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Music EducationMUSIC EDUCATIONStudents in this degree program complete advanced studies that aredesigned to refine their teaching philosophy and practices. These studiesinclude courses in historical and philosophical foundations of musiceducation, psychological theories of music learning, basic researchmethods, curriculum development and assessment. The minimumnumber of credit hours required is 30.The college also offers a master of music education degree/certificationwith K–12 teaching for students who have completed an undergraduatedegree in music, but in a major area other than music education.Coursework leads to a master’s degree and a Colorado K–12 musicteaching license. The entire program requires a minimum of 71 credithours.Master's Degree Music Education - Master of Music Education ucation-master-music-educationmmused/)FacultyWhile many faculty teach both undergraduate and graduate students,some instruct students at the undergraduate level only. For moreinformation, contact the faculty member's home department.Austin, James R. (https://experts.colorado.edu/display/fisid 103455/)Professor; PhD, University of IowaDockendorf, Matthew Paul (https://experts.colorado.edu/display/fisid 154511/)Instructor; DMA, Michigan State UniversityHeil, Leila (https://experts.colorado.edu/display/fisid 149780/)Associate Professor; PhD, University of Colorado BoulderMiranda, Martina L. (https://experts.colorado.edu/display/fisid 140091/)Associate Professor; DMA, Arizona State University; PhD, Arizona StateUniversityRickels, David Aaron (https://experts.colorado.edu/display/fisid 151424/)Associate Professor; DMA, Arizona State UniversityRoeder, Matthew J. (https://experts.colorado.edu/display/fisid 120180/)Associate Professor; DMA, University of Colorado BoulderCoursesMUSC 5002 (3) Proseminar in Historical MusicologyPrepares students to pursue independent research in the historyof music. Meeting as a seminar, the course focuses on the natureof evidence, methods and tools of research, and theoretical orhistoriographic issues.Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Additional Information: Departmental Category: Musicology1MUSC 5011 (2) 16th Century CounterpointProvides a stylistic study of the main contrapuntal genres of the periodincluding free, two- and three-part imitative counterpoint in the styleof Palestrina. Provides a foundation in species counterpoint, workingtowards free counterpoint; stresses composing in 16th century styles.Offered fall of even-numbered years.Equivalent - Duplicate Degree Credit Not Granted: MUSC 4011Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Additional Information: Departmental Category: Theory and CompositionMUSC 5012 (3) African MusicStudies music cultures of Africa and the Black Diaspora, including folkand art music traditions, religious and popular music genres. Specificcourse topics could cover any or all of these styles, including exploringinterconnections of musical stylistics of Africa and the Black Diaspora.Equivalent - Duplicate Degree Credit Not Granted: MUSC 4012 andMUEL 4012Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Additional Information: Departmental Category: MusicologyMUSC 5021 (2) 18th Century CounterpointProvides a stylistic study of main contrapuntal genres of the periodincluding inventions, suite movements and fugues. Provides a foundationin species counterpoint; stresses analysis and composing in the styles.Offered fall terms only.Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Additional Information: Departmental Category: Theory and CompositionMUSC 5026 (2) Percussion LiteratureIn-depth investigation of major original solo works for percussion,significant ensemble literature including chamber and large ensembles,and selected transcriptions. Offered spring semester of odd numberedyears.Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Additional Information: Departmental Category: Choral and InstrumentalMusicMUSC 5036 (2) Brass LiteratureInvestigates major original solo works for trumpet, horn, trombone,euphonium, and tuba, and ensemble literature including chamber andlarge settings. Offered every other spring term.Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Additional Information: Departmental Category: Choral and InstrumentalMusicMUSC 5041 (2) Advanced OrchestrationProvides an advanced study of orchestration techniques through scoreanalysis and student projects. Offered spring of even-numbered years.Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Additional Information: Departmental Category: Theory and CompositionMUSC 5061 (3) Advanced Tonal AnalysisSurveys tonal repertory and analytical techniques. Student must havepassed general written theory and aural skills preliminary exam orcompleted remediation before enrolling in course.Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Additional Information: Departmental Category: Theory and Composition

