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Section 01 is for classical and Section 02 is for jazz. All Concentration and Major lessons for instrumental, piano and voice are open to MUSIC MAJORS ONLY. Non-Music majors must receive approval from the appropriate Department Chair before registering for any music courses. EXCEPTION: Courses specifically indicated for Non-Music majors.

Lower Division Courses

0001. Instrumental Concentration (2 s.h.) F S.

Weekly instrumental private lesson with major teacher.

0002. Instrumental Concentration (2 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music 0001.

Weekly instrumental private lesson with major teacher.

0003. Instrumental Major (4 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Open only to candidates for a Bachelor of Music degree with a major in instrumental performance.

Weekly instrumental private lesson with major teacher.

0004. Instrumental Major (4 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music 0003. Open only to candidates for a Bachelor of Music degree with a major in instrumental performance.

Weekly instrumental private lesson with major teacher.

0005. Secondary Piano for Music Majors (1 s.h.) F S.

Fulfills piano requirements for students in programs of study other than piano major or piano concentration.

0006. Secondary Piano for Music Majors (1 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music 0005.

Fulfills piano requirements for students in programs of study other than piano major or piano concentration.

0007. Piano Concentration (2 s.h.) F S.

Weekly private lesson and regularly scheduled master classes with major teacher. With instructor’s permission, student may present either half or full senior recital.

0008. Piano Concentration (2 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music 0007.

Weekly private lesson and regularly scheduled master classes with major teacher. With instructor’s permission, student may present either half or full senior recital.

0009. Piano Major (4 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Open only to candidates for a Bachelor of Music, performance major.

Weekly private lesson and regularly scheduled master classes with major teacher. Culminates in full recital during final semester of study.

0010. Piano Major (4 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music 0009. Open only to candidates for a Bachelor of Music, performance major.

Weekly private lesson and regularly scheduled master classes with major teacher. Culminates in full recital during final semester of study.

0011. Voice Class (1 s.h.) F S.

Voice class for music majors as specified for curriculum.

Note: Class meets two hours per week.

0012. Voice Class (1 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music 0011.

Voice class for music majors as specified for curriculum.

Note: Class meets two hours per week.

0013. Voice Concentration (2 s.h.) F S.

Weekly private lesson with major teacher in addition to voice class. Recital, partial or full, only with recommendation of voice faculty.

0014. Voice Concentration (2 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music 0013.

Weekly private lesson with major teacher in addition to voice class. Recital, partial or full, only with recommendation of voice faculty.

0015. Voice Major (3 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Open only to candidates for a Bachelor of Music, performance major.

Weekly private lesson with major teacher in addition to voice class. Culminates in recital during final semester of study.

0016. Voice Major (3 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music 0015. Open only to candidates for a Bachelor of Music, performance major.

Weekly private lesson with major teacher in addition to voice class. Culminates in recital during final semester of study.

0023. Class Voice (1 s.h.) F.

Voice class for non-music majors.

Note: Class meets two hours per week.

0024. Class Voice (1 s.h.) S.

Prerequisite: Music 0023.

Voice class for non-music majors.

Note: Class meets two hours per week.

0025. English Diction (1 s.h.) F S.

Diction for singing in the English language. Introduction to the International Phonetic Alphabet.

Note: Singing is required.

0028. Accompanying and Piano Ensemble (1 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.

Training in both vocal and instrumental accompanying; two-piano and four-hand repertory. Senior piano majors should accompany two recitals per semester.

Note: This class is for all applied piano majors.

0029. Accompanying and Piano Ensemble (1 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.

Training in both vocal and instrumental accompanying, two-piano and four-hand repertory. Senior piano majors should accompany two recitals per semester.

Note: This class is for all applied piano majors.

0030. Piano for Non-Music Majors (1 s.h.) F S.

For the beginner. Instruction in groups (piano laboratory). Chords, transposition, sight reading, improvisation, elementary jazz, ensemble playing.

0031. Piano for Non-Music Majors (1 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Piano 0030 or equivalent.

A sequel to Piano 0030 with increased emphasis on playing by ear, development of technique, repertoire, improvisation, and ensemble playing.

