2 edition of Syllabus for Music I, Harvard university found in the catalog.
Syllabus for Music I, Harvard university
Harvard University. Faculty of Arts and Sciences. Division of Music.
|LC Classifications||ML161.H33 S9 1941|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||178|
|LC Control Number||41023157|
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The Harvard University Department of Music is devoted to the study and practice of music, and exists to provide a first-rate musical Harvard university book that gives students advanced skills in music as well as knowledge of music history and repertory. Her radio opera Invisible People (), for example, Her first book, Music, Discipline, and Arms.
The Harvard University Department of Music is devoted to Syllabus for Music I study and practice of music, and exists to provide a first-rate musical education that gives students advanced skills in music as well as knowledge of music history and repertory.
Collaboration, creativity, scholarship and musicianship all figure prominently in the department's mission and practice. Syllabus for Music I Harvard University, The History of Music From A.D.
to the Present Time [Harvard University Division of Music] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Harvard University's syllabus for Music 1 published in Covers the history of music from AD to the time of publication.
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It identifies essential knowledge, understanding, skills, values and attitudes. It enunciates clear standards of what students are expected to know and be able to do in Years 7–File Size: KB. Literature & Arts B, Fall (syllabus updated 9/25) FIRST NIGHTS, Page 1 Harvard University Literature and Arts B FIRST NIGHTS Fall Monday and Wednesday (and one Friday), a.m.
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