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Courses for Music1COURSES FOR MUSICMusic Academics CoursesMUS100 Music FundamentalsHours 3A foundational course in music focused on the rudiments of music andtonal theory. Topics include clefs, pitches, rhythm, meter, scales, keys,intervals, and triads. The class is open to non-majors if space permits.MUS115 Theory I: Voice LeadingHours 4Study of the fundamental elements of music theory, including rhythm,melody, consonance, dissonance, and functional harmony. We explorethese through counterpoint exercises in two, three, and four voices. Theprerequisite for this course is MUS 100. A placement exam is available.Contact the department for details.Prerequisite(s): Prerequisite: MUS 100 with the grade of C- or betterMUS117 Theory II: Diatonic HarmonyHours 4Study of the diatonic principles of the common-practice era, includingvoice leading in triads and seventh chords, basic harmonic syntax, andcontrapuntal embellishment. We explore these through four-part writing,analysis, harmonic dictation, keyboard exercises, and sight singing.Prerequisite(s): MUS 115 with the grade of C- or better.MUS121 Intro To ListeningFAHours 3This course surveys the history of Western music. Musical styles andgenres from the 1600s through present-day will be covered. This coursewill not only examine the music of the baroque, classical, and romanticperiods, but will also delve into the musical worlds of musical theater,film, jazz, the mainstream, as well as other innovative ideas of the20th and 21st centuries. In addition, this course will focus on teachingstudents to become active listeners rather than passive hearers in orderto discover the beauty, intricacy, and greatness of music from all stylesand eras. Students will have the opportunity to apply learned listeningconcepts by attending live concert events during the semester. Nomusical experience or training is necessary for this course.Fine ArtsMUS122 Honors Introduction to ListeningFA, UHHours 3This course will explore one of the fundamental modes of aestheticexpression, music. Presupposing no formal training on the part of thestudents, we will explore aural skills and tools for recognition throughstudy of music fundamentals and masterworks of Euro-American artmusic from the Baroque era (1600s) to the present. At the same time,students will be given an overview of the development of Western artmusic, and critically think how that development relates to larger issuesof culture and society. This course is a combination of both online workfor which the students are responsible outside of class time, as well asin-class work during the class meeting times each week. Please payclose attention to the online course deadlines as we move through thesemester.Fine Arts, University HonorsMUS150 Songwriting Techniques and AnalysisHours 3Musical components of songs will be analyzed and compared withsongwriting literature; students will sing and perform songs and songconcepts on musical instruments.Prerequisite(s): 1) Ability to demonstrate basic performance skill onat least one musical instrument (preferably chordal such as keyboard,guitar, banjo, mandolin, ukulele, etc.). 2) Ability to locate and identify letternames of pitches on chosen instrument.MUS161 Oboe ReedmakingHours 1Independent laboratory instruction in oboe reedmaking. Up to foursemesters of MUS 161 may be counted toward the degree.MUS180 Intro Music TherapyHours 3The purpose of this course is to study music as a human behaviorand gain an overview of the use of music with various age groups andpopulations.Prerequisite(s) with concurrency: MUS 100 or MUS 115MUS181 Music Therapy PracticumHours 1Supervised music therapy clinical work with older adults and observationof music therapy sessions in the community.Prerequisite(s): MUS 180 and MUA 220 with a grade of C- or better.Prerequisite(s) with concurrency: MUS 280.MUS182 Obsrv Orient Mu TherapyHours 2The purpose of this course is to apply principles of human behavior toclinical settings, with an emphasis on measuring client outcomes.Prerequisite(s): MUS 180 with a grade of C- or better.

