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MUS 1101 - Introduction to Music

Fundamentals of music theory including notation of pitches, rhythms, scales, intervals, triads and chords.

MUS 1102 - Introduction to Aural Skills

Fundamentals of sight singing, dictation, ear training including reading, hearing and notating rhythms, melodies and intervals.

MUS 1103 - Sight-Singing for Singers

Developing and understanding of solfeggio through the practice and drill of singing exercises utilizing the syllables and hand signals of Solmization to recognize the notes, rhythms and intervals important to basic sight-reading skills.

MUS 1109 - Introduction to Music Education

Aspects of professional music teaching and pedagogy including teaching methodologies and philosophies; elements of learning and teaching; variety of professional organizations and their resources will be introduced.

MUS 1110 - Music Technology for Music Majors

Introduction to technology resources used by music majors and future musicians. Typical music studio set-up. Sinclair systems, music notation software, MIDI and digital audio recording.

MUS 1111 - Music Theory I

First in a sequence of four music theory courses. Focus placed on diatonic melodic and harmonic structures, including scales and modes, intervals, tonality and keys, melodic organization, voice leading, instrument and voice ranges, transposition, triads and seventh chords. Activities include musical composition, analysis, listening, discussion and computer work.

MUS 1112 - Aural Skills I

First in a sequence of four aural skills courses. Focus placed on diatonic melodic and harmonic structures within a more basic rhythmic environment. Practical transcription and singing skills are systematically studied. Activities include dictation of intervals, chords, melodies, harmonic progressions and rhythms, as well as singing of intervals, melodies and rhythms.

MUS 1113 - Music Theory II

Second in a sequence of four music theory courses. Focus placed on diatonic and chromatic melodic and harmonic structures, including voice leading, seventh chords, modulation, secondary dominant-functioning chords and binary and ternary forms. Activities include musical composition, analysis, listening, discussion and computer work.

MUS 1114 - Aural Skills II

Second in a sequence of four aural skills courses. Focus placed on diatonic melodic and harmonic structures within a more challenging rhythmic environment. Practical transcription and singing skills systematically studied. Activities include interval, chord, melodic, harmonic progression and rhythm dictation, as well as singing of intervals, melodies and rhythms.

MUS 1115 - Piano for Music Majors I

First semester of a four-semester sequence for nonpianist music majors. Instruction in correct piano playing techniques with emphasis on skills needed by future music educators.

MUS 1116 - Piano for Music Majors II

Second semester of a four-semester sequence for nonpianist music majors. Continued instruction in correct piano playing techniques with emphasis on early intermediate repertoire. The integration of circle of fifths with the playing of all major and minor scales, chords and arpeggios is also stressed.

MUS 1117 - Vocal Diction I

Italian and German diction, studied with emphasis on correct pronunciation, with regard to clarity, expressiveness, fundamentals of the International Phonetic Alphabet and sound production as applied to singing and reading.

MUS 1118 - Vocal Diction II

German and French diction, studied with emphasis on correct pronunciation, with regard to clarity, expressiveness, fundamentals of the International Phonetic Alphabet and sound production as applied to singing and reading.

MUS 1119 - Secondary Voice

Private instruction in Applied Voice is given on the basis of one credit for 30-minute lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of 45 minutes per day of practice. Repertoire and technical requirements vary per term, according to the singing ability of the student. Secondary Voice is the required minor instrument for pianists and organists who are seeking an associate degree in music. Four semesters are required; MUS 1119 is the first of these.

MUS 1121 - Music Appreciation

Basic parameters of music through a survey of styles from Gregorian Chant to jazz and current popular styles focusing on melody, rhythm, harmony, performance media and form.

MUS 1122 - History of Pop/Rock Music

The musical reasons and social conditions under which pop music and rock music have developed, with particular emphasis on music from 1955 until the present. The personalities, events and music that shaped this music and which continue to evolve today.

MUS 1123 - World Music

A course that describes and analyzes historical-social elements of western culture, non-western culture, and the global interdependence of groups and individuals as seen in the music(s) of these various cultures.

MUS 1131 - Chorale

Large select SATB (soprano-alto-tenor-bass)choral ensemble specializing in the performance of significant choral repertoire representing varied styles, historical periods and languages. School and public performances required.

MUS 1133 - Chamber Choir

Small select SATB (soprano-alto-tenor-bass) choral ensemble specializing in the performance of significant choral repertoire representing varied styles, historical periods and languages. School and public performances required.

