2009-2010 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
    Aug 13, 2022  
2009-2010 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Music - Applied Organ

  
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    MAO 381 - Applied Organ


    Bach: Dorian Toccata, Gigue Fugue, Toccata, Adagio and Fugue in C, Schubler Chorales, selected chorale preludes; Brahms: Eleven Chorale Preludes; Mendelssohn: Sonatas; Franck: selected works; Widor: selected movements from the Organ Symphonies; Schroeder: Little Preludes and Intermezzi; techniques of service playing. Either semester.

    Credits: 2
  
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    MAO 382 - Applied Organ


    Bach: Dorian Toccata, Gigue Fugue, Toccata, Adagio and Fugue in C, Schubler Chorales, selected chorale preludes; Brahms: Eleven Chorale Preludes; Mendelssohn: Sonatas; Franck: selected works; Widor: selected movements from the Organ Symphonies; Schroeder: Little Preludes and Intermezzi; techniques of service playing. Either semester.

    Credits: 2
  
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    MAO 481 - Applied Organ


    Bach: selected preludes and fugues, larger chorale preludes; Franck: Chorales; Langlais: Te Deum, Suite Breve; Messiaen: Celestial Banquet; Reger: Benedictus; Vierne: Carillon de Westminster; techniques of service playing. Either semester.

    Credits: 2
  
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    MAO 482 - Applied Organ


    Bach: selected preludes and fugues, larger chorale preludes; Franck: Chorales; Langlais: Te Deum, Suite Breve; Messiaen: Celestial Banquet; Reger: Benedictus; Vierne: Carillon de Westminster; techniques of service playing. Either semester.

    Credits: 2
  
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    MAO 581 - Applied Organ


    Bach: selected major works-Prelude and Fugue in B Minor, D Major, Passacaglia and Fugue in C Minor, Trio Sonatas, Toccata in F Major; Early English, French and Latin composers; selected works of Buxtehude, Sweelinck, Handel, Mozart, Liszt, Reubke, Hindemith, Sowerby, Alain, Dupre, Messiaen and others. The senior recital should represent varied historical periods and demonstrate a variety of styles. Either semester.

    Credits: 2
  
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    MAO 582 - Applied Organ


    Bach: selected major works-Prelude and Fugue in B Minor, D Major, Passacaglia and Fugue in C Minor, Trio Sonatas, Toccata in F Major; Early English, French and Latin composers; selected works of Buxtehude, Sweelinck, Handel, Mozart, Liszt, Reubke, Hindemith, Sowerby, Alain, Dupre, Messiaen and others. The senior recital should represent varied historical periods and demonstrate a variety of styles. Either semester.

    Credits: 2

Music - Applied Percussion

  
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    MAX 031 - Applied Percussion (Secondary)


    Private instruction in Applied Percussion for the non-music major, or music major studying a secondary applied area.  Instruction is tailored to the level of the student’s development. Either semester.

    Credits: 0
  
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    MAX 032 - Applied Percussion (Secondary)


    A continuation of MAX 031 for all subsequent semesters. Either semester.

    Credits: 0
  
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    MAX 131 - Applied Percussion (Secondary)


    Private instruction in percussion for the non-music major and for the music major studying percussion as a secondary applied. Instruction is tailored to the student’s level of development and goals. Either semester.

    Credits: 1
  
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    MAX 132 - Applied Percussion (Secondary)


    Private instruction in percussion for the non-music major and for the music major studying percussion as a secondary applied. Instruction is tailored to the student’s level of development and goals. Either semester.

    Credits: 1
  
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    MAX 181 - Applied Percussion


    Study of basic instrumental techniques, including breathing, posture, tone production, articulation and phrasing. Technical studies include scales and interval studies and transposition techniques, in addition to a standard classical repertoire. Instrumental interpretation of hymns and sacred songs is also covered. Either semester.

    Credits: 2
  
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    MAX 182 - Applied Percussion


    Study of basic instrumental techniques, including breathing, posture, tone production, articulation and phrasing. Technical studies include scales and interval studies and transposition techniques, in addition to a standard classical repertoire. Instrumental interpretation of hymns and sacred songs is also covered. Either semester.

