Undergraduate Catalog 2017-2018
MUS 405 Literature and Music
(Also ENL 405)
4 hours; 4 credits
This course places two art forms, literature and music, in dialogue with each other. The specific focus will be advertised each time the course is taught. Examples include: musical theater and Shakespeare; jazz and Langston Hughes; Early Modern poetry and Bob Dylan. The general aims of the course are to enlarge students’ understanding and appreciation of different but related art forms, and to engage students in a cross-disciplinary dialogue about them.
Prerequisites: Any 200-level ENH course or ENL 290 or Music Majors with juinor or senior standing
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