Music

MUSI 1000/1001 (0-0-1) Seminar/Performance Lab (S-L)

This course is a scheduled opportunity for all music majors to develop attendance of lectures, recitals, and concerts in order to promote the performance and critical listening skills of future professional musicians. The course is required each semester and credit is given based upon the student attending a minimum number of daytime and evening events during a semester. Music majors are required to have eight (8) semesters of Seminar/Performance Lab credits to graduate (seven for music education students due to student teaching). This course contains a field-based service-learning component.

Requisites: None.

Offered: Fall, Spring.

MUSI 1011 (0-0-0) Written MPE (Music Proficiency Exam) Level II

This course is the music proficiency exam written portion, required for all music degrees. It determines the student’s readiness for upper-level music study. The course is to be taken concurrently with MUSI 1312 (Music Theory II) and serves as transcript verification for mastery of written music theory skills. The exam is given as the final exam for Music Theory II or scheduled individually with students who have already passed the course, but not the exam. The student can enroll in MUSI 1011 up to three times until it is completed successfully.

Requisites: MUSI 1311.

Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer.

MUSI 1012 (0-0-0) Dictation MPE (Music Proficiency Exam) Level II

This course is the music proficiency exam dictation portion, required for all music degrees. It determines the student’s readiness for upper-level music study. The course is to be taken concurrently with MUSI 1112 (Aural Skills II) and serves as transcript verification for mastery of rhythmic, melodic, and harmonic dictation as well as error detection. The exam is given as the final exam for Aural Skills II or scheduled individually with students who have already passed the course, but not the exam. The student can enroll in MUSI 1012 up to three times until it is completed successfully.

Requisites: MUSI 1111, MUSI 1311.

Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer.

MUSI 1013 (0-0-0) Sight-singing MPE (Music Proficiency Exam) Level II

This course is the music proficiency exam sight-singing portion, required for all music degrees. It determines the student’s readiness for upper-level music study. The course is to be taken concurrently with MUSI 1112 (Aural Skills II) and serves as transcript verification for mastery of sight-singing. The exam is given as the final exam for Aural Skills II or scheduled individually with students who have already passed the course, but not the exam. The student can enroll in MUSI 1013 up to three times until it is completed successfully.

Requisites: MUSI 1111, MUSI 1311.

Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer.

MUSI 1100 (1-2-0) Introduction to Aural Skills

An introduction to sightsinging and ear-training. A prerequisite course for MUSI 1111. Does not count as credit toward a degree with a major in Music or Music Business.

Requisites: None.

Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer.

MUSI 1101 (1-2-0) Class Voice

Designed to develop the basic vocal skills needed in order to begin private voice study. Students will cover posture, breathing, support, tone resonation, pronunciation in English and possibly Italian, and basic interpretive skills used in the performance of solo vocal literature. Students will also learn and perform standard vocal repertoire from classical to musical theater. The course is open to both music majors and non-music majors.

Requisites: None.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 1109 (1-1-0) Class Guitar

This course is designed to develop the basic guitar skills needed to begin private guitar study and/or to fulfill proficiency requirements on the instrument. Students will learn to read first position, how to execute both rests and free strokes, all major and minor diatonic scales, acquire the first steps in interpretation of the standard elementary repertoire and learn to play with other guitarists in various ensembles. The course is open to both music majors and non-music majors.

Requisites: None.

Offered: Fall, Spring.

MUSI 1111 (1-2-0) Aural Skills I

A skill-building course in sightsinging and ear-training, to include solfège singing of major and minor melodies in both simple and compound meters, aural and rhythmic reading exercises, and melodic and harmonic dictation.

Requisites: None.

Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer.

MUSI 1112 (1-2-0) Aural Skills II

A continuation of MUSI 1111.

Requisites: MUSI 1111, 1311, 1312, or concurrent enrollment in MUSI 1312.

Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer.

MUSI 1201 (2-2-0) Foundations and Principles of Music Education

A course designed to introduce the undergraduate student to the foundations and principles of music education in schools and how these include aural skills, notational literacy, vocal and instrumental performance practice, creative expressive skills, and knowledge of music's varied historical and cultural expression.

Requisites: None.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 1206 (2-2-0) Diction I

A course in the fundamentals of Italian and English diction for vocal music students or non-music majors utilizing the International Phonetic Alphabet. The course will also include basic principles of Latin diction which are essential to the choral conductor.

Requisites: None.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 1207 (2-2-0) Diction II

A course in the fundamentals of German and French diction for vocal performance majors utilizing the International Phonetic Alphabet.

Requisites: MUSI 1206.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 1300 (3-3-0) Fundamentals of Music

A course especially designed for students who have a limited background in music or who are placed in the course by the results of the Music Theory Placement Exam. It includes a study of scales, rhythm, meter, key signatures, musical terminology, intervals, chord construction, and an introduction to solfège sightsinging. No credit for music majors.

Requisites: None.

Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer.

MUSI 1311 (3-3-0) Music Theory I

A step-by-step study of the basic organization of music, from scale and chord structure to traditional four-part harmony. Students develop skills in analyzing music, writing elementary tonal music and improvising written harmonizations to melodic lines.

Requisites: None.

Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer.

MUSI 1312 (3-3-0) Music Theory II

A continuation of MUSI 1311.

Requisites: MUSI 1311.

Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer.

MUSI 1371, 2371, 3371, 4371 (3-1-3) Theater Practicum

(COMA 1371, 2371, 3371, 4371, MALA 5379)

Practical, technical experiences in areas of stage craft, lighting, costuming, properties, house management, and makeup; organizational and operation.

Requisites: None.

Offered: Periodically.

MUSI 2011 (0-0-0) Written MPE (Music Proficiency Exam) Level IV

This course is the music proficiency exam written portion, required for BM, BMA, BME, and BA/BS Music degrees. It determines the student’s readiness for senior-level (4000 level) music study. The course is to be taken concurrently with MUSI 2312 (Music Theory IV) and serves as transcript verification for mastery of written music theory skills. The exam is given as the final exam for Music Theory IV or scheduled individually with students who have already passed the course, but not the exam. The student can enroll in MUSI 2011 up to three times until it is completed successfully.

Requisites: MUSI 1112, MUSI 2311.

Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer.

MUSI 2012 (0-0-0) Dictation MPE (Music Proficiency Exam) Level IV

This course is the music proficiency exam dictation portion, required for BM, BMA, BME, and BA/BS Music degrees. It determines the student’s readiness for senior-level (4000 level) music study. The course is to be taken concurrently with MUSI 2112 (Aural Skills IV) and serves as transcript verification for mastery of rhythmic, melodic, and harmonic dictation as well as error detection. The exam is given as the final exam for Aural Skills IV or scheduled individually with students who have already passed the course, but not the exam. The student can enroll in MUSI 2012 up to three times until it is completed successfully.

Requisites: MUSI 2111, MUSI 2311.

Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer.

MUSI 2013 (0-0-0) Sight-singing MPE (Music Proficiency Exam) Level IV

This course is the music proficiency exam sight-singing portion, required for BM, BMA, BME, and BA/BS Music degrees. It determines the student’s readiness for senior-level (4000 level) music study. The course is to be taken concurrently with MUSI 2112 (Aural Skills IV) and serves as transcript verification for mastery of sight-singing. The exam is given as the final exam for Aural Skills IV or scheduled individually with students who have already passed the course, but not the exam. The student can enroll in MUSI 2013 up to three times until it is completed successfully.

Requisites: MUSI 2111, MUSI 2311.

Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer.

MUSI 2111 (1-2-0) Aural Skills III

A continuation of MUSI 1112. A skill-building course in solfège sightsinging and ear-training. Emphasis will be placed on sightsinging and aural exercises that involve chromaticism, altered chords, and modulations.

Requisites: MUSI 1112, 1312, 2311, or concurrent enrollment in MUSI 2311.

Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer.

MUSI 2112 (1-2-0) Aural Skills IV

A continuation of MUSI 2111.

Requisites: MUSI 2111, 2311, 2312, or concurrent enrollment in MUSI 2312.

Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer.

MUSI 2207 (2-2-0) Introduction to Church Music and Worship

This course will provide an introductory survey of the philosophy and study of church music and worship. Students will examine the development and functional use of music in worship in the Old Testament, New Testament, and throughout Christian history, including modern usage and its various applications in the local church.

Requisites: RELI 1301.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 2305 (3-3-0) Introduction to Music Literature and Fine Arts

A course designed to guide students in the development of the "art of listening." Basic concepts of music design and style are studied through the music of selected composers from each of the historical periods. An overview of all of the fine arts will be covered in this course. Designed for, but not limited to, music majors.

Requisites: MUSI 1111 and 1311.

Offered: Fall, Spring.

MUSI 2311 (3-3-0) Music Theory III

The study of advanced harmony (including larger Baroque and Classical forms, modulations, altered chords, and the harmonic vocabulary of the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries) with emphasis on analysis, part-writing, and improvisational composition projects in various styles.

Requisites: MUSI 1312, MUSI 1111 and 1011.

Offered: Fall, Spring.

MUSI 2312 (3-3-0) Music Theory IV

Continuation of MUSI 2311. The study of late nineteenth-century and twentieth-century compositional techniques with emphasis on analysis, and improvisational composition projects in various styles.

Requisites: MUSI 2311, MUSI 1112 and MUSI 1012, 1013.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 3089 (0-0-0) Junior Recital for Performance Majors

Student will enroll using this course number in the semester he/she desires to present a 25-minute recital as a performance major, or equivalent completion of required levels for performance majors, subject to successful completion of a recital hearing. Student must also enroll in at least one credit hour of his/her applied instrument.

Requisites: None.

Offered: Fall, Spring.

MUSI 3100, 3103, 4100, 4103 (1-1-2) Accompanying Practicum

Designed to provide piano majors/concentrations with practical experience in accompanying soloists, students are required to accompany 3-5 vocal students in lessons and performances according to the supervising professor's evaluation of repertoire involved. Format includes observation of lessons by the supervising professor, submission of song analysis forms, performances in MUSI 1000/1001: Seminar/Performance Lab (S-L) and periodic appointments with the supervising professor to discuss progress and challenges encountered. One semester required for Piano Performance Majors as an ensemble credit. (Fall 3100/4100, Spring 3103/4103).

Requisites: Completion of MUSI 3215.

Offered:  Fall, Spring.

MUSI 3189 (1-1-0) Junior Recital

Student will enroll using this course number in the semester he/she desires to present the recital. Student must also enroll in at least one credit hour of his/her applied instrument.

Requisites: None.

Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer.

MUSI 3201 (2-2-0) Analysis of Musical Structure

An in-depth study of the analysis of musical forms, including sonata form, rondo, sonata-rondo, classical concerto, Baroque variation forms, and fugue.

Requisites: MUSI 2312, MUSI 1011, 1012, 1013.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 3202 (2-2-0) Advanced Analysis

A continuation of MUSI 3201. A study of the harmonic and structural analysis of larger and more complex musical forms, including Romantic symphonic music and twentieth-century music.

Requisites: MUSI 3201, MUSI 2011, 2012, 2013.

Offered: Spring, even-numbered years.

