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MUSIC 144N: Reading Recorded Performances: From Data to Interpretation (MUSIC 244N)

How might one study and interpret recorded performances as ¿texts¿? We will explore the intersections of performance and musicology through guided weekly writing assignments, considering ¿data¿ about recorded performances as heard and physically felt (tempo, articulation, dynamics, gestures, implied technique...) along with culture, history, compositional analysis, performers¿ biographies, lived experiences, and creative personalities. Students will select and interpret recorded performances/works within the Western classical tradition to shape a final lecture-recital performance. Class examples come chiefly from piano repertory; however, other instrumentalists and vocalists may tailor final projects accordingly. Prerequisites: Intermediate to advanced performance ability, Music 22 (suggested).
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