At undergraduate level, I’ve taught courses at all levels. For first year students I sometime run a course on Music Techniques, but more often one on Nineteenth-century Music. In the latter I try to include a fairly large dose of cultural history. so it’s more a course on “music in society” rather than a history of musical works. For the second and third years I regularly teach a course of Film Music, which is developing all the time but which always seems to start with Hitchcock and Psycho. I also have a course on nineteenth-century Italian opera, the area of most of my research.
At masters’ level, I’ve taught the Introduction to Musicology module (what we tend to nickname “boot camp”) and, more recently, a course on opera analysis. I’m toying with launching other courses, in particular one about music in London in the nineteenth century: with the wealth of research materials all around us, this seems like an attractive prospect; what’s more, I’m writing a book on the topic at the moment, and so would get a chance to try out chapters!