Music 1253 Medieval Music through the Early Baroque Period

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Dr. Gordon J. Callon
Office: Denton Hall, Room 168

Telephone: 585-1420

E-Mail: gordon.callon @

Class e-mail list:

Meeting Times, Autumn or Winter Term: Arranged with individual students.

Course Times: Monday/Wednesday/Friday, 9:30–10:30 (Slot 2), Autumn Term

Online Worksheets (Autumn 2006)
Selected Student WWW Projects, 2003 & 2005

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online Worksheets
Notes concerning Worksheets:
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  WWW Project:  25%
  Worksheets, assignments, & Quizzes:   40%
  Final Examination:  35%

The final examination is scheduled by the Registrar's Office.

Because there are class Quizzes, there is no mid-term as such.

Attendance is not formally recorded; however, students are responsible for all material covered in class, and if absent are assumed by the professor to be acquiring the knowledge and skills elsewhere. Absent students will not receive assistance from the professor to make up for their absence. Attendance at all quizzes and examinations is required.

Use of Technology:

In Music 1253 students will need to use online Internet resources for the following:
  1. To access information concerning Music History on the Internet. This is best accomplished by using links available as part of the Acadia Early Music Resources site.
  2. Extensive use will be made of online Music reference resources, especially Grove Music Online, RILM Abstracts of Music Literature access via Library [click on "R", then scroll down], and Iter access via Library [click on "I", then scroll down].
  3. To complete and set up their WWW Projects.
  4. Possibly to submit Worksheets. Note that these may be printed and handed in on paper (perhaps more secure).
  5. In addition, some musical scores useful for Music 1253 are available online. Access to these is available at: Acadia Early Music Archive   [FTP Directory]   [Facsimile Archive]; and Online Scores for Study and Analysis [Scores in Sibelius format & GIF files.]

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Conditions of Use

Online Scores for Study and Analysis and the Acadia Early Music Archive

11. [Sample citation:] John Zakour, Jeff Foust, and David Kerven, HTML 4 How-To: The Definitive HTML 4 Problem-Solver (Corte Madera, CA: Waite Group Press, 1997), pp. 123–124.
See also, Short Titles.
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Last updated: 30 June 2007.
Copyright © 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, & 2007 by Gordon J. Callon. All rights reserved.

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