    Credits: 2
  
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    MAX 231 - Applied Percussion (Secondary)


    Private instruction in percussion for the non-music major and for the music major studying percussion as a secondary applied. Instruction is tailored to the student’s level of development and goals. Either semester.

    Credits: 1
  
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    MAX 232 - Applied Percussion (Secondary)


    Private instruction in percussion for the non-music major and for the music major studying percussion as a secondary applied. Instruction is tailored to the student’s level of development and goals. Either semester.

    Credits: 1
  
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    MAX 281 - Applied Percussion


    The continuation of instrumental technique with exercises to develop range, power and flexibility.  Service music and classical repertoire to include several longer works such as a sonata.  Transposition to all keys. Either semester.

    Credits: 2
  
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    MAX 282 - Applied Percussion


    The continuation of instrumental technique with exercises to develop range, power and flexibility.  Service music and classical repertoire to include several longer works such as a sonata.  Transposition to all keys. Either semester.

    Credits: 2
  
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    MAX 283 - Class Percussion


    A study of the rudiments of playing percussion instruments, which includes practical study and performance on several instruments within the percussion family. Emphasis is on studying the performance capabilities and pedagogical aspects of percussion instruments. First semester.

    Credits: 1
  
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    MAX 381 - Applied Percussion


    Study of a major work (Classical or Romantic) each semester for the student’s chosen instrument. Advanced technical studies. Selected shorter works. Either semester.

    Credits: 2
  
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    MAX 382 - Applied Percussion


    Study of a major work (Classical or Romantic) each semester for the student’s chosen instrument. Advanced technical studies. Selected shorter works. Either semester.

    Credits: 2
  
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    MAX 481 - Applied Percussion


    Study to include a concerto from the Romantic period and shorter pieces from the 20th century. Additional work in instrumental service playing. Advanced transposition studies. Either semester.

    Credits: 2
  
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    MAX 482 - Applied Percussion


    Study to include a concerto from the Romantic period and shorter pieces from the 20th century. Additional work in instrumental service playing. Advanced transposition studies. Either semester.

    Credits: 2
  
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    MAX 581 - Applied Percussion


    Emphasis on repertoire building. Study is correlated with history and literature courses, and includes reading of important orchestral and operatic scores and a major 20th-century work, if available. The senior recital should represent varied historical periods and styles, and should normally include some ensemble work. Either semester.

    Credits: 2
  
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    MAX 582 - Applied Percussion


    Emphasis on repertoire building. Study is correlated with history and literature courses, and includes reading of important orchestral and operatic scores and a major 20th-century work, if available. The senior recital should represent varied historical periods and styles, and should normally include some ensemble work. Either semester.

    Credits: 2

Music - Applied Piano

  
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    MAP 031 - Applied Piano (Secondary)


    Private instruction in Applied Piano for the non-music major, or music major studying a secondary applied area. Instruction is tailored to the level of the student’s development. Either semester.

    Credits: 0
  
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    MAP 032 - Applied Piano (Secondary)


    A continuation of MAP 031 for all subsequent semesters. Either semester.

    Credits: 0
  
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    MAP 131 - Applied Piano (Secondary)


    Private instruction in piano for the non-music major and for the music major studying piano as a secondary applied or for piano proficiency purposes. Instruction is tailored to the student’s level of development and goals. Either semester.

    Credits: 1
  
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    MAP 132 - Applied Piano (Secondary)


    Private instruction in piano for the non-music major and for the music major studying piano as a secondary applied or for piano proficiency purposes. Instruction is tailored to the student’s level of development and goals. Either semester.

    Credits: 1
  
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    MAP 133 - Class Piano I


    A piano course for beginners designed to develop and prepare students for the level of playing required to pass piano proficiency examination. First semester.

    Credits: 1
  
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    MAP 134 - Class Piano II


    A piano course for beginners designed to develop and prepare students for the level of playing required to pass the piano proficiency examination. Second semester.

    Credits: 1
  
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    MAP 181 - Applied Piano


    Bach, Two- and Three-Part Inventions; a classical sonatina or a sonata by Haydn; compositions from Romantic and Contemporary schools; technique: major scales and minor scales in three forms, major arpeggios; Czerny, Hanon. Either semester.

