A course of two lectures per week, with one tutorial class, throughout the year.
Fine Arts C will be given in 1961 and alternate years.
Students wishing to take this subject without having previously taken Fine Arts A should consult the Fine Arts Department about preliminary reading.
Students who have taken Fine Arts A before 1958 should preferably take Fine Arts C as the second part of a sub-major or in a combined Fine Arts/
Students who have taken Fine Arts B or C before 1958 should preferably take Fine Arts B as the second part of a sub-major or in a combined Fine Arts/
SYті.лвus. A study of Classicism and Romanticism in Britain and on the Continent (1700-1900), and in Australia (1788-1900). The tutorial class will be mainly given to the study of primary source material.
Students are required to submit written work.
Booкs. The following is a basic list only. Further bibliographies will be supplied throughout the year. Students are recommended to buy the books marked with an asterisk.
(a) Recommended for preliminary reading:
Steegman, J.—Consort of Taste, 1830-1870. (Sidgwick and Jackson.) Clark, K.—Landscape into Art. (Murray, 1949, or Pelican.) Praz, M.—The Romantic Agony. (1933.)
(b) Prescribed text-books:
Walpole, H.—Anecdotes of Painting. Essay on Gardening.
Hogarth, W.—Analysis of Beauty. (ed. J. Burke, O.U.P., 1955.)
Burke, E. 4 Philosophical Enquiry into the Origin of our Ideas of the Sublime and Beautiful. Ed. J. T. Boulton. (Routledge, 1958.)
*Reynolds, Joshua Discourses. Ed. R. R. Wark. (Huntingdon Library, 1959.)
*Delacroix, E.-The Journals of Еuуènе Delacroix. (Phaidon, 1952.)
Ruskin, J.-Modern Painters, The Seven Lamps of Architecture, The Stones of Venice. (Everyman eds.)
Baudelaire, C. P.-The Mirror of Art. (Phaidon, 1955.) Morris, W.-Writings. (Nonesuch.)
*Summerson, J.-Arćhitecture in Britain, 1530-1830. (Pelican History of Art, 1953.)
Waterhouse, E.-Painting in Britain, 1530-1790. (Pelican History of Art, 1953.)
Redgrave, R. and S.-A Century of British Painters. (Phaidon, 1947.) Hitchcock, H. R.-Early Victorian Architecture in Britain. (New Haven.
*Hitchcock, H. R.-Architecture Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries. (Pelican History of Art. London, 1958.)
*Borie, T. S. R. English Art, 1800-1870. (Oxford History of English Art, Vol. X, 1959.)
Smith, B.-European Vision and the South Pacific. (O.U.P., 1960.)
Herman, M.-The Early Australian Architects and their Work: (Angus &
(c) Recommended for reference:.
Wittkower, R.-Architectural Principles in the Age of Humanism. (Tiranti, 1952,)
Ogden, H. V. S. and M.-English ,Taste in Landscape in the seventeenth century. (Ann Arbor, 1955.)
Saxl, F., and Wittkower, R. British Art and the Mediterranean. (Oxford, 1948.)
Warburg and Courtauld Institutes-England and the Mediterranean Tradition.
N.-TheEnglishness of English Art. (Architectural Press, 1956.) Kauffmann, E. Architecture in the Age of Reason. (Harvard, 1955.) Colvin, H. 1.-A Biographical Dictionary of English Architects. (Harvard,
Allen, R. S.-Tides in English Taste, 1600-1800. (Harvard Univ. Press.) Hussey, C.-English Country Houses, Early Georgian, 1715-1760. (Country
Hussey, C.-English Country Houses. Mid Georgian, 1760-1800. (Country Life, 1956.)
Siren, 0.-China and the Gardens of Europe. (Ronald.) Jourdain, M.-The Work of William Kent. (Country Life, 1948.)
Ison, W.-The Georgian Buildings of Bath from 1700-1830. (Faber, 1948.) Milne, J. Lees-The Age of Adam. (Batsford, 1947.)
Boullée, E. L.-Treatise on Architecture. (Ed. Helen Rosenau.) (Tiranti.) Hussey, C.-The Picturesque. (Putnams, 1927.)
Hippie, W.-The Beautiful, the SuЫime and the Picturesque. (1957.) Gilchrist, H.-The Life of William Blake. (Everyman, 1952.) Ironside, R.---Pre-Raphaelite Painters. (Phaidon.)
Clark, IL-The Gothic Revival. (Constable.) Summerson, J-Heavenly Mansions. (Cresset, 1949.)
Binyon. L. English Watercolours. (A. and C. Black, 1946.)
Badt, K.-John Constable's Clouds. (Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1950.) Sloane, J. C.-French Painting, 1848-70. (Princeton, 1951.)
N.-Pioneersof the Modern Movement. (Faber, 1936.)
Whittick, A.-European Architecture in the Twentieth Century, Vol. 1.
