Welcome to the COMPLETE HISTORY OF MUSIC, COMPLETE! Parts 1, 2, and 3!
This class is for anyone who has wondered about the origins of music, how it came to be, and where it came from.
If you've ever looked at a medieval instrument, and wondered how it was played, this course is for you. If you've ever watched an episode of Game of Thrones and wondered about the music, this class is for you. If you've ever wanted to learn how they come up with music for video games like Skyrim, Zelda (any of them), or anything else set in a medieval-esque world, this class is for you.
- Music of Antiquity
- "Early" Music
- Music of Mesopotamia
- Early music instruments: Harps and Lyres
- The origins of music notation
- Music in Ancient Greek culture
- Music in Greek philosophy
- Music in the early Christian church
- Gregorian Chant
- Sacred and Secular music
- The Guidoian Hand
- Poetry in Music of the Midevail perioud
- Hildegard Von Bingen
- Goliard Songs
- MotetsPolitics of the world during the renaissance
- Europe during the renaissance
- Musical training
- The music of Jusquin Desprez
- The age of the castrato
- New compositional techniques in the renaissance
- New tuning systems in the renaissance
- The dawn of printed music
- The music of John Dunstable
- The polyphonic mass
- The music of DuFay
- The music of Busnoy
- The Mass in the renaissance
- The music of Ockeghem
- The reformation's effects on music
- Music in the Lutheran church
- Music in the Calvinist church
- Music in the Church of England
- Catholic music after the reformation
- Jewish music
- The amateur musician
- The development of song in Spain, Italy, France, Germany, and England
- The Italian madrigal
- Instruments of the renaissance
- Dance Music
- Politics of the world during the Baroque
- The Affections
- Harmony, Notation, and Ornamentation
- Early Opera
- The Diva
- Music in the Catholic Church
- Music in the Lutheran Church
- Jewish Music
- Instrumental Types of Music
- The Toccata
- The Sonata
- The Dance Suite
- French Opera
- English Opera
- Baroque Music in Spain
- The Zarzuela
- Da Capo Aria
- The Concerto
- Organ Music
- And much, much more!
Dr. Allen is a university music professor, and is a top-rated Udemy instructor. In 2017 Star Tribune Business featured him as a "Mover and a Shaker," and he is recognized by the Grammy Foundation for his music education classes.
While a lot of history courses focus on memorization, this is a course for those interested in immersing themselves in the music and culture. You won't find lists of dates to memorize here - this class is designed to be fun and enjoyable.
This is a multiple-course series, in contains all of the content as the individual courses.
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Students who register for this course will receive ongoing exclusive content and discounts to all future classes in the series.
- Students should be enthusiastic about music, but do not need to be producers or musicians. No prior experience is needed, and students do not need to be able to read music or have any special software.