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Music History deals with music from different places and periods like classical music and ethnic music, music by African Americans, Latin Americans, and Asian Americans. This course offers a study on the historical musicology of orchestral and chamber music as well as music from the medieval, renaissance, baroque, and romantic periods.. This study will provide the right knowledge and understanding of how the history and evolution of music have influenced today's modern music.

Exploring music from different periods will help students and musicians attain a much deeper emotion and understanding of music. It will help them improve their knowledge and make a significant contribution to their musical vocabulary. Although modern artists may feel that it is unnecessary to go back and recap the periods of music to play good music, some may disagree. This is because of the great downfall of music in the 21st century. In fact, the greatest music of all time was most probably composed between the 16th century and 20th century.

During these four years, a large number of musicians who were geniuses and masters of art appeared. They took music to its highest potential and made the evolution of music extraordinary. However, it appears that most artists now place more emphasis on the lyrical aspect rather than the musical aspect of a piece of music. Still, there are many musical geniuses all over the world right, but the issue is not about how great they are, but how the world has lost sight of their talent. This is the great downfall of music in the 21st century.


Study levels:

The Music History course is offered under several degrees such as:

Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Bachelor of Music (B.Mus)
Diploma in Music
Master of Arts (MA)
Master of Music (M.Mus)
Postgraduate Diploma in Music (PGDip)
Doctor of Musical Arts (Ph.D.)


The modules of this course include musical training for instrument and voice, as well as playing music in a group setting such as a band, choir, or orchestra. Foreign language lessons, primarily in French or German, are an unexpected component of this course. The modules will prepare the students to conduct research on historical musical instruments, music genres, musicians' lives, and musical movements.

Students planning to pursue this course will require focus, precise attention, curiosity, independence, time management, and research work. They will have a good advantage if they are familiar with music theory, critical analysis, teaching, and writing.

Some of the specialization subjects in this course are:

Throwing Caps


Aleatory Music
Choral Music
Classical And Romantic Music
Classical Music
Compositional Techniques
Evolution Of Production
Film Music
Folk Music

Foundations Of Tonal Harmony
History Of Western Music
Jazz Studies
Modernism And Twentieth Century
Music Of The World
Opera Music



Music historians will be indulged in the aesthetics, cultural, social, and political contexts of musical diversity. They deal with the issues of production and reception of well-known music.

Music history and Art history are closely related to each other as there have been numerous ideas and movements that express similar concepts throughout history.


    The career options of Music History graduates are:

    Art and Music Journalism
    Sound Archives
    Heritage Management


    Music Librarian
    Music Historian
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