MUSI 3203 (2-2-0) Keyboard Skills

A practical course for the development of keyboard skills including melody harmonization, modulation, transposition, sight reading, and improvisation from lead sheet symbols and from Roman numerals.

Requisites: MUSI 2311, MUSI 2023B or MUSI 3023, MUSI 1011, 1012, 1013.

Offered: Spring, odd-numbered years.

MUSI 3204 (2-2-0) Music History and Literature I

A study of the development of music from its beginnings through the Renaissance period, with emphasis on recognizing style characteristics by examining scores and listening to music.

Requisites: MUSI 2305.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 3205 (2-2-0) Music History and Literature I

A study of the development of music in the Baroque and Classical periods, with emphasis on recognizing style characteristics by examining scores and listening to music.

Requisites: MUSI 2305.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 3206 (2-2-0) Music History and Literature III

A study of the development of music from the Romantic period through the present day, with emphasis on recognizing style characteristics by examining scores and listening to music.

Requisites: MUSI 2305.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 3207 (2-2-0) Basic Conducting

Study toward mastery of basic skills in choral and instrumental conducting, and study of rehearsal and performance techniques.

Requisites: MUSI 1312.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 3208 (2-2-0) Advanced Choral Conducting

Study toward mastery of advanced skills in choral conducting and study of rehearsal and performance techniques.

Requisites: MUSI 3207 and junior standing.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 3215 (2-2-0) Accompanying Skills

A course involving the study of basic pianistic skills required to function as an accompanist for solo and ensemble situations. Special units will be devoted to vocal coaching, improvisational skills, and worship accompaniment. Required for piano performance majors.

Requisites: MUSI 2023B Piano Proficiency Level IV

Offered: Offered Fall, even-numbered years.

MUSI 3217 (2-2-0) Jazz Improvisation

An introduction to jazz improvisation with an emphasis on performance and piano voicings.

Requisites: MUSI 1112, 1312, MUSI 1118, MUSI 3316.

Offered: Periodically.

MUSI 3270 (2-2-0) Church Music and Worship Administration

A study of the practical and operational issues related to church music and worship ministry, providing instruction in all facets of a local church music and worship ministry with lectures and demonstrations by outstanding guest musicians and experts in the field. Course content will include current trends in worship technology.

Requisites: MUSI 2207.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 3271 (2-2-0) Contemporary Worship and Technology

This course will explore the breadth of contemporary worship in the 21st century with attention given to contemporary song and its uses in worship, leading contemporary song writers, and the extensive role that technology plays in contemporary worship.

Requisites: MUSI 2207.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 3311 (3-3-0) Elementary Music Methods

Emphasis is on the teaching of musical concepts (rhythm, melody, texture, timbre, dynamics, form) through musical activities (singing, playing instruments, moving). Course includes teaching general music from kindergarten through 5th grade, utilizing various pedagogical approaches.

Requisites: MUSI 1311 and 1111.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 3312 (3-3-0) Secondary Music Methods

A study of teaching music at the middle and high school levels. Emphasis on choral, instrumental (band and orchestra), music theory, music literature, and general music education in secondary schools.

Requisites: MUSI 3311.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 3316 (3-3-0) Jazz Theory

Basic musical concepts related to the jazz idiom, such as scales, harmony, rhythm, melody, and styles.

Requisites: MUSI 1112, 1312, and MUSI 1118 or MUSI 2023A or 3023, MUSI 1011, 1012, 1013.

Offered: Fall, Spring.

MUSI 4010 (0-3-0) Music All-level Seminar (S-L)

(MUSI 5010)

This required course is designed to help students prepare for the Texas Examination of Educator Standards (TExES). The course will focus on content and sample questions from state authorized preparation manuals distributed by the EducationalmTesting Service. Information will also be gleaned from the state publication Proficiencies for Teachers in Learner-Centered Schools and other appropriate sources. Students must score a minimum of 85% on the DBU TExES post-test in order to passnthe course and be authorized by the College of Education to take the TExES examination. This course contains a field-basednservice-learning component.

Requisites: Educator Preparation Program admission.

Offered: Fall, Spring.

MUSI 4089 (0-0-0) Senior Recital for Music Education

Student will enroll in this course number in the semester he/she desires to present the recital. Student must also enroll in at least one credit hour of his/her applied instrument.

Requisites: MUSI 2011, 2012, 2013.

Offered: Fall, Spring.

MUSI 4089B (0-0-0) Senior Recital for Performance Majors

Student will enroll using this course number in the semester he/she will present a 50-minute solo recital, subject to successful completion of a recital hearing. Student must also enroll in at least one credit hour of his/her applied instrument.

Requisites: MUSI 2011, 2012, 2013.

Offered: Fall, Spring.

MUSI 4109 (1-1-0) Senior Capstone Paper

This course is designed to be a culmination of the student’s undergraduate work in the field of music theory, and also as preparation for graduate school in music theory. It will focus on bibliographic and research skills, choosing a topic for their senior paper, and the completion of that paper. Students will present and discuss their work with the faculty.

Requisites: MUSI 2011, 2012, 2013.

Offered: Fall, Spring.

MUSI 4189 (1-1-0) Senior Recital

Student will enroll in this course number in the semester he/she desires to present the recital. Student must also enroll in at least one credit hour of his/her applied instrument.

Requisites: None.

Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer.

MUSI 4201 (2-2-0) Orchestration

Study of the capabilities and limitations of orchestral and band instruments, analysis of scores, and scoring projects for small and large instrumental ensembles.

Requisites: MUSI 2312, MUSI 2011, 2012, 2013.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 4202 (2-2-0) Sixteenth-Century Counterpoint

A practical study, through analysis and composition, of 16th-century polyphonic technique in the vocal style of Palestrina and other Renaissance composers. To include two-, three-, and four-voice music.

Requisites: MUSI 2112 and MUSI 2312, MUSI 2011, 2012, 2013.

Offered: Spring, odd-numbered years.

MUSI 4203 (2-2-0) Eighteenth-Century Counterpoint

A study of two-, three-, and four-part counterpoint of the Baroque period. Emphasis is placed on analysis of inventions and fugues and imitative choral music. Students are also required to demonstrate proficiency in composition in the style of Baroque counterpoint.

Requisites: MUSI 2312, MUSI 2011, 2012, 2013.

Offered: Spring, even-numbered years.

MUSI 4204 (2-2-0) Choral Arranging

A practical course of creative work in arranging music for different combinations of voices with various styles of accompaniment.

Requisites: MUSI 2312, MUSI 2011, 2012, 2013.

Offered: Fall, even-numbered years.

MUSI 4205 (2-2-0) Twentieth-Century Analytical Techniques

Structural and stylistic analysis of twentieth century music, including early twentieth century styles, pre-serial atonality, the 12- tone technique, microtonality, and electronic music.

Requisites: MUSI 2305, 2312, MUSI 2011, 2012, 2013.

Offered: Fall, odd-numbered years.

MUSI 4208 (2-2-0) Pedagogy of Music Theory

A study of the materials and pedagogical approaches of teaching music theory and aural skills at the college and high school level, to include curriculum study and design, classroom observation, and student teaching experience.

Requisites: MUSI 2112, 2312, MUSI 2023B or 3023, MUSI 2011, 2012, 2013.

Offered: Fall, odd-numbered years.

MUSI 4211 (2-2-0) Vocal Pedagogy

Study of the various scientific and empirical methods of vocal pedagogy, including the physiology of the vocal mechanism. The student will apply class findings through studio observation and student teaching experience.

Requisites: MUSI 2011, 2012, 2013, MUSI 2110 or 2210.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 4212 (2-2-0) Vocal Literature and Performance Practice

A study of song literature from the Renaissance, the Baroque/Classical Romantic German Lieder and French Melodie traditions to the present. Emphasis will be placed on the historical and interpretive aspects of the literature. Required for vocal performance majors.

Requisites: MUSI 2011, 2012, 2013, MUSI 2110 or 2210

Offered: Fall even-numbered years.

MUSI 4214 (2-2-0) Choral Literature and Advanced Choral Techniques

(MALA 5378)

A historical survey of choral literature from the Renaissance to the present. The literature is presented in such a way that students learn and practice choral conducting techniques applicable to the literature.

Requisites: MUSI 2312, MUSI 2011, 2012, 2013.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 4217 (3-3-0) Piano Pedagogy

A study of standard teaching materials for beginners and adults, including a survey of the representative keyboard literature beginning with the late Baroque. Scores, anthologies, recordings and live performances will be utilized.

Requisites: None.

Offered: Spring, odd-numbered years.

MUSI 4218 (2-2-0) Piano Literature I: Renaissance Through the Classical Period

A study of piano repertoire from the Renaissance to the Classical Period including historical and interpretive aspects of the literature.

Requisites: Required for piano performance majors. MUSI 2011, 2012, 2013.

Offered: Fall, odd-numbered years.

MUSI 4228 (2-2-0) Piano Literature II: Romantic Through the Present

A study of piano repertoire from the Romantic to the present including historical and interpretive aspects of the literature.

Requisites: Required for piano performance majors. MUSI 2011, 2012, 2013.

Offered: Spring, even-numbered years.

MUSI 4301 (3-3-0) Instrumental Methods

A comprehensive study of instrumental music in the school. Emphasis will be on the band and orchestra instruments, teaching pedagogy for woodwinds, brass, string and percussion as well as ensemble development including literature, organization and other matters concerning the instrumental program.

Requisites: MUSI 2312, MUSI 2011, 2012, 2013.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 4305 (3-3-0) Congregational Song

(MALA 5373, WORS 5307)

A study of the Psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs, emphasizing periods of historical development and their practical use in the church worship service, with emphasis given to the role of congregational song in traditional and contemporary worship.

Requisites: MUSI 2207, MUSI 2011, 2012, 2013.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 4308 (3-3-0) Internship in Church Music (S-L)

An intern educational project in church music and worship in which the qualifying student participates in a supervised local church music ministry as an intern for one complete semester. The intern will function under the supervision of a local minister of music/worship and the director of church music studies. This course contains a field-based service-learning component.

Requisites: Senior level (90 credit-hours) status. Off-campus work of 150 hours required (O-CW). MUSI 2011, 2012, 2013, MUSI 3270.

Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer.

MUSI 4342 (3-3-0) Ethnomusicology in Cross-Cultural Service

(RELI 4342, MALA 5380)

This course will study the "worlds of music" through the lens of Ethnomusicology applying appropriate methodologies to cross- cultural service in Christian contexts. Students will also learn methodologies for appropriate ways of encouraging and  engaging indigenous music to the Christian worship experience.

Requisites: MUSI 1011, 1012, 1013.

Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer.

MUSI 4353 (3-3-0) Fine Arts in East Asia

(ART 4353, MAGL 5353, MALA 5333)

An overview of the visual and performing arts of East Asia. Field trips to art museums and cultural events will be required.

Requisites: None.

Offered: Alternate Fall, Online.

MUSI 4380 (3-3-0) The Arts and the Creative Process

(ART 4380, COMA 4380, MALA 5372)

Analysis of the visual and performing arts including the study of the human process involved in the creation of the Arts. The study will include perception, criticism, and factors which integrate, influence, and create the arts. Field trips are required.