0032. Piano for Non-Music Majors (1 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music 0030 and 0031.

A continuation of class piano study in small groups.

0033. Piano for Non-Music Majors (1 s.h.) S.

Prerequisite: Music 0030, 0031, and 0032.

A continuation of class piano study in small groups.

0036. Private Piano for Non-Music Majors (1 s.h.) F S. $.

Individual half-hour private lesson for students outside the College of Music who have reached at least an intermediate level of achievement.

Note: Lab fee required.

0037. Private Piano for Non-Music Majors (1 s.h.) F S. $.

Prerequisite: Music 0036.

Individual half-hour private lesson for students outside the College of Music who have reached at least an intermediate level of achievement.

Note: Lab fee required.

0038. Private Piano for Non-Music Majors (1 s.h.) F S. $.

Prerequisite: Music 0036 and 0037.

Individual half-hour private lesson for students outside the College of Music who have reached at least an intermediate level of achievement.

Note: Lab fee required.

0039. Private Piano for Non-Music Majors (1 s.h.) F S. $.

Prerequisite: Music 0036, 0037 and 0038.

Individual half-hour private lesson for students outside the College of Music who have reached at least an intermediate level of achievement.

Note: Lab fee required.

0041. Introduction to Pedagogy (2 s.h.) S.

A general survey course. Key practical and pedagogical aspects of the piano teaching profession.

0056. Private Voice for Non-Music Majors (1 s.h.) F S. $.

Prerequisite: Special authorization required.

Individual half-hour private lesson for students outside the College of Music who have reached at least an intermediate level of achievement.

Note: Section 001 - Classical only; Section 002 - Jazz only. Additional fee required.

0057. Private Voice for Non-Music Majors (1 s.h.) F S. $.

Prerequisite: Music 0056 and special authorization required.

Individual half-hour private lesson for students outside the College of Music who have reached at least an intermediate level of achievement.

Note: Section 001 - Classical only; Section 002 - Jazz only. Additional fee required.

0058. Private Voice for Non-Music Majors (1 s.h.) F S. $.

Prerequisite: Music 0057 and special authorization required.

Individual half-hour private lesson for students outside the College of Music who have reached at least an intermediate level of achievement.

Note: Section 001 - Classical only; Section 002 - Jazz only Additional fee required.

0059. Private Voice for Non-Music Majors (1 s.h.) F S. $.

Prerequisite: Music 0058 and special authorization required.

Individual half-hour private lesson for students outside the College of Music who have reached at least an intermediate level of achievement.

Note: Section 001 - Classical only; Section 002 - Jazz only. Additional fee required.

Upper Division Courses

0101. Instrumental Concentration (2 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music 0002.

Weekly instrumental private lesson with major teacher.

0102. Instrumental Concentration (2 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music 0101.

Weekly instrumental private lesson with major teacher.

0103. Instrumental Major (4 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music 0004: Open only to candidates for a Bachelor of Music degree with a major in instrumental performance.

Weekly instrumental private lesson with major teacher.

0104. Instrumental Major (4 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music 0103: Open only to candidates for a Bachelor of Music degree with a major in instrumental performance.

Weekly private lesson with major teacher.

0105. Secondary Piano for Music Majors (1 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music 0006.

Fulfills piano requirements for students in programs of study other than piano major or piano concentration.

0106. Secondary Piano for Music Majors (1 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music 0105.

Fulfills piano requirements for students in programs of study other than piano major or piano concentration.

0107. Piano Concentration (2 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music 0008.

Weekly private lesson and regularly scheduled master classes with major teacher. With instructor’s permission, student may present either half or full senior recital.

0109. Piano Major (4 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music 0010. Open only to candidates for a Bachelor of Music, performance major.

Weekly private lesson and regularly scheduled master classes with major teacher. Culminates in full recital during final semester of study.

0110. Piano Major (4 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music 0109. Open only to candidates for a Bachelor of Music, performance major.

