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Hybrid History Resources

Hybrid History Resources

This supplementary page is for the HYBRID (on-line) Music History 8B class

Thank you for taking Music History 8B. This is a hybrid on-line class. Everyone must participate by signing in to the class CANVAS shell at least once per week and completing all assignments and quizzes: 

*Video study links for the March 27 Listening Midterm:

1.)                    A.) Cruda Amarilli (Claudio Monteverdi)

2.)                    B.) L’Euridice (Jacopo Peri)

3.)                    C.) Amarilli mia bella (Giulio Caccini)

4.)                    D.) Lasciatemi Qui Solo (Francesca Caccini)

5.)                    E.) Lagrime mie (Barbara Strozzi)

6.)                    F.) O Quam tu pulchra est (Alessandro Grandi)

7.)                    G.) Saul, was verfolgst du mich? (Heinrich Schütz)

8.)                    H.) Kaddish (Salamone Rossi)

9.)                    I.) Ricercare (Girolamo Frescobaldi)

10.)                  J.) Sonata per violino e cornetto (Biagio Marini)

11.)                  K.) Overture to Armide (Jean-Baptiste Lully)

12.)                  L.) Te Deum (Marc-Antoine Charpentier)

13.)                  M.) Pavane ou Tombeau de Mr Raquette (Denis Gaultier)

14.)                  N.) Prélude (Elizabeth-Claude de la Guerre)

15.)                  O.) Dido and Aeneas, When I am Laid (Henry Purcell)

16.)                  P.) La púrpura de la rosa (Tomás de Torrejón y Velasco)

17.)                  Q.) O cessate di piagarmi (Alessandro Scarlatti)

18.)                  R.) Trio Sonata, Op. 3, No. 2: III (Arcangelo Corelli)

19.)                  S.) Concerto for Four Violins (Giuseppe Torelli)

20.)                  T.) Praeludiumin E Major (Dietrich Buxtehude)

*Video study links for the May. 22 Listening Final: (coming soon)

*Memorize the first minute of each. (Some of the videos are long- you don’t have to listen to more than the first minute). The names of the composers and pieces are printed on the matching test, so all you have to know is the music. Since much of it is unaccompanied singing, you will need to study carefully to tell them apart. Naturally, I will scramble the order.

*For those unable to attend the test on Wednesday, March 27, at 2PM in G-189; there will be an online alternative posted in CANVAS the week of March 24.

Please let me know how you are doing in the course and how I can help you keep up with the discussion and quiz assignments.

Thanks again for taking Music 8B!

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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