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Music 361-3  Harmony/Theory IV A study of the diverse approaches to musical composition from the last decades of the nineteenth century to the present. Topics include musical impressionism, expressionism, neoclassicalism, neoromanticism, expanded tonality, atonality, and electronic music. Prerequisite: Mus 360. Spring 363-2 Choral Arranging A study of techniques of arranging music for male, female, and mixed vocal groups, including Finale music-notation software. Prerequisites: Mus 163 and Mus 360. Offered alternate years 365-2 Orchestration A study of techniques of arranging music for various instrumental groupings, including Finale music-notation software. Prerequisites: Mus 163 and Mus 360. 367-1 Advanced Conducting - Choral A study of the essential gestures, techniques, and administrative skills required to lead a choral ensemble. Topics covered will include gesture, leadership and communication, choral fundamentals, score study, programming, repertoire, and rehearsal techniques. Prerequisite: Mus 266. Spring, alternate years 368-1 Advanced Conducting - Instrumental A study of the essential gestures, techniques, and administrative skills required to lead an instrumental ensemble. Topics covered will include gesture, leadership, instrumental ensemble fundamentals, score study, programming, repertoire, and rehearsal techniques. Prerequisite Mus 266. Spring, alternate years 460-2  Counterpoint A study in the contrapuntal practices of J.S. Bach through analysis and written exercises. This course is available as an elective. Prerequisite: 360. APPLIED LESSONS Private Instruction Applied lessons are available in brass, percussion, piano, voice, and woodwinds. By permission of instructors only. Music education majors normally carry one credit of lessons per semester, 166

which represents a one half-hour lesson per week. Music Performance majors are required to carry two semester credits of lessons per semester, which represent a one-hour lesson per week. Students who are registered for applied lessons must perform a jury reviewed by the music faculty at the end of each semester. Students who present a recital before semester break are included in this requirement. Students who present a recital after semester break will consult with their studio lesson teacher as to their jury obligations. Ensemble Music requirements by area Voice majors must participate in choral ensembles and instrumental students must participate in instrumental ensembles. Keyboard majors must participate in either choral ensembles or instrumental ensembles. Music majors enrolled in applied music lessons must also be concurrently enrolled in ensemble music for credit. COURSE NUMBERS FOR APPLIED LESSONS 1st ear 2nd year 3rd year 4th year Voice

120 220 320 420

Piano

121 221 321 421

Guitar

122 222 322 422

Brass – Trumpet

123A

223A

323A

423A

Brass – French Horn

123B

223B

323B

423B

Brass – Trombone 123C 223C 323C 423C Brass – Euphonium

123D

223D

323D

Brass – Tuba

123E

223E

323E

423D 423E

WW – Flute

124A

224A

324A

424A

WW – Oboe

124B

224B

324B

424B

WW – Clarinet

124C

224C

324C

424C

WW – Sax

124D

224D

324D

424D

Strings - Violin

125A

225B

325C

425D

Strings – Viola

125B

225B

325B

325D

Percussion

126 226 326 426

Note: A lesson fee is required for all students each semester. Course numbers can be repeated second semester. See registrar to register for 2 credits.

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