Undergraduate Courses

Music

HUM3524: (FC) Great Age of Vienna

3

Description: This course is an examination of the music and art of Vienna during the 18th and 19th centuries against the cultural and social background of this city which reigned as one of the artistic centers of the world. This is a survey course taught in lecture format.

MUC2211: Music Composition I

1
Prerequisite:  Permission of Instructor
Description: In this class, students will be introduced to the creative uses of musical material, traditional musical forms, development procedures and performance resources. Various short works of twentieth century composers will be used as model.

MUC2221: Music Composition II

1
Prerequisite:  Successful completion of Music Composition I (MUC 2211). In this class the student will further examine the creative uses of musical material, traditional musical forms, development procedures and performance resources. Various short works of twentieth century composers will be used as models for student work.

MUC3231: Music Composition III

1
Prerequisites: Successful completion of Music Composition II (MUC 2221). In this class students will further examine the creative uses of musical material, the various possibilities of musical form, developmental procedures and performance resources. Individual projects will provide a focus for the semester's work.

MUC3232: Music Composition IV

1
Prerequisites: Successful completion of Music Composition III (MUC 3231). In this class the student will further examine the creative uses of musical material, the various possibilities of musical form, development procedures and performance resources. Individual projects will provide a focus for the semester's work.

MUC3620: Jazz Composition

3
Prerequisite:  MUT 1362
Description: This course is a study of jazz composition techniques and processes employed by various successful jazz composers. Special emphasis will be placed on the analysis of works by small group composers such as Horace Silver, Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, and Joe Henderson. Students will compose and perform their own original compositions throughout the semester. This course can be taken as a free elective in the B.M. Jazz Studies program of study.

MUC4241: Music Composition V

1
Prerequisite:  Successful completion of Music Composition IV (MUC 3232). This class is for the advanced composition student. The emphasis at this level will be on technical excellence, musical sophistication and originality. It is expected that students in this class will work on larger, multi-movement projects. Performance of finished works on Performance Lab or in special recital is encouraged.

MUC4242: Music Composition VI

1
Prerequisite:  Successful completion of Music Composition V (MUC 4241). This class is for the advanced composition student. The emphasis at this level will be on technical excellence, musical sophistication and originality. Larger individual projects will provide a focus for the semester's work. An individual composition recital is encouraged for students completing this sixth semester of study.

MUE2040: Foundations of Music Education

3

Description: This course is a survey of the music education profession in the United States. It includes an overview of professional qualifications and responsibilities, interactions of history, law, and society with music education, and philosophical and theoretical positions in music education. Topics include fundamentals of music education curriculum, state and national standards and standards-based lesson planning. Students will observe different types of music classes in a variety of school settings to broaden the perspective of the prospective music educator.

MUE2410: Choral Techniques for Instrumentalists

1

Description: This course will develop fundamental skills for teaching choral ensembles in secondary schools. Course will focus on differences between instrumental and choral pedagogy, vocal tone production, posture, basic diction, choral repertoire, and choral rehearsal techniques.

MUE2420: World Drumming Techniques and Pedagogy

1

Description: In this course, students will learn to perform drumming styles from across a variety of nations, cultures, and ethnic groups. Students will also develop skills to teach these skills to children in K-12 school settings. Course will include focus on playing technique, selecting appropriate and authentic instruments, and social and cultural contexts of the drumming styles.

MUE2440: Violin and Viola Techniques and Pedagogy

1

Description: This course is designed to prepare music education majors to teach orchestral stringed instruments in secondary schools. Students will be expected to demonstrate basic performance proficiency on violin and viola. All aspects of strings will be covered, including method book selection, teaching techniques, instructional aids and materials.

MUE2442: Cello and String Bass Techniques and Pedagogy

1

Description: This course is designed to prepare music education majors to teach stringed instruments in secondary schools. Students will be expected to demonstrate basic performance proficiency on cello and bass. All aspects of string instruction will be covered, including method book selection, teaching techniques, instruction aids and materials.

MUE2445: Guitar Techniques and Pedagogy

1

Description: In this course, students will develop fundamental skills to perform on guitar, focusing on developing a repertoire of common chords and appropriate strumming techniques. Students will also develop skills to teach guitar to children in K-12 school settings. Course will include focus on fundamental guitar playing techniques, selecting appropriate instruments for classroom use, and exploring guitar as a accompanying instrument, solo instrument, and as part of an ensemble.

MUE2450: Clarinet and Saxophone Techniques and Pedagogy

1

Description: This course is designed to prepare music education majors to teach woodwind instruments in secondary schools. Students will be expected to demonstrate basic performance proficiency on clarinet and saxophone. All aspects of woodwind instruction will be covered, including method book selection, teaching techniques, instruction aids and materials.

MUE2451: Oboe and Bassoon Techniques and Pedagogy

1

Description: This course is designed to prepare music education majors to teach woodwind instruments in secondary schools. Students will be expected to demonstrate basic performance proficiency on flute, oboe, and bassoon. All aspects of woodwind instruction will be covered, including method book selection, teaching techniques, instruction aids and materials.

MUE2453: Flute Techniques and Pedagogy

1

Description: This course is designed to prepare music education majors to teach woodwind instruments in secondary schools. Students will be expected to demonstrate basic performance proficiency and teaching skills on flute. All aspects of woodwind instruction will be covered, including teaching techniques, writing music for flute, instructional aids, and materials.

MUE2460: Trumpet and Horn Techniques and Pedagogy

1

Description: This course is designed to prepare music education majors to teach brass instruments in secondary schools. Students will be expected to demonstrate basic performance proficiency on trumpet and horn. All aspects of brass instruction will be covered, including method book selection, teaching techniques, instruction aids and materials.

MUE2463: Low Brass Techniques and Pedagogy

1

Description: This course is designed to prepare music education majors to teach brass instruments in secondary schools. Students will be expected to demonstrate basic performance proficiency on trombone, euphonium, and tuba. All aspects of brass instruction will be covered, including method book selection, teaching techniques, instruction aids and materials.

MUE2470: Percussion Techniques

1

Description: Percussion techniques is designed to prepare music education majors to teach percussion instruments in secondary schools. All aspects of percussion performance and instruction will be covered, including method book selection, teaching techniques, mallet selection, instrument care and the like. Course Fee: $35

MUE2490: Conducting Lab Ensemble

v. 0-1
The course serves as a laboratory ensemble for the benefit of students in conducting courses as well as to develop ensemble performance skills on voice, woodwinds, brass, percussion, and/or stringed instruments. Ensemble members will rehearse and perform a variety of musical literature being led by student conductors. Ensemble members will provide supportive critical assessment to aid student conductors in development of rehearsal and conducting skills. This course is repeatable for up to 8 credits.

MUE3392: Managing Music Classrooms and Program Administration

3
Prerequisite:  MUE 2040
Description: This course focuses on developing skills to manage music classrooms, as well as professionalism, ethics, and the law. Students will develop teaching and classroom management skills through discussion, peer-teaching simulations, and observations. Students will discuss the assumptions they have about students, school, and learning and compare these to existing educational practices and research findings, and then read about and discuss a variety of philosophies, behavior and self-concept theories, and discipline/classroom management programs. Students develop a plan for managing a variety of music classroom types. The course ends with an examination of situations of interest to participants which include, among other issues, student safety, legal rights and responsibilities of teachers, meeting the varying needs of students as a result of student differences, and incorporation of teacher’s beliefs and values.
Availability: One semester per year

MUE3481: Jazz Pedagogy

1
Prerequisites: MUE 2450, MUE 2460, MUE 2470, and MUG 3104
Description: In this course, students will develop skills to teach and administer effective instrumental jazz programs in secondary schools. Students will develop a repertoire of appropriate literature for middle and high school musicians and develop pedagogical skills germane to the jazz idiom including listening, improvisation, and stylistic articulation and tone.

MUE3693: Technology in Music Education

2

Description: In this course, students will learn the application of instructional design principles for the use of technology to enhance the quality of teaching and learning in the music classroom. The course includes hands-on experience with essential office applications, music notation, sequencing, and assessment software, as well as other educational media and emerging technologies. This course addresses fundamentals of MIDI and sound recording skills. Emphasis is on use of technological tools to improve classroom instruction, ethical use of social media and email communication with stakeholders and the community, and program administration.

MUE4311: Teaching Elementary Music

3
Prerequisite:  MUT2117 Theory IV AND MUG3104 Basic Conducting AND MUE3392 Managing Music Classrooms and Program Administration AND MUT2247 Advanced Aural Theory
Description: This course is designed to acquaint students with a balanced knowledge of general music curriculum. Emphasis is placed on understanding and planning a developmental sequence of musical experiences to assure the sound musical growth of students in grades K-5. Students schedules must accommodate field experiences on Thursdays from approximately 8am-3pm. This course is offered every fall term. Students must have passing scores on all portions of the Florida Department of Education General Knowledge Exam.

MUE4331: Teaching Secondary Choral Music

3
Prerequisite:  MUT2114 AND MUG3104 AND MUE3392 AND MVK2122 AND MUT2247
Description: Description: This course focuses on directing, organizing, developing, and maintaining quality choral music programs at the secondary level. Topics include conducting, choral literature, rehearsal skills, recruitment and retention, and a balanced approach to inclusion of Florida and National standards in the classroom. Student schedules must accommodate field experiences on Thursdays within the time frame of 7:00 am and 4:30 pm. This course is offered every spring term. Students must have passing scores on all portions of the Florida Department of Education General Knowledge Exam.

