|Sixteenth-Century Vocal Counterpoint | Course Description|
|Baroque Counterpoint | Course Description|
|Sample Examination, April 2008 (useful as check list):|
Consultation may asist to determine whether there are additional projects that each student may complete in order to supplement the independent work on each topic. Another purpose is to determine what sources and resources each student should be consulting and studying to supplement the work in each project. These consultations are generally very useful.
It is helpful if each student presents written material as part of each weekly consultation.
Material submitted electronically (on diskette, by e-mail as attachments, or by other means) may be in various formats (such as HTML, RTF, PDF, EPS, etc.). (Due to danger of Word macro viruses, Microsoft Word for Windows format is not accepted.)
Papers must contain adequate documentation (footnotes), and must have an adequate bibliography. A paper drawn only from principal dictionaries and encyclopedias is not adequate. The research in a paper must show evidence of a familiarity with various types of sources and resources (as discussed during the course).
Submissions in music notation must use proper notation suitable to the project. Notation must be of professional quality. Computer produced notation is preferred (though not required).
Students are encouraged to set up their final reports as WWW sites.
For these, students should supply the URL of their site.
The Final Examination is at the end of each term. The Final Examination is a take-home examination, due the last day of the examinations period, as determined by the Registrar's Office.
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