Weekly private lesson and regularly scheduled master classes with major teacher. Culminates in full recital during final semester of study.

0111. Voice Class (1 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music 0011 and 0012.

Voice class for music majors as specified for curriculum.

Note: Class meets two hours per week.

0112. Voice Class (1 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music 0011, Music 0012, Music 0111.

Voice class for music majors as specified for curriculum.

Note: Class meets two hours per week.

0113. Voice Concentration (2 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music 0014.

Weekly private lesson with major teacher in addition to voice class. Recital, partial or full, only with recommendation of voice faculty.

0114. Voice Concentration (2 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music 0113.

Weekly private lesson with major teacher in addition to voice class. Recital, partial or full, only with recommendation of voice faculty.

0115. Voice Major (3 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music 0016. Open only to candidates for a Bachelor of Music, performance major.

Weekly private lesson with major teacher in addition to voice class. Culminates in recital during final semester of study.

0116. Voice Major (3 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music 0115. Open only to candidates for a Bachelor of Music, performance major.

Weekly private lesson with major teacher in addition to voice class. Culminates in recital during final semester of study.

0123. Basic Conducting (1 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music Studies 0143 and Music Studies 0042 (or equivalent; approval of instructor required).

Fundamentals of conducting technique for both choral and instrumental organizations; musical terminology; basic conducting patterns, etc.

Note: Although the conducting course sequence (0123, 0124, 0330) is intended primarily for music majors, it is possible for other students to enroll if they have evidence of a background in music theory. Non-music majors must obtain permission from the instructor before they register for a conducting class.

0124. Conducting Intermediate (1 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music 0123.

Further development of conducting techniques including irregular and changing meters; involvement with more complex scores emphasizing interpretive conducting and stylistic awareness.

0145. Pedagogy of Technique (2 s.h.) F.

Various technical approaches developed since the 18th century. Pedagogical schools will be examined and students will have an opportunity to test their abilities through the actual teaching of technique to peers.

0146. Creative Activities for the Piano Teacher (2 s.h.) F S.

Objectives include the encouragement of keyboard exploration at various levels of development through a multitude of musical activities and games, devised by the members of the class; translation from theory to practical procedures.

0183. Small Jazz Ensemble (1 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: By audition only.

Various workshops may be offered focusing on rhythm sections, brass, saxophone, guitar, percussion, bass, and vocalizing.

0184. Large Jazz Ensemble (1 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: By audition only.

Emphasis on reading and stylization. Arrangements are used.

Note: Weekly rehearsals.

0189. Collegiate Band Lesson (1 s.h.) S.

Prerequisite: By permission of Conductor of Collegiate Band. Based on audition and subject to teacher availability. Students must have performed in Temple Marching Band during preceding fall semester. Co-Requisite: Successful audition, registration, and performance in Collegiate Band (Music 0389).

Supplemental instruction for non-music major, Collegiate Band participants.

0201. Instrumental Concentration (2 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music 0102.

Weekly instrumental private lesson with major teacher.

0202. Instrumental Concentration (2 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music 0201.

Weekly instrumental private lesson with major teacher.

0203. Instrumental Major (4 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music 0104. Open only to candidates for a Bachelor of Music degree with a major in instrumental performance.

Weekly instrumental private lesson with major teacher.

0204. Instrumental Major (4 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music 0203. Open only to candidates for a Bachelor of Music degree with a major in instrumental performance.

Weekly instrumental private lesson with major teacher.

0205. Secondary Piano for Music Majors (1 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music 0106.

Fulfills piano requirements for students in programs of study other than piano major or piano concentration.

0206. Secondary Piano for Music Majors (1 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music 0205.

Fulfills piano requirements for students in programs of study other than piano major or piano concentration.

0207. Piano Concentration (2 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music 0108.

Weekly private lesson and regularly scheduled master classes with major teacher. With instructor’s permission, student may present either half or full senior recital.

0208. Piano Concentration (2 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music 0207.

Weekly private lesson and regularly scheduled master classes with major teacher. With instructor’s permission, student may present either half or full senior recital.

