Music

Current Course Offerings

Winter 2016

MUSC120 History of Music I Sections

An overview of Western music from antiquity through the Middle Ages and Renaissance, providing a framework for understanding musical styles and practices, and examining selected compositions in greater analytical and historical depth.

History of Music I An overview of Western music from antiquity through the Middle Ages and Renaissance, providing a framework for understanding musical styles and practices, and examining selected compositions in greater analytical and historical depth.
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Winter 2016

MUSC352 History of Medieval Music Sections

Sacred and secular music, vocal and instrumental.

History of Medieval Music Medieval Music. Music and musical culture of the Middle Ages in Western Europe, from the emergence of written notation in the ninth century to the end of the fourteenth century. Prerequisite: Music 120 and 121; generally restricted to Music Majors and Minors).
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MUSC120

History of Music I
An overview of Western music from antiquity through the Middle Ages and Renaissance, providing a framework for understanding musical styles and practices, and examining selected compositions in greater analytical and historical depth.

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MUSC352

History of Medieval Music
Medieval Music. Music and musical culture of the Middle Ages in Western Europe, from the emergence of written notation in the ninth century to the end of the fourteenth century. Prerequisite: Music 120 and 121; generally restricted to Music Majors and Minors).

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Winter 2016

MUSC100 Principles of Musical Form Sections

Fundamental materials and processes of music - rhythmic, melodic, textural and harmonic - and how they create small-scale structures in a variety of styles. Compositional and analytical applications.

MUSC101 Diatonic Harmony and Voice Leading Sections

Harmonic and linear functions of diatonic chords; common progressions and sequences; introduction to tonal hierarchy and prolongation; simple modulation. Compositional and analytical exercises.

MUSC103 Introduction to the Theory of Music Sections

Concepts of rhythm, pitch, timbre, and texture. Notation and aural recognition of rhythmic and pitch patterns. Basic principles of melody and form. This course is not applicable to the B.Mus.

MUSC104 Introduction to Diatonic Harmony Sections

Triads, key and elementary harmony in Western music. Elements of musical form. Aural training and exercises in composition, modeled on historical styles. Not for credit in the B.Mus.

MUSC105 Aural Skills I Sections

Sight singing; melodic and harmonic dictation; rhythm production; error detection; tuning; perception of harmony, form, and tonality; improvisation in set idioms. Restricted to B.Mus. students.

MUSC106 Aural Skills II Sections

Continuation of MUSC 105. Restricted to B.Mus. students.

MUSC107C Composition I - COMPOSITION I Sections

An introduction to musical composition.

MUSC108 Introduction to Contemporary Art Music Sections

Contemporary music repertoire, emphasizing music from the past fifty years. Required of undergraduate Composition majors; open to other Bachelor of Music students by permission of instructor.

MUSC112 Class Brasses and Percussion Sections

Group instruction in music performance. Restricted to B.Mus. students.

MUSC119 Introduction to Music Technology Sections

Practical and theoretical training in technologies that support current artistic and academic practice, such as MIDI, podcasts/videocasts, websites, social media, and software for score notation, music education, and basic audio/video editing.

MUSC120 History of Music I Sections

An overview of Western music from antiquity through the Middle Ages and Renaissance, providing a framework for understanding musical styles and practices, and examining selected compositions in greater analytical and historical depth.

MUSC121 History of Music II Sections

The development of Western music from circa 1600 to circa 1800.

MUSC122 Class Woodwinds Sections

Group instruction in music performance. Restricted to B.Mus. students.

MUSC135 Opera Repertoire I Sections

A musico-dramatic study and analysis of representative works in the international operatic theatre from 1600 to the present, through musical, literary and graphic sources. Each sequential year of study, the student is expected to show increased facility in musical and dramatic analysis as well as a greater understanding of the works under examination. Open to students outside the B.Mus. program by permission of the instructor.

MUSC141 Class Piano I Sections

Required of all first-time secondary piano students.

MUSC149 Collaborative Piano I Sections

Skills and performance practice with primary emphasis on voice/piano partnership principles and repertoire. Strong sight-reading skills essential. For Piano majors; open to others by audition.

MUSC150A Large Instrumental Ensemble - LRGE INST ENSEMB Sections

Symphony Orchestra, Symphonic Wind Ensemble, or Concert Winds. May be repeated for credit in accordance with program requirements for B.Mus. or B.A. in Music. Open to other students by audition, with credit, as stipulated by their faculties.