Requisites: None.

Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer, Online.

Applied Music

Applied music major course numbers. (Applied music as an elective has different numbers than for music major credits. These are listed in the current semester class schedule).

Composition:

MUSI 1140 (1-.5-0) Applied Composition

Private instruction in composition for one-half hour per week.

Requisites: MUSI 1111, 1311.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 1141 (1-.5-0) Applied Composition

Private instruction in composition for one-half hour per week.

Requisites: MUSI 1111, 1311.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 1142 (1-.5-0) Applied Composition

Private instruction in composition for one-half hour per week.

Requisites: MUSI 1111, 1311.

Offered: Summer.

MUSI 1240 (2-1-0) Applied Composition

Private instruction in composition for one-half hour per week.

Requisites: MUSI 1300, 1311.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 1241 (2-1-0) Applied Composition

Private instruction in composition for one-half hour per week.

Requisites: MUSI 1300, 1311.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 1242 (2-1-0) Applied Composition

Private instruction in composition for one-half hour per week.

Requisites: MUSI 1300, 1311.

Offered: Summer.

MUSI 2140 (1-.5-0) Applied Composition

Private instruction in composition for one-half hour per week.

Requisites: MUSI 1111, 1311.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 2141 (1-.5-0) Applied Composition

Private instruction in composition for one-half hour per week.

Requisites: MUSI 1312, 1112, MUSI 1140 or MUSI 1240 and MUSI 1141 or MUSI 1241.

Offered: Spring

MUSI 2142 (1-.5-0) Applied Composition

Private instruction in composition for one-half hour per week.

Requisites: MUSI 1312, 1112, MUSI 1140 or MUSI 1240 and MUSI 1141 or MUSI 1241.

Offered: Summer.

MUSI 2240 (2-1-0) Applied Composition

Private instruction in composition for one-half hour per week.

Requisites: MUSI 1300, 1311.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 2241 (2-1-0) Applied Composition

Private instruction in composition for one-half hour per week.

Requisites: MUSI 1312, MUSI 1112, MUSI 1140 or MUSI 1240 and MUSI 1141 or MUSI 1241.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 2242 (2-1-0) Applied Composition

Private instruction in composition for one-half hour per week.

Requisites: MUSI 1312, MUSI 1112, MUSI 1140 or MUSI 1240 and MUSI 1141 or MUSI 1241.

Offered: Summer.

MUSI 3140 (1-.5-0) Applied Composition

Private instruction in composition for one-half hour per week.

Requisites: MUSI 1111, 1311.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 3141 (1-.5-0) Applied Composition

Private instruction in composition for one-half hour per week.

Requisites: MUSI 2311, MUSI 2111, MUSI 1011, MUSI 1012, MUSI 1013, MUSI 2140 or MUSI 2240 and MUSI 2141 or MUSI 2241.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 3142 (1-.5-0) Applied Composition

Private instruction in composition for one-half hour per week.

Requisites: MUSI 2311, MUSI 2111, MUSI 1011, MUSI 1012, MUSI 1013, MUSI 2140 or MUSI 2240 and MUSI 2141 or MUSI 2241.

Offered: Summer.

MUSI 3240 (2-1-0) Applied Composition

Private instruction in composition for one-half hour per week.

Requisites: MUSI 1300, 1311.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 3241 (2-1-0) Applied Composition

Private instruction in composition for one-half hour per week.

Requisites: MUSI 2311, MUSI 2111, MUSI 1011, MUSI 1012, MUSI 1013, MUSI 2140 or MUSI 2240 and MUSI 2141 or MUSI 2241.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 3242 (2-1-0) Applied Composition

Private instruction in composition for one-half hour per week.

Requisites: MUSI 2311, MUSI 2111, MUSI 1011, MUSI 1012, MUSI 1013, MUSI 2140 or MUSI 2240 and MUSI 2141 or MUSI 2241.

Offered: Summer.

MUSI 3340 (3-3-3) Advanced Applied Composition

Private study in composition for one and one-half hours per week.

Requisites: None.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 3341 (3-3-3) Advanced Applied Composition

Private study in composition for one and one-half hours per week.

Requisites: MUSI 2312, MUSI 2112, MUSI 2011, MUSI 2012, MUSI 2013, MUSI 2140 or MUSI 2240 and MUSI 2141 or MUSI 2241.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 3342 (3-3-3) Advanced Applied Composition

Private study in composition for one and one-half hours per week.

Requisites: MUSI 2312, MUSI 2112, MUSI 2011, MUSI 2012, MUSI 2013, MUSI 2140 or MUSI 2240 and MUSI 2141 or MUSI 2241.

Offered: Summer.

MUSI 4140 (1-.5-0) Applied Composition

Private instruction in composition for one-half hour per week.

Requisites: MUSI 1111, 1311.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 4141 (1-.5-0) Applied Composition

Private instruction in composition for one-half hour per week.

Requisites: MUSI 2312, MUSI 2112, MUSI 2011, MUSI 2012, MUSI 2013, MUSI 3140 or MUSI 3240 and MUSI 3141 or MUSI 3241.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 4142 (1-.5-0) Applied Composition

Private instruction in composition for one-half hour per week.

Requisites: MUSI 2312, MUSI 2112, MUSI 2011, MUSI 2012, MUSI 2013, MUSI 3140 or MUSI 3240 and MUSI 3141 or MUSI 3241.

Offered: Summer.

MUSI 4240 (2-1-0) Applied Composition

Private instruction in composition for one-half hour per week.

Requisites: MUSI 1300, 1311.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 4241 (2-1-0) Applied Composition

Private instruction in composition for one-half hour per week.

Requisites: MUSI 2312, MUSI 2112, MUSI 2011, MUSI 2012, MUSI 2013, MUSI 3140 or MUSI 3240 and MUSI 3141 or MUSI 3241.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 4242 (2-1-0) Applied Composition

Private instruction in composition for one-half hour per week.

Requisites: MUSI 2312, MUSI 2112, MUSI 2011, MUSI 2012, MUSI 2013, MUSI 3140 or MUSI 3240 and MUSI 3141 or MUSI 3241.

Offered: Summer.

MUSI 4340 (3-3-3) Advanced Applied Composition

Private study in composition for one and one-half hours per week.

Requisites: None.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 4341 (3-3-3) Advanced Applied Composition

Private study in composition for one and one-half hours per week.

Requisites: MUSI 2312, MUSI 2112, MUSI 2011, MUSI 2012, MUSI 2013, MUSI 3140 or MUSI 3240 and MUSI 3141 or MUSI 3241.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 11C1 (1-.5-0) Applied Composition Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in composition for 25 minutes per week. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 1300, 1311.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 11C2 (1-.5-0) Applied Composition Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in composition for 25 minutes per week. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 1300, 1311.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 12C1 (2-1-0) Applied Composition Elective

(for non-music majors)

Private instruction in composition for 50 minutes per week. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 1311, MUSI 1111.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 12C2 (2-1-0) Applied Composition Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in composition for 50 minutes per week. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 1311, MUSI 1111.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 21C1 (1-.5-0) Applied Composition Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in composition for 25 minutes per week. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 11C1, MUSI 11C2.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 21C2 (1-.5-0) Applied Composition Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in composition for 25 minutes per week. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 11C1, MUSI 11C2.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 22C1 (2-1-0) Applied Composition Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in composition for 50 minutes per week. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 1312, MUSI 1112, MUSI 11C1 or MUSI 12C1 and MUSI 11C2 or MUSI 12C2.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 22C2 (2-1-0) Applied Composition Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in composition for 50 minutes per week. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 1312, MUSI 1112, MUSI 11C1 or MUSI 12C1 and MUSI 11C2 or MUSI 12C2.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 31C1 (1-.5-0) Applied Composition Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in composition for 25 minutes per week. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 2111, 2311, MUSI 21C1 or MUSI 22C1 and MUSI 21C2 or MUSI 22C2.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 31C2 (1-.5-0) Applied Composition Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in composition for 25 minutes per week. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 2111, 2311, MUSI 21C1 or MUSI 22C1 and MUSI 21C2 or MUSI 22C2.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 32C1 (2-1-0) Applied Composition Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in composition for 50 minutes per week. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 2311, MUSI 2111, MUSI 21C1 or MUSI 22C1 and MUSI 21C2 or MUSI 22C2.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 32C2 (2-1-0) Applied Composition Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in composition for 50 minutes per week. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 2311, MUSI 2111, MUSI 21C1 or MUSI 22C1 and MUSI 21C2 or MUSI 22C2.

Offered: Spring

MUSI 41C1 (1-.5-0) Applied Composition Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in composition for 25 minutes per week. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 2312, 2112, 2011, 2012, 2013, MUSI 31C1 or MUSI 32C1 and MUSI 31C2 or MUSI 32C2.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 41C2 (1-.5-0) Applied Composition Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in composition for 25 minutes per week. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 31C1, MUSI 31C2.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 42C1 (2-1-0) Applied Composition Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in composition for 50 minutes per week. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 2312, 2112, 2011, 2012, 2013, MUSI 31C1 or MUSI 32C1 and MUSI 31C2 or MUSI 32C2.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 42C2 (2-1-0) Applied Composition Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in composition for 50 minutes per week. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 2312, 2112, 2011, 2012, 2013, MUSI 31C1 or MUSI 32C1 and MUSI 31C2 or MUSI 32C2.

Offered: Spring.

Guitar:

MUSI 1160 (1-.5-0) Applied Guitar

Private instruction in guitar for 25 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by the guitar faculty. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: None.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 1162 (1-.5-0) Applied Guitar

Private instruction in guitar for 25 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by the guitar faculty. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: None.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 2160 (1-.5-0) Applied Guitar

Private instruction in guitar for 25 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by the guitar faculty. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 1160, MUSI 1162.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 2162 (1-.5-0) Applied Guitar

Private instruction in guitar for 25 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by the guitar faculty. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 1160, MUSI 1162.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 3160 (1-.5-0) Applied Guitar

Private instruction in guitar for 25 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by the guitar faculty. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 2160, MUSI 2162.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 3162 (1-.5-0) Applied Guitar

Private instruction in guitar for 25 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by the guitar faculty. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 2160, MUSI 2162.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 4160 (1-.5-0) Applied Guitar

Private instruction in guitar for 25 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by the guitar faculty. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 3160, MUSI 3162.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 4162 (1-.5-0) Applied Guitar

Private instruction in guitar for 25 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by the guitar faculty. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 3160, MUSI 3162.