    Credits: 2
  
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    MAP 182 - Applied Piano


    Bach, Two- and Three-Part Inventions; a classical sonatina or a sonata by Haydn; compositions from Romantic and Contemporary schools; technique: major scales and minor scales in three forms, major arpeggios; Czerny, Hanon. Either semester.

    Credits: 2
  
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    MAP 231 - Applied Piano (Secondary)


    Private instruction in piano for the non-music major and for the music major studying piano as a secondary applied or for piano proficiency purposes. Instruction is tailored to the student’s level of development and goals. Either semester.

    Credits: 1
  
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    MAP 232 - Applied Piano (Secondary)


    Private instruction in piano for the non-music major and for the music major studying piano as a secondary applied or for piano proficiency purposes. Instruction is tailored to the student’s level of development and goals. Either semester.

    Credits: 1/2
  
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    MAP 233 - Class Piano III


    A piano course for beginners designed to develop and prepare students for the level of playing required to pass the piano proficiency examination. First semester.

    Credits: 1
  
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    MAP 234 - Class Piano IV


    A piano course for beginners designed to develop and prepare students for the level of playing required to pass the piano proficiency examination. Second semester.

    Credits: 1
  
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    MAP 281 - Applied Piano


    Bach, Well-Tempered Clavier; a sonata by Haydn, Mozart or Beethoven; a large Romantic composition; technique: advanced studies in scales and arpeggios. Either semester.

    Credits: 2
  
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    MAP 282 - Applied Piano


    Bach, Well-Tempered Clavier; a sonata by Haydn, Mozart or Beethoven; a large Romantic composition; technique: advanced studies in scales and arpeggios. Either semester.

    Credits: 2
  
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    MAP 285 - Pop/Jazz Piano Techniques I


    An introductory study of jazz and pop piano technique, repertoire, and improvisation skills. First semester. Offered alternate years.

    Credits: 1
  
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    MAP 286 - Pop/Jazz Piano Techniques II


    An introductory study of jazz and pop piano technique, repertoire, and improvisation skills. Second semester. Offered alternate years.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    MAP 285

    Credits: 1
  
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    MAP 381 - Applied Piano


    A continuation and development of repertoire as listed in MAP 281-282. Either semester.

    Credits: 2
  
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    MAP 382 - Applied Piano


    A continuation and development of repertoire as listed in MAP 281-282. Either semester.

    Credits: 2
  
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    MAP 481 - Applied Piano


    Bach, English Suite, Well-Tempered Clavier, or other large compositions, such as Italian Concerto, Chromatic Fantasy and Fugue; a concerto or late Beethoven sonata; a large Chopin work; American compositions; technique: scales in double thirds and double sixths. Either semester.

    Credits: 2
  
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    MAP 482 - Applied Piano


    Bach, English Suite, Well-Tempered Clavier, or other large compositions, such as Italian Concerto, Chromatic Fantasy and Fugue; a concerto or late Beethoven sonata; a large Chopin work; American compositions; technique: scales in double thirds and double sixths. Either semester.

    Credits: 2
  
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    MAP 581 - Applied Piano


    A continued study of literature representing the larger forms. The senior recital should represent varied historical periods and demonstrate a variety of pianistic styles. Either semester.

    Credits: 2
  
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    MAP 582 - Applied Piano


    A continued study of literature representing the larger forms. The senior recital should represent varied historical periods and demonstrate a variety of pianistic styles. Either semester.

    Credits: 2

Music - Applied Strings

  
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    MAS 031 - Applied Strings (Secondary)


    Private instruction in Applied Strings for the non-music major, or music major studying a secondary applied area. Instruction is tailored to the level of the student’s development. Either semester.

    Credits: 0
  
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    MAS 032 - Applied Strings (Secondary)


    A continuation of MAS 031 for all subsequent semesters. Either semester.

    Credits: 0
  
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    MAS 131 - Applied Strings (Secondary)


    Private instruction in strings for the non-music major and for the music major studying strings as a secondary applied. Instruction is tailored to the student’s level of development and goals. Either semester.

    Credits: 1
  
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    MAS 132 - Applied Strings (Secondary)


    Private instruction in strings for the non-music major and for the music major studying strings as a secondary applied. Instruction is tailored to the student’s level of development and goals. Either semester.

