Salzburg's musical landscape, rich in music history and influence, provides the backdrop for this independent study. Students will develop their ability to engage critically with diverse ideas about the relationship between music and its cultural context. Students are encouraged to draw on the extraordinary music resources available in Salzburg (Mozart Archives, International Foundation Mozarteum, Landestheater, Marionetteentheater, Library of the Mozarteum, Film Museum, etc.) The student's special interest will shape his/her research and assignments, presentations, discussion, concert visits and independent research. It is intended as an exercise in combining the study of music history and theory with personal observations and experience.
Terms Typically Offered: Summer
Textbook information will be available online for each term's courses 45 days prior to the first day of classes
for the term.
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