Extensive study of the formal structure of representative musical compositions from the Classical Viennese Period.
Most topics will be accompanied by Lecture notes including score fragments, articles and concise summaries of the subjects presented. It is recommended that all these notes be printed and collected in a binder to serve as review materials.
There will be six assignments, required listening, and a final project concerned with large scale works. Presentations in class of works that you are performing yourself or in which you are interested will receive extra credit. A greater emphasis (50%) will be given to the final project.The grading system is as follows:
Weight toward the final grade 6 assignments, 100 points each 50% Final paper, 50%
98-100 A+ 93-97 A 90-92 A- 88-90 B+ 83-87 B 80-82 B- 78-80 C+ 73-77 C 70-72 C- 68-70 D+ 63-67 D 60-82 D- 0-60 F
A student may be absent without excuse three times throughout the semester. For each absence more than three, your final grade will be reduced 0.5%. Homework will not be accepted if turned in late due to an unexcused absence. Excused absences include professional obligations, religious observances, and mandatory athletic or organizational events Other excused absences include documented illnesses and personal or family emergencies as describedby the Office of the Dean of Students: http://studentcode.illinois.edu/article1_part5_1-501.html
Please read carefully:
According to Article 1, Part IV, section 402 of the University of Illinois Student Code, plagiarism is defined as representing the words or ideas of another as one's own in any academic endeavor. This includes copying another student's paper or working with another person when both submit similar papers without authorization to satisfy an individual assignment. This constitutes an infraction of academic integrity that may result in a variety of penalties as well as a permanent record of the infraction being placed in your student file (see http://admin.illinois.edu/policy/code/article1_part4_1-403.html [ms6.express.cites.illinois.edu]).
Please follow this link and read carefully: emergency procedures
If you have a disability that requires special testing accommodations or other classroom modifications,you should notify meand the Division of Disability Resources and Educational Services (DRES) no later than the 2nd week of the term. You may be asked to provide documentation of your disability to determine the appropriateness of accommodations. To notify DRES, call 217.333.4603 (Voice or TTY) or send them an email at email@example.com. Their Office is located at 1207 S. Oak St. in Champaign.