MUS 1135 - Women's Ensemble

Three-part female choral ensemble specializing in the performance of significant choral repertoire for women's voices, representing varied styles, historical periods and languages. School and public performances required.

MUS 1137 - Men's Ensemble

The performance and presentation of choral literature written for male voices from all musical periods. The ensemble will present at least one public concert per semester.

MUS 1139 - Contemporary Gospel Ensemble

The performance and presentation of mixed-voice choral literature from the African-American, spiritual and contemporary worship and praise music tradition. The ensemble will present at least one public concert per semester.

MUS 1141 - Wind Symphony

Concentration on instrumental problems and techniques. Development of large and small group wind repertoire. Public performance is a major part of course activities.

MUS 1143 - Concert Band

Concentration on instrumental problems and techniques. Development of large concert band repertoire. Public performance is a major part of course activities.

MUS 1145 - Classical Guitar Ensemble

The study and performance of selected classical guitar ensemble literature. The size of the ensemble and the respective backgrounds of its players will determine the performance level of the repertoire. End-of-term performance.

MUS 1147 - Jazz Ensemble

Big band jazz ensemble open to college and community musicians. Concerts and appearances are scheduled during academic year.

MUS 1149 - Jazz Combo

Small jazz group, limited to ten or fewer players. Development of basic jazz performance skills, including improvisation. Concerts scheduled near end of terms.

MUS 1151 - Concert Handbell Choir

The study and performance of handbell ensemble repertoire, ranging from classical to novelty, sacred to secular and original to transcription, as well as aspects of the preparation of a program for performance.

MUS 1153 - Piano Ensemble

The learning of piano duets and duos for advanced students only. Public performance a primary goal. Familiarization with major composers and repertoire for piano ensemble performance.

MUS 1171 - Piano Class

Basic music reading skills and correct piano playing techniques acquired in a group setting. Simple chords and pieces. No piano playing or musical experience required.

MUS 1172 - Voice Class

Fundamentals of vocal production, song literature, interpretation and performance skills are studied, either as a terminal course or to prepare students for possible private applied study. Combines lecture with group and individual singing.

MUS 1173 - Guitar Class I

Fundamental study of guitar playing techniques. Students must provide their own acoustic instruments. (Electric guitars are not appropriate.)

MUS 1174 - Guitar Class II

Continuation of Guitar Class I with additional keys learned and more ensemble playing. Students must provide their own acoustic instruments. (Electric guitars are not appropriate.)

MUS 1500 - Applied Piano for Non-Majors

Private instruction in piano is given on the basis of one credit for 30-minute lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of 45 minutes per day of practice. Repertoire and technical requirements according to advancement of student.

MUS 1501 - Applied Voice for Non-Majors

Private instruction in voice is given on the basis of one credit for 30-minute lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of 45 minutes per day of practice. Repertoire and technical requirements according to advancement of student.

MUS 1502 - Applied Classical Guitar for Non-Majors

Private instruction in classical guitar is given on the basis of one credit for 30-minute lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of 45 minutes per day of practice. Repertoire and technical requirements according to advancement of student.

MUS 1503 - Applied Flute for Non-Majors

Private instruction in flute is given on the basis of one credit for 30-minute lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of 45 minutes per day of practice. Repertoire and technical requirements according to advancement of student.

MUS 1504 - Applied Clarinet for Non-Majors

Private instruction in clarinet is given on the basis of one credit for 30-minute lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of 45 minutes per day of practice. Repertoire and technical requirements according to advancement of student.

MUS 1505 - Applied Saxophone for Non-Majors

Private instruction in saxophone is given on the basis of one credit for 30-minute lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of 45 minutes per day of practice. Repertoire and technical requirements according to advancement of student.

MUS 1506 - Applied Oboe for Non-Majors

Private instruction in oboe is given on the basis of one credit for 30-minute lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of 45 minutes per day of practice. Repertoire and technical requirements according to advancement of student.

MUS 1507 - Applied Bassoon for Non-Majors

Private instruction in bassoon is given on the basis of one credit for 30-minute lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of 45 minutes per day of practice. Repertoire and technical requirements according to advancement of student.

MUS 1508 - Applied Trumpet for Non-Majors

Private instruction in trumpet is given on the basis of one credit for 30-minute lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of 45 minutes per day of practice. Repertoire and technical requirements according to advancement of student.

MUS 1509 - Applied Trombone for Non-Majors

Private instruction in trombone is given on the basis of one credit for 30-minute lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of 45 minutes per day of practice. Repertoire and technical requirements according to advancement of student.

