If there's any way to describe this class, it would be...awkward, but I'll get to that later. The class is pretty cut and dry, straight off the syllabus. There's a little bit of all the musical genres/periods, and we were usually a class behind schedule. Most of the class focuses on listening, so we mainly analyzed music in class. Which means that most information content would be from the book, though I doubt many people actually did the readings since they turned out to be unnecessary. Work wasn't stressful, but there seemed to be A TON of assignments before every class on Courseworks. Most people probably didn't do them, and it was fine. I would assume most people did fine, but you might have to put a little work into it simply because of the amount of material we covered. I've seen syllabi from a couple Music Hum sections, and this one definitely seemed to have the most (albeit easy) work.
Despite this, this class was flat out awkward. Leanne is a very nice person who is responsive and always willing to help, but a lot of times, she would make jokes that the class would laugh at just to be polite and humor her. Having the class at 9 AM probably made it worse. There's nothing in particular that's wrong with the class, but it certainly will get boring at times and you won't leave feeling inspired about music. It's good exposure to a wide array of musical styles that's good to know, but more likely than not, it be a memorable or fond experience.