Music

MUAG Music Applied General Courses
MUAM Music Applied Private Lessons (Major)
MUAC Music Applied Private Lessons (Concentration)
MUAS Music Applied Private Lessons (Secondary)
MUCM Chamber Music
MUCP Music Composition
MUED Music Education
MUEN Music Ensembles
MUET Music Ethnomusicology
MUGC Music General Courses
MUMH Music History and Literature, and Musicology
MUJS Music Jazz Studies
MULB Music Laboratories
MUTH Music Theory

Courses that may be repeated for credit are MUAG 5000, 5210,5390, 5640, 5650, 5660, 5800, 5810, 5850, 5860, 5890, 6460 and 6850; all courses in MUAM, MUAC and MUAS; all courses in MUCM; MUCP 5180, 5190, 5590, 6190, 6200 and 6400; MUED 5300, 5821, 5822, 5823, 5831, 5832, 5840, 5880 and 6480; all courses in MUEN; MUJS 5470 and 5760; all courses in MULB; MUMH 5200, 5210, 6160, 6520, 6530 and 6540; MUTH 5090, 5381, 5382, 5383 and 6680; and MUGC 5890, 5900-5910, 5930, 5950, 6900-6910, and 6950.

Applied General Courses, Music, MUAG = 0830

5000. Choral Techniques. 3 hours. Choral organizations, singing, conducting, performing, repertoire and history. Actual experience in a model a cappella choir.

5210. Studies in Vocal Literature. 2 hours. An intensive study of a style period or genre of solo vocal literature. May be repeated for credit as topics vary.

5260. Piano Accompanying (Vocal). 3 hours. Sight reading and transposition; lieder and art-song repertoire; orchestral reductions for aria accompaniment. Prerequisite(s): consent of college.

5261. Advanced Piano Accompanying (Vocal). 3 hours. Sight reading, transposition and clef reading; art song and aria repertoire; coaching methods. Prerequisite(s): MUAG 5261.

5270. Piano Collaboration (Instrumental). 3 hours. Fundamentals of instrumental collaboration; rehearsal techniques; score reading (transposition and clefs), orchestral reductions; instrumental repertoire; work with soloists. Prerequisite(s): consent of college.

5271. Advanced Piano Collaboration (Instrumental). 3 hours. Advanced score reading (transposition and clefs), orchestral reductions; advanced instrumental repertoire; continued work with soloists, thorough bass realization. Prerequisite(s): MUAG 5270.

5280. Service Playing Skills I. 2 hours. Intense study of basic hymn playing, keyboard harmony, transposition, figured bass, open score reading, sight-reading, and beginning improvisation. Prerequisite(s): satisfactory score on Graduate Placement Exam or MUTH 5381, 5382, and 5383.

5360. Instrumental Pedagogy and Repertoire. 3 hours. Study and analysis of instrumental literature; correlation of literature and pedagogical materials; survey of schools of performance and instruction; brass, percussion, keyboard, strings, and woodwinds. May be repeated for credit as topics vary.

5390. Studies in Organ/Harpsichord Literature, Pedagogy, Construction and Design. 3 hours. For interests and talents of students; class and private conferences. Topics may include special problems in performance and literature, pedagogical materials and skills, correlations between literature and organ design, and organ and/or harpsichord maintenance. May be repeated for credit as topics vary.

5560. Advanced Piano Pedagogy and Musicianship. 3 hours. Instructional techniques, materials, curriculum planning and philosophical basis for teaching piano and musicianship at the college and university levels with focus on group instruction. Prerequisite(s): MUAG 4260 and 4270, or equivalent. Field experience required.

5570. Comparative Piano Pedagogy and Repertoire. 3 hours. Instructional techniques, repertoire, curriculum planning and philosophical basis for teaching piano performance at the high school and undergraduate collegiate levels. Prerequisite(s): MUAG 4260 and 4270, or equivalent. Field experience required.

5600. Advanced Science and Pedagogy of Singing. 3 hours. Advanced literature on research in singing; laboratory instrumentation; practical studio procedures for building and equalizing the singing voice. Topics include vocal abuse and misuse, fitness for singers, and the psychology of singing and teaching of singing. Studio observations and practice in teaching. Prerequisite(s): MUAG 4300 or consent of college.