MUSC150C Large Instrumental Ensemble - LRGE INST ENSEMB Sections

Symphony Orchestra, Symphonic Wind Ensemble, or Concert Winds. May be repeated for credit in accordance with program requirements for B.Mus. or B.A. in Music. Open to other students by audition, with credit, as stipulated by their faculties.

MUSC153A University Singers - UBC SINGERS Sections

May be repeated for credit in accordance with program requirements for B.Mus. or B.A. in Music. Open to other students by audition, with credit, as stipulated by their faculties.

MUSC154A University Choral Union - UBC CHORAL UNION Sections

May be repeated for credit in accordance with program requirements for B.Mus. or B.A. in Music. Open to other students by audition, with credit, as stipulated by their faculties.

MUSC156A Vocal Chamber Ensembles - WOMEN'S CHOIR Sections

May be repeated for credit in accordance with program requirements for B.Mus. or B.A. in Music. Open to other students by audition, with credit, as stipulated by their faculties.

MUSC156B Vocal Chamber Ensembles - MEN'S CHOIR Sections

May be repeated for credit in accordance with program requirements for B.Mus. or B.A. in Music. Open to other students by audition, with credit, as stipulated by their faculties.

MUSC156C Vocal Chamber Ensembles - CHAMBER CHOIR Sections

May be repeated for credit in accordance with program requirements for B.Mus. or B.A. in Music. Open to other students by audition, with credit, as stipulated by their faculties.

MUSC156E Vocal Chamber Ensembles - CHAMBER CHOIR Sections

May be repeated for credit in accordance with program requirements for B.Mus. or B.A. in Music. Open to other students by audition, with credit, as stipulated by their faculties.

MUSC157A Early Music Ensemble - EARLY MUSIC ENS Sections

Performance of early Western instrumental and vocal ensemble music. May be repeated for credit in accordance with program requirements for B.Mus. or B.A. in Music. Open to other students by audition, with credit, as stipulated by their faculties.

MUSC159A University Chamber Strings - UNIV CHMBR STRNG Sections

May be repeated for credit in accordance with program requirements for B.Mus. or B.A. in Music. Open to other students by audition, with credit, as stipulated by their faculties.

MUSC160B String Chamber Ensembles - STR CHAMB ENS Sections

May be repeated for credit in accordance with program requirements for B.Mus. or B.A. in Music. Open to other students by audition, with credit, as stipulated by their faculties.

MUSC160E String Chamber Ensembles - GUITAR CHMBR ENS Sections

May be repeated for credit in accordance with program requirements for B.Mus. or B.A. in Music. Open to other students by audition, with credit, as stipulated by their faculties.

MUSC161A Piano Chamber Ensembles - PIANO CHAM ENSEM Sections

May be repeated for credit in accordance with program requirements for B.Mus.

MUSC162A Wind and Percussion Chamber Ensembles - WIND CHAMB ENS Sections

May be repeated for credit in accordance with program requirements for B.Mus. or B.A. in Music. Open to other students by audition, with credit, as stipulated by their faculties.

MUSC162B Wind and Percussion Chamber Ensembles - BRASS CHAMB ENS Sections

May be repeated for credit in accordance with program requirements for B.Mus. or B.A. in Music. Open to other students by audition, with credit, as stipulated by their faculties.

MUSC162C Wind and Percussion Chamber Ensembles - WIND CHAM ENS SX Sections

May be repeated for credit in accordance with program requirements for B.Mus. or B.A. in Music. Open to other students by audition, with credit, as stipulated by their faculties.

MUSC162E Wind and Percussion Chamber Ensembles - WIND CHAM ENS PC Sections

May be repeated for credit in accordance with program requirements for B.Mus. or B.A. in Music. Open to other students by audition, with credit, as stipulated by their faculties.

MUSC163 Contemporary Players Sections

Performance of contemporary music. An ensemble of variable size, including both instrumentalists and singers, will be formed to present several concerts of 20th-century music during the academic year. May be repeated for credit in accordance with program requirements for B.Mus. or B.A. in Music.

MUSC164 Jazz Ensemble Sections

Performance techniques and repertoire. May be repeated for credit in accordance with program requirements for B.Mus. or B.A. in Music.

