Jocelyn Ho

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MUSC 15
Art of Listening See Full Profile

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For an introductory music class, Professor Ho covers A LOT of music-theoretical knowledge so if you hate music theory, you would utterly hate this class. The material is incredibly dry and lectures are all pre-recorded except for 5 live sections that you MUST attend. Discussion sections are mandatory because participation factors into your final grade.

You need to write a weekly summary about what you learned, so that's 10 total summaries. There are also 2 listening assignment projects that you have to pair up to do with someone in your discussion section and there's a final music research paper to write.

Coming in with musical knowledge definitely worked to my advantage as there's a huge jargon with aspects of music for analysis and honestly 10/10 would NOT take it again. Professor Ho's lectures are unengaging, dry, and monotonous. Barely any contact and the whole class just seemed disorganized.

(Winter Quarter 2021)
MUSC 202
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MUSC 202
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MUSC 261D
Problems in Performance Practices: Classical See Full Profile

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