MUS 1510 - Applied French Horn for Non-Majors

Private instruction in french horn is given on the basis of one credit for 30-minute lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of 45 minutes per day of practice. Repertoire and technical requirements according to advancement of student.

MUS 1511 - Applied Baritone Horn for Non-Majors

Private instruction in baritone horn is given on the basis of one credit for 30-minute lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of 45 minutes per day of practice. Repertoire and technical requirements according to advancement of student.

MUS 1512 - Applied Tuba for Non-Majors

Private instruction in tuba is given on the basis of one credit for 30-minute lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of 45 minutes per day of practice. Repertoire and technical requirements according to advancement of student.

MUS 1513 - Applied Violin for Non-Majors

Private instruction in violin is given on the basis of one credit for 30-minute lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of 45 minutes per day of practice. Repertoire and technical requirements according to advancement of student.

MUS 1514 - Applied Viola for Non-Majors

Private instruction in viola is given on the basis of one credit for 30-minute lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of 45 minutes per day of practice. Repertoire and technical requirements according to advancement of student.

MUS 1515 - Applied Cello for Non-Majors

Private instruction in cello is given on the basis of one credit for 30-minute lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of 45 minutes per day of practice. Repertoire and technical requirements according to advancement of student.

MUS 1516 - Applied String Bass for Non-Majors

Private instruction in string bass is given on the basis of one credit for 30-minute lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of 45 minutes per day of practice. Repertoire and technical requirements according to advancement of student.

MUS 1517 - Applied Percussion for Non-Majors

Private instruction in percussion is given on the basis of one credit for 30-minute lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of 45 minutes per day of practice. Repertoire and technical requirements according to advancement of student.

MUS 1518 - Applied Organ for Non-Majors

Private instruction in organ is given on the basis of one credit for 30-minute lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of 45 minutes per day of practice. Repertoire and technical requirements according to advancement of student.

MUS 1519 - Applied Harpsichord for Non-Majors

Private instruction in harpsichord is given on the basis of one credit for 30-minute lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of 45 minutes per day of practice. Repertoire and technical requirements according to advancement of student.

MUS 1520 - Applied Popular Guitar for Non-Majors

Private instruction in popular guitar is given on the basis of one credit for 30-minute lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of 45 minutes per day of practice. Repertoire and technical requirements according to advancement of student.

MUS 1521 - Applied Electric Bass for Non-Majors

Private instruction in electric bass is given on the basis of one credit for 30-minute lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of 45 minutes per day of practice. Repertoire and technical requirements according to advancement of student.

MUS 1522 - Applied Jazz Drumming for Non-Majors

Private instruction in jazz drumming is given on the basis of one credit for 30-minute lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of 45 minutes per day of practice. Repertoire and technical requirements according to advancement of student.

MUS 1523 - Applied Jazz Piano for Non-Majors

Private instruction in jazz piano is given on the basis of one credit for 30-minute lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of 45 minutes per day of practice. Repertoire and technical requirements according to advancement of student.

MUS 2111 - Music Theory III

Third in a sequence of four music theory courses. Focus will be placed on more advanced chromatic melodic and harmonic structures, including borrowed chords, the Neapolitan chord and augmented-sixth chords. Activities include musical composition, analysis, listening, discussion and computer work.

MUS 2112 - Aural Skills III

Third in a sequence of four aural skills courses. Focus placed on chromatic melodic and harmonic structures within a challenging rhythmic environment. Practical transcription and singing skills systematically studied. Activities include interval, chord, melodic, harmonic progression and rhythm dictation, as well as singing of intervals, melodies and rhythms.

MUS 2113 - Music Theory IV

Final course in a sequence of four music theory courses. Focus placed on advanced chromatic melodic and harmonic structures, including extended harmony, altered dominant chords, chromatic mediants, sonata and rondo forms, late 19th-century and contemporary techniques. Activities include musical composition, analysis, listening, discussion and computer work.

MUS 2114 - Aural Skills IV

Last in a sequence of four aural skills courses. Focus placed on advanced chromatic melodic and harmonic structures within an advanced rhythmic environment. Practical transcription and singing skills systematically studied. Activities include interval, chord, melodic, harmonic progression and rhythm dictation, as well as singing of intervals, melodies and rhythms.

MUS 2115 - Piano for Music Majors III

Third semester of a four-semester sequence for nonpianist music majors. Transposition and harmonization are emphasized.

