Stanford University

Music 192e: Workshop in Orchestration

Spring Quarter (1997-98)

Wed, 4:15 - 6:00 (CCRMA Library, The Knoll)

3 units (yes, the time schedule is wrong)


Jay Kadis . . . . . . email:

Daniel Levitin . . email:

Office Hours by Appointment

Click here to read the Stanford Daily article about this course.
From the Courses & Degrees Bulletin:
Music 192E Workshop in Arranging Pop/Rock Music Discussion, analysis and hands-on workshop: arranging horn, string, and vocal parts for popular music. Inspiration from contemporary arrangers such as Burt Bacharach, Van Dyke Parks, Stevie Wonder, Prince, Quincy Jones, Richard Carpenter. Core of students' own writing and recording new arrangements each week, class discussion, and critique in workshop format. Enrollment limited to 10; students admitted by audition and consent of instructors.