2Courses for MusicMUS215 Theory III: Chromatic HarmonyHours 4MUS241 Organ PedagogyHours 2Study of the chromatic principles of the common-practice era, includingtonicization and modulation, sequences, advanced figuration, andmixture. We explore these through four-part writing, analysis, harmonicdictation, keyboard exercises, and sight singing.This course investigates materials, methods and techniques for teachingthe beginning organ student.Prerequisite(s): MUS 117 with grade of C- or better.MUS217 Theory IV: Advanced HarmonyHours 4Study of advanced chromatic principles of the common-practice era,including chromaticized sequences, advanced mixture, chromaticmodulation, and equal division of the octave. We explore these throughfour-part writing, analysis, harmonic dictation, composition exercises, andsight singing.Prerequisite(s): MUS 215 with grade of C- or better.MUS219 Composition IHours 2MUS250 Music In World CulturesFAHours 3Study of music in non-Western traditions (Africa, India, Japan, Indonesia,etc.).Fine ArtsMUS251 Music History IHours 3History of music from the ancient Greeks through the end of the 17thcentury, with emphasis on critical analysis of musical, historical, andcultural contexts. Offered in the fall semester.Prerequisite(s): MUS 250 (passing with a D- or better)Basic techniques of musical composition.Prerequisite(s) with concurrency: Co-requisite: MUS 117MUS220 Composition IIHours 2MUS252 Music History IIHours 3A continuation of Composition I. Basic techniques of musicalcomposition.History of music in the 18th and early 19th centuries, with emphasis oncritical analysis of musical, historical, and cultural contexts. Offered inthe spring semester.Prerequisite(s) with concurrency: MUS 100 or MUS 115MUS228 Jazz Piano Jazz Theory IHours 1Introduction to theoretic principles of jazz and application on the piano,including definition and applications of chords and scales, progressions,chord substitution principles. Offered in the fall semesters of evennumbered years.MUS229 Jazz Piano And Theory IIHours 1Continuation of MUS 228. Focus on modes, synthetic scales, alteredextensions, and other extended techniques of the jazz idiom. Offered inthe spring semesters of odd-numbered years.MUS230 Improvisation IHours 1Prerequisite(s): MUS 251MUS254 Diction For Singers IHours 3Introduction to the International Phonetic Alphabet; study and practice ofItalian and English diction. Offered in alternate years.MUS255 Diction For Singers IIHours 3Study and practice of German and French diction. Offered in alternateyears.MUS280 Repertoire & Skill Proficiency in Music TherapyHours 3Theoretical and applied study of the tonal and rhythmic elements used indeveloping improvisational skills in jazz, rock, and pop media. Offered inthe fall semesters of odd-numbered years.The purpose of this course is to learn the wealth of folk, popular, andrecreational music of the main segments of American culture, as well asdevelop polished singing and accompanying skills needed for competentperformance as a music therapist. Students will also be introduced toother music therapy interventions.MUS231 Improvisation IIHours 1Prerequisite(s): prerequisite: MUA 220 with a grade of C- or better. corequisite: MUS 181Continuation of MUS 230. Designed to develop advanced improvisationalskills in the jazz idiom. Offered in the spring semesters of even-numberedyears.MUS281 Music Therapy TechniquesHours 3MUS240 Piano PedagogyHours 2Study of teaching principles, methods, and materials; includesmicroteaching and observation. Offered in alternate spring semesters.Learn to develop specific therapeutic experiences (singing, movement,rhythm, relaxation, lyric analysis, lyric rewrite, etc.) for each age group(infancy through older adults) as well as for specific populations. By theend of the semester students will have acquired the skills necessary forMUS 382.Prerequisite(s): MUS 181 and MUS 280 with a grade of C- or better. Corequisite: MUS 282

