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General Catalog Fall 2012
Posted Mar 02, 2012

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1000  Concert Attendance (0.5)
   Attendance at 16 approved concerts per semester required.

1010  Introduction to Music (3) Fulfills Fine Arts Exploration.
   Music is an art that exists only in time. It cannot be 'frozen' and made available to study at leisure as one would study a painting or piece of sculpture. Through class discussion, guided listening, and required attendance at concerts, students examine historically important forms and techniques of the music of Western civilization. Particular attention is paid to historical and formal relationships of music to other fine arts, such as painting and architecture. Also emphasizes critical listening to discern important elements of musical composition and develop an appreciation of music as art, not just as entertainment.

1015  Introduction to Musical Expression (3) Fulfills Fine Arts Exploration.
   Music fundamentals applied to the creative process of performing music on the guitar and composing music on the computer. Emphasis is on learning fundamental concepts of music theory, spelling chords, playing chord progressions and accompaniments, understanding musical form, and using songwriting as a creative expression technique.

1020  Listener's Approach to Music (3)
   Music appreciation for nonmusic majors.

1100  Elements of Music (3)
   To be offered only to music majors for the pupore of remediation. Non-majors should consult MUSC 1460 - Intro to Music Theory.

1110  Music Theory I (3) Prerequisites: Full Major status in Music OR Department Consent Corequisites: MUSC 1130
   Must pass Music Elements Exam. Fundamental review; tonal species counterpoint; 4-part diatonic harmony.

1120  Music Theory II (3) Prerequisites: "C" or better in (MUSC 1110 AND MUSC 1130) OR Department Consent Corequisites: "C" or better in MUSC 1140
   The study of diatonic harmony.

1130  Musicianship I (1) Prerequisites: Full Major status in Music Corequisites: MUSC 1110
   For music majors only. The study of aural skills corresponding to the theoretical material introduced in Fundamentals of Music Theory; introduction to sight-singing and dictation.

1140  Musicianship II (1) Prerequisites: "C" or better in (MUSC 1110 AND MUSC 1130) OR Department Consent Corequisites: "C" or better in MUSC 1120
   Aural skills paralleling the theoretical material of MusicTheory I.

1150  Keyboard I (1)
   Required of all music majors. First course in a series of four that teaches basic keyboard skills, sight reading, improvisation, performance, figured bass, transposition, and clef reading.

1160  Keyboard II (1)
   Required of all music majors. Second course in a series of four that teaches basic keyboard skills, sight reading, improvisation performance, figured bass, transposition, and clef reading.

1230  Jazz Guitar Technique I (3)
   For majors and nonmajors. First of two courses that teaches basic jazz technique, musicianship, fingerboard harmony, and literature. Required of all jazz guitar majors.

1231  Jazz Guitar Technique II (3) Prerequisites: "C" or better in MUSC 1230
   For majors and nonmajors. Second of two courses that teaches basic jazz technique, musicianship, fingerboard harmony, and literature. Required of all jazz guitar majors.

1236  Survey of Jazz (3) Fulfills Diversity & Fine Arts Exploration.
   Survey of Jazz teaches the history and evolution of the art form jazz, and integrates these concepts with cultural, sociological, political, technological, and musical factors. The course exposes students in unique and creative ways to the process in which jazz musicians manipulate musical elements. The relationship between jazz and African American culture is inseparable and complementary, and is a major emphasis of the course. This is a lower-division survey course with a focus on diversity, designed for the non-major as well as the music major.

1340  Introduction to Computer Music Technology (3) Prerequisites: Instructor Consent
   Intro to music production using computer. Related topics include music notation, recording, and synthesis software techniques. Basics of editing and designing sound using digital audio software.

1350  Music Technology I (3) Corequisites: MUSC 1110
   Practical use of technology in musical applications; waves and acoustics; microphones; principles and practices of location and studio recording; the ear and musical spectra; sound reproduction.

1352  Music Technology II (3) Prerequisites: "C" or better in MUSC 1350 Corequisites: "C" or better in MUSC 1120
   Introduction to FM synthesis and algorithms; digital communication between musical devices; multitrack recording, editing, and playback of musical performance information under computer control.

1460  Introduction to Music Theory (3) Fulfills Fine Arts Exploration.
   An online, introductory course in music theory. Includes the study of basic notation, scales, key signatures, intervals, triads and seventh chords. For non-music majors only.

1590  Music for Elementary Teachers (1)

1700  Introduction to Music Education (3)
   Introduction to teaching music as a profession that includes school-based observation.

1710  Brass Instrument Study I (1) Corequisites: MUSC 1700
   Performance and pedagogy skills for brass instruments.

1712  Brass Instrument Study II (1) Prerequisites: "C" or better in MUSC 1710 Corequisites: "C" or better in MUSC 1700
   Performance and pedagogy skills for brass instruments.

1740  Percussion Instrument Study (1) Corequisites: MUSC 1700
   Performance and pedagogy skills for percussion instruments.

1750  String Instrument Study I (1) Corequisites: MUSC 1700
   Performance and pedagogy skills for orchestral string instruments: violin, viola.

1752  String Instrument Study II (1) Prerequisites: "C" or better in MUSC 1750 Corequisites: "C" or better in MUSC 1700
   Performance and pedagogy skills for orchestral string instruments: cello, bass.

1770  Woodwind Instrument Study I (1) Corequisites: MUSC 1700
   Performance and pedagogy skills for woodwind instruments.

1772  Woodwind Instrument Study II (1) Prerequisites: "C" or better in MUSC 1770 Corequisites: "C" or better in MUSC 1700
   Performance and pedagogy skills for woodwind instruments.

1820  Dante and Music (3)
   Explores the wide range of music that can be related either directly or indirectly to Dante's influence. First, contemporary musical settings of his poetry and other music of his own time. Second, musical types to which reference is made in his writings. Third, music (particularly in the 19th and 20th centuries) inspired by Dante's works, or related to major themes in his writings. Involves the reading of Dante's major works and various works from classical culture, the study of diverse musical types, thought papers on issues in contemporary culture related to aesthetics and sociology, and finally a creative project.

1890  Preperformance Vocal (1)
   Solo performance opportunities in a master class and jury format ready the freshman voice performance and choral music education major for private voice study. The academic portion of the class covers basic vocal anatomy, International Phonetic Alphabet and clarifies breath, phonation and resonance function.

1895  Voice Study for Instrumental Music Education Majors (1) Corequisites: MUSC 1700
   Choral and small group (duet, trio, etc.) singing opportunities in a master class format give the instrumental music education major vocal experience. Basic vocal anatomy and functional principles of breath, phonation and resonance are also presented. Prerequisite for MUSC 3760.

1911  Private Lessons I Nonmusic Major: Brass (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Special fee required. One half-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

1912  Private Lessons I Nonmusic Major: Guitar (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Special fee required. One half-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

1913  Private Lessons I Nonmusic Major: Keyboard (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Special fee required. One half-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

1914  Private Lessons I Nonmusic Major: Percussion (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Special fee required. One half-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

1915  Private Lessons I Nonmusic Major: Strings (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Special fee required. One half-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

1916  Private Lessons I Nonmusic Major: Voice (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Special fee required. One half-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

1917  Private Lessons I Nonmusic Major: Woodwind (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Special fee required. One half-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

1941  Private Lessons I Music Major: Brass (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Jury examination required at the conclusion of each semester, and participation in a convocation recital required for every two semesters of study. Special fee required. One-half hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

1942  Private Lessons I Music Major: Guitar (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Jury examination required at the conclusion of each semester, and participation in a convocation recital required for every two semesters of study. Special fee required. One-half hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

1943  Private Lessons I Music Major: Keyboard (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Jury examination required at the conclusion of each semester, and participation in a convocation recital required for every two semesters of study. Special fee required. One-half hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

1944  Private Lessons I Music Major: Percussion (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Jury examination required at the conclusion of each semester, and participation in a convocation recital required for every two semesters of study. Special fee required. One-half hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

1945  Private Lessons I Music Major: Strings (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Jury examination required at the conclusion of each semester, and participation in a convocation recital required for every two semesters of study. Special fee required. One-half hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

1946  Private Lessons I Music Major: Voice (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Jury examination required at the conclusion of each semester, and participation in a convocation recital required for every two semesters of study. Special fee required. One-half hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

1947  Private Lessons I Music Major: Woodwind (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Jury examination required at the conclusion of each semester, and participation in a convocation recital required for every two semesters of study. Special fee required. One-half hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

1991  Private Lessons I Music Performance Emphasis: Brass (3) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Student required to perform in convocation once each year. Jury examination required at conclusion of each semester. Special fee required. One-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of 12 clock-hours practice per week.

1992  Private Lessons I Music Performance Emphasis: Guitar (3) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Student required to perform in convocation once each year. Jury examination required at conclusion of each semester. Special fee required. One-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of 12 clock-hours practice per week.

1993  Private Lessons I Music Performance Emphasis: Keyboard (3) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Student required to perform in convocation once each year. Jury examination required at conclusion of each semester. Special fee required. One-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of 12 clock-hours practice per week.

1994  Private Lessons I Music Performance Emphasis: Percussion (3) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Student required to perform in convocation once each year. Jury examination required at conclusion of each semester. Special fee required. One-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of 12 clock-hours practice per week.

1995  Private Lessons I Music Performance Emphasis: Strings (3) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Student required to perform in convocation once each year. Jury examination required at conclusion of each semester. Special fee required. One-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of 12 clock-hours practice per week.

1996  Private Lessons I Music Performance Emphasis: Voice (3) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Student required to perform in convocation once each year. Jury examination required at conclusion of each semester. Special fee required. One-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of 12 clock-hours practice per week.

1997  Private Lessons I Music Performance Emphasis: Woodwind (3) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Student required to perform in convocation once each year. Jury examination required at conclusion of each semester. Special fee required. One-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of 12 clock-hours practice per week.

2070  Continuing Education of Music: Basic Concepts of Music (2)

2100  History of Rock and Roll (3) Fulfills Fine Arts Exploration.
   History 1940's-present. Blues, rhythm and blues, soul and electronic white blues.

