MUL 2010

Enjoyment of Music

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3.7Good Class
5Very Easy
4Interesting
2Barely Useful

Prof: Joe Gannaro / Fall 2020

Dec 21, 2020

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The class didn’t even have lectures, but it had listening journals and a quiz covering several chapters every two weeks. The professor was very nice, and would send weekly emails clarifying what was due for the week. It’s kind of interesting, and an easy GEP credit.

Advice

Quizzes are open note, so take notes. Also listen to the selections before the listening journal is due. Lastly, the e-textbook’s gets really slow when everyone is doing homework at 11:59 the Sunday it’s due, do it before then

Grade: BAttendance: Non-MandatoryTextbook Use: Yes
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3.7Good Class
5Very Easy
4Interesting
2Barely Useful

Prof: Joe Gennaro / Fall 2020

Dec 20, 2020

Comments on the course

I took this course online, it was easy yet interesting. We covered Western music from the Dark Ages to Romantic composers like Tchaikovsky and Strauss. There are six listening journals and seven assessments, both due roughly every two weeks.

Grade: AAttendance: Non-MandatoryTextbook Use: Yes
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3.3OK Class
5Very Easy
4Interesting
1Useless

Prof: Benjamin Sawyer / Fall 2020

Dec 21, 2020

Comments on the course

The class didn’t even have lectures, but it had listening journals and a quiz covering several chapters every two weeks. The professor was very nice, and would send weekly emails clarifying what was due for the week. It’s kind of interesting, and an easy GEP credit.

Advice

Quizzes are open note, so take notes. Also listen to the selections before the listening journal is due. Lastly, the e-textbook’s gets really slow when everyone is doing homework at 11:59 the Sunday it’s due, do it before then.

Grade: BAttendance: Non-MandatoryTextbook Use: Yes

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