(Crosby Lockwood, 1950.)
Giedion, S.-Space, Time and Achitecture. (Harvard.)
Rewald, J.-The History of Impressionism. (Museum of Modern Art, 1946.) Smith, Bernard-Place, Taste and Tradition. (Ure Smith, 1945.)
Boyd, R.-Australia's Home. (Melbourne Univ. Press, 1952.) 99
Moore, W.—The Story of Australian Art, 2 vols. (Angus & Robertson, 1934.) Hoff, U.—The Australian Years of Charles Cinder. (Melbourne, 1960.) EXAMINATION. Two 3-hour papers.
This course is divided into (a) Form and (b) History of Music, comprising two lectures and one tutorial per week, with home assignments, throughout the year.
Although no special pre-requisite is laid down, students will be expected to have sufficient knowledge to enable them to follow the lectures. For this purpose students who have passed Fourth Grade Theory and Practice at the A.M.E.B.
examinations should be competent to enter upon the course.
SYLLAВUs. (a) Form.
Folk Song and the principal Forms from the 16th century to the Romantic Period, including the following
Mass, Motet, Madrigal, the Forms used by J. S. Bach and his contemporaries, Sonata, Quartet, Symphony, Symphonic Poem, Variations.
EXAMINATION. One 3-hour paper. .
(b) History of Music.
The Social history of European music from 1600 to 1759 and the study of works by representative composers from Monteverdi to Bach and Handel.
EssAys. Students are required to submit essays. Details will be supplied at the beginning of first term.
Booкs. (a) Prescribed text-books:
Abraham, G.—The History of Music in Sound, Vols. 4, 5 and 6. (O.U.P., 1953-54.)
Bukofzer, 1.—Music in the Baroque Era. (Dent, 1948.) Colles, H. C.—The Growth of Music. (O.U.P., 1939.) Lang, P. H. Music in Western Civilization. (Norton, 1941.) Morris, R. 0.—The Structure of Music. (O.U.P., 1935.)
(b) Recommended for reference:
Apel, W.—The Harvard Dictionary of Music. (Routledge and Kegan Paul.) Bairstow, E. C.—The Evolution of Musical Form. (D.U.P., 1943.)
—Mozart. (Dent, 1935.)
Dart, T.—The Interpretation of Music. (Hutchinson, 1954.) Dent, E. 3.—Opera. (Penguin.)
Einstein, A. Mozart. (Cassell, 1946.) Geiringer, K.—.Haydn. (Allen & Unwin, 1947.)
O'Brien, G.—The Golden Age of Italian Maisie. (Jarrolds, 1948.) O'Brien, G.—The Golden Age of German Music. (Jarrolds, 1953.) Schweitzer, А.-1.'S. Bach, 2 vols. (Black, 1935.)
Terry, C. S.-Bach, A Biography. (0.U.P., 1928.) Terry, C. S.—The Music of Bach. (0.U.P., 1933.) Terry, C. S.—Вach's Orchestra. (O.U.P., 1932.)
Thorpe Davie, C. Musical Structure and Design. (Dobson.) EXAMINATION. One 3-hour paper.
A course of two lectures and one tutorial per week, with home assignments, throughout the year.
Sитлвvs. (a) The history of European music from 1759 to 1900 with special reference to the literary background of the Romantic Era.
(b) The study of works by representative composers from Haydn to Richard Strauss.
EssAVS. Students are required to submit essays. Details will be supplied at the beginning of first term.
Вooxs. (a) Prescribed text-books
Dyson, G.-The Progress of Music.
Einstein, A.-Music in the Romantic' Era. (Dent, 1947.) Lang, P. H. Music in Western Civilisation. (Norton, 1941.) . Sullivan,
J.W. N: Beethoven. (Fontana.)
(b) Recommended for reference:
Abrahamì, G.-A Hundred Years of Music. (Duckworth, 1949.) Abraham, .G.-Tschaikowsky. (Lindsay Drummond, 1945.)
Apel, W.-The Harvard Dictionary of Music. (Routledge and Kegan Paul.) Calvoćoressi, M. D., and Abraham, G. Masters of Russian Music (Tudor,
Carse, A.-The Orchestra froяn Beethoven to Berlioz. (Heller, 1948.) Geiringer, K.
Brahms.(Allen & Unwin, 1948.)
Mellers, W.-The Sonata Principle-from c. 1750. (Rockliff, 1957).' Mellers, W.-Romanticism and the 20th Century-from 1800. (Rockliff, 1957.) Newman, E.-Wagner as Man and Artist. (Bodley Head, 1925.)
Newman, E.-Opera Nights. (Putnam, 1943.) Newman, E. More Opera Nights. (Putnam, 1954.)
Reti, R.-The Thematic Process in Music. (Macmillan, 1951.) Robertson, A. Dvorak. (Dent, 1945.)