5610. Comparative Pedagogy of Singing. 3 hours. Comparison of Western pedagogical models from the bel canto period (1685-1825) to the present and of current national styles. Formulation of teaching strategies harmonious with the common ideals of Western artistic voice culture. Prerequisite(s): MUAG 5600 or consent of college.

5640. Operatic Acting. 1-3 hours. Analysis and preparation of roles, exercises in pantomime, improvisation, visualization and concentration.

5650. Opera Stage Direction. 3 hours. Prerequisite(s): MUAG 5640 or MUEN 3040 (two semesters), and consent of college.

5660. Studies in Opera Repertoire. 3 hours. Extensive analysis and background study of representative operas from one of the following periods: beginnings through Mozart, 19th-century Italian and French opera, 19th-century German and Russian opera, and 20th-century opera. Guided research on individual projects. May be repeated for credit as topics vary.

5800. Advanced Choral Conducting. 3 hours. Class is organized as an a cappella choir for performance practice; manipulating the group and the music. Prerequisite(s): MUAG 3810-3820 or equivalent.

5810. Choral Literature. 3 hours. Topics in choral music, organized by period and/or genre. Score study, listening, performance practice, technical demands and rehearsal requirements. Course content varies each semester. May be repeated for credit.

5850. Advanced Instrumental Conducting. 3 hours. Exercises to develop coordination of mind and hands; techniques of noted conductors; musical terms; score reading and actual conducting. Prerequisite(s): MUAG 3800-3870 and consent of instructor. Audition required.

5860. Wind Instrument Ensemble Literature. 3 hours. A comprehensive survey and study of the important wind repertoire for large and smaller instrumental ensembles. Topics include programming, analysis, interpretation, rehearsal problems and performance style.

5890. Topics in Music Performance and Pedagogy. 1-3 hours. Selected topics in music performance and pedagogy that are not met by the regular offerings. Short courses and workshops on specific topics organized on a limited-offering basis. May be repeated for credit.

5900-5910. Special Problems. 1-3 hours each.

6260. Piano Literature. 3 hours. Baroque and classical periods; recordings and student performances.

6270. Piano Literature. 3 hours. Romantic period to present; recordings and student performances.

6280. Vocal Literature. 3 hours. Solo literature from 1509 to 1750; stylistic analysis and historical significance.

6290. Vocal Literature. 3 hours. Solo literature from 1750 to present; stylistic analysis and historical significance.

6360. Instrumental Literature. 3 hours. Solo works for the student's major instrument.

6370. Instrumental Literature. 3 hours. Chamber and orchestral works for the student's major instrument.

6380. Organ Literature. 3 hours. To 1750.

6390. Organ Literature. 3 hours. From 1750 to present.

6640. Opera Production. 3 hours. Choosing repertory, securing materials, translation, budget planning and promotion. Prerequisite(s): MUAG 5650 and consent of college.

6850. Advanced Score Reading and Interpretation (Band and/or Orchestra). 3 hours. Analysis of works of various styles and periods to determine interpretive dimensions, rehearsal and baton techniques. Conducting experience provided with performing organizations. Prerequisite(s): examination and consent of college. Course content varies each semester.

6900-6910. Special Problems. 1-3 hours each.

Applied Private Lessons, Music,
MUAM = 0815; MUAC = 0820; MUAS = 0825

Curriculum requirements in Music Applied Private Lessons for majors (MUAM) are 3-4 credit hours per semester; for concentrations (MUAC), 2 credit hours per semester; for secondaries and electives (MUAS), 1 credit hour per semester. Exceptions to these requirements must have the consent of the dean of the College of Music.

5501-5533. Master's-Level Applied Music, Private Lessons. Variable credit: for majors (MUAM), 1-5 semester hours; for concentrations (MUAC), 1-3 semester hours; for secondaries and electives (MUAS), 1-2 semester hours. Fee required.

