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Smith, Jeremy L Professor

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Research

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  • Jeremy Smith's research specialty is music history of the Renaissance era in England and the continent, with secondary interests in interdisciplinary studies, especially English portraiture and poetry, and progressive rock.

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  • English renaissance music, English portraiture, poetry, and progressive rock

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Teaching

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  • MUEL 1832 - Appreciation of Music
    Primary Instructor - Summer 2018 / Spring 2019 / Summer 2019
    Introduces music, including the fundamental elements of music, the history of the Western tradition and its composers, the development of American popular music and aspects of World Music.
  • MUSC 3802 - History of Western Music 1
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2018
    Surveys Western art music with stylistic analysis of representative works from all major periods through the Baroque. See also MUSC 3812.
  • MUSC 4202 - Special Topic in Musicology: Current and Critical Issues
    Primary Instructor - Spring 2018
    Examination of a specific topic of current or critical interest within areas of music history, ethnomusicology, critical theoryand practice across the spectrum of Western, Popular and World Music traditions. Designed as a capstone course for music majors who have completed a full complement of musicology courses. Topics vary from term to term. Instructor consent is required for non-music majors.
  • MUSC 5712 - Renaissance Music
    Primary Instructor - Spring 2018 / Fall 2018
    Provides a repertory and analysis of polyphonic music, 1400-1600. Same as MUSC 4712.
  • MUSC 5832 - Studies in American Music
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2019
    Offers intensified work in folk, popular, and art music of the United States.
  • MUSC 6822 - Advanced Studies in Musicology
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2019
    Intensive study of a specialized topic in musicology. Students will be guided in critical reading, historical or ethnographic issues, analysis, oral presentations, and independent research. May be repeated up to 6 total credit hours.

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