Undergraduate major: music (B.A., B.M.)
Undergraduate minor: music
Graduate degrees: M.A. in music; M.F.A. in music; Ph.D. in music; D.M.A.
Graduate minor: theory pedagogy
Graduate certificate: sacred music
Faculty: https://music.uiowa.edu/people
Website: https://music.uiowa.edu/

The University of Iowa School of Music is prominent in a fine arts community of international repute. It has long been recognized as one of the excellent university-based music schools in the United States.

The school's on-campus enrollment of approximately 470 music majors is large enough to sustain strong programs in all areas of specialization, yet small enough to ensure the individual attention essential to each student's development.

The faculty consists of highly trained artist-teachers in each specialization area and scholars of international distinction. Private lessons with faculty members are offered in all band and orchestra instruments, and in voice, piano, and organ.

The school's undergraduate programs offer all qualified students, whether music majors or nonmajors, the opportunity for further study of music. In addition to its comprehensive course offerings for majors, the school provides a substantial selection of courses especially recommended for nonmajors and several approved for the General Education Program (see "Courses for Nonmajors" below).

Graduate programs in music are designed primarily to prepare students for teaching in secondary schools, colleges, and universities and for careers in performance and music therapy.

The School of Music is a charter member of the National Association of Schools of Music. The requirements for entrance and for graduation are in accordance with the association's published standards.

The department is one of three academic units in the Division of Performing Arts. It participates in offering the division's Certificate in Arts Entrepreneurship.

National Honor Society

The School of Music sponsors a chapter of Pi Kappa Lambda, the national music honor society. Students of exceptional ability are recommended for membership by faculty members. For more information, consult the School of Music honors advisor.

Courses for Nonmajors

The School of Music offers a wide range of courses that are appropriate for non-music majors. Courses about jazz, music and culture, music history, music software, and other topics are available as well as individual instruction on a number of instruments and voice; see School of Music Courses in this section of the Catalog.

Several School of Music courses are approved for General Education; look for courses with the prefix MUS under "Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts" in the General Education Program section of the Catalog.

For course content descriptions, see School of Music Courses in this section of the Catalog.

Participation in School of Music ensembles is open to all University of Iowa students with the ensemble director's approval. Major ensembles are as follows.

MUS:1176Women's Chorale1
MUS:1180All-University String Orchestra1
MUS:3160Symphony Band/Concert Band1
MUS:3170Kantorei1
MUS:3172Camerata Singers1
MUS:3174University Choir1
MUS:3180Orchestra1

Other courses particularly recommended for music nonmajors include the following.

MUS:1000First-Year Seminar1
MUS:1001Group Piano I: Non-Music Majors1
MUS:1002Group Piano II: Non-Music Majors1
MUS:1007Garage Band: The Basics2
MUS:1009Jazz Cultures in America and Abroad3
MUS:1010Recital Attendance for Non-Majors1
MUS:1012Creativity in Music3
MUS:1020Performance Instruction for Nonmajors (interested students should consult with the instructor of their instrument)1
MUS:1066Introduction to Film Music3
MUS:1100Fundamentals of Music for Non-Music Majors3
MUS:1301Concepts and Contexts of Western Music3
MUS:1302Great Musicians3
MUS:1303Roots, Rock, and Rap: A History of Popular Music3
MUS:1310World Music3
MUS:1720History of Jazz3
MUS:2005Issues in Popular Music: Women Who Rock3
MUS:2301History of Music I3
MUS:2302History of Music II3
MUS:2311Music of Latin America and the Caribbean3
MUS:3004World of the Beatles3
MUS:3006Popular Music in the United States3
MUS:3154Introduction to Afro-Cuban Drumming1
MUS:3850Introduction to Laban Movement Studies2-3

Music Courses: Topical Areas

The courses listed under "General Music Courses" below are especially appropriate for non-music majors, as are several listed under "Music History" below. For others, see "Courses for Nonmajors" above.

Non-music majors may participate in most School of Music ensembles; see "Ensembles" below.

General Music Courses

The following courses are especially appropriate for non-music majors.

Instruction in MUS:1020 Performance Instruction for Nonmajors consists of a half-hour lesson per week. The course is offered on a fee-per-course basis, in addition to tuition. Students register under separate section numbers for different instruments.

MUS:1000First-Year Seminar1
MUS:1001Group Piano I: Non-Music Majors1
MUS:1002Group Piano II: Non-Music Majors1
MUS:1007Garage Band: The Basics2
MUS:1008Jazz Masters3
MUS:1010Recital Attendance for Non-Majors1
MUS:1012Creativity in Music3
MUS:1020Performance Instruction for Nonmajors1
MUS:1066Introduction to Film Music3
MUS:1100Fundamentals of Music for Non-Music Majors3
MUS:1210Recital Attendance1
MUS:1301Concepts and Contexts of Western Music3
MUS:1302Great Musicians3
MUS:1303Roots, Rock, and Rap: A History of Popular Music3
MUS:1310World Music3
MUS:2005Issues in Popular Music: Women Who Rock3
MUS:2106Improvisation for Classical Musicians3
MUS:2160Drumline Techniques1
MUS:2311Music of Latin America and the Caribbean3
MUS:3004World of the Beatles3
MUS:3006Popular Music in the United States3
MUS:3154Introduction to Afro-Cuban Drumming1
MUS:3800Reed Class1
MUS:3850Introduction to Laban Movement Studies2-3
MUS:3851Introduction to the Alexander Technique3

Applied Music

Instruction in applied music consists of individual and/or class lessons, at the instructor's option, for a minimum of one hour per week (students register for 2 s.h.), or one half-hour per week (students register for 1 s.h.). Music majors are required to attend weekly performance and pedagogy seminars in applied music. Courses are offered on a fee-per-course basis, in addition to tuition, and may be repeated.

Guitar instruction is offered only at the lower level. Enrollment in MUS:2038 Lower Level Jazz Guitar is limited to three Bachelor of Arts students. Students may not enroll in the Bachelor of Music program with guitar as their major instrument.

MUS:2020Lower Level Voicearr.
MUS:2021Lower Level Pianoarr.
MUS:2022Lower Level Organarr.
MUS:2023Lower Level Violinarr.
MUS:2024Lower Level Violaarr.
MUS:2025Lower Level Celloarr.
MUS:2026Lower Level String Bassarr.
MUS:2027Lower Level Flutearr.
MUS:2028Lower Level Oboearr.
MUS:2029Lower Level Clarinetarr.
MUS:2030Lower Level Bassoonarr.
MUS:2031Lower Level Saxophonearr.
MUS:2032Lower Level Hornarr.
MUS:2033Lower Level Trumpetarr.
MUS:2034Lower Level Trombonearr.
MUS:2035Lower Level Euphoniumarr.
MUS:2036Lower Level Tubaarr.
MUS:2037Lower Level Percussionarr.
MUS:2038Lower Level Jazz Guitar1
MUS:3020Upper Level Voicearr.
MUS:3021Upper Level Pianoarr.
MUS:3022Upper Level Organarr.
MUS:3023Upper Level Violinarr.
MUS:3024Upper Level Violaarr.
MUS:3025Upper Level Celloarr.
MUS:3026Upper Level String Bassarr.
MUS:3027Upper Level Flutearr.
MUS:3028Upper Level Oboearr.
MUS:3029Upper Level Clarinetarr.
MUS:3030Upper Level Bassoonarr.
MUS:3031Upper Level Saxophonearr.
MUS:3032Upper Level Hornarr.
MUS:3033Upper Level Trumpetarr.
MUS:3034Upper Level Trombonearr.
MUS:3035Upper Level Euphoniumarr.
MUS:3036Upper Level Tubaarr.
MUS:3037Upper Level Percussionarr.
MUS:6020Major Voicearr.
MUS:6021Major Pianoarr.
MUS:6022Major Organarr.
MUS:6023Major Violinarr.
MUS:6024Major Violaarr.
MUS:6025Major Celloarr.
MUS:6026Major String Bassarr.
MUS:6027Major Flutearr.
MUS:6028Major Oboearr.
MUS:6029Major Clarinetarr.
MUS:6030Major Bassoonarr.
MUS:6031Major Saxophonearr.
MUS:6032Major Hornarr.
MUS:6033Major Trumpetarr.
MUS:6034Major Trombonearr.
MUS:6035Major Euphoniumarr.
MUS:6036Major Tubaarr.
MUS:6037Major Percussionarr.

Applied Music: Secondary Instruction for Majors

Instruction consists of one half-hour lesson per week. Courses are offered on a fee-per-course basis, in addition to tuition, and may be repeated.

MUS:1120Undergraduate Secondary Performance - Voice1
MUS:1121Undergraduate Secondary Performance - Piano1
MUS:1122Undergraduate Secondary Performance - Organ1
MUS:1123Secondary Performance - Violin1
MUS:1124Secondary Performance - Viola1
MUS:1125Secondary Performance - Cello1
MUS:1126Secondary Performance - String Bass1
MUS:1127Secondary Performance - Flute1
MUS:1128Secondary Performance - Oboe1
MUS:1129Secondary Performance - Clarinet1
MUS:1130Secondary Performance - Bassoon1
MUS:1131Secondary Performance - Saxophone1
MUS:1132Secondary Performance - Horn1
MUS:1133Secondary Performance - Trumpet1
MUS:1134Secondary Performance - Trombone1
MUS:1135Secondary Performance - Euphonium1
MUS:1136Secondary Performance - Tuba1
MUS:1137Secondary Performance - Percussion1
MUS:1139Secondary Performance - Composition1
MUS:5020Graduate Secondary Performance - Voice1
MUS:5021Graduate Secondary Performance - Piano1

Choral Literature

MUS:6561Seminar: Choral Literature and Analysis I1-3
MUS:6562Seminar: Choral Literature and Analysis II1-3
MUS:6563Seminar: Choral Literature and Analysis III1-3
MUS:6564Seminar: Choral Literature and Analysis IV1-3

Composition

MUS:2220Compositionarr.
MUS:3230Composition Seminar0-1
MUS:4220Orchestration2
MUS:4250Composition: Electronic Media I3
MUS:4250Composition: Electronic Media I3
MUS:4251Composition: Electronic Media II3
MUS:5220Advanced Compositionarr.