5501. Piano.
5502. Organ.
5503. Voice.
5504. Violin.
5505. Viola.
5506. Cello.
5507. Double Bass.
5508. Flute.
5509. Oboe.
5511. Clarinet.
5512. Saxophone.
5513. Bassoon.
5514. French Horn.
5516. Trumpet.
5517. Trombone.
5518. Euphonium.
5519. Tuba.
5521. Percussion.
5522. Harp.
5523. Functional Piano. (MUAS only)
5524. Vocal Coaching. (MUAS only)
5526. Jazz Guitar. (MUAC only)
5527. Guitar.
5528. Harpsichord.
5529. Improvisation at the Organ. (MUAS only)
5531. Keyboard Continuo Playing. (MUAS only)
5532. Early Instruments. (MUAC and MUAS only)
5533. Conducting. (MUAM only)

6501-6533. Doctoral-Level Applied Music, Private Lessons. Variable credit: for majors (MUAM), 1-5 semester hours; for concentrations (MUAC), 1-3 semester hours; for secondaries and electives (MUAS), 1-2 semester hours.

6501. Piano.
6502. Organ.
6503. Voice.
6504. Violin.
6505. Viola.
6506. Cello.
6507. Double Bass.
6508. Flute.
6509. Oboe.
6511. Clarinet.
6512. Saxophone.
6513. Bassoon.
6514. French Horn.
6516. Trumpet.
6517. Trombone.
6518. Euphonium.
6519. Tuba.
6521. Percussion.
6522. Harp.
6524. Vocal Coaching. (MUAS only)
6527. Guitar.
6528. Harpsichord.
6533. Conducting. (MUAM only)

Chamber Music, MUCM = 0865


5510. String Chamber Music. 1 hour. (0;2)
5520. Woodwind Chamber Music. 1 hour. (0;2)
5530. Brass Chamber Music. 1 hour. (0;2)
5540. Percussion Chamber Music. 1 hour. (0;2)
5550. Jazz Chamber Music. 1 hour. (0;2)

Composition, Music, MUCP = 0835

5180. Secondary Composition. 3 hours. Development of contemporary compositional techniques and styles. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite(s): 6 hours of undergraduate composition or consent of division. For non-composition majors.

5190. Master's Composition. 3 hours. Composition in larger forms for various media. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite(s): MUCP 4190 or equivalent. For composition majors only.

5320. Orchestration. 3 hours. Historical survey of orchestrational practices, with emphasis on contemporary approaches. Creation of original works or transcriptions for orchestra. Score study and rehearsal attendance required. Prerequisite(s): MUCP 4310 or equivalent; consent of division. Primarily for composition majors. (Same as MUCP 4320.)

5460. Contemporary Music. 3 hours. Study of recent music emphasizing experimental compositional trends. Listening, score study and analysis. Prerequisite(s): consent of division. (Same as MUCP 4460.)

5595. Intermedia Performance Seminar. 3 hours. Introduction to intermedia performance art through class performance, repertoire analysis, historical context and close readings of critical texts. Production of and performance in individual and group projects in the presentation of intermedia compositions, emphasizing computer music media and utilizing the resources of the Merrill Ellis Intermedia Theater. Open to graduate students in music and other arts, radio and television. Prerequisite(s): consent of division. (Same as MUCP 4595.)

5670. Introduction to Electro-Acoustic Music. 3 hours. Theory, principles and practice of electro-acoustic composition. Includes weekly studio time. Prerequisite(s): 6 hours of composition or consent of division. (Same as MUCP 4670.)

5680. Seminar in Computer Music Media I. 3 hours. Digital sound synthesis systems; computer systems applications; intermedia composition. Prerequisite(s): MUCP 5670 or equivalent.

5690. Seminar in Computer Music Media II. 3 hours. Digital sound synthesis systems; computer-assisted composition; projects in intermedia composition. Prerequisite(s): MUCP 5670 or equivalent.

5700. Digital Audio Software Synthesis. 3 hours. Advanced digital synthesis systems emphasizing complex timbre design; computer-assisted composition; advanced intermedia composition. Prerequisite(s): MUCP 5670 or equivalent.

5710. Real-Time Computer Music Systems. 3 hours. Advanced computer-assisted composition; interactive, real-time digital synthesis composition; advanced projects in intermedia composition. Prerequisite(s): MUCP 5670 or equivalent.