2110  Music Theory III (3) Prerequisites: "C" or better in (MUSC 1120 AND MUSC 1140) Corequisites: "C" or better in MUSC 2130
   The study of chromatic harmonic procedures of the 18th and 19th centuries.

2120  Music Theory IV (3) Prerequisites: "C" or better in MUSC 2110 Corequisites: "C" or better in MUSC 2140
   An introduction to the study of 20th century analytical techniques; elementary composition exercises in various contemporary styles.

2130  Musicianship III (1) Prerequisites: "C" or better in (MUSC 1120 AND MUSC 1140) Corequisites: "C" or better in MUSC 2110
   Aural skills paralleling the theoretical material of MusicTheory II.

2140  Musicianship IV (1) Prerequisites: "C" or better in (MUSC 2110 AND MUSC 2130) Corequisites: "C" or better in MUSC 3540
   Aural skills paralleling the theoretical material of MusicTheory III.

2150  Keyboard III (1)
   Third course in a series of four. Continuation of Keyboard lI: sight reading, accompanying, improvisation, transposition, performance skills, figured bass, and clef reading

2160  Keyboard IV (1)
   Fourth course in a series of four. Continuation of Keyboard lII: sight reading, accompanying, improvisation, transposition, performance skills, figured bass, and clef reading.

2181  Jazz Keyboard Skills I (1) Prerequisites: "C" or better in MUSC 1160 OR Department Consent
   For Jazz Composition and Jazz Performance Majors. Students must successfully complete Music 1150 and Music 1160 (Keyboard I & II) or demonstrate equivalent competence in order to enroll in Music 2181. Every jazz major needs strong jazz keyboard skills. These courses cover all of the harmonic & melodic jazz techniques a professional jazz musician needs to have "under their fingers". The successful completion of this yearlong course should enable any of its graduates to "comp" jazz standards or chord progressions in either a classroom or professional "gig" situation.

2182  Jazz Keyboard Skills II (1) Prerequisites: "C" or better in MUSC 2181
   For Jazz Composition and Jazz Performance Majors. Students must successfully complete Music 1150 and Music 1160 (Keyboard I & II) or demonstrate equivalent competence in order to enroll in Music 2182. Every jazz major needs strong jazz keyboard skills. These courses cover all of the harmonic & melodic jazz techniques a professional jazz musician needs to have "under their fingers." The successful completion of this yearlong course should enable any of its graduates to "comp" jazz standards or chord progressions in either a classroom or professional "gig" situation.

2350  Conducting (2) Prerequisites: "C" or better in MUSC 1120
   Fundamental skills and techniques of ensemble conducting.

2570  Composition Seminar (3)
   Building compositional techniques from small projects to larger ones for undergraduate music majors.

2911  Private Lessons II Nonmusic Major: Brass (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Special fee required. One half-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

2912  Private Lessons II Nonmusic Major: Guitar (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Special fee required. One half-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

2913  Private Lessons II Nonmusic Major: Keyboard (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Special fee required. One half-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

2914  Private Lessons II Nonmusic Major: Percussion (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Special fee required. One half-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

2915  Private Lessons II Nonmusic Major: Strings (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Special fee required. One half-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

2916  Private Lessons II Nonmusic Major: Voice (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Special fee required. One half-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

2917  Private Lessons II Nonmusic Major: Woodwind (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Special fee required. One half-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

2941  Private Lessons II Music Major: Brass (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Student required to perform at convocation at least once every two semesters. A jury examination is required at the conclusion of each semester. Special fee required. One half-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

2942  Private Lessons II Music Major: Guitar (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Student required to perform at convocation at least once every two semesters. A jury examination is required at the conclusion of each semester. Special fee required. One half-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

2943  Private Lessons II Music Major: Keyboard (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Student required to perform at convocation at least once every two semesters. A jury examination is required at the conclusion of each semester. Special fee required. One half-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

2944  Private Lessons II Music Major: Percussion (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Student required to perform at convocation at least once every two semesters. A jury examination is required at the conclusion of each semester. Special fee required. One half-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

2945  Private Lessons II Music Major: Strings (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Student required to perform at convocation at least once every two semesters. A jury examination is required at the conclusion of each semester. Special fee required. One half-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

2946  Private Lessons II Music Major: Voice (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Student required to perform at convocation at least once every two semesters. A jury examination is required at the conclusion of each semester. Special fee required. One half-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

2947  Private Lessons II Music Major: Woodwind (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Student required to perform at convocation at least once every two semesters. A jury examination is required at the conclusion of each semester. Special fee required. One half-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

2991  Private Lessons II Music Performance Major: Brass (3) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Student required to perform at convocation once each year. Jury examination required at conclusion of each semester. Special fee required. One-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of 12 clock-hours practice per week.

2992  Private Lessons II Music Performance Major: Guitar (3) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Student required to perform at convocation once each year. Jury examination required at conclusion of each semester. Special fee required. One-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of 12 clock-hours practice per week.

2993  Private Lessons II Music Performance Major: Keyboard (3) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Student required to perform at convocation once each year. Jury examination required at conclusion of each semester. Special fee required. One-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of 12 clock-hours practice per week.

2994  Private Lessons II Music Performance Major: Percussion (3) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Student required to perform at convocation once each year. Jury examination required at conclusion of each semester. Special fee required. One-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of 12 clock-hours practice per week.

2995  Private Lessons II Music Performance Major: Strings (3) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Student required to perform at convocation once each year. Jury examination required at conclusion of each semester. Special fee required. One-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of 12 clock-hours practice per week.

2996  Private Lessons II Music Performance Major: Voice (3) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Student required to perform at convocation once each year. Jury examination required at conclusion of each semester. Special fee required. One-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of 12 clock-hours practice per week.

2997  Private Lessons II Music Performance Major: Woodwind (3) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Student required to perform at convocation once each year. Jury examination required at conclusion of each semester. Special fee required. One-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of 12 clock-hours practice per week.

3000  Continuing Education in Music (1 to 4)
   Aspects of music, offered only through DCE.

3001  Continuing Education in Music Workshop (1 to 4)
   Workshops in aspects of music, offered only through DCE.

3002  Great Composers (2)
   Introduction for non-music majors to composers and their work.

3003  Beginning Classic Guitar (2)
   For persons with little or no guitar experience who wish to learn the classical style. Basic techniques and musicianship are introduced through a traditional and 20th century repertoire, focusing on small, beginning solo pieces and duets.

3004  Intermediate Classical Guitar (2)
   Intermediate classical guitar for non-music majors.

3005  Guitar Ensemble (2)

3006  Enjoyment in Music (2)
   Music appreciation for non-music majors.

3007  Continuing Education in Music (1 to 3)

3008  Continuing Education in Music (1 to 3)

3009  Continuing Education in Music (1 to 3)

3010  Continuing Education in Music (1 to 3)

3015  Creative Connections in Music (3) Prerequisites: "C" or better in MUSC 1015 Fulfills Fine Arts Exploration.
   Beginning to intermediate music fundamentals applied to the creative processes of writing and performing music on a variety of folk instruments and computer. Emphasis is on applying concepts of music theory?such as learning to play chord progressions, harmonize simple melodies, and orchestrate basic rhythmic accompaniments?in order to understand musical form in personal songwriting and singing as methods for creative expression.

3110  Musical Style I (3) Fulfills Fine Arts Exploration.
   Explore how various art forms--music, theatre, dance, literature, and the visual arts, combine in the unique art of opera. No knowledge of opera, musical theatre or history is required. Free opera tickets and some concert tickets provided.

3200  Criticial Inquiries in Music: Culture, Class, Economics (3)
   Investigations on a variety of topics that consider different musical/cultural issues. An attempt will be made to form a nexus between cultural circumstances and their musical manifestations.

3280  Keyboard Skills I (2) Prerequisites: "C" or better in MUSC 1120
   Basic keyboard techniques including sight reading, clef reading improvisation, transposition, figured bass, analysis and accompanying.

3281  Keyboard Skills II (2) Prerequisites: "C" or better in MUSC 3280
   Basic keyboard techniques including sight reading, clef reading improvisation, transposition, figured bass, analysis and accompanying.

3350  Jazz Improvisation I (2)
   Beginning level course. How to Practice and approach beginning creative jazz improvisation. Emphasis hands-on performance and ear training, all participants must perform on their major instrument. Areas of study include ear training exercises, performances of jazz standards appropriate for this level, creation and performance of chord patterns and arpeggios, critical listening, and analysis of jazz standards and solo transcriptions.

3351  Jazz Improvisation II (2) Prerequisites: "C" or better in MUSC 3350
   Intermediate level course. 3350 is prerequisite. Same approach as Jazz Improvisation I, with the following additions: Students must transcribe, analyze, and perform jazz solo transcriptions. Pentatonic Scales (major and minor.) Sectional forms and "I Got Rhythm" changes and variations. Diminished Scales, Diminished and Altered Dominant 7th Chords. Whole Tone Scales and Augmented Chords and Scales. Harmonic and Melodic Minor Scales. Locrian #2 and Diminished/Whole Tone (Superlocrian) Scales. Lydian Augmented and Lydian Dominant Scales.

3385  Ensemble Conducting (2) Prerequisites: "C" or better in MUSC 2350 AND Full Major status in Music
   Introduction to the basic musical forms of 18th and 19th - century music. Topics include smaller musical structures such as sentences and various periods, and larger structures such as binary forms, variations, rondo, ternary forms and sonata form, and methods for representing form, such as formal diagrams and hierarchical outlines.

3540  Form and Analysis (3) Prerequisites: "C" or better in (MUSC 2110 AND MUSC 2130) Corequisites: "C" or better in MUSC 2140
   First of two courses. Introduction to the study of structural/formal analytical techniques of the 18th and 19th centuries; written and analytical studies of 18th century counterpoint through invention.