Conducting

Also see MUS:3635 Instrumental ConductingMUS:3640 Choral Methods, and MUS:3645 Choral Conducting and Literature under "Music Education" below.

MUS:3625Techniques of Conducting2
MUS:6579Orchestral Conducting Lab2
MUS:6580Advanced Orchestral Conducting2
MUS:6581Advanced Choral Conducting I1-3
MUS:6582Advanced Choral Conducting II1-3
MUS:6583Advanced Choral Conducting III1-3
MUS:6584Advanced Choral Conducting IV1-3
MUS:6585Score Reading1
MUS:6586Orchestral Literature2
MUS:6590Seminar in Advanced Band Literature and Band Historyarr.

Ensembles

Enrollment requires consent of instructor. Courses may be repeated.

MUS:1160University Band1
MUS:1165Hawkeye Marching Band1
MUS:1166Large Pep Band1
MUS:1176Women's Chorale1
MUS:1180All-University String Orchestra1
MUS:3150Percussion Ensemble/Steel Bandarr.
MUS:3151Percussion Chamber Ensemble1
MUS:3160Symphony Band/Concert Band1
MUS:3163Intermediate Steel Band1
MUS:3170Kantorei1
MUS:3172Camerata Singers1
MUS:3174University Choir1
MUS:3180Orchestra1
MUS:3182Chamber Orchestra1
MUS:3190Center for New Music Ensemble0-1
MUS:3480Piano Accompanimentarr.
MUS:3481Piano Chamber Musicarr.
MUS:3482String Chamber Musicarr.
MUS:3485Wind Chamber Musicarr.

Jazz Studies

MUS:1009Jazz Cultures in America and Abroad3
MUS:1711Jazz Rhythms and Interpretation1
MUS:1720History of Jazz3
MUS:2014Giants of Jazz: Miles, Trane, and Duke3
MUS:3001Introduction to Improvisation3
MUS:3710Intermediate Jazz Improvisation2
MUS:3730Jazz Band1
MUS:3740Small Jazz Ensembles1
MUS:3750Jazz Theory3
MUS:3760Jazz Band Techniques1
MUS:4710Advanced Jazz Improvisation2
MUS:4750Transcription2
MUS:4760Jazz Composition and Arranging2

Music Education

The College of Education offers additional music education courses; see Teaching and Learning in the Catalog for listings and descriptions. Some courses are cross-listed with both departments, one for the School of Music and the other for the College of Education. Students preparing for music teacher licensure should register under the education number.

Also see MUS:3760 Jazz Band Techniques under "Jazz Studies" above.

MUS:3600Undergraduate Music Education Workshop1
MUS:3601Undergraduate Music Education Workshop II1
MUS:3605Instrumental Techniques2
MUS:3635Instrumental Conducting3
MUS:3640Choral Methods3
MUS:3645Choral Conducting and Literature3
MUS:3659Class Strings1
MUS:3664Introduction to Wind and Percussion Instruments2
MUS:3665Arranging for Band2
MUS:3666Marching Band Techniques1
MUS:5600Graduate Music Education Workshop1
MUS:5601Graduate Music Education Workshop II1

Music History

MUS:6326 Renaissance Music Notations and MUS:6350 Music 1945-Present deal with periods and special topics in music history. They are offered about every two years. All of them have as prerequisites MUS:5301 Advanced History and Literature of Music I and MUS:5302 Advanced History and Literature of Music II, or the equivalents, or consent of instructor.

Several courses in music history are appropriate for non-music majors. Other music history courses appropriate for nonmajors are listed under "General Music Courses" above. 

MUS:2301History of Music I3
MUS:2302History of Music II3
MUS:3486Bach Performance Seminar1
MUS:5300Introduction to Graduate Study in Music2
MUS:5301Advanced History and Literature of Music I3
MUS:5302Advanced History and Literature of Music II3
MUS:5310Introduction to Musicology1-3
MUS:6300Musicology Colloquium0
MUS:6310Seminar in Musicology3
MUS:6314Topics in Ethnomusicology3
MUS:6315Foundations of Ethnomusicology3
MUS:6325Renaissance Music3
MUS:6326Renaissance Music Notations3
MUS:6330Seventeenth-Century Music3
MUS:6335Eighteenth-Century Music3
MUS:6340Nineteenth-Century Music3
MUS:6345Music 1900-19453
MUS:6350Music 1945-Present3
MUS:6355American Music3
MUS:6375Music Editing3
MUS:7380Readings in Music Historyarr.

Music and Technology

Also see MUS:4250 Composition: Electronic Media I and MUS:4251 Composition: Electronic Media II under "Composition" above.

MUS:3410Fundamentals of Piano Technology1
MUS:3780Audio Recording I3
MUS:3781Audio Recording II3

Music Therapy

MUS:1687Orientation to Music Therapy2
MUS:2671Music Foundations in Therapy I2
MUS:2672Music Foundations in Therapy II1-2
MUS:3675Music Therapy Practicum1-2
MUS:3676Percussion Experience for Teachers and Therapistsarr.
MUS:3680Music in Special Education2-3
MUS:3690Music Therapy with Adults3
MUS:4630Psychology of Music2-3
MUS:4670Internship in Music Therapyarr.
MUS:4675Senior Project in Music Therapy1
MUS:4685Music Therapy with Children3
MUS:6670Graduate Music Therapy Practicumarr.
MUS:6675Research in Music Therapy - Graduate1
MUS:6680College Teaching and Clinic Supervision in Music Therapy1-2
MUS:6685Theory and Research in Music Therapy1
MUS:6690Special Studies in Music Therapy1-3

Orchestra and Band Instruments

MUS:3140Audition Repertoire1
MUS:3483Baroque Seminar for Strings1
MUS:5101Advanced Woodwind Pedagogy and Literature I2
MUS:5102Advanced Woodwind Pedagogy and Literature II3
MUS:5111Advanced Brass Pedagogy and Literature I2
MUS:5112Advanced Brass Pedagogy and Literature II2
MUS:5115Advanced Brass Ensemble Literature2
MUS:5121Advanced String Methods and Literature I2
MUS:5122Advanced String Methods and Literature II2
MUS:5130Advanced Percussion Pedagogy and Literature2
MUS:6150Seminar in Performance and Pedagogy Research I1
MUS:7132Seminar in Performance and Pedagogy Research II1

Organ and Sacred Music

MUS:4450Organ Literature Survey2
MUS:4452Liturgics2
MUS:4454Service Playing and Improvisation2
MUS:5450History of Organ Building and Design2-3
MUS:5452Organ Pedagogy2
MUS:5465Hymnology1-2
MUS:5475Organ Literature Special Topics2

Piano

MUS:1211Group Instruction in Piano I1
MUS:1212Group Instruction in Piano II1
MUS:2213Group Instruction in Piano III1
MUS:3400Methods of Teaching Piano2
MUS:5400Piano Pedagogy I2
MUS:5401Piano Pedagogy II2
MUS:5410Piano Literature I2
MUS:5411Piano Literature II2
MUS:7400Special Studies Piano Literaturearr.
MUS:7401Special Studies in Piano Accompaniment and Chamber Musicarr.

Recital and Thesis

MUS:3990Special Studiesarr.
MUS:4900Senior Recital1
MUS:4910Bachelor's Thesis0-1
MUS:4995Honors in Music1-4
MUS:6900M.A. Recitalarr.
MUS:6910M.F.A. Thesisarr.
MUS:6920M.A. Performance Projectarr.
MUS:6950M.A. Thesisarr.
MUS:7900D.M.A. Recitalarr.
MUS:7950Ph.D. Thesisarr.
MUS:7960Composition Ph.D. Thesisarr.
MUS:7970D.M.A. Essayarr.