MUE4332: Teaching Secondary Instrumental Music

3
Prerequisite:  MUT2117 AND MUG3104 AND MUE3392 AND MVK2122 AND MUT2241
Description: This course focuses on directing, organizing, developing, and maintaining quality instrumental music programs at the secondary level. Topics include conducting, band and orchestra literature, rehearsal skills, recruitment and retention, and a balanced approach to inclusion of Florida and National standards in the classroom. Includes field experience component in public schools. Student schedules must accommodate field experiences on Thursdays within the time frame of 7:00 am and 4:30 pm. This course is offered every spring term. Students must have passing scores on all portions of the Florida Department of Education General Knowledge Exam.

MUE4434: Musical Theater Techniques

1
Prerequisite:  MUE 4331 and MVK 2122
Description: In this course students will learn about the processes, methods, and administrative responsibilities of designing and implementing effective musical theater and show choir programs as a component of a well-rounded school choral music program. Topics may include but are not limited to combining vocal music with choreography, costumes, stage sets, and theater lighting. Students will also learn to assess show choir performances using rubrics designed by the Florida Vocal Association.

MUE4480: Marching Band Techniques

1
Prerequisite:  MUE2117 AND MUT2247 AND MVK2122 AND MUG3104 AND MUE3392
Description: This course deals with the presentation, examination, evaluation and practical application of standard and contemporary marching and arranging techniques for the high school and college band director.

MUE4940: Internship in Music Education

v. 8-15
Prerequisite:  Completion of requirements prescribed in the COEHS Internship Handbook and consent of Music Education Advisor.
Description: This course is designed as a culminating experience in the student's major field which allows the student an opportunity to practice skills under careful observation and cooperation with a master teacher. Internship is allowable only in the major area of concentration. This course is eligible to music education majors only upon completion of requirements prescribed in the COEHS Internship Handbook.
Course Fees: $36

MUG3104: Basic Conducting

2
Prerequisite:  One year of college music theory. This is a beginning conducting course designed to develop the necessary techniques required for basic conducting. Conventional patterns, problems with the multi-metric score, and transposition are covered.

MUG4102: Conducting Intensive

3

Description: This course will focus on the score study of various compositions and integrate this knowledge with the physiological dimension of conducting. It is designed to prepare the conductor for success in multiple musical situations, and to heighten the conducting skills learned in music theory, advanced conducting courses, and real-world conducting experiences. Permission of the instructor is required. This course may be repeated up to a maximum of 12 credits.

MUG4109: Applied Conducting

2
Prerequisite:  MUG 3104 and MUG 4202 or MUG 4302
Description: This course intensely focuses on the development of the gestural vocabulary of the conductor as it relates to the musical score. Course content will vary based on the experience level and musical needs of the individual student. Permission of the instructor is required. This course may be repeated up to a maximum of 8 credits.

MUG4202: Advanced Choral Conducting

2
Prerequisite:  MUT 1112 and MUG 3104
Description: This course provides advanced study in choral conducting. This course will engage in an intensive study of the art of conducting, score preparation/analysis, and rehearsal pedagogy. Students will study conducting with emphasis on going beyond the pattern, gesture-to-sound relationship, and demonstrate knowledge of a wide range of musical forms and concepts through conducting. Additional topics may include technical studies, sight-reading and selections from masterworks. Material will be assigned based on student ability and will be chosen from a broad selection of traditional and non-traditional choral and orchestral repertoire.

MUG4241: Choral Conducting and Literature Seminar

2

Description: This course provides additional study in conducting and literature. This course will engage in an intensive study in conducting topics, repertoire, score preparation/analysis, rehearsal techniques, resource assessments, technical studies, sight-reading and selections from masterworks. Assignments will be given based on student ability and chosen from a broad selection of traditional and non-traditional repertoire. Permission of the instructor is required.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated for a maximum of 4 credits.

MUG4301: Instrumental Conducting and Literature Seminar

2

Description: The primary focus of this seminar course will be the establishment of procedures for an informed and artistic performance, while exploring/analyzing the dimension of instrumental repertoire and inherent conducting requirements and expectations. Permission of the instructor is required.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated for a maximum of 4 credits.

MUG4302: Advanced Instrumental Conducting

v. 1-2
Prerequisites: MUT 1112 and MUG 3104
Description: This course will engage in an intensive study of the art of conducting, score preparation/analysis, and rehearsal techniques
Repeatability: Maybe repeated for up to 4 credit hours

MUG4401: Score Study and Preparation

v. 1-3
Prerequisite:  MUG 3104 and MUG 4202 or MUG 4302
Description: This course will focus on the score study of a variety of compositions as determined by the instructor. It is designed to prepare the conductor for success in multiple musical situations, and to build upon the analytical skills learned in music theory and advanced conducting courses. Permission of the instructor is required. This course may be repeated up to a maximum of 6 credits.

MUG4701: Choral-Orchestral Masterworks

v. 1-3
Prerequisite:  MUG 4202 or MUG 4302
Description: This course will provide in-depth study of repertoire from the classical choral-symphonic canon. Permission of the instructor is required. This course may be repeated up to a maximum of 6 credits.

MUH2012: Enjoyment of Music

3
An introduction to musical elements, forms, and style periods with emphasis on composers' lives, individual styles and representative works. Designed to stimulate the student's love of music and to create listening skills. Music will be studied from the Medieval through the 20th century periods.

MUH2015: American Music: Past and Present

3
This course looks at the music of America, from early blues to free jazz of the 1970's. Also, American classical composers of the 20th century and their impact will be studied.

MUH2017: The History and Appreciation of Rock

3
A study of the origins and development of rock and roll music from rhythm and blues, country and western, to current trends in pop and rock. Aural recognition of representative recordings will be required.

MUH2018: The Evolution of Jazz

3
A historical survey of the evolution of jazz from primitive African elements through its fusion with Western hymns, work songs and military music. Various styles of jazz will be studied from Dixieland through modern/contemporary jazz forms.

MUH2501: World Music

3
This course deals with the native music of Indian Asia, China, Japan, Korea, and Africa. Students will become acquainted with the music of these countries and continents through selected musical examples and extensive listening assignments.

MUH3024: Evolution of Jazz II

3
Prerequisites: Successful completion of MUH 2018 Evolution of Jazz for Non-Music Majors Music Majors - no prerequisite This course presents an advanced study of America's "classical" music: Jazz. It is designed as a continuation of MUH 2018. In addition to presenting a detailed comparative analysis of jazz artists and literature, the course focuses on the social impact involved in the development of jazz from 1890 to the present. Unique audio and video concert footage and interviews enable an in-depth study.

MUH3055: FC - African American Musical Heritage

3
An examination of the roles and character of music in Western African society from the early 17th century. These traditions from which the music evolved will be traced from slavery through modern times. In doing so, a careful study will be made of field hollars, work songs, blues, spirituals, gospel and certain aspects of popular music as to their influence on the development of modern American music.

MUH3211: Music History I

3
Prerequisite:  Four semesters of music theory. The history of music from ancient times through the Classical period.

MUH3212: Music History II

3
Prerequisite:  Four semesters of music theory. The history of music from the Romantic period to the present, including an emphasis on American music.

MUH3215: Western Music History and Popular Cultures I

3
Prerequiste: MUT 2117
Description: This course presents an overview of significant concepts from pre-19th-century Western music and compares them with similar concepts from popular music of the US and world cultures. Through this course, students will acquire familiarity with stylistic developments and major figures from the Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, and Classical periods as well as features and performers of jazz, rock, folk, and other popular styles. The goal of this course is to think broadly and critically about music. Therefore, it will focus not only on knowledge of composers and dates, but also on concepts such as the role of the performer in society, the cultural functions of music and music performance, the development of music notation, and the idea of art music.

MUH3216: Western Music History and Popular Cultures II

3
Prerequisite:  MUH 3215
Description: This course presents an overview of significant concepts from 19th- to 21st-century Western music and compares them with similar concepts from popular music of the US and world cultures. Through this course, students will acquire familiarity with stylistic developments and major figures from the Romantic and Modern periods as well as features and performers of jazz, rock, folk, and other popular styles. The goal of this course to think broadly and critically about music. Therefore, it will focus not only on knowledge of composers and dates, but also on concepts such as the development of music technology, the rise of program music, the purpose and meaning of avant-garde art forms, and the use of music for nationalism and protest.

MUH3373: History of the Beatles

3

Description: This course is designed to give an in-depth look at the music, the lives, and the cultural impact of the British rock band? known as The Beatles. Through online course work, examination of the twelve studio recorded albums, and the review of online media and written material published about this band, the student will become familiar with the epic saga of the legendary music and career of The Beatles. There are no prerequisites for the course and reading music is not necessary.

MUH4371: Topics in 20th Century Music History

3

Description: This course is a study of topics in music of the 20th century, with a focus on art music. The course will examine issues of musical style and explore the aesthetic, cultural, and social circumstances as they apply to genres of music composed during the 20th century.

MUH4633: Topics in American Music

3

Description: This course is a study of topics in music of the United States. The course will examine issues of musical style and explore the aesthetic, cultural, and social circumstances as they apply to musical works by American composers.