2Music EducationMUSC 5071 (3) Post-tonal Theory and Analysis IFocuses on theory and analysis of post-tonal literature pre-1945. Studentmust have passed general written theory and aural skills preliminaryexam or completed remediation before enrolling in course.Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Additional Information: Departmental Category: Theory and CompositionMUSC 5078 (1) Piano Technician for PianistsFamiliarizes pianists with the development of the modern grand piano,its construction and the proper terminology of parts and specifications.Trains pianists in minor repairs and adjustments of the grand pianoaction and in minor tuning tasks.Equivalent - Duplicate Degree Credit Not Granted: MUSC 4078Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Recommended: Prerequisite piano majors.Additional Information: Departmental Category: InterdepartmentalCoursesMUSC 5081 (3) Applications in Music TechnologyPresents advanced strategies for applying computer technology in musiccreation. Synthesis, DSP, MIDI and audio sequencing, as well as advancedmusic engraving, will be explored through the use of various softwareplatforms including Logic, Reason, MAX and Finale. Offered fall term only.Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Additional Information: Departmental Category: Theory and CompositionMUSC 5091 (3) Contemporary Theory - Jazz and Modal MusicStudies the composition and improvisation of Herbie Hancock, WayneShorter, Chick Corea and their contemporaries. Broadly examinesmodality in jazz and its similarities to music of Ravel and Debussy, aswell as systems of organization in Messiaen and others. Strategies foranalysis and integration of the material into a personal vocabulary as acomposer and improviser are explored. Offered spring of even-numberedyears.Requisites: Requires prerequisite course of MUSC 3081 (minimum gradeD-). Restricted to College of Music (MUSC) graduate students only.Additional Information: Departmental Category: Theory and CompositionMUSC 5103 (3) Teaching General MusicProvides an in-depth examination of teaching and learning processesin the elementary general music classroom, based on the integration ofchild development and musical development theories with content anddelivery skills appropriate for K-5 general music classrooms. Studentsimplement and evaluate music instruction, design curricular projects, andbuild a repertoire of vocal, instrumental, and speech-based arrangements.Offered fall of odd-numbered years.Requisites: Restricted to Music (MUSD) or Music Education (MMED orMUED) graduate students only.Additional Information: Departmental Category: Music EducationMUSC 5112 (3) Proseminar in EthnomusicologyExamines the definition, scope, and methods of ethnomusicology, thediscipline that focuses on approaches to the study of music theory,history, and performance practices of world cultures.Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Additional Information: Departmental Category: MusicologyMUSC 5121 (3) Advanced Topics in Music TechnologyConducts advanced research in techniques and tools of musictechnology. Topics vary from term to term and may include: userinterfaces for computer music; advanced sound design; digital modelingof acoustic sounds; computer-aided analysis of sound; modeling musicintelligence in real time. Lectures and work sessions will support studentprojects.Repeatable: Repeatable for up to 9.00 total credit hours.Requisites: Requires prerequisite course of MUSC 5081 (minimum gradeD-). Restricted to College of Music (MUSC) graduate students only.Additional Information: Departmental Category: Theory and CompositionMUSC 5136 (2) Advanced ConductingOffers advanced work in conducting.Repeatable: Repeatable for up to 12.00 total credit hours.Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Additional Information: Departmental Category: Choral and InstrumentalMusicMUSC 5142 (3) American Indian MusicExamines Native North American musical cultures, emphasizing music asan integral part of religious expression and community life.Equivalent - Duplicate Degree Credit Not Granted: MUSC 4142Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Additional Information: Departmental Category: MusicologyMUSC 5143 (2) Topics in Choral Music EducationPrepares students to teach, conduct and facilitate music making invarious choral ensembles. Examines skills, teaching techniques andadministrative procedures necessary for developing and maintainingvarious choirs at the elementary through high school levels. Includesdiscussion of current topics in choral music education and communitychoral field experiences. Offered fall terms, every two years.Equivalent - Duplicate Degree Credit Not Granted: MUSC 4143Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Additional Information: Departmental Category: Music EducationMUSC 5151 (3) Topics in Music AnalysisAnalytical study of a specific topic to be determinedby the instructor(e.g., German Lieder, Bartok quartets, tonal rhythm, Schenker, etc). Studypublished analyses representing a variety of methodologies and produceoriginal analyses. Student must have passed graduate preliminary examsor completed remediation before enrolling in this course.Repeatable: Repeatable for up to 3.00 total credit hours. Allows multipleenrollment in term.Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Recommended: Prerequisite MUSC 5061 or MUSC 5071 as appropriate tothe topic, or instructor consent required.Additional Information: Departmental Category: Theory and CompositionMUSC 5156 (2) Symposium in Choral MusicProvides an advanced study of choral repertoire by style period. Requiredof all choral graduate students for a minimum of two semesters.Repeatable: Repeatable for up to 6.00 total credit hours.Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Additional Information: Departmental Category: Choral and InstrumentalMusic

Music EducationMUSC 5168 (3) World Music TheoriesExamines music rules, concepts or music theories and socioculturalelements that musicians use in creating musical sound, with emphasison music practices from a variety of world traditions; observing sharedand diverging principles, making cross-cultural comparisons anddeveloping a new pedagogy that supports the substantive study of globalmusics.Equivalent - Duplicate Degree Credit Not Granted: MUSC 4168Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Additional Information: Departmental Category: Theory and CompositionMUSC 5176 (2) Conducting 3This is a study in advanced conducting techniques. Demonstration ofadvanced score study techniques as well as the application to gestureand rehearsal techniques linked with conducting will be explored.Participation fully in discussion readings and contribute to the learning ofall is expected.Equivalent - Duplicate Degree Credit Not Granted: MUSC 4176Repeatable: Repeatable for up to 4.00 total credit hours. Allows multipleenrollment in term.Requisites: Restricted to Music Education (MMED) graduate studentsonly.Grading Basis: Letter GradeMUSC 5183 (2) Research in Music TeachingIntroduces basic descriptive, experimental, and qualitative researchmethods, including sampling, design, data collection, and analysis.Students review published music research and conduct one originalresearch study. Offered fall of odd-numbered years.Requisites: Restricted to Music (MUSD) or Music Education (MMED orMUED) graduate students only.Additional Information: Departmental Category: Music EducationMUSC 5203 (2) Topics in Music EducationProvides an in-depth examination of contemporary topics in musiceducation. Students implement and design relevant projects.Repeatable: Repeatable for up to 12.00 total credit hours.Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Additional Information: Departmental Category: Music EducationMUSC 5215 (1-2) Studies in Piano TeachingStudies the practical aspects and techniques for teaching piano at theintermediate and advanced levels in pre-college and college settings, aswell as teaching group piano at the college level.Repeatable: Repeatable for up to 2.00 total credit hours.Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Recommended: Prereqsuisites: MUSC 5305 and MUSC 5315.Additional Information: Departmental Category: KeyboardMUSC 5246 (3) Jazz Improvisation and AnalysisApplication of performance skills for the advanced improviser throughspecific harmonic, melodic and rhythmic techniques. Also includesanalysis of transcriptions and varied harmonic contexts as well as afocus on the development of repertoire. Offered fall semester of oddnumbered years. Requires prerequisite course or instructor consent.Requisites: Requires prerequisite course of MUSC 3071 (minimum gradeD-). Restricted to Music (MUSC) graduate students only.Additional Information: Departmental Category: Choral and InstrumentalMusic3MUSC 5256 (3) Jazz Studies Administration and PedagogySurveys approaches, techniques, philosophies and materials availablefor teaching jazz at both pre-college and collegiate level. Subjectareas covered include improvisation, composition and arranging,studio teaching and directing ensembles. Studies the organization andadministration of collegiate jazz programs. Topic include curriculum,program philosophy, teaching techniques, funding, teacher training andevaluation. Offered fall terms of even-numbered years.Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Recommended: Prerequisite MUSC 3253.Additional Information: Departmental Category: Choral and InstrumentalMusicMUSC 5273 (2) Comprehensive String PedagogyComparative study and application of the principles of string teaching.In-depth analysis of individual instrument pedagogy and application toadvanced studio and class teaching. Historical survey of major violin,viola, cello, and double bass pedagogues. Includes apprenticeshipteaching. Offered fall of odd-numbered years.Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Additional Information: Departmental Category: Music EducationMUSC 5285 (3) Organ SurveySurvey of organ repertoire and the history of organ building from the 16thcentury to the present.Equivalent - Duplicate Degree Credit Not Granted: MUSC 4285Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Additional Information: Departmental Category: KeyboardMUSC 5305 (2) Piano Pedagogy Group TechniquesDiscusses materials and techniques for teaching beginning pianostudents of various ages in studio and class settings. Special attentiongiven to adult classes. Includes an introduction to educationaltechnology used in group instruction. Offered fall of odd-numbered years.Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Additional Information: Departmental Category: KeyboardMUSC 5313 (3) Teaching Choral MusicExamines choral music curricula, instructional materials and teachingtechniques appropriate for secondary choral settings. Also addressesadministrative strategies for choral music programs. Offered spring only.Equivalent - Duplicate Degree Credit Not Granted: MUSC 4313Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Additional Information: Departmental Category: Music EducationMUSC 5315 (2) Piano Pedagogy: Intermediate LiteratureSurveys repertoire at the intermediate level and discusses teachingtechniques. Explores issues related to intermediate and advanced pianoperformance, such as performance anxiety, physical and psychologicalwell-being of the performer, and the development of technique. Introduceseducational technology relevant to intermediate teaching. Offered springof even-numbered years.Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Additional Information: Departmental Category: Keyboard

4Music EducationMUSC 5325 (2) Keyboard Literature 1Examines areas of style, genre, and performance practice in selectedkeyboard music from 1600 to 1830. Emphasizes student presentation ofspecific topic areas. Offered fall terms of even-numbered years.Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Additional Information: Departmental Category: KeyboardMUSC 5335 (2) Keyboard Literature 2Examines areas of style, genre, and performance practice in selectedareas of keyboard music from 1830 to the present. Emphasizes studentpresentation of specific topic areas. Offered spring terms of oddnumbered years.Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Additional Information: Departmental Category: KeyboardMUSC 5336 (2) Brass PedagogyAnalyzes pedagogical techniques and philosophies of teaching brassinstruments, and examines materials. Offered every other spring terms.Equivalent - Duplicate Degree Credit Not Granted: MUSC 4336Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Additional Information: Departmental Category: Choral and InstrumentalMusicMUSC 5345 (2) Research: Piano Literature and PedagogyLooks at individual or group research related to piano pedagogy orliterature for piano.Repeatable: Repeatable for up to 12.00 total credit hours.Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Additional Information: Departmental Category: KeyboardMUSC 5346 (3) Woodwind PedagogyProvides the knowledge and skills to teach woodwind instrumentsin both individual studio and collegiate class settings. Considerspedagogical techniques for all levels of instruction. Offered fall terms ofodd-numbered years.Equivalent - Duplicate Degree Credit Not Granted: MUSC 4346Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Grading Basis: Letter GradeAdditional Information: Departmental Category: Choral and InstrumentalMusicMUSC 5356 (2) Jazz Studies PracticumImplements independent, project-based studies for further developingknowledge and experience in jazz pedagogy, performance andcomposition. Student is assessed and guided by faculty to developspecific skills needed toward becoming a more effective jazz educator.Offered spring of odd-numbered years.Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Recommended: Prerequisite MUSC 5256.Additional Information: Departmental Category: Choral and InstrumentalMusicMUSC 5365 (2) Advanced AccompanyingAn in-depth study of collaborative repertoire in individually assignedprojects, coached by collaborative piano faculty and others.Repeatable: Repeatable for up to 12.00 total credit hours.Requisites: Restricted to graduate students only.Additional Information: Departmental Category: KeyboardMUSC 5375 (2) Opera Coaching for PianistsTeaches skills for opera coaches and rehearsal pianists.Repeatable: Repeatable for up to 12.00 total credit hours.Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Additional Information: Departmental Category: KeyboardMUSC 5405 (2) Basso-Continuo AccompanimentStudies the history, theory and practice of Basso-continuoaccompaniment. Provides practical instruction in realizing harmony froma given bass line (figured or unfigured), projecting affect and creatingdynamics at the harpsichord. Emphasizes individual cognition andcreativity. Offered fall term only.Equivalent - Duplicate Degree Credit Not Granted: MUSC 4405Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Additional Information: Departmental Category: KeyboardMUSC 5425 (2) Collaborative Literature for Piano with Winds, Brass, andPercussionStudy of all forms of wind, brass and percussion repertoire involvingcollaboration with piano including sonatas, duos, short pieces andconcerti. Collaborative piano major or instructor consent required.Offered fall terms of odd-numbered years.Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Additional Information: Departmental Category: KeyboardMUSC 5435 (2) Collaborative Literature for Piano with StringsStudy of all forms string repertoire involving collaboration with pianoincluding sonatas, duos, short pieces and concerti. Collaborative pianomajor or instructor consent required. Offered spring terms of evennumbered years.Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Additional Information: Departmental Category: KeyboardMUSC 5443 (3) Teaching Instrumental MusicExamines instrumental music curricula, instructional materials andteaching techniques appropriate for rehearsal, class, and lesson settings.Also addresses administration strategies for instrumental musicprograms. Offered spring only.Equivalent - Duplicate Degree Credit Not Granted: MUSC 4443Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Additional Information: Departmental Category: Music EducationMUSC 5444 (2) Vocal PedagogyIn depth study of the physiology, acoustics, and health aspects of thesinging voice. Recommended for all graduate students in voice.Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Additional Information: Departmental Category: VoiceMUSC 5446 (1) Supervised Teaching PracticumDesigned to provide supervised teaching experience that includesfeedback on weekly teaching; weekly and longer-term planning; andreflection on the impact of teacher characteristics and actions on studentdevelopment.Requisites: Requires prerequisite course of MUSC 5273 (minimum gradeD-). Restricted to College of Music (MUSC) graduate students only.Grading Basis: Letter Grade

Music EducationMUSC 5454 (2) Repertory for Young VoicesSurvey of the solo repertoire for young voices, the physiological aspectsof mutational voices, techniques of vocalizing young voices, and classvoice procedure.Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Additional Information: Departmental Category: VoiceMUSC 5464 (2) French Song LiteratureProvides an extensive analytical and historical discussion of French songliterature styles, from the 12th century to the present.Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Additional Information: Departmental Category: VoiceMUSC 5484 (2) Graduate Seminar in Vocal PedagogyA thorough investigation of the challenges of studio voice pedagogy,including corrective techniques, psychological philosophies, and videoanalysis of student teaching. Examination and evaluation of comparativemethodologies of vocal technique.Requisites: Requires prerequisite course of MUSC 5444 (minimum gradeD-). Restricted to College of Music (MUSC) graduate students only.Additional Information: Departmental Category: VoiceMUSC 5564 (2) German Song LiteratureProvides an extensive analytical and historical discussion of Germansong literature styles, from the 18th century to the present. Offered fallterms only.Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Additional Information: Departmental Category: VoiceMUSC 5583 (2) Inclusive Music ClassroomSurveys strategies necessary for teaching music to all students, includingthose with special needs. Offered fall of even-numbered years.Equivalent - Duplicate Degree Credit Not Granted: MUSC 4583Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Additional Information: Departmental Category: Music EducationMUSC 5608 (1) Graduate Studies in the Alexander TechniqueInvestigates the discoveries and writings of F. M. Alexander regardingkinesthetic perception, physical coordination and mind-body awareness.Applies these contexts to specific musical activities. Analysis andresearch regarding Alexander's principles.Equivalent - Duplicate Degree Credit Not Granted: MUSC 2608Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Additional Information: Departmental Category: InterdepartmentalCoursesMUSC 5642 (3) Jazz History and LiteratureStudies musical trends and cultural forces influencing jazz, with analysisof improvisational styles, melodic and motivic variations, transcriptionsand orchestrations from significant periods in its history. Offered springterms only.Requisites: Requires prerequisite course of MUSC 3642 (minimum gradeD-). Restricted to College of Music (MUSC) graduate students only.Additional Information: Departmental Category: Musicology5MUSC 5666 (2) Chamber Music Literature: WoodwindsProvides a stylistic-historical survey in various genres from Baroque erato present. Offered fall terms of even numbered years.Repeatable: Repeatable for up to 12.00 total credit hours.Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Additional Information: Departmental Category: Choral and InstrumentalMusicMUSC 5708 (2) Introduction to Music Bibliography and ResearchExplores basic informational sources about music and musicians; astudy of citation formats, research methodologies and writing techniquesemployed in music research papers, theses and dissertations. Intendedto increase students' information fluency. Required in all master's degreeprograms.Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Additional Information: Departmental Category: InterdepartmentalCoursesMUSC 5712 (3) Renaissance MusicProvides a repertory and analysis of polyphonic music, 1400-1600.Equivalent - Duplicate Degree Credit Not Granted: MUSC 4712Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Additional Information: Departmental Category: MusicologyMUSC 5742 (3) Performance Practice of Early MusicExamines instrumental and vocal performance practices through the 18thcentury. Topics may vary from year to year.Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Additional Information: Departmental Category: MusicologyMUSC 5752 (3) Women in MusicExamines the role of women as creators and performers of WesternMusic. Explores related issues in musicology, including canon formation,reception history and feminist aesthetics.Equivalent - Duplicate Degree Credit Not Granted: MUSC 4752Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Additional Information: Departmental Category: MusicologyMUSC 5762 (3-4) History of Choral LiteratureProvides a seminar in analysis of musical style and history of choralrepertory . Those wishing review of literature and repertory may enroll for4 credit hours.Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Additional Information: Departmental Category: MusicologyMUSC 5772 (3) History of OperaExamines representative operas from the 17th through the 21stcenturies. Emphasizes both cultural and analytical aspects and surveysrelated musicological literature.Equivalent - Duplicate Degree Credit Not Granted: MUSC 4772Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Additional Information: Departmental Category: Musicology

6Music EducationMUSC 5802 (3) Studies in 20th Century MusicOffers intensified work in history of music in the 20th century. Topics varyfrom year to year.Equivalent - Duplicate Degree Credit Not Granted: MUSC 4802Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Additional Information: Departmental Category: MusicologyMUSC 5808 (1) Advanced Studies in the Alexander TechniqueContinues investigation of the benefits of Alexander's principles regardingmind-body awareness begun in MUSC 5608. Increased emphasis onutilizing principles in specialized activity. Analysis and research regardingmusical activities.Equivalent - Duplicate Degree Credit Not Granted: MUSC 4608Repeatable: Repeatable for up to 2.00 total credit hours.Requisites: Requires prerequisite course of MUSC 5608 (minimum gradeC-). Restricted to College of Music (MUSC) graduate students only.Additional Information: Departmental Category: InterdepartmentalCoursesMUSC 5822 (3) Ancient and Medieval MusicSurveys sources from the ancient Greeks to the early Christian era andmusic from the 8th to the 14th century.Repeatable: Repeatable for up to 12.00 total credit hours.Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Additional Information: Departmental Category: MusicologyMUSC 5832 (3) Studies in American MusicOffers intensified work in folk, popular, and art music of the United States.Repeatable: Repeatable for up to 12.00 total credit hours.Requisites: Restricted to College of Music (MUSCG) graduate studentsonly.Additional Information: Departmental Category: MusicologyMUSC 5842 (3) Aesthetics of MusicSurveys various philosophies of music in writings of philosophers,psychologists, sociologists, composers, critics and historians.Requisites: Restri

MUSC 5011 (2) 16th Century Counterpoint Provides a stylistic study of the main contrapuntal genres of the period including free, two- and three-part imitative counterpoint in the style of Palestrina. Provides a foundation in species counterpoint, working towards free counterpoint; stresses composing in 16th century

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