Theory

MUS:1200Fundamentals of Music for Majors3
MUS:1201Musicianship and Theory I4
MUS:1202Musicianship and Theory II4
MUS:2203Musicianship and Theory III4
MUS:2204Musicianship and Theory IV4
MUS:2206Form and Analysis3
MUS:4200Counterpoint Before 16003
MUS:4201Counterpoint After 16003
MUS:4210Keyboard Harmony1-2
MUS:5200Basic Analytical Techniques3
MUS:5235Tonal Analysis3
MUS:5236Post-Tonal Analysis3
MUS:5240Special Topics in Theory and Analysis3
MUS:6200Music Theory Colloquium0
MUS:6210History of Music Theory I3
MUS:6211History of Music Theory II3
MUS:6215Music Theory Pedagogy3
MUS:6250Advanced Tonal Theory and Analysis3
MUS:6251Advanced Post-Tonal Theory and Analysis3
MUS:7280Readings in Music Theory0-1

Voice and Opera

MUS:1510Diction for Singers I2
MUS:2510Diction for Singers II2
MUS:3500Opera Workshop2
MUS:3501Opera Theater Chorus1
MUS:3502Opera Production2-4
MUS:3503Vocal/Operatic Coaching1
MUS:3410Fundamentals of Piano Technology1
MUS:3511Interpretation of Non-German Art Song1
MUS:3520Singing for Actors and Dancers2
MUS:3521Acting for Singers and for Dancers2
MUS:5510Graduate Diction2
MUS:5520Principles of Voice Production3
MUS:5555Voice Habilitation2-3
MUS:6520Methods of Teaching Voice3
MUS:6525Voice for Performers2
MUS:6530Topics in Vocal Performance2
MUS:6535Opera Theater Directing Seminararr.
MUS:6540Survey of Operatic Literature3
MUS:6541Survey of Song Literature I3
MUS:6542Survey of Song Literature II3
MUS:6556Instrumentation for Voice Analysis2

The new Voxman Music Building, expected to be completed in 2016, is currently under construction. The building will include classrooms, teaching studios, library, faculty and administrative offices, recital spaces, and the replacement of a 700-seat recital and organ hall.

Center for New Music

The Center for New Music is a vital component of the School of Music's composition program. Since its founding in 1966, the center has been both laboratory and showcase for late-20th and 21st-century music. It presents at least four concerts of contemporary works each academic season. It also provides a forum for visiting composers and other creative artists, bringing new music to a variety of outreach venues. Audition, rehearsal, and programming information is available on the Center for New Music website.

Rita Benton Music Library

The Rita Benton Music Library is located on the first floor of the Voxman Music Building. The Music Library holds more than 90,000 scores, including chamber music sets; 60,000 books, including bound journals; 3,500 microforms, chiefly manuscripts and early printed books; and 44,000 media items in all formats. It maintains subscriptions to about 300 journals. The Arthur and Miriam Canter Rare Book Room holds over 3,000 rare books and scores and has particular strengths in 18th- and 19th- century music theory treatises and instrumental methods, and an outstanding collection of keyboard and chamber music of Ignaz Pleyel. Additional music collections of note are housed in Special Collections & University Archives, including the Goldman Band Collection; the University of Iowa’s Center for New Music papers; and papers of composers Philip Greeley Clapp, William Hibbard, and Donald Martin Jenni.

The Library’s online subscriptions include research tools such as Grove Music Online, RILM, RIPM, RISM, Music Index, IIMP, and the Oxford Music Bibliographies. Streaming media resources include Naxos Music Jazz and Video Libraries, Met Opera on Demand for Students, Classical Music Library, Opera in Video, Smithsonian Global Sound, and DRAM.

Materials circulate to University of Iowa faculty and students and to institutions that have reciprocal agreements with the University. Individuals not affiliated with the University may qualify for borrower’s permits.

For a list of topical area for music courses, see "Music Courses: Topical Areas" under Overview in this section of the Catalog.

Several School of Music courses are especially appropriate for non-music majors. Some are approved for General Education; look for them (prefix MUS) under "Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts" in the General Education Program section of the Catalog.

Applied music instruction consists of individual and/or class lessons, at the instructor's option, for a minimum of one hour per week (students register for 2 s.h.), or one half-hour per week (students register for 1 s.h.). Music majors are required to attend weekly performance and pedagogy seminars in applied music. Courses are offered on a fee-per-course basis, in addition to tuition, and may be repeated.

Music Courses

MUS:1000 First-Year Seminar1 s.h.

An aspect of performance, creativity, musical literature, or scholarship; seminar format with classroom participation, papers, projects, other assignments; may require attendance at lectures, rehearsals, or performances. Requirements: first- or second-semester standing.

MUS:1001 Group Piano I: Non-Music Majors1 s.h.

Reading, technical study, chording, playing by ear, improvisation; for beginners. Requirements: non-music major. GE: Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts.

MUS:1002 Group Piano II: Non-Music Majors1 s.h.

Continuation of MUS:1001. Requirements: non-music major.

MUS:1007 Garage Band: The Basics2 s.h.

Application of GarageBand software (Mac platform) using midi keyboards; composition and music theory for projects using drag-and-drop looping, multitrack recording, sound effects, mixing, importing music for composition. GE: Engineering Be Creative.

MUS:1008 Jazz Masters3 s.h.

Major 20th-century jazz leaders of varied styles and recordings; developments between 1917 and present.

MUS:1009 Jazz Cultures in America and Abroad3 s.h.

How to listen to jazz and recognize a variety of processes that are taking place in performances and recordings; historical, social, and political issues, including race and gender; the unique blend of jazz of a particular region; attendance at live performances, meet and interview musicians, critics, and educators. GE: Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts; Values, Society, and Diversity.

MUS:1010 Recital Attendance for Non-Majors1 s.h.

Musical experience through student, faculty recitals.

MUS:1012 Creativity in Music3 s.h.

Where does music come from? When, why, and how did people first start making music? How do music creators turn raw inspiration into finished pieces? How do improvisers create music on the spot? Can anyone create music or is that something only for composers? Development of music creation from long ago to present day; presentations by guest composers and performers who will demonstrate how they compose or improvise their music. GE: Engineering Be Creative; Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts.

MUS:1020 Performance Instruction for Nonmajors1 s.h.

Bassoon, cello, clarinet, euphonium, flute, horn, oboe, organ, percussion, piano, saxophone, string bass, trombone, trumpet, tuba, viola, violin, or voice. Requirements: non-music major. GE: Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts.

MUS:1066 Introduction to Film Music3 s.h.

Major styles and composers of film music from early 20th century to the present; focus on case studies to understand different roles music can play in cinema; opportunities to employ critical thinking and listening skills to analyze particular films or key scenes. GE: Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts.

MUS:1100 Fundamentals of Music for Non-Music Majors3 s.h.

Notation of pitch and rhythm, intervals, scales, key signatures, triads, and seventh chords. Requirements: non-music major.

MUS:1120 Undergraduate Secondary Performance - Voice1 s.h.

Requirements: music major.

MUS:1121 Undergraduate Secondary Performance - Piano1 s.h.

Requirements: music major.

MUS:1122 Undergraduate Secondary Performance - Organ1 s.h.

Seminar and lessons arranged. Requirements: music major.

MUS:1123 Secondary Performance - Violin1 s.h.

MUS:1124 Secondary Performance - Viola1 s.h.

MUS:1125 Secondary Performance - Cello1 s.h.

MUS:1126 Secondary Performance - String Bass1 s.h.

MUS:1127 Secondary Performance - Flute1 s.h.

MUS:1128 Secondary Performance - Oboe1 s.h.

MUS:1129 Secondary Performance - Clarinet1 s.h.

MUS:1130 Secondary Performance - Bassoon1 s.h.

MUS:1131 Secondary Performance - Saxophone1 s.h.

MUS:1132 Secondary Performance - Horn1 s.h.

MUS:1133 Secondary Performance - Trumpet1 s.h.

MUS:1134 Secondary Performance - Trombone1 s.h.

MUS:1135 Secondary Performance - Euphonium1 s.h.

MUS:1136 Secondary Performance - Tuba1 s.h.

MUS:1137 Secondary Performance - Percussion1 s.h.

MUS:1139 Secondary Performance - Composition1 s.h.

Individual lessons for non-composition majors that help to prepare a portfolio for entrance into the composition area. Corequisites: MUS:1201 and MUS:1202 and MUS:2203 and MUS:2204.

MUS:1160 University Band1 s.h.

Participation in University Band.

MUS:1165 Hawkeye Marching Band1 s.h.

Offered fall semesters.

MUS:1166 Large Pep Band1 s.h.

Performing ensemble for basketball games and wrestling meets. Requirements: membership by audition.

MUS:1176 Women's Chorale1 s.h.

MUS:1180 All-University String Orchestra1 s.h.

Repertoire, rehearsal pacing, and performance expectation geared to general students. Open to all UI students with no audition.

MUS:1200 Fundamentals of Music for Majors3 s.h.

Rudiments of music--notation of pitch and rhythm, meter, scales, keys, intervals, triads; first of a five-semester sequence.

MUS:1201 Musicianship and Theory I4 s.h.

Principles of harmony; emphasis on aural skills, theoretical concepts, notation. Offered fall semesters. Requirements: MUS:1200 or successful completion of music theory diagnostic exam, and concurrent enrollment in MUS:1211 or successful completion of piano proficiency exam.

MUS:1202 Musicianship and Theory II4 s.h.

Continuation of MUS:1201. Offered spring semesters. Prerequisites: MUS:1201. Requirements: MUS:1212 or successful completion of piano proficiency exam.

MUS:1210 Recital Attendance1 s.h.

Requirements: music major.

MUS:1211 Group Instruction in Piano I1 s.h.

Beginning instruction for music majors whose principal performing medium is voice or an orchestral or band instrument; skill development in sight reading, technique, harmonization, transposition, improvisation, simple literature. Corequisites: MUS:1201. Requirements: music major.

MUS:1212 Group Instruction in Piano II1 s.h.

Elementary to early intermediate instruction for music majors whose principal performing medium is voice or an orchestral or band instrument; continued skill development begun in MUS:1211; introduction of easy solo and ensemble literature. Corequisites: MUS:1202. Requirements: MUS:1211 or successful completion of proficiency examination.

MUS:1301 Concepts and Contexts of Western Music3 s.h.