3550  Twentieth Century Techniques (3) Prerequisites: "C" or better in (MUSC 3540 AND MUSC 2140)
   This course covers diverse topics in music theory relevant to the study of 20th Century concert music. Topics may include Modernism, Neo-Classicism, Post-Modernism, chromatic and atonal voice leading, harmonic function based on symmetrical divisions of the octave, music at the limits of tonality, pitch-class set theory 9with the emphasis on transpositional equivalence and inversional symmetry), pitch-centricity, and twelve-tone/serial procedures. The course may also cover musical practices prevalent since 1950 including minimalism, aleatoric procedures, and other techniques.

3570  Junior Composition (3) Prerequisites: "C" or better in MUSC 2570 AND Department Consent
   Registration requires application form obtained in department office. One hour private lesson each week. Special fee required. Individual instruction in composition.

3600  World Music (3) Fulfills International Requirement & Fine Arts Exploration.
   A selective survey of the music of the indigenous peoples of Africa, China, Japan, Southeast Asia, Indonesia, and the Americas. The course will examine the ways that music functions within these cultures. The students will study the music itself, the people who make it, the instruments they use, and the complex of ideas, behaviors, and processes that are involved in the production of this music. This course is open to all University of Utah students. This lecture course will serve as the School of Music's elective for the Baccalaureate International Requirement.

3610  Multicultural Materials for Music Education (3)
   Introduction to the basic concepts of multicultural education as applied to K-12 music education. Focus on varied musical arts of worldwide cultures reflected in North American society. Development of age-appropriate teaching strategies, materials, and resources designed to enhance multicultural music experiences for children and youth in group settings.

3630  Music History I: Antiquity - 1550 (3) Prerequisites: "C" or better in (MUSC 1120 AND MUSC 1140)
   Must be taken in sequence with MUSIC 3640. History of music within cultural context of Western civilization. Antiquity through High Renaissance. For Music majors.

3640  Music History II: 1550 - 1800 (3) Prerequisites: "C" or better in (MUSC 3630 AND MUSC 2110 AND MUSC 2130)
   Must be taken in sequence with 3630. History of music within cultural context of Western civilization. Late Renaissance through the Classic Period. For Music majors.

3650  Music History III: 19th Century/World Music (3) Prerequisites: "C" or better in MUSC 3640
   Music in 19th century Western culture and an introduction to World musics. Continuation of MUSIC 3640. Must be taken in sequence. For music majors.

3660  Music History IV: 1900 - Present/American Music (3) Prerequisites: "C" or better in (MUSC 3650 AND MUSC 3540 AND MUSC 3550)
   Contemporary European Music and American music. Continuation of MUSIC 3650. Must be taken in sequence. For music majors.

3700  Fine Arts Teaching Methods: Music (1.5)
   Half-semester course offered four times per year to elementary education majors. Effective methods and materials for teaching music in the elementary schools to all students.

3710  Elementary Music Methods (3) Corequisites: MUSC 1700
   Effective methods and materials for teaching general music in the elementary schools.

3715  Fine Arts Teaching Methods (2)
   To assist elementary education majors in becoming conversant with effective methods and materials for teaching music in elementary schools to all students. Emphasizes the use of music as a subject matter in its own right, and as a means for promoting cognitive development across subject areas. A holistic approach to music instruction appropriate for elementary-age students is used to incorporate contemporary and traditional approaches to music education. Must also register for ART 3715.

3720  General Music Methods (3) Corequisites: MUSC 1700
   Effective methods and materials for teaching general music in elementary and secondary schools for music majors.

3750  Theoretical Foundations of Music Education (3) Prerequisites: "C" or better in (MUSC 1700 AND MUSC 3720)
   Musical development in school-age children, applied music-learning theory, and methods for evaluating musical behavior.

3760  Choral Rehearsal Techniques (2) Prerequisites: "C" or bettter in (MUSC 1700 AND MUSC 2350 AND MUSC 3385 AND MUSC 3750)
   Appropriate rehearsal techniques for school choral ensembles. For music education majors only.

3770  Instrumental Rehearsal Techniques (2) Prerequisites: "C" or better in (MUSC 1700 AND MUSC 2350 AND MUSC 3385)
   Appropriate rehearsal techniques for school bands and orchestras. For music education majors who have completed at least four of the following methods courses: MUSC 1710, 1712, 1750, 1752, 1770, 1772.

3800  Individual Coaching (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Registration requires application form obtained in department office. One half-hour private lesson weekly. Special fee required.

3860  Diction for Singers: Latin (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Fundamentals of Latin diction for singers.

3861  Diction for Singers: German (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Fundamentals of German diction for singers. Taught Fall Semester, odd years.

3862  Diction for Singers: Italian (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Fundamentals of Italian diction for singers. Taught each Spring semester.

3863  Diction for Singers: French (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Fundamentals of French diction for singers. Taught Fall semester, even years.

3911  Private Lessons III Nonmusic Major: Brass (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Special fee required. One half-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

3912  Private Lessons III Nonmusic Major: Guitar (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Special fee required. One half-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

3913  Private Lessons III Nonmusic Major: Keyboard (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Special fee required. One half-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

3914  Private Lessons III Nonmusic Major: Percussion (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Special fee required. One half-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

3915  Private Lessons III Nonmusic Major: Strings (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Special fee required. One half-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

3916  Private Lessons III Nonmusic Major: Voice (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Special fee required. One half-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

3917  Private Lessons III Nonmusic Major: Woodwind (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Special fee required. One half-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

3941  Private Lessons III Music Major: Brass (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Student required to perform at convocation at least once every two semesters. A jury examination is required at the conclusion of each semester. Special fee required. One half-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

3942  Private Lessons III Music Major: Guitar (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Student required to perform at convocation at least once every two semesters. A jury examination is required at the conclusion of each semester. Special fee required. One half-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

3943  Private Lessons III Music Major: Keyboard (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Student required to perform at convocation at least once every two semesters. A jury examination is required at the conclusion of each semester. Special fee required. One half-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

3944  Private Lessons III Music Major: Percussion (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Student required to perform at convocation at least once every two semesters. A jury examination is required at the conclusion of each semester. Special fee required. One half-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

3945  Private Lessons III Music Major: Strings (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Student required to perform at convocation at least once every two semesters. A jury examination is required at the conclusion of each semester. Special fee required. One half-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

3946  Private Lessons III Music Major: Voice (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Student required to perform at convocation at least once every two semesters. A jury examination is required at the conclusion of each semester. Special fee required. One half-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

3947  Private Lessons III Music Major: Woodwind (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Student required to perform at convocation at least once every two semesters. A jury examination is required at the conclusion of each semester. Special fee required. One half-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

3991  Private Lessons III Music Performance Major: Brass (3) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Student required to perform at convocation once each semester. Jury examination required at conclusion of each semester. Special fee required One-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of 12 clock-hours practice per week.

3992  Private Lessons III Music Performance Major: Guitar (3) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Student required to perform at convocation once each semester. Jury examination required at conclusion of each semester. Special fee required. One-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of 12 clock-hours practice per week.

3993  Private Lessons III Music Performance Major: Keyboard (3) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Student required to perform at convocation once each semester. Jury examination required at conclusion of each semester. Special fee required. One-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of 12 clock-hours practice per week.

3994  Private Lessons III Music Performance Major: Percussion (3) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Student required to perform at convocation once each semester. Jury examination required at conclusion of each semester. Special fee required. One-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of 12 clock-hours practice per week.

3995  Private Lessons III Music Performance Major: Strings (3) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Student required to perform at convocation once each semester. Jury examination required at conclusion of each semester. Special fee required. One-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of 12 clock-hours practice per week.

3996  Private Lessons III Music Performance Major: Voice (3) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Student required to perform at convocation once each semester. Jury examination required at conclusion of each semester. Special fee required. One-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of 12 clock-hours practice per week.

3997  Private Lessons III Music Performance Major: Woodwind (3) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Student required to perform at convocation once each semester. Jury examination required at conclusion of each semester. Special fee required. One-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of 12 clock-hours practice per week.

4010  Writing in Music (3) Prerequisites: "C" or better in (MUSC 3630 AND MUSC 3640 AND MUSC 3650 AND MUSC 3660 AND WRTG 2010) Fulfills Upper Division Communication/Writing.
   This course focuses on the various types of writing about music, with its contents pertinent to music majors. Experiences include both academic and professional writing, refining students' communication skills in preparation for entering the work force and/or graduate study. Assignments will accommodate students' specific interests.

4100  Career Development and Volunteerism I (3 to 4)
   Meets with MUSIC 6100. For music majors. Exploration of available job markets; and community involvement through service. Topics include: development of recitals, exploration of available job markets in music, organization of press kits and vitae, and fund raising issues.

4101  Career Development and Volunteerism II (3 to 4)
   Meets with MUSIC 6101. For music majors. Exploration of available job markets; and community involvement through service. Topics include: development of recitals, exploration of available job markets in music, organization of press kits and vitae, and fund raising issues.

4290  Diction for Conductors (1)
   Meets with MUSC 6290. Advanced study of diction as it relates to choral conducting.

4350  Jazz Improvisation III (2) Prerequisites: "C" or better in MUSC 3351

4354  Music Technology and Digital Audio Certification (Logic) (3)
   Introduction to music production using Apple's Logic Pro/Express and Apple Certified Curriculum (Logic101). Additional projects and topics include: music notation and file formats; the nature of sound, frequency, timbre, noise, periodic waves; the scientific basis for musical intervals, scales, and tuning; digital audio formats, sampling rate, bit depth; sub-mixes, parallel and serial effects sends, compression , EQ, reverb, and delay. This course is also preparation for the test to become a Level 1 Certified End User of Logic, which will be administered at the end of the class. For both musicians and non-musicians.

4356  Jazz Composition and Arranging I (3) Prerequisites: "C" or better in (MUSC 3540 AND MUSC 2140)

4357  Jazz Composition and Arranging II (3) Prerequisites: "C" or better in MUSC 4356

4360  Electro-Acoustic Music Composition I (3) Prerequisites: "C" or better in MUSC 1352
   Meets with MUSIC 6360. Special fee required. Fundamentals of electronic music composition.

4361  Electro-Acoustic Music Composition II (3) Prerequisites: "C" or better in MUSC 4360
   Meets with MUSIC 6361. Special fee required. Fundamentals of electronic music composition.

