Music, Sound and Environment
0.5 Credit

Hours per week:
  • Lecture/Discussion: 3

An exploration of music and sound in relation to natural and human environments and environmental issues. Students will gain insight into the historical and contemporary ways music engages and defines nature, and develop an analytical approach to understanding and managing sonic environments. Topics may include the pastoral, place-based music, music and environmental activism, preservation of soundscapes, noise pollution, and sounds of transformation/devastation.(Cross-listed as MU310.)

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