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Dr. Russell Murray
The School of Music offers a Bachelor of Music degree with
a major in Music History and Literature. The degree shares its core
requirements with our Music Theory degree, and students are encouraged
to take advanced courses in theory as well. The degree provides a
rigorous core of courses in the history and literature of Western music
and offers opportunities for deeper study in related fields such as
literature, anthropology, philosophy and history. The degree culminates
with an extended senior thesis under the mentorship of one of our
musicology faculty. The Bachelor of Music in Music History and
Literature is aimed primarily at students who are preparing to attend
graduate school in musicology, although it might be of interest to
students who are planning a career in a non-teaching, non-performing
area of music such as ensemble management and representation,
information sciences or educational media.
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Students in other music degree programs who have a strong
interest in Music History are encouraged to explore opportunities to
take advanced courses in the field or to engage in undergraduate
research under the guidance of our musicology faculty. Opportunities are
available for supported summer research and independent study during
the regular school year. We also provide the opportunity for all
students to explore the music of the past in our Early Music Ensembles,
which give students a chance to perform music of the Middle Ages,
Renaissance and Baroque Era, making use of the school's extensive
collection of period instruments.
Sarah England Baab
Russell E. Murray, Jr.