MUS 2116 - Piano for Music Majors IV

Fourth semester of a four-semester sequence for nonpianist music majors. Sight reading and vertical four-part reading are emphasized. A comprehensive review of the skills acquired during the four-semester sequence precedes a year-end assessment of all these skills.

MUS 2117 - Survey of Musical Styles I

The historical styles of Western music in chronological sequence through analysis of various musical compositions and musical forms from the Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque and Classical eras.

MUS 2118 - Survey of Musical Styles II

The historical styles of Western music in chronological sequence through analysis of various musical compositions and musical forms from the early 19th century to contemporary times, including the Romantic, Modern and 20th century eras.

MUS 2210 - Conducting Fundamentals

Fundamentals of conducting music ensembles with emphasis on basic baton technique, meters, cueing, addressing different styles, conducting terminology and score reading.

MUS 2211 - Handbell Choir Conducting

Major factors associated with direction of handbell ensembles, emphasizing organization of choirs, performance pedagogy, conducting techniques, repertoire selection, performance aspects and care of equipment.

MUS 2240 - Music Practicum

Music majors may receive credit for practical performance experiences such as performing in a (non-Sinclair) musical, opera, choral organization, etc. Arrangements must be made through department chairperson; only for those students who, due to scheduling impossibilities, cannot participate in Sinclair ensembles at their regularly scheduled times.

MUS 2251 - Performance Class

Performance repertoire from intermediate to advanced levels on one's instrument. Designed to anticipate and alleviate public performance problems. Emphasizing all aspects of technique and music. Also addressed: sight reading in public, memorization of scores and nervousness/anxiety caused by stage fright. Section 01 - Pianists; Section 02 - Singers; Section 03 - Guitarist

MUS 2261 - Applied Music Practicum

Applied music study for early-intermediate or advanced-level instrumentalists or singers. Sixty minute lessons for 15 weeks. No student recital or board examination obligations (although recital performance is optional, according to the desire of student.) Indefinitely repeatable. section 01 - piano section 02 - voice section 03 - guitar Additional sections, representing other instruments, added each term as necessary.

MUS 2297 - Special Topics

Varied content offering of special interest to the discipline but not covered within existing courses; may be scheduled in a classroom/seminar setting or in nontraditional format.

MUS 2500 - Applied Piano for Majors I

Private instruction in Applied Piano for music majors. Weekly one-hour lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of two hours per day of practice. Student recital performances and board examinations required each semester. MUS 2500 is the first and second semesters of four required semesters of applied piano study.

MUS 2501 - Applied Piano for Majors II

Private instruction in Applied Piano for music majors. Weekly one-hour lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of two hours per day of practice. Student recital performances and board examinations required each semester. MUS 2501 is the third and fourth semesters of four required semesters of applied piano study.

MUS 2502 - Applied Voice for Majors I

Private instruction in Applied Voice for music majors. Weekly one-hour lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of two hours per day of practice. Student recital performances and board examinations required each semester. MUS 2502 is the first and second semesters of four required semesters of applied voice study.

MUS 2503 - Applied Voice for Majors II

Private instruction in Applied Voice for music majors. Weekly one-hour lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of two hours per day of practice. Student recital performances and board examinations required each semester. MUS 2503 is the third and fourth semesters of four required semesters of applied voice study.

MUS 2504 - Applied Classical Guitar for Majors I

Private instruction in Applied Classical Guitar for music majors. Weekly one-hour lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of two hours per day of practice. Student recital performances and board examinations required each semester. MUS 2504 is the first and second semesters of four required semesters of applied classical guitar study.

MUS 2505 - Applied Classical Guitar for Majors II

Private instruction in Applied Classical Guitar for music majors. Weekly one-hour lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of two hours per day of practice. Student recital performances and board examinations required each semester. MUS 2505 is the third and fourth semesters of four required semesters of applied classical guitar study.

MUS 2506 - Applied Flute for Majors I

Private instruction in Applied Flute for music majors. Weekly one-hour lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of two hours per day of practice. Student recital performances and board examinations required each semester. MUS 2506 is the first and second semesters of four required semesters of applied flute study.

MUS 2507 - Applied Flute for Majors II

Private instruction in Applied Flute for music majors. Weekly one-hour lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of two hours per day of practice. Student recital performances and board examinations required each semester. MUS 2507 is the third and fourth semesters of four required semesters of applied flute study.

MUS 2508 - Applied Clarinet for Majors I

Private instruction in Applied Clarinet for music majors. Weekly one-hour lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of two hours per day of practice. Student recital performances and board examinations required each semester. MUS 2508 is the first and second semesters of four required semesters of applied clarinet study.

