Music Courses


Music Courses

100 - Introduction to Music
What would life be without music? This broad survey course explores the changing role of music within society across time and disciplines, with emphasis on developing critical listening skills. * Note: Not available for credit in BMus or BMusEd programs.*

101 - Introduction to Basic Music Skills
Enjoy a heightened musical experience through class participation, tutorials and computer-assisted instruction in ear-training, music theory, score-reading and keyboard skills, at introductory levels; for students with little or no musical training. *Not available in the BMus or BMusEd.*

122 - Ear Training II
A continuation of MU 121, also including recognition of chord types and harmonic progressions. *** Prerequisite: MU 121 ***

204 - Jazz Appreciation
An overview of the history and development of jazz music, tracing the performers and style periods in the genre from its 19th-century African-American origins through to the present. Students also study the social and historical factors that affected the development of jazz. Emphasis is placed on developing listening skills. *Note: Not available for credit in BMusEd program* *Note: Students may only receive credit for one of MUHI 204, MU 204, and MU 110*

249 - Piano Pedagogy
This course is designed to introduce students to a select variety of topics in the field of piano pedagogy, ranging from beginning to late-intermediate levels. Students will be introduced to various methods and pedagogy texts, and will observe and assist in private and group lessons. ***Prerequisite: Permission of the department head needed to register***

250 - Piano Pedagogy
Continuation of MU 249. This course is designed to introduce students to a select variety of topics in the field of piano pedagogy, ranging from beginning to late-intermediate levels. Students will be introduced to various methods and pedagogy tests, and will observe and assist in private and group lessons. ***Prerequisite: MU 249***

299AA - Film Soundtracks: How Sound impacts Story
How does sound--a combination of music, sound effects and ambient sound--impact story in a motion picture? Students will learn the language and tools necessary for answering this question and acquire a greater awareness of how the the unfolding of a film's story is influenced by its sountrack. *Note: Music reading ability is an asset but is not required.*

319 - Music Cultures of the World
An inclusive survey of classical, popular and folk music traditions from around the world. As well as expanding their listening skills, students study music in culture and music as culture and, in the process, develop fresh approaches to their own musical traditions. Music-reading ability not required. ***Prerequisite: completion of 15 credit hours*** *Note: Students cannot receive credit for both MU 319 and MUHI 319*

349 - Piano Pedagogy
This course is designed to introduce students to a select variety of topics in the field of piano pedagogy, ranging from beginning to late-intermediate levels. Students will be introduced to various methods and pedagogy texts, and will observe and assist in private and group lessons. ***Prerequisite: Permission of the department head needed to register***

350 - Piano Pedagogy
Continuation of MU 349. This course is designed to introduce students to a select variety of topics in the field of piano pedagogy, ranging from beginning to late-intermediate levels. Students will be introduced to various methods and pedagogy tests, and will observe and assist in private and group lessons. ***Prerequisite: MU 349***

370 - The Business of Music
This course provides students with skills necessary to establish oneself post-degree individually in the field of music/music pedagogy "grantsmanship," establishing a studio, taxation issues, adjudicating, touring, stage presence, advertising, etc. ***Prerequisite: Completion of 60 credit hours***

399AA - Creating Music with Technology
Learn to write and perform music using commercial, open-source and DIY audio tools with the computer. This course is designed to be useful to students regardless of literacy in music reading and notation, and welcomes students of varied experience and background in music, creative sound and computers.

399AB - Music Technology in the Classroom
Practical Music Technology A course, covering instruction of technology in the band, choir, and music classrooms. Practical issues such as the setup and use of audio equipment, microphone selection and techniques, mixing boards, music notation and theory software, recording systems and use in the classroom, and phone apps that aid students and teachers.

399AD - Video Game Music: History, Theory, Practice
This course introduces the rich repertoire of video game music—it’s history, theory, and practice. Representative games, soundtracks, scores, and composers will be examined, as will some technical processes involved. Discussions will include image and sound synchronization; comparisons to other audiovisual media; and ways technological developments create constraints and possibilities. *Note: music reading ability is an asset but not required*

399AE - Piano Literature
This survey course explores the major currents in keyboard literature through the study and analysis of the repertoire of the major composers. Including lectures, listening, and reading assignments, students will examine the key characteristics, musical styles, forms, and performance practices. ***Permission from the instructor is required to register***

399AF - Diction II
The primary goal of the course are to continue the skill of using the International Phonetic Alphabet 'IPA', to develop the ability to sing with clear, accurate diction in Italian, and French, found in singer's repertoire. Students will develop an awareness of how excellent diction can heighten the quality of a musical performance. *** Prerequisite: Music reading ability, vocal technique class, or the permission of the instructor ***

399AG - Piano Pedagogy
Continuation of MU 349. This course is designed to introduce students to a select variety of topics in the field of piano pedagogy, ranging from beginning to late intermediate levels. Students will be introduced to various methods and pedagogy tests, and will observe and assist in private and group lessons. ***Prerequisite: MU 349***

499AA - Introduction to Schenkerian Analysis
This course introduces and explores the method and ideas employed by Heinrich Schenker (1868-1935), a central figure in music theory. Students will critically examine Schenker's writings, with particular attention to cultural contexts (then and now), and apply Schenkerian principles to their own analyses. ***Prerequisite: MUTH 422 or Instructor Permission.***

 

Music Composition Courses

217 - The Art of Music Composition
An introdution to composing music in a variety of styles in use since c.1800. Students will write their own short pieces and hear them rehearsed and performed by the Students' New Music Ensemble. ***Prerequisite: Music reading ability*** *Note: Students who have taken MUCO 317 or MUCO 318 cannot receive credit for MUCO 317.*

320 - Living Music: Acoustic Instrument Studies
Study of acoustic instruments, and of the compositional techniques that have been used to write music for these 13 instruments from the Classical period to the present day. This course will enhance your ability to appreciate instrumental repertoire, and to write musical arrangements for a variety of instrumental ensembles. ***Prerequisite: 30 credit hours and music reading ability.*** *Note: Students cannot receive credit for MUCO 340 and MUCO 320 or MUCO 440 and MUCO 320.*

341 - Introduction to Digital Music Software
Taught in an electronic studio environment, this course has two complementary parts: a historical survey of electronic music up to the present and practical guidance and experience in the use of current compositional software used in music notation, editing, sound production and recording, such as Sibelius, Pro Tools and Max/MSP. ***Prerequisite: 30 credit hours or permission of instructor.*** *Note: Students may only receive credit for one of MUCO 326, MUCO 327, or MUCO 341*

