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Musicology @ UT

Musicology at UT

Historical Musicology & Ethnomusicology

The Musicology area of the School of Music encourages students to approach music as a culturally expressive form, engage with the musical richness of our world, and develop their own musical identities within an increasingly interconnected globe. Courses variously emphasize music cultures and repertories, theory and methodology, and analytical techniques. Our programs also create a framework for students to pursue performance experiences as a means to understand music as part of culturally- and historically-situated forms. Further, we encourage students to participate in interdisciplinary activities and collaboration. The Musicology area also provides opportunities for personal mentoring and flexible curricula that can be tailored to suit individual interests. Graduates of our programs are prepared to enter careers in music and related fields, pursue further graduate studies, lead enriched musical lives, and understand music's social roles and expressive significance.

For more information....

For more information on Musicology at the University of Tennessee, contact Dr. Rachel Golden, Coordinator of Musicology,, School of Music, University of Tennessee, 117 Natalie L. Haslam Music Center, 1741 Volunteer Blvd., Knoxville, Tennessee 37996-2600.


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