Ideas, social and historical contexts, emergence of genres and styles, diverse performing traditions in music making of Europe and North America. Recommendations: non-music major. GE: Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts.

MUS:1302 Great Musicians3 s.h.

Lives and works of important composers, performers. Recommendations: non-music major. GE: Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts.

MUS:1303 Roots, Rock, and Rap: A History of Popular Music3 s.h.

Historical narrative of popular music; focus on understanding and analyzing music of past and present in relation to major issues central to popular culture and society; production, dissemination, and reception of popular music; interpretation of ways in which music forms individual and collective identities and how contemporary musical experiences are shaped by historical processes. GE: Historical Perspectives.

MUS:1310 World Music3 s.h.

Varied perspectives on the relationship of music and culture, drawing from musical cultures around the world. GE: Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts.

MUS:1510 Diction for Singers I2 s.h.

Italian and German pronunciation for singing; basics of international phonetic alphabet; no previous background required.

MUS:1687 Orientation to Music Therapy2 s.h.

Theory, practice; typical clients and places of employment in music therapy.

MUS:1711 Jazz Rhythms and Interpretation1 s.h.

Methods for sight-reading and interpreting jazz notation. Requirements: music major or audition.

MUS:1720 History of Jazz3 s.h.

Major 20th-century styles, artists, seminal works, and recordings; developments between 1917 and 1972. GE: Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts; Values, Society, and Diversity.

MUS:2005 Issues in Popular Music: Women Who Rock3 s.h.

History of popular female musicians and the influence of their lyrics, music, and performances on American and British cultures; how women's musical careers have been influenced by civil rights, the British invasion (Beatles, Rolling Stones), second-wave feminism, postfeminism, Vietnam, counterculture, social injustice, music education, rock festivals, charity concerts. GE: Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts.

MUS:2014 Giants of Jazz: Miles, Trane, and Duke3 s.h.

Miles Davis, John Coltrane and Duke Ellington as figureheads of the Jazz music style; how they changed the trajectory of modern music along with sidemen (B. Strayhorn and H. Hancock); Ellington's resolute defiance of stereotypical views of African Americans; Miles' brazen protests against civil injustices; how these icons are much more than mere musicians; cultural impact of landmark albums including "Kind of Blue," "A Love Supreme," and "The Birth of the Cool"; focus on their life, music and sociopolitical impact. Same as AFAM:2014.

MUS:2020 Lower Level Voicearr.

Applied lessons and guided instruction in performance, technique, musicality, pedagogy (teaching); weekly lessons; weekly performance/pedagogy seminar conducted in a master class format; student participation as performers, critics, and practice teachers with instructor guidance.

MUS:2021 Lower Level Pianoarr.

Applied lessons and guided instruction in performance, technique, musicality, pedagogy (teaching); weekly lessons; weekly performance/pedagogy seminar conducted in a master class format; student participation as performers, critics, and practice teachers with instructor guidance. Requirements: piano major or approval of the area following a successful audition.

MUS:2022 Lower Level Organarr.

Applied lessons and guided instruction in performance, technique, musicality, pedagogy (teaching); weekly lessons; weekly performance/pedagogy seminar conducted in a master class format; student participation as performers, critics, and practice teachers with instructor guidance.

MUS:2023 Lower Level Violinarr.

Applied lessons and guided instruction in performance, technique, musicality, pedagogy (teaching); weekly lessons; weekly performance/pedagogy seminar conducted in a master class format; student participation as performers, critics, and practice teachers with instructor guidance.

MUS:2024 Lower Level Violaarr.

Applied lessons and guided instruction in performance, technique, musicality, pedagogy (teaching); weekly lessons; weekly performance/pedagogy seminar conducted in a master class format; student participation as performers, critics, and practice teachers with instructor guidance.

MUS:2025 Lower Level Celloarr.

Applied lessons and guided instruction in performance, technique, musicality, pedagogy (teaching); weekly lessons; weekly performance/pedagogy seminar conducted in a master class format; student participation as performers, critics, and practice teachers with instructor guidance.

MUS:2026 Lower Level String Bassarr.

Applied lessons and guided instruction in performance, technique, musicality, pedagogy (teaching); weekly lessons; weekly performance/pedagogy seminar conducted in a master class format; student participation as performers, critics, and practice teachers with instructor guidance.

MUS:2027 Lower Level Flutearr.

Applied lessons and guided instruction in performance, technique, musicality, pedagogy (teaching); weekly lessons; weekly performance/pedagogy seminar conducted in a master class format; student participation as performers, critics, and practice teachers with instructor guidance.

MUS:2028 Lower Level Oboearr.

Applied lessons and guided instruction in performance, technique, musicality, pedagogy (teaching); weekly lessons; weekly performance/pedagogy seminar conducted in a master class format; student participation as performers, critics, and practice teachers with instructor guidance.

MUS:2029 Lower Level Clarinetarr.

Applied lessons and guided instruction in performance, technique, musicality, pedagogy (teaching); weekly lessons; weekly performance/pedagogy seminar conducted in a master class format; student participation as performers, critics, and practice teachers with instructor guidance.

MUS:2030 Lower Level Bassoonarr.

Applied lessons and guided instruction in performance, technique, musicality, pedagogy (teaching); weekly lessons; weekly performance/pedagogy seminar conducted in a master class format; student participation as performers, critics, and practice teachers with instructor guidance.

MUS:2031 Lower Level Saxophonearr.

Applied lessons and guided instruction in performance, technique, musicality, pedagogy (teaching); weekly lessons; weekly performance/pedagogy seminar conducted in a master class format; student participation as performers, critics, and practice teachers with instructor guidance.

MUS:2032 Lower Level Hornarr.

Applied lessons and guided instruction in performance, technique, musicality, pedagogy (teaching); weekly lessons; weekly performance/pedagogy seminar conducted in a master class format; student participation as performers, critics, and practice teachers with instructor guidance.

MUS:2033 Lower Level Trumpetarr.

Applied lessons and guided instruction in performance, technique, musicality, pedagogy (teaching); weekly lessons; weekly performance/pedagogy seminar conducted in a master class format; student participation as performers, critics, and practice teachers with instructor guidance.

MUS:2034 Lower Level Trombonearr.

Applied lessons and guided instruction in performance, technique, musicality, pedagogy (teaching); weekly lessons; weekly performance/pedagogy seminar conducted in a master class format; student participation as performers, critics, and practice teachers with instructor guidance.

MUS:2035 Lower Level Euphoniumarr.

Applied lessons and guided instruction in performance, technique, musicality, pedagogy (teaching); weekly lessons; weekly performance/pedagogy seminar conducted in a master class format; student participation as performers, critics, and practice teachers with instructor guidance.

MUS:2036 Lower Level Tubaarr.

Applied lessons and guided instruction in performance, technique, musicality, pedagogy (teaching); weekly lessons; weekly performance/pedagogy seminar conducted in a master class format; student participation as performers, critics, and practice teachers with instructor guidance.

MUS:2037 Lower Level Percussionarr.

Applied lessons and guided instruction in performance, technique, musicality, pedagogy (teaching); weekly lessons; weekly performance/pedagogy seminar conducted in a master class format; student participation as performers, critics, and practice teachers with instructor guidance.

MUS:2038 Lower Level Jazz Guitar1 s.h.

Requirements: audition required.

MUS:2106 Improvisation for Classical Musicians3 s.h.

Theory and practice in beginning nonjazz improvisation; development of aural and rhythmic skills, creation of rhythms and melodies, use of timbres and extended techniques in expression, development of instrumental technique for improvisation, practical understanding of harmony and form, experience in solo and accompaniment roles, creation of short pieces as vehicles for improvisation. Requirements: one year of music theory.

MUS:2160 Drumline Techniques1 s.h.

Training and experience in contemporary marching percussion and rudimental drumming techniques.

MUS:2203 Musicianship and Theory III4 s.h.

Continuation of MUS:1201 and MUS:1202; focus on common-practice repertory. Offered fall semesters. Prerequisites: MUS:1202.

MUS:2204 Musicianship and Theory IV4 s.h.

Continuation of MUS:1201, MUS:1202, and MUS:2203; focus on late 19th- and early 20th-century repertories. Offered spring semesters. Prerequisites: MUS:2203.

MUS:2206 Form and Analysis3 s.h.

Analysis of musical forms and procedures, including 18th- and 19th-century tonal repertoires. Prerequisites: MUS:2204. Requirements: undergraduate standing.

MUS:2213 Group Instruction in Piano III1 s.h.

Varies by semester: skills for the music therapy profession, sight-reading, harmonization, transposition, reading from a fake book, and improvisation (fall); skills for the music education profession, sight-reading, harmonization, transposition, score, and hymn reading (spring). Requirements: music therapy, music education, or piano major.

MUS:2220 Compositionarr.

Individual lessons with a composition faculty member. Corequisites: MUS:3230. Requirements: admission to B.M. composition concentration.

MUS:2301 History of Music I3 s.h.

Requirements: MUS:1202 and MUS:2203 for music majors. GE: Historical Perspectives; Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts.

MUS:2302 History of Music II3 s.h.

Requirements: MUS:1202 and MUS:2203 for music majors. GE: Historical Perspectives; Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts.

MUS:2311 Music of Latin America and the Caribbean3 s.h.

Folk and popular musical traditions and their social contexts in Latin America, the Caribbean; listening skills; video/film screenings. GE: Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts; Values, Society, and Diversity. Same as LAS:2311.

MUS:2510 Diction for Singers II2 s.h.