MUH4664: History of Electronic Music

3

Description: This is a survey course that introduces students to the inception and development of various electronic musical instruments, concepts, and genres primarily throughout the 20th century. From the avant-garde to popular music, students will spend time with the engineers and artists that have contributed to this field beginning in the 19th century all the way up to the present day. Additionally, students will discuss the technological and aesthetic ideas that have permanently expanded the boundaries of music. (Students taking this course should have an understanding of basic musical concepts – pitch, rhythm, interval, etc.)

MUL2010: Introduction to Music Literature

3

Description: This course examines music and its role in culture: how it both shapes and is shaped by social, political, national, and cultural forces. Examples from art music, popular music, and world music will illustrate music’s connection to life in both historical and contemporary settings. No prior musical training or experience are required for enrollment.

MUL4400: Piano Literature I

2
The course presents standard compositions of the piano repertoire through the Classical era.

MUL4401: Piano Literature II

2
The course deals with piano repertory from the Romantic Era to the present.

MUL4420: String Chamber Music Literature

3
This course is intended to give the student a broader understanding and appreciation of string chamber music and its role, performance traditions, and development from the Classical period to the twentieth century.

MUL4434: Harp Literature

3
This course examines in detail the standard harp repertoire and its associated performance traditions.

MUL4441: Woodwind Literature

3

Description: This course will examine and evaluate solo, ensemble, and orchestral woodwind literature, including music from all available styles and periods. Emphasis will be placed on the students' primary instrument of performance. A component of this study will include knowledge of available reference books which evaluate or list solos by difficulty level, texts, and information sources. The course activities provide a comprehensive knowledge of woodwind literature, and improve the students ability to identify the quality and value of compositions for study and performance.

MUL4442: Brass Literature

3

Description: This course will examine and evaluate solo, ensemble, and orchestral brass literature, including music from all available styles and periods. Emphasis will be placed on the students' primary instrument of performance. A component of this study will include knowledge of available reference books which evaluate or list solos by difficulty level, texts, and information sources. The course activities provide a comprehensive knowledge of brass literature, and improve the students ability to identify the quality and value of compositions for study and performance.

MUL4460: Percussion Literature

3

Description: This course will examine and evaluate solo, ensemble, and orchestral percussion literature, including music from all available styles and periods. Emphasis will be placed on the students' primary instrument of performance. A component of this study will include knowledge of available reference books which evaluate or list solos by difficulty level, texts, and information sources. The course activities provide a comprehensive knowledge of percussion literature, and improve the students ability to identify the quality and value of compositions for study and performance.

MUL4550: Instrumental Literature

3

Description: Instrumental Literature explores the rich and diverse history of instrumental repertoire, with an emphasis on its rehearsal and performance demands on the conductor. Permission of the instructor is required.

MUL4602: Vocal Literature

2
The course will examine the standard vocal repertory from early Italian songs through contemporary vocal compositions. Also included will be study of French song literature, German lieder and operatic repertory.

MUL4643: Choral Literature

3

Description: This course serves as a survey of choral literature. Writing, research, and advanced music theory, history, style and performance practice are major components of this course. Permission of the instructor is required.

MUM1611: Concert Recording

1

Description: The course examines fundamentals of live recording technique and the equipment used. Microphone placement and basic operation of recording hardware and software is introduced. Upon registering for this course, the student must be enrolled in an Applied Music course and a large ensemble.

MUM1620: Audio and Acoustics

3

Description: The course introduces practical approaches to the principles of audio and acoustics. It explores the physical properties of sound and its interaction in various environments and introduces techniques for controlling and manipulating those properties. Operating principles of digital and analog audio are presented, including transduction, time- and frequency-domain analysis, and sampling theory. Upon registering for this course, the student must be enrolled in an Applied Music course and a large ensemble. Course Fee: $30

MUM1622: Introduction to Sound Reinforcement

1

Description: This course examines the fundamentals of signal flow in the audio chain of diverse, live musical events. Students develop an understanding of what equipment is needed and what that equipment does. Upon registering for this course, the student must be enrolled in an Applied Music course and a large ensemble. Course Fee: $30

MUM1630: Introduction to Digital Audio

1

Description: Students will learn to use basic audio editing, mixing and mastering techniques, and recording equipment in order to manipulate audio to craft finished recordings.

MUM2634: Digital Audio Production

3
Prerequisite:  MUM 1620
Description: This course provides in-depth study and hands-on use of digital audio hardware and software to produce music and other audio effects. The student will be required to apply informed musical judgements as a part of the audio production process. Upon registering for this course, the student must be enrolled in an Applied Music course and a large ensemble. Course Fee: $30

MUM2677: Sound Reinforcement and Music Production

3

Description: The production of music requires aesthetic judgements that merge with a detailed working knowledge of digital hardware and software components. This course continues an examination of equipment for live sound reinforcement as well as studio production but also begins a comprehensive examination of the aesthetic considerations that make great music "great." Lyrics, instrumentation, balance, song structure, and effects are discussed and debated. Upon registering for this course, the student must be enrolled in an Applied Music course and a large ensemble.

MUM2942: Music Technology Practicum

0
Prerequisite:  MUM 2677
Description: This course provides practical, hands-on experience in audio recording, live sound reinforcement, and/or audio engineering facility management. Students may assist the recording of concerts and studio sessions on campus at the discretion of the instructor. Upon registering for this course, the student must be enrolled in an Applied Music course and a large ensemble.
Repeatability: Course can be taken four times Course Fee: $30

MUM3633: Max MSP

3

Description: This course is an introduction to the visual programming language Max/MSP/Jitter. Through hands-on experience students will learn how to use the environment for artistic purposes.

MUM3701: The Music Business

3
This course offers students an opportunity to explore the business side of music. Items to be studied include: unions, contract writing, copyrights, laws pertaining to the music industry, the recording industry, and performing rights organizations. As appropriate, visiting guest artist from the "Great American Jazz Series" will be invited to address the class.

MUM4014: Seminar in Music Technology

2
Prerequisite:  MUM 4636 and MUM 4729
Description: This course offers students advanced individual and/or group work in music technology and audio production. Upon registering for this course, the student must be enrolled in an Applied Music course and a large ensemble unless those requirements have been satisfied.
Repeatability: up to four credits Course Fee: $30

MUM4613: Music Studio Recording Techniques

3

Description: This course will introduce students to the world of music production using music sequencing and recording software. Students will use a digital audio workstation that has a realistic graphical representation of all the instruments and effects used in a composition. They will learn how to create drum patterns, record audio, and mix and master quality sounding productions. Course Fee: $35

MUM4636: Audio for Media Applications

3
Prerequisite:  MUM 1620, MUM 2677, MUM 2634, and MUM 2942
Description: This course explores the tools, techniques and creative approaches to creating audio and designing sound for various unique applications, including films, video games, interactive media, television, commercials, and websites. Students learn how to create a product that is of use to other media-based disciplines. Upon registering for this course, the student must be enrolled in an Applied Music course and a large ensemble unless those requirements have been satisfied. Course Fee: $30

MUM4729: Electronic Music Production Techniques

3
Prerequisite:  MUM 1620, MUM 2677, and MUM 2634
Description: This course explores in detail the tools and techniques used in electronic music production, including the digital audio workstation, MIDI, synthesis, sampling, loops, and artistic control of software. Students also explore divergent genres within electronic music to understand similarities and differences in both sound and production. An additional fee is associated with the course. Upon registering for this course, the student must be enrolled in an Applied Music course and a large ensemble unless those requirements have been satisfied.

MUM4943: Internship in Music Technology

6
Prerequisite:  MUM 4636, MUM 4729, and MUM 2942
Description: This internship gives students the opportunity to work off campus or in the UNF recording studio to complete professional projects alongside professionals in the field. Possible internships include experiences with the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra, the Friday Musicale Series, and local radio stations. Upon registering for this course, the student must be enrolled in an Applied Music course and a large ensemble unless those requirements have been satisfied.

MUN2120: Concert Band (Lower)

v. 0-1
Admission is by audition of instrumental music majors and other university students. The band performs annual concerts of traditional and contemporary band literature and is required of instrumental majors. It may be repeated for credit up to 12 times.(A material fee of $35 will be assessed.)

MUN2140: Wind Symphony

v. 0-1
Prerequisite:  Permission of instructor. This Lower level Wind Ensemble performs a full spectrum of traditional and contemporary wind band literature, with performances scheduled on and off campus. This course is required of instrumental majors and may be repeated for credit up to 12 times. (A material fee of $35 will be assessed.)

MUN2210: Orchestra

v. 0-1

Description: This course focuses on the study and performance of standard orchestral literature. Musical selections from the Baroque, Classical, Romantic, and Contemporary styles will be included for study and performance. The UNF Orchestra gives many performances throughout the year at UNF and other concert venues. May be repeated for credit up to 8 times. (A material fee of $35 will be assessed.)

MUN2310: UNF Chorale (Lower)

v. 0-1
This mixed choral ensemble is designed to meet the ensemble requirement for classical music majors. The course is open to non-music majors. The repertoire includes music from the Renaissance to the Twentieth Century. Performances may be required. Repeated for credit up to 8 times. (A material fee of $35 will be assessed.)