    Credits: 1
  
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    MAS 181 - Applied Strings


    Study of basic instrumental techniques, including breathing, posture, tone production, articulation and phrasing. Technical studies include scales and interval studies and transposition techniques, in addition to a standard classical repertoire. Instrumental interpretation of hymns and sacred songs is also covered. Either semester.

    Credits: 2
  
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    MAS 182 - Applied Strings


    Study of basic instrumental techniques, including breathing, posture, tone production, articulation and phrasing. Technical studies include scales and interval studies and transposition techniques, in addition to a standard classical repertoire. Instrumental interpretation of hymns and sacred songs is also covered. Either semester.

    Credits: 2
  
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    MAS 231 - Applied Strings (Secondary)


    Private instruction in strings for the non-music major and for the music major studying strings as a secondary applied. Instruction is tailored to the student’s level of development and goals. Either semester.

    Credits: 1
  
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    MAS 232 - Applied Strings (Secondary)


    Private instruction in strings for the non-music major and for the music major studying strings as a secondary applied. Instruction is tailored to the student’s level of development and goals. Either semester.

    Credits: 1
  
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    MAS 281 - Applied Strings


    The continuation of instrumental technique with exercises to develop range, power and flexibility. Service music and classical repertoire to include several longer works such as a sonata. Transposition to all keys. Either semester.

    Credits: 2
  
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    MAS 282 - Applied Strings


    The continuation of instrumental technique with exercises to develop range, power and flexibility. Service music and classical repertoire to include several longer works such as a sonata. Transposition to all keys. Either semester.

    Credits: 2
  
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    MAS 283 - Class Strings


    A study of the rudiments of playing string instruments, which includes practical study and performance on several instruments within the string family. Emphasis is on studying the performance capabilities and pedagogical aspects of string instruments. Second semester.

    Credits: 1
  
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    MAS 381 - Applied Strings


    Study of a major work (Classical or Romantic) each semester for the student’s chosen instrument. Advanced technical studies. Selected shorter works. Either semester.

    Credits: 2
  
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    MAS 382 - Applied Strings


    Study of a major work (Classical or Romantic) each semester for the student’s chosen instrument. Advanced technical studies. Selected shorter works. Either semester.

    Credits: 2
  
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    MAS 481 - Applied Strings


    Study to include a concerto from the Romantic period and shorter pieces from the 20th century. Additional work in instrumental service playing. Advanced transposition studies. Either semester.

    Credits: 2
  
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    MAS 482 - Applied Strings


    Study to include a concerto from the Romantic period and shorter pieces from the 20th century. Additional work in instrumental service playing. Advanced transposition studies. Either semester.

    Credits: 2
  
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    MAS 581 - Applied Strings


    Emphasis on repertoire building. Study is correlated with history and literature courses, and includes reading of important orchestral and operatic scores and a major 20th-century work, if available. The senior recital should represent varied historical periods and styles, and should normally include some ensemble work. Either semester.

    Credits: 2
  
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    MAS 582 - Applied Strings


    Emphasis on repertoire building. Study is correlated with history and literature courses, and includes reading of important orchestral and operatic scores and a major 20th-century work, if available. The senior recital should represent varied historical periods and styles, and should normally include some ensemble work. Either semester.

    Credits: 2

Music - Applied Voice

  
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    MAV 031 - Applied Voice (Secondary)


    Private instruction in Applied Voice for the non-music major, or music major studying a secondary applied area. Instruction is tailored to the level of the student’s development. Either semester.

    Credits: 0
  
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    MAV 032 - Applied Voice (Secondary)


    A continuation of MAV 031 for all subsequent semesters. Either semester.

    Credits: 0
  
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    MAV 131 - Applied Voice (Secondary)


    Private instruction in voice for the non-music major and for the music major studying voice as a secondary applied. Instruction is tailored to the student’s level of development and goals. Either semester.

    Credits: 1
  
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    MAV 132 - Applied Voice (Secondary)


    Private instruction in voice for the non-music major and for the music major studying voice as a secondary applied. Instruction is tailored to the student’s level of development and goals. Either semester.

    Credits: 1
  
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    MAV 181 - Applied Voice


    Basic voice technique suited to the student’s individual need. Proper voice placement, posture and breathing. Literature studied includes English, Italian, and sacred art songs. Either semester.