French and English pronunciation for singing. Prerequisites: MUS:1510.

MUS:2671 Music Foundations in Therapy I2 s.h.

Skill development on social instruments such as guitar, autoharp, piano; percussion, song-leading skills, and repertoire development for use in clinical music therapy sessions. Prerequisites: MUS:1687. Requirements: music therapy major.

MUS:2672 Music Foundations in Therapy II1-2 s.h.

Advanced skill development on guitar for use in clinical music therapy sessions; percussion techniques, and related skills used in therapeutic settings. Prerequisites: MUS:2671. Requirements: music therapy major.

MUS:2800 Digital Arts: An Introduction3 s.h.

Introduction to potential of integrating art with technology, providing a foundation of skills and concepts through hands-on experimentation; lectures and demonstrations will introduce key concepts and ideas as well as the history of digital arts; in labs, students will develop skills that will form a foundation for future investigation; work may include using an Arduino, programming, and developing an interface to control a software project; the final project will be shared with the public in some way; critical discourse, in the form of writing assignments, will allow for reflection and evaluation. GE: Engineering Be Creative. Same as ARTS:2800, CINE:2800, CS:2800, DANC:2800, THTR:2800.

MUS:3001 Introduction to Improvisation3 s.h.

Introduction to the practice of improvisation through performance of repertoire and the development of practicing strategies; exercises in melody, harmony, rhythm and transcription that together form an integrated approach to developing improvisations. Prerequisites: MUS:1201. Requirements: audition.

MUS:3004 World of the Beatles3 s.h.

How the Beatles' music was influenced by American pop music, the drug culture, and the Avant Garde, nonwestern instruments and philosophy, anti-war sentiments, and world politics, and so forth; Beatlemania's impact on British and American cultures and its role in opening Eastern Europe to the West. Same as DPA:3004.

MUS:3006 Popular Music in the United States3 s.h.

Popular music and culture in the United States from early 20th century to present; basic musical style and performance analysis, social meaning and use.

MUS:3020 Upper Level Voicearr.

Applied lessons and guided instruction in performance, technique, musicality, pedagogy (teaching); weekly lessons; weekly performance/pedagogy seminar conducted in a master class format; student participation as performers, critics, and practice teachers with instructor guidance.

MUS:3021 Upper Level Pianoarr.

Applied lessons and guided instruction in performance, technique, musicality, pedagogy (teaching); weekly lessons; weekly performance/pedagogy seminar conducted in a master class format; student participation as performers, critics, and practice teachers with instructor guidance. Requirements: piano major or approval following a successful audition.

MUS:3022 Upper Level Organarr.

Applied lessons and guided instruction in performance, technique, musicality, pedagogy (teaching); weekly lessons; weekly performance/pedagogy seminar conducted in a master class format; student participation as performers, critics, and practice teachers with instructor guidance.

MUS:3023 Upper Level Violinarr.

Applied lessons and guided instruction in performance, technique, musicality, pedagogy (teaching); weekly lessons; weekly performance/pedagogy seminar conducted in a master class format; student participation as performers, critics, and practice teachers with instructor guidance.

MUS:3024 Upper Level Violaarr.

Applied lessons and guided instruction in performance, technique, musicality, pedagogy (teaching); weekly lessons; weekly performance/pedagogy seminar conducted in a master class format; student participation as performers, critics, and practice teachers with instructor guidance.

MUS:3025 Upper Level Celloarr.

Applied lessons and guided instruction in performance, technique, musicality, pedagogy (teaching); weekly lessons; weekly performance/pedagogy seminar conducted in a master class format; student participation as performers, critics, and practice teachers with instructor guidance.

MUS:3026 Upper Level String Bassarr.

Applied lessons and guided instruction in performance, technique, musicality, pedagogy (teaching); weekly lessons; weekly performance/pedagogy seminar conducted in a master class format; student participation as performers, critics, and practice teachers with instructor guidance.

MUS:3027 Upper Level Flutearr.

Applied lessons and guided instruction in performance, technique, musicality, pedagogy (teaching); weekly lessons; weekly performance/pedagogy seminar conducted in a master class format; student participation as performers, critics, and practice teachers with instructor guidance.

MUS:3028 Upper Level Oboearr.

Applied lessons and guided instruction in performance, technique, musicality, pedagogy (teaching); weekly lessons; weekly performance/pedagogy seminar conducted in a master class format; student participation as performers, critics, and practice teachers with instructor guidance.

MUS:3029 Upper Level Clarinetarr.

Applied lessons and guided instruction in performance, technique, musicality, pedagogy (teaching); weekly lessons; weekly performance/pedagogy seminar conducted in a master class format; student participation as performers, critics, and practice teachers with instructor guidance.

MUS:3030 Upper Level Bassoonarr.

Applied lessons and guided instruction in performance, technique, musicality, pedagogy (teaching); weekly lessons; weekly performance/pedagogy seminar conducted in a master class format; student participation as performers, critics, and practice teachers with instructor guidance.

MUS:3031 Upper Level Saxophonearr.

Applied lessons and guided instruction in performance, technique, musicality, pedagogy (teaching); weekly lessons; weekly performance/pedagogy seminar conducted in a master class format; student participation as performers, critics, and practice teachers with instructor guidance.

MUS:3032 Upper Level Hornarr.

Applied lessons and guided instruction in performance, technique, musicality, pedagogy (teaching); weekly lessons; weekly performance/pedagogy seminar conducted in a master class format; student participation as performers, critics, and practice teachers with instructor guidance.

MUS:3033 Upper Level Trumpetarr.

Applied lessons and guided instruction in performance, technique, musicality, pedagogy (teaching); weekly lessons; weekly performance/pedagogy seminar conducted in a master class format; student participation as performers, critics, and practice teachers with instructor guidance.

MUS:3034 Upper Level Trombonearr.

Applied lessons and guided instruction in performance, technique, musicality, pedagogy (teaching); weekly lessons; weekly performance/pedagogy seminar conducted in a master class format; student participation as performers, critics, and practice teachers with instructor guidance.

MUS:3035 Upper Level Euphoniumarr.

Applied lessons and guided instruction in performance, technique, musicality, pedagogy (teaching); weekly lessons; weekly performance/pedagogy seminar conducted in a master class format; student participation as performers, critics, and practice teachers with instructor guidance.

MUS:3036 Upper Level Tubaarr.

Applied lessons and guided instruction in performance, technique, musicality, pedagogy (teaching); weekly lessons; weekly performance/pedagogy seminar conducted in a master class format; student participation as performers, critics, and practice teachers with instructor guidance.

MUS:3037 Upper Level Percussionarr.

Applied lessons and guided instruction in performance, technique, musicality, pedagogy (teaching); weekly lessons; weekly performance/pedagogy seminar conducted in a master class format; student participation as performers, critics, and practice teachers with instructor guidance.

MUS:3140 Audition Repertoire1 s.h.

Practicum on passages frequently requested at professional auditions.

MUS:3150 Percussion Ensemble/Steel Bandarr.

Range of styles and idioms, primarily written during the 20th and 21st centuries; historical or cultural aspects such as ancient rudimental drumming styles, ragtime, jazz, popular music, and music from Africa, the Caribbean, Brazil, Cuba, China.

MUS:3151 Percussion Chamber Ensemble1 s.h.

Advanced percussion ensemble experience to complement work in larger format percussion ensemble; preparation and performance of most important repertoire for percussion ensemble; new works brought to light in a small chamber group setting. Requirements: upper-level undergraduate or graduate percussion major.

MUS:3154 Introduction to Afro-Cuban Drumming1 s.h.

Drumming, dance, songs from folkloric and ceremonial Afro-Cuban forms; emphasis on drumming; may include participation in Afro-Cuban drum and dance ensemble. Same as DPA:3154.

MUS:3160 Symphony Band/Concert Band1 s.h.

Participation in Symphony Band or Concert Band. Requirements: (for concert band) membership by audition.

MUS:3162 All University Steel Band1-3 s.h.

Musical and cultural introduction to steel band music of Trinidad and other Caribbean musical styles, including calypso, soca, ska, and reggae.

MUS:3163 Intermediate Steel Band1 s.h.

Small group steel band experience for more advanced players with experience playing steel pans.

MUS:3170 Kantorei1 s.h.

MUS:3172 Camerata Singers1 s.h.

MUS:3174 University Choir1 s.h.

MUS:3180 Orchestra1 s.h.

MUS:3182 Chamber Orchestra1 s.h.

Requirements: upper-level undergraduate standing.

MUS:3190 Center for New Music Ensemble0-1 s.h.

Participation in the Center for New Music; focus on contemporary composition and performance, 20th- and 21st-century repertoire and styles.

MUS:3230 Composition Seminar0-1 s.h.

Corequisites: MUS:2220 and MUS:5220.

MUS:3240 Advanced Compositional Concepts and Techniques1-2 s.h.

Acquisition, development, and application of advanced techniques and concepts in composition; topics will vary, depending on faculty and student interests; topics may include algorithmic methods, interactive performance systems, sound diffusion/spatialization, tuning systems, mathematical group theory, signal processing, advanced coding, and study and compositional application of new digital technologies and software, as well as analog systems from the past 50 years. Prerequisites: MUS:2220 or MUS:5220.

MUS:3280 Spectral Nature of Sound: Acoustics, Analysis, and Resynthesis3 s.h.

Fourier, fast Fourier transform (FFT), and inverse FFT, including spectral analysis and processing in Max; for composers, performers, and music theorists interested in the nature of sounds and their manipulation.