4400  Concert Chorale (1 to 3) Prerequisites: Instructor Consent
   Meets with MUSIC 6400.

4401  The Concert Singers (1) Prerequisites: Instructor Consent
   Meets with MUSIC 6401.

4404  University Singers (1 to 3) Prerequisites: Instructor Consent
   Meets with MUSIC 6404.

4405  A Cappella Choir (1 to 3) Prerequisites: Instructor Consent
   Meets with MUSIC 6405.

4410  Women's Chorus (1)
   Meets with MUSIC 6410.

4415  University/Community Ensemble (1 to 3) Prerequisites: Instructor Consent
   Meets with MUSIC 6415.

4420  Opera Workshop (1 to 3) Prerequisites: Instructor Consent
   Meets with MUSIC 6420. Techniques and skills required in operatic performance.

4425  Opera Production (1 to 3) Prerequisites: Instructor Consent

4430  Chamber Music (1 to 3) Prerequisites: Instructor Consent
   Meets with MUSIC 6430. Students assigned to one or more brass, string, woodwind, mixed, guitar, or marimba ensemble.

4434  Chamber Orchestra (1) Prerequisites: Instructor Consent
   Meets with MUSIC 6434.

4435  New Music Ensemble (1 to 3) Prerequisites: Instructor Consent
   Meets with MUSIC 6435. 20th-century performance practice. May be substituted for MUSIC 5430.

4437  Early Music Ensemble (1) Prerequisites: Instructor Consent
   Meets with MUSC 6437.

4440  University Campus Symphony (1 to 3) Prerequisites: Instructor Consent
   Meets with MUSIC 6440.

4445  Utah Philharmonia (1 to 3) Prerequisites: Instructor Consent
   Meets with MUSIC 6445.

4450  Marching Band (1 to 3)

4455  Pep Band (1 to 3)

4460  Symphonic Band (1 to 3)

4465  Wind Ensemble (1 to 3) Prerequisites: Instructor Consent
   Meets with MUSIC 6465.

4470  Jazz Ensemble (1 to 3) Prerequisites: Instructor Consent
   Meets with MUSIC 6470.

4471  Jazz Ensemble II (1 to 3)

4475  Jazz Combos (1 to 3) Prerequisites: Instructor Consent
   Meets with MUSIC 6475. By permission of the instructor.

4480  Brass Choir (1) Prerequisites: Instructor Consent
   Meets with MUSIC 6480.

4485  Percussion Ensemble (1) Prerequisites: Instructor Consent
   Meets with MUSIC 6485.

4490  Jazz Guitar Ensemble I (1 to 3) Prerequisites: Instructor Consent

4491  Jazz Guitar Ensemble II (1 to 3) Prerequisites: Instructor Consent

4495  Classical Guitar Ensemble (1 to 3) Prerequisites: Instructor Consent
   A course providing guitarists studying at the 3992 and 4992 level the opportunity to play and perform a variety of chamber ensemble literature. Students will also gain experience working with lead sheets. Emphasis will be placed on musical style, period performance practice, collective interpretation and stage presence.

4499  Accompanying Practicum (1) Prerequisites: Instructor Consent
   Practical aspects of accompanying as well as stylistic and musical issues will be addressed through coaching.

4500  Senior Composition (3) Prerequisites: "C" or better in MUSC 3570 AND Department Consent
   Registration requires application form obtained in department office. One-hour private lesson each week. Special fee required. Individual instruction in composition.

4505  Senior Composition for Jazz Majors (3) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Registration requires application form obtained in department office. One-hour private lesson each week. Special fee required. Individual instruction in composition.

4538  Instrumentation (3) Prerequisites: "C" or better in MUSC 3540
   Meets with MUSIC 6538. First of two courses. The study of specific characteristics of all standard woodwind, brass, percussion (including piano and harp), and string instruments. Assignments deal with ranges, transpositions, articulations, instrumental idiosyncrasies, and include specific scoring projects.

4539  Orchestration (3) Prerequisites: "C" or better in MUSC 4538
   Meets with MUSIC 6539. Second of two courses. Elementary through advanced orchestration studies and scoring techniques, and analysis. Survey of orchestral literature into the 21st century and arranging for full orchestra.

4560  Counterpoint and Analysis (3) Prerequisites: "C" or better in MUSC 3550
   Second of two courses. Introduction to the study of structural/formal analytical techniques of the 18th and 19th centuries; written and analytical studies of 18th century counterpoint through fugue.

4565  Special Topics in Music Theory for Undergraduates (3) Prerequisites: "C" or better in MUSC 3550
   This course will develop many of the concepts, principles, and skills acquired in earlier Music Theory/Musicianship courses through close examinations of wide range of compositions, styles, genres, and composers.

4570  Jazz Theory (3) Prerequisites: "C" or better in MUSC 2110
   This course is prerequisite for Jazz Composition and Arranging I Music 4356. It is analysis and writing intensive. All examples and analysis are derived from jazz compositions and procedures which include melodic, harmonic, rhythmic, instrumentation, and contrapuntal considerations.

4610  Music Literature: Renaissance (3) Prerequisites: "C" or better in (MUSC 3550 AND MUSC 3660)
   Meets with MUSIC 6610. In-depth discussion of issues related to Renaissance music, including compositional techniques, performance practice, and social context.

4620  Music Literature: Baroque (3) Prerequisites: "C" or better in (MUSC 3550 AND MUSC 3660)
   Meets with MUSIC 6620. In-depth discussions of issues related to Baroque music, including compositional techniques, performance practice, and social context.

4630  Music Literature: Classical (3) Prerequisites: "C" or better in (MUSC 3550 AND MUSC 3660)
   Meets with MUSIC 6630. An advanced study of western European music of the second half of the eighteenth century, this course investigates the cultural and intellectual conditions and trends of the era (ca.1740-1820) and examines a cross-section of works by composers who especially shaped the Classical style. Consideration of specific theoretical and performance issues will extend students? comprehension of the music of the Age of Enlightenment.

4640  Music Literature: Romantic (3) Prerequisites: "C" or better in (MUSC 3550 AND MUSC 3660)
   Meets with MUSIC 6640. Issues related to aesthetics, sociology, compositional techniques, impact of art music in the 19th century.

4650  Music Literature: 1900 to Present (3) Prerequisites: "C" or better in (MUSC 3550 AND MUSC 3660)
   Meets with MUSIC 6650. Issues related to aesthetics, sociology, compositional techniques, impact of art music in the 20th century.

4660  Music Literature: American (3) Prerequisites: "C" or better in (MUSC 3550 AND MUSC 3660)
   Meets with MUSIC 6660. An expansive survey of music in the United States, this course explores the diverse and distinct musical traditions of the peoples who have established themselves in this country. Selected music of our First People and of immigrant groups from the colonial period through the present will be considered. The Americanization of the European classical tradition will be examined, and the paths of folk, popular, and religious genres will be traced.

4700  Choral Music Methods (3) Prerequisites: "C" or better in (MUSC 1700 AND MUSC 2350 AND MUSC 3385)
   Acquisition of fundamental principles, techniques, and methods of teaching choral music in secondary schools. For music education majors who have completed at least four of the following methods courses: MUSC 1710, 1712, 1750, 1752, 1770, 1772.

4710  Instrumental Music Methods (4) Prerequisites: "C" or better in (MUSC 1700 AND MUSC 2350 AND MUSC 3385 AND MUSC 3760) Corequisites: "C" or better in MUSC 3770
   Acquisition and application of fundamental principles, techniques, and methods of teaching choral music in secondary schools. For music education majors who have completed at least five of the following methods courses: MUSC 1710, 1712, 1740, 1750, 1752, 1770, 1772.

4780  Music Teaching Seminar (2) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Pedagogical, musical, professional, legal, and ethical problems associated with music teaching.

4785  Music Teaching Seminar (2) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Pedagogical, musical, professional, legal, and ethical problems associated with music teaching.

4790  Choral Student Teaching (10) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Full-time teaching field experience in secondary school choral music program.

4795  Instrumental Student Teaching (10) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Full-time teaching field experience in secondary school instrumental music program.

4810  Survey of Solo Vocal Literature for Singers and Pianists I (1) Prerequisites: "C" or better in MUSC 3996
   Meets with MUSIC 6810. Singers and pianists examine solo vocal forms from the lutesong to the aria. Taught in one seven-week session fall semester.

4811  Survey of Solo Vocal Literature for Singers and Pianists II (1) Prerequisites: "C" or better in MUSC 3996
   Meets with MUSIC 6811. Singers and pianists examine solo vocal forms from the lutesong to the aria. Taught in one seven-week session fall semester.

4820  Vocal Pedagogy (3) Corequisites: MUSC 3996 OR MUSC 3946
   Meets with MUSC 6820. Fundamental principles and specific techniques for private voice teaching. Required of vocal performance (prerequisite MUSC 3996) and choral music teaching majors (co-requisite MUSC 3946).

4825  Piano Pedagogy I (3)
   Meets with MUSC 6825. Afternoon laboratory. Techniques and materials for teaching beginning piano lessons (1st through 3rd year) to children and adults. Both private lesson and group class instruction. Supervised practice teaching and afternoon laboratory.

4826  Piano Pedagogy II (3) Prerequisites: "C" or better in MUSC 4825
   Meets with MUSC 6826. Afternoon laboratory. Techniques and materials for teaching beginning piano lessons (1st through 3rd year) to children and adults. Both private lesson and group class instruction. Supervised practice teaching and afternoon laboratory.

4830  String Pedagogy (2) Prerequisites: "C" or better in MUSC 2995
   Meets with MUSC 6830. Course designed to acquaint students with methods and resources needed for career string teaching.

4832  Classical Guitar Pedagogy (2) Prerequisites: "C" or better in (MUSC 3992 AND MUSC 4842 AND MUSC 4495)
   Students will become familiar with the standard body of etudes and how to design them for the development of performance techniques. They will compare and contrast guitar methods including Carcassi and Pujol as well as contemporary methods such as Noad, Shearer, and Parkening. This course will also include instruction in the creation of interesting, well-paced recital programs.