MUSC165B World Music Ensembles - BALINESE GAMELAN Sections

Training on traditional instruments and their techniques, with emphasis on ensemble performance. Different sections focus on the music of different cultures, e.g., Bali, China, Ghana, Korea. May be repeated for credit in accordance with program requirements for B.Mus. or B.A. in Music, or when permitted in other programs.

MUSC165C World Music Ensembles - KOREAN DRUMMING Sections

Training on traditional instruments and their techniques, with emphasis on ensemble performance. Different sections focus on the music of different cultures, e.g., Bali, China, Ghana, Korea. May be repeated for credit in accordance with program requirements for B.Mus. or B.A. in Music, or when permitted in other programs.

MUSC165D World Music Ensembles - AFRICAN MUS/DANC Sections

Training on traditional instruments and their techniques, with emphasis on ensemble performance. Different sections focus on the music of different cultures, e.g., Bali, China, Ghana, Korea. May be repeated for credit in accordance with program requirements for B.Mus. or B.A. in Music, or when permitted in other programs.

MUSC165E World Music Ensembles - KOREAN DRUMMING Sections

Training on traditional instruments and their techniques, with emphasis on ensemble performance. Different sections focus on the music of different cultures, e.g., Bali, China, Ghana, Korea. May be repeated for credit in accordance with program requirements for B.Mus. or B.A. in Music, or when permitted in other programs.

MUSC165F World Music Ensembles - BALINESE GAMELAN Sections

Training on traditional instruments and their techniques, with emphasis on ensemble performance. Different sections focus on the music of different cultures, e.g., Bali, China, Ghana, Korea. May be repeated for credit in accordance with program requirements for B.Mus. or B.A. in Music, or when permitted in other programs.

MUSC165G World Music Ensembles - AFRICAN MUS/DANC Sections

Training on traditional instruments and their techniques, with emphasis on ensemble performance. Different sections focus on the music of different cultures, e.g., Bali, China, Ghana, Korea. May be repeated for credit in accordance with program requirements for B.Mus. or B.A. in Music, or when permitted in other programs.

MUSC167 Introduction to Piano Chamber Music Sections

A survey of repertoire and performance issues.

MUSC169A Intensive Chamber Ensemble - INT CHMB ENS Sections

Intensive coaching in chamber ensemble for advanced players. Performance of works prepared is expected.

MUSC169B Intensive Chamber Ensemble - INT CHMB ENS Sections

Intensive coaching in chamber ensemble for advanced players. Performance of works prepared is expected.

MUSC169C Intensive Chamber Ensemble - INT CHMB ENS Sections

Intensive coaching in chamber ensemble for advanced players. Performance of works prepared is expected.

MUSC170 Lyric Diction Sections

A study of the basic phonetics and accepted principles of lyric diction of the four languages most commonly used in concert and operatic repertoire: French, German, Italian, and English.

MUSC200 Chromatic Harmony and Voice Leading Sections

Harmonic and linear functions of common chromatic chords; mixture; chords and progressions of linear origin; tonal plans. Compositional and analytical exercises.

MUSC201 Musical Forms Sections

Study of various forms in tonal music and the rhythmic, melodic, textural, and harmonic processes that create them on small and large scales. Compositional and analytical exercises.

MUSC205 Aural Skills III Sections

Continuation of MUSC 106. Restricted to B.Mus. students.

MUSC206 Aural Skills IV Sections

Continuation of MUSC 205. Restricted to B.Mus. students.

MUSC207A Composition II - COMPOSITION 2 Sections

Continuation of MUSC 107.

MUSC207C Composition II - COMPOSITION 2 Sections

Continuation of MUSC 107.

MUSC220 History of Music III Sections

The development of Western music from circa 1800 to circa 1900.

MUSC221 History of Music IV Sections

The development of Western music from circa 1900; an introduction to jazz and popular music and to music of selected non-Western societies.

MUSC235 Opera Repertoire II Sections

See MUSC 135.

MUSC236C Piano Repertoire II - PIANO REPTOIRE 2 Sections

Continuation of MUSC 136.

MUSC241 Class Piano II Sections

Continuation of MUSC 141.

MUSC249 Collaborative Piano II Sections

Further development of skills and performance practice with primary emphasis on voice/piano partnership principles and repertoire. Strong sight-reading skills essential. For Piano majors; open to others by audition.