Searle, H.-Lis'rt. (Williams & Norgate, 1954.) ЕxnаПNАТюx. Two 3-hour papers.
MUsI с C
A course of two lecures and one tutorial per week,; with home assignments, throughout the year.
SYLLAВus. (a) European music from earliest times to A.D. 1600..
(b) Post-Romantic music to the present day.
Essays. Students are required to submit essays. Details will be supplied
the beginning of first term. .
Booкs. (a) Prescribed text-books:
Abraham, G.-The History of Music in Sound, Vols. 2, 3 and 4. (O.U.P., 1953.) Dyson, G.-The New Music. (O.U.P., 1926.)
Harman, A.-Medieval and Renaissance Music. (Rockliff; 1958.)
Hartog, 1. -European Music in the 20th Century. (Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1957.)
Lang, P. S.=Music in Western Civilization. (Norton, 1941.) (b) Recommended for reference:
Abraham, G.-A Hundred Years of Music. (Duckworth, 1949.) Abraham, G.-Eight Soviet Composers. (O.U.P., 1943.) . . Apel, W.-The Harvard Dictionary of Music. (Routledge and Kegan. Paul.) Bacharach, A.
L. BritishMusic_ of Our Time. (Penguin, 1951.)
Bukofzer, М.-Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Music. (Dent, 1951.) . Cooper, M, French Music. (0.U.P., 1951.)
Copland, A.-Our New Music. (Whittlesey House, 1941.) Dart, T.-The Interpretation of Music. (Hutchinson.) Ewen, D.-The Book of Modern Composers. (Knopf, 1950.) Foss, H. J.-Vaughan Williams. (Harrap, 1940.)
Hindemith, P.-A Composer's World. (Harvard U.P., 1952.)
Hughes, Dom A. (ed.)-The New Oxford History of Music, Vol. II.
Lambert, C. Music Hol (Faber and Faber, 1937.) Lockspeiser, E. Debussy.. (Dent, 1951.) . Mellers, W. H.-Music and Society. (Dobson, 1946.)
Mellers, W. Н.-Studies in Contemporary Music. (Dobson, 1947.)
Mellers, W. H.-Romanticism and the 20th Century-from 1800. (Rockliff, 1957.)
Moyeux, S.-Вartok. (Harvill, 1953.)
R.—Musicin the Modern World. (Arnold, 1948.) Reese,
G. Musicin the Middle Ages. (Norton, 1940.)
Sachs, C.-The Rise of Music in the Ancient World. (Norton, 1943.) Salażar, A.—Music in Our Time. (Bodley Head, 1948.)
Strunk, O.—Source Readings in Music History. (Faber, 1952.) Trend, J. B. —Manuel de Falla and Spanish Music. (Knopf, 1934.) Wellesz, E.
(ed.)—The New Oxford History of Music,
ЕxАхINATiox: Two 3-hour papers.
(c) BIBLICAL LITERATURE AND ANTIQUITIES; MIDDLE EASTERN THOUGHT AND CULTURE
BIBLICAL LITERATURE AND ANTIQUITIES PART I A course of four lectures and one tutorial per week throughout the
External studies are not available.
Svm.AВus. A study with commentaries of the historical books of the Bible:
Joshua, Judges, Samuel and. Kings in any English translation. Biblical history up to the fall of Jerusalem in 586 B.C. will also be studied. The relevance and techniques of Biblical Archaeology and the background of Biblical Literature will be dealt with in detail in relation
tathe Biblical History. The third term will be entirely devoted to Archaeology.
Booкs. Prescribed text-books:
H. Atlasof the Bible. (Nelson, Edin., 1956.)
or Wright, G.E., and Filson, F.
V.—TheWestminster Historical Atlas to the
Bible. (Westminster Press, Phil., 1945.) .
The Interpreters Bible, 12 vols. (Abingdon Press, N.Y., 1957.) . or A Catholic Commentary on Holy Scripture. (Nelson, Melb., 1953.) or Hastings, J.
(ed.)—A Dictionary of the Bible. (T. & T. Clark, Edin., 1898.)
orEncyclopaedia Migra'it. (Mosad Bialik, Jerus., 1950.)
H.Israeland the Ancient World. (Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1949.) Ricciotti, G.—The History of Israel. (Bruce, Milwaukee, 1955.)
or Oesterley, W. 0. E., and Robinson, T. 1.—A History of Israel, 2 vols.
(O.U.P., 1934.) .
J.—EarlyIsrael in Recent History Writing. (S.C.M. Press, 1956.) Wright, G. E.—Biblical Archaeology. (Westminster Press, 1958.)
P.—Historyof the Old Testament. (Liturgical Press, Lond., 1956.) Albright, W. F.—Archaeology and the. Religion of Israel. (Johns Hopkins
Press, Baltimore, 1946.)
Rowley, H. H.—From Joseph to Joshua. (0.U.P., 1950.) EXAMINATION. Two 3-hour papers.