5900-5910. Special Problems. 1-3 hours each.

6190. Doctoral Composition. 3 hours. Composition project of substantial scope. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite(s): master's degree in composition or equivalent. Restricted to students who have been admitted to the DMA program in composition.

6200. Advanced Computer Music Research. 3 hours. Individually directed computer music research project, including such topics as algorithmic composition, software design, advanced synthesis and interactive systems. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite(s): approved research topic proposal and consent of division.

6400. Topics in Contemporary Music. 3 hours. Specialized seminars on selected topics including rhythm, timbre, analysis and aesthetics in contemporary music. Prerequisite(s): satisfactory scores on the graduate placement examination or equivalent graduate courses.

6410. Contemporary Contrapuntal Techniques. 3 hours. Review of structural principles of polyphonic writing from the 16th through the 20th centuries. Study of contemporary works that demonstrate expansion or extension of these principles. Original written projects are required. Prerequisite(s): satisfactory score on the Graduate Placement Examination or equivalent graduate courses.

6420. Contemporary Notation. 3 hours. Study of experimental and innovative notational approaches, including extensions of traditional practices, aleatoric, graphic and electroacoustic representational systems. Discussion of relevant aesthetic and practical concerns. Prerequisite(s): satisfactory score on the Graduate Placement Examination, or equivalent graduate courses.

6900-6910. Special Problems. 1-3 hours each.

Education, Music, MUED = 0875

5100. Music Supervision. 3 hours. Organization and |duties; improving instruction; demonstration teaching; public department curricula. Supervisor's relation to community; ethics.

5120. Applied Research in Music Education. 3 hours. Theories, techniques and procedures for conducting and understanding research related to human musical behaviors. Open to students in fields other than music. Required for all master's degree students in music education.

5280. Admission Seminar. 3 hours. Survey of current trends and problems in music education. Evaluation of the student's qualifications, providing a basis for construction of a degree plan. Required for all master's degree students in music education.

5300. Instrumental Techniques: Band and Orchestra. 3 hours. Organization of public school bands, orchestras and instrumental programs. Purchase and care of instruments. Conducting; rehearsals and instrumental classes; program building; contests and festivals. May be repeated for credit as topics vary.

5500. History of Music Education in the United States. 3 hours. From 1620 to present; leading personalities, indigenous and black music, musical trends, and concepts in music education.

5510. Philosophical Foundations and Principles of Music Teaching. 3 hours. Analysis of education objectives in music as related to practical concerns of the music teacher; justifications and rationales for music instruction in public schools.

5520. Psychology of Music. 3 hours. Physical factors that constitute musical sound and how these factors are perceived; methods and techniques for measuring musicality in individuals; psychology of learning as applied to music and musical behavior.

5821. Kodaly Concept Musicianship. 1 hour. Skill-based comprehensive study of musical basis of Kodaly-inspired music instruction; pentatony; modes; functional harmony; conducting; ensemble. May be repeated for credit when topics vary. Required concurrent enrollment in MUED 5822 and MUED 5823.

5822. Kodaly Concept Musical Materials. 1 hour. Study of folk music sources, repertoire, styles; transcription and analysis; developing classification and retrieval systems for classroom use; art music in the elementary school. May be repeated for credit when topics vary. Requires concurrent enrollment in MUED 5821 and MUED 5823.

5823. Kodaly Concept Pedagogy and Practicum. 1 hour. Philosophy, principles, pedagogy of Kodaly-inspired approach to music education with emphasis on sequential skill development Grades K-1; Grades 2-3; Grades 4-6; advanced studies. May be repeated for credit as topics vary. Requires concurrent enrollment in MUED 5821 and MUED 5822.

5831. Orff-Schulwerk Ensemble and Pedagogy. 1 hour. Philosophy, principles, instructional strategies of Orff-Schulwerk approach to music education using unpitched and barred instruments in elemental style; pentatonic music-improvisation and orchestration; modal music-improvisation and orchestration; diatonic music-improvisation and orchestration. May be repeated when topics vary. Requires concurrent enrollment in MUED 5832 and MUED 5833.