417 - Composition I
Individual projects. Intended for students in the BMus program with a concentration in composition, who are preparing to compose for different instrumental and vocal combinations ranging from solo to orchestra. ***Prerequisite: MUTH 212, MUCO 217 and MUCO 320*** *Note: Students may only receive one of MU 417 and MUCO 417.*

418 - Composition II
A continuation of MUCO 417. ***Prerequisite: MUCO 417*** *Note: Students cannot receive credit for MU 418 and MUCO 418.*

 

Music Ensemble Courses

101 - University Concert Band
A non-auditioned ensemble open to all students and community members. This ensemble focuses on performing exciting and dynamic repertoire. *Note: a $100 materials fee will be charged to students registered in section 003*

103 - University Jazz Ensemble
** Permission of the instructor is required to register in the fall. ** * Note: a $100 materials fee will be charged to students registered in section 003.*

105 - Vocal Jazz Ensemble
**Permission of the instructor is required to register in the fall**

107 - University Wind Ensemble
An auditioned ensemble open to all students, including non-music majors. This ensemble performs challenging standard and contemporary wind band repertoire and boasts guest conductors and soloists as part of its concert series. **Permission of the instructor is required to register in the fall** *Note: a $100 materials fee will be charged to students registered in section 003*

109 - University Jazz Band II
A non-auditioned jazz ensemble open to all students and community members. This ensemble focuses on performing classic and contemporary big band repertoire. All are required to meet with the instructor for a placement hearing. *Note: a $100 materials fee will be charged to students registered in section 003*

123 - New Music Ensemble
An open Instrumentation ensemble that studies and performs works of the 20th and 21st century music is invaluable for any music student, but particularly for students majoring in composition. The revised description allows for rehearsal and performance of newly created student compositions, works for open ensemble by contemporary composers such as Reich, Cage, andothers, and skills in improvisation.

131 - University Concert Choir
All are welcome to sing in the University Concert Choir! A dynamic ensemble of approximately 75 singers, its programming spans a wide range of genres and styles with regular performances with orchestra. All are required to meet with the instructor in the first weeks of school for a voice placement hearing. *Note: a $100 materials fee will be charged to students registered in section 003*

135 - University Chamber Singers
University Chamber Singers is an elite multi-award winning 28-voice ensemble focusing on a cappella choral repertoire. Entrance is by audition only with heavy emphasis on sight-singing ability. Please contact the instructor for audition times. Singers must prepare an art Song or an aria for the audition. **Permission of the instructor is required to register in the fall** *Note: a $100 materials fee will be charged to students registered in section 003*

157AA - Saxophone Ensemble
Students will participate in a saxophone ensemble which is part of the Group II ensembles.

157AB - Jazz Combo
Students will participate in a jazz combo which is part of the Group II ensembles.

157AC - Trumpet Ensemble
Students will participate in a trumpet ensemble which is part of the Group II ensembles.

157AF - Trio for Clarinet, Cello and Piano
Student soloists are responsible for learning their parts in selected works, or movements, from the repertoire for clarinet, cello and piano, and for participating in regular coaching sessions as a trio. The instructor will choose whether students should participate in an end-of-semester juried exam or public performance(s). **Permission of the Department Head is required to register**

157AG - Jazz Ensemble II
An auditioned ensemble open to all students. This group will play a variety of jazz styles.

157AH - Clarinet Ensemble
Students will participate in a clarinet ensemble where they will be introduced to standard and contemporary repertoire for the ensemble. The term culminates in a performance.

157AJ - Brass Ensemble
Students will participate in a Brass ensemble(s) (trumpet ensemble, brass ensemble, brass quintet) where they will be introduced to standard and contemporary repertoire for the ensemble. The term culminates in a performance.

157AK - Trombone Ensemble
Students will participate in a trombone ensemble where they will be introduced to standard and contemporary repertoire for the ensemble. The term culminates with a performance.

159 - Percussion Ensemble
** Permission of the instructor is required in the fall. **

171 - Unversity Orchestra
A high-level ensemble open to musicians from the Music Department, the university and the wider community (audition may be required). The University Orchestra performs challenging works in a wide range of styles and eras. Each semester it presents a full concert in the University Theatre. ** Permission from the instructor is required to register in the fall. ** * Note: a $100 materials fee will be charged to students registered in section 003.*

 

Music History and Literature Courses

202 - Music History Survey-Pre-Classical to Contemporary
This course traces the development of important musical styles, genres and forms from the second half of the 18th century to the late 20th century by placing representative composers and selected musical works into their appropriate socio-cultural and historical contexts. Emphasis is on developing basic listening, writing and research skills. ***Prerequisite: Music reading ability*** *Note: Students cannot receive credit for both MU 202 and MUHI 202.

203 - Music History Survey-Middle Ages to Baroque
This course traces the development of important early musical styles, genres, and forms by placing representative composers and selected musical works into their appropriate socio-cultural and historical contexts. Emphasis is on students honing their listening, writing, research and presentation skills. ***Prerequisite: MUHI 202 or permission of Department Head*** *Note: Students cannot receive credit for both MU 203 and MUHI 203*

302 - Studies in Music of the Classical Period
Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven are among the giants of the classical period in music. This course offers intense study of their works and compositional style, along with analysis of the socio-cultural role of music in Europe in the mid-18th to early 19th centuries. Emphasis is placed on honing students’ critical thinking, writing, research and presentation skills. ***Prerequisite: MUHI 202 or permission of Department Head*** *Note: Students cannot receive credit for both MU 212 and MUHI 302*

303 - Studies in Music of the Romantic Period
No other period has shaped music history more intensely and imaginatively than the 19th century. Contributions of representative composers to music literature of the Romantic Era (ca. 1800-1900) and the various forces that played a role in the creation and performance of musical works will be examined. Emphasis is placed on honing students’ critical thinking, writing, research and presentation skills. ***Prerequisite: MUHI 202 or permission of Department Head*** *Note: Students cannot receive credit for both MU 213 and MUHI 303*

304 - Studies in Music of the Contemporary Period
Schoenberg, Stravinsky, Stockhausen, Glass – these are among the contemporary composers who changed music forever. This course focuses on the most important and radical developments in music during the 20th and 21st centuries. Emphasis is placed on honing students’ critical thinking, writing, research and presentation skills. ***Prerequisite: MUHI 202 or permission of Department Head*** *Note: Students cannot receive credit for both MU 214 and MUHI 304* *Note: Creative Technologies Program Option*

305 - History of Canadian Music
A wide-ranging study of the history of music in Canada, from the earliest settlements to the present day. Topics covered include classical, popular and indigenous genres. Emphasis is on the socio-cultural role of music in the evolution of Canada as a country. ***Prerequisite: MUHI 202 or permission of Department Head*** *Note: Students cannot receive credit for both MU 215 and MUHI 305*