MUN2510: Collaborative Piano I

1

Description: Students will study the art of accompanying and collaboration through vocal music from the Baroque to the present day. Topics include performance practice, orchestral reductions, preparing repertoire and communication. Students will demonstrate practical understanding through collaboration with a vocalist.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated for a total of 4 credits.
Course Fees: $35

MUN2710: Jazz Ensemble-Lower Level

v. 0-1
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor and/or audition panel through an audition. The course includes the performance of jazz repertoire through the big band medium. Music reading skills are required. There are scheduled performances on and off campus. It may be repeated for credit up to 8 times. (A material fee of $35 will be assessed.)

MUN3103: Pep Band-Upper Level

v. 0-1
All university instrumentalists are encouraged to participate. The ensemble will perform at UNF basketball games and other important university events. May be repeated for credit up to 8 times. (A material fee of $35 will be assessed.)

MUN3116: UNF Drumline

v. 0-1

Description: The UNF Drumline is a performing ensemble that is part of the School of Music. Maintaining a visible performance schedule on and off campus, the drumline gives live performances at events including sporting events, commencement, TV appearances, recruitment tours, and performances in conjunction with the percussion studio. This ensemble is open to students from across the university, including both music majors and non-music majors who desire to continue performing throughout college. Weekly rehearsals and regular performances that occur throughout the semester are required. Acceptance and placement in the drumline is determined by audition each semester. Instruments and materials needed are provided. Departmental and instructor permission are required.

MUN3123: Concert Band (Upper)

v. 0-1
Admission by audition of instrumental music majors and other university students. Performs annual concerts of traditional and contemporary band literature. Required of instrumental majors. May be repeated for credit up to 12 times. (A material fee of $35 will be assessed.)

MUN3143: Wind Symphony

v. 0-1
The Upper level Wind Ensemble performs a full spectrum of traditional and contemporary wind band literature, with performances scheduled on and off campus. This course is required of instrumental majors and may be repeated for credit up to 12 times. (A material fee of $35 will be assessed.)

MUN3163: Brass Band

v. 0-1
Prerequisite:  Instructor permission In this course the student will become familiar with classic literature for the traditional British Brass Band. This ensemble will feature up to thirty musicians and will use traditional brass band instruments in performance, including cornets, flugel horns, tenor horns, baritone horns, euphoniums, trombones, tubas and percussion. The student will be exposed to a wide selection of the literature for brass band from its' nineteenth century origins to the present, in order to gain a broad understanding of the repertory. Emphasis will be on developing the brass band's musicial and technical range, and its potential for musical expression through rehearsals and performances. This course may be repeated up to a total of ten credits. (A material fee od $35 will be assessed.)

MUN3313: UNF Chorale (Upper)

v. 0-1
This mixed choral ensemble is designed to meet the ensemble requirement for classical music majors. The course is also open to non-music majors. The repertoire includes music from the Renaissance to the Twentieth Century. Performances may be required. May be repeated up to 8 times. (A material fee of $35 will be assessed.)

MUN3323: Osprey Treble Chorus

v. 0-1
Prerequisite:  The student should have some prior choral experience. This choral ensemble prepares music of all styles (madrigals, spirituals, motets, show, and pop) for public performance. The course may be repeated for credit up to 8 times. (A material fee of $35 will be assessed.)

MUN3333: UNF Men's Chorale

v. 0-1
Prerequisite:  Instructor permission The UNF Men's Chorale performs a wide range of music spanning all periods and genres. This performance-based class encourages commitment, dedication, and personal growth as musicians and performers. The Men's Chorale is open to all majors and serves as a conducting laboratory for conducting students and student composers alike. The genres of Barbershop, R &B, Doo-Wop, World Music, and Classical Music represent a cross section of musical styles. Students my join the Men's Chorale to gain further singing and reading experience prior to auditioning for the UNF Chamber Singers or UNF Chorale. This course may be repeated up to a total of ten credits. (A material fee of $35 will be assessed.)

MUN3343: Chamber Singers

v. 0-1
Prerequisite:  Audition and consent of instructor. Choral ensemble literature of various types of music (madrigals, spirituals, motets, Broadway show medleys, etc.), that will include public performances. May be repeated for credit up to 12 times. (A material fee of $35 will be assessed.)

MUN3404: Clarinet Quartet Ensemble

v. 0-1
Prerequisite:  Instructor Permission In this course the student will become familiar with the standard clarinet quartet repertoire from a wide range of historical periods, from early Baroque to twenty-first century music. The student will be exposed to a wide selection of the literature for clarinet quartet in order to gain a broader understanding of the repertory. Emphasis will be on developing the clarinet quartet's musical and technical range, and its potential for musical expression through rehearsals and performances. This course may be repeated up to a total of ten credits. (A material fee of $35 will be assessed.)

MUN3405: Clarinet Choir

v. 0-1
Prerequisite:  Instructor Permission In this course the student will become familiar with the standard clarinet choir repertoire from early to modern works. The student will be exposed to a wide selection of the literature for clarinet choir in order to gain a broader understanding of the repertory and ensemble playing. Emphasis will be on developing the clarinet choir's musical and technical range, and its potential for musical expression through rehearsals and performances. This course may be repeated up to a total of ten credits. (A material fee of $35 will be assessed.)

MUN3406: Woodwind Quartet

v. 0-1
Prerequisite:  Instructor permission In this course the student will become familiar with the standard repertoire for combinations of woodwind instruments in the quartet setting from a wide range of historical periods, from early Baroque to twenty-first century music. The student will be exposed to a wide selection of the literature for woodwind quartet in order to gain a broader understanding of the repertory. Emphasis will be on developing the woodwind quartet's musical and technical range, and its potential for musical expression through rehearsals and performances. This course may be repeated up to a total of ten credits. (A material fee of $35 will be assessed.)

MUN3411: String Chamber Ensemble

v. 0-1
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor.
Description: In this course, students will study and perform a variety of music for various string chamber ensembles.
Repeatability: May be repeated for up to 8 credits.
Course Fees: $35

MUN3413: Orchestra

v. 0-1
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. The course will deal with the study and performance of standard chamber music works for string ensemble. May be repeated up to 8 times. (A material fee of $35 will be assessed.)

MUN3414: String Choir

v. 0-1

Description: In this course, students will study and perform a variety of music within a chamber ensemble comprising themselves and other students who play the same specific string instrument.
Repeatability: This course can be re-taken up to a maximum of 8 credits
Availability: Every semester

MUN3422: Clarinet Trio Ensemble

v. 0-1
Prerequisite:  Instructor Permission In this course the student will become familiar with the standard clarinet trio repertoire from a wide range of historical periods, from early Baroque to twenty-first century music. The student will be exposed to a wide selection of the literature for clarinet trio in order to gain a broader understanding of the repertory. Emphasis will be on developing the clarinet trio's musical and technical range, and its potential for musical expression through rehearsals and performances. This course may be repeated up to a total of ten credits. (A material fee of $35 will be assessed.)

MUN3424: Woodwind Quintet

v. 0-1
Prerequisite:  Instructor permission In this course the student will become familiar with the standard repertoire for combinations of woodwind instruments in the quintet setting from a wide range of historical periods, from early Baroque to twenty-first century music. The student will be exposed to a wide selection of the literature for woodwind quintet in order to gain a broader understanding of the repertory. Emphasis will be on developing the woodwind quintet's musical and technical range, and its potential for musical expression through rehearsals and performances. This course may be repeated up to a total of ten credits. (A material fee of $35 will be assessed.)

MUN3426: Saxophone Quartet

v. 0-1
Prerequisite:  Instructor Permission In this course the student will become familiar with the standard saxophone quartet repertoire from a wide range of historical periods, from Baroque transcriptions to contemporary art music. The student will be exposed to a wide selection of the literature for saxophone quartet in order to gain a broader understanding of the repertory and performance techniques of the saxophone. Emphasis will be on developing the saxophone quartet's musical and technical range, and its potential for musical expression through rehearsals and performances. This course may be repeated up to a total of ten credits. (A material fee of $35 will be assessed.)

MUN3427: Flute Ensemble

v. 0-1
Prerequisite:  Instructor Permission This course is designed for students who study and perform on the flute. A wide variety of flute ensemble music will be rehearsed and performed. The skills to be addressed in this course include sight reading, rhythm, basic musical principles, adjustment of group balance, and intonation. Students will have the opportunity to learn a variety of instruments in the flute family, including the piccolo and alto flute. This course may be repeated up to a total of ten credits. (A material fee of $35 will be assessed.)

MUN3431: Brass Chamber Ensemble

v. 0-1
Prerequisite:  Instructor permission In this course the student will become familiar with standard literature for brass quartet and quintet, while exploring new works. The student will be exposed to a wide selection of the literature for brass quintet and quartet in order to gain a broad understanding of the repertory. Emphasis will be on developing the brass chamber ensemble's musical and technical range, and its potential for musical expression through rehearsals and performances. This course may be repeated up to a total of ten credits. (A material fee of $35 will be assessed.)

MUN3433: Brass Choir

v. 0-1
Prerequisite:  Instructor permission In this course the student will become familiar with standard literature for large brass choir ensembles, while exploring new works. The student will be exposed to a wide selection of the literature for brass choir in order to gain a broad understanding of the repertory. Emphasis will be on developing the brass choir's musical and technical range, and its potential for musical expression through rehearsals and performances. This course may be repeated up to a total of ten credits. (A material fee of $35 will be assessed.)