5832. Orff-Schulwerk Movement. 1 hour. Movement principles, concepts, vocabulary, instructional strategies, repertoire and improvisation; dance forms, accompaniment; movement notation and pedagogy. May be repeated for credit when topics vary. Requires enrollment in MUED 5831 and MUED 5833.

5833. Orff-Schulwerk Recorder. 1 hour. Study of soprano recorder; alto recorder; tenor, bass recorder. May be repeated for credit when topics vary. Requires concurrent enrollment in MUED 5831 and MUED 5832.

5840. Studies in Contemporary Music Education. 3 hours. Organized classes specifically designed to accommodate the needs of students and the demands of program development not met by regular offerings. Short courses and workshops on specific topics organized on a limited-offering basis, to be repeated only upon demand. May be repeated for credit when topics vary.

5880. Teaching Strategies in General Music at Pre-School, Elementary, and Middle School Levels of Instruction. 3 hours. For each semester this organized class is offered, one topic from the list below is studied in depth; instructional methodologies, materials, and activities in vocal music for the pre-school, elementary, and middle school student; general music at the middle school level; instrument study for the general music student; curriculum development and instruction to meet the needs of the disabled, mentally challenged and gifted students. May be repeated for credit when topics vary.

5900-5910. Special Problems. 1-3 hours each.

6430. Principles of Music Learning. 3 hours. Principles of music learning with specific attention to the process of learning musical skills and concepts. Included are the application of such learning theories as behaviorism and developmentalism to music, and such specific musical learning theories as those of Gordon, Orff, Kodaly and Suzuki.

6440. Systematic Measurement of Music Behaviors. 3 hours. Measurement with specific applications to the field of music, including music achievement, attitude preference, aptitude, perception, interaction, and music teacher behavior and effectiveness. Principles of measure creation, administration and analysis. Prerequisite(s): MUED 5120 or consent of college. Required of all doctoral candidates in music education.

6470. Sociology of Music. 3 hours. The interrelationship of music and society in the United States. Current uses of music; musical professions; economic aspects of music; research in the sociology of music.

6480. Doctoral Seminar in Music Education. 1 hour. Current trends, concepts, programs and practices. Two semesters required of all doctoral candidates in music education. Pass/no pass only.

6490. Comparative Music Education. 3 hours. Identification and comparison of music education systems, programs and practices in selected countries throughout the world; critical review of cross-cultural research related to the field.

6520. Analysis and Criticism of Research Studies. 3 hours. Critical investigation of selected research studies in music and music education for purposes of evaluating research techniques, studying research designs and establishing validity of conclusions. Prerequisite(s): MUED 5120 or MUMH 5410, and knowledge of elementary statistics. Required of all doctoral candidates in music education.

6580. College Teaching of Music Courses. 3 hours. Principles of organization and instruction for courses in music theory, music education, music literature and history, and applied music. Taught by specialists in each of the fields.

6590. Practicum, Field Problem or Internship. 3 hours. Supervised professional activities in music teaching, conducting, supervision and administration in public departments, junior colleges or senior colleges. The course allows for experimentation in the classroom or rehearsal hall during on-the-job or in-service training periods.

6620. Music, the Arts and the Humanities. 3 hours. Elements and symbols in the creative aspects of the performing and visual arts; objectives and instructional procedures appropriate for courses in music appreciation, integrated arts and aesthetic education; the arts as a part of liberal arts education. Open to graduate students in all academic disciplines.

6900-6910. Special Problems. 1-3 hours each.

Ensembles, Music, MUEN = 0840

5040. Graduate Opera Theater. 1 hour. (0;6) Techniques of preparing and performing major roles. Prerequisite(s): consent of college. May be repeated for credit.

5530-5540. Collegium Musicum. 1 hour each. (0;3) Performance of less well-known vocal and instrumental music from the period 1200-1800. Prerequisite(s): consent of college.

5602. Brass Ensembles. 1 hour. (0;3)
5605. Chamber Wind Ensemble. 1 hour. (0;3)
5611. Jazz Ensembles. 1 hour. (0;2)
5616. Chamber Orchestra. 1 hour. (0;3)
5617. Percussion Ensembles. 1 hour. (0;2)
5621. String Ensembles. 1 hour. (0;2)
5624. Vocal Ensembles. 1 hour. (0;3)
5625. Wind Ensembles. 1 hour. (0;2)
5630. Harp Ensemble. 1 hour. (0;3)
5631. NOVA Ensemble. 1 hour. (0;3) Performance of contemporary chamber works for mixed ensembles. Prerequisite(s): consent of college.