311 - J.S. Bach & His Contemporaries
This course examines J.S. Bach’s life and works, the individuals and external forces that shaped them, and the impact that Bach’s music and its reception have had on global musical culture. Emphasis is placed on honing students’ listening, research, writing and presentation skills. *Note: Students cannot receive credit for both MU 320AC and MUHI 311* *Note: Music reading ability required; completion of MU 100 considered an asset*

394AE - Composers versus Performers
In this directed reading class the student will explore what exactly German composers expected from performers of their vocal music, specifically Lieder, during the second half of the 19th century. The student will conceive a research plan, write a literature review, prepare an annotated bibliography, and author a reflection paper. ***Prerequisites: Completion of MU 203***

415 - History of Performance Practice
How was music performed in various places at various times in the past? This course investigates how and why musical interpretation changed over time and explores how it shapes present-day approaches to “early music” through consideration of original sources and contemporary commentary. Editions may be prepared and performed. ***Prerequisite: MUHI 203 or permission of department head.*** *Note: Students cannot receive credit for both MU 415 and MUHI 415*

416AA - The Symphony
This course explores the history of the symphony from its beginnings to the twentieth century and beyond. Representative works by selected composers will be studied through a variety of different lenses. ***Prerequisite: MUHI 203 or permission of department head***

416AB - 19th Century Instrumental Genres
This course explores topics related to instrumental music in the Romantic era. Representative genres, composers, works and their respective historical contexts will be examined. For more information, consult the Music Department. ***Prerequisite: MUHI 203 or permission of the department head.***

417AA - The Story of Opera
This course examines the centuries-old tradition of opera through the stories it tells. Students will also explore how operas were understood at the time of their creation and examine how the operatic experience has changed over time. *Note: MUHI 202 or MU 100 are recommended*

417AB - Survey of Vocal Literature
Advanced undergraduate study in Vocal Literature. The course will cover the history of song from the early Renaissance through to the 21st century. Readings, papers and a possible short lecture-recital will form the basis of this course. ***Prerequisite: MUHI 203 or permission of department head***

417AC - Song: Histories, Traditions, Practices
This course is a survey of select song traditions from Western and world cultures from the Middle Ages to the present. Major themes will include music-text relationships, genres and forms, social functions, and approaches to vocal performance practice. ***Prerequisite: MUHI 203 or permission of department head***

418 - Music, Women, Culture
This course highlights women’s contributions to musical traditions of the past and present, with emphasis on Western Classical art music and culture. *Note: No music reading ability required, but completion of MU 100 will be an asset.*

494AA - Introduction to Music Bibliography and Research
This course will introduce the basic resources in bibliographic research, specifically tools in print and electronic formats. Assignments may include reviewing CD recordings, examining scholarly articles, writing program notes, preparing a conference abstract and a CV, and applying for grants. Students will also research and compile an annotated bibliography.

495AA - Music History Honours Thesis
This directed studies course culminates in the writing of a substantial research paper ("honours thesis") and the preparation of an extensive bibliography on a specific music historical topic. *** Prerequisite: MU 201 or 203 *** * Note: for Bachelor of Music in History students only.*

495AB - Exploring the Sounds of Canadian Music
How have the production and consumption of music shaped Canada over time? This course investigates the impact that humans, including First Nations and European immigrants, have had on Canadian musical culture and what roles space and identity have and continue to play today. ***Permission of instructor is required to register.*** *Note: Attendance of local concerts is required.*

495AC - From Monteverdi to Bach: Sound memories (1600-1750)
Using a multi-cultural lens, the contributions of important European composers as well as significant musical traditions, genres, and stylistic trends of the Baroque period, ca. 1600-1750, will be explored in a variety of scholarly contexts. Emphasis will be placed on honing critical and reflective writing skills. ***Prerequisite: Permission of instructor is required to register.***

 

Music Performance Courses

243 - Piano Literature
This survey course explores the major currents in keyboard literature through the study and analysis of the repertoire of the major composers. Including lectures, listening, and reading assignments, students will examine the key characteristics, musical styles, forms, and performance practices. ***Permission of the instructor is required to register***

244 - Piano Literature
Continuation of MUPE 243. This survey course explores the major currents in keyboard literature through the study and analysis of the repertoire of the major composers. Including lectures, listening, and reading assignments, students will examine the key characteristics, musical styles, forms, and performance practices. ***Prerequisite: MUPE 243***

253 - Accompanying
Practical work in accompanying solo literature, sight reading, and transposition. Each student enrolled assumes as a project the accompaniment of another student. **Permission of the Department Head is required to register** *Note: Intended for B.Mus. Piano Performance majors* *Note: Student cannot receive credit for MU 253 and MUPE 253*

254 - Accompanying
A continuation of MUPE 253. ***Prerequisite: MUPE 253*** *Note: Intended for B.Mus. Piano Performance majors* *Note: Student cannot receive credit for MU 254 and MUPE 254*

270 - Language Diction for Singers
An introduction to language diction for singers. The International Phonetic Alphabet will be used to assist singers with the basic language found in the standard singer's repertoire. *Note: Student cannot receive credit for MU 270 and MUPE 270*

271 - Diction II
The primary goal of the course are to continue the skill of using the International Phoenetic Alphabet 'IPA', to develop the ability to sing with clear, accurate diction in Italian, and French, found in singer's repertoire. Students will develop an awareness of how excellent diction can heighten the quality of a musical performance. *** Prerequisite: Music reading ability, vocal technique class, or the permission of the instructor ***

283 - Choral Conducting
An introduction to choral conducting and rehearsal techniques. Participation in a choral group is required. ***Prerequisite: Music Reading Ability*** *Note: Student cannot receive credit for MU 283 and MUPE 283.*

342 - Instrumental Conducting
An introduction to wind band conducting focusing on baton technique and score study. Participation in a band is required. ***Prerequisite: Music Reading Ability*** *Note: Student cannot receive credit for MU 342 and MUPE 342.*

343 - Piano Literature
Continuation of MUPE 244 ***Prerequisite: MUPE 244***

344 - Piano Literature
Continuation of MUPE 343. This survey course explores the major currents in keyboard literature through the study and analysis of the repertoire of the major composers. Including lectures, listening, and reading assignments, students will examine the key characteristics, musical styles, forms, and performance practices. ***Prerequisite: MUPE 343***

348 - Jazz Improvisation
Development of improvisatory skills in the jazz idiom. Students must be performers on jazz-related instruments. ** Permission of the Department Head is required to register. ** *Note: Student cannot receive credit for MU 348 and MUPE 348.*

353 - Accompanying
Continuation of MUPE 254. ***Prerequisite: MUPE 254*** *Note: Student cannot receive credit for MU 353 and MUPE 353*

354 - Accompanying
Continuation of MUPE 353. ***Prerequisite: MUPE 353*** *Note: Student cannot receive credit for MU 354 and MUPE 354*

361 - Chamber Music Ensemble
Coaching in performance issues and interpretation of selected items of chamber literature. Only a limited number of pianists may register. ***Permission of the instructor is required to register*** *Note: Students cannot receive credit for both MU 361 and MUPE 361*

362 - Chamber Music Ensemble
A continuation of MUPE 361. ***Prerequisite: MUPE 361*** *Note: Student cannot receive credit for MU 362 and MUPE 362*

381 - Opera Workshop
Opera Workshop is open to all students who wish to gain a basic understanding of how to research, prepare, and perform operatic repertoire. Emphasis will be placed on musical preparation and aspects of production. The students will present a public performance of opera scenes at the end of the term. Not offered every year. A continuation of MUPE 281. ***Permission of Department Head is required to register*** *Note: Student cannot receive credit for MU 381 and MUPE 381*

382 - Opera Workshop
A continuation of MUPE 381. ***Prerequisite: MUPE 381*** *Note: Student cannot receive credit for MU 382 and MUPE 382*

442 - Advanced Conducting
Score preparation and reading. Practical experience with actual performing groups. Consideration of more advanced compositions. ***Prerequisite: MUPE 342 or 383, or permission of Department Head*** *Note: Student cannot receive credit for MU 442 and MUPE 442*

443 - Advanced Conducting
A continuation of MUPE 442. ***Prerequisite: MUPE 442*** *Note: Student cannot receive credit for MU 443 and MUPE 443*

451 - Applied Music Lessons
Lessons for post-bac diploma music students. ***Prerequisite: Admission to the Post-Bac program.***

452 - Applied Music Lessons
Lessons for post-bac diploma music students. ***Prerequisite: MUPE 451***

461 - Chamber Music Ensemble
A continuation of MUPE 362. ***Prerequisite: MUPE 362*** *Note: Student cannot receive credit for MU 461 and MUPE 461*

462 - Chamber Music Ensemble
A continuation of MUPE 461. ***Prerequisite: MUPE 461*** *Note: Student cannot receive credit for MU 462 and MUPE 462*

481 - Opera Workshop
A continuation of MUPE 382. ***Prerequisite: MUPE 382*** *Note: Student cannot receive credit for MU 481 and MUPE 481*

 

Music Theory and Analysis Courses

211 - Ear Training I
Study of sight-singing, and melodic and rhythmic dictation. Limited to students majoring in Music, Music Education, and Arts Education. ***Prerequisite: MU 101 or an entrance test in music theory.*** *Note: Students may not receive credit for both MU 121 and MUTH 211.*

212 - Ear Training II
A continuation of MUTH 211, also including recognition of chord types and harmonic progressions. ***Prerequisite: MUTH 211.*** *Note: Students cannot receive credit for both MU 122 and MUTH 212.*

221 - Theory & Analysis I
Introductory approaches to creating and analyzing music in the common-practice-period style. ***Prerequisite: MU 101 or an entrance test in music theory. *** *Note: Students may not receive credit for MU 221 and MUTH 221.*

222 - Theory & Analysis II
A continuation of MUTH 221, progressing to tonicization of V and III, and to analysis of phrase structures. Students may not receive credit for MU 222 and MUTH 222. ***Prerequisite: MUTH 221.***

321 - Theory & Analysis III
A continuation of MUTH 222, including modulation to closely related key areas, chromatic harmony, and analysis of binary and ternary forms. ***Prerequisite: MUTH 212 and MUTH 222.*** *Note: Students may not receive credit for MU 321 and MUTH 321.*

322 - Theory & Analysis IV
A continuation of MUTH 321, including more chromatic harmony, modulation to foreign keys, and an introduction to 20th centry music: its melodic, harmonic, rhythmic, and format procedures. ***Prerequisite: MUTH 321.*** *Note: Students may not receive credit for MU 322 and MUTH 322.*

422 - Analysis of Music Written Since 1900
Theory and analysis of selected music written since c. 1900. ***Prerequisite: MUTH 322*** *Note: Students may not receive credit for MUTH 422 and MU 345*

 

Music Techniques Courses

281 - Functional Piano Techniques I
The development of keyboard proficiency. *Note: Restricted to students in BMus, BMusEd, BEd Arts Education (music major and minor), BEd Secondary Education (music major and minor), and BA Fine Arts (music). Cannot receive credit for both MU 181 and MUTQ 181.*

283 - Vocal Technique
Students will learn basic techniques for healthy vocal production, and how to apply those techniques and/or teach them in the classroom, the choir rehearsal, or the private voice studio. Vocal physiology, acoustics and other vocal issues will be examined, along with in-class performing. *Note: Students cannot receive credit for both MU 183 and MUTQ 283*

284 - String Techniques
Techniques of all string instruments. *Note: Restricted to students in BMus, BMusEd, BEd Arts Education (music major and minor), BEd Secondary Education (music major and minor), and BA in Fine Arts (music)* *Note: Students cannot receive credit for both MU 184 and MUTQ 284*

285 - Woodwind Techniques
Techniques of all woodwind instruments. * Restricted to students in BMus, BMusEd, BEd Arts Education (music major and minor), BEd Secondary Education (music major and minor), and BA in Fine Arts (music). * *Note: Students cannot receive credit for both MU 185 and MUTQ 285.*

286 - Brass Techniques
Techniques of all brass instruments. An in-depth look at methods and practices of teaching brass players. The addition of a 'lab band' will aid students in giving practical experience in teaching of brass players. This will provide the practical and vital experience in teaching and playing brass instruments before internship or work with an ensemble. *Note: Restricted to students in BMus, BMusEd, BEd Arts Education (music major and minor), BEd Secondary Education (music major and minor), and BA in Fine Arts (music).* *Note: Students cannot receive credit for both MU 186 and MUTQ 286.*

287 - Percussion Techniques
Basic techniques for playing and teaching all percussion instruments used in bands and orchestras. Practical emphasis will be placed on snare drum, mallet instruments, timpani, and drum set. * Restricted to students in BMus, BMusEd, BEd Arts Education (music major and minor), BEd Secondary Education (music major and minor), and BA in Fine Arts (music). * *Note: Students cannot receive credit for both MU 187 and MUTQ 287.*

288 - Jazz Ensemble Techniques
Direction of jazz ensembles and interpretation of jazz phrasing and styles. *Note: Restricted to students in BMus, BMusEd, BEd Arts Education (music major and minor), BEd Secondary Education (music major and minor) and BA with a major in music.* *Note: Students cannot receive credit for both MU 188 and MUTQ 188.*

385 - Woodwind Techniques
Continuation of MUTQ 285. Students will specialize in one instrument, but not in their major. ***Prerequisite: MUTQ 285*** *Note: Students cannot receive credit for both MU 285 and MUTQ 385*

386 - Brass Techniques
Continuation of MUTQ 286. Students will specialize in one instrument, but not in their major. ***Prerequisite: MUTQ 286*** *Note: Students cannot receive credit for both MU 286 and MUTQ 386*

388 - Jazz Band Styles and Analysis
A continuation of MUTQ 288, including more in-depth study of jazz score analysis and styles. Students will also examine instructon and performances standards with a jazz band. *** Prerequisite: MUTQ 288 or permission of Department Head *** *Note: Students cannot receive credit for both MU 288 and MUTQ 388.*

 

Music Instrument Courses

 

Baritone

 

Bass Clarinet

131 - Applied Music Bass Clarinet
** Permission of the Department Head is required to register. **

132 - Applied Music Bass Clarinet
*** Prerequisite: MUBC 131 ***

231 - Applied Music Bass Clarinet
*** Prerequisite: MUBC 132 ***

232 - Applied Music Bass Clarinet
*** Prerequisite: MUBC 231 ***

241 - Applied Music Bass Clarinet
*** Prerequisite: MUBC 132 ***

242 - Applied Music Bass Clarinet
*** Prerequisite: MUBC 241 ***

331 - Applied Music Bass Clarinet
*** Prerequisite: MUBC 232 ***

332 - Applied Music Bass Clarinet
*** Prerequisite: MUBC 331 ***

339 - Recital - Bass Clarinet
A public recital on bass clarnet. For the student completing recital requirements in the BMUS composition, music history, and in the BMUS Ed program.

341 - Applied Music Bass Clarinet
*** Prerequisites: MUTH 212 and MUBC 242 ***

349 - Recital - Bass Clarinet
A public recital on the bass clarinet. For students in BMus program performance concentration. This recital is given in the third year of study

431 - Applied Music Bass Clarinet
*** Prerequisite: MUBC 332 ***

441 - Applied Music Bass Clarinet
*** Prerequisite: MUBC 341 ***

 

Bassoon

131 - Applied Music Bassoon
** Permission of the Department Head is required to register. **

132 - Applied Music Bassoon
*** Prerequisite: MUBN 131 ***

231 - Applied Music Bassoon
*** Prerequisite: MUBN 132 ***

232 - Applied Music Bassoon
*** Prerequisite: MUBN 231 ***

241 - Applied Music Bassoon
*** Prerequisite: MUBN 132 ***

242 - Applied Music Bassoon
*** Prerequisite: MUBN 241 ***

331 - Applied Music Bassoon
*** Prerequisite: MUBN 232 ***

332 - Applied Music Bassoon
*** Prerequisite: MUBN 331 ***

339 - Recital - Bassoon
A public recital on the bassoon. For the student completing recital requirements in the BMUS composition, music history, and in the BMUS Ed program.

341 - Applied Music Bassoon
*** Prerequisites: MUTH 212 and MUBN 242 ***

349 - Recital - Bassoon
A public recital on the bassoon. For students in BMus program performance concentration. This recital is given in the third year of study.

431 - Applied Music Bassoon
*** Prerequisite: MUBN 332 ***

441 - Applied Music Bassoon
*** Prerequisite: MU 309 ***

449 - Recital - Bassoon
A one-hour public recital on the bassoon. For students in the Bmus program concentration in performance. This recital is to be given in the final year of study.

 

Clarinet

131 - Applied Music Clarinet
** Permission of the Department Head is required to register. **

132 - Applied Music Clarinet
*** Prerequisite: MUCL 131 ***

231 - Applied Music Clarinet
*** Prerequisite: MUCL 132 ***

232 - Applied Music Clarinet
*** Prerequisite: MUCL 231 ***

241 - Applied Music Clarinet
*** Prerequisite: MUCL 132 ***

242 - Applied Music Clarinet
*** Prerequisite: MUCL 241 ***

331 - Applied Music Clarinet
*** Prerequisite: MUCL 232 ***

332 - Applied Music Clarinet
*** Prerequisite: MUCL 331 ***

339 - Recital - Music Clarinet
A public recital on the clarinet. For the student completing recital requirements in the BMUS composition, music history, and in the BMusEd program.

341 - Applied Music Clarinet
*** Prerequisites: MUTH 212 and MUCL 242 ***

349 - Recital - Clarinet
A public recital on the clarinet. For students in BMus program performance concentration. This recital is given in the third year of study.

431 - Applied Music Clarinet
*** Prerequisite: MUCL 332 ***

441 - Applied Music Clarinet
*** Prerequisite: MU 309 ***

449 - Recital - Clarinet
A one hour recital on the clarinet. For students in the Bmus program concetnration in performance. This recital is to be given in the final year of study.

 

Bass

131 - Applied Music Bass
** Permission of the Department Head is required to register. **

132 - Applied Music Bass
*** Prerequisite: MUDB 131 ***

231 - Applied Music Bass
*** Prerequisite: MUDB 132 ***

232 - Applied Music Bass
*** Prerequisite: MUDB 231 ***

241 - Applied Music Bass
*** Prerequisite: MUDB 132 ***

242 - Applied Music Bass
*** Prerequisite: MUDB 241 ***

331 - Applied Music Bass
*** Prerequisites: MUTH 212 and MUDB 232 ***

332 - Applied Music Bass
*** Prerequisite: MUDB 331 ***

339 - Recital - Bass
A public recital on the bass. For the student completing recital requirements in the BMUS composition, music history, and in the BMUS Ed program.

341 - Applied Music Bass
*** Prerequisites: MUTH 212 and MUDB 242 ***

349 - Recital - Bass
A public recital on the bass. For students in BMus program performance concentration. This recital is given in the third year of study.

431 - Applied Music Bass
*** Prerequisite: MUDB 332 ***

441 - Applied Music Bass
*** Prerequisite: MU 309 ***

449 - Recital - Bass
A one-hour public recital on the bass. For students in the Bmus program concentration in performance. This recital is to be given in the final year of study.

 

Flute

131 - Applied Music Flute
** Permission of the Department Head is required to register. **

132 - Applied Music Flute
*** Prerequisite: MUFL 131 ***

231 - Applied Music Flute
*** Prerequisite: MUFL 132 ***

232 - Applied Music Flute
*** Prerequisite: MUFL 231 ***

241 - Applied Music Flute
*** Prerequisite: MUFL 132 ***

242 - Applied Music Flute
*** Prerequisite: MUFL 241 ***

331 - Applied Music Flute
*** Prerequisites: MUTH 212 and MUFL 232 ***

332 - Applied Music Flute
*** Prerequisite: MUFL 331 ***

339 - Recital - Flute
A public recital on the flute. For the student completing recital requirements in the BMUS composition, music history, and in the BMUS Ed program.

341 - Applied Music Flute
*** Prerequisites: MUTH 212 and MUFL 242 ***

349 - Recital - Flute
A public recital on the flute. For students in BMus program performance concentration. This recital is given in the third year of study.

431 - Applied Music Flute
*** Prerequisite: MUFL 332 ***

441 - Applied Music Flute
***Prerequisite: MUFL 349.***

449 - Recital - Flute
A one-hour public recital on the flute. For students in the Bmus program concentration in performance. This recital is to be given in the final year of study.

 

Guitar

131 - Applied Music Guitar
** Permission of the Department Head is required to register. **

132 - Applied Music Guitar
*** Prerequisite: MUGR 131 ***

231 - Applied Music Guitar
*** Prerequisite: MUGR 132 ***

232 - Applied Music Guitar
*** Prerequisite: MUGR 231 ***

241 - Applied Music Guitar
*** Prerequisite: MUGR 132 ***

242 - Applied Music Guitar
*** Prerequisite: MUGR 241 ***

331 - Applied Music Guitar
*** Prerequisites: MUTH 212 and MUGR 232 ***

332 - Applied Music Guitar
*** Prerequisite: MUGR 331 ***

339 - Recital - Guitar
A public recital on the guitar. For the student completing recital requirements in the BMUS composition, music history, and in the BMUS Ed program.

341 - Applied Music Guitar
*** Prerequisites: MUTH 212 and MUGR 242 ***

349 - Recital - Guitar
A public recital on the guitar. For students in BMus program performance concentration. This recital is given in the third year of study.

431 - Applied Music Guitar
*** Prerequisite: MUGR 332 ***

441 - Applied Music Guitar
***Prerequisite: MUGR 349.***

449 - Recital - Guitar
A one-hour public recital on the guitar. For students in the Bmus program concentration in performance. This recital is to be given in the final year of study.

 

Harpsichord

131 - Applied Music Harpsichord
** Permission of the Department Head is required to register. **

132 - Applied Music Harpsichord
*** Prerequisite: MUHD 131 ***

231 - Applied Music Harpsichord
*** Prerequisite: MUHD 132 ***

232 - Applied Music Harpsichord
*** Prerequisite: MUHD 231 ***

241 - Applied Music Harpsichord
*** Prerequisite: MUHD 132 ***

242 - Applied Music Harpsichord
*** Prerequisite: MUHD 241 ***

331 - Applied Music Harpsichord
*** Prerequisites: MUTH 212 and MUHD 232 ***

332 - Applied Music Harpsichord
*** Prerequisite: MUHD 331 ***

349 - Recital - Harpsichord
A public recital on the harpsichord. For students in BMus program performance concentration. This recital is given in the third year of study.

 

Horn

131 - Applied Music Horn
** Permission of the Department Head is required to register. **

132 - Applied Music Horn
*** Prerequisite: MUHN 131 ***

231 - Applied Music Horn
*** Prerequisite: MUHN 132 ***

232 - Applied Music Horn
*** Prerequisite: MUHN 231 ***

241 - Applied Music Horn
*** Prerequisite: MUHN 132 ***

242 - Applied Music Horn
*** Prerequisite: MUHN 241 ***

331 - Applied Music Horn
*** Prerequisites: MUTH 212 and MUHN 232 ***

332 - Applied Music Horn
*** Prerequisite: MUHN 331 ***

339 - Recital - Horn
A public recital on the horn. For the student completing recital requirements in the BMUS composition, music history, and in the BMUS Ed program.

341 - Applied Music Horn
*** Prerequisites: MUTH 212 and MUHN 242 ***

349 - Recital - Horn
A public recital on the horn. For students in BMus program performance concentration. This recital is given in the third year of study.

431 - Applied Music Horn
*** Prerequisite: MUHN 332 ***

441 - Applied Music Horn
***Prerequisite: MUHN 349.***

449 - Recital - Horn
A one-hour public recital on the horn. For students in the Bmus program concentration in performance. This recital is to be given in the final year of study.

 

Oboe

131 - Applied Music Oboe
** Permission of the Department Head is required to register. **

132 - Applied Music Oboe
*** Prerequisite: MUOB 131 ***

231 - Applied Music Oboe
*** Prerequisite: MUOB 132 ***

232 - Applied Music Oboe
*** Prerequisite: MUOB 231 ***

241 - Applied Music Oboe
*** Prerequisite: MUOB 132 ***

242 - Applied Music Oboe
*** Prerequisite: MUOB 241 ***

331 - Applied Music Oboe
*** Prerequisites: MUTH 212 and MUOB 232 ***

332 - Applied Music Oboe
*** Prerequisite: MUOB 331 ***

339 - Recital - Oboe
A public recital on the oboe. For the student completing recital requirements in the BMUS composition, music history, and in the BMUS Ed program.

341 - Applied Music Oboe
*** Prerequisites: MUTH 212 and MUOB 242 ***

349 - Recital - Oboe
A public recital on the oboe. For students in BMus program performance concentration. This recital is given in the third year of study.

431 - Applied Music Oboe
*** Prerequisite: MUOB 332 ***

441 - Applied Music Oboe
***Prerequisite: MUOB 349.***

449 - Recital - Oboe
A one-hour public recital on the oboe. For students in the Bmus program concentration in performance. This recital is to be given in the final year of study.

 

Organ

131 - Applied Music Organ
** Permission of the Department Head is required to register. **

132 - Applied Music Organ
*** Prerequisite: MUOR 131 ***

231 - Applied Music Organ
*** Prerequisite: MUOR 132 ***

232 - Applied Music Organ
*** Prerequisite: MUOR 231 ***

241 - Applied Music Organ
*** Prerequisite: MUOR 132 ***

242 - Applied Music Organ
*** Prerequisite: MUOR 241 ***

331 - Applied Music Organ
*** Prerequisites: MUTH 212 and MUOR 232 ***

332 - Applied Music Organ
*** Prerequisite: MUOR 331 ***

339 - Recital - Organ
A public recital on the organ. For the student completing recital requirements in the BMUS composition, music history, and in the BMUS Ed program.

341 - Applied Music Organ
*** Prerequisites: MUTH 212 and MUOR 242 ***

349 - Recital - Organ
A public recital on the organ. For students in BMus program performance concentration. This recital is given in the third year of study.

431 - Applied Music Organ
*** Prerequisite: MUOR 332 ***

441 - Applied Music Organ
***Prerequisite: MUOR 349.***

449 - Recital - Organ
A one-hour public recital on the organ. For students in the Bmus program concentration in performance. This recital is to be given in the final year of study.

 

Percussion

131 - Applied Music Percussion
** Permission of the Department Head is required to register. **

132 - Applied Music Percussion
*** Prerequisite: MUPC 131 ***

231 - Applied Music Percussion
*** Prerequisite: MUPC 132 ***

232 - Applied Music Percussion
*** Prerequisite: MUPC 231 ***

241 - Applied Music Percussion
*** Prerequisite: MUPC 132 ***

242 - Applied Music Percussion
*** Prerequisite: MUPC 241 ***

331 - Applied Music Percussion
*** Prerequisites: MUTH 212 and MUPC 232 ***

332 - Applied Music Percussion
*** Prerequisite: MUPC 331 ***

339 - Recital - Percussion
A public recital on percussion instruments. For the student completing recital requirements in the BMUS composition, music history, and in the BMUS Ed program.

341 - Applied Music Percussion
*** Prerequisites: MUTH 212 and MUPC 242 ***

349 - Recital - Percussion
A public recital on percussion instruments. For students in BMus program performance concentration. This recital is given in the third year of study.

431 - Applied Music Percussion
*** Prerequisite: MUPC 332 ***

441 - Applied Music Percussion
***Prerequisite: MUPC 349.***

449 - Recital - Percussion
A one-hour public recital on the percussion. For students in the Bmus program concentration in performance. This recital is to be given in the final year of study.

 

Piano

121 - Applied Music Piano
** Permission of the Department Head is required to register. **

131 - Applied Music Piano
** Permission of the Department Head is required to register. **

132 - Applied Music Piano
*** Prerequisite: MUPI 131 ***

231 - Applied Music Piano
*** Prerequisite: MUPI 132 ***

232 - Applied Music Piano
*** Prerequisite: MUPI 231 ***

241 - Applied Music Piano
*** Prerequisite: MUPI 132 ***

242 - Applied Music Piano
*** Prerequisite: MUPI 241 ***

331 - Applied Music Piano
*** Prerequisites: MUTH 212 and MUPI 232 ***

332 - Applied Music Piano
*** Prerequisite: MUPI 331 ***

339 - Recital - Piano
A public recital on the piano. For the student completing recital requirements in the BMUS composition, music history, and in the BMUS Ed program.

341 - Applied Music Piano
*** Prerequisites: MUTH 212 and MUPI 242 ***

349 - Recital - Piano
A public recital on piano. For students in BMus program performance concentration. This recital is given in the third year of study.

431 - Applied Music Piano
*** Prerequisite: MUPI 332 ***

432 - Applied Music Piano
*** Prerequisite: MUPI 431 ***

441 - Applied Music Piano
***Prerequisite: MUPI 349.***

449 - Recital - Piano
A one-hour public recital on piano. For students in the Bmus program concentration in performance. This recital is to be given in the final year of study.

 

Saxophone

131 - Applied Music Saxophone
** Permission of the Department Head is required to register. **

132 - Applied Music Saxophone
*** Prerequisite: MUSX 131 ***

231 - Applied Music Saxophone
*** Prerequisite: MUSX 132 ***

232 - Applied Music Saxophone
*** Prerequisite: MUSX 231 ***

241 - Applied Music Saxophone
*** Prerequisite: MUSX 132 ***

242 - Applied Music Saxophone
*** Prerequisite: MUSX 241 ***

331 - Applied Music Saxophone
*** Prerequisites: MUTH 212 and MUSX 232 ***

332 - Applied Music Saxophone
*** Prerequisite: MUSX 331 ***

339 - Recital - Saxophone
A public recital on the saxophone. For the student completing recital requirements in the BMUS composition, music history, and in the BMUS Ed program.

341 - Applied Music Saxophone
*** Prerequisites: MUTH 212 and MUSX 242 ***

349 - Recital - Saxophone
A public recital on the saxophone. For students in BMus program performance concentration. This recital is given in the third year of study.

431 - Applied Music Saxophone
*** Prerequisite: MUSX 332 ***

441 - Applied Music Saxophone
***Prerequisite: MUSX 349.***

449 - Recital - Saxophone
A one-hour public recital on the saxophone. For students in the BMus program concentration in performance. This recital is to be given in the final year of study.

 

Trombone

131 - Applied Music Trombone
** Permission of the Department Head is required to register. **

132 - Applied Music Trombone
*** Prerequisite: MUTB 131 ***

231 - Applied Music Trombone
*** Prerequisite: MUTB 132 ***

232 - Applied Music Trombone
*** Prerequisite: MUTB 231 ***

241 - Applied Music Trombone
*** Prerequisite: MUTB 132 ***

242 - Applied Music Trombone
*** Prerequisite: MUTB 241 ***

331 - Applied Music Trombone
*** Prerequisites: MUTH 212 and MUTB 232 ***

332 - Applied Music Trombone
*** Prerequisite: MUTB 331 ***

339 - Recital - Trombone
A public recital on the trombone. For the student completing recital requirements in the BMUS composition, music history, and in the BMUS Ed program.

341 - Applied Music Trombone
*** Prerequisites: MUTH 212 and MUTB 242 ***

349 - Recital - Trombone
A public recital on the trombone. For students in BMus program performance concentration. This recital is given in the third year of study.

431 - Applied Music Trombone
*** Prerequisite: MUTB 332 ***

432 - Applied Music Trombone
*** Prerequisite: MUTB 431 ***

441 - Applied Music Trombone
***Prerequisite: MUTB 349.***

449 - Recital - Trombone
A one-hour public recital on the trombone. For students in the BMus program concentration in performance. This recital is to be given in the final year of study.

 

Trumpet

131 - Applied Music Trumpet
** Permission of the Department Head is required to register. **

132 - Applied Music Trumpet
*** Prerequisite: MUTP 131 ***

231 - Applied Music Trumpet
*** Prerequisite: MUTP 132 ***

232 - Applied Music Trumpet
*** Prerequisite: MUTP 231 ***

241 - Applied Music Trumpet
*** Prerequisite: MUTP 132 ***

242 - Applied Music Trumpet
*** Prerequisite: MUTP 241 ***

331 - Applied Music Trumpet
*** Prerequisites: MUTH 212 and MUTP 232 ***

332 - Applied Music Trumpet
*** Prerequisite: MUTP 331 ***

339 - Recital - Trumpet
A public recital on the trumpet. For the student completing recital requirements in the BMUS composition, music history, and in the BMUS Ed program.

341 - Applied Music Trumpet
*** Prerequisites: MUTH 212 and MUTP 242 ***

349 - Recital - Trumpet
A public recital on the trumpet. For students in BMus program performance concentration. This recital is given in the third year of study.