Courses for MusicMUS282 Music Therapy PracticumHours 1MUS310 ArrangingHours 3The purpose of this course is to offer the music therapy studentexperience in facilitating music therapy sessions at a local agencywhich serves a specific population and to observe other populationsin music therapy sessions. Across the two semesters students willdevelop group leadership skills in singing and accompanying with guitar,build a repertoire of appropriate songs for this population, and practiceappropriate interaction skills with those served, their families, the staff,classmates, and the professor.Basic jazz arranging techniques for small ensembles. Offered in the fallsemester.Prerequisite(s): MUA 220 and MUS 181 and MUS 280 with a grade of C- orbetterMUS315 Mus Managemt ActivityHours 2MUS283 Observation and Orientation to Music TherapyHours 3Practical consideration of all aspects of concert production andadministration for musicians and music business people.The purpose of this course is to apply principles of human behavior toclinical settings, with an emphasis on measuring client outcomes.MUS319 Composition IIIHours 3Prerequisite(s): Prerequisite: MUS 281 with C- or better. Co-requisite:MUS 282Projects in musical composition.MUS300 Readings in Music TheoryHours 2MUS312 Intermediate ArrangingHours 3Continuation of MUS 310 (Arranging). Emphasis on writing for the bigband and mixed media instrumentation, focusing on extended arrangingtechniques. Offered in the spring semester.MUS320 Composition IVHours 3Projects in musical composition.An introduction to current trends in music theory with an emphasis onclose reading and analytical writing.MUS323 Music History IIIWMUS303 16th-Century CounterpointHours 3Hours 3Practical study, through analysis and composition, of vocal polyphony asdeveloped in the 16th century.Prerequisite(s): MUS 215MUS304 18th-Century Counterpoint IHours 3The 18-century style of counterpoint as developed by J.S. Bach.Prerequisite(s): MUS 215MUS307 Form And AnalysisWHours 3Complete survey of the forms of composition, beginning with phrase andperiod and covering large forms such as rondo, sonata, concerto, andfugue. Writing proficiency is required for a passing grade in this course.A student who does not write with the skill normally required of an upperdivision student will not earn a passing grade, no matter how well thestudent performs in other areas of the course.Prerequisite(s): MUS 217 with the grade of C- or betterWritingMUS308 Pro Tools EssentialsHours 3Pro Tools essential is an introductory course guiding the student throughthe art of digital audio recording. Founded in the industry-standard ProTools, the students will be guided through the process of recording in aDigital Audio Workstation (DAW). Focus will be on the basic applicationsof processes in digital recording that are applicable to all DAW in theindustry.Prerequisite(s): Musical Audio Engineering major3History of music in the 19th and 20th centuries, with emphasis on criticalanalysis of musical, historical, and cultural contexts. Writing proficiencyis required for a passing grade in this course. A student who does notwrite with the skill normally required of an upper-division student will notearn a passing grade, no matter how well the student performs in otherareas of the course. Offered in the fall semester.Prerequisite(s): MUS 252WritingMUS325 InstrumentationHours 3A survey of instrumental strengths, abilities, and weaknesses. Basicinstrumentation and writing for all ensembles and orchestra. This courseencourages work that overlaps with other programs of study, such ascomposition, performance, audio engineering, and music production.MUS326 Arts Venues ManagementHours 2Through course readings, lectures, guest presentations, and hands-onexperience students will learn the roles and operations of arts and musicvenues. This class is a combination of practical work and classroomlectures. The class will be held at several local venues, the primary onebeing the Tuscaloosa Amphitheater. Other venues include TuscaloosaRiver Market, Mildred Westervelt Warner Transportation Museum, BamaTheatre and UA venues.Prerequisite(s): Junior status or permission of instructorMUS327 Studies Special LiteratHours 3Thorough study of topics not included in the curriculum. Offeredaccording to demand.

