Teaching Sonata Form

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One of the perennial challenges in almost any music appreciation course is teaching the concept of sonata form. How can we best present this idea in the classroom, and more importantly, how can we help students actually hear its application across a wide range of different kinds of music? This session will consider various possible approaches to teaching sonata form in a way that makes it more tangible and accessible to today’s students.

One of the perennial challenges in almost any music appreciation course is teaching the concept of sonata form. How can we best present this idea in the classroom, and more importantly, how can we help students actually hear its application across a wide range of different kinds of music? This session will consider various possible approaches to teaching sonata form in a way that makes it more tangible and accessible to today’s students.

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Speakers

Prof. Mark Evan Bonds, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill