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The live audition is an opportunity for you to showcase your current level of musicianship, potential for growth, and readiness to succeed in our unique learning environment. We focus on performance, improvisation, sight-reading, and ear training because we seek students who are prepared to study and master all elements of their craft.If you are interested in applying for the Bachelor of Arts program, visit the interview guidelines page to learn about the live assessment.




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Thanks to you (you are my only teacher) in only a few months I've gone from very basic beginner pieces to having just completed learning Bach's Gavottes 1&2 in good form and execution. As a non-classical electric guitarist who has always used a pick and never his fingers, this has been no small feat!


Prerequisite: MUSIC 4B. Playing skills and techniques necessary to prepare for the piano proficiency examinations required of all music majors. Continuation of MUSIC 4B. Continuing enrollment in MUSIC 4C is required until the piano proficiency exam is passed. Letter grade only. (Course fee, $20) (Formerly MUSIC 136S)


Study of idiomatic music writing for standard woodwind, brass, keyboard, percussion, and string instruments. Practice and study of music notation, including both handwritten and computer notation. Notation of standard and extended techniques for all common musical instruments.


Continued development of guitar skills for the general music teacher. Intermediate group instruction on the acoustic guitar with focus on techniques and materials appropriate for accompanying classroom music. Topics include chord structures, strumming, picking style, and fingering techniques.


Prerequisites: MUSIC 41, passed piano proficiency. Study of techniques and materials appropriate for teaching class piano to beginners in elementary school, middle school, high school, and community college music classrooms.


Prerequisite: MUSIC 58. Advanced instrumental conducting and score reading; rehearsal techniques; problems in tempo, balance, style, and phrasing; mixed meters and other contemporary problems. Assigned projects in conducting.


Prerequisite: MUSIC 58. Advanced choral conducting and score reading; rehearsal techniques; problems in tempo, balance, style, and phrasing; mixed meters and other contemporary problems. Assigned projects in conducting.


Prerequisite: MUSIC 43. Junior music major. Basic rehearsal techniques for small and large ensembles of the secondary and collegiate levels. Survey of pedagogical concepts, performance practices, and performance repertory for jazz ensembles.


Principles, playing and teaching procedures, and materials for teaching individual instrumental (flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn, trumpet, trombone, tuba, violin, viola, violoncello, contrabass, harp, guitar, percussion) lessons to students of varying skill and artistic levels.


Exploration of the teaching techniques specific to each student's primary instrument through study of appropriate literature and practical application of teaching through guided lessons. Study of the appropriate repertoire: beginner through advanced level. Learning objectives include being able to choose and plan pupil's development through their repertoire, organize the instruction in clear and efficient manner, find an individual approach matching each pupil's strength and abilities, and give clear instruction for the homework. This topic may not be repeated for credit. (Offered Spring 2023)


Prerequisites: passed piano proficiency; MUSIC 43, MUSIC 158A or MUSIC 158B. Principles, choral techniques, literature, and materials for use in vocal music programs in the public schools. (Expenses for off-campus visits will be incurred by student.)


Prerequisites: Passed Piano Proficiency, MUSIC 42, MUSIC 4D, MUSIC 119, MUSIC 158B. Co-requisite: MUSIC 179. Practice conducting and rehearsal techniques for Secondary Choral setting. Study in score analysis, influence of conducting gesture, diagnosis and solving of vocal issues, error detection. CR/NC grading only.


Prerequisite: MUSIC 155. Basic overview of materials, techniques, and procedures applicable to the choral experience at the elementary level. Topics include conducting for the elementary school choral director, vocal pedagogy for children, and a survey of appropriate choral literature.


Bibliography, sources, and research techniques necessary for graduate study in music. Individual projects and research; satisfies graduate writing requirement. Required of all students working for the master's degree in music.


Prerequisite: MUSIC 220. Historical, curricular, and philosophical foundations of music education. Research in learning theories, teaching strategies, and concept development. Evaluation of contemporary trends and techniques in methodology.


Open only to master's degree students majoring in composition. Prerequisite: MUSIC 220. Individually directed studies in composition with contemporary techniques of an extended work equivalent in substance to a sonata, cantata, or other composition of major proportions. Approved for RP grading.


Course Objectives: By the end of the semester, students should be able to:1.Express clear musical ideas through physical gestures. This includes the ability to master the basic conducting patterns; rhythmic, dynamic, and articulation functions; and basic cueing techniques.2.Provide aural analysis and error identification.3.Understand basic score analysis for choral performance.4.Understand basic rehearsal procedures.5.Develop aural skills to communicate musical ideas with efficiency.


Prerequisites: 1) Audition that demonstrates close-to-performance level accomplishment or better, with two or more contrasting, well-prepared pieces(s) selected from standard keyboard repertoire. 2) Satisfactory performance in musicianship placement test and intent to major in music; or have already declared major in music


Student Learning Outcomes: Apply selected analytical techniques to a work of popular music.Compose, perform, record and/or share publicly an original work of popular musicPresent in the form of a paper and/or lecture conclusions drawn from analysis


3. Therefore the Consilium set up to implement the Constitution on the Liturgy, on the instructions of the Holy Father, has carefully considered these questions and prepared the present Instruction. This does not, however, gather together all the legislation on sacred music; it only establishes the principal norms which seem to be more necessary for our own day. It is, as it were, a continuation and complement of the preceding Instruction of this Sacred Congregation, prepared by this same Consilium on 26 September 1964, for the correct implementation of the Liturgy Constitution.


41. In accordance with the norm of the Constitution on the Liturgy and the centuries-old tradition of the Latin rite, the Latin language is to be retained for clerics celebrating the Divine Office in choir.[24] Since however the same Liturgy Constitution[25] concedes the use of the vernacular in the Divine Office both by the faithful and by nuns and other members of Institutes professing the evangelical virtues, who are not clerics, due care should be taken that melodies are prepared which may be used in the singing of the Divine Office in the vernacular.


Learn to read simple melodies, music and chords, tune your guitar, and play chords and songs. Study major & minor pentatonic scales: major, minor and power chords. An enjoyable introduction to playing the guitar. Must bring own guitar. Bring acoustic guitar to first class. An excellent class for the beginner to get started in the world of guitar playing. This class will cover the parts of the guitar, finger stretching exercises, the C scale plus one, three and four chord progressions, bite abd rest value identification, basic rhythm/strum patterns and much more. Additional Materials: Personal guitar.only!Learn MoreView All Class OfferingsNo feed found with the ID 1. 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