Offered: Spring

MUSI 1260 (2-1-0) Applied Guitar

Private instruction in guitar for 50 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by the guitar faculty. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: None.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 1262 (2-1-0) Applied Guitar

Private instruction in guitar for 50 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by the guitar faculty. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: None.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 2260 (2-1-0) Applied Guitar

Private instruction in guitar for 50 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by the guitar faculty. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 1260, MUSI 1262.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 2262 (2-1-0) Applied Guitar

Private instruction in guitar for 50 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by the guitar faculty. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 1260, MUSI 1262.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 3260 (2-1-0) Applied Guitar

Private instruction in guitar for 50 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by the guitar faculty. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 2260, MUSI 2262.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 3262 (2-1-0) Applied Guitar

Private instruction in guitar for 50 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by the guitar faculty. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 2260, MUSI 2262.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 4260 (2-1-0) Applied Guitar

Private instruction in guitar for 50 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by the guitar faculty. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 3260, MUSI 3262.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 4262 (2-1-0) Applied Guitar

Private instruction in guitar for 50 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by the guitar faculty. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 3260, MUSI 3262.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 11G1 (1-.5-0) Applied Guitar Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in guitar for 25 minutes per week. This applied guitar course does not require a final jury exam. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: None.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 11G2 (1-.5-0) Applied Guitar Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in guitar for 25 minutes per week. This applied guitar course does not require a final jury exam. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: None.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 21G1 (1-.5-0) Applied Guitar Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in guitar for 25 minutes per week. This applied guitar course does not require a final jury exam. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 11G1, MUSI 11G2.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 21G2 (1-.5-0) Applied Guitar Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in guitar for 25 minutes per week. This applied guitar course does not require a final jury exam. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 11G1, MUSI 11G2.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 31G1 (1-.5-0) Applied Guitar Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in guitar for 25 minutes per week. This applied guitar course does not require a final jury exam. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 21G1, MUSI 21G2.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 31G2 (1-.5-0) Applied Guitar Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in guitar for 25 minutes per week. This applied guitar course does not require a final jury exam. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 21G1, MUSI 21G2.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 41G1 (1-.5-0) Applied Guitar Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in guitar for 25 minutes per week. This applied guitar course does not require a final jury exam. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 31G1, MUSI 31G2.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 41G2 (1-.5-0) Applied Guitar Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in guitar for 25 minutes per week. This applied guitar course does not require a final jury exam. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 31G1, MUSI 31G2.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 12G1 (2-1-0) Applied Guitar Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in guitar for 50 minutes per week. This applied guitar course does not require a final jury exam. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: None.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 12G2 (2-1-0) Applied Guitar Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in guitar for 50 minutes per week. This applied guitar course does not require a final jury exam. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: None.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 22G1 (2-1-0) Applied Guitar Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in guitar for 50 minutes per week. This applied guitar course does not require a final jury exam. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 12G1.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 22G2 (2-1-0) Applied Guitar Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in guitar for 50 minutes per week. This applied guitar course does not require a final jury exam. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 12G1.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 32G1 (2-1-0) Applied Guitar Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in guitar for 50 minutes per week. This applied guitar course does not require a final jury exam. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 22G1.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 32G2 (2-1-0) Applied Guitar Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in guitar for 50 minutes per week. This applied guitar course does not require a final jury exam. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 22G1.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 42G1 (2-1-0) Applied Guitar Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in guitar for 50 minutes per week. This applied guitar course does not require a final jury exam. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 32G1.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 42G2 (2-1-0) Applied Guitar Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in guitar for 50 minutes per week. This applied guitar course does not require a final jury exam. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 32G1.

Offered: Spring.

Instrument:

MUSI 1150 (2-2-2) Applied Instrument

Private instruction in brass or woodwinds for one hour per week.

Requisites: None.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 1151 (2-2-2) Applied Instrument

Private instruction in brass or woodwinds for one hour per week.

Requisites: None.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 1250 (2-2-2) Applied Instrument

Private instruction in brass or woodwinds for one hour per week.

Requisites: None.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 1251 (2-2-2) Applied Instrument

Private instruction in brass or woodwinds for one hour per week.

Requisites: None.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 2250 (2-2-2) Applied Instrument

Private instruction in brass or woodwinds for one hour per week.

Requisites: None.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 2251 (2-2-2) Applied Instrument

Private instruction in brass or woodwinds for one hour per week.

Requisites: None.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 3250 (2-2-2) Applied Instrument

Private instruction in brass or woodwinds for one hour per week.

Requisites: None.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 3251 (2-2-2) Applied Instrument

Private instruction in brass or woodwinds for one hour per week.

Requisites: None.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 4250 (2-2-2) Applied Instrument

Private instruction in brass or woodwinds for one hour per week.

Requisites: None.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 4251 (2-2-2) Applied Instrument

Private instruction in brass or woodwinds for one hour per week.

Requisites: None.

Offered: Spring.

Applied Organ:

MUSI 1130 (1-.5-0) Applied Organ

Private instruction in organ for 25 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of organ faculty members. (Applied Music fee).

Requisites: None.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 1131 (1-.5-0) Applied Organ

Private instruction in organ for 25 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of organ faculty members. (Applied Music fee).

Requisites: MUSI 1130 or MUSI 1230.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 1230 (2-1-0) Applied Organ

Private instruction in organ for 50 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of organ faculty members. (Applied Music fee).

Requisites: None.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 1231 (2-1-0) Applied Organ

Private instruction in organ for 50 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of organ faculty members. (Applied Music fee).

Requisites: None.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 2130 (1-.5-0) Applied Organ

Private instruction in organ for 25 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of organ faculty members. (Applied Music fee.)

Requisites: MUSI 1130 or MUSI 1230, and MUSI 1131 or MUSI 1231.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 2131 (1-.5-0) Applied Organ

Private instruction in organ for 25 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of organ faculty members. (Applied Music fee.)

Requisites: MUSI 1130 or MUSI 1230, and MUSI 1131 or MUSI 1231, and MUSI 2130 or 2230.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 2230 (2-1-0) Applied Organ

Private instruction in organ for 50 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of organ faculty members. (Applied Music fee).

Requisites: MUSI 1130 or MUSI 1230, and MUSI 1131 or MUSI 1231.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 2231 (2-1-0) Applied Organ

Private instruction in organ for 50 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of organ faculty members. (Applied Music fee).

Requisites: MUSI 1130 or MUSI 1230, and MUSI 1131 or MUSI 1231.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 3130 (1-.5-0) Applied Organ

Private instruction in organ for 25 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of organ faculty members. (Applied Music fee).

Requisites: MUSI 1130 or MUSI 1230, and MUSI 1131 or MUSI 1231, and MUSI 2130 or MUSI 2230, and MUSI 2131 or

MUSI 2231.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 3131 (1-.5-0) Applied Organ

Private instruction in organ for 25 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of organ faculty members. (Applied Music fee).

Requisites: MUSI 1130 or MUSI 1230, and MUSI 1131 or MUSI 1231, and MUSI 2130 or MUSI 2230, and MUSI 3130 or MUSI 3230.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 3230 (2-1-0) Applied Organ

Private instruction in organ for 50 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of organ faculty members. (Applied Music fee).

Requisites: MUSI 1130 or MUSI 1230 and MUSI 1131 or MUSI 1231, and MUSI 2130 or MUSI 2230, and MUSI 2131 or MUSI 2231.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 3231 (2-1-0) Applied Organ

Private instruction in organ for 50 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of organ faculty members. (Applied Music fee).

Requisites: MUSI 1130 or MUSI 1230 and MUSI 1131 or MUSI 1231, and MUSI 2130 or MUSI 2230, and MUSI 3130 or MUSI 3230.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 3330 (3-3-3) Advanced Applied Organ

Private instruction in organ on the advanced level for one and one-half hour per week.

Requisites: MUSI 1130 or MUSI 1230 and MUSI 1131 or MUSI 1231, and MUSI 2130 or MUSI 2230, and MUSI 2131 or MUSI 2231.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 4130 (1-.5-0) Applied Organ

Private instruction in organ for 25 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of organ faculty members. (Applied Music fee).

Requisites: MUSI 1130 or 1230, and MUSI 1131 or 1231, and MUSI 2130 or 2230, and MUSI 2131 or 2231, and MUSI 3130 or MUSI 3230, and MUSI 3131 or 3231.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 4131 (1-.5-0) Applied Organ

Private instruction in organ for 25 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of organ faculty members. (Applied Music fee).

Requisites: MUSI 1130 or 1230, and MUSI 1131 or 1231, and MUSI 2130 or 2230, and MUSI 3130 or 3230, and MUSI 3131 or MUSI 3231, and MUSI 4110 or 4210 or 4310.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 4230 (2-1-0) Applied Organ

Private instruction in organ for 50 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of organ faculty members. (Applied Music fee).

Requisites: MUSI 1130 or MUSI 1230, and MUSI 1131 or 1231, and MUSI 2130 or MUSI 2230, and MUSI 2131 or MUSI 2231, and MUSI 3130 or MUSI 3230, and MUSI 3131 or MUSI 3231.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 4330 (3-3-3) Advanced Applied Organ

Private instruction in organ on the advanced level for one and one-half hour per week.

Requisites: MUSI 1130 or MUSI 1230 and MUSI 1131 or MUSI 1231, and MUSI 2130 or MUSI 2230, and MUSI 2131 or MUSI 2231.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 11R1 (1-.5-0) Applied Organ Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in organ for 25 minutes per week. This applied organ course does not require a final jury exam. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: None.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 21R1 (1-.5-0) Applied Organ Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in organ for 25 minutes per week. This applied organ course does not require a final jury exam. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: None.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 31R1 (1-.5-0) Applied Organ Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in organ for 25 minutes per week. This applied organ course does not require a final jury exam. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: None.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 41R1 (1-.5-0) Applied Organ Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in organ for 25 minutes per week. This applied organ course does not require a final jury exam. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: None.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 12R1 (2-1-0) Applied Organ Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in organ for 50 minutes per week. This applied organ course does not require a final jury exam. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: None.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 22R1 (2-1-0) Applied Organ Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in organ for 50 minutes per week. This applied organ course does not require a final jury exam. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: None.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 32R1 (2-1-0) Applied Organ Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in organ for 50 minutes per week. This applied organ course does not require a final jury exam. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: None.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 42R1 (2-1-0) Applied Organ Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in organ for 50 minutes per week. This applied organ course does not require a final jury exam. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: None.

Offered: Fall.

Piano:

MUSI 1117 (1-2-0) Class Piano I

Designed to develop the basic keyboard skills needed to fulfill the requirements of Level I of the Piano Proficiency requirements. Students will cover pentascales and basic chord progressions with inversions in all major and minor scales for two octaves each hand alone. Simple sight-reading, harmonization, transposition and improvisation will also be included. Requisites: Concurrent enrollment in MUSI 1000 or MUSI 1001.

Offered: Fall, Spring.

MUSI 1118 (1-2-0) Class Piano II

Designed to develop the basic keyboard skills needed to fulfill the requirements for Level II of the Piano Proficiency requirements. Students will cover pentascales, broken chords, scales, and basic chord progressions with inversions in all major and minor keys. Two repertoire pieces will be memorized. Simple sight-reading, harmonization, transposition and improvisation will also be included.

Requisites: MUSI 1117 with a grade of C-.

Offered: Fall, Spring.

