Hybrid History Resources

Hybrid History Resources

This supplementary page is for the HYBRID (on-line) Music History 8C class only. The main class page will be announced soon (our campus is switching from MOODLE to CANVAS).

Thank you for taking Music History 8C. This is a hybrid on-line class. Everyone must participate by signing in to the class shell at least once per week: (Class URL will be posted as soon as it is announced).

Live Listening Final: Wed., Dec. 13, 2PM in Room G-189 at Laney College

Final Listening Links (memorize the first minute of):

  1. A.) Tristan und Isolde (Richard Wagner)
  2. B.) La Traviata (Giuseppe Verdi)
  3. C.) Turandot (Giacamo Puccini)
  4. D.) Carmen (Georges Bizet)
  5. E.) Piano Concerto No. 1 (Tchaikovsky)
  6. F.) Polovtsian Dances (Alexander Borodin)
  7. G.) Boris Godunov (Modest Mussorgsky)
  8. H.) Sheherezade (Rimsky-Korsakov)
  9. I.) Symphony No. 4, Mvt. IV (Johannes Brahms)
  10. J.) Intermezzo, Op. 119, No.1 (Johannes Brahms)
  11. K.) Mazeppa (Franz Liszt)
  12. L.) Symphony No. 9, Mvt. 2 (Antonin Dvorak)
  13. M.) Chorale in A Minor (César Franck)
  14. N.) Danse Macabre (Camille Saint-Saëns)
  15. O.) Requiem (Gabriel Fauré)
  16. P.) Locus iste (Anton Bruckner)
  17. Q.) Don Quixote (Richard Strauss)
  18. R.) Piano Concerto (Edvard Grieg)
  19. S.) Enigma Variations (Sir Edward Elgar)
  20. T.) Gaelic Symphony (Amy Beach)

Other Resources:

Text: A History of Western Music. Peter Burkholder (2014)

Youtube Videos in Historical Categories (work in progress)

Western Music in Context (series of six books by W.W. Norton & Co.)

Source Readings in Music History. Oliver Strunk/Leo Treitler (1998)

Women Composers

Composers of African Descent

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