    Credits: 2
  
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    MAV 182 - Applied Voice


    Basic voice technique suited to the student’s individual need. Proper voice placement, posture and breathing. Literature studied includes English, Italian, and sacred art songs. Either semester.

    Credits: 2
  
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    MAV 183 - Class Voice


    A study of the fundamentals of vocal technique. Areas of study include posture, breathing, tone production, agility, diction and stage deportment. Class participation and individual performance using simple art songs in English, group songs and hymns are required. Both semesters.

    Credits: 1
  
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    MAV 231 - Applied Voice (Secondary)


    Private instruction in voice for the non-music major and for the music major studying voice as a secondary applied. Instruction is tailored to the student’s level of development and goals. Either semester.

    Credits: 1
  
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    MAV 232 - Applied Voice (Secondary)


    Private instruction in voice for the non-music major and for the music major studying voice as a secondary applied. Instruction is tailored to the student’s level of development and goals. Either semester.

    Credits: 1
  
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    MAV 281 - Applied Voice


    Continuing emphasis on correct vocal technique. Literature includes Italian and German art songs. Either semester.

    Credits: 2
  
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    MAV 282 - Applied Voice


    Continuing emphasis on correct vocal technique. Literature includes Italian and German art songs. Either semester.

    Credits: 2
  
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    MAV 285 - Pop/Jazz Vocal Techniques I


    An introduction to interpreting and singing pop and jazz using appropriate vocal idioms, stylings and improvisation. Special attention is given to basic voice techniques including posture, vocal placement, and breath management with emphasis upon how to use the voice in a healthy manner while singing music in these styles. First semester.

    Credits: 1
  
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    MAV 286 - Pop/Jazz Vocal Techniques II


    An introduction to interpreting and singing pop and jazz using appropriate vocal idioms, stylings and improvisation. Special attention is given to basic voice techniques including posture, vocal placement, and breath management with emphasis upon how to use the voice in a healthy manner while singing music in these styles. Second semester.

    Prerequisites & Notes
    MAV 285

    Credits: 1
  
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    MAV 381 - Applied Voice


    Study toward establishing a more advanced technique. Preparation of easier operatic arias. The more difficult German lieder are studied. One complete oratorio role. Either semester.

    Credits: 2
  
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    MAV 382 - Applied Voice


    Study toward establishing a more advanced technique. Preparation of easier operatic arias. The more difficult German lieder are studied. One complete oratorio role. Either semester.

    Credits: 2
  
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    MAV 481 - Applied Voice


    A more thorough study of French song literature along with contemporary songs in English. Either semester.

    Credits: 2
  
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    MAV 482 - Applied Voice


    A more thorough study of French song literature along with contemporary songs in English. Either semester.

    Credits: 2
  
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    MAV 581 - Applied Voice


    A broader study of contemporary literature both sacred and secular. Students by this time should be well acquainted with all periods of song literature. The senior recital should reflect their knowledge of the style of oratorio, opera, recitative, German lieder, French literature, and sacred art song. Either semester.

    Credits: 2
  
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    MAV 582 - Applied Voice


    A broader study of contemporary literature both sacred and secular. Students by this time should be well acquainted with all periods of song literature. The senior recital should reflect their knowledge of the style of oratorio, opera, recitative, German lieder, French literature, and sacred art song. Either semester.

    Credits: 2

Music - Applied Woodwinds

  
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    MAW 031 - Applied Woodwinds (Secondary)


    Private instruction in Applied Woodwinds for the non-music major, or music major studying a secondary applied area. Instruction is tailored to the level of the student’s development. Either semester.

    Credits: 0
  
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    MAW 032 - Applied Woodwinds (Secondary)


    A continuation of MAW 031 for all subsequent semesters. Either semester.

    Credits: 0
  
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    MAW 131 - Applied Woodwinds (Secondary)


    Private instruction in woodwinds for the non-music major and for the music major studying woodwinds as a secondary applied. Instruction is tailored to the student’s level of development and goals. Either semester.

    Credits: 1
  
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    MAW 132 - Applied Woodwinds (Secondary)


    Private instruction in woodwinds for the non-music major and for the music major studying woodwinds as a secondary applied. Instruction is tailored to the student’s level of development and goals. Either semester.