Ethnomusicology, Music, MUET = 0843

5210. Seminar in Ethnomusicology. 3 hours. Selected topics in ethnomusicology: current theoretical and practical issues in the discipline. May be repeated for credit as topics vary.

General Courses, Music, MUGC = 0810

5890. Studies in Music. 1-3 hours. Organized classes specifically designed to accommodate the needs of students and the demand of program development that are not met by the regular offerings. Short courses and workshops on specific topics organized on a limited offering basis. May be repeated for credit.

5900-5910. Special Problems. 1-3 hours each. For graduate students of unusual ability in music who may elect to study material not formally listed for instruction.

5930. Research Problem in Lieu of Thesis. 3 hours. Prerequisite(s): MUMH 5410.

5950. Master's Thesis. 3 or 6 hours. To be scheduled only with consent of college. 6 hours credit required. No credit assigned until thesis has been completed and filed with the graduate dean. Continuous enrollment required once work on thesis has begun. May be repeated for credit.

6900-6910. Special Problems. 1-3 hours each. For doctoral students of unusual ability in music who may elect to study material not formally listed for instruction.

6950. Doctoral Dissertation. 3, 6 or 9 hours. Registration only by consent of college. 12 hours credit required. No credit assigned until dissertation has been completed and filed with the graduate dean. Doctoral students must maintain continuous enrollment in this course subsequent to passing qualifying examination for admission to candidacy. May be repeated for credit.

6951. Dissertation Recital. 3 hours. Prerequisite(s): consent of major professor. Open only to DMA students in performance.

6952. Dissertation Recital. 3 hours. Prerequisite(s): MUGC 6951 and consent of major professor. Open only to DMA students in performance.

6953. Dissertation Recital. 3 hours. Registration only by consent of major professor. Prerequisite(s): MUGC 6951 and 6952; admission to candidacy; and consent of major professor. Open only to DMA students in performance.

6954. Dissertation Recital. 3 hours. Registration only by consent of major professor. Prerequisite(s): MUGC 6951, 6952 and 6953; admission to candidacy; and consent of major professor. Open only to DMA students in performance.

Music History and Literature, and Musicology, MUMH = 0855

5050. Symphonic Literature. 3 hours. The orchestra and symphonic forms from Haydn to present; composers, works, score study and listening.

5070. Operatic Literature. 3 hours. Listening and recognition; musical and dramatic analysis; trends in composition.

5150. Music Criticism and the Aesthetics of Music. 3 hours. Nature of music; relation to architecture, painting, literature and sculpture; design, craftsmanship and criteria in music composition.

5200. Seminar in Musicology. 3 hours. Practical application of musicological techniques to selected research areas; a proseminar. Prerequisite(s): MUMH 5410.

5330. Studies in Music History: Medieval, Renaissance or Baroque. 3 hours. Historical, stylistic, and analytical study of music from one of the following periods: Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque. Period offerings rotate by semester. Lectures with required listening.

5340. Studies in Music History: Classical, Romantic or 20th Century. 3 hours. Historical, stylistic, and analytical study of music from one of the following periods: Classical, Romantic, 20th Century. Period offerings rotate by semester. Lectures with required listening.

5410. Introduction to Research in Music. 3 hours. Bibliography, research techniques, and their application in writing about music.

5420. Introduction to Musicology. 3 hours. Sources, methods and critical issues in the discipline. Prerequisite(s): MUMH 5410 or consent of college.

5550. History of Musical Instruments. 3 hours. Musical instruments in Western culture from the earliest times; their evolution, influence and use in the central European tradition. Taxonomy, acoustics, design and construction, musical and organological literature.

5900-5910. Special Problems. 1-3 hours each.

6000-6010. Notation. 3 hours each. From 1200 to 1600 A.D.; transcriptions by the student into modern notation. Prerequisite(s): MUMH 5330 or examination.

