Listening to Music with Craig Wright

This course fosters the development of aural skills that lead to an underst
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This course fosters the development of aural skills that lead to an understanding of Western music. The musical novice is introduced to the ways in which music is put together and is taught how to listen to a wide variety of musical styles, from Bach and Mozart, to Gregorian chant, to the blues.

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Chapter 1: Listening to Music with Craig Wright

  • Lesson 1
    1. Introduction
    49:41
  • Lesson 2
    Lecture 2. Introduction to …
    46:51
  • Lesson 3
    Lecture 3. Rhythm: Fundamen…
    48:58
  • Lesson 4
    Lecture 4. Rhythm: Jazz, Po…
    51:25
  • Lesson 5
    Lecture 5. Melody: Notes, S…
    48:35
  • Lesson 6
    Lecture 6. Melody: Mozart a…
    47:52
  • Lesson 7
    Lecture 7. Harmony: Chords …
    50:14
  • Lesson 8
    Lecture 8. Bass Patterns: B…
    48:03
  • Lesson 9
    Lecture 9. Sonata-Allegro F…
    49:20
  • Lesson 10
    Lecture 10. Sonata-Allegro …
    52:56
  • Lesson 11
    Lecture 11. Form: Rondo, So…
    49:47
  • Lesson 12
    Lecture 12. Guest Conductor…
    49:37
  • Lesson 13
    Lecture 13. Fugue: Bach, Bi…
    49:58
  • Lesson 14
    Lecture 14. Ostinato Form i…
    50:05
  • Lesson 15
    Lecture 15. Gregorian Chant…
    50:01
  • Lesson 16
    Lecture 16. Baroque Music: …
    48:38
  • Lesson 17
    Lecture 17. Mozart and His …
    51:39
  • Lesson 18
    Lecture 18. Piano Music of …
    49:57
  • Lesson 19
    Lecture 19. Romantic Opera:…
    52:41
  • Lesson 20
    Lecture 20. The Colossal Sy…
    51:54
  • Lesson 21
    Lecture 21. Musical Impress…
    52:03
  • Lesson 22
    Lecture 22. Modernism and M…
    49:25
  • Lesson 23
    Lecture 23. Review of Music…
    47:10

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