MUN3438: Trumpet Ensemble

v. 0-1
Prerequisite:  Instructor permission. In this course the student will become familiar with standard literature written specifically for trumpets in an ensemble setting, while exploring new works. The student will be exposed to a wide selection of pieces for trumpet ensemble in order to gain a broad understanding of the repertory. Emphasis will be on developing the trumpet ensemble's musical and technical range and its potential for musical expression through rehearsals and performances. This course may be repeated up to a total of ten credits. (A material fee of $35 will be assessed.)

MUN3443: Percussion Ensemble

v. 0-1
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. The study and practice of ensemble literature for various combinations of percussion instruments. Public performances may be included. Required of percussion majors. May be repeated for credit up to 12 times. (A material fee of $35 will be assessed.)

MUN3453: Piano Ensemble

v. 0-1
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. Students will study and perform piano duos and duets. May be repeated for credit up to 8 times. (A material fee of $35 will be assessed.)

MUN3463: Mixed Chamber Music Ensemble

v. 0-1
Prerequisite:  Instructor Permission In this course the student will become familiar with the important chamber music repertoire for combinations of woodwind, string, brass, and keyboard instruments from a wide range of historical periods, from early Baroque to twenty-first century music. The student will be exposed to a wide selection of the literature for mixed chamber groups in order to gain a broader understanding of the repertory. Emphasis will be on developing the chamber ensemble's musical and technical range, and its potential for musical expression through rehearsals and performances. This course may be repeated up to a total of ten credits. (A material fee of $35 will be assessed.)

MUN3483: Jazz Guitar Ensemble

v. 0-1
Prerequisite:  Enrollment by permission of instructor through audition during registration. The jazz guitar ensemble consists of 15 guitars plus a rhythm section of three. Repertoire consists primarily of big band transcriptions, with guitars replacing the horn sections. May be repeated for credit up to 6 times. (A material fee of $35 will be assessed.)

MUN3498: Harp Ensemble

v. 0-1
Prerequisite:  Permission of instructor. This course consists of applied instruction in harp ensemble. Works studied will include works for two or more harps, music for harp with other instruments (chamber music) and various orchestral excerpts. (A material fee of $35 will be assessed.)

MUN3513: Collaborative Piano II

1
Prerequisiste: MUN 2510
Description: Students will study the art of accompanying and collaboration through instrumental repertoire from the Baroque to the present day. Topics include performance practice, orchestral reductions, preparing repertoire and communication. Students will demonstrate practical understanding through collaboration with an instrumentalist.
Repeatability: May be repeated for a total of 4 credits.
Course Fees: $35

MUN3713: Jazz Ensemble

v. 0-1
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor through audition. The performance of jazz repertoire through the big band medium. Music reading skills required. Scheduled performances on and off campus. May be repeated for credit up to 12 times. (A material fee of $35 will be assessed.)

MUN4462: String-Piano Sonata Class

v. 0-2

Description: This course is an intensive chamber music elective for string players and pianists, where students collaborate to produce polished performances of challenging repertoire. Learning will be assessed each week through musical performance of assigned repertoire. Each semester will culminate with a final jury examination performed for a faculty panel.
Repeatability: The course may be repeated for a maximum of 8 credits.

MUN4714: Jazz Combo (Small Group)

v. 0-1
Prerequisite:  Student must concurrently take applied lessons and maintain a B average in applied. Performance-oriented small group with emphasis on traditional and modern compositions and improvisation. May be repeated for credit up to 12 times. (A material fee of $35 will be assessed.)

MUO2401: Theater Techniques for Singers

1

Description: This course is designed for vocal students to provide them with the necessary skills in preparing operatic roles for performance. This course will address the study and performance of vocal repertoire, address principles of expressive movement on stage, and explore the development of musical, dramatic, and muscular sensitivity as a necessary form of verbal and non-verbal communication.
Repeatability: This course is repeatable up to 8 credit hours.

MUO3006: Summer Musical Theater Intensive

v. 1-6

Description: The Summer Musical Theater Intensive offers training in singing, acting and dance as related to musical theater. UNF Music Faculty will work in partnership with actors from London's West End Theatres to offer this instruction.
Repeatability: This course has variable credit from 1 to 6, for a maximum of 6 credits.

MUO3503: Opera Ensemble

v. 0-1
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor.
Description: Rehearsal and production of scenes and complete operatic works. Three hours per week.
Repeatability: May be repeated for up to 8 credits.
Course Fees: $35

MUO3600: Opera Mainstage

0
Prerequisite:  Students must take two semesters of MUO3503 (Opera Ensemble) before taking this course.
Description: This course offers a production based curriculum, which requires participation in two rehearsals per week and performance of concerts, full opera productions, or any additional events presented by UNF Opera Mainstage each semester. Student progress will be assessed each week through musical and dramatic performance of assigned operatic repertoire. Each semester's commitment will culminate with a final performance of complete opera production, or selected concert repertoire, and will be graded by the supervising faculty. Permission of the instructor is required to register for this course.

MUR3302: Liturgical Planning: Music and Ritual

3

Description: This course introduces the history, theology, and practice of liturgy. Special attention will be given to the function of music within classic liturgical patterns as well as contemporary models of worship so that students will learn to plan, implement, and critically evaluate liturgical structures and the use of music in various contexts. Emphasis will be placed on developing worship services that are grounded in a student’s faith background while informed by liturgical history, sacred text, cultural context, modern practice, and musical experience.
Availability: Every other year.

MUR3721: Congregational Song

2

Description: This course is a survey of the history, theology, and practice of congregational songs from Western and non-Western traditions. Special attention will be given to recent developments in congregational song practices in the United States and around the world by analyzing resources such as hymnals, songbooks, collections, and online databases. Upon completion of this course, students will understand the theology of song texts, be able to teach and lead different styles of song in various congregational contexts, and have learned strategies and tools for selecting congregational song appropriate to each student’s worship and faith tradition.
Availability: Every other year

MUR3802: Sacred Music Leadership and Administration

3

Description: This course examines issues related to music employment and leadership within faith communities today. Topics include employment search, budget management, music property and materials, staff relations, church leadership structures and politics, interpersonal skills and communication, visioning and goal-setting, recruiting and training volunteers, church ensembles and programming, community outreach, concert series, publicity, professional organizations, multi-media, and ethical and legal issues.
Availability: One semester per year.

MUS1010: Performance Laboratory

0
Prerequisite:  Must be music major. A weekly forum in which students will perform for each other and exchange critiques with the music faculty and other music students. To be taken with applied music study. May be repeated up to 8 times (no credit given).

MUS1011: Concert Attendance

0
The Concert Attendance course is designed to expand and integrate the individual student's musicianship, technical ability, artistic personality, and sense of responsibility. The student's knowledge of music history and styles beyond the area of specialization will be enhanced by attendance at a variety of concerts. This non-credit course is required for all music majors and is repeatable up to eight times. Music majors are required to pass eight semesters of this course as an essential requirement of all music degree programs.

MUS2221: French Diction

1
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. This course deals with diction in singing French vocal works.

MUS2231: German Diction

1
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. This course deals with diction in singing German vocal works.

MUS2241: Italian Diction

1
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. This course deals with diction in singing Italian vocal works.

MUS3340: Computer MIDI Score

2
This course will familiarize the student with the principles of the Musical Instrument Digital Interface and its application to scoring programs. In addition, the student will learn basic computer technological applications.(A material fee of $35 will be assessed.)

MUS3930: Special Topics in Music

v. 1-3
May be repeated up to 30 credits.

MUS3931: Eminent Scholars Seminar

v. 1-3
May be repeated up to 10 credits.

MUS4803: Body Mapping

1

Description: This course teaches students to understand how the body moves and develop the necessary awareness to prevent pain and injury and promote freedom and ease when playing.

MUS4905: Directed Individual Studies

v. 1-3
A maximum of 15 credits may be accumulated in directed individual studies.

MUS4970: Senior Recital

0
Prerequisites: Seven semesters of applied music study in the concentration or major, or the equivalent. This non credit course tracks the mandatory senior recital requirement. Music majors are required to present a senior recital during the last semester of the applied music degree.

MUT1011: Fundamentals of Music

3
The materials of Music: rhythm, melody, tempo, dynamics, harmony, texture, tonality, timbre, form, style, mood. Selected skills in music: listening, singing, reading, playing instruments.

MUT1111: Theory I

3
Corequisite: MUT1241. The course consists of an introduction to the basics of music theory and the techniques and concepts of voice leading as practiced during the common practice period.

MUT1112: Theory II

3
Prerequisite:  MUT 1111. Corequisite: MUT1242. The course consists of a continuation of the basics of music theory and the techniques and concepts of voice leading as practiced during the common practice period.

MUT1241: Theory I, Aural

1
Corequisite: MUT1111. This is a beginning course designed to help the student develop abilities to recognize, write and reproduce music they see or hear. Emphasis will be on simple major and minor scales, primary chords and their inversions, simple melodic intervals, and simple duple and compound duple meters.

MUT1242: Theory II, Aural

1
Prerequisite:  MUT 1241 or permission of instructor. Corequisite: MUT1112. This is a continuation of Theory I, Aural. It includes stepwise fragments from major and minor scales, inversions of primary chords with non-chord tones, melodies with chromatic non-chord tones, duple and triple groupings and basic syncopation.

MUT1361: Jazz Fundamentals I

2
This course is an introduction to the study of jazz theory. Students will study intervals, 7th chords, major scale derived modes, 13th chords, chord/scale relationships, chord symbols and basic chord progression.