MUS:3400 Methods of Teaching Piano2 s.h.

Methods, materials, and teaching techniques for preschool students, precollege students, and adult learners. Requirements: keyboard major.

MUS:3410 Fundamentals of Piano Technology1 s.h.

Offered spring semesters. Requirements: music major.

MUS:3480 Piano Accompanimentarr.

Collaborative arts techniques, methods, and history.

MUS:3481 Piano Chamber Musicarr.

Requirements: music major.

MUS:3482 String Chamber Musicarr.

MUS:3483 Baroque Seminar for Strings1 s.h.

Introduction to Baroque performance practices and techniques on period string instruments; ensembles. Requirements: enrollment in upper-level or graduate-level applied studies.

MUS:3485 Wind Chamber Musicarr.

Preparation, performance of representative literature; sections for woodwinds, brass, flute, clarinet, horn, saxophone, double reed, trumpet, trombone, brass choir, tuba/euphonium ensemble.

MUS:3486 Bach Performance Seminar1 s.h.

Performance practice and interpretation of J.S. Bach's music and late German Baroque period using modern instruments; differences between Baroque performance on period and modern instruments; concept of historically informed practice (HIP) and its application in performing Bach's masterpieces; master-class format culminating in a public recital of repertoire studied during semester.

MUS:3500 Opera Workshop2 s.h.

Opera performing techniques, including acting, aria interpretation, scene work. Requirements: vocal major or audition.

MUS:3501 Opera Theater Chorus1 s.h.

Requirements: audition.

MUS:3502 Opera Production2-4 s.h.

Preparation and rehearsals leading up to performance of full production; may include one-act opera, chamber opera, musical theater production, or full-length opera. Corequisites: MUS:3503. Requirements: audition.

MUS:3503 Vocal/Operatic Coaching1 s.h.

Professional-level vocal coaching in preparation for opera productions, opera workshop, degree recitals. Corequisites: MUS:3502.

MUS:3510 Interpretation of German Art Song1 s.h.

Schubert, Schumann, Brahms, Wolf, Strauss, Mahler; appropriate diction, style. Prerequisites: MUS:1510 and MUS:2510.

MUS:3511 Interpretation of Non-German Art Song1 s.h.

Art songs in English, French, Italian, Spanish; appropriate diction, style. Prerequisites: MUS:1510 and MUS:2510.

MUS:3520 Singing for Actors and Dancers2 s.h.

Skill development for healthy, effective singing in the musical theatre style; techniques of vocal production through breath management, resonance, articulation, flexibility; song interpretation and repertoire. Recommendations: for MUS:3520 -- concurrent registration in MUS:1020. Same as DANC:3130, THTR:3130.

MUS:3521 Acting for Singers and for Dancers2 s.h.

Fundamentals of acting technique, with attention to demands on performers in opera, musical theater, and dance. Same as DANC:3521, THTR:3521.

MUS:3600 Undergraduate Music Education Workshop1 s.h.

Topics vary; for inservice music teachers.

MUS:3601 Undergraduate Music Education Workshop II1 s.h.

Topics vary; for inservice music teachers.

MUS:3605 Instrumental Techniques2 s.h.

Same as EDTL:3605.

MUS:3625 Techniques of Conducting2 s.h.

Basic elements, score analysis.

MUS:3635 Instrumental Conducting3 s.h.

Advanced skills for instrumental conducting, score analysis, rehearsal techniques, literature selection. Prerequisites: MUS:3625. Same as EDTL:3635.

MUS:3640 Choral Methods3 s.h.

Organization, implementation of effective choral music programs for all ages. Same as EDTL:3640.

MUS:3645 Choral Conducting and Literature3 s.h.

Advanced skills appropriate to choral conducting, analysis, literature selection studied and implemented to develop a secure approach to choral art; students preparing to teach in the elementary or secondary schools must register under EDTL:3645. Prerequisites: EDTL:3640 and MUS:3625. Same as EDTL:3645.

MUS:3650 Instrumental Methods and Materials3 s.h.

Elementary and secondary instrumental music methods course required for K-12 music teacher certification. Same as EDTL:3650.

MUS:3659 Class Strings1 s.h.

String playing and basic principles of string pedagogy; for band and string students. Offered fall semesters for band; offered fall and spring semesters for string. Requirements: teacher education student in music.

MUS:3664 Introduction to Wind and Percussion Instruments2 s.h.

Survey of wind and percussion instruments; for music education string majors.

MUS:3665 Arranging for Band2-3 s.h.

Scoring and arranging techniques for concert, marching bands.

MUS:3666 Marching Band Techniques1 s.h.

Administration, show design. Offered fall semesters.

MUS:3675 Music Therapy Practicum1-2 s.h.

Supervised clinical training with adult clients and children in variety of health care and educational settings. Prerequisites: MUS:1687. Requirements: music therapy major.

MUS:3676 Percussion Experience for Teachers and Therapistsarr.

Hands-on learning experiences in percussion techniques used by music teachers, special education teachers, music therapists, or social workers; basics of hand drumming centering on West African djembe and Trinidadian steel band; skills necessary for interacting with students and clients in educational and clinical settings.

MUS:3680 Music in Special Education2-3 s.h.

Music methods and materials appropriate for students with disabilities in special educational settings; overview of individualized educational planning for students with disabilities. Requirements: music therapy or music education major.

MUS:3690 Music Therapy with Adults3 s.h.

Techniques, procedures for work with adult clients with disabilities. Prerequisites: MUS:1687. Requirements: music therapy major.

MUS:3710 Intermediate Jazz Improvisation2 s.h.

Improvisation in the jazz repertoire of standards, bebop, and major composers such as Thelonious Monk, Wayne Shorter; memorization and use of melodies, knowledge of chords to the thirteenth, chromatic harmony, development of rhythmic motifs/alteration, strategies for multiple chorus improvisations; separate section for drummers. Prerequisites: MUS:3750 and MUS:3001. Requirements: audition.

MUS:3730 Jazz Band1 s.h.

Jazz performance ensembles, rehearsals, and concerts on and off campus.

MUS:3740 Small Jazz Ensembles1 s.h.

Development of repertoire from standard jazz literature, arrangements and compositions by ensemble members; rehearsals (three hours per week) and performances on and off campus. Requirements: audition.

MUS:3750 Jazz Theory3 s.h.

Development of skills for interpreting melodies and chord symbols in mainstream practice of jazz harmony at the piano; application of scales, development of voice leading for jazz harmonies, reharmonization, and analysis. Requirements: MUS:1201 or audition.

MUS:3760 Jazz Band Techniques1 s.h.

Development of skills for sight-reading and interpreting notated jazz. Prerequisites: MUS:1711.

MUS:3780 Audio Recording I3 s.h.

Introduction to audio fundamentals, including basic acoustics and audio systems; survey of important equipment and practices, use of microphones and mixers; introduction to AVID's Pro Tools digital audio workstation; students with no background in audio production brought up to an operational proficiency level with basic recording systems; related technical topics develop an understanding of common equipment and conventional application in modern recording studio setting; recording techniques used in MUS:3781.

MUS:3781 Audio Recording II3 s.h.

Survey of Pro Tools; fundamental digital audio concepts applied to hands-on music recording and postproduction projects on digital audio workstations; Pro Tools 101 content with supplementary readings and recording sessions; operational knowledge of Pro Tools software and hardware configurations; basic processes of software-based digital audio recording through recording sessions and sample projects; development of functional understanding of postproduction concepts. Prerequisites: MUS:3780.

MUS:3800 Reed Class1 s.h.

Development of reed-making skills; focus on steps to complete reeds from tube cane to a finished reed; different ways of reed making; practical, pedagogical, and historical approaches; producing various reed styles. Requirements: music major.

MUS:3850 Introduction to Laban Movement Studies2-3 s.h.

Introduction to Bartenieff Fundamentals (BF) and Laban Movement Analysis (LMA) as methods of organizing and integrating movement to support artistic goals and expanding expressive range; BF teaches body awareness, breath support, developmental patterns, ergonomically-efficient alignment, balancing of muscular strength and stretch, and coordination; LMA teaches vocabulary of expressive movement and nonverbal communication, including effort (use of energy/dynamics for expression, stamina, stress relief) and shape (how posture and gesture communicate); quality of movement that supports individual goals in artistic expression, sound production, and wellness. Same as DANC:3850, DPA:3850, THTR:3850.

MUS:3851 Introduction to the Alexander Technique2-3 s.h.

The Alexander Technique and "self-use"—how movement choices affect results achieved; improvement of physical skills and presence; principles in support of performing arts (e.g., speaking, singing, playing an instrument, dancing, acting); application to skills in daily life, addressing underpinnings of movement; physical participation (e.g., lying down, rolling, sitting, standing, locomotion). Same as DANC:3851, DPA:3851, THTR:3851.

MUS:3990 Special Studiesarr.

MUS:4200 Counterpoint Before 16003 s.h.

Two- and three-part counterpoint; Renaissance polyphony. Requirements: MUS:2203 for undergraduates; MUS:5200 for graduate students or exemption by Graduate Advisory Exam.

MUS:4201 Counterpoint After 16003 s.h.

Two- and three-part writing in the style of J.S. Bach; fugue. Requirements: MUS:2204 for undergraduates; MUS:5200 or exemption on Graduate Advisory Exam for graduate students.

MUS:4210 Keyboard Harmony1-2 s.h.