MUSC300 Compositional and Analytical Approaches to Post-Tonal Music Sections

Concepts essential to understanding and performing art music, since 1900, in which functional triadic harmony is absent or subsidiary to other musical processes. Detailed consideration of works of major composers up to the present, through analysis, composition, and musicianship exercises.

MUSC305 Readings in Orchestral Repertoire Sections

A laboratory course for orchestral performance majors. Emphasis on reading a large cross-section of standard orchestral repertoire with further emphasis given to music currently being programmed by local professional orchestras. The course is restricted to Orchestral Instruments majors, except by permission of the instructor.

MUSC307A Composition III - COMPOSITION III Sections

Continuation of MUSC 207.

MUSC307C Composition III - COMPOSITION III Sections

Continuation of MUSC 207.

MUSC309 Instrumentation Sections

The study of string, woodwind, brass and percussion instruments; orchestral sections and scoring for various small ensembles. Activities include demonstrations of instruments, scoring projects, analysis and listening. For credit towards the B.Mus. and the B.A. in Music; not open to other students.

MUSC310 Orchestration Sections

The study of orchestration through the analysis of orchestral works, listening and scoring projects. Activities also include choral arranging and scoring for stage band and wind ensemble.

MUSC311 Fundamentals of Conducting Sections

Basic conducting techniques: patterns, cueing, dynamic shading, and physical presentation.

MUSC312 Instrumental Conducting Sections

The relation of conducting gestures to instrumental sound; development of practical skills in directing ensembles and reading scores, considering instruments' special characteristics.

MUSC313 Choral Conducting Sections

The relation of conducting gestures to choral sound; development of practical skills in directing ensembles and reading scores; attendant issues of vocal technique and pedagogy.

MUSC319A Introduction to Electroacoustic Music - INTRO ELECRO MUS Sections

Study of acoustics, audio technology, and electroacoustic composition. Composition of original works using facilities of the UBC Electroacoustic Music Studio.

MUSC320 Computer Music Sections

The study of computer applications to music, focusing on digital synthesis techniques and languages, methods of algorithmic composition, and the design of music editors.

MUSC323 History of Popular Music Sections

Genres of popular music from 1950 to the present and their changing aesthetic, social, cultural, and historical dimensions. Prior experience with music notation and terminology is not required. This course is not acceptable for credit toward the B.Mus., or toward the B.A. major, honours, or minor in Music.

MUSC326A Music Appreciation - MUSIC APPRECIATN Sections

An introductory course for which previous musical background is helpful, but not required. Contents include a discussion of musical concepts, evolution of forms, style, and media and detailed study of selected works from the concert repertoire. Popular forms of music (jazz, folk, rock, etc) not included. Not for credit towards the B.Mus. or B.A. in Music.

MUSC328B World Music Cultures - RTHM IN HUMN EXP Sections

Introduction to the principles of ethnomusicology and an examination of at least two contrasting musical traditions. May be repeated once for credit if different traditions are covered.

MUSC336 Opera Theatre Techniques I Sections

Performance techniques associated with the musical theatre of various historical periods. Basic dance. Most operatic excerpts will be in English.

MUSC339C Opera Workshop I - OPERA WORKSHOP 1 Sections

Participation in performances by the School. Open also to students outside Music without credit, after audition.

MUSC340 Piano Pedagogy I: Theory and Studio Management Sections

Basic principles of teaching piano. Business aspects of establishing and maintaining a music studio. For piano majors.

MUSC349 Keyboard Harmony and Transposition Sections

Designed for the keyboard performance major and keyboard concentrator in General Studies.

MUSC353 History of Renaissance Music Sections

Sacred and secular music, vocal and instrumental.

MUSC355 Classical Music Sections

MUSC365 Song Repertoire I Sections

An exploration of the solo art song repertoire from 1600 to the Romantic period. Repertoire essential to the performer and teacher will be studied through live and recorded performance with special attention given to poetic content and musical style.

MUSC402A Special Projects - SPECIAL PROJECTS Sections

For fourth-year students who receive permission of the Director of the School of Music to do advanced studies in their major field.

MUSC402B Special Projects - SPECIAL PROJECTS Sections

For fourth-year students who receive permission of the Director of the School of Music to do advanced studies in their major field.

MUSC402C Special Projects - SPECIAL PROJECTS Sections

For fourth-year students who receive permission of the Director of the School of Music to do advanced studies in their major field.