MUT1362: Jazz Fundamentals II

2
Prerequisite:  MUT 1361. This course is a continuation of MUT 1361. Students will study melodic minor derived modes, whole tone scales, bebop scales, advanced chord/scale relationships, and ploychords.

MUT2116: Theory III

3
Prerequisites: MUT 1111 and MUT 1112. Corequisite: MUT2246. The course consists of a continuation of skills learned in first-year theory and an introduction to the techniques and skills required to analyze and write music with chromatic harmony.

MUT2117: Theory IV

3
Prerequisites: MUT 1111, MUT 1112 and MUT 2116. Corequisite: MUT2247. The course consists of a continuation of the techniques and skills required to analyze and write music with chromatic harmony. Also included is the study of orchestration.

MUT2246: Advanced Aural Theory

1
Prerequisites: MUT 1241 and MUT 1242 or permission of instructor. Corequisite: MUT 2116. This is a continuation of Theory II, Aural. It includes diatonic chord progression with inversions, melodies with skips, chromatic non-chord tones, modulations to closely related keys, and simple meters with various note values as basic beat.

MUT2247: Advanced Aural Theory

1
Prerequisites: MUT 1241, MUT 1242 and MUT 2246 or permission of instructor. Corequisite: MUT 2117. This course is a continuation of Aural Theory, Advanced (MUT 2246). It includes stepwise progressions with large skips, triadic outlines through secondary dominants, incomplete non-chord tones, rhythm patterns with different note values as basic beats, syncopation between and within the beat.

MUT2641: Jazz Improvisation I

2
Prerequisite:  MUT 1361 and MUT 1362 with B average and scale audition. Beginning level in learning the art of jazz improvisation. Improvisation of modal tunes and over the IIm7-V7 progression in all major keys.

MUT2642: Jazz Improvisation II

2
Prerequisite:  Grade of B or above in MUT 2641. Continuation of Improvisation I. Presentation of tunes with more difficult harmonic construction and introduction of minor II-Vs.

MUT3611: Form and Analysis

3
Prerequisite:  MUT 2117.
Description: Analysis of musical forms in western music.

MUT3631: Tonal Improvisation

1

Description: This courses is geared toward developing musicianship through improvisation within the context of tonal musical idioms, with focus on classical and folk music genres. This course is designed for non-jazz music majors who may have limited experience improvising as classically trained instrumentalists. Seeking to incite spontaneous musical expression, analogous with conversation in spoken language, this course encourages creative and meaningful music-making by developing a comprehensive understanding of melody, harmony, and rhythm within a tonal music context by connecting aural skills with instrumental techniques. Curriculum includes an approach to improvisation through a seven-step process. Students will perform individually and together in class, and will create several musical arrangements written with music notation software. This course is restricted to students in the School of Music. This is an elective course. Permission of the instructor is required.

MUT3643: Jazz Improvisation III

2
Prerequisite:  Grade of B or above in MUT 2642 and scale audition. Advanced techniques and practices of jazz improvisation.

MUT3644: Jazz Improvisation IV

2
Prerequisite:  Grade of B or above in MUT 3643. Continuation of Jazz Improvisation III and advanced skills and techniques of jazz improvisation.

MUT3648: Vocal Improvisation/Piano III

3
Prerequisites: MUT 2117; MUT 2641 and MUT 2642; MVK 1111 and MVK 1112. This course is designed to give vocal jazz majors advanced training in improv as well as intermediate piano skills.

MUT3649: Vocal Improvisation/Piano IV

3
Prerequisite:  MUT 3648. This course continues the improv and piano skills from Vocal Improv/Piano III.

MUT3651: Classical Harmony

3

Description: This course explores the harmonic principles of the Classical or "galant" style of 18th-century Western music, as well as their continued influence on musical styles of the 19th and 20th centuries. Through exercises in composition and analysis, students will learn about the generative role of harmony in the creation of original music. This course may be taken by non-music majors who have some background in music theory and would like to develop their understanding of the subject further, as well as by music majors who would like to develop their music theory knowledge beyond their required music theory coursework. Permission of the instructor is required to register for this course.

MUT4311: Orchestration

3
Prerequisite:  MUT 2117
Description:  An examination of the instruments of the symphony orchestra and wind ensemble. Includes analysis and scoring techniques.

MUT4365: Jazz Arranging I

3
Prerequisite:  Grade of B or above in MUT 1361 and MUT 1362. Students will focus on writing two-part, three-part and four-part arrangements for traditional jazz instrumentations. Items to be stressed include transposition, calligraphy, instrumental ranges and characteristics, professional chart lay-out, scale re-harmonization, and writing for the rhythm section.

MUT4366: Jazz Arranging II

3
Prerequisite:  MUT 4365. This course emphasizes writing and composing for a full jazz band of 17 or more musicians. It's main focus is section writing techniques such as unison, block, drop-two, and pad voicing. Also included is analysis of works by major jazz writers. The term will conclude with a performance of each student's complete big-band arrangement with score and parts.

MUT4369: Jazz Arranging III

3
Prerequisite:  MUT 4366
Description: This course is a study of advanced techniques employed by various successful jazz arrangers and composers. Special emphasis will be placed on writing for conventional and non-conventional jazz ensembles. Students will be assigned several arranging projects throughout the semester. The term concludes with a performance of each student’s final arranging project. This course can be taken as a free elective in the B.M. Jazz Studies program of study.

MUT4421: 18th Century Counterpoint

3
Prerequisite:  MUT 2117
Description:  An intensive study of the contrapuntal styles of the baroque masters. Includes analysis and synthesis.

MUT4564: Nineteenth-Century Chromatic Harmony

3
Prerequisite:  MUT 2117
Description: This course is an intensive study of chromatic harmony and voice leading in music from the nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries. Students will analyze works in a variety of genres that are characteristic of this stylistic epoch. Also, students will write model compositions in which they emulate the harmonic techniques studied in this course.

MUT4626: 20th Century Music Theory

3
Prerequisite:  MUT 2117
Description: A study of 20th century compositional techniques. Includes analysis and synthesis.

MUT4650: Composition and Improvisation

2
This course will include both imitative and original composition as well as experimental and nontraditional styles. In addition, students will be given assignments in improvisation.

MUT4663: Jazz Styles and Analysis I

2
Prerequisite:  Grade of B or above in MUT 1361 and MUT 1362. A study of jazz styles from the New Orleans era to the "Cool" era. Includes analysis of transcribed solos as recorded by major artists.

MUT4664: Jazz Styles and Analysis II

2
Prerequisite:  MUT 4663 or permission of instructor. A study of jazz styles from hard bop to the present. Includes analysis of transcribed solos as recorded by major artists.

MVB1311: Applied Trumpet

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. Individual instruction in trumpet. Private lesson and performance laboratory weekly. May be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVB1312: Applied French Horn I

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. Individual instruction in French horn. Private lesson and performance laboratory weekly. May be repeated twice for a total of 4 credits.

MVB1313: Applied Trombone

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. Individual instruction in trombone. Private lesson and performance laboratory weekly. May be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVB1314: Applied Euphonium

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. Individual instruction in euphonium. Private lesson and performance laboratory weekly. May be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVB1315: Applied Tuba

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. Individual instruction in tuba. Private lesson and performance laboratory weekly. May be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVB2321: Applied Trumpet

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. Individual instruction in trumpet. Private lesson and performance laboratory weekly. May be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVB2322: Applied French Horn II

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. Individual instruction in French horn. Private lesson and performance laboratory weekly. May be repeated twice for a total of 4 credits.

MVB2323: Applied Trombone

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. Individual instruction in trombone. Private lesson and performance laboratory weekly. May be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVB2324: Applied Euphonium

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. Individual instruction in euphonium. Private lesson and performance laboratory weekly. May be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVB2325: Applied Tuba

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. Individual instruction in tuba. Private lesson and performance laboratory weekly. May be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVB3331: Applied Trumpet

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. Individual instruction in trumpet. Private lesson and performance laboratory weekly. May be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVB3332: Applied French Horn III

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. Individual instruction in French horn. Private lesson and performance laboratory weekly. May be repeated twice for a total of 4 credits.

MVB3333: Applied Trombone

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. Individual instruction in trombone. Private lesson and performance laboratory weekly. May be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVB3334: Applied Euphonium

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. This course consists of individual instruction in euphonium with a private lesson and performance laboratory weekly. May be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVB3335: Applied Tuba

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. Individual instruction in tuba. Private lesson and performance laboratory weekly. May be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVB4341: Applied Trumpet

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. Individual instruction in trumpet. Private lesson and performance laboratory weekly. May be repeated for a total of 8 credits.

MVB4342: Applied French Horn IV

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. Individual instruction in French horn. Private lesson and performance laboratory weekly. May be repeated up to 4 times for a total of 8 credits.

MVB4343: Applied Trombone

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. Individual instruction in trombone. Private lesson and performance laboratory weekly. May be repeated up to 3 times for a total of 8 credits.

MVB4344: Applied Euphonium

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. Individual instruction in euphonium. Private lesson and performance laboratory weekly. May be repeated up to 3 times for a total of 8 credits.

MVB4345: Applied Tuba

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. Individual instruction in tuba. Private lesson and performance laboratory weekly. May be repeated up to 3 times for a total of 8 credits.

