Music 1: Prehistory to Romanticism


Teachers: Sarah Mitchell -- smitchell@innovationcharter.org | Andrew Frankhouse -- afrankhouse@innovationcharter.org
Extra Help: 3:00-4:00 Fridays -- Room 150


Course Overview

Music 1: Prehistory to Romanticism is designed to introduce students to the history of Western music, beginning with Classical Greece and progressing through the Common Practice Period.  In addition to exposing students to a wide variety of musical styles and traditions, this course seeks to equip students with the vocabulary and tools to approach this (and all) music in an objective, academic manner.  Students in this course will observe and reflect on stylistic change over time, listen to and analyze musical works in detail, and explore the diversity, history, and context of “classical music”.

Music 1: Prehistory to Romanticism Student Document Collection

Students taking this course will find class documents (syllabus, assignments, handouts, etc.) in the Google Drive collection below.

Music 1: Prehistory to Romanticism Student Collection



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