0209. Piano Major (4 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music 0110. Open only to candidates for a Bachelor of Music, performance major.

Weekly private lesson and regularly scheduled master classes with major teacher. Culminates in full recital during final semester of study.

0210. Piano Major (4 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music 0209. Open only to candidates for a Bachelor of Music, performance major.

Weekly private lesson and regularly scheduled master classes with major teacher. Culminates in full recital during final semester of study.

0213. Voice Concentration (2 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music 0114.

Weekly private lesson with major teacher in addition to voice class. Recital, partial or full, only with recommendation of voice faculty.

0214. Voice Concentration (2 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music 0213.

Weekly private lesson with major teacher in addition to voice class. Recital, partial or full, only with recommendation of voice faculty.

0215. Voice Major (3 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music 0116. Open only to candidates for a Bachelor of Music, performance major.

Weekly private lesson with major teacher in addition to voice class. Culminates in recital during final semester of study.

0216. Voice Major (3 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music 0215. Open only to candidates for a Bachelor of Music, performance major.

Weekly private lesson with major teacher in addition to voice class. Culminates in recital during final semester of study.

0244. Suzuki for Pianists (2 s.h.) F S.

For experienced piano teachers as well as college-level piano students seeking in-depth knowledge of the Suzuki method.

0247. Pedagogy of Children (2 s.h.) F S.

A survey of available teaching methods and pedagogical approaches to be used with children in individual or group instruction, including an introduction to the basic Suzuki philosophy.

0249. Pedagogy of the College Non-Music Major (2 s.h.) F S.

Designed to prepare pianists to teach college students who are not music majors, either in groups or privately, by providing them with methods and materials of instruction, and understanding of group dynamics, and techniques for eliciting creative activities.

Note: One hour practice teaching required.

0250. Applied Lesson - Instrumental (2 - 4 s.h.) F S. $.

Prerequisite: By advisement and permission of department chair.

Additional applied instrumental lessons for music students.

Note: Additional private lesson fee.

0251. Applied Lesson - Vocal (2 - 4 s.h.) F S. $.

Prerequisite: Special authorization required.

Additional applied voice lesson for music students.

Note: Additional private lesson fee.

0252. Applied Lesson - Keyboard (2 - 4 s.h.) F S. $.

Prerequisite: Special authorization required.

Additional applied keyboard lesson for music students.

Note: Additional private lesson fee.

0265. Keyboard Literature (3 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Open only to candidates for a Bachelor of Music, piano major. Permission of instructor required.

A survey of keyboard literature of various periods and styles. Performance and analysis.

0266. Keyboard Literature (2 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Open only to candidates for Bachelor of Music, piano major. Permission of instructor required.

A survey of keyboard literature of various periods and styles. Performance and analysis.

0267. Vocal Repertoire (2 s.h.) F.

Prerequisite: Open only to candidates for Bachelor of Music, vocal major.

A survey of solo vocal literature of various periods and styles. Performance and analysis.

0268. Vocal Repertoire (2 s.h.) S.

Prerequisite: Open only to candidates for Bachelor of Music, vocal major.

A survey of solo vocal literature of various periods and styles. Performance and analysis.

0272. Multi-percussion in Orchestra (1 - 2 s.h.) S.

Prerequisite: For percussion majors or by permission.

Course will enable students to develop the complex skills necessary to perform multi-percussion and drum set parts in the symphony orchestra.

0279. Choral Ensemble (1 s.h.) F S.

Performance of standard choral literature. At least one public performance per semester.

Note: This ensemble is available to any undergraduate or graduate student enrolled in the university.

0300. Recital Extension (2 s.h.) F S. $.

Prerequisite: Prior permission of Department Chair required.

Extension of private applied lessons beyond performance curriculum requirements on both undergraduate and graduate levels in order to complete preparation for the graduation recital.

Note: Not applicable toward degree. Offered on pass/fail basis only. Private lesson fee: $350.

0301. Instrumental Concentration (2 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music 0202.

Weekly instrumental private lesson with major teacher for music education/jazz and jazz arranging curricula.