Melody harmonization and figured-bass realization at the keyboard. Requirements: MUS:2204 for undergraduates; MUS:5200 or exemption by Graduate Advisory Exam for graduate students; and keyboard proficiency for all students.

MUS:4220 Orchestration2 s.h.

Instrumental capabilities and combinations in solo, chamber, and large ensemble literature; application in composition.

MUS:4250 Composition: Electronic Media I3 s.h.

Composition using analog, digital technology. Offered fall semesters.

MUS:4251 Composition: Electronic Media II3 s.h.

Advanced interactive techniques in composition in association with analog, digital technologies. Offered spring semesters.

MUS:4450 Organ Literature Survey2 s.h.

Fifteenth century to present. Requirements: advanced undergraduate or graduate standing.

MUS:4452 Liturgics2 s.h.

History of liturgies and survey of liturgical music from Judaism to present.

MUS:4454 Service Playing and Improvisation2 s.h.

Hymn playing, accompanying, basic improvisation techniques. Requirements: organ major.

MUS:4630 Psychology of Music2-3 s.h.

Cognition of music, affective response, aesthetic response, musical ability. Same as EDTL:4630.

MUS:4670 Internship in Music Therapyarr.

Clinical training under direction of board certified music therapist. Requirements: core music therapy requirements.

MUS:4675 Senior Project in Music Therapy1 s.h.

MUS:4685 Music Therapy with Children3 s.h.

Techniques, procedures for use in clinical, educational settings. Prerequisites: MUS:1687. Requirements: music therapy major.

MUS:4710 Advanced Jazz Improvisation2 s.h.

Builds on the skills learned in MUS:3710; contemporary techniques and styles used by current practitioners of improvisation; free improvisation, bitonal harmonies, through-composed forms, collective improvisation, nonwestern approaches. Prerequisites: MUS:3710 and MUS:3750. Requirements: audition.

MUS:4750 Transcription2 s.h.

Individual projects to transcribe improvisations, small ensemble arrangements, large ensemble arrangements, or nonwestern techniques; use of computer notation programs and midi-realizations. Prerequisites: MUS:3750 and MUS:3710.

MUS:4760 Jazz Composition and Arranging2 s.h.

Experience writing and arranging original jazz material for small and large ensembles, and presenting scores in computer notation; individual lessons. Prerequisites: MUS:3750.

MUS:4900 Senior Recital1 s.h.

MUS:4910 Bachelor's Thesis0-1 s.h.

MUS:4995 Honors in Music1-4 s.h.

Requirements: honors standing.

MUS:5020 Graduate Secondary Performance - Voice1 s.h.

Study of an instrument (or voice) in area other than major performance area; opportunity to continue performance skill development on secondary instruments.

MUS:5021 Graduate Secondary Performance - Piano1 s.h.

Study of an instrument (or voice) other than major performance area; opportunity to continue development of performance skills on secondary instruments. Requirements: graduate standing in music.

MUS:5101 Advanced Woodwind Pedagogy and Literature I2 s.h.

Saxophone and clarinet solo and study literature; integration of pedagogical topics.

MUS:5102 Advanced Woodwind Pedagogy and Literature II3 s.h.

Oboe, bassoon, and flute solo and study literature; integration of pedagogical topics.

MUS:5111 Advanced Brass Pedagogy and Literature I2 s.h.

Tuba, euphonium, and trombone literature; pedagogical topics.

MUS:5112 Advanced Brass Pedagogy and Literature II2 s.h.

Trumpet and horn literature; pedagogical topics.

MUS:5115 Advanced Brass Ensemble Literature2 s.h.

Brass chamber music literature, including mixed and like-instrument ensembles.

MUS:5121 Advanced String Methods and Literature I2 s.h.

Violin, viola, cello, and double bass solo and chamber music repertoire, pedagogical methods.

MUS:5122 Advanced String Methods and Literature II2 s.h.

Violin, viola, cello, and double bass solo and chamber music repertoire, pedagogical methods.

MUS:5130 Advanced Percussion Pedagogy and Literature2 s.h.

Percussion literature, styles, notation, performance techniques, composition; survey.

MUS:5200 Basic Analytical Techniques3 s.h.

Theories and strategies of analysis applied to tonal and post-tonal music.

MUS:5220 Advanced Compositionarr.

Corequisites: MUS:3230.

MUS:5235 Tonal Analysis3 s.h.

Requirements: MUS:5200 or exemption on Graduate Advisory Exam.

MUS:5236 Post-Tonal Analysis3 s.h.

Requirements: MUS:5200 or exemption on Graduate Advisory Examination.

MUS:5240 Special Topics in Theory and Analysis3 s.h.

Requirements: MUS:5200 or exemption on Graduate Advisory Exam for graduate students.

MUS:5300 Introduction to Graduate Study in Music2 s.h.

Music library; reference materials; bibliography; research problems, methods; writing research papers. Offered fall and spring semesters.

MUS:5301 Advanced History and Literature of Music I3 s.h.

History and style of Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque music (750-1750). Offered fall semesters.

MUS:5302 Advanced History and Literature of Music II3 s.h.

History and style of Classical, 19th-, 20th-, and 21st-century music (1750-present). Offered spring semesters.

MUS:5310 Introduction to Musicology1-3 s.h.

Methods, materials of research in historical musicology; field of musicology. Requirements: for 1 s.h. -- MUS:5300; for 3 s.h. -- concurrent enrollment in MUS:5300.

MUS:5400 Piano Pedagogy I2 s.h.

In-depth study of techniques and materials needed to teach intermediate and advanced piano students; judging competitions; conducting master classes; writing curriculum vitaes and cover letters in preparation for academic job searches.

MUS:5401 Piano Pedagogy II2 s.h.

History of the piano and its technique and pedagogy; national schools of piano playing; relationship of technological changes in piano construction to piano technique, pedagogy, and composition; major methods and treatises, historical recordings and video clips; research leading to understanding of students' individual piano lineage.

MUS:5410 Piano Literature I2 s.h.

Baroque era to Mozart or Chopin through 1900.

MUS:5411 Piano Literature II2 s.h.

Beethoven through Schumann or 20th century.

MUS:5450 History of Organ Building and Design2-3 s.h.

Development of organ design from Middle Ages to present; basic concepts of construction, maintenance.

MUS:5452 Organ Pedagogy2 s.h.

History, theory, practice from Renaissance to present; methods, literature appropriate for various levels.

MUS:5465 Hymnology1-2 s.h.

Survey of historic hymnody: ancient odes, Latin hymns, Reformation hymns and psalms; current developments in hymnody and hymnals; may be special topic study.

MUS:5475 Organ Literature Special Topics2 s.h.

Specialized study in selected areas of organ literature.

MUS:5510 Graduate Diction2 s.h.

Advanced pronunciation of singing languages. Requirements: grade of B or higher in undergraduate diction in French, German, and Italian.

MUS:5520 Principles of Voice Production3 s.h.

Basic physical, physiological, pedagogical principles in understanding professional, nonprofessional, impaired voice production; vocal anatomy, voice classification; control of loudness, pitch, register, quality; efficient, inefficient use of voice; instrumentation for voice analysis, synthesis. Offered fall semesters of odd years. Same as CSD:5201.

MUS:5555 Voice Habilitation2-3 s.h.

Application of methods of intervention in development, training, rehabilitation of vocal behavior; motor learning, efficacy of treatment strategies, factors affecting compliance with recommended therapy. Offered fall semesters. Same as CSD:5213.

MUS:5600 Graduate Music Education Workshop1 s.h.

For inservice music teachers; topics vary. Same as EDTL:5600.

MUS:5601 Graduate Music Education Workshop II1 s.h.

Varied topics; for inservice music teachers. Same as EDTL:5601.

MUS:6020 Major Voicearr.

MUS:6021 Major Pianoarr.

MUS:6022 Major Organarr.

MUS:6023 Major Violinarr.

MUS:6024 Major Violaarr.

MUS:6025 Major Celloarr.

MUS:6026 Major String Bassarr.

MUS:6027 Major Flutearr.

MUS:6028 Major Oboearr.

MUS:6029 Major Clarinetarr.

MUS:6030 Major Bassoonarr.

MUS:6031 Major Saxophonearr.

MUS:6032 Major Hornarr.

MUS:6033 Major Trumpetarr.

MUS:6034 Major Trombonearr.

MUS:6035 Major Euphoniumarr.

MUS:6036 Major Tubaarr.

MUS:6037 Major Percussionarr.

MUS:6120 Graduate Secondary Performance - Voice1 s.h.

MUS:6121 Graduate Secondary Performance - Piano1 s.h.

Required seminar and lessons to be arranged. Requirements: music majors only.

MUS:6122 Graduate Secondary Performance - Organ1 s.h.

Required seminar and lessons to be arranged. Requirements: music majors only.

MUS:6123 Graduate Secondary Performance - Violin1 s.h.

MUS:6124 Graduate Secondary Performance - Viola1 s.h.

Required seminar and lessons to be arranged. Requirements: music majors only.

MUS:6125 Graduate Secondary Performance - Cello1 s.h.

Required seminar and lessons to be arranged. Requirements: music majors only.

MUS:6126 Graduate Secondary Performance - String Bass1 s.h.

Required seminar and lessons to be arranged. Requirements: music majors only.

MUS:6127 Graduate Secondary Performance - Flute1 s.h.

Required seminar and lessons to be arranged. Requirements: music majors only.

MUS:6128 Graduate Secondary Performance - Oboe1 s.h.