MVB4640: Brass Pedagogy

3

Description: This course is designed to provide students with an advanced understanding of teaching and performance techniques for brass instruments. Students will be provided with pedagogical knowledge of private brass instrument teaching including student motivation, tone production, technique, articulations, transpositions, and a survey of literature. Topics include the historical development of brass instruments, repertory and pedagogy, the study of pedagogical literature, and the proper performance practices for each historical period and genre studied.

MVJ1010: Jazz Piano I

1
Prerequisite:  Music major or consent of the instructor. Corequisite: MUT 1361. This course is designed for music majors who approach piano as a secondary instrument. The student will study basic jazz piano skills with emphasis on block chords, shell voicings, diatonic 7th chords, cycle progressions, and II-V-I's in major and minor keys.

MVJ1016: Applied Jazz Saxophone I

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor and admission to Music department.
Description: This course teaches jazz improvisation via the saxophone. Concepts such as mental practice are stressed. Also the inherent multicultural aspect of jazz comes to the foreground. Students are taught to examine all cultures for fresh musical devices, understanding that old material can be used in new settings and that knowledge is ageless. The basic tools of jazz improvisation and harmony are taught and are built upon in the successive levels of this course.
Repeatability: This course is repeatable one time for a total of 4 credit hours.

MVJ1018: Applied Jazz Trombone I

2

Description: This course provides individual study in jazz trombone. Students will study jazz vocabulary with emphasis on major and minor scales, diatonic triads and seventh chords, the ii-V-I progression, and solo transcriptions. Additional topics may include technical studies, etudes, and sight reading. Repertoire will be assigned based on the student's ability and will be chosen from a broad selection of jazz standards.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated for up to 4 credit hours.

MVJ1210: Jazz Piano II

1
Prerequisites: MVJ 1010, music major or consent of instructor. Corequisite: MUT 1362. This course is a continuation of Jazz Piano I and is designed for music majors who approach piano as a secondary instrument. The student will study advanced jazz piano skills with emphasis on II-V-I progressions, I-IV cycle progressions, modal voicings, tri-tone substitutions, and polychordal II-V-I's.

MVJ1318: Applied Jazz Bass I

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor and admission to Music department.
Description: This course teaches the first level in the sequence of jazz bass performance. For this course emphasis is placed on basic functionality of the instrument. This includes a thorough tutorial of scales, modes, and arpeggios, along with basic technical instruction on the instrument itself. The skills developed in this course are then expanded upon and enhanced in subsequent levels of this course.
Repeatability: This course is repeatable one time for a total of 4 credit hours.

MVJ1319: Applied Set Drums

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. Individual instruction in set drums. Private lesson and performance laboratory weekly. May be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVJ1743: Jazz Guitar Master Class I

2
Prerequisite:  Permission of instructor through audition during registration. The Jazz Guitar Master Class consists of theoretical concepts and how to apply them to the guitar. May be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVJ2228: Applied Jazz Trombone II

2

Description: This course provides individual study in jazz trombone. Students will study jazz vocabulary with emphasis on bebop scales, diminished scales, whole tone scales, the ii-V-I progression, and solo transcriptions. Additional topics may include technical studies, etudes, and sight reading. Repertoire will be assigned based on the student's ability and will be chosen from a broad selection of jazz standards.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated for up to 4 credit hours.

MVJ2326: Applied Jazz Saxophone II

2
Prerequisite:  Successful completion of MVJ 1016, or consent of instructor
Description: This course teaches jazz improvisation via the saxophone. Dorian, Melodic Minor, Diminished Scales, Pentatonic and interchangeable tetra chords are studied along with their application. Compositions of Dizzy Gillespie and Benny Golson are studied for specific harmonic issues.
Repeatability: This course is repeatable one time for a total of 4 credit hours.

MVJ2328: Applied Jazz Bass II

2
Prerequisite:  Successful completion of two semesters of MVJ 1318 or instructor consent.
Description: This course teaches the second level of jazz bass performance. For this course emphasis is placed on the function of the bass in an ensemble environment. This includes instruction on 'walking' bass lines and sight-reading. Influential bass players including Ray Brown, Paul Chambers, and Ron Carter are studied and analyzed. The skills developed in this course are then expanded upon and enhanced in subsequent levels of this course.
Repeatability: This course is repeatable one time for a total of 4 credit hours.

MVJ2329: Applied Set Drums

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. Individual instruction in set drums. Private lesson and performance laboratory weekly. May be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVJ3238: Applied Jazz Trombone III

2

Description: This course provides individual study in jazz trombone. Students will study jazz vocabulary with emphasis on modes of the melodic minor scale, pentatonic scales, upper structure triads and triad pairs, and solo transcriptions. Additional topics may include technical studies, etudes, and sight reading. Repertoire will be assigned based on the student's ability and will be chosen from a broad selection of jazz standards and modern jazz compositions.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated for up to 4 credit hours.

MVJ3338: Applied Jazz Bass III

2
Prerequisite:  Successful completion of two semesters of MVJ 2328 or instructor consent.
Description: For this course emphasis is placed on the solo potential of the bass. The great bass soloists throughout jazz history are studied and analyzed, including Jimmy Blanton, Scott LaFaro, and Eddie Gomez. The skills developed in this course are then expanded upon and enhanced in subsequent levels of this class.
Repeatability: This course is repeatable one time for a total of 4 credit hours.

MVJ3339: Applied Set Drums

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. Individual instruction in set drums. Private lesson and performance laboratory weekly. May be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVJ3436: Applied Jazz Saxophone III

2
Prerequisite:  Successful completion of MVJ 2326 or consent of instructor.
Description: This course teaches jazz improvisation via the saxophone. Additionally, it stresses the team player concept, the idea that the soloist interacts with a rhythm section and must learn to be confident in that environment. Compositions in the Bebop style are studied and compared to more melodic songs, the former for jazz lines and the latter for its melodic content. Piano chord voicings are studied to gain greater harmonic awareness.
Repeatability: This course is repeatable one time for a total of 4 credit hours.

MVJ3531: Applied Jazz Improvisation

2

Description: Students in this course take lessons in jazz improvisation on a specific instrument or voice. The course features an introduction to the basic principles of jazz improvisation through demonstrations by the instructor and through exercises in listening, writing, and performing. Students complete assignments using traditional methods and the tools of music technology. This course is restricted to students in the School of Music. Permission of the instructor is required. This course is repeatable for up to 8 credits.

MVJ4346: Applied Jazz Saxophone IV

2
Prerequisite:  Successful completion of MVJ 3436 or consent of instructor.
Description: This course teaches jazz improvisation via the saxophone. This is the highest level of Jazz Saxophone with an emphasis on performance and recital preparation. The student composes original pieces of music in conjunction with a variety of materials that bring cultural diversity into the class. This course represents a culmination of three years of study in this sequence.
Repeatability: This course is repeatable one time for a total of 4 credits.

MVJ4347: Applied Jazz Trombone IV

2

Description: This course provides individual study in jazz trombone. Students will study jazz vocabulary with emphasis on non-functional harmony. Additional topics may include technical studies, etudes, and sight reading. Repertoire will be assigned based on the student's ability and will be chosen from a broad selection of modern jazz compositions by Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Joe Henderson, and others.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated for up to 4 credit hours.

MVJ4348: Applied Jazz Bass IV

2
Prerequisite:  Successful completion of two semesters of MVJ 3338 or instructor consent.
Description: This course teaches the fourth and final level of jazz bass performance. For this course, advanced concepts for the bass are introduced, including the revolutionary teachings of Jaco Pastorius and Victor Wooten. Also, the compositions of advanced jazz composers such as Herbie Hancock and Wayne Shorter are studied and analyzed. This allows the student to experience a broad palette of styles and content designed to enhance the creative process.
Repeatability: This course is repeatable three times for a total of 8 credit hours.

MVJ4349: Applied Set Drums

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. Individual instruction in set drums. Private lesson and performance laboratory weekly. May be repeated up to 3 times for a total of 8 credits.

MVK1111: Class Piano I

1
Fundamentals of piano. One class hour per week. May be repeated for a total of 2 credits.

MVK1112: Class Piano II

1
Continuation of MVK 1111. Fundamentals of piano. One hour class per week. May be repeated for a total of 2 credits.

MVK1311: Applied Piano

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. Individual instruction in applied music in piano. Private lesson and performance laboratory weekly. May be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVK1313: Applied Organ

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. Individual instruction in applied music in organ. Private lesson and performance laboratory weekly. May be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVK2021L: Piano Elective for Non-Majors

1
Prerequisite:  Instructor permission
Description: This course provides non-required individual piano study for undergraduate students from all majors. This course is available to students of all levels of musical ability, with instructor permission. Topics covered may include piano technique, etudes, repertoire, sight-reading, and piano accompaniment. Piano literature covered will include a broad range of styles and genres.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated up to a total of ten credits.
Course Fees: $35

MVK2121: Class Piano III

1
Continuation of MVK 1112. Fundamentals of piano. One hour class per week. May be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVK2122: Class Piano IV

1
Continuation of MVK 2121. Fundamentals of piano. One hour class per week. May be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVK2321: Applied Piano

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. Individual instruction in applied music in piano. Private lesson and performance laboratory weekly. May be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVK2323: Applied Organ

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. Individual instruction in applied music in organ. Private lesson and performance laboratory weekly. May be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVK2750: Piano Studio Class

0

Co-requisite: one of MVK1311 (Applied Piano), MVK2321 (Applied Piano), MVK3331 (Applied Piano), or MVK4341 (Applied Piano).
Description: This weekly performance class provides participants with an opportunity to sharpen their performance skills and to practice performing in front of an audience of their peers and applied piano instructors. Students will observe and analyze performances, and will make suggestions to help improve subsequent performances. The course will also include, as time permits, an examination of famous and historic pianists, presentations related to career development, and masterclasses by visiting artists.

