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|MUS 071||Private Piano||0.25||By permission of instructor only. Development of individual skills and their application dependent upon student's specific goals. .25 unit.|
|MUS 073||Private Voice||0.25||By permission of instructor only. Development of proper vocal technique and breath control with focus on student's background and goals. .25 unit.|
|MUS 074||Instrument||0.25||By permission of instructor only. Learning proper practice methods, building technique, acquiring sufficient repertoire, and gaining broad knowledge of literature and composers for the respective instrument. .25 unit.|
|MUS 101||Concert Band||0.25||Performance of classic band repertoire as well as transcriptions, arrangements, and contemporary works. Open to all students with instructor's permission. .25 unit.|
|MUS 102||College Choir||0.25||Performance of literature representing all stylistic periods. Open to all students with instructor's permission. .25 unit.|
|MUS 103||Chamber Singers||0.25||Repertoire performed primarily Renaissance and 20th century, although not limited to these styles. Membership by audition from membership in College Choir. .25 unit.|
|MUS 104||Chamber Orchestra||0.25||Performance of music from all periods. Frequently combines with selected wind and percussion players to perform works for a larger ensemble. Open to all students with instructor's permission. .25 unit.|
|MUS 112||Literature of Music||1||A study of great musical works throughout history and the forces that directly influence composers and their compositions.|
|MUS 121||Theory and Aural Skills I||1||Rudiments of music: scales, intervals, triads, cadences, basic introduction to part-writing. Sight singing and ear training correlated with rhythmic, melodic, and harmonic activity in the course.|
|MUS 122||Theory and Aural Skills II||1||Diatonic harmony, including analysis and partwriting. Sight singing and ear training correlated with rhythmic, melodic, and harmonic activity in the course. Prerequisite: 121.|
|MUS 218||American Music||1||A study of American music from the colonial era to the present day with emphasis on American idioms.|
|MUS 221||Theory and Aural Skills III||1||Chromatic harmony, including analysis and part-writing. Sight singing and ear training correlated with rhythmic, melodic, and harmonic activity in the course. Prerequisite: 122.|
|MUS 222||Theory IV: Form & Analysis||1||Analysis of structural and motivic development in music literature encompassing a variety of styles. Representative works in various forms will be examined. Prerequisite: 221.|
|MUS 231||History of Music I||1||A study of musical style from the Greeks through the Renaissance as evidenced in theoretical documents and works of major composers.|
|MUS 232||History of Music II||1||A continuation of Music History I, beginning with stylistic trends of the late 16th century and continuing through 19th century Romanticism. Prerequisite: 231.|
|MUS 233||History of Music III||1||A continuation of Music History II, beginning with Impressionism and continuing with a study of 20th-century idioms and composers. Prerequisite: 232.|
|MUS 303||Advanced Private Voice||0.5||Prerequisite: 073 or permission. .50 unit.|
|MUS 304||Advanced Instrument -||0.5||Prerequisite: 074 or permission. .50 unit.|
|MUS 325||Conducting and Literature||1||Techniques in simple and complex rhythms, including score reading, practical experience with ensembles, study of forms and styles.|
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