Study of tonal and post tonal styles through original compo sition based on

Study of tonal and post tonal styles through original

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Study of tonal and post-tonal styles through original compo- sition based on stylistic models including Mozart, Debussy, Schoenberg, Broadway, Techno. 221 TWENTIETH-CENTURY TECHNIQUES 2 S MUS 103 and MUS 201 req, or MUS 201 and conc reg in MUS 103 req. Study of twentieth-century concert music including modes, atonality, set theory, serialism, minimalism, and rhythmic theory. 222 THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS OF JAZZ AND ROCK MUSIC 2 S MUS 103 and MUS 201 req, or MUS 201 and conc reg in MUS 103 req. Study of scales, rhythmic structure, harmony, and melody of jazz and rock music, including analysis and arranging projects. 231-238 APPLIED MUSIC 2 or 3 ea F,S May be repeated. Cons of appropriate coord 1 sem in advance of reg req. 231, Advanced Brass; 232, Advanced Harpsichord, 234, Advanced Percussion; 235, Advanced Piano; 236, Advanced Strings; 236.80 Advanced Guitar; 237, Advanced Voice; 238, Advanced Woodwinds. 239 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. 240 ACCOMPANYING 1 F,S May be repeated. Technique and skills of accompanying singers and instru- mentalists, including experience in providing accompani- ments for other students. 243 SOUND DESIGN 1: PROPERTIES AND AUDIO TECHNOLOGIES 3 F Also offered as ART/THE 243. Developing a basic understanding of the properties and perceptions of sound, audio technologies, and their rela- tionship to artistic applications. 253 MUSIC HISTORY UNTIL 1750 3 F MUS 216 or cons Theory Coord req. Developments, trends, styles, genres, and significant com- posers in Western music history from the Greeks to the time of Bach and Handel. 254 MUSIC HISTORY SINCE 1750 3 S MUS 216 or cons Theory Coord req. Developments, trends, styles, genres, and significant com- posers from the Classical period through the 20th century. 260 ELEMENTARY/JUNIOR HIGH TEACHING METHODS: INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC 2 S C or better in C&I 210 and 212 req. Music Ed maj/min only. Incl Clin Exp: 15 hrs, Type 1-5, 9. Adm to Prof Studies req. Formerly ELEMENTARY/JUNIOR HIGH TEACHING METHODS: BAND. Current methods and materials for the teaching of grades 4-8 instrumental music. 261 SECONDARY TEACHING METHODS: BAND 2 F C or better in C&I 210 and 212 req. Music Ed maj/min only. Incl Clin Exp: 15 hrs, Type 1-5, 9. Adm to Pro- fessional Studies req. Current methods and materials for the teaching of 9-12 instrumental music. 262 ELEMENTARYTEACHING METHODS: GENERAL MUSIC 2 F C or better in C&I 210 and 212 req. Music Ed maj/min only. Incl Clin Exp: 15 hrs, Type 1-5, 9. Adm to Prof Studies req. Current methods and materials for the teaching of K-6 general music. Music 294
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C F A 263 JUNIOR HIGH/SECONDARY TEACHING METHODS: GENERAL MUSIC 2 S C or better in C&I 210, 212 and MUS 262 req. Music Ed maj/min only. Incl Clin Exp: 15 hrs, Type 1-5, 9. Adm to Professional Studies req. Current methods and materials for the teaching of junior high and secondary school (7-12) general music courses.
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  • Fall '15
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