Introduction to music as a therapeutic agent in the rehabilita tion and

Introduction to music as a therapeutic agent in the

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Introduction to music as a therapeutic agent in the rehabilita- tion and reorganization of the human being into social life. A survey of the history of the American Music Therapy Asso- ciation is included as well as the processes and principles of music therapy as used by practicing music therapists. 195 INTRODUCTION TO MUSIC EDUCATION 2 F Music Ed maj only. Incl Clin Exp: 10 hrs; Type 1-5, 9. Theory/practice of music education, philosophy, musical development, learning theories, curriculum and planning, classroom management, assessment, and students with dis- abilities. 201 MUSIC THEORY 2 F MUS 102 or cons Theory Coord req. Study of tonal harmony from Bach to present-day popular music. 205 COMPOSITION 2 F,S Cons inst req. May be repeated. Developing individual creative talents of students in musical composition in acoustic and electro-acoustic media. 206 COMPUTER ARTS PERFORMANCE STUDIO 3 S Cons inst req. Also offered as ART/THE 206. Creative and interdisciplinary experiences in solo and ensemble performance integrating computer technology into music, dance, performance art, or theatre production. 207 GROUP INSTRUCTION IN BASIC MUSICIANSHIP III 1 F,S MUS 108 or cons Theory Coord req. (Not for cr if had MUS 203 for 6 hrs.) Continuation of MUS 108 with introduction of chromati- cism, more complex rhythms, and harmonic dictation using 7th chords. Music 293
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C F A 212 INTRODUCTION TO MUSIC LITERATURE 3 F MUS 102 or cons inst req. Introduction to important musicians, genres, styles, and terminology supporting the study of music in history and cultures. 213 JAZZ-ROCK AURAL SKILLS 1 S MUS 207 or cons Theory Coord. req. Development of sight-singing, keyboard, and dictation skills required for the performance and transcription of jazz and rock music. 214 TRANSCRIPTION 1 S MUS 207 or cons Theory Coord req. Transcription of recorded music in a variety of popular, his- torical Western, and non-Western styles. 215 GUITAR FINGERBOARD HARMONY 2 3 sem of Applied Guitar (MUS 136.80/236.80) or cons inst req. A comprehensive exploration of the guitar fingerboard through the study of scales, arpeggios, intervals, chords, and sight reading. 216 NON-WESTERN MUSIC LITERATURE 2 S MUS 212 or cons Theory Coord req. A survey of the music of non-Western cultures, examining how these societies organize music as sound and music as culture. 218 JAZZ IMPROVISATION 1-2 F,S C or better in MUS 203 and 204. Music maj/min only. Current methods and materials for developing jazz and jazz- based improvisational abilities in performers and teachers. 219 ADVANCED SIGHT SINGING 1 S MUS 207 or cons Theory Coord req. Continuation of the sight-singing portion of MUS 207 with emphasis on vocal literature and on performance of more complex rhythms. 220 ANALYSIS THROUGH COMPOSITION 2 S MUS 103 and MUS 201 req, or MUS 201 and conc reg in MUS 103 req.
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  • Fall '15
  • TrevorBelcher
  • Academia, Academic degree, Bachelor's degree

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