- Bachelor of Music (BM)
The study of musicology draws on historical investigation and various methods of criticism and analysis in the thoughtful consideration of music as both a liberal and a performance art. Coursework includes exploration and analysis of western and world music, coupled with guest lectures, demonstrations, concerts, and workshops.
Oberlin sponsors approximately 500 concerts on campus each year, including recitals and concerts by the more than 25 student ensembles. From jazz to contemporary guitar, classical to popular, computer-generated to acoustic, and from time-tested compositions to newer works, the college and conservatory present performances to satisfy any musical interest.
- MHST 101 - Introduction to the History and Literature of Music 4 credits
- MHST 245 - Music in the Classic Era 4 credits
- MHST 301 - Introduction to Music Research and Writing 4 credits
- Associate Professor of Historical Performance
- Associate Professor of Ethnomusicology and Anthropology
- Professor of Musicology
- Assistant Professor of Ethnomusicology
- Frederick R. Selch Associate Professor of Musicology
- Andrew B. Meldrum Professor of Musicology