4Courses for MusicMUS328 OrchestrationHours 3MUS344 String PedagogyHours 2A survey of instrumental strengths, abilities, and weaknesses. Specialemphasis on the art and science of writing for larger ensembles. Thiscourse encourages work that overlaps with other programs of study;particularly composition, performance, audio engineering, and musicproduction.No description availablePrerequisite(s): MUS 325Introduction to the basic techniques of conducting with emphasis onthe understanding and control of music materials. Offered in the fallsemester.MUS331 Jazz SymposiumHours 3No description available.MUS351 Fund Of ConductingHours 2MUS365 Legal Issues in the ArtsHours 3MUS332 Experimental MusicWThis course will explore a broad range of legal topics pertinent to the arts,including: copyright, trademark, contracts, management of employees,union issues, advertising and 501 (c)(3) non-profit status.Hours 3Prerequisite(s): MUS 115 and MUS 117This course will introduce you to a variety of theories and practices ofmusical experimentalism in a global context. We will begin be definingwhat experimental music is - what is the impulse that drives some artiststo push outside the realms of their traditions, or even outside what isnormally called music? Rather than limiting our view to experimentalismin Western art music, as has largely been the case in surveys of thissubject, we will also listen to and study experiments in jazz, rock,hip hip, reggae and other global musics to put the experimentalistaesthetic in a broad historical and cultural context. In addition to criticalreading, discussion and listening we will perform experimental musiccompositions to encourage a "hands-on" engagement with the subject.Writing proficiency is required for a passing grade in this course. Astudent who does not write with the skill normally required of an upperdivision student will not earn a passing grade, no matter how well thestudent performs in other areas of the course.MUS380 Introduction to the Psychology MusicHours 3WritingMUS335 Accompanying ClassHours 2Survey of accompanying techniques and of the standard repertoire inthe vocal, string, and wind areas. Experience is gained through assignedprojects and/or assigned studio accompanying. Offered in the springsemester of even-numbered years.Basic study of acoustics, the ear and hearing, and thepsychosociophysiological processes involved in musical behavior.Prerequisite(s): Prerequisite: MUS 282 with a grade of C- or abovePrerequisite: MUS 283 with a grade of C- or above Prerequisite: MUA 199Co-requisite: MUS 382MUS382 Music Therapy PracticumHours 1Supervised music therapy experience in local facilities.Prerequisite(s): Prerequisite: MUS 282 with a grade of C- or abovePrerequisite: MUS 283 with a grade of C- or above Prerequisite: MUA 199MUS401 Film Scoring IHours 3A study of the art of scoring music for films. Emphasis will be placed onthe short jingle and the technical aspects of film scoring. Offered in thefall semester.MUS402 Film Scoring IIHours 3MUS340 Intro Recording TechniqHours 3Continuation of MUS 401. Emphasis will be placed on writing theextended film score by analysis of psychological impact, orchestrationaltechniques, etc. Offered in the spring semester.Exploration of the basics of the art of sound recording. Emphasis on themixing console, microphone placement, effects, recording basic tracks,and mixdown.MUS403 18th-Century Counterpoint IIHours 3MUS341 Advanced Recording/Mixdown TechniquesHours 3Prerequisite(s): MUS 304 or permission of the instructor.This course is a continuation of MUS 340, Introduction to RecordingTechniques. Focus will be placed on recording techniques with anemphasis on the mix down process. Students will work in a hands-onenvironment to apply techniques discussed in class, including but notlimited to: extended recording techniques; use of plugins and outboardgear; mastering; etc.Prerequisite(s): MUS 340The analysis and writing of fugue, variation, ground-bass, and canon.MUS405 Studio Tech Arrang OrchsHours 3Continued development of arranging and orchestrating techniques inboth jazz and commercial settings, with an emphasis on the studioorchestra, MIDI instrumentation, and vocal groups.MUS406 Keyboard TechniquesHours 2Applied survey of figured bass, choral open-score reading, transposition,and harmonization. Offered in the fall semesters of odd-numbered years.