4840  String Literature (2)
   Meets with MUSC 6840. Course designed to acquaint students with literature, materials, and resources needed for career string teaching.

4842  Classical Guitar Literature (2)
   Students will become familiar with the large body of literature written for the modern classical guitar and its predecessors, such as the Baroque lute, the Renaissance lute, and the vihuela. Various systems of tablature will be studied and transcriptions made of literature from all periods of music history.

4845  Orchestra Audition Practicum (1)
   Meets with MUSC 6845. To prepare string performance majors for orchestra auditions. The practicum will center on learning orchestra excerpts for each instrument and strategies for performing successfully under pressure. Main emphasis will be on actual performance, but additional reading will be assigned concerning techniques for concentration and focus.

4860  Pedagogy Practicum I (2)
   Meets with MUSIC 6060. Teaching the intermediate-level piano pupil, including theory, technique, repertoire, sequencing, and performance skill development. Supervised teaching at intermediate level.

4861  Intermediate Pedagogy Practicum II (2)
   Meets with MUSIC 6061. Teaching the intermediate-level piano pupil, including theory, technique, repertoire, sequencing, and performance skill development. Supervised teaching at intermediate level.

4865  Piano Literature and Performance Practice I (2)
   Survey of piano literature and performance practices from the Baroque to Classic periods.

4866  Piano Literature and Performance Practice II (2)
   Survey of piano literature and performance practices from the Romantic period to the present.

4870  Special Topics in Music History (3) Prerequisites: "C" or better in (MUSC 3630 AND MUSC 3640 AND MUSC 3650 AND MUSC 3660)
   Special topics courses are employed to cover emerging issues or specialized content not represented in the music history curriculum, such as popular music's styles and genres, the music of a specific composer, and film music.

4876  Organ Literature I (2) Prerequisites: "C" or better in MUSC 1993 AND Instructor Consent
   Acquaints the student with the history and literature of organs and composers of Europe through J. S. Bach. It examines in-depth selected compositions of outstanding composers and shows how the organ building practices of the time influences the composers of each country.

4877  Organ Literature II (2) Prerequisites: "C" or better in MUSC 1993 AND Instructor Consent
   Focus on the history and literature of organs and composers of Europe and North American form 1720 to present.

4878  Church Music for Organists I (2) Prerequisites: "C" or better in MUSC 1993 AND Instructor Consent
   This course provides practical tools for establishing a solid foundation in service playing. Basic organ technique, organ stops, and combinations (registration), transposition, improvisation, and figured bass.

4879  Organ Pedagogy (3) Prerequisites: "C" or better in MUSC 1993 AND Instructor Consent
   Techniques and materials for teaching organ lessons to children and adults. Both private lessons and group class instruction.

4899  Special Topics in Music (1 to 3)

4910  Individual Research (1 to 3) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Projects must have approval of department chair and student'sadviser Registration requires application form obtained in departmentoffice.

4911  Private Lessons IV Nonmusic Major: Brass (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Special fee required. One half-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

4912  Private Lessons IV Nonmusic Major: Guitar (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Special fee required. One half-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

4913  Private Lessons IV Nonmusic Major: Keyboard (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Special fee required. One half-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

4914  Private Lessons IV Nonmusic Major: Percussion (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Special fee required. One half-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

4915  Private Lessons IV Nonmusic Major: Strings (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Special fee required. One half-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

4916  Private Lessons IV Nonmusic Major: Voice (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Special fee required. One half-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

4917  Private Lessons IV Nonmusic Major: Woodwind (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Special fee required. One half-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

4920  Senior Recital (1 to 3) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Senior Recitals in performance. Special fee required.

4941  Private Lessons IV Music Major: Brass (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Student required to perform at convocation at least once every two semesters. A jury examination is required at the conclusion of each semester. Special fee required. One half-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

4942  Private Lessons IV Music Major: Guitar (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Student required to perform at convocation at least once every two semesters. A jury examination is required at the conclusion of each semester. Special fee required. One half-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

4943  Private Lessons IV Music Major: Keyboard (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Student required to perform at convocation at least once every two semesters. A jury examination is required at the conclusion of each semester. Special fee required. One half-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

4944  Private Lessons IV Music Major: Percussion (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Student required to perform at convocation at least once every two semesters. A jury examination is required at the conclusion of each semester. Special fee required. One half-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

4945  Private Lessons IV Music Major: Strings (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Student required to perform at convocation at least once every two semesters. A jury examination is required at the conclusion of each semester. Special fee required. One half-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

4946  Private Lessons IV Music Major: Voice (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Student required to perform at convocation at least once every two semesters. A jury examination is required at the conclusion of each semester. Special fee required. One half-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

4947  Private Lessons IV Music Major: Woodwind (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Student required to perform at convocation at least once every two semesters. A jury examination is required at the conclusion of each semester. Special fee required. One half-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours practice per week.

4970  Senior Project (1 to 3) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Senior research papers in theory and music history & literature, and senior composition projects.

4991  Private Lessons IV Music Performance Major: Brass (3) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Student required to perform at convocation at least once each semester. Jury examination required at conclusion of each semester. Special fee required. One-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of 12 clock-hours practice per week.

4992  Private Lessons IV Music Performance Major: Guitar (3) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Student required to perform at convocation at least once each semester. Jury examination required at conclusion of each semester. Special fee required. One-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of 12 clock-hours practice per week.

4993  Private Lessons IV Music Performance Major: Keyboard (3) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Student required to perform at convocation at least once each semester. Jury examination required at conclusion of each semester. Special fee required. One-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of 12 clock-hours practice per week.

4994  Private Lessons IV Music Performance Major: Percussion (3) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Student required to perform at convocation at least once each semester. Jury examination required at conclusion of each semester. Special fee required. One-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of 12 clock-hours practice per week.

4995  Private Lessons IV Music Performance Major: Strings (3) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Student required to perform at convocation at least once each semester. Jury examination required at conclusion of each semester. Special fee required. One-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of 12 clock-hours practice per week.

4996  Private Lessons IV Music Performance Major: Voice (3) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Student required to perform at convocation at least once each semester. Jury examination required at conclusion of each semester. Special fee required. One-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of 12 clock-hours practice per week.

4997  Private Lessons IV Music Performance Major: Woodwind (3) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Student required to perform at convocation at least once each semester. Jury examination required at conclusion of each semester. Special fee required. One-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of 12 clock-hours practice per week.

4999  Honors Thesis/Project (3)
   Restricted to students in the Honors Program working on an Honors degree.

5000  Continuing Education in Music (1 to 4)

5001  Continuing Education in Music (1 to 4)

5002  Continuing Education in Music (1 to 4)

5003  Continuing Education in Music (1 to 4)

5004  Continuing Education in Music (1 to 4)

5005  Continuing Education in Music (1 to 4)

5006  Continuing Education in Music (1 to 4)

5007  Continuing Education in Music (1 to 4)

5008  Continuing Education in Music (1 to 4)

5009  Continuing Education in Music (1 to 4)

5010  Continuing Education in Music (1 to 4)

5500  Survey of Music Theory (3)
   After a review of common practice techniques, the course will focus on chromatic harmony through written and analytical exercises.

6000  Individual Coaching (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Special fee required. Thirteen one-hour private coaching sessions per semester.

6001  Continuing Education in Music (1 to 4)

6002  Continuing Education in Music (1 to 4)

6003  Continuing Education in Music (1 to 4)

6004  Continuing Education in Music (1 to 4)

6005  Continuing Education in Music (1 to 4)

6006  Continuing Education in Music (1 to 4)

6007  Continuing Education in Music (1 to 4)

6008  Continuing Education in Music (1 to 4)

6009  Continuing Education in Music (1 to 4)

6010  Music Bibliography (2)
   This course enables students to develop valuable research skills that will lead to success in graduate-level and professional music endeavors. Students learn how to locate, use, and evaluate information resources and explore the reference materials and literature in their specific areas of study. Additionally, this course assists students in gaining fluency in the language and conventions of effective scholarly writing.

6060  Intermediate Pedagogy Practicum I (2)
   Meets with Music 4860. Teaching the intermediate-level piano pupil, including theory, technique, repertoire, sequencing, and performance skill development. Supervised teaching at intermdeiate level.

6061  Intermediate Pedagogy Practicum II (2)
   Meets with MUSIC 4861. Teaching the intermediate-level piano pupil, including theory, technique, repertoire, sequencing, and performance skill development. Supervised teaching at intermediate level.

6065  Graduate Piano Performance Practice I (2)
   Meets with MUSIC 4865. Survey of piano literature and performance practices from the Baroque to Classical periods.

6066  Graduate Piano Performance Practice II (2)
   Meets with MUSIC 4866. Survey of piano literature and performance practices from the Romantic period to the present.

6100  Career Development and Volunteerism Graduate I (3 to 4)
   Meets with MUSIC 4100. For music majors. Exploration of available job markets; and community involvement through service.

6101  Career Development and Volunteerism Graduate II (3 to 4)
   Meets with MUSIC 4101. For Music Majors. Exploration of available job markets; and community involvement through service.

6170  Advanced Private Lessons: Graduate Nondegree (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Special fee required. One half-hour lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours of practice per week.

6180  Advanced Private Lessons: Graduate Music Major (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Special fee required. One half-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours of practice per week.

6181  Secondary Private Lesson Study: Graduate Music Major (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Special fee required. One half-hour private lesson each week with a minimum of five clock-hours of practice per week.

6190  Advanced Private Lessons: Graduate Music Performance Emphasis (3) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Special fee required. One hour private lesson each week with a minimum of 12 clock-hours practice per week.

6191  Secondary Private Lesson Study: Graduate Music Major (3) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Special fee required. One hour private lesson each week with a minimum of 12 clock-hours practice per week.

6290  Diction for Conductors (1)
   Meets with MUSC 4290. Advanced study of diction as it relates to choral conducting.

6354  Digital Audio Engineering I (3)
   Meets with MUSC 4354. Covers terminology, equipment, and techniques developed during the past 10 years by musicians and audio engineers to produce digital audio.

6355  Digital Audio Engineering II (3)
   Meets with MUSC 4355. Covers terminology, equipment, and techniques developed during the past 10 years by musicians and audio engineers to produce digital audio.