MUSC403A Selected Topics in Music - STR-PIAN PRF PRC Sections

See School of Music schedule for description and prerequisites. Restricted to B. Mus. and B.A. in Music students.

MUSC403D Selected Topics in Music - PERIODICITY Sections

See School of Music schedule for description and prerequisites. Restricted to B. Mus. and B.A. in Music students.

MUSC403F Selected Topics in Music - COGN/MUSC RHYTHM Sections

See School of Music schedule for description and prerequisites. Restricted to B. Mus. and B.A. in Music students.

MUSC403M Selected Topics in Music - COLLAB SNGWRITNG Sections

See School of Music schedule for description and prerequisites. Restricted to B. Mus. and B.A. in Music students.

MUSC403X Selected Topics in Music - CRTV PRFMNCE PRC Sections

See School of Music schedule for description and prerequisites. Restricted to B. Mus. and B.A. in Music students.

MUSC407C Composition IV - COMPOSITION IV Sections

Continuation of MUSC 307.

MUSC409D Jazz Theory and Arranging - JAZ THRY & ARRAN Sections

Jazz scales, chord relationships, substitutions, orchestration, listening, and score analysis. Restricted to B.Mus. and B.A. in Music students.

MUSC411 Analysis of Tonal Music Sections

Analytical approaches that complement Schenkerian analysis, including motivic construction, harmonic rhythm and phrase rhythm, chromaticism and enharmonicism, features of musical form, aspects of structure and hierarchy at the small and large scale.

MUSC413 Contemporary Art Music: Theory and Analysis Sections

A technical approach to the diverse concert-music repertoire since 1950, including orchestral, chamber, solo, and electro-acoustic genres. Applicable theories of pitch and rhythm, with reference to composers' own writings.

MUSC414 Counterpoint Sections

Analysis and comosition of pieces that rely on the control and development of imitative, polyphonic textures. Models to be taken from one or more European historical repertoires.

MUSC419 Interactive Performance Systems Sections

Collaborative projects developing new connections between sound and gestures in live concert performance or responsive environments using multiple digital technologies. May be repeated once for credit.

MUSC420 Music Technology Capstone Project Sections

Supervised individual music technology project on an approved topic. Restricted to students in the Minor in Applied Music Technology

MUSC430B Major Composers - VERDI'S OPERAS Sections

The musical works of no more than two significant composers will be examined. Specific topics will be announced; may be repeated for credit.

MUSC430F Major Composers - MONTEVERDI Sections

The musical works of no more than two significant composers will be examined. Specific topics will be announced; may be repeated for credit.

MUSC436 Opera Theatre Techniques II Sections

Advanced studies in acting, movement, gesture, dance and stage combat. Emphasis on communication and the art of singing and acting recitative in foreign languages.

MUSC439C Opera Workshop II - OPERA WORKSHOP 2 Sections

A continuation of MUSC 339.

MUSC442C Song Interpretation - SONG INTERPRET Sections

Survey of the literature for voice with keyboard accompaniment, with emphasis on performance problems. Open to piano and voice majors, and to others by permission of instructor. May be repeated once for credit.

MUSC449 Graduating Essay Sections

MUSC455 History of Opera II Sections

The development of opera between 1800 and the present.

MUSC500A Advanced Musical Analysis - ADV MUSICAL ANLY Sections

MUSC500C Advanced Musical Analysis - CON ART MUSC:T&A Sections

MUSC506 Readings in Orchestral Repertoire Sections

Standard repertoire for orchestral instrumentalists.

MUSC507C Composition - COMPOSITION Sections

The composition of original music for conventional instruments and/or electronic media.

MUSC508C Composition - COMPOSITION Sections

A continuation of MUSC 507.

MUSC509B Advanced Orchestration and Arranging - ADV ORCHESTRATON Sections

MUSC512A Directed Individual Studies - INDIVDL STUDIES Sections

Approval by the Director, School of Music, is required.

MUSC512B Directed Individual Studies - INDIVDL STUDIES Sections

Approval by the Director, School of Music, is required.

MUSC512C Directed Individual Studies - INDIVDL STUDIES Sections

Approval by the Director, School of Music, is required.

MUSC512E Directed Individual Studies - DOCT THESIS PREP Sections

Approval by the Director, School of Music, is required.

MUSC512F Directed Individual Studies - ADV ORCH CONDUCT Sections

Approval by the Director, School of Music, is required.