6020. Medieval Music. 3 hours. Seminar on selected topics in medieval music. Prerequisite(s): MUMH 5330 or examination.

6030. Renaissance Music. 3 hours. Seminar on selected topics in Renaissance music. Prerequisite(s): MUMH 5330 or examination.

6080. Chamber Music. 3 hours. Historical, analytical and aesthetic studies of selected chamber music. Prerequisite(s): MUMH 5340 or examination.

6160. Major Composers. 3 hours. Historical, analytical and aesthetic studies of a selected major composer. Prerequisite(s): MUMH 5340 or examination.

6520. Performance Practice: Medieval/Renaissance. 3 hours. Study of medieval and Renaissance performance practices. Prerequisite(s): consent of college.

6530. Performance Practice: Baroque. 3 hours. Study of baroque performance practices. Prerequisite(s): consent of college.

6540. Performance Practice: 1750 to Present. 3 hours. Study of classical, romantic and 20th-century performance practices. Prerequisite(s): consent of college.

6740. Baroque Music. 3 hours. Seminar on selected topics in baroque music. Prerequisite(s): MUMH 5330 or examination.

6750. Classical Music. 3 hours. Seminar on selected topics in classical music. Prerequisite(s): MUMH 5340 or examination.

6760. Music of the Romantic Era. 3 hours. Seminar on selected topics in 19th-century music. Prerequisite(s): MUMH 5340 or examination.

6770. Music of the Twentieth Century. 3 hours. Seminar on selected topics in 20th-century music. Prerequisite(s): MUMH 5340 or examination.

6900-6910. Special Problems. 1-3 hours each.

Jazz Studies, Music, MUJS = 0845

5450. Studies in Jazz History. 3 hours. A survey of jazz research materials and methodology, and presentation of special topics in jazz history. Prerequisite(s): MUJS 4470 or consent of college.

5470. Conducting College Jazz Ensembles. 3 hours. Score study and rehearsal preparation; methods of conducting jazz ensembles at all levels; supervised conducting.

5480. Pedagogy of Jazz Improvisation. 3 hours. Techniques, systems and materials. Prerequisite(s): MUJS 3360 and 3370, or consent of college.

5490. Advanced Jazz Improvisation. 3 hours. Advanced techniques and practices of jazz improvisation. Prerequisite(s): MUJS 3370 with grade of A or B, or equivalent.

5760. Jazz Arranging. 3 hours. Individual instruction. An advanced practical study of arranging, focusing on music from jazz and other contemporary jazz-related styles. Prerequisite(s): MUJS 4620 or equivalent. May be repeated for credit as topics vary.

5780. Jazz Styles and Analysis. 3 hours. The stylistic elements of the various eras of jazz history; theoretical analysis of significant musical qualities of influential musicians of the different periods of jazz.

5900-5910. Special Problems. 1-3 hours each.

Music Laboratories, MULB = 0850

5171. Large Ensemble: Choir. 1 hour. (0;4)
5172. Large Ensemble: Orchestra. 1 hour. (0;4)
5173. Large Ensemble: Band. 1 hour. (0;4)
5174. Large Ensemble: Jazz Lab Band. 1 hour. (0;4)
5175. Large Ensemble: Accompanying. 1 hour. (0;4)

Theory, Music, MUTH = 0860

5080. Pedagogy of Theory. 3 hours. Concepts and methodologies relative to the teaching of music theory in the core curriculum; compilation of teaching materials. Prerequisite(s): satisfactory score on Graduate Placement Examination, or MUTH 5381, 5382 and 5383.

5090. Problems in Pedagogy of Theory. 3 hours. Observation, practice and supervised teaching of freshman/sophomore large-lecture, classroom and lab courses. May be repeated for credit as teaching assignments vary. Prerequisite(s): MUTH 5080.

5110. Score Reading at the Keyboard. 1 hour. Practical application of figured bass and score reading at the keyboard from two parts (C and Bass and Treble clefs) to the classic period symphony.

5355. Analytical Techniques I (Ars Antiqua-1700). 3 hours. Application of appropriate analytical approaches and methodologies in music written 900-1700. Prerequisite(s): satisfactory score on the Graduate Placement Examination, or MUTH 5381, 5382 and 5383.