6360  Advanced Electro-Acoustic Music Composition I (3) Prerequisites: "B-" or better in MUSC 1352 OR Instructor Consent
   Meets with MUSC 4360. Special fee required. Fundamentals of electronic music composition.

6361  Advanced Electro-Acoustic Music Composition II (3) Prerequisites: "B-" or better in MUSC 6360
   Meets with MUSC 4361. Special fee required. Fundamentals of electronic music composition.

6366  Advanced Teaching Seminar I (2)
   Internship with private applied faculty to observe approaches used in developing performance skills in college-level students. Application to advanced repertoire. For piano majors only.

6367  Advanced Teaching Seminar II (2)
   Internship with private applied faculty to observe approaches used in developing performance skills in college-level students. Application to advanced repertoire. For piano majors only.

6376  Graduate Piano Pedagogy I (2)
   Analysis of early-advanced repertoire. Developing technical and musical skills. Supervised practice teaching.

6377  Graduate Piano Pedagogy II (2)
   Analysis of early-advanced repertoire. Developing technical and musical skills. Supervised practice teaching.

6380  Advanced Piano Literature I (3)
   Elements of style and schools of interpretation of the standard piano repertoire; recordings, live performances, and individual research.

6381  Advanced Piano Literature II (3)
   Elements of style and schools of interpretation of the standard piano repertoire; recordings, live performances, and individual research.

6390  Materials and Methods of Advanced Jazz Improvisation (3) Prerequisites: Area Majors OR Instructor Consent
   Advanced techniques and practices of jazz improvisation, as well as a review of pedagogical resources. The course also focuses on playing, listening, chord./scale relationships, and transcribing. It includes tune analysis and contemporary performance practices including the use of synthetic scales and free improvisation.

6391  Jazz Styles and Analysis (3) Prerequisites: Area Majors OR Instructor Consent
   A lecture/analysis/performance course covering the history, theory, and performance practice of jazz from the swing era (1930's) to present. Scholarly study is combined with practical experience through a simultaneous exploration of history and literature, theory and ear training, and the recreation of authentic performance styles.

6392  Advanced Jazz Composition and Arranging (3) Prerequisites: Area Majors OR Instructor Consent
   The course focuses on advanced writing for large ensembles or studio orchestra. Subjects include analysis of contemporary styles and orchestration as well as texts and resources for jazz arranging and composing. All finished work must be performed and recorded. Computer notation is required for all parts and scores.

6400  Concert Chorale (Masters) (1 to 3)
   Meets with MUSIC 4400.

6401  The Concert Singers Graduate (1)
   Meets with MUSIC 4401.

6404  University Singers Graduate (1 to 3)
   Meets with MUSIC 4404.

6405  A Cappella Choir (Masters) (1 to 3)
   Meets with MUSIC 4405.

6410  Women's Chorus (Masters) (1)
   Meets with MUSIC 4410.

6415  University/Community Ensemble (Graduate) (1 to 3)
   Meets with MUSIC 4415.

6420  Opera Workshop (Masters) (1 to 3)
   Meets with MUSIC 4420. Techniques and skills required in operatic performance.

6425  Opera Production (Graduate) (1 to 3)
   Meets with MUSC 4425.

6430  Chamber Music (Masters) (1 to 3)
   Meets with MUSIC 4430. Students assigned to one or more brass, string, woodwind, vocal, mixed, guitar, or marmba ensemble.

6434  Chamber Orchestra - Graduate (1) Prerequisites: Membership by Audition only

6435  New Music Ensemble (Masters) (1 to 3)
   Meets with MUSIC 4435.

6437  Early Music Ensemble (Graduate) (1)
   Meets with MUSC 4437.

6440  University Campus Symphony (Graduate) (1 to 3) Prerequisites: Instructor Consent
   Meets with MUSIC 4440.

6445  Utah Philharmonia (Masters) (1 to 3)
   Meets with MUSIC 4445.

6460  Symphonic Band (Grad) (1 to 3)

6465  Wind Ensemble (Masters) (1 to 3)
   Meets with MUSIC 4465.

6470  Jazz Ensemble (Masters) (1 to 3)
   Meets with MUSIC 4470.

6471  Jazz Ensemble II (Masters) (1 to 3)

6475  Jazz Combo (Masters) (1 to 3)
   Meets with MUSIC 4475. By permission of instructor.

6480  Brass Choir (Masters) (1)
   Meets with MUSIC 4480.

6485  Percussion Ensemble (Masters) (1)
   Meets with MUSIC 4485.

6490  Advanced Guitar Ensemble (1 to 3)
   Meets with MUSC 4490.

6499  Accompanying Practicum (1)
   Practical aspects of accompanying as well as sytlistic and musical issues will be addresses through coaching.

6500  Graduate Survey of Music Theory (3)
   Remediation in music theory including a review of common practice techniques in tonal harmony (emphasizing both written and aural skills), musical forms of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, and a preliminary introduction to theoretical approaches in the analysis of works from the common-practice period.

6520  20th/21st Century Analysis I (3)
   An introduction to a variety of theories and techniques/strategies commonly employed in the analysis of atonal, twelve-tone, and other post-tonal compositional practices.

6521  20th/21st Century Analysis II (3) Prerequisites: "B-" or better in MUSC 6520
   Develops and extends aspects of the theoretical systems and analytical paradigms covered in MUSC 6520 through the close examination of individual works, composers, genres/styles, and/or systems of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Specific topics will vary.

6530  Composition: Master's (3) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Special fee required. One hour private lesson each week. Individual instruction in composition.

6536  History of Theory (3)
   Survey of a variety of theoretical systems, treatises, and trends in the history of music theory. Primary and secondary readings on topics relating to melody and harmony, theories of tonality and other musical systems, form, acoustics, and rhythm and meter, and others will be supplemented by close readings of particular works.

6538  Advanced Instrumentation (3)
   Meets with MUSIC 4538. First of two courses. The study of specific characteristics of all standard woodwind, brass, percussion (including piano and harp), and string instruments. Assignments deal with ranges, transpositions, articulations, instrumental idiosyncrasies, and include specific scoring projects.

6539  Advanced Orchestration (3)
   Second of two courses. Elementary through advanced orchestration studies and scoring techniques and analysis. Survey of orchestral literature into the 21st century and arranging for full orchestra.

6540  Stylistic Studies in Orchestration I (3) Prerequisites: "B-" or better in MUSC 4538

6541  Stylistic Studies in Orchestration II (3) Prerequisites: "B-" or better in MUSC 6540

6550  Advanced Formal Procedures of the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries I (3)
   Overview of several analytical approaches, methodologies, and theories of music of the common-practice period. Primary readings from major theorists as well as secondary readings on a variety of analytical and theoretical topics will serve as an introduction to concepts/theories relating to harmony, tonality, rhythm and meter, and others.

6551  Advanced Formal Procedures of the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries II (3) Prerequisites: "B-" or better in MUSC 6550
   Develops and extends aspects of the theoretical systems and analytical paradigms covered in MUSC 6550 through the close examination of individual works, composers, genres/styles, and/or systems of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Specific topics will vary. compositional procedures and their application to major 20th-century composers.

6580  Special Topics in Music Theory (3) Prerequisites: "B-" or better in (MUSC 6520 AND MUSC 6550) OR Instructor Consent
   Subjects/topics will vary depending upon the instructor and students. Generally, topics may focus on analytical approaches relating to genre or style (across eras or within the work of a single composer or composers), conceptual difficulties and problems posed in the analysis of music, the thought of a single music theorist or a comparison of the analytical systems of multiple theorists, and many others.

6590  Tonal Writing Seminar (3)
   Explores the major forms of tonal writing from a compositional perspective. The student is required to master the voice leading and structural principles of such forms as minuet, trio, sonata and fugue, all composed within appropriate stylistic constraints. Designed for graduate students in composition; open to all graduate students who have completed Music Theory IV and V.

6610  Music Literature: Renaissance (Masters) (3) Prerequisites: "B-" or better in MUSC 3660 OR Instructor Consent
   Meets with MUSIC 4610. In-depth discussion of issues related to Renaissance music, including compositional techniques, performance practice, and social context.

6620  Music Literature: Baroque (Masters) (3) Prerequisites: "B-" or better in MUSC 3660 OR Instructor Consent
   Meets with MUSIC 4620. In-depth discussion of issues related to Baroque music, including compositional techniques, performance practice, and social context.

6630  Music Literature: Classical (Masters) (3) Prerequisites: "B-" or better in MUSC 3660 OR Instructor Consent
   Meets with MUSIC 4630. An advanced study of western European music of the second half of the eighteenth century, this course investigates the cultural and intellectual conditions and trends of the era (ca.1740-1820) and examines a cross-section of works by composers who especially shaped the Classical style. Consideration of specific theoretical and performance issues will extend students? comprehension of the music of the Age of Enlightenment.

6640  Music Literature: Romantic (Masters) (3) Prerequisites: "B-" or better in MUSC 3660 OR Instructor Consent
   Meets with MUSIC 4640. Issues related to aesthetics, sociology, compositional techniques, impact of art music in the 19th century.

6650  Music Literature: 1900 to the Present (Masters) (3) Prerequisites: "B-" or better in MUSC 3660 OR Instructor Consent
   Meets with MUSIC 4650. Issues related to aesthetics, sociology, compositional techniques, impact of art music from the 1900's to the present.

6660  Music Literature: American (Masters) (3) Prerequisites: "B-" or better in MUSC 3660 OR Instructor Consent
   Meets with MUSC 4660. An expansive survey of music in the United States, this course explores the diverse and distinct musical traditions of the peoples who have established themselves in this country. Selected music of our First People and of immigrant groups from the colonial period through the present will be considered. The Americanization of the European classical tradition will be examined, and the paths of folk, popular, and religious genres will be traced.

6670  Symphonic Literature (3)
   Meets with MUSC 7670. This course provides a historical, stylistic, and analytical survey of the core performing repertoire composed for larger instrumental ensembles.