MUSC512G Directed Individual Studies - CHORAL LEADERSHP Sections

Approval by the Director, School of Music, is required.

MUSC520A Introduction to Music Research - INTRO MUSIC RES Sections

Principal resources of the research library.

MUSC521D Seminar in Performance Practices - STR-PIAN PRF PRC Sections

Studies in the theoretical and practical problems of musical interpretation.

MUSC526A Seminar in Classical Period Music - CLSCAL PER MUSC Sections

MUSC529 Introduction to Ethnomusicology Sections

Preliminary studies in the discipline of ethnomusicology, with an emphasis on history and orientations.

MUSC530A Topics in Ethnomusicology - ETHNO & REPRSNTN Sections

Topics involving methodology and fieldwork in non-Western traditions. Topics will vary and students should consult the School as to areas of focus in any given term.

MUSC532D Advanced Studies in Music History and Musicology - VERDI'S OPERAS Sections

MUSC532F Advanced Studies in Music History and Musicology - MONTEVERDI Sections

MUSC532G Advanced Studies in Music History and Musicology - POP MUS AESTH Sections

MUSC532X Advanced Studies in Music History and Musicology - CRTV PRFMNCE PRC Sections

MUSC533D Advanced Studies in Music Theory - PERIODICITY Sections

Advanced seminar in music theory. May be repeated for credit if different topics are covered.

MUSC533F Advanced Studies in Music Theory - COGN/MUSC RHYTHM Sections

Advanced seminar in music theory. May be repeated for credit if different topics are covered.

MUSC533J Advanced Studies in Music Theory - INTNSV CTPT Sections

Advanced seminar in music theory. May be repeated for credit if different topics are covered.

MUSC537C Seminar in the Literature of Opera - SEM LIT OF OPERA Sections

Special topics related to the bibliography, history, repertoire and pedagogy of operatic music.

MUSC539C Opera Production - OPERA PRODUCTION Sections

Stylistic and technical studies and participation in the production of opera performances. May be repeated for credit, in accordance with program requirements.

MUSC544A Seminar in Conducting and Repertoire I - CHOR COND&REP I Sections

Advanced study of conducting techniques and of representative major compositions and literature (earlier historical periods). Emphasis on knowledge and conducting skills that can communicate a thorough understanding of genre, idiom, form, texture, and style, in rehearsal and performance.

MUSC545A Seminar in Conducting and Repertoire II - CHOR COND&REP II Sections

Advanced study of conducting techniques and of representative major compositions and literature (later historical periods). Emphasis on knowledge and conducting skills that can communicate a thorough understanding of genre, idiom, form, texture, and style, in rehearsal and performance.

MUSC545B Seminar in Conducting and Repertoire II - ORCH COND&REP II Sections

Advanced study of conducting techniques and of representative major compositions and literature (later historical periods). Emphasis on knowledge and conducting skills that can communicate a thorough understanding of genre, idiom, form, texture, and style, in rehearsal and performance.

MUSC549A Master's Thesis - MASTERS THESIS Sections

MUSC550A Large Instrumental Ensemble - LARGE INST ENSEM Sections

Symphony Orchestra or Wind Ensemble. Open only to graduate students.

MUSC553 University Singers Sections

Open only to graduate students.

MUSC554 University Choral Union Sections

Open only to graduate students.

MUSC556 Vocal Chamber Ensemble Sections

Open only to graduate students.

MUSC557 Early Music Ensemble Sections

Open only to graduate students.

MUSC559 University Chamber Strings Sections

Open only to graduate students.

MUSC560A String Chamber Ensembles - STR CHAMB ENS Sections

Open only to graduate students.

MUSC560E String Chamber Ensembles - GUITAR CHMBR ENS Sections

Open only to graduate students.

MUSC561A Piano Chamber Ensembles - PIANO CHAMB ENS Sections

Open only to graduate students.

MUSC562A Wind and Percussion Chamber Ensembles - WIND CHAMB ENS Sections

Open only to graduate students.

MUSC562B Wind and Percussion Chamber Ensembles - BRASS CHAMB ENS Sections

Open only to graduate students.

MUSC562C Wind and Percussion Chamber Ensembles - WIND CHAM ENS SX Sections

Open only to graduate students.

MUSC562E Wind and Percussion Chamber Ensembles - WIND CHAM ENS PC Sections

Open only to graduate students.