MUSI 1120 (1-.5-0) Applied Piano

Private instruction in piano for 25 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of piano faculty members. The student will pursue the completion of specific lower level piano proficiency requirements as described in the student’s specific music degree plan. Students who have completed all proficiency requirements will study and perform repertoire as determined by the instructor. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: Concurrent enrollment in MUSI 2023A or MUSI 3023. Completion of MUSI 1118 with a grade of C-.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 1121 (1-.5-0) Applied Piano

Private instruction in piano for 25 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of piano faculty members. The student will pursue the completion of specific lower level piano proficiency requirements as described in the student’s specific music degree plan. Students who have completed all proficiency requirements will study and perform repertoire as determined by the instructor. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: Concurrent enrollment in MUSI 2023A or MUSI 3023. Completion of MUSI 1118 with a grade of C-.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 1122 (1-.5-0) Applied Piano

Private instruction in piano for 25 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of piano faculty members. The student will pursue the completion of specific lower level piano proficiency requirements as described in the student’s specific music degree plan. Students who have completed all proficiency requirements will study and perform repertoire as determined by the instructor. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: Concurrent enrollment in MUSI 2023A or MUSI 3023. Completion of MUSI 1118 with a grade of C-.

Offered: Summer.

MUSI 2120 (1-.5-0) Applied Piano

Private instruction in piano for 25 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of piano faculty members. The student will pursue the completion of specific lower level piano proficiency requirements as described in the student’s specific music degree plan. Students who have completed all proficiency requirements will study and perform repertoire as determined by the instructor. Applied music fee required.

Requisites: This number must be repeated if the student does not complete piano proficiency requirements. Completion of two semesters of applied piano (including MUSI 1117: Class Piano I or MUSI 1118: Class Piano II) or approval of Program Head of Keyboard Division is required for music majors with piano as a secondary instrument.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 2121 (1-.5-0) Applied Piano

Private instruction in piano for 25 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of piano faculty members. The student will pursue the completion of specific lower level piano proficiency requirements as described in the student’s specific music degree plan. Students who have completed all proficiency requirements will study and perform repertoire as determined by the instructor. Applied music fee required.

Requisites: This number must be repeated if the student does not complete piano proficiency requirements. Completion of two semesters of applied piano (including MUSI 1117: Class Piano I or MUSI 1118: Class Piano II) or approval of Program Head of Keyboard Division is required for music majors with piano as a secondary instrument.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 2122 (1-.5-0) Applied Piano

Private instruction in piano for 25 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of piano faculty members. The student will pursue the completion of specific lower level piano proficiency requirements as described in the student’s specific music degree plan. Students who have completed all proficiency requirements will study and perform repertoire as determined by the instructor. Applied music fee required.

Requisites: This number must be repeated if the student does not complete piano proficiency requirements. Completion of two semesters of applied piano (including MUSI 1117: Class Piano I or MUSI 1118: Class Piano II) or approval of Program Head of Keyboard Division is required for music majors with piano as a secondary instrument.

Offered: Summer.

MUSI 3120 (1-.5-0) Applied Piano

Private instruction in piano for 25 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of piano faculty members. The student will pursue the completion of specific upper level piano proficiency requirements as described in the student’s specific music degree plan. Students who have completed all proficiency requirements will study and perform repertoire as determined by the instructor. Applied music fee required.

Requisites: Completion of four semesters of applied piano (including MUSI 1117: Class Piano I or MUSI 1118: Class Piano II) and the completion of all degree-specific proficiency requirements MUSI 2023A: Piano Proficiency Level III and/or MUSI 2023B: Piano Proficiency Level IV, MUSI 2023C: Sophomore Barrier for Piano Majors/Concentrations, or MUSI 3023 Piano Proficiency Level V.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 3121 (1-.5-0) Applied Piano

Private instruction in piano for 25 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of piano faculty members. The student will pursue the completion of specific upper level piano proficiency requirements as described in the student’s specific music degree plan. Students who have completed all proficiency requirements will study and perform repertoire as determined by the instructor. Applied music fee required.

Requisites: Completion of four semesters of applied piano (including MUSI 1117: Class Piano I or MUSI 1118: Class Piano II) and the completion of all degree-specific proficiency requirements MUSI 2023A: Piano Proficiency Level III and/or MUSI  2023B: Piano Proficiency Level IV, MUSI 2023C: Sophomore Barrier for Piano Majors/Concentrations, or MUSI 3023 Piano Proficiency Level V.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 3122 (1-.5-0) Applied Piano

Private instruction in piano for 25 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of piano faculty members. The student will pursue the completion of specific upper level piano proficiency requirements as described in the student’s specific music degree plan. Students who have completed all proficiency requirements will study and perform repertoire as determined by the instructor. Applied music fee required.

Requisites: Completion of four semesters of applied piano (including MUSI 1117: Class Piano I or MUSI 1118: Class Piano II) and the completion of all degree-specific proficiency requirements MUSI 2023A: Piano Proficiency Level III and/or MUSI 2023B: Piano Proficiency Level IV, MUSI 2023C: Sophomore Barrier for Piano Majors/Concentrations, or MUSI 3023 Piano Proficiency Level V.

Offered: Summer.

MUSI 3223 (2-2-0) Advanced Applied Piano for Performance Majors

Private instruction for 50 minutes per week. The student will pursue the completion of specific upper level piano proficiency requirements as described in the student’s specific music degree plan. Students who have completed all proficiency requirements will study and perform repertoire as determined by the instructor. (Applied Music fee required).

Requisites: Completion of four semester of applied piano (including MUSI 1117: Class Piano I or MUSI 1118: Class Piano II) and the completion of all degree-specific proficiency requirements MUSI 2023A: Piano Proficiency Level III and/or MUSI 2023B: Piano Proficiency Level IV, MUSI 2023C: Sophomore Barrier for Piano Majors/Concentrations, or MUSI 3023 Piano Proficiency Level V.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 4120 (1-.5-0) Applied Piano

Private instruction in piano for 25 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of piano faculty members. The student will pursue the completion of specific upper level piano proficiency requirements as described in the student’s specific music degree plan. Students who have completed all proficiency requirements will study and perform repertoire as determined by the instructor. (Applied music fee required)

Requisites: Completion of six semesters of applied piano (including MUSI 1117: Class Piano I or MUSI 1118: Class Piano II) and the completion of all degree-specific proficiency requirements MUSI 2023A: Piano Proficiency Level III and/or MUSI 2023B: Piano Proficiency Level IV, MUSI 2023C: Sophomore Barrier for Piano Majors/Concentrations, or MUSI 3023 Piano Proficiency Level V.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 4121 (1-.5-0) Applied Piano

Private instruction in piano for 25 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of piano faculty members. The student will pursue the completion of specific upper level piano proficiency requirements as described in the student’s specific music degree plan. Students who have completed all proficiency requirements will study and perform repertoire as determined by the instructor. (Applied music fee required)

Requisites: Completion of six semesters of applied piano (including MUSI 1117: Class Piano I or MUSI 1118: Class Piano II) and the completion of all degree-specific proficiency requirements MUSI 2023A: Piano Proficiency Level III and/or MUSI 2023B: Piano Proficiency Level IV, MUSI 2023C: Sophomore Barrier for Piano Majors/Concentrations, or MUSI 3023 Piano Proficiency Level V.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 4122 (1-.5-0) Applied Piano

Private instruction in piano for 25 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of piano faculty members. The student will pursue the completion of specific upper level piano proficiency requirements as described in the student’s specific music degree plan. Students who have completed all proficiency requirements will study and perform repertoire as determined by the instructor. (Applied music fee required)

Requisites: Completion of six semesters of applied piano (including MUSI 1117: Class Piano I or MUSI 1118: Class Piano II) and the completion of all degree-specific proficiency requirements MUSI 2023A: Piano Proficiency Level III and/or MUSI 2023B: Piano Proficiency Level IV, MUSI 2023C: Sophomore Barrier for Piano Majors/Concentrations, or MUSI 3023 Piano Proficiency Level V.

Offered: Summer.

MUSI 1220 (2-1-0) Applied Piano

Private instruction in piano for 50 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of piano faculty members. The student will pursue the completion of specific lower level piano proficiency requirements as described in the student’s specific lower level piano proficiency requirements as described in the student’s specific music degree plan.

Students who have completed all proficiency requirements will study and perform repertoire as determined by the instructor.

(Applied Music fee required.) This number may be repeated for credit to accumulate lower level applied piano credits for music majors as defined by the specific music major degree plan.

Requisites: Completion of MUSI 1117 or approval of Program Head of Keyboard Division is required for music majors with piano as a secondary instrument.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 1221 (2-1-0) Applied Piano

Private instruction in piano for 50 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of piano faculty members. The student will pursue the completion of specific lower level piano proficiency requirements as described in the student’s specific lower level piano proficiency requirements as described in the student’s specific music degree plan.

Students who have completed all proficiency requirements will study and perform repertoire as determined by the instructor.

(Applied Music fee required.) This number may be repeated for credit to accumulate lower level applied piano credits for music majors as defined by the specific music major degree plan.

Requisites: Completion of MUSI 1117 or approval of Program Head of Keyboard Division is required for music majors with piano as a secondary instrument.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 1222 (2-1-0) Applied Piano

Private instruction in piano for 50 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of piano faculty members. The student will pursue the completion of specific lower level piano proficiency requirements as described in the student’s specific lower level piano proficiency requirements as described in the student’s specific music degree plan.

Students who have completed all proficiency requirements will study and perform repertoire as determined by the instructor.

(Applied Music fee required.) This number may be repeated for credit to accumulate lower level applied piano credits for music majors as defined by the specific music major degree plan.

Requisites: Completion of MUSI 1117 or approval of Program Head of Keyboard Division is required for music majors with piano as a secondary instrument.

Offered: Summer.

MUSI 2220 (2-1-0) Applied Piano

Private instruction in piano for 50 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of piano faculty members. The student will pursue the completion of specific lower level piano proficiency requirements as described in the student’s specific lower level piano proficiency requirements as described in the student’s specific music degree plan.

Students who have completed all proficiency requirements will study and perform repertoire as determined by the instructor.

(Applied Music fee required.) This number must be repeated if the student does not complete piano proficiency requirements.

Requisites: Completion of two semesters of applied piano (including MUSI 1117: Class Piano I or MUSI 1118: Class Piano II) or approval of Program Head of Keyboard Division is required for music majors with piano as a secondary instrument. 

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 2221 (2-1-0) Applied Piano

Private instruction in piano for 50 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of piano faculty members. The student will pursue the completion of specific lower level piano proficiency requirements as described in the student’s specific lower level piano proficiency requirements as described in the student’s specific music degree plan.

Students who have completed all proficiency requirements will study and perform repertoire as determined by the instructor.

(Applied Music fee required.) This number must be repeated if the student does not complete piano proficiency requirements.

Requisites: Completion of two semesters of applied piano (including MUSI 1117: Class Piano I or MUSI 1118: Class Piano II) or approval of Program Head of Keyboard Division is required for music majors with piano as a secondary instrument. 

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 2222 (2-1-0) Applied Piano

Private instruction in piano for 50 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of piano faculty members. The student will pursue the completion of specific lower level piano proficiency requirements as described in the student’s specific lower level piano proficiency requirements as described in the student’s specific music degree plan.

Students who have completed all proficiency requirements will study and perform repertoire as determined by the instructor.

(Applied Music fee required.) This number must be repeated if the student does not complete piano proficiency requirements.

