Classes in World Music and Dance at UI

Unless otherwise indicated, ensembles and group classes are open to students in all branches of the University; they are not reserved for students in the School of Music. Priority is given to registered students; others affiliated with the University are welcome to join classes where the maximum enrollment has not been filled with registered students. Undergraduates should register for Music 252, graduates for Music 450. If registration is full, students should contact the Center to see whether they can be accommodated.

BALINESE GAMELAN

Description: 

GAMELAN KEBYAR – Instructor: I Ketut Gede Asnawa
Music from the Indonesian island of Bali. A gamelan is an orchestra consisting mainly of keyed metallophones, gongs, and drums. One credit hour. 0300 Music Bldg.
 
Limit: 35 participants total.

Music 252 Section S5              CRN 46661                MW 4:30-5:50 PM          0300 MB
Music 450 Section S5              CRN 42520                MW 4:30-5:50 PM          0300 MB
 

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Semester Offered: 
Spring 2019

CLASSES OFFERED THROUGH THE SCHOOL OF MUSIC

Description: 

These courses are offered for one credit-hour each. Instructor’s permission is required.

BALKANALIA
Instructor: Donna Buchanan
Music of the Balkans, Turkey, and the Near East.
 
Music 252 Section S                CRN 36398                Tu 6:30-9:20 pm          0061 MB
Music 450 Section S                CRN 36636                Tu 6:30-9:20 pm          0061 MB

BRAZILIAN ARMORIAL ENSEMBLE
Instructor: Michael Silvers
Music of Northeastern Brazil.
 
Music 252 Section S3                CRN 36396                Thurs 5:30-7:30 pm          0359 MB
Music 450 Section S3                CRN 47133                Thurs 5:30-7:30 pm          0359 MB

Semester Offered: 
Spring 2019

CLASSES OFFERED THROUGH THE DEPARTMENT OF DANCE

Description: 

DANC 310
World Dance Forms

Credit: 1 hours
Provides students with the physical study of various world dance forms. Topics reflect specializations of faculty, such as Capoiera, African dance, Balinese dance, and Chinese forms. Prerequisite: Major standing in Dance or consent of instructor. May be repeated in the same term to a maximum of 2 hours. May be repeated in separate terms to a maximum of 8 hours.
 
 
 

Semester Offered: 
Not currently offered