MUSC563 Contemporary Players Sections

Open only to graduate students.

MUSC564 Jazz Ensemble Sections

Open only to graduate students.

MUSC565B World Music Ensembles - BALINSE GAMLN EN Sections

Training on traditional instruments and their techniques, with emphasis on ensemble performance. Different sections focus on the music of different cultures, e.g., Bali, China, Ghana, Korea.

MUSC565C World Music Ensembles - KOREAN DRUMMING Sections

Training on traditional instruments and their techniques, with emphasis on ensemble performance. Different sections focus on the music of different cultures, e.g., Bali, China, Ghana, Korea.

MUSC565D World Music Ensembles - AFRICAN MUS/DANC Sections

Training on traditional instruments and their techniques, with emphasis on ensemble performance. Different sections focus on the music of different cultures, e.g., Bali, China, Ghana, Korea.

MUSC569A Intensive Specialized Chamber Ensemble - INT SPC CHMB ENS Sections

Intensive coaching.

MUSC569B Intensive Specialized Chamber Ensemble - INT SPC CHMB ENS Sections

Intensive coaching.

MUSC569C Intensive Specialized Chamber Ensemble - INT SPC CHMB ENS Sections

Intensive coaching.

MUSC571A Music Performance (Secondary) - KEYBOARD INST'S Sections

Private instruction, vocal or instrumental.

MUSC572B Music Performance (Secondary) - VOICE Sections

Private instruction, vocal or instrumental.

MUSC591B Music Performance (Major) - VOICE Sections

Private instruction, vocal or instrumental.

MUSC593A Music Performance (Major) - KEYBOARD INST'S Sections

Private instruction, vocal or instrumental. May be repeated for credit, in accordance with program requirements.

MUSC593B Music Performance (Major) - VOICE Sections

Private instruction, vocal or instrumental. May be repeated for credit, in accordance with program requirements.

MUSC593C Music Performance (Major) - STRING INST'S Sections

Private instruction, vocal or instrumental. May be repeated for credit, in accordance with program requirements.

MUSC593D Music Performance (Major) - WIND,BRASS&PERC Sections

Private instruction, vocal or instrumental. May be repeated for credit, in accordance with program requirements.

MUSC593E Music Performance (Major) - GUITAR,ETHN&HIST Sections

Private instruction, vocal or instrumental. May be repeated for credit, in accordance with program requirements.

MUSC593F Music Performance (Major) - CHORAL CONDUCTNG Sections

Private instruction, vocal or instrumental. May be repeated for credit, in accordance with program requirements.

MUSC593G Music Performance (Major) - ORCH CONDUCTING Sections

Private instruction, vocal or instrumental. May be repeated for credit, in accordance with program requirements.

MUSC606 Readings in Orchestral Repertoire Sections

Continuation of MUSC 506.

MUSC607C Composition - COMPOSITION Sections

Further study for doctoral candidates in Composition.

MUSC649 Ph.D. Dissertation or D.M.A. Thesis Sections

MUSC692A Music Performance (Major) - KEYBOARD INST'S Sections

Private instruction, vocal or instrumental.

MUSC693B Music Performance (Major) - VOICE Sections

Private instruction, vocal or instrumental.

MUSC693C Music Performance (Major) - STRING INST'S Sections

Private instruction, vocal or instrumental.

MUSC693D Music Performance (Major) - WIND,BRASS&PERC Sections

Private instruction, vocal or instrumental.

MUSC694A Music Performance (Major) - KEYBOARD INST'S Sections

Private instruction, vocal or instrumental.

MUSC694B Music Performance (Major) - VOICE Sections

Private instruction, vocal or instrumental.

MUSC694C Music Performance (Major) - STRING INST'S Sections

Private instruction, vocal or instrumental.

MUSC694D Music Performance (Major) - WIND,BRASS&PERC Sections

Private instruction, vocal or instrumental.

MUSC695A Music Performance (Major) - KEYBOARD INST'S Sections

Private instruction, vocal or instrumental.

MUSC695B Music Performance (Major) - VOICE Sections

Private instruction, vocal or instrumental.

MUSC695C Music Performance (Major) - STRING INST'S Sections

Private instruction, vocal or instrumental.

MUSC695D Music Performance (Major) - WIND,BRASS&PERC Sections

Private instruction, vocal or instrumental.