Institute for Popular Music

Courses

Though the Institute for Popular Music does not confer degrees, many of the classes it crosslists can be taken to fulfill the requirements of the bachelor of arts with a concentration in music, especially but not limited to the pop music/jazz track, offered through the College Department of Music, as well as to fulfill elective credits throughout the College and Eastman School.

Classes listed below can also be taken to help fulfill requirements for clusters such as Popular Music, Music and Society, The Listener's Experience, and Music, Culture and Understanding.

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MUR 122 HISTORY OF JAZZ
MUR 122B HISTORY OF JAZZ II
MUR 123 MUSIC OF BLACK AMERICANS
MUR 124 SIGNED SEALED & DELIVERED: Deals & Innovations that Changed the Music Industry Forever
MUR 125 HISTORY OF ROCK MUSIC
MUR 127 THE BLUES
MUR 129 THE ROLLING STONES and BRITISH BLUES-ROCK
MUR 130 THE BEATLES, BRITISH INVASION, PSYCHEDELIA
MUR 131 ROCK MUSIC IN THE 1970'S
MUR 132 STARMAKERS: INSIDE THE PUBLICITY MACHINE
MUR 133 MUSICAL THEATER WORKSHOP
MUR 135A AMERICAN MUSICAL THEATER
MUR 135B SONDHEIM AND THE MODERN MUSICAL THEATER
MUR 140 RELIGION & HIP HOP CULTURE
MUR 141 INTRO TO AUDIO MUSIC & ENGIN
MUR 145 HIGH VOLTAGE: HEAVY METAL MUSIC AND ITS HISTORY
MUR 157 JAZZ ENSEMBLE
MUR 157A JAZZ COMBO
MUR 158 GOSPEL CHOIR
MUR 180 ROCK REPERTORY ENSEMBLE
MUR 191 ART AND TECH OF RECORDING
MUR 192 LISTENING AND AUDIO PROD
MUR 193 SOUND DESIGN
MUR 201 BASIC JAZZ THEORY & IMPROVISATION I
MUR 202 JAZZ THEORY & IMPROVISATION II
MUR 214B TOPICS IN MUSIC THEORY: ANALYSIS OF POPULAR MUSIC
MUR 233 ADVANCED MUSICAL THEATER WORKSHOP
MUR 234 MUSIC ANALYSIS: THE BEATLES
MUR 235 PROGRESSIVE ROCK IN THE 1970S
MUR 434 MUSIC ANALYSIS: THE BEATLES
MUR 435 PROGRESSIVE ROCK IN THE 70S