Undergraduate Catalog 2019-2021

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MUSC 2250 Class Guitar

Functional class guitar skills for those with no previous guitar skills or training. Emphasis is placed on folk and pop guitar skills, including chords, strumming, tuning and picking styles.

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MUSC 2300 Class Composition I

Prerequisite: MUSC 1500. An introduction to students developing music composition skills by exploring basic techniques necessary for reasoned creative expression. Students gain skills in the artistic use of pitch, rhythm, melody, timbre and harmony by composing for various instrumentations.

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MUSC 2500 Music Theory III

Prerequisite: "C" or better in MUSC 1510. Continues the study of compositional and analytical procedures appropriate to 18th- and 19th-century tonal music. Third of four sequential courses. Should be taken concurrently with its laboratory component, MUSC 2501.

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MUSC 2501 Aural Skills III

Prerequisite: MUSC 1511. Sight-singing, ear training and keyboard applications of material covered in MUSC 2500. Required in all Music-based programs.

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MUSC 2510 Music Theory IV

Prerequisite: C or better in MUSC 2500. Continues the study of compositional and analytical procedures appropriate to 18th- and 19th-century tonal music, and introduces procedures appropriate to several styles of 20th- and 21st-century music. Should be taken concurrently with its laboratory component, MUSC 2511.

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MUSC 2511 Aural Skills IV

Prerequisite: MUSC 2501. Sight-singing, ear training, and keyboard applications of materials covered in MUSC 2510. Required in all Music-based programs.

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MUSC 2700 Diction for Singers I

Prerequisites: Sophomore standing or permission of the instructor. The study and use of the International Phonetic Alphabet and training in the correct pronunciation of English and Italian languages in relation to vocal literature.

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MUSC 2710 Diction for Singers II

Prerequisites: MUSC 2700 or permission of the instructor. The study and use of the International Phonetic Alphabet and training in the correct pronunciation of French and German languages in relation to vocal literature.

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