Courses for MusicMUS407 Marketing the ArtsHours 2MUS426 Analysis of 20th-Century MusicHours 3Marketing the Arts will provide students with a general overview ofcommunications including public relations, advertising, marketing andnew media. Through readings, discussions, quizzes, an examination anda final group presentation students will develop an understanding ofmarketing practices involved in promoting an arts organization. Emphasiswill be on not-for-profit organizations, community theatres and symphonyorchestras.Survey of a variety of technical approaches to composition in the 20thcentury and such organizing techniques as harmony, voice leading,textural design, form, and orchestration.MUS412 Electronic Music IHours 3Thorough study of topics not included in the curriculum. Offeredaccording to demand.A survey of seminal works featuring electronic elements. Mastering theprinciples of recording, editing, signal processing, mixing, mastering,MIDI, sampling, and sound design. This course encourages workthat overlaps with other programs of study; particularly composition,performance, audio engineering, and music production.MUS430 Applied RecordingHours 1-4MUS414 Electronic Music IIHours 3A continued survey of seminal works featuring electronic elements.Instruction in the design and utilization of sound-generating computerprograms for digital synthesis, MIDI, and advanced techniquesassociated with recording and producing audio. This course encourageswork that overlaps with other programs of study; particularly,composition, performance, and audio engineering degrees.MUS416 Special Topics in Music TheoryHours 3Advanced course in music theory; topics may vary according toinstructor.Prerequisite(s): MUS 217 with the grade of C- or betterMUS417 Special Topics in CompositionHours 3Advanced course in music composition; topics may vary according toinstructor.MUS418 Schenkerian AnalysisHours 3Study of pitch structure in tonal compositions as revealed by HeinrichSchenker and his followers.Prerequisite(s): MUS 307 with a grade of C- or betterMUS419 Composition VHours 3Projects in composition.Prerequisite(s): MUS 320 with a grade of C- or betterMUS420 Composition VIHours 3Projects in composition.Prerequisite(s): MUS 419 with a grade of C- or better5Prerequisite(s): MUS 217 with a grade of C- or betterMUS427 Studies In Special LitHours 3Applied recording is an individualized study of the art of recording,mixing, mastering, and production of an entire recording project. Basedupon needs of the majors as determined by the professor and student,an individualized program of study for the semester will be designedto assist the student and guide them through topics needed for acomprehensive education in recording/mixing engineering.Prerequisite(s): MUS 308, MUS 340, and MUS 341MUS440 Advanced Piano PedagogyHours 2Advanced Piano Pedagogy focused on the teaching of the intermediateand advanced pre-college piano student. Topics covered will includelearning styles; methods of teaching advanced rhythm and reading;creating a healthy technical approach for advanced repertoire;intermediate and advanced pedagogical solo material; teaching stylisticinterpretation and musicianship; and issues of motivation in advancingstudents.Prerequisite(s): MUS 240MUS444 Vocal PedagogyHours 2Introduction to the concepts, methods, and materials essential toeffective teaching of the singing voice. Offered in alternate years.MUS447 Teaching Choral Music Publ SchHours 3The scope, organization, and administration of choral programs inpublic schools. Includes analysis of teaching techniques and materialsappropriate to specific levels of development. Offered in the fall semester.MUS448 Tchng Instrumental Music Pub SHours 3Problems encountered in the development of instrumental programs inpublic schools; analysis of beginning method books for heterogeneousand homogeneous groups; and development of a course of study to guidethe new teacher. Offered in the fall semester.MUS461 History/Literature JazzHours 3History of the development of jazz to the present, from its African roots toits American florescence. Particular attention is paid to early styles andforms.

