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Class #15868 Through Pierce College – History and Development of the Classical Music Tradition Mondays 1pm-3pm Starting February 7, 2022

The class covers a curated encyclical compendium through the history of Western European music, from its origins in the Medieval period, through the Renaissance, Baroque, Classical, Romantic and Modern style periods. Weekly lectures will explore specifically selected examples from the repertoire 
*This class will be offered virtually via Zoom

Class #10863 Through Pierce College – History and Development of American Popular Music – Part 2 Wednesdays 2pm-4pm Starting February 9, 2022

The class covers a curated encyclical compendium tracing the history of American popular music from its origins in regional folk songs and dances through the emergence of Ragtime, the Blues, Jazz, and Rock & Roll music. Weekly lectures will explore specifically selected examples from the repertoire 
*This class will be offered virtually via Zoom

Class #22403 Through Pierce College – Music and Your Health – A Lifestyle Choice Thursdays 11am-1pm Starting February 10, 2022

This course examines the ways that music can contribute to a healthier lifestyle. Research in the field of Geriatrics and Medicine have found that music can play an important role in treating a variety of ailments associated with aging, dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, and other neurological disorders. This class will explore some of these pathways using listening exercises and musical procedures that can contribute to a healthier, happier lifestyle. Weekly lectures will explore specifically selected topics. Co-taught by James Domine and Dr. Sandra Tinto-Singer.
*This class will be offered virtually via Zoom

Class #22405 Through Pierce College – Music and the Theater Fridays 10:30am-12:30pm Starting February 11, 2022

From earliest times the power of music to convey emotions has been an integral part of theatrical and dramatic works. This class will explore some of the many ways that music has been employed in a wide spectrum of stage and other presentations from the passion plays and miracle shows of Medieval times to contemporary video games and online digital platforms. Musical forms such as opera, incidental music, movie scores, television themes and commercial advertising are some of the genres that will be discussed. Lectures will include examples from the repertoire.
*This class will be offered virtually via Zoom

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