Requisites: Completion of two semesters of applied piano (including MUSI 1117: Class Piano I or MUSI 1118: Class Piano II) or approval of Program Head of Keyboard Division is required for music majors with piano as a secondary instrument. 

Offered: Summer.

MUSI 3220 (2-1-0) Applied Piano

Private instruction in piano for 50 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of piano faculty members. The student will pursue the completion of specific upper level piano proficiency requirements as described in the student’s specific music degree plan. Students who have completed all proficiency requirements will study and perform repertoire as determined by the instructor. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: Completion of four semesters of applied piano (including MUSI 1117: Class Piano I or MUSI 1118: Class Piano II) and the completion of all degree-specific proficiency requirements MUSI 2023A: Piano Proficiency Level III and/or MUSI  2023B: Piano Proficiency Level IV, MUSI 2023C: Sophomore Barrier for Piano Majors/Concentrations, or MUSI 3023 Piano Proficiency Level V.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 3221 (2-1-0) Applied Piano

Private instruction in piano for 50 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of piano faculty members. The student will pursue the completion of specific upper level piano proficiency requirements as described in the student’s specific music degree plan. Students who have completed all proficiency requirements will study and perform repertoire as determined by the instructor. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: Completion of four semesters of applied piano (including MUSI 1117: Class Piano I or MUSI 1118: Class Piano II) and the completion of all degree-specific proficiency requirements MUSI 2023A: Piano Proficiency Level III and/or MUSI 2023B: Piano Proficiency Level IV, MUSI 2023C: Sophomore Barrier for Piano Majors/Concentrations, or MUSI 3023 Piano Proficiency Level V.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 3222 (2-1-0) Applied Piano

Private instruction in piano for 50 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of piano faculty members. The student will pursue the completion of specific upper level piano proficiency requirements as described in the student’s specific music degree plan. Students who have completed all proficiency requirements will study and perform repertoire as determined by the instructor. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: Completion of four semesters of applied piano (including MUSI 1117: Class Piano I or MUSI 1118: Class Piano II) and the completion of all degree-specific proficiency requirements MUSI 2023A: Piano Proficiency Level III and/or MUSI 2023B: Piano Proficiency Level IV, MUSI 2023C: Sophomore Barrier for Piano Majors/Concentrations, or MUSI 3023 Piano Proficiency Level V.

Offered: Summer.

MUSI 4220 (2-1-0) Applied Piano

Private instruction in piano for 50 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of piano faculty members. The student will pursue the completion of specific upper level piano proficiency requirements as described in the student’s specific music degree plan. Students who have completed all proficiency requirements will study and perform repertoire as determined by the instructor. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: Completion of six semesters of applied piano (including MUSI 1117: Class Piano I or MUSI 1118: Class Piano II) and the completion of all degree-specific proficiency requirements MUSI 2023A: Piano Proficiency Level III and/or MUSI 2023B: Piano Proficiency Level IV, MUSI 2023C: Sophomore Barrier for Piano Majors/Concentrations, or MUSI 3023 Piano Proficiency Level V.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 4221 (2-1-0) Applied Piano

Private instruction in piano for 50 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of piano faculty members. The student will pursue the completion of specific upper level piano proficiency requirements as described in the student’s specific music degree plan. Students who have completed all proficiency requirements will study and perform repertoire as determined by the instructor. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: Completion of six semesters of applied piano (including MUSI 1117: Class Piano I or MUSI 1118: Class Piano II) and the completion of all degree-specific proficiency requirements MUSI 2023A: Piano Proficiency Level III and/or MUSI 2023B: Piano Proficiency Level IV, MUSI 2023C: Sophomore Barrier for Piano Majors/Concentrations, or MUSI 3023 Piano Proficiency Level V.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 4222 (2-1-0) Applied Piano

Private instruction in piano for 50 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of piano faculty members. The student will pursue the completion of specific upper level piano proficiency requirements as described in the student’s specific music degree plan. Students who have completed all proficiency requirements will study and perform repertoire as determined by the instructor. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: Completion of six semesters of applied piano (including MUSI 1117: Class Piano I or MUSI 1118: Class Piano II) and the completion of all degree-specific proficiency requirements MUSI 2023A: Piano Proficiency Level III and/or MUSI 2023B: Piano Proficiency Level IV, MUSI 2023C: Sophomore Barrier for Piano Majors/Concentrations, or MUSI 3023 Piano Proficiency Level V.

Offered: Summer.

MUSI 2023A (0-0-0) Piano Proficiency Level III

The student will enroll in this course number concurrently with Applied Piano (MUSI 1120, 1220, 2120, or 2220) while attempting to pass Piano Proficiency Level III. MUSI 2023A serves as transcript verification for mastery of the following keyboard skills: major and minor pentascales, specific major and minor chord progressions, major scales, harmonic minor scales, transposition and harmonization of a simple melody, improvisation of accompaniment for a simple melody, and sight reading from a prescribed Level III Hymn List.

The student must also perform two memorized repertoire pieces in contrasting styles. One piece must be a movement from a sonatina. The student will perform for a faculty jury. The average of the jury grades must be 70% or higher to constitute completion of the level. A deficiency in any skill area may result in an average below 70%. A jury average below 70% does not constitute completion of the level; therefore, the student will receive a grade   of NC (No Credit). A jury average of 70% or higher constitutes successful completion of the level and the student will receive a semester grade of CR (Credit). The student must enroll in MUSI 2023A until the level is completed successfully.

Requisites: Approval of Program Director of Keyboard Division. This course is to be taken concurrently with Applied Piano (MUSI 1120, 1220, 2120, or 2220).

Offered: Fall, Spring, Long Summer.

MUSI 2023B (0-0-0) Piano Proficiency Level IV

The student will enroll in this course number concurrently with Applied Piano (MUSI 1120, 1220, 2120, or 2220) while attempting to pass Piano Proficiency Level IV. MUSI 2023B serves as transcript verification for mastery of the keyboard skills listed under MUSI 2023A: Piano Proficiency Level III as well as the following: specific black-key major scales played hands together, an original improvisatory arrangement of “Happy Birthday” with accompaniment for practical use, a memorized performance of “Star-Spangled Banner,” sight reading from a prescribed Level IV hymn list as well as two memorized repertoire pieces of contrasting style. The student will perform these skills for a faculty jury. The average of the jury grades must be 70% or higher to constitute completion of the level. A deficiency in any skill area may result in an average below 70%. A jury average below 70% does not constitute completion of the level; therefore, the student will receive a grade of NC (No Credit). A jury average of 70% or higher constitutes successful completion of the level and the student will receive a semester grade of CR (Credit). The student must enroll in MUSI 2023B until the level is completed successfully.

Requisites: Completion of MUSI 2023A: Piano Proficiency Level III. This course is to be taken concurrently with Applied Piano (MUSI 1120, 1220, 2120, or 2220).

Offered: Fall, Spring, Long Summer.

MUSI 2023C (0-0-0) Sophomore Barrier for Piano Majors/Concentration

The student pursuing a piano concentration or piano performance major will enroll in this course number while in the fourth semester of Applied Piano (MUSI 2120 or 2220). Ideally, the piano performance major or concentration is in the second semester of level VII at the time of this exam. Each student will be evaluated regarding his/her progress in the program. This constitutes a Sophomore Barrier Jury Exam that evaluates the student’s current level while also evaluating the student’s progress and potential for successful completion of their stated degree program.

Transfer students who have already completed four semesters of study will be evaluated in the same manner after one or two semesters of study at DBU at the discretion of his or her current applied professor. At the conclusion of the exam, the piano faculty will make a recommendation regarding the student’s continued pursuit of his or her current degree program through the average of the grades for the Sophomore Barrier Exam. The jury average communicates the following: Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance is recommended for an average of 92-99; Bachelor of Music with piano concentration is recommended for an average of 80-91; repetition of the exam is recommended for an average of 70-79. An average below 70 will result in a recommendation to explore other degree options.

Requisites: Completion of four semesters of Applied Piano.

Offered: Fall, Spring, Long Summer.

MUSI 3023 (0-0-0) Piano Proficiency Level V

The student will enroll in MUSI 3023 concurrently with Applied Piano while attempting to pass Piano Proficiency Level V either after completing MUSI 2023A and MUSI 2023B or as a freshman piano concentration or piano performance major. MUSI 3023 serves as transcript verification for mastery of the keyboard skills listed under MUSI 2023A: Piano Proficiency Levels III and IV as well as the following that is specific to Piano Proficiency Level V: all major and harmonic minor scales played hands  together for four octaves in sixteenth notes, all major and minor arpeggios played hands together for four octaves in sixteenth notes, and memorized performance of three repertoire pieces. For the student who attempts MUSI 3023 in the first semester   of the freshman year, the student completes the material above that is specific to Level V with modifications in order to incorporate the functional piano skills that are required in Levels III and IV. In order to accommodate the additional preparation required for mastering those skills, the repertoire requirement is reduced from three pieces to two pieces. The skills incorporated from Levels III and IV include transposition and harmonization of a simple melody, improvisation of accompaniment for a simple melody, sight reading from the Level IV Hymn List, and an original improvisatory arrangement of “Happy Birthday” with accompaniment for practical use. The student will perform the repertoire pieces and skills for a faculty jury. The average of the jury grades must be 80% or higher to constitute completion of the level; therefore, the student will receive a grade of NC (No Credit). A jury average of 80% or higher constitutes successful completion of the level and the student will receive a semester grade of CR (Credit). The student must enroll for this course number until the level is completed successfully.

Requisites: Approval of Program Director of the Keyboard Division. This course is to be taken concurrently with Applied Piano.

Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer.

MUSI 3320 (3-1.5-0) Advanced Applied Piano

Private instruction in piano for one hour and 20 minutes per week or one 50-minute lesson and all studio classes as scheduled TBA. The student will pursue the completion of specific upper level piano requirements as described in the student’s specific music degree plan. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of piano faculty members or the student’s junior recital. Students who have completed Piano Level VIIIA as defined in the Department of Music Student Handbook may perform recital repertoire for a jury if the student is delaying the junior recital to a later semester. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: Completion of four semesters of Applied Piano and the completion of MUSI 2023C: Sophomore Barrier for Piano Majors/Concentrations.

Offered: Fall, Spring.

MUSI 3321 (3-1.5-0) Advanced Applied Piano

Private instruction in piano for one hour and 20 minutes per week or one 50-minute lesson and all studio classes as scheduled TBA. The student will pursue the completion of specific upper level piano requirements as described in the student’s specific music degree plan. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of piano faculty members or the student’s junior recital. Students who have completed Piano Level VIIIA as defined in the Department of Music Student Handbook may perform recital repertoire for a jury if the student is delaying the junior recital to a later semester. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: Completion of four semesters of Applied Piano and the completion of MUSI 2023C: Sophomore Barrier for Piano Majors/Concentrations.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 3322 (3-1.5-0) Advanced Applied Piano

Private instruction in piano for one hour and 20 minutes per week or one 50-minute lesson and all studio classes as scheduled TBA. The student will pursue the completion of specific upper level piano requirements as described in the student’s specific music degree plan. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of piano faculty members or the student’s junior recital. Students who have completed Piano Level VIIIA as defined in the Department of Music Student Handbook may perform recital repertoire for a jury if the student is delaying the junior recital to a later semester. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: Completion of four semesters of Applied Piano and the completion of MUSI 2023C: Sophomore Barrier for Piano Majors/Concentrations.

