Adam Robertson

ATS Assistant Lecturer, Faculty of Arts - Music Dept

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ATS Assistant Lecturer, Faculty of Arts - Music Dept
Email
abrobert@ualberta.ca

Courses

MUSIC 103 - Introduction to Popular Music

A survey of popular music's development as a category of musical and cultural practice, an industry and an object of study, during the twentieth century.


MUSIC 140A - Choral Ensemble

Concert Choir or Madrigal Singers. Prerequisite: consent of Department, based on audition.


MUSIC 140B - Choral Ensemble

Concert Choir or Madrigal Singers. Prerequisite: consent of Department, based on audition.


MUSIC 251A - Aural and Keyboard Skills II

A continuation of MUSIC 151. Prerequisite: MUSIC 151. Corequisite: MUSIC 255 or 256 or consent of Department.


MUSIC 251B - Aural and Keyboard Skills II

A continuation of MUSIC 151. Prerequisite: MUSIC 151. Corequisite: MUSIC 255 or 256 or consent of Department.


MUSIC 255 - Music Theory III

Elementary contrapuntal writing; analysis of Baroque and Classical Music. Prerequisites: MUSIC 150 or 155 and 156.


MUSIC 256 - Music Theory IV

Advanced analysis, study of works from the late Classical and Romantic repertoire. Prerequisite: MUSIC 255.


MUSIC 417 - Choral Conducting and Pedagogy

Prerequisite: MUSIC 315.


MUSIC 440A - Choral Ensemble

Concert Choir or Madrigal Singers. Prerequisite: consent of Department, based on audition.


MUSIC 440B - Choral Ensemble

Concert Choir or Madrigal Singers. Prerequisite: consent of Department, based on audition.


MUSIC 640A - Choral Ensemble

Concert Choir or Madrigal Singers. Prerequisite: consent of Department, based upon audition.


MUSIC 640B - Choral Ensemble

Concert Choir or Madrigal Singers. Prerequisite: consent of Department, based upon audition.


MUSIC 740A - Choral Ensemble

Concert Choir or Madrigal Singers. Prerequisite: consent of Department based upon audition. Restricted to Doctor of Music students.


MUSIC 740B - Choral Ensemble

Concert Choir or Madrigal Singers. Prerequisite: consent of Department based upon audition. Restricted to Doctor of Music students.


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