    Credits: 1
  
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    MAW 181 - Applied Woodwinds


    Study of basic instrumental techniques, including breathing, posture, tone production, articulation and phrasing. Technical studies include scales and interval studies and transposition techniques, in addition to a standard classical repertoire. Instrumental interpretation of hymns and sacred songs is also covered. Either semester.

    Credits: 2
  
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    MAW 182 - Applied Woodwinds


    Study of basic instrumental techniques, including breathing, posture, tone production, articulation and phrasing. Technical studies include scales and interval studies and transposition techniques, in addition to a standard classical repertoire. Instrumental interpretation of hymns and sacred songs is also covered. Either semester.

    Credits: 2
  
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    MAW 231 - Applied Woodwinds (Secondary)


    Private instruction in woodwinds for the non-music major and for the music major studying woodwinds as a secondary applied. Instruction is tailored to the student’s level of development and goals. Either semester.

    Credits: 1
  
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    MAW 232 - Applied Woodwinds (Secondary)


    Private instruction in woodwinds for the non-music major and for the music major studying woodwinds as a secondary applied. Instruction is tailored to the student’s level of development and goals. Either semester.

    Credits: 1
  
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    MAW 281 - Applied Woodwinds


    The continuation of instrumental technique with exercises to develop range, power and flexibility.  Service music and classical repertoire to include several longer works such as a sonata.  Transposition to all keys. Either semester.

    Credits: 2
  
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    MAW 282 - Applied Woodwinds


    The continuation of instrumental technique with exercises to develop range, power and flexibility.  Service music and classical repertoire to include several longer works such as a sonata.  Transposition to all keys. Either semester.

    Credits: 2
  
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    MAW 283 - Class Woodwinds


    A study of the rudiments of playing woodwind instruments, which includes practical study and performance on several instruments within the woodwind family. Emphasis is on studying the performance capabilities and pedagogical aspects of woodwind instruments. Second semester.

    Credits: 1
  
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    MAW 381 - Applied Woodwinds


    Study of a major work (Classical or Romantic) each semester for the student’s chosen instrument. Advanced technical studies. Selected shorter works. Either semester.

    Credits: 2
  
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    MAW 382 - Applied Woodwinds


    Study of a major work (Classical or Romantic) each semester for the student’s chosen instrument. Advanced technical studies. Selected shorter works. Either semester.

    Credits: 2
  
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    MAW 481 - Applied Woodwinds


    Study to include a concerto from the Romantic period and shorter pieces from the 20th century. Additional work in instrumental service playing. Advanced transposition studies. Either semester.

    Credits: 2
  
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    MAW 482 - Applied Woodwinds


    Study to include a concerto from the Romantic period and shorter pieces from the 20th century. Additional work in instrumental service playing. Advanced transposition studies. Either semester.

    Credits: 2
  
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    MAW 581 - Applied Woodwinds


    Emphasis on repertoire building. Study is correlated with history and literature courses, and includes reading of important orchestral and operatic scores and a major 20th-century work, if available. The senior recital should represent varied historical periods and styles, and should normally include some ensemble work. Either semester.

    Credits: 2
  
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    MAW 582 - Applied Woodwinds


    Emphasis on repertoire building. Study is correlated with history and literature courses, and includes reading of important orchestral and operatic scores and a major 20th-century work, if available. The senior recital should represent varied historical periods and styles, and should normally include some ensemble work. Either semester.

    Credits: 2

Music Ensemble

  
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    MEN 221 - Chapel Worship Team


    A vocal and instrumental ensemble designed to prepare and lead congregational worship for University chapels. Includes an introduction to worship service design and leadership, especially using contemporary musical styles and forms. Membership is open to all students on the basis of audition. Two hours of rehearsal per week. Both semesters.

    Credits: 1/0
  
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    MEN 222 - Early Music/Historical Performance Seminar


    A performance class designed to acquaint students with Early Music and Historical Performance practice. A team-taught course, resident and area professionals skilled in the various instruments related to the repertoire instruct and coach students in preparation for a performance at the semester’s end. The seminar alternates between music of the Baroque and music of the Renaissance. Both semesters.

    Credits: 1/0
 

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