Music C F A 126 GROUP INSTRUCTION IN VOICE 2 FS May be repeated Cons inst req

Music c f a 126 group instruction in voice 2 fs may

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C F A 126 GROUP INSTRUCTION IN VOICE 2 F,S May be repeated. Cons inst req. Practical instruction in singing in English and Italian. Suc- cessful completion of MUS 126 or audition before members of voice faculty is prerequisite for admission to MUS 137. 127 FOREIGN LANGUAGE DICTION FOR SINGERS 2 S MUS 126 or conc reg in MUS 126, 137, or 237. German and French diction through the study of art songs in both languages. 128 DICTION FOR SINGERS: ITALIAN AND ENGLISH 2 F MUS 126 or conc reg in MUS 126, 137, or 237. Italian and English stage diction for singers, using the International Phonetic Alphabet. 131-138 APPLIED MUSIC 2 or 3 ea F,S May be repeated. Cons appropriate coord 1 sem in advance of reg req. Prereq for MUS 137 described in narrative for MUS 126. 131, Brass; 132, Harpsichord; 132.10 Harp; 133, Organ; 134, Percussion; 135, Piano; 136, Strings; 136.80, Guitar; 137, Voice; 138, Woodwinds. 139 ENSEMBLE 1-2 F,S May be repeated. Study and performance of chamber and small music ensem- bles in a variety of combinations of instruments. 152 EXPERIENCING MUSIC OC-FA 3 F,S, Summer COM 110; ENG 101 req. Examination of the structures of various musical forms through listening, discussion, and attendance at perfor- mances. Content may vary. 153 BLACK MUSIC I OC-FA 3 F ENG 101; COM 110 req. A survey of musical elements and cultural contexts that define Black folk music in Africa, the Caribbean, and the United States of America. 154 BLACK MUSIC II OC-FA 3 S ENG 101; COM 110 req. A survey of musical elements and cultural contexts that define Black contemporary music such as jazz, rhythm and blues, rap, vodou jazz, afro-beat, and calypso. 161 MARCHING BAND TECHNIQUES 2 F Conc reg with participation in Marching Band. Marching Band organization: field show planning and design. 162 INTRODUCTION TO INSTRUMENTAL INSTRUCTION 2 F Incl Clin Exp: 10 hrs, Type 1-5, 9. Introduction to the playing and pedagogy of brass, wood- wind, string, and percussion instruments for choral-general music education students. 165 OPERA PRACTICUM 1 F,S By audition/cons instr. May be repeated. Experience in opera/musical theatre staging and perfor- mance. Work ranging from set construction to leading roles. 167 BASIC CONDUCTING 2 F,S Fundamentals, score reading, rehearsal procedures, and practical experience in work with choral and instrumental media. 175 INTRODUCTION TO THE MUSIC INDUSTRY 3 F Exploring the various facets of the music and entertainment industry, including an historical background. 176 ARTS AND SOCIETY: MUSIC OC-FA 3 F,S ENG 101; COM 110 req. Examination of the relationship between music and politics/culture. 180-188 PERFORMING ORGANIZATIONS 1 F,S Max 12 hrs of 180-188 and 280-288 may be counted toward a Music degree. Participation in the large musical organizations; 180, Univer- sity Choir; 181, Wind Symphony, Symphonic, University, Pep or Marching Band; 182, Symphony Orchestra; 183, Chamber Wind Ensemble; 184, Concert Choir; 186, Women’s Choir; 188, Civic Chorale. 194 PRINCIPLES OF MUSIC THERAPY 3 F Not for cr if had former MUS 190, 191, and 192. Field observations req.
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