5360. Analytical Techniques II (1700-1900). 3 hours. Application of appropriate analytical approaches and methodologies in music written 1700-1900. Prerequisite(s): satisfactory score on the Graduate Placement Examination, or MUTH 5381, 5382 and 5383.

5370. Analytical Techniques III (Post 1900). 3 hours. Application of appropriate analytical approaches and methodologies in music written after 1900. Prerequisite(s): satisfactory score on the Graduate Placement Examination, or MUTH 5381, 5382 and 5383. MUTH 5360 recommended. Prerequisite(s): MUTH 4520 or consent of instructor.

5381. Music Theory Practicum: Analysis. 1 hour. (2;0) Theoretical principles of music from the l7th through early 20th centuries and their application through analysis.

5382. Music Theory Practicum: Aural Skills. 1 hour. (2;0) Theoretical principles of the 17th through early 20th centuries and their application through aural comprehension.

5383. Music Theory Practicum: Keyboard. 1 hour. (1;0) Theoretical principles of the 17th through early 20th centuries and their application through realization at the keyboard.

5400. Invertible Counterpoint and Fugue. 3 hours. Advanced techniques in contrapuntal writing in 18th-century style. Prerequisite(s): MUTH 3420; satisfactory score on the Graduate Placement Examination, or MUTH 5381, 5382 and 5383.

5470. Advanced Schenkerian Analysis. 3 hours. Advanced analysis of tonal music according to the theory of structural levels and methods of graphic analysis developed by Heinrich Schenker. Prerequisite(s): MUTH 4370; satisfactory score on the Graduate Placement Examination, or MUTH 5381, 5382 and 5383.

5720. Computer-Assisted Instruction in Music. 3 hours. Survey of computer-assisted instruction (CAI) systems for music. Development of programming and evaluative skills necessary to develop complete CAI systems for music instruction. Prerequisite(s): CSCI 5030, CECS 5110 or CSCI 5330; satisfactory score on the Graduate Placement Examination, or MUTH 5381, 5382 and 5383.

5900-5910. Special Problems. 1-3 hours each.

6500. Form and Style Analysis I. 3 hours. Identification of structural principles and compositional idioms characteristic of historical eras and representative composers from Ars Antiqua through the early baroque. Prerequisite(s): satisfactory score on the Graduate Placement Examination, or MUTH 5381, 5382 and 5383.

6510. Form and Style Analysis II. 3 hours. Identification of structural principles and compositional idioms characteristic of historical eras and representative composers from the late baroque through the 20th century. Prerequisite(s): satisfactory score on the Graduate Placement Examination, or MUTH 5381, 5382 and 5383.

6660. History of Music Theory. 3 hours. Theoretical systems and treatises from antiquity to the late 15th century and analysis of related compositions. Prerequisite(s): MUMH 5410 or 5420 (concurrent enrollment is acceptable), or equivalent; satisfactory score on the Graduate Placement Examination, or MUTH 5381, 5382 and 5383.

6670. History of Music Theory. 3 hours. Theoretical systems and treatises from the 16th to early 18th century and analysis of related compositions. Prerequisite(s): MUMH 5410 or 5420 (concurrent enrollment is acceptable), or equivalent; satisfactory score on the Graduate Placement Examination, or MUTH 5381, 5382 and 5383.

6680. Proseminar in Music Theory. 3 hours. Investigation and research; subject matter variable to meet needs of students. Prerequisite(s): satisfactory score on the Graduate Placement Examination, or MUTH 5381, 5382 and 5383. May be repeated for credit as topics vary.

6700. Analytical Systems I (1700-1900). 3 hours. Examination of analytical systems from the middle works of Rameau to the harmonic theories of Riemann, Schenker and Schoenberg. Prerequisite(s): MUTH 5360, and MUMH 5410 or 5420 (concurrent enrollment is acceptable), or equivalent.

6710. Analytical Systems II (Post 1900). 3 hours. Examination of analytical systems in the 20th century. Prerequisite(s): MUTH 5370, and MUMH 5410 or 5420 (current enrollment is acceptable), or equivalent.

6900-6910. Special Problems. 1-3 hours each.

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