Offered: Summer.

MUSI 4320 (3-1.5-0) Advanced Applied Piano

Private instruction in piano for one hour and 20 minutes per week or one 50-minute lesson and all studio classes as scheduled TBA. The student will pursue the completion of specific upper level piano requirements as described in the student’s specific music degree plan. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of piano faculty members or the student’s senior recital. Students who have completed Piano Level IXA as defined in the Department of Music Student Handbook may perform recital repertoire for a jury if the student is delaying the senior recital to a later semester. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: Completion of six semesters of Applied Piano and the completion of MUSI 2023C: Sophomore Barrier for Piano Majors/Concentrations.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 4321 (3-1.5-0) Advanced Applied Piano

Private instruction in piano for one hour and 20 minutes per week or one 50-minute lesson and all studio classes as scheduled TBA. The student will pursue the completion of specific upper level piano requirements as described in the student’s specific music degree plan. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of piano faculty members or the student’s senior recital. Students who have completed Piano Level IXA as defined in the Department of Music Student Handbook may perform recital repertoire for a jury if the student is delaying the senior recital to a later semester. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: Completion of six semesters of Applied Piano and the completion of MUSI 2023C: Sophomore Barrier for Piano Majors/Concentrations.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 4322 (3-1.5-0) Advanced Applied Piano

Private instruction in piano for one hour and 20 minutes per week or one 50-minute lesson and all studio classes as scheduled TBA. The student will pursue the completion of specific upper level piano requirements as described in the student’s specific music degree plan. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of piano faculty members or the student’s senior recital. Students who have completed Piano Level IXA as defined in the Department of Music Student Handbook may perform recital repertoire for a jury if the student is delaying the senior recital to a later semester. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: Completion of six semesters of Applied Piano and the completion of MUSI 2023C: Sophomore Barrier for Piano Majors/Concentrations.

Offered: Summer.

MUSI 11P1 (1-.5-0) Applied Piano Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in piano for 25 minutes per week. Due to the varying levels of ability with elective students, the outcomes of the semester are mutually determined by the student and professor. The professor will determine the final exam based upon the student’s improvement and learner-centered outcomes. This applied piano course does not require a final jury exam. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: Approval of Program Director of the Keyboard Division.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 21P1 (1-.5-0) Applied Piano Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in piano for 25 minutes per week. Due to the varying levels of ability with elective students, the outcomes of the semester are mutually determined by the student and professor. The professor will determine the final exam based upon the student’s improvement and learner-centered outcomes. This applied piano course does not require a final jury exam. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: Completion of two semesters of Applied Piano. Approval of Program Director of the Keyboard Division.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 31P1 (1-.5-0) Applied Piano Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in piano for 25 minutes per week. Due to the varying levels of ability with elective students, the outcomes of the semester are mutually determined by the student and professor. The professor will determine the final exam based upon the student’s improvement and learner-centered outcomes. This applied piano course does not require a final jury exam. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: Completion of four semesters of Applied Piano. Approval of Program Director of the Keyboard Division.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 41P1 (1-.5-0) Applied Piano Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in piano for 25 minutes per week. Due to the varying levels of ability with elective students, the outcomes of the semester are mutually determined by the student and professor. The professor will determine the final exam based upon the student’s improvement and learner-centered outcomes. This applied piano course does not require a final jury exam. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: Completion of six semesters of Applied Piano. Approval of Program Director of the Keyboard Division.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 12P1 (2-1-0) Applied Piano Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in piano for 50 minutes per week. Due to the varying levels of ability with elective students, the outcomes of the semester are mutually determined by the student and professor. The professor will determine the final exam based upon the student’s improvement and learner-centered outcomes. This applied piano course does not require a final jury exam. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: Approval of Program Director of the Keyboard Division.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 22P1 (2-1-0) Applied Piano Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in piano for 50 minutes per week. Due to the varying levels of ability with elective students, the outcomes of the semester are mutually determined by the student and professor. The professor will determine the final exam based upon the student’s improvement and learner-centered outcomes. This applied piano course does not require a final jury exam. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: Completion of two semesters of Applied Piano. Approval of Program Director of the Keyboard Division.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 32P1 (2-1-0) Applied Piano Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in piano for 50 minutes per week. Due to the varying levels of ability with elective students, the outcomes of the semester are mutually determined by the student and professor. The professor will determine the final exam based upon the student’s improvement and learner-centered outcomes. This applied piano course does not require a final jury exam. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: Completion of four semesters of Applied Piano. Approval of Program Director of the Keyboard Division.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 42P1 (2-1-0) Applied Piano Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in piano for 50 minutes per week. Due to the varying levels of ability with elective students, the outcomes of the semester are mutually determined by the student and professor. The professor will determine the final exam based upon the student’s improvement and learner-centered outcomes. This applied piano course does not require a final jury exam. (Applied Music fee required.)

Requisites: Completion of six semesters of Applied Piano. Approval of Program Director of the Keyboard Division.

Offered: Fall.

Voice:

MUSI 1110 (1-.5-0) Applied Voice

Private instruction in voice for 25 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of voice faculty members. (Applied music fee required; accompanist fee required.)

Requisites: None.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 1113 (1-.5-0) Applied Voice

Private instruction in voice for 25 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of voice faculty members. (Applied music fee required; accompanist fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 1110 or MUSI 1210.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 1114 (1-.5-0) Applied Voice

Private instruction in voice for 25 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of voice faculty members. (Applied music fee required; accompanist fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 1110 or MUSI 1210.

Offered: Summer.

MUSI 1210 (2-1-0) Applied Voice

Private instruction in voice for 50 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of voice faculty members (Applied music fee required; accompanist fee required.)

Requisites: None.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 1213 (2-1-0) Applied Voice

Private instruction in voice for 50 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of voice faculty members (Applied music fee required; accompanist fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 1110 or MUSI 1210.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 1214 (2-1-0) Applied Voice

Private instruction in voice for 50 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of voice faculty members (Applied music fee required; accompanist fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 1110 or MUSI 1210.

Offered: Summer.

MUSI 2110 (1-.5-0) Applied Voice

Private instruction in voice for 25 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of voice faculty members. (Applied music fee required; accompanist fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 1110 or MUSI 1210 and MUSI 1113 or MUSI 1213.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 2113 (1-.5-0) Applied Voice

Private instruction in voice for 25 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of voice faculty members. (Applied music fee required; accompanist fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 1110 or MUSI 1210 and MUSI 1113 or MUSI 1213 and MUSI 2110 or MUSI 2210.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 2114 (1-.5-0) Applied Voice

Private instruction in voice for 25 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of voice faculty members. (Applied music fee required; accompanist fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 1110 or MUSI 1210 and MUSI 1113 or MUSI 1213 and MUSI 2110 or MUSI 2210.

Offered: Summer.

MUSI 2210 (2-1-0) Applied Voice

Private instruction in voice for 50 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of voice faculty members (Applied music fee required; accompanist fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 1110 or MUSI 1210 and MUSI 1113 or MUSI 1213.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 2213 (2-1-0) Applied Voice

Private instruction in voice for 50 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of voice faculty members (Applied music fee required; accompanist fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 1110 or MUSI 1210 and MUSI 1113 or MUSI 1213, and MUSI 2110 or MUSI 2210.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 2214 (2-1-0) Applied Voice

Private instruction in voice for 50 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of voice faculty members (Applied music fee required; accompanist fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 1110 or MUSI 1210 and MUSI 1113 or MUSI 1213, and MUSI 2110 or MUSI 2210.

Offered: Summer.

MUSI 3110 (1-.5-0) Applied Voice

Private instruction in voice for 25 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of voice faculty members. (Applied music fee required; accompanist fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 1110 or MUSI 1210 and MUSI 1113 or MUSI 1213, and MUSI 2110 or MUSI 2210 and MUSI 2113 or MUSI 2213.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 3113 (1-.5-0) Applied Voice

Private instruction in voice for 25 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of voice faculty members. (Applied music fee required; accompanist fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 1110 or MUSI 1210 and MUSI 1113 or MUSI 1213, and MUSI 2110 or MUSI 2210 and MUSI 3110 or MUSI 3210.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 3114 (1-.5-0) Applied Voice

Private instruction in voice for 25 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of voice faculty members. (Applied music fee required; accompanist fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 1110 or MUSI 1210 and MUSI 1113 or MUSI 1213, and MUSI 2110 or MUSI 2210 and MUSI 3110 or MUSI 3210.

Offered: Summer.

MUSI 3210 (2-1-0) Applied Voice

Private instruction in voice for 50 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of voice faculty members (Applied music fee required; accompanist fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 1110 or MUSI 1210, and MUSI 1113 or MUSI 1213, and MUSI 2110 or MUSI 2210, and MUSI 2113 or MUSI 2213.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 3213 (2-2-0) Applied Voice

Private instruction in voice for 50 minutes per week. (Recital fee required; Applied music fee required; accompanist fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 1110 or MUSI 1210, and MUSI 1113 or MUSI 1213, and MUSI 2110 or MUSI 2210, and MUSI 3110 or MUSI 3210.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 3214 (2-2-0) Applied Voice

Private instruction in voice for 50 minutes per week. (Recital fee required; Applied music fee required; accompanist fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 1110 or MUSI 1210, and MUSI 1113 or MUSI 1213, and MUSI 2110 or MUSI 2210, and MUSI 3110 or MUSI 3210.

Offered: Summer.

MUSI 3310 (3-1.5-0) Advanced Applied Voice

Private instruction in voice for one hour and 20 minutes per week or one 50-minute lesson and all studio classes as scheduled TBA. This semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of voice faculty members or the student’s junior recital. (Applied music fee required; accompanist fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 1110 or MUSI 1210 and MUSI 1113 or MUSI 1213, and MUSI 2110 or MUSI 2210, and MUSI 2113 or MUSI 2213.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 3313 (3-1.5-0) Advanced Applied Voice

Private instruction in voice for one hour and 20 minutes per week or one 50-minute lesson and all studio classes as scheduled TBA. This semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of voice faculty members or the student’s junior recital. (Applied music fee required; accompanist fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 1110 or MUSI 1210 and MUSI 1113 or MUSI 1213, and MUSI 2110 or MUSI 2210, and MUSI 2113 or MUSI 2213.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 4110 (1-.5-0) Applied Voice

Private instruction in voice for 25 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of voice faculty members. (Applied music fee required; accompanist fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 1110 or MUSI 1210 and MUSI 1113 or MUSI 1213, and MUSI 2110 or MUSI 2210 and MUSI 2113 or MUSI 2213, and MUSI 3110 or MUSI 3210, and MUSI 3113 or MUSI 3213.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 4113 (1-.5-0) Applied Voice

Private instruction in voice for 25 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of voice faculty members. (Applied music fee required; accompanist fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 1110 or MUSI 1210 and MUSI 1113 or MUSI 1213, and MUSI 2110 or MUSI 2210 and MUSI 3110 or MUSI 3210, and 3113 or 3213, and MUSI 4110 or MUSI 4210 or 4310.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 4114 (1-.5-0) Applied Voice

Private instruction in voice for 25 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of voice faculty members. (Applied music fee required; accompanist fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 1110 or MUSI 1210 and MUSI 1113 or MUSI 1213, and MUSI 2110 or MUSI 2210 and MUSI 3110 or MUSI 3210, and 3113 or 3213, and MUSI 4110 or MUSI 4210 or 4310.