6Courses for MusicMUS471 Lit Of The PianoHours 2MUS482 Music Therapy IIIHours 3Survey of the important solo repertoire from Bach through Schubert.Examination of the development of keyboard technique from the timeof the harpsichord through the time of the early piano. Offered in the fallsemesters of even-numbered years.Music therapy for children, adolescents, and adults with disabilities inself-contained and inclusive settings.MUS472 Lit Of The PianoHours 2Survey of the important solo repertoire from the early Romantic erathrough the present. Examination of the development of piano techniquefrom Chopin and Liszt through Cage and Crumb. Offered in the springsemesters of odd-numbered years.MUS473 String LiteratureHours 2Study of the standard repertoire for bowed instruments, from the Baroqueperiod to the present.MUS474 Song LiteratureHours 3Survey of the performance criteria and historical significance of the solosong literature of the United States, the British Isles, Germany, Austria,France, and Italy. Performance and class participation are required.Offered in alternate years.MUS475 Song LiteratureHours 3Survey of a variety of technical approaches to composition in the 20thcentury and such organizing techniques as harmony, voice leading,textural design, form, and orchestration. Offered in the fall semesters.MUS477 Organ LiteratureHours 2Survey of Organ Literature and Advanced Survey of Organ Literature isa course available to upper class organ majors and graduate students,as well as others with the permission of the instructor. MUS477/577 is asurvey of organ literature from the 14th century into the 18th century.MUS480 Music in Therapy IWHours 3Study of mental health diagnoses as well as various therapeutictechniques and systems in music therapy using a hypothetical mode ofinquiry. Writing proficiency is required for a passing grade in this course.A student who does not write with the skill normally required of an upperdivision student will not earn a passing grade, no matter how well thestudent performs in other areas of the course.Prerequisite(s): MUS 380 with a grade of C- or better.Prerequisite(s) with concurrency: MUS 382WritingMUS481 Music Therapy IIHours 3The purpose of this course is to study the needs of the aging populationas well as medical diagnoses of all age groups, including evidence-basedpractice in music therapy.Prerequisite(s): MUS 480 with a grade of C- or better.Prerequisite(s) with concurrency: MUS 382Prerequisite(s): MUS 481 with a grade of C- or better.Prerequisite(s) with concurrency: MUS 382MUS486 Music Therapy PracticumHours 0.5-4The purpose of this course is to provide music therapy studentssupervised experience in facilitating music therapy sessions at localfacilities throughout the community. This encompasses assessment,program planning, implementation, documentation, and evaluation ofmusic therapy services.Prerequisite(s): Prerequisite: MUS 181 with a grade of C- or higherMUS488 Comprehensive Exam in Music TherapyHours 0The purpose of this exam is to prepare students for success in the musictherapy workforce via the CBMT Self-Assessment Examination and acomprehensive written exam covering material from all music therapycoursework.Prerequisite(s): Prerequisite: Completion of all courses with C- or higherfor MUS 180, MUS 181, MUS 280, MUS 281, MUS 282, MUS 283 MUS 380,MUS 480, and MUS 481. Co-requisite: MUS 382 and MUS 482MUS489 Music Therapy InternshipHours 6Music therapy internship through a university affiliation or national rostersite. Student must accumulate 1200 clinical training hours, in which 900hours or more take place during the internship.Prerequisite(s): Prerequisite: MUS 488MUS490 Raising Money Dev ArtsHours 2Theories and techniques of securing funds for nonprofit organizations,including donor cultivation and grant preparation. Offered in the fallsemester.MUS492 Choral ConductingHours 2Continuation of MUS 351 with emphasis on the problem of the choralensemble. A study of rehearsal technique, vocal problems, diction, scoreanalysis, style, and choral literature. Offered in the spring semester.MUS494 Band ConductingHours 2Continuation of MUS 351 with emphasis on the problem of the windensemble. A study of baton technique, score reading, rehearsalprocedure, and band literature. Offered in the spring semester.MUS496 Music Administration InternshipHours 3-6A minimum of one semester of internship with the followingrecommended host organizations: (1) a performing arts organization, (2)a community, state, or regional arts council, (3) a performing arts venue,(4) a musical festival or (5) a reputable recording studio. The internshipmust have the approval of and will be under the supervision of the MusicAdministration Coordinator.