0302. Instrumental Concentration (2 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music 0301.

Weekly instrumental private lesson with major teacher for music education/jazz and jazz arranging curricula. With instructor’s permission, student may present either half or full recital during this final semester of study.

0303. Instrumental Major (4 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music 0204. Open only to candidates for a Bachelor of Music degree with a major in instrumental performance.

Weekly instrumental private lesson with major teacher.

0304. Instrumental Major (4 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music 0303. Open only to candidates for a Bachelor of Music degree with a major in instrumental performance.

Weekly instrumental private lesson with major teacher. Student is required to present a full recital during this semester of study.

0309. Piano Major (4 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music 0210. Open only to candidates for a Bachelor of Music, performance major.

Weekly private lesson and regularly scheduled master classes with major teacher. Culminates in full recital during final semester of study.

0310. Piano Major (4 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music 0309. Open only to candidates for a Bachelor of Music, performance major.

Weekly private lesson and regularly scheduled master classes with major teacher. Culminates in full recital during final semester of study.

0313. Voice Concentration (2 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music 0214.

Weekly private lesson with major teacher for music education/jazz curricula.

0314. Voice Concentration (2 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music 0313.

Weekly private lesson with major teacher for music education/jazz curricula.

0315. Voice Major (3 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music 0216. Open only to candidates for a Bachelor of Music, performance major.

Weekly private lesson with major teacher in addition to voice class. Culminates in recital during final semester of study.

0316. Voice Major (3 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music 0315. Open only to candidates for a Bachelor of Music, performance major.

Weekly private lesson with major teacher in addition to voice class. Culminates in recital during final semester of study.

0323. Vocal Coaching (1 s.h.) F S.

Emphasis on style, diction, phrasing, and performance traditions. Preparation for senior recital.

Note: Open only to Voice Majors. One hour per week.

0324. Vocal Coaching (1 s.h.) F S.

Emphasis on style, diction, phrasing, and performance traditions. Preparation for senior recital.

Note: Open only to Voice Majors. One hour per week.

0327. Vocal Pedagogy (2 s.h.) S.

Prerequisite: Advanced vocal study.

Basic principles and techniques of training the solo voice.

Note: Open only to Voice Majors.

0330. Conducting Choral (2 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music 0124 or equivalent.

Problems correlating vocal and choral idioms; analysis and interpretation of choral literature appropriate for use in school and community.

Note: Although the conducting course sequence (0123, 0124, 0330) is intended primarily for music majors, it is possible for other students to enroll if they have evidence of a background in music theory.

0331. Conducting (Instrumental) (2 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Music 0123, 0124, or equivalent.

Advanced instrumental conducting techniques including asymmetrical time patterns, multi-meters, phrasing and rehearsal techniques. Instrumental score study and preparation. Conducting of band and orchestra repertoire of varying levels of difficulty with ensembles.

0332. Diction Skills (1 s.h.) F.

Study of the phonetic rules and sounds of the classical pronunciations of Italian and French as found in Art Song and Opera. The International Phonetic Alphabet is utilized.

Note: Singing is required.

0333. Diction Skills (1 s.h.) S.

Prerequisite: Music 0332.

Study of the phonetic rules and sounds of the classical pronunciations of French, Latin and German as found in Art Song and Opera. The International Phonetic Alphabet is utilized.

Note: Singing is required.

0334. Opera Workshop (3 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: By audition only.

Designed to give singers practical experience in the study and performance of operatic roles.

Note: Open only to Voice Majors.

0335. Opera Workshop (2 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: By audition only.

Continuation of Music 0334.

Note: Open only to Voice Majors.

0341. History Wind/Brass Chamber Music (2 s.h.)

Traces the development of small wind and brass chamber ensembles from circa 1000 to the present. Examines quintets, the Vienna octet school, harmoniemusik, and works for various combinations of instruments with emphasis on their literature.

0342. Comparative String Performance (2 s.h.)

Examination and comparison of style, technique, and interpretation in live and recorded examples selected from the standard string repertoire.