Offered: Summer.

MUSI 4210 (2-1-0) Applied Voice

Private instruction in voice for 50 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of voice faculty members (Applied music fee required; accompanist fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 1110 or MUSI 1210 and MUSI 1113 or MUSI 1213, and MUSI 2110 or MUSI 2210, and MUSI 2113 or MUSI 2213, and MUSI 3110 or MUSI 3210 and MUSI 3113 or MUSI 3213.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 4213 (2-1-0) Applied Voice

Private instruction in voice for 50 minutes per week. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of voice faculty members (Applied music fee required; accompanist fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 1110 or MUSI 1210 and MUSI 1113 or MUSI 1213, and MUSI 2110 or MUSI 2210, and MUSI 2113 or MUSI 2213, and MUSI 3110 or MUSI 3210 and MUSI 3113 or MUSI 3213.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 4310 (3-1.5-0) Advanced Applied Voice

Private instruction in voice for one hour and 20 minutes per week or one 50-minute lesson and all studio classes as scheduled TBA. The semester culminates in a jury evaluation by a panel of voice faculty members or the student’s senior recital. (Applied music fee required; accompanist fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 1110 or MUSI 1210 and MUSI 1113 or MUSI 1213, and MUSI 2110 or MUSI 2210, and MUSI 2113 or MUSI 2213, and MUSI 3110 or MUSI 3210 and MUSI 3113 or MUSI 3213.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 11V1 (1-.5-0) Applied Voice Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in voice for 25 minutes per week. This applied voice course does not require a final jury exam. (Applied Music fee required; accompanist fee required.)

Requisites: None.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 11V2 (1-.5-0) Applied Voice Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in voice for 25 minutes per week. This applied voice course does not require a final jury exam. (Applied Music fee required; accompanist fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 11V1 or MUSI 12V1.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 12V1 (2-1-0) Applied Voice Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in voice for 50 minutes per week. This applied voice course does not require a final jury exam. (Applied Music fee required; accompanist fee required.)

Requisites: None.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 12V2 (2-2-0) Applied Voice Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in voice for 50 minutes per week. This applied voice course does not require a final jury exam. (Applied Music fee required; accompanist fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 11V1 or MUSI 12V1.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 21V1 (1-.5-0) Applied Voice Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in voice for 25 minutes per week. This applied voice course does not require a final jury exam. (Applied Music fee required; accompanist fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 11V1 or MUSI 12V1 and MUSI 11V2 or MUSI 12V2.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 21V2 (1-.5-0) Applied Voice Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in voice for 25 minutes per week. This applied voice course does not require a final jury exam. (Applied Music fee required; accompanist fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 11V1 or MUSI 12V1 and MUSI 11V2 or MUSI 12V2 and MUSI 21V1 or 22V1.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 22V1 (2-1-0) Applied Voice Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in voice for 50 minutes per week. This applied voice course does not require a final jury exam. (Applied Music fee required; accompanist fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 11V1 or MUSI 12V1 and MUSI 11V2 or MUSI 12V2.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 22V2 (2-1-0) Applied Voice Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in voice for 50 minutes per week. This applied voice course does not require a final jury exam. (Applied Music fee required; accompanist fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 11V1 or MUSI 12V1 and MUSI 11V2 or MUSI 12V2, and MUSI 21V1 or MUSI 22V1.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 31V1 (1-.5-0) Applied Voice Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in voice for 25 minutes per week. This applied voice course does not require a final jury exam. (Applied Music fee required; accompanist fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 11V1 or MUSI 12V1, and MUSI 11V2 or 12V2, and MUSI 21V1 or MUSI 22V1, and MUSI 21V2 or MUSI 22V2.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 31V2 (1-.5-0) Applied Voice Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in voice for 25 minutes per week. This applied voice course does not require a final jury exam. (Applied Music fee required; accompanist fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 11V1 or MUSI 12V1, and MUSI 11V2 or 12V2, and MUSI 21V1 or MUSI 22V1, and MUSI 21V2 or MUSI 22V2, and MUSI 31V1 or MUSI 32V1.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 32V1 (2-1-0) Applied Voice Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in voice for 50 minutes per week. This applied voice course does not require a final jury exam. (Applied Music fee required; accompanist fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 11V1 or MUSI 12V1 and MUSI 11V2 or MUSI 12V2, and MUSI 21V1 or MUSI 22V1, and MUSI 21V2 or MUSI 22V2.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 32V2 (2-1-0) Applied Voice Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in voice for 50 minutes per week. This applied voice course does not require a final jury exam. (Applied Music fee required; accompanist fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 11V1 or MUSI 12V1 and MUSI 11V2 or MUSI 12V2, and MUSI 21V1 or MUSI 22V1, and MUSI 21V2 or MUSI 22V2, and MUSI 31V1 or MUSI 32V1.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 41V1 (1-.5-0) Applied Voice Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in voice for 25 minutes per week. This applied voice course does not require a final jury exam. (Applied Music fee required; accompanist fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 11V1 or MUSI 12V1 and MUSI 11V2 or MUSI 12V2, and MUSI 21V1 or MUSI 22V1, and MUSI 21V2 or MUSI 22V2, and MUSI 31V1 or MUSI 32V1 and MUSI 31V2 or MUSI 32V2.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 41V2 (1-.5-0) Applied Voice Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in voice for 25 minutes per week. This applied voice course does not require a final jury exam. (Applied Music fee required; accompanist fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 11V1 or MUSI 12V1 and MUSI 11V2 or MUSI 12V2, and MUSI 21V1 or MUSI 22V1, and MUSI 21V2 or MUSI 22V2, and MUSI 31V1 or MUSI 32V1 and MUSI 31V2 or MUSI 32V2 and MUSI 41V1 or MUSI 42V1.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 42V1 (2-1-0) Applied Voice Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in voice for 50 minutes per week. This applied voice course does not require a final jury exam. (Applied Music fee required; accompanist fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 11V1 or MUSI 12V1 and MUSI 11V2 or MUSI 12V2, and MUSI 21V1 or MUSI 22V1, and MUSI 21V2 or MUSI 22V2, and MUSI 31V1 or MUSI 32V1 and MUSI 31V2 or MUSI 32V2.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 42V2 (2-1-0) Applied Voice Elective (for non-music majors)

Private instruction in voice for 50 minutes per week. This applied voice course does not require a final jury exam. (Applied Music fee required; accompanist fee required.)

Requisites: MUSI 11V1 or MUSI 12V1 and MUSI 11V2 or MUSI 12V2, and MUSI 21V1 or MUSI 22V1, and MUSI 21V2 or MUSI 22V2, and MUSI 31V1 or MUSI 32V1 and MUSI 31V2 or MUSI 32V2 and 41V1 or 42V1.

Offered: Spring. 

Ensembles:

MUSI 1105, 2105, 3105, 4105 (1-2-0) DBU Jazz Ensemble

A selective instrumental ensemble performing a variety of music from the repertoire of American jazz, including Dixieland, Big Band, Swing, Be-Bop, Fusion, and Free Jazz Improvisation. Concerts on and off campus. Open to all students by audition. Requisites: None.

Offered: Fall.

MUSI 1106, 2106, 3106, 4106 (1-2-0) DBU Jazz Ensemble

A selective instrumental ensemble performing a variety of music from the repertoire of American jazz, including Dixieland, Big Band, Swing, Be-Bop, Fusion, and Free Jazz Improvisation. Concerts on and off campus. Open to all students by audition.

Requisites: None.

Offered: Spring.

MUSI 1107, 2107, 3107, 4107 (1-4-0) DBU Doxology

A select musical ensemble performing primarily Christian contemporary literature appropriate for worship. This audition-only ensemble represents Dallas Baptist University in performance venues on and off campus.

Requisites: None.

Offered:  Fall.

MUSI 1108, 2108, 3108, 4108 (1-4-0) DBU Doxology

A select musical ensemble performing primarily Christian contemporary literature appropriate for worship. This audition-only ensemble represents Dallas Baptist University in performance venues on and off campus.

Requisites: None.

Offered:  Spring.

MUSI 1115, 1116, 2115, 2116, 3115, 3116, 4115, 4116 (1-4-0) University Concert Chorale

A selective choral organization of mixed voices performing a variety of choral literature, including the standard and large-scale choral repertoire. Concerts on and off campus. Open to all students by audition.

Requisites: None.

Offered: Fall, Spring.

MUSI 1135, 1136, 2135, 2136, 3135, 3136, 4135, 4136 (1-4-0) Grand Chorus

The DBU Grand Chorus is the required choral ensemble for all students majoring in music or music business. This ensemble will perform for major University events including, but not limited to, the Russell Perry Dinner, Tom Landry Dinner, The DBU Christmas Festival, and perform a major work in the spring semester.

Requisites: None.

Offered: Fall, Spring.

MUSI 1155 & 1156, 2155 & 2156, 3155 & 3156, 4155 & 4156 (1-1-0) Guitar Ensemble

The Guitar Ensemble performs music representing various periods in music history. These periods include the Renaissance, Baroque, Classical, Romantic, 20th, and 21st centuries. Ensembles are arranged as duets, trios, and quartets. The ensemble performs at the University, as well as the surrounding Dallas community.

Requisites: Enrollment in the ensemble is by audition only. The ability to read music on the guitar in the first position, as well as utilizing the fundamentals of classical guitar technique.

Offered: Fall, Spring.

MUSI 1175, 1176, 2175, 2176, 3175, 3176, 4175, 4176 (1-0-3) English Handbell Choir - University Ringers

A select handbell organization of students performing a variety of handbell literature. The group will concentrate on ringing techniques and training for handbell leadership in the church and school. Concerts on and off campus. Open to all students by audition.

Requisites: None.

Offered: Fall, Spring.

MUSI 1261, 2261, 3261, 4261 (2-1-4) Opera Workshop

(COMA 1261, 2261, 3261, 4261, MALA 5399)

The study and performance of scenes from great operas throughout history. This is an elective class and requires an audition.

Requisites: None.

Offered: Periodically.

MUSI 1371, 2371, 3371, 4371 (3-1-3) Theater Practicum

(COMA 1371, 2371, 3371, 4371, MALA 5379)

Practical, technical experiences in areas of stage craft, lighting, costuming, properties, house management, and makeup.

Requisites: None.

Offered: Periodically.

MUSI 3167 (1-1-1) Piano Ensemble

This course will explore piano repertoire written for more than one pianist. Students will rehearse and perform collaborative piano works by composers from standard and contemporary classical literature. One semester required for Piano Performance Majors as an ensemble credit.

Requisites: Completion of Piano Level VIIB or approval of Program Director of Keyboard Division.

Offered: Fall, Spring.