Courses for MusicMUS497 Senior ProjectHours 1MUS516 Special Topics in Music TheoryHours 3Required of all BA students in music (music and music administration):A substantial paper on a topic approved by the faculty advisor andcompleted in consultation with the advisor and examined by a facultycommittee. In administration: a supervised practicum arranged throughthe advisor.Advanced course in music theory; topics may vary according toinstructor.MUS498 Independent Research in MusicHours 1-6Independent study of music at the undergraduate level.MUS501 Intro Grad Stdy In MusHours 3An introduction to the basic bibliographic tools and research techniquesin music. Offered fall semester.MUS502 Film ScoringHours 3A study of the art of scoring music for films. The course will examineaesthetics of film scoring and apply it in this course. Offered fallsemester.MUS503 18th-Century Counterpoint IIHours 3The analysis and writing of fugue, variation, ground-bass, and canon.MUS504 Analysis of Tonal MusicHours 3Survey of recent analytical techniques for tonal repertoires with anemphasis on creating close readings of complete pieces.MUS505 Studio Tech Arrang OrchestrnHours 3This course is an approach to arranging and orchestration in both jazzand commercial settings. The emphasis will be placed on writing for thestudio orchestra, MIDI instrumentation, and vocal groups with a focus onthe 4- to 6-piece group (jazz and commercial). Offered fall semester.MUS510 Advanced ArrangingHours 3Study of current techniques in arranging, including use of symmetricalscales and chords, pedal points, polytonality and planing techniques.Offered spring semester.MUS512 Electronic Music IHours 3A survey of seminal works featuring electronic elements. Mastering theprinciples of recording, editing, signal processing, mixing, mastering,MIDI, sampling, and sound design. This course encourages workthat overlaps with other programs of study; particularly composition,performance, audio engineering, and music production.MUS514 Electronic Music IIHours 3A continued survey of seminal works featuring electronic elements.Instruction in the design and utilization of sound-generating computerprograms for digital synthesis, MIDI, and advanced techniquesassociated with recording and producing audio. This course encourageswork that overlaps with other programs of study; particularly,composition, performance, and audio engineering degrees.7MUS517 Special Topics in Music CompositionHours 3Advanced course in music composition; topics may vary according toinstructor.MUS518 Schenkerian AnalysisHours 3Study of pitch structure in tonal compositions as revealed by HeinrichSchenker and his followers.Prerequisite(s): MUS 504MUS519 Adv Composition IHours 3Creation of large-scale musical compositions. Offered fall and springsemesters and on demand.MUS520 Adv Composition IIHours 3Creation of large-scale musical compositions. Offered fall and springsemesters and on demand.MUS525 InstrumentationHours 3A survey of instrumental strengths, abilities, and weaknesses. Basicinstrumentation and writing for all ensembles and orchestra. This courseencourages work that overlaps with other programs of study; particularlycomposition, performance, audio engineering, and music production.MUS527 Studies In Special LitHours 3Materials vary each semester. May be repeated for credit up to foursemesters.MUS528 OrchestrationHours 3A survey of instrumental strengths, abilities, and weaknesses. Specialemphasis on the art and science of writing for larger ensembles. Thiscourse encourages work that overlaps with other programs of study;particularly composition, performance, audio engineering, and musicproduction.Prerequisite(s): MUS 525MUS532 Graduate Diction ReviewHours 2This course is an intensive review of undergraduate diction designedfor graduate students who did not perform adequately on the DictionDiagnostic examination at matriculation. A grade of no lower than C mustbe earned in this course if the student is to satisfy the requirement formediation.Prerequisite(s): In order to register for this course, the student must havebeen accepted into the MM or DMA program in Vocal Performance.

8Courses for MusicMUS534 Renaissance ProseminarHours 3MUS549 Prosem Music Medievl PdHours 3An intensive study of

MUS303 16th-Century Counterpoint Hours 3 Practical study, through analysis and composition, of vocal polyphony as developed in the 16th century. Prerequisite(s): MUS 215 MUS304 18th-Century Counterpoint I Hours 3 The 18-century style of counterpoint as developed by J.S. Bach. Prerequisite(s): MUS 215 MUS307 Form And Analysis W Hours 3

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