MusicMUSC 203B Performance Practice in the Renaissance

A study of performance practices in Renaissance music, including concepts of mode, musica ficta, ornamentation, text underlay, tempo, and articulation. Basic principles of white notation and a brief history of instruments. Transcription, editing, and performance of a Renaissance work. Offered on a rotational basis with other courses in the 203 series.

Credits

5

Quarter offered

Spring

Instructor

Leta Miller, Nina Treadwell