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MUSI 301.3 - Music and Popular Culture (History of Heavy Metal) - Winter 2013

Survey and specific examination of popular music and culture, ranging from classical styles to rock, within an historical and sociological context. The course will examine the meaning and messages of popular music, and its impact on present-day culture. Topics may include The Beatles and Rolling Stones, Rock and Roll, Black Music, jazz, music and media, blues, Sinatra, Broadway and others.
This course may be repeated for credit.

Hours

  • H(3-0)

Notes

  • Minors in Music may count no more than 1.0 full-course equivalent of Music 201, 301, 305 and 401 (Music History and Literature 209, 309, 311 and 307) for credit to their degree. Music majors may count no more than 1.0 full-course equivalent of Music 201, 301, 305 and 401 (Music History and Literature 209, 309, 311 and 307) as Open Options toward their degree. Also known as: (formerly Music History and Literature 309)

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