0353. Teaching Choral Music (2 s.h.) F.

Prerequisite: Music 0330.

For the prospective teacher of vocal music; practical solutions to problems of audition procedures, development of musical skills within the choral rehearsal, repertoire and programming, voice classes, performance planning and execution, the changing voice, etc.

Note: Required of music education majors with concentrations in voice and keyboard instruments.

0358. Performing Musical Theater (2 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: By audition only.

Music Theater Performance Class offers the student the opportunity to develop and refine singing/acting skills through the preparation and presentation of solos, duets, ensembles and dialogues from American Music Theater repertoire.

0360. Instrumental Ensemble (1 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: By audition only.

Large or small instrumental ensemble. Ensemble may include symphony orchestra, wind symphony, chamber music ensembles, percussion ensemble, brass ensembles, and other small instrumental ensembles.

0361. Instrumental Ensemble (1 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: By audition only.

Large or small instrumental ensemble. Ensemble may include symphony orchestra, wind symphony, chamber music ensembles, percussion ensemble, brass ensembles, and other small instrumental ensembles.

0364 . Percussion Pedagogy (2 - 3 s.h.) F.

Prerequisite: Music Education 0050.

Course designed to enable students to develop the necessary knowledge and skills to make intelligent and informed decisions about the teaching of percussion instruments. Students will analyze, compare and critique curricula, teaching modalities, performance practices, methods, materials, and literature.

0367. Harmonic Applications in Keyboard Performance (2 s.h.) F S.

Work will include figured bass realization, aural analysis of performing repertoire, and improvisations of classical embellishments and cadenzas. A goal is to internalize the studentsí understanding of harmonic events toward enhanced memorization and meaning in the performance of keyboard literature.

0369. Ensemble (1 s.h.) F S.

To be used only when student is taking more than one ensemble of the same number and/or type.

Note: Section 002 for jazz emphasis.

0374. Graduate Conductor's Choir (1 s.h.) F S.
Co-Requisite: Music 0380.

Two hours of rehearsal each week; two performances each semester.

0376. Marching Band (1 s.h.) F.

Prerequisite: By audition only.

Performance in Temple University Marching Band at home university football games, select away trips, and other special events.

Note: Attendance at pre-season band camp one week prior to the beginning of classes is required.

0380. Concert Choir (1 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: By audition only.

Auditions are held during the final week of fall semester for the spring semester, and at the end of spring semester and during August for fall semester. Auditions will be granted based on previous choral experience. Performance of a wide range of choral literature.

Note: Active performance schedule on and off campus. Contact the office manager at 215 204 8304 for specific audition dates.

0389. Collegiate Band (1 s.h.) S.

Prerequisite: By audition only.

Performance in all-University concert band.

0391/0392. Independent Study (1 - 4 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: Special course authorization.

The area of concentration may be selected by the student with the approval of his or her supervising teacher and the Associate Dean.

0392 . Upper String Pedagogy (1-2 s.h.)

Prerequisite: For undergraduate string performance majors or by permission.

Problems and teaching techniques; solo and ensemble literature; available teaching materials at beginning through advanced levels.

0393. Stylistic History of String Playing (2 s.h.) F S.

Personalities and nationalistic school of playing, probable playing styles, and stylistic lineage of important violinists, violist, cellists, and double bassists from the pre-recorded era. Listening, viewing, lecture, and discussion on individual and comparative styles of historically important performers documented in recordings and films (1903 - 1971).

0395. Seminar in Guitar Performance and Literature (1 - 2 s.h.) F S.

Prerequisite: For undergraduate majors in classical guitar; others by permission of the instructor.

Exploration of issues related to performance. Analysis of representative works. Attention to problems of transcription and performance practice. Performance of representative guitar chamber and ensemble literature.

0398. Orchestral Repertoire (1 s.h.) S.

Prerequisite: For instrumental music majors or by permission.

Reading workshop to acquaint players with standard orchestral repertoire and playing techniques.

Note: Separate sections offered for woodwinds, brasses, and string instruments.
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