431 - Applied Music Trumpet
*** Prerequisite: MUTP 332 ***

441 - Applied Music Trumpet
***Prerequisite: MUTP 349.***

449 - Recital - Trumpet
A one-hour public recital on the trumpet. For students in the BMus program concentration in performance. This recital is to be given in the final year of study.

 

Tuba

131 - Applied Music Tuba
** Permission of the Department Head is required to register. **

132 - Applied Music Tuba
*** Prerequisite: MUTU 131 ***

231 - Applied Music Tuba
*** Prerequisite: MUTU 132 ***

232 - Applied Music Tuba
*** Prerequisite: MUTU 231 ***

241 - Applied Music Tuba
*** Prerequisite: MUTU 132 ***

242 - Applied Music Tuba
*** Prerequisite: MUTU 241 ***

331 - Applied Music Tuba
*** Prerequisites: MUTH 212 and MUTU 232 ***

332 - Applied Music Tuba
*** Prerequisite: MUTU 331 ***

339 - Recital - Tuba
A public recital on the tuba. For the student completing recital requirements in the BMUS composition, music history, and in the BMUS Ed program.

341 - Applied Music Tuba
*** Prerequisites: MUTH 212 and MUTU 242 ***

349 - Recital - Tuba
A public recital on the tuba. For students in BMus program performance concentration. This recital is given in the third year of study.

431 - Applied Music Tuba
*** Prerequisite: MUTU 332 ***

441 - Applied Music Tuba
***Prerequisite: MUTU 349.***

449 - Recital - Tuba
A one-hour public recital on the tuba. For students in the BMus program concentration in performance. This recital is to be given in the final year of study.

 

Viola

131 - Applied Music Viola
** Permission of the Department Head is required to register. **

132 - Applied Music Viola
*** Prerequisite: MUVA 131 ***

231 - Applied Music Viola
*** Prerequisite: MUVA 132 ***

232 - Applied Music Viola
*** Prerequisite: MUVA 231 ***

241 - Applied Music Viola
*** Prerequisite: MUVA 132 ***

242 - Applied Music Viola
*** Prerequisite: MUVA 241 ***

331 - Applied Music Viola
*** Prerequisites: MUTH 212 and MUVA 232 ***

332 - Applied Music Viola
*** Prerequisite: MUVA 331 ***

339 - Recital - Viola
A public recital on the viola. For the student completing recital requirements in the BMUS composition, music history, and in the BMUS Ed program.

341 - Applied Music Viola
*** Prerequisites: MUTH 212 and MUVA 242 ***

349 - Recital - Viola
A public recital on the viola. For students in BMus program performance concentration. This recital is given in the third year of study.

431 - Applied Music Viola
*** Prerequisite: MUVA 332 ***

441 - Applied Music Viola
***Prerequisite: MUVA 349.***

449 - Recital - Viola
A one-hour public recital on the viola. For students in the BMus program concentration in performance. This recital is to be given in the final year of study.

 

Violoncello

131 - Applied Music Violoncello
** Permission of the Department Head is required to register. **

132 - Applied Music Violoncello
*** Prerequisite: MUVC 131 ***

231 - Applied Music Violoncello
*** Prerequisite: MUVC 132 ***

232 - Applied Music Violoncello
*** Prerequisite: MUVC 231 ***

241 - Applied Music Violoncello
*** Prerequisite: MUVC 132 ***

242 - Applied Music Violoncello
*** Prerequisite: MUVC 241 ***

331 - Applied Music Violoncello
*** Prerequisites: MUTH 212 and MUVC 232 ***

332 - Applied Music Violoncello
*** Prerequisite: MUVC 331 ***

339 - Recital - Violocello
A public recital on the violocello. For the student completing recital requirements in the BMUS composition, music history, and in the BMUS Ed program.

341 - Applied Music Violoncello
*** Prerequisites: MUTH 212 and MUVC 242 ***

349 - Recital - Violocello
A public recital on the violocello. For students in BMus program performance concentration. This recital is given in the third year of study.

431 - Applied Music Violoncello
*** Prerequisite: MUVC 332 ***

441 - Applied Music Violoncello
***Prerequisite: MUVC 349.***

449 - Recital - Violocello
A one-hour public recital on the violocello. For students in the BMus program concentration in performance. This recital is to be given in the final year of study.

 

Violin

131 - Applied Music Violin
** Permission of the Department Head is required to register. **

132 - Applied Music Violin
*** Prerequisite: MUVN 131 ***

231 - Applied Music Violin
*** Prerequisite: MUVN 132 ***

232 - Applied Music Violin
*** Prerequisite: MUVN 231 ***

241 - Applied Music Violin
*** Prerequisite: MUVN 132 ***

242 - Applied Music Violin
*** Prerequisite: MUVN 241 ***

331 - Applied Music Violin
*** Prerequisites: MUTH 212 and MUVN 232 ***

332 - Applied Music Violin
*** Prerequisite: MUVN 331 ***

339 - Recital - Violin
A public recital on the violin. For the student completing recital requirements in the BMUS composition, music history, and in the BMUS Ed program.

341 - Applied Music Violin
*** Prerequisites: MUTH 212 and MUVN 242 ***

349 - Recital - Violin
A public recital on the violin. For students in BMus program performance concentration. This recital is given in the third year of study.

431 - Applied Music Violin
*** Prerequisite: MUVN 332 ***

441 - Applied Music Violin
***Prerequisite: MUVN 349.***

449 - Recital - Violin
A one-hour public recital on the violin. For students in the BMus program concentration in performance. This recital is to be given in the final year of study.

 

Voice

131 - Applied Music Voice
** Permission of the Department Head is required to register. **

132 - Applied Music Voice
*** Prerequisite: MUVO 131 ***

231 - Applied Music Voice
*** Prerequisite: MUVO 132 ***

232 - Applied Music Voice
*** Prerequisite: MUVO 231 ***

241 - Applied Music Voice
*** Prerequisite: MUVO 132 ***

242 - Applied Music Voice
*** Prerequisite: MUVO 241 ***

331 - Applied Music Voice
*** Prerequisites: MUTH 212 and MUVO 232 ***

339 - Recital - Voice
A public voice recital. For the student completing recital requirements in the BMUS composition, music history, and in the BMUS Ed program.

341 - Applied Music Voice
*** Prerequisites: MUTH 212 and MUVO 242 ***

349 - Recital - Voice
A public voice recital. For students in BMus program performance concentration. This recital is given in the third year of study.

441 - Applied Music Voice
***Prerequisite: MUVO 349.***

449 - Recital - Voice
A one-hour public voice recital. For students in the BMus program concentration in performance. This recital is to be given in the final year of study.