Chair and Professor Stanek
Associate Professor Swansbourne
Assistant Professors Anderson, Brooks, Earles, Lane, Remy
Adjunct Instructors Attebery, Barte, P. George, Knutson, Larkin, LoPiccolo, O'Brien, Redd, Smith
(No graduate degrees are offered)
MUSC g406 Opera Literature 2 credits. Masterworks of operatic literature. PREREQ: MUSC 306.
MUSC g407 Symphonic Music Literature 2 credits. Masterworks of symphonic literature. PREREQ: MUSC 306.
MUSC g408 Chamber Music Literature 2 credits. Masterworks of chamber music literature. PREREQ: MUSC 306.
MUSC g415 Seminar in Band Music 2 credits. Analysis and study of instrumental works from the Baroque to the present era with particular attention to performance practice. PREREQ: MUSC 305-306 OR EQUIVALENT.
MUSC g416 Seminar in Choral Music 2 credits. Analysis and study of choral works from the Renaissance through the present era with particular attention to performance practice. PREREQ: MUSC 305-306 OR EQUIVALENT.
MUSC g417 Advanced Conducting 2 credits. Designed for secondary school music teachers, this course provides opportunity to discover and analyze technical conducting problems in music of the various historical eras. PREREQ: MUSC 319-320 OR EQUIVALENT.
MUSC g419 Major Performance Literature 2 credits. A study of instructional materials and literature pertinent to the performing medium. PREREQ: JUNIOR LEVEL STANDING IN APPLIED MUSIC.
MUSC g420 Major Performance Pedagogy 2 credits. A survey and comparative study of pedagogical materials, principles and procedures. Application of pedagogical techniques in teaching situations. PREREQ: JUNIOR LEVEL STANDING IN APPLIED MUSIC.
MUSC g433-g434 Composition 2 credits each. Organization of musical ideas into logical and homogeneous form with an emphasis on contemporary styles. May be repeated twice. PREREQ: MUSC 204 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR.
MUSC g491 Independent Study 1-4 credits. Supervised study in selected areas, primarily research, writing, or analysis. PREREQ: PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR AND DEPARTMENT CHAIR.
MUSC 597 Professional Education Development Topics. Variable credit. May be repeated. A course for practicing professionals aimed at the development and improvement of skills. May not be applied to graduate degrees. May be graded S/U.
MUSC 650 Thesis Project 1-4 credits. The student will present a public graduate recital, supervised by a faculty member in the music department. In addition to the recital, a paper will be submitted demonstrating extensive familiarity with research relative to the music performed in the recital. This paper will be written under the supervision of a faculty member from the College of Education and faculty members from the Music Department. The completed paper and recital are to be accepted by the examining committee and the paper filed with the dean of the College of Education. A recording of the recital will be filed with the music department.
Applied Music: Private Lessons
MUSC g421 Piano 1 or 2 credits each.
MUSC g431 Voice 1 or 2 credits each.
MUSC g441 Organ 1 or 2 credits each.
MUSC g461 Strings 1 or 2 credits each. Section 1, Violin; 2, Viola; 3, Cello; 4, String Bass; 5, Classical Guitar.
MUSC g465 Brass Instruments 1 or 2 credits each. Section 1, Trumpet; 2, French Horn; 3, Baritone; 4, Trombone; 5, Tuba.
MUSC g475 Woodwind Instruments 1 or 2 credits each. Section 1, Flute; 2, Clarinet; 3, Oboe; 4, Bassoon; 5, Saxophone.
MUSC g485 Percussion Instruments 1 or 2 credits each.
Revised: May 1, 1996