6680  Opera Literature (3)
   Meets with MUSC 7680. This course provides a historical, stylistic, and analytical survey of Opera as an art form.

6700  Advanced Choral Methods (3)
   Advanced choral instruction techniques and literature for school ensembles.

6710  Advanced Instrumental Methods (3)
   Advanced instrumental instruction techniques and literature for school ensembles.

6720  History and Philosophy of Music Education (3)
   Major people, places, and events that have influenced music education in the United States. Evolution of music education from choral teaching of colonial America through diverse musical offerings of today's schools. Development of contemporary music education philosophy traced from this historical foundation. Methods of philosophical inquiry presented and applied in music education settings.

6730  Musical Development and Music Learning (3)
   Concepts of musical aptitude and musical ability. When musical capacities develop between conception and adulthood. Acquisition, retention, and transfer of musical knowledge and skills studied through evaluation of applicable learning theories and findings of relevant research.

6740  Psychology of Music (3)
   Fundamental concepts of music perception including timbre, loudness, pitch, temporal sequencing, consonance, and dissonance. Psychological, sociological, and physiological effects of music.

6770  Research in Music Education (3)
   Major methods of research in music education. Concepts and skills in reading, evaluating, and implementing such research.

6780  Assessment in the Arts (3)
   Assessment techniques appropriate for arts programs are discussed to develop arts assessment competence. Quantitative and qualitative evaluation systems for museums, arts organizations, arts education organizations, and arts programs will be the focus of the course .Open to any arts graduate student or others.

6790  Seminar in Music Education (3)
   Topics vary.

6800  Seminar in Musicology: Renaissance (3) Prerequisites: "B-" or better in (MUSC 4610 OR MUSC 6610) OR Instructor Consent
   Meets with MUSIC 7800. Explores research methodologies and critical/analytical approaches employed with Renaissance music.

6801  Seminar in Musicology: Baroque (3) Prerequisites: "B-" or better in (MUSC 4620 OR MUSC 6620) OR Instructor Consent
   Meets with MUSIC 7801. Explores research methodologies and critical/analytical approaches employed with Baroque music.

6802  Seminar in Musicology: Classical (3) Prerequisites: "B-" or better in (MUSC 4630 OR MUSC 6630) OR Instructor Consent
   Meets with MUSIC 7802. Explores research methodologies and critical/analytical approaches employed with music of the Classical period (1750-1820).

6803  Seminar in Musicology: Romantic (3) Prerequisites: "B-" or better in (MUSC 4640 OR MUSC 6640) OR Instructor Consent
   Meets with MUSIC 7803. Explores research methodologies and critical/analytical approaches with 19th century music.

6804  Seminar in Musicology: 1900 to the Present (3) Prerequisities: "B-" or better in (MUSC 4650 OR MUSC 6650) OR Instructor Consent
   Meets with MUSIC 7804. Explores research methodologies and critical/analytical approaches with music from 1900 - Present.

6810  Survey of Solo Vocal Literature for Singers and Pianist I - Graduate (1)
   Meets with MUSIC 4810. Singers and pianist examine solo vocal forms from the lutesong to the aria. Taught in one seven week session fall semester.

6811  Survey of Solo Vocal Literature for Singers and Pianist II - Graduate (1)
   Meets with MUSIC 4811. Singers and pianist examine solo vocal forms from the lutesong to the aria. Taught in one seven-week session fall semester.

6812  Survey of Solo Vocal Literature for Singers and Pianist III - Graduate (1)
   Meets with MUSIC 4812. Singers and pianist examine solo vocal forms from the lutesong to the aria. Taught in one seven week session fall semester.

6813  Survey of Solo Vocal Literature for Singers and Pianist IV - Graduate (1)
   Meets with MUSIC 4813. Singers and pianist examine solo vocal forms from the lutesong to the aria. Taught in one seven week session spring semester.

6820  Advanced Vocal Pedagogy (2) Corequisites: MUSC 6190
   Meets with MUSC 4820. Compare and study various pedagogical methods and ideals, review a wide range of important historical and contemporary pedagogy treatises, and explore exercises and vocalizes for general voice development as well as techniques to address and correct specific vocal problems. A secure understanding of voice anatomy and physiology in Vocal Pedagogy, MUSC 4820, is essential.

6825  Piano Pedagogy I (3)
   Meets with MUSC 4825. Afternoon laboratory. Techniques and materials for teaching beginning piano lessons (1st through 3rd year) to children and adults. Both private lesson and group class instruction. Supervised practice teaching and afternoon laboratory.

6826  Piano Pedagogy II (3)
   Meets with MUSC 4826. Afternoon laboratory. Techniques and materials for teaching beginning piano lessons (1st through 3rd year) to children and adults. Both private lesson and group class instruction. Supervised practice teaching and afternoon laboratory.

6830  String Pedagogy (2)
   Meets with MUSC 4830. Methodology , resources, techniques, and literature for teaching string instruments in all levels of development.

6831  Woodwind Pedagogy (2)
   Resources, techniques, methodologies, and literature for teaching woodwind instruments in all levels of development.

6832  Brass Pedagogy (2)
   Resources, techniques, methodologies, and literature for teaching brass instruments in all levels of development.

6833  Percussion Pedagogy (2)
   Resources, techniques, methodologies, and literature for teaching percussion instruments in all levels of development.

6840  String Literature (3)
   Meets with MUSC 4840. Course designed to acquaint students with literature, materials, and resources needed for career in string teaching.

6845  Orchestra Audition Practicum (1)
   Meets with MUSC 4845. To prepare string performance majors for orchestra auditions. The practicum will center on learning orchestra excerpts for each instrument and strategies for performing successfully under pressure. Main emphasis will be on actual performance, but additional reading will be assigned concerning techniques for concentration and focus.

6850  Instrumental Conducting Seminar (3) Prerequisites: "B-" or better in MUSC 2350
   Advanced work in score-reading and conducting techniques.

6860  Choral Conducting Seminar (3) Prerequisites: "B-" or better in MUSC 2350
   Advanced work in score-reading and conducting techniques.

6861  Choral Conducting Seminar II (3) Prerequisites: "B-" or better in MUSC 6860
   Meets with MUSC 7861. Advanced work in score-reading and conducting techniques.

6870  Seminar in Instrumental Literature and Resources (3)

6876  Advanced Organ Literature I (3)
   History and literature of organs and composers of Europe from antiquity through J. S. Bach. Study of selected compositions of outstanding composers and how different organ building practices influenced composers. Lectures by the instructor, in-class listening, individual class presentations, written assignments, and examinations.

6877  Advanced Organ Literature II (3)
   History and literature of organs and composers after J. S. Bach to the present. Study of selected compositions of outstanding composers and how different organ building practices influenced composers. Lectures by the instructor, in-class listening, individual class presentations, written assignments, and examinations.

6879  Advanced Organ Pedagogy (3)
   In-depth survey of organ pedagogy covering all periods and styles of organ literature. Pedagogical elements of terminology, manual technique, pedal technique, performance practice (including registration, fingering, and ornamentation), physical and mental performing strategies, student repertoire, and organ construction through topical surveys of method books and textbooks as well as specific pieces. Lectures by the instructor, in-class discussions, hands-on organ playing, individual class presentations, and examinations.

6880  Seminar in Choral Literature and Resources I (2) Prerequisites: "B-" or better in MUSC 6860
   Meets with MUSC 7880. This course is designed to present a broad survey of standard and new choral literature with an emphasis on choral concert programming. The course will include instruction on research techniques and sources for choral music and recordings, forms of choral music, history and analysis of choral music, performances practice and conducting issues, as well as practical application of the literature through creative programming for various types of choirs and concert situations.

6881  Seminar in Choral Literature and Resources II (2) Prerequisites: "B-" or better in MUSC 6860 OR Instructor Consent
   Meets with MUSC 7881. This course is designed to present a broad survey of standard and new choral literature with an emphasis on choral concert programming. The course will include instruction on research techniques and sources for choral music and recordings, forms of choral music, history and analysis of choral music, performance practice and conducting issues, as well as practical application of the literature through creative programming for various types of choirs and concert situations.

6890  Special Topics in Musicology (3)
   Meets with MUSC 7890. Special topics courses are employed to cover emerging issues or specialized content not represented in the music history curriculum, such as popular music's styles and genres, the music of a specific composer, and film music.

6899  Special Topics in Music (1 to 3)

6910  Individual Research (1 to 3)
   Projects must have approval of department chair and student's adviser. Registration requires application form obtained in department office.

6920  Master's Performance I (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Recital.

6930  Master's Performance II (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Recital.

6940  Master's Performance III (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Recital.

6950  Conducting Recital I (1 to 3) Prerequisites: Department Consent

6960  Conducting Recital II (3) Prerequisites: Department Consent

6970  Thesis Research: Master's (1 to 10) Prerequisites: Department Consent

6975  Music Education Project: Masters (1 to 10) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Final project for the MM - Music Education degree with project option. Projects must have approval of student's adviser and department chair. Registration requires special departmental registrations form available in the department office.

6976  Composition Final Project: Masters (1 to 10) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Final composition for the MM-Composition degree. Composition projects must have approval of the student's advisor and department chair. Registration requires special departmental registration form available in the department office.

6977  MM-Music History: Original Research (1 to 3)
   Thirty-page paper of original research for the M.M. degree in Music History and Literature.

6980  Faculty Consultation (3)

7190  Doctoral Private Lesson (3) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in School of Music office. Special fee required. One hour private lesson each week with a minimum of 12 clock-hours practice per week.

7191  Doctoral Private Lessons: Secondary Private Lesson Study (3) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Admission by audition. Registration requires application form obtained in department office. Special fee required. One hour private lesson each week with a minimum of 12 clock-hours practice per week.

7210  Performance Practice I (3)
   Study of sources and materials specific to performance practices in music prior to 1750.

7211  Performance Practice II (3)
   Study of performance practices in music from 1750 to present.

7360  Doctoral Electro-Acoustic Music Composition I (3) Prerequisites: "B-" or better in MUSC 1352 OR Instructor Consent
   Special fee required. Fundamentals of electronic music composition.