MUS 2509 - Applied Clarinet for Majors II

Private instruction in Applied Clarinet for music majors. Weekly one-hour lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of two hours per day of practice. Student recital performances and board examinations required each semester. MUS 2509 is the third and fourth semesters of four required semesters of applied clarinet study.

MUS 2510 - Applied Saxophone for Majors I

Private instruction in Applied Saxophone for music majors. Weekly one-hour lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of two hours per day of practice. Student recital performances and board examinations required each semester. MUS 2510 is the first and second semesters of four required semesters of applied saxophone study.

MUS 2511 - Applied Saxophone for Majors II

Private instruction in Applied Saxophone for music majors. Weekly one-hour lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of two hours per day of practice. Student recital performances and board examinations required each semester. MUS 2511 is the third and fourth semesters of four required semesters of applied saxophone study.

MUS 2512 - Applied Oboe for Majors I

Private instruction in Applied Oboe for music majors. Weekly one-hour lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of two hours per day of practice. Student recital performances and board examinations required each semester. MUS 2512 is the first and second semesters of four required semesters of applied oboe study.

MUS 2513 - Applied Oboe for Majors II

Private instruction in Applied Oboe for music majors. Weekly one-hour lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of two hours per day of practice. Student recital performances and board examinations required each semester. MUS 2513 is the third and fourth semesters of four required semesters of applied oboe study.

MUS 2514 - Applied Bassoon for Majors I

Private instruction in Applied Bassoon for music majors. Weekly one-hour lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of two hours per day of practice. Student recital performances and board examinations required each semester. MUS 2514 is the first and second semesters of four required semesters of applied bassoon study.

MUS 2515 - Applied Bassoon for Majors II

Private instruction in Applied Bassoon for music majors. Weekly one-hour lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of two hours per day of practice. Student recital performances and board examinations required each semester. MUS 2515 is the third and fourth semesters of four required semesters of applied bassoon study.

MUS 2516 - Applied Trumpet for Majors I

Private instruction in Applied Trumpet for music majors. Weekly one-hour lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of two hours per day of practice. Student recital performances and board examinations required each semester. MUS 2516 is the first and second semesters of four required semesters of applied trumpet study.

MUS 2517 - Applied Trumpet for Majors II

Private instruction in Applied Trumpet for music majors. Weekly one-hour lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of two hours per day of practice. Student recital performances and board examinations required each semester. MUS 2517 is the third and fourth semesters of four required semesters of applied trumpet study.

MUS 2518 - Applied French Horn for Majors I

Private instruction in Applied French Horn for music majors. Weekly one-hour lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of two hours per day of practice. Student recital performances and board examinations required each semester. MUS 2518 is the first and second semesters of four required semesters of applied French horn study.

MUS 2519 - Applied French Horn for Majors II

Private instruction in Applied French Horn for music majors. Weekly one-hour lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of two hours per day of practice. Student recital performances and board examinations required each semester. MUS 2519 is the third and fourth semesters of four required semesters of applied French horn study.

MUS 2520 - Applied Baritone Horn for Majors I

Private instruction in Applied Baritone Horn for music majors. Weekly one-hour lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of two hours per day of practice. Student recital performances and board examinations required each semester. MUS 2520 is the first and second semesters of four required semesters of applied baritone horn study.

MUS 2521 - Applied Baritone Horn for Majors II

Private instruction in Applied Baritone Horn for music majors. Weekly one-hour lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of two hours per day of practice. Student recital performances and board examinations required each semester. MUS 2521 is the third and fourth semesters of four required semesters of applied baritone horn study.

MUS 2522 - Applied Trombone for Majors I

Private instruction in Applied Trombone for music majors. Weekly one-hour lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of two hours per day of practice. Student recital performances and board examinations required each semester. MUS 2522 is the first and second semesters of four required semesters of applied trombone study.

MUS 2523 - Applied Trombone for Majors II

Private instruction in Applied Trombone for music majors. Weekly one-hour lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of two hours per day of practice. Student recital performances and board examinations required each semester. MUS 2523 is the third and fourth semesters of four required semesters of applied trombone study.

MUS 2524 - Applied Tuba for Majors I

Private instruction in Applied Tuba for music majors. Weekly one-hour lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of two hours per day of practice. Student recital performances and board examinations required each semester. MUS 2524 is the first and second semesters of four required semesters of applied tuba study.