Required seminar and lessons to be arranged. Requirements: music majors only.

MUS:6129 Graduate Secondary Performance - Clarinet1 s.h.

Required seminar and lessons to be arranged. Requirements: music majors only.

MUS:6130 Graduate Secondary Performance - Bassoon1 s.h.

Required seminar and lessons to be arranged. Requirements: music major.

MUS:6131 Graduate Secondary Performance - Saxophone1 s.h.

Required seminar and lessons to be arranged. Requirements: music majors only.

MUS:6132 Graduate Secondary Performance - Horn1 s.h.

Required seminar and lessons to be arranged. Requirements: music majors only.

MUS:6133 Graduate Secondary Performance - Trumpet1 s.h.

Required seminar and lessons to be arranged. Requirements: music majors only.

MUS:6134 Graduate Secondary Performance - Trombone1 s.h.

Required seminar and lessons to be arranged. Requirements: music majors only.

MUS:6135 Graduate Secondary Performance - Euphonium1 s.h.

Required seminar and lessons to be arranged. Requirements: music majors only.

MUS:6136 Graduate Secondary Performance - Tuba1 s.h.

Required seminar and lessons to be arranged. Requirements: music majors only.

MUS:6137 Graduate Secondary Performance - Percussion1 s.h.

Required seminar and lessons to be arranged. Requirements: music majors only.

MUS:6150 Seminar in Performance and Pedagogy Research I1 s.h.

Research in the student's area; selection of a research topic. Offered spring semesters.

MUS:6200 Music Theory Colloquium0 s.h.

MUS:6210 History of Music Theory I3 s.h.

Requirements: MUS:5200 or exemption on Graduate Advisory Exam.

MUS:6211 History of Music Theory II3 s.h.

Requirements: MUS:5200 or exemption by Graduate Advisory Exam.

MUS:6215 Music Theory Pedagogy3 s.h.

Methods and techniques of teaching college-level music theory, including harmony, sight singing, ear training. Corequisites: MUS:6200. Requirements: MUS:5200 or exemption by Graduate Advisory Exam.

MUS:6250 Advanced Tonal Theory and Analysis3 s.h.

Prerequisites: MUS:5235.

MUS:6251 Advanced Post-Tonal Theory and Analysis3 s.h.

Prerequisites: MUS:5236.

MUS:6300 Musicology Colloquium0 s.h.

MUS:6310 Seminar in Musicology3 s.h.

One or more selected areas of music history.

MUS:6314 Topics in Ethnomusicology3 s.h.

Perspectives on analysis and representation of selected musical cultures from around the world.

MUS:6315 Foundations of Ethnomusicology3 s.h.

Ethnomusicology in relation to domains of musical, humanistic, social science scholarship on expressive culture and artistic processes. Requirements: senior standing.

MUS:6325 Renaissance Music3 s.h.

Requirements: MUS:5301 or exemption by Graduate Advisory Exam.

MUS:6326 Renaissance Music Notations3 s.h.

Renaissance white notation, keyboard tablatures, musical paleography; transcription of early vocal, instrumental notations; editorial problems. Requirements: MUS:5301 or exemption by Graduate Advisory Exam.

MUS:6330 Seventeenth-Century Music3 s.h.

Requirements: MUS:5301 or exemption by Graduate Advisory Exam.

MUS:6335 Eighteenth-Century Music3 s.h.

Requirements: MUS:5302 or exemption by Graduate Advisory Exam.

MUS:6340 Nineteenth-Century Music3 s.h.

Requirements: MUS:5302 or exemption by Graduate Advisory Exam.

MUS:6345 Music 1900-19453 s.h.

Requirements: MUS:5302 or exemption by Graduate Advisory Exam.

MUS:6350 Music 1945-Present3 s.h.

Requirements: MUS:5302 or exemption by Graduate Advisory Exam.

MUS:6355 American Music3 s.h.

Requirements: MUS:5302 or exemption by Graduate Advisory Exam.

MUS:6375 Music Editing3 s.h.

Principles and methods of music editing; use of primary source materials, establishment of music text, preparation of critical apparatus; project to prepare a critical edition of music for publication. Requirements: MUS:5300 or appropriate transfer credit.

MUS:6520 Methods of Teaching Voice3 s.h.

Attitude, musicianship, foreign language aptitude, physical and emotional characteristics; mental images used to modify respiratory, phonatory, articulatory behavior; vocal hygiene; performance anxiety; student-teacher relationships; administration in vocal schools, professional organizations. Offered spring semesters. Same as CSD:6202.

MUS:6525 Voice for Performers2 s.h.

Comparison of Kinesthetic techniques for singing and acting voice; relaxation, posture, breathing, tone quality, diction, interpretation. Same as CSD:6204, THTR:6525.

MUS:6530 Topics in Vocal Performance2 s.h.

Selected areas of vocal performance.

MUS:6535 Opera Theater Directing Seminararr.

Exploration, discussion, and experience using techniques unique to directing opera. Score and libretto analysis, fundamentals of stagecraft, casting and management skills.

MUS:6540 Survey of Operatic Literature3 s.h.

Important operatic scores examined from standpoint of performers, directors; production problems.

MUS:6541 Survey of Song Literature I3 s.h.

German language lieder from 18th century to present; French mélodie from Meyerbeer to present. Offered fall semesters of odd years.

MUS:6542 Survey of Song Literature II3 s.h.

British, American, Italian, Spanish, Latin American, Scandinavian, and Russian art song from 18th century to present. Offered fall semesters of even years.

MUS:6556 Instrumentation for Voice Analysis2 s.h.

Glottographic, videostroboscopic, electromyographic, and acoustic analysis for assessment of vocal and respiratory function; using these techniques in conjunction with perceptual evaluation of voice; through the Vocology Institute in Utah. Offered summer sessions of even years. Requirements: enrollment in Summer Vocology Institute, Salt Lake City, Utah. Same as CSD:6221.

MUS:6561 Seminar: Choral Literature and Analysis I1-3 s.h.

Choral music of the Renaissance. Corequisites: MUS:6581.

MUS:6562 Seminar: Choral Literature and Analysis II1-3 s.h.

Choral music of the Baroque era. Corequisites: MUS:6582.

MUS:6563 Seminar: Choral Literature and Analysis III1-3 s.h.

Choral music of the Classical and Romantic eras. Corequisites: MUS:6583.

MUS:6564 Seminar: Choral Literature and Analysis IV1-3 s.h.

Choral music of the 20th and 21st centuries. Corequisites: MUS:6584.

MUS:6579 Orchestral Conducting Lab2 s.h.

Introduce, improve, and refine gestural skills, emphasizing score analysis; class discussions and laboratory orchestra experiences.

MUS:6580 Advanced Orchestral Conducting2 s.h.

MUS:6581 Advanced Choral Conducting I1-3 s.h.

Music of the Renaissance. Corequisites: MUS:6561.

MUS:6582 Advanced Choral Conducting II1-3 s.h.

Music of the Baroque era. Corequisites: MUS:6562.

MUS:6583 Advanced Choral Conducting III1-3 s.h.

Music of the Classical and Romantic eras. Corequisites: MUS:6563.

MUS:6584 Advanced Choral Conducting IV1-3 s.h.

Music of the 20th and 21st centuries. Corequisites: MUS:6564.

MUS:6585 Score Reading1 s.h.

MUS:6586 Orchestral Literature2 s.h.

MUS:6589 Advanced Wind Conducting1 s.h.

Advanced conducting technique, score study, and literature as related to symphonic band and chamber wind ensembles.

MUS:6590 Seminar in Advanced Band Literature and Band History1-2 s.h.

Band literature; history.

MUS:6670 Graduate Music Therapy Practicumarr.

Seminar, clinical field work. Requirements: undergraduate music therapy practicum.

MUS:6675 Research in Music Therapy - Graduate1 s.h.

Research methodology; foundation for subsequent semesters of research on capstone project in music therapy.

MUS:6680 College Teaching and Clinic Supervision in Music Therapy1-2 s.h.

Principles of college teaching, curriculum development, clinical supervision in music therapy.

MUS:6685 Theory and Research in Music Therapy1 s.h.

Historical background, current principles and practices associated with theories of music therapy, common uses with specific populations; research methodologies associated with testing; theories and clinical practices, assigned research publications; information covered over several semesters with each semester covering three to four common theories; seminar includes strengths and limitations of each theory and its place within clinical practice. Requirements: undergraduate core courses in music therapy.

MUS:6690 Special Studies in Music Therapy1-3 s.h.

Seminar. Requirements: music therapy or music education graduate standing.

MUS:6900 M.A. Recitalarr.

MUS:6910 M.F.A. Thesisarr.

MUS:6920 M.A. Performance Projectarr.

MUS:6950 M.A. Thesisarr.

MUS:7132 Seminar in Performance and Pedagogy Research II1 s.h.

Continuation of MUS:6150; thesis proposal preparation; survey of related literature. Offered spring semesters.

MUS:7280 Readings in Music Theory0-1 s.h.

MUS:7380 Readings in Music Historyarr.

MUS:7400 Special Studies Piano Literaturearr.

Individual research in special aspects of piano literature; primarily for D.M.A. students.

MUS:7401 Special Studies in Piano Accompaniment and Chamber Musicarr.

Advanced collaborative arts practicum.

MUS:7900 D.M.A. Recitalarr.

MUS:7950 Ph.D. Thesisarr.

MUS:7960 Composition Ph.D. Thesisarr.

MUS:7970 D.M.A. Essayarr.