7361  Doctoral Electro-Acoustic Music Composition II (3) Prerequisites: "B-" or better in MUSC 7360 OR Instructor Consent
   Special fee required. Fundamentals of electronic music composition.

7370  Doctoral Instrumental Pedagogy (3)
   Fundamental principles, techniques and materials for applied instrumental instruction. Special emphasis will be given to the performance specialization of the student.

7371  Doctoral Instrumental Literature (3) Prerequisites: "B-" or better in MUSC 7370
   Fundamental principles, techniques and materials for applied instrumental instruction. Special emphasis will be given to the performance specialization of the student.

7380  Doctoral Piano Pedagogy (3)
   Fundamental principles, techniques and materials for applied piano instruction

7381  Doctoral Piano Literature (3) Prerequisites: "B-" or better in MUSC 7380
   Fundamental principles, techniques and materials for applied piano instruction.

7390  Doctoral Vocal Pedagogy (3)
   Compare and study various pedagogical methods and ideals, review a wide range of important historical and contemporary pedagogy treatises, and explore exercises and vocalizes for general voice development as well as techniques to address and correct specific vocal problems. A secure understanding of voice anatomy and physiology as presented in Vocal Pedagogy, MUSC 4820, is essential.

7391  Doctoral Vocal Literature (3) Prerequisites: "B-" or better in MUSC 7390
   Compare and study various pedagogical methods and ideals, review a wide range of important historical and contemporary pedagogy treatises, and explore exercises and vocalizes for general voice development as well as techniques to address and correct specific vocal problems. A secure understanding of voice anatomy and physiology as presented in Vocal Pedagogy, MUSC 4820, is essential.

7400  Concert Chorale (Doctoral) (1 to 3)

7404  University Singers (Doctoral) (1 to 3)

7405  A Cappella Choir (Doctoral) (1 to 3)

7410  Women's Chorus (Doctoral) (1)

7415  Utah Symphony Chorus (Doctoral) (1 to 3)

7420  Opera Workshop (Doctoral) (1 to 3)
   Techniques and skills required in operatic performance.

7430  Chamber Music (Doctoral) (1 to 3)
   Students assigned to one or more brass, string, woodwind, vocal, mixed, guitar, or mamba ensemble.

7435  New Music Ensemble (Doctoral) (1 to 3)

7440  Symphony Orchestra (Doctoral) (1 to 3)

7445  Utah Philharmonia (Doctoral) (1 to 3)

7465  Wind Symphony (Doctoral) (1 to 3)

7470  Jazz Ensemble (Doctoral) (1 to 3)

7471  Jazz Ensemble II (Doctoral) (1 to 3)

7475  Jazz Combos (Doctoral) (1 to 3)

7510  Theory Pedagogy (3)
   Concepts and methodologies related to the teaching of music theory in the core undergraduate curriculum. General pedagogical and instructional approaches (including but not limited to classroom management, syllabus and curricular design, testing, and learning strategies) along with detailed examinations of specific concepts and theoretical approaches unique to the instruction of music theory at the college-level are emphasized through a variety of readings, mock-teaching assignments, literature reviews, classroom instruction and observation. Recommended for all students who are currently teaching (or those who wish to teach) within the Musicianship/Written Theory sequence.

7530  Composition: Ph.D. (3)
   Registration requires application form obtained in department office. One hour private lesson each week. Special fee required. Individual instruction in composition.

7580  Special Topics in Music Theory (3) Prerequisites: "B-" or better in (MUSC 6520 AND MUSC 6550) OR Instructor Consent
   Subjects/topics will vary depending upon the instructor and students. Generally, topics may focus on analytical approaches relating to genre or style (across eras or within the work of a single composer or composers), conceptual difficulties and problems posed in the analysis of music, the thought of a single music theorist or a comparison of the analytical systems of multiple theorists, and many others.

7610  Music Literature: Renaissance (Doctoral) (3)
   In-depth discussion of issues related to Renaissance music, including compositional techniques, performance practice, and social context.

7620  Music Literature: Baroque (Doctoral) (3)
   In-depth discussion of issues related to Baroque music, including compositional techniques, performance practice, and social context.

7630  Music Literature: Classical (Doctoral) (3)
   Survey of music literature from 1740 to 1820, with emphasis on the music of France, Austria, and Germany, as it impacted the development of the 'classical style.'

7640  Music Literature: Romantic (Doctoral) (3)
   Issues related to aesthetics, sociology, compositional techniques, impact of art music in the 19th century.

7650  Music Literature: 1900 to the Present (Doctoral) (3)
   Issues related to aesthetics, sociology, compositional techniques, impact of art music from the 1900's to the present.

7660  Music Literature: American (Doctoral) (3)
   Survey of American Music from the colonial period to the present. Covers both the classical and vernacular traditions, plus music of Native Americans and various religious traditions.

7670  Symphonic Literature (Doctoral) (3)
   Meets with MUSC 6670. his course provides a historical, stylistic, and analytical survey of the core performing repertoire composed for larger instrumental ensembles.

7680  Opera Literature (Doctoral) (3)
   Meets with MUSC 6680. This course provides a historical, stylistic, and analytical survey of Opera as an art form.

7710  Doctoral Seminar in Music Education (3)
   Discussion of topics important to graduate students arediscussed in a seminar setting.

7800  Seminar in Musicology: Renaissance (Doctoral) (3) Prerequisites: "B-" or better in (MUSC 4610 OR MUSC 6610) OR Instructor Consent
   Meets with MUSIC 6800. Explores research methodologies and critical/analytical approaches employed with Renaissance music.

7801  Seminar in Musicology: Baroque (Doctoral) (3) Prerequisites: "B-" or better in (MUSC 4620 OR MUSC 6620) OR Instructor Consent
   Meets with MUSIC 6801. Explores research methodologies and critical/analytical approaches employed with Baroque music.

7802  Seminar in Musicology: Classical (Doctoral) (3) Prerequisites: "B-" or better in (MUSC 4630 OR MUSC 6630) OR Instructor Consent
   Meets with MUSIC 6802. Explores research methodologies and critical/analytical approaches employed with music of the Classical period (1750-1820).

7803  Seminar in Musicology: Romantic (Doctoral) (3) Prerequisites: "B-" or better in (MUSC 4640 OR MUSC 6640) OR Instructor Consent
   Meets with MUSIC 6803. Explores research methodologies and critical/analytical approaches employed with Romantic music.

7804  Seminar in Musicology: 1900 to the Present (Doctoral) (3) Prerequisites: "B-" or better in (MUSC 4650 OR MUSC 6650) OR Instructor Consent
   Meets with MUSIC 6804. Explores research methodologies and critical/analytical approaches employed with music from 1900 to the present.

7850  Instrumental Conducting Seminar (Doctoral) (3) Prerequisites: "B-" or better in MUSC 2350
   Meets with MUSIC 6850. Advanced work in score-reading and conducting techniques.

7860  Choral Conducting Seminar (Doctoral) (3) Prerequisites: "B-" or better in MUSC 2350
   Meets with MUSIC 6860. Advanced work in score-reading and conducting techniques.

7861  Choral Conducting Seminar II (Doctoral) (3) Prerequisites: "B-" or better in MUSC 7860 OR Instructor Consent
   Meets with MUSC 6861. Advanced work in score-reading and conducting techniques.

7870  Seminar in Instrumental Literature and Resources (Doctoral) (3)
   Meets with MUSIC 6870.

7880  Seminar in Choral Literature and Resources I (Doctoral) (3) Prerequisites: "B-" or better in MUSC 6860
   Meets with MUSIC 6880. This course is designed to present a broad survey of standard and new choral literature with an emphasis on choral concert programming. The course will include instruction on research techniques and sources for choral music and recordings, forms of choral music, history and analysis of choral music, performances practice and conducting issues, as well as practical application of the literature through creative programming for various types of choirs and concert situations.

7881  Seminar in Choral Literature and Resources II (Doctoral) (3) Prerequisites: "B-" or better in MUSC 7860 OR Instructor Consent
   Meets with MUSC 6881. This course is designed to present a broad survey of standard and new choral literature with an emphasis on choral concert programming. The course will include instruction on research techniques and sources for choral music and recordings, forms of choral music, history and analysis of choral music, performance practice and conducting issues, as well as practical application of the literature through creative programming for various types of choirs and concert situations.

7890  Special Topics in Musicology (3)
   Meets with MUSC 6890. Special topics courses are employed to cover emerging issues or specialized content not represented in the music history curriculum, such as popular music's styles and genres, the music of a specific composer, and film music.

7910  Individual Research (1 to 3) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Projects must have approval of department chair and student's adviser. Registration requires application form obtained in department office.

7920  DMA Recital I (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Open only to DMA students in performance. Full hour-long program of music from standard and contemporary repertoire.

7930  DMA Recital II (1) Prerequisites: "B-" or better in MUSC 7920 AND Department Consent
   Open only to DMA students in performance. Full hour-long program of music from standard and contemporary repertoire.

7940  DMA Recital III-Chamber/Concerto (1) Prerequisites: "B-" or better in MUSC 7930 AND Department Consent
   Open only to DMA students in performance. Full hour-long program of music from standard and contemporary repertoire.

7950  DMA Lecture Recital (1) Prerequisites: "B-" or better in MUSC 7930 AND Department Consent
   Open only to DMA students in performance. Presentation of scholarly research on a relevant topic incorporating performance of musical examples.

7960  DMA Related Field Recital (1) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Open only to DMA students in performance. Full hour-long program of music from standard and contemporary repertoire.

7970  Thesis Research: Ph. D. (1 to 10) Prerequisites: Department Consent

7975  DMA Dissertation Essay (1 to 3) Prerequisites: Department Consent
   Registration only by consent of Director of Graduate Studies in Music after qualifying exams have been passed. DMA Dissertation Essay includes traditional research on a relevant topic, but does not necessarily entail the detail, length, or original research of a full dissertation. No credit assigned until dissertation essay has been completed and filed with the graduate dean. May be repeated for credit.

7980  Faculty Consultation (3) Prerequisites: Department Consent

7990  Continuing Registration: Ph. D. (0) Prerequisites: Department Consent


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