MUS 2525 - Applied Tuba for Majors II

Private instruction in Applied Tuba for music majors. Weekly one-hour lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of two hours per day of practice. Student recital performances and board examinations required each semester. MUS 2525 is the third and fourth semesters of four required semesters of applied tuba study.

MUS 2526 - Applied Violin for Majors I

Private instruction in Applied Violin for music majors. Weekly one-hour lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of two hours per day of practice. Student recital performances and board examinations required each semester. MUS 2526 is the first and second semesters of four required semesters of applied violin study.

MUS 2527 - Applied Violin for Majors II

Private instruction in Applied Violin for music majors. Weekly one-hour lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of two hours per day of practice. Student recital performances and board examinations required each semester. MUS 2527 is the third and fourth semesters of four required semesters of applied violin study.

MUS 2528 - Applied Viola for Majors I

Private instruction in Applied Viola for music majors. Weekly one-hour lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of two hours per day of practice. Student recital performances and board examinations required each semester. MUS 2528 is the first and second semesters of four required semesters of applied viola study.

MUS 2529 - Applied Viola for Majors II

Private instruction in Applied Viola for music majors. Weekly one-hour lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of two hours per day of practice. Student recital performances and board examinations required each semester. MUS 2529 is the third and fourth semesters of four required semesters of applied viola study.

MUS 2530 - Applied Cello for Majors I

Private instruction in Applied Cello for music majors. Weekly one-hour lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of two hours per day of practice. Student recital performances and board examinations required each semester. MUS 2530 is the first and second semesters of four required semesters of applied cello study.

MUS 2531 - Applied Cello for Majors II

Private instruction in Applied Cello for music majors. Weekly one-hour lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of two hours per day of practice. Student recital performances and board examinations required each semester. MUS 2531 is the third and fourth semesters of four required semesters of applied cello study.

MUS 2532 - Applied String Bass for Majors I

Private instruction in Applied String Bass for music majors. Weekly one-hour lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of two hours per day of practice. Student recital performances and board examinations required each semester. MUS 2532 is the first and second semesters of four required semesters of applied string bass study.

MUS 2533 - Applied String Bass for Majors II

Private instruction in Applied String Bass for music majors. Weekly one-hour lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of two hours per day of practice. Student recital performances and board examinations required each semester. MUS 2533 is the third and fourth semesters of four required semesters of applied string bass study.

MUS 2534 - Applied Percussion for Majors I

Private instruction in Applied Percussion for music majors. Weekly one-hour lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of two hours per day of practice. Student recital performances and board examinations required each semester. MUS 2534 is the first and second semesters of four required semesters of applied percussion study.

MUS 2535 - Applied Percussion for Majors II

Private instruction in Applied Percussion for music majors. Weekly one-hour lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of two hours per day of practice. Student recital performances and board examinations required each semester. MUS 2535 is the third and fourth semesters of four required semesters of applied percussion study.

MUS 2536 - Applied Organ for Majors I

Private instruction in Applied Organ for music majors. Weekly one-hour lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of two hours per day of practice. Student recital performances and board examinations required each semester. MUS 2536 is the first and second semesters of four required semesters of applied organ study.

MUS 2537 - Applied Organ for Majors II

Private instruction in Applied Organ for music majors. Weekly one-hour lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of two hours per day of practice. Student recital performances and board examinations required each semester. MUS 2537 is the third and fourth semesters of four required semesters of applied organ study.

MUS 2538 - Applied Harpsichord for Majors I

Private instruction in Applied Harpsichord for music majors. Weekly one-hour lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of two hours per day of practice. Student recital performances and board examinations required each semester. MUS 2538 is the first and second semesters of four required semesters of applied harpsichord study.

MUS 2539 - Applied Harpsichord for Majors II

Private instruction in Applied Harpsichord for music majors. Weekly one-hour lessons for 15 weeks, with an expectation of two hours per day of practice. Student recital performances and board examinations required each semester. MUS 2539 is the third and fourth semesters of four required semesters of applied harpsichord study.

MUS 2600 - General Ensemble

General Ensemble exists in order to allow registrants who desire to participate in an ensemble--and who have utilized all of their previous possible registrations for a particular ensemble--the opportunity to continue participation in the ensemble of their choice. General Ensemble is inclusive of Chorale, Chamber Choir, Women's Ensemble, Men's Ensemble, Wind Symphony, Concert Band, and Jazz Ensemble (150 minutes rehearsal/week) as well as Contemporary Gospel Ensemble, Classical Guitar Ensemble, Jazz Combo, Concert Handbell Choir, and Piano Ensemble (100 minutes rehearsal/week).