MVK3331: Applied Piano

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. Individual instruction in applied music in piano. Private lesson and performance laboratory weekly. May be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVK3333: Applied Organ

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. Individual instruction in applied music in organ. Private lesson and performance laboratory weekly. May be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVK3631: Elementary Piano Pedagogy

3

Description: This course includes a basic study of concepts necessary for successful private teaching at the elementary level and the principles of learning as applied to piano teaching. Various techniques for teaching pre-schoolers, older pre-college level students and adult beginning students will be examined and critiqued. Current method books with a variety of reading approaches will be considered. The emphasis will be on the specifics of teaching rhythm, note reading, keyboard technique, and the common problems associated with students in the first two years of study. This course may incorporate observing and/or assisting in the instruction of elementary piano lessons.

MVK3632: Intermediate Piano Pedagogy

3
Prerequisite:  MVK 3631
Description: This course is designed to prepare pedagogy students for teaching intermediate-level piano students through a study of technical concepts, teaching materials and methods, and appropriate literature from the historical style periods. The discussion of theory-based instruction and musicianship classes will be continued. Instruction includes an analytical study of the problems associated with transfer students: the appropriate techniques for confronting areas of deficiency with an emphasis upon solo literature as well as ensemble music for one, two or multiple pianos, and an examination of music instruction software, including accompanying compact discs, MIDI discs, theory computer programs, and music instruction videos. Alternative literature, including both solo and ensemble works by contemporary composers in the jazz/rock or Romantic styles will be examined. This course may incorporate observing and/or assisting in the instruction of intermediate-level piano lessons.

MVK3702: Choral Accompanying

1
Prerequisite:  MVK 2122
Description: In this course, students will develop skills to accompany choral and vocal groups on piano and other keyboard instruments. Students will read and analyze choral scores and develop skills to lead choral groups while performing on keyboard instruments. Students will develop and be able to perform a repertoire of representative choral literature appropriate for choral ensembles and musical theater.

MVK4241: Piano Elective

v. 1-2

Description: This course provides elective individual piano study. Music majors seeking secondary instrument emphasis and non-music majors pursuing elective piano instruction are both eligible for this course. Topics covered may include piano technique, etudes, repertoire, sight reading, and functional piano skills. Piano literature covered will include a broad range of styles and genres. This course may be taken for 1 or 2 credit hours.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated for up to a total of 10 credits.
Course Fees: $35

MVK4341: Applied Piano

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. Individual instruction in applied music in piano. Private lesson and performance laboratory weekly. May be repeated up to 3 times for a total of 8 credits.

MVK4343: Applied Organ

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. Individual instruction in applied music in organ. Private lesson and performance laboratory weekly. May be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVK4603: Pedagogy of Group Piano

v. 1-3

Description: This course encompasses the methodology of group piano teaching and a survey of materials for beginning through intermediate study in group keyboard teaching. Class projects include an evaluation of texts suitable for young beginners, adult classes and college courses in group piano instruction. The focus will be on issues of pacing in classroom teaching, curriculum building, need for supplementary material, and technical aspects such as rhythm drills, keyboard theory activities, and the use of exercises and etudes. Attendance on selected class days of UNF Class Piano I and III or Group Piano for Non-Majors will be required, and will lead to practice teaching of group lesson content.

MVK4641: Advanced Piano Pedagogy

3
Prerequisite:  MVK 3631 or MVK 4603
Description: This course is designed to prepare future piano teachers to instruct advanced-level pre-college students. The primary focus will be on teaching methods, materials and concepts for the advanced student. Instructional focus will be on scales, arpeggios and technical etudes necessary to develop and maintain keyboard facility and the practice techniques employed to tackle advanced-level literature. The characteristics of Baroque, Classical, Romantic, and Contemporary styles relating to standard piano literature will be studied, as well as the major composers of solo, ensemble and concerto piano literature. This course may incorporate observing and/or assisting in the instruction of advanced-level piano lessons.

MVK4941: Internship in Piano Pedagogy I

2

Description: This course is designed to give pedagogy students practical experience in the teaching of children's musicianship classes and private piano lessons under faculty supervision. The focus will be on beginning-level through intermediate-level pre-college students.

MVK4942: Internship in Piano Pedagogy II

2
Prerequisite:  MVK 4941
Description: This course is a continuation of Internship in Piano Pedagogy I and is designed to give pedagogy students practical experience in the teaching of children's musicianship classes and private piano lessons under faculty supervision. The focus will be on intermediate-level through advanced pre-college students.

MVP1311: Applied Percussion

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. Individual instruction in percussion instruments. Private lesson and performance laboratory weekly. May be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVP2321: Applied Percussion

v. 1-2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor.
Description: Individual instruction in percussion instruments. Private lesson and performance laboratory weekly. Repeatablity: May be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVP2323: Applied Timpani

1
Prerequisite:  Permission of the Instructor is required.
Description: This course involves applied lessons for timpani. Topics include fundamentals in technique, sound production, music reading, performance practice, and etude-based repertoire in orchestral and solo timpani genres. Departmental, instructor, and main applied professor permission are required.
Repeatability: May be repeated for a total of 2 credits.

MVP2324: Applied Orchestral Percussion

1
Prerequisite:  Departmental, instructor, and main applied professor permission required
Description: This course is focused on the study of orchestral percussion repertoire and concepts for instruments that may include, but are not limited to, xylophone, glockenspiel, snare drum, and accessories. Performance practice techniques and historical considerations will be presented within orchestral music works from the 17th century to present.
Repeatability: May be repeated for a total of 2 credits.

MVP3331: Applied Percussion

v. 1-2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor.
Description: Individual instruction in applied percussion. Private lesson and performance laboratory weekly.
Repeatability: May be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVP3333: Applied Timpani

1
Prerequisite:  Departmental, instructor, and main applied professor permission required
Description: This course involves applied lessons for timpani. Topics include developing skills built in technique, sound production, performance practice considerations, etude-based repertoire, solo repertoire, and orchestral repertoire
Repeatability: May be repeated for a total of 2 credits.

MVP3334: Applied Orchestral Percussion

1
Prerequisite:  Departmental, instructor, and main applied professor permission required
Description: This course is focused on the study of orchestral percussion repertoire and concepts for instruments that may include, but are not limited to, xylophone, glockenspiel, snare drum, and accessories. Performance practice techniques and historical considerations will be presented within orchestral music works from the 17th century to present.
Repeatability: May be repeated for a total of 2 credits.

MVP4341: Applied Percussion

v. 1-2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor.
Description: Individual instruction in percussion. Private lesson and performance laboratory weekly.
Repeatability: May be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVP4343: Applied Timpani

1
Prerequisites: Departmental, instructor, and main applied professor permission required.
Description: This course involves applied lessons for timpani. Topics include mastering advanced skills in timpani technique, sound production, performance practice considerations in 18th-21st centuries, solo timpani repertoire, orchestral timpani repertoire, and audition repertoire.
Repeatability: May be repeated for a total of 2 credits.

MVP4344: Applied Orchestral Percussion

1
Prerequisite:  Departmental, instructor, and main applied professor permission required
Description: This course is focused on the study of orchestral percussion repertoire and concepts for instruments that may include, but are not limited to, xylophone, glockenspiel, snare drum, and accessories. Performance practice techniques and historical considerations will be presented within orchestral music works from the 17th century to present.
Repeatability: May be repeated for a total of 2 credits.

MVP4640: Percussion Pedagogy

3

Description: This course is designed to provide students with an advanced understanding of teaching and performance techniques for percussion instruments. Students will be provided with pedagogical knowledge of private percussion instrument teaching including student motivation, tone production, technique, articulations, transpositions, and a survey of literature. Topics include the historical development of percussion instruments, repertory and pedagogy, the study of pedagogical literature, and the proper performance practices for each historical period and genre studied.

MVS1314: Applied String Bass

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. Individual instruction in string bass. Private lesson and performance laboratory weekly. May be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVS1316: Applied Guitar

2
Prerequisite:  Admission as music major; consent of instructor. Individual instruction in guitar. Private lesson and performance laboratory weekly. May be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVS1411: Applied Violin I

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. Individual instruction in violin will be given on a weekly basis. May be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVS1412: Applied Viola I

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. Individual instruction in viola will be given on a weekly basis. May be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVS1413: Applied Violoncello I

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. Individual instruction in violoncello will be given on a weekly basis. May be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVS2324: Applied String Bass

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. Individual instruction in string bass. Private lesson and performance laboratory weekly. May be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVS2326: Applied Guitar

2
Prerequisite:  Admission as music major; consent of instructor. Individual instruction in guitar. Private lesson and performance laboratory weekly. May be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVS2421: Applied Violin II

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. Individual instruction in violin will be given on weekly basis. May be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVS2422: Applied Viola II

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. Individual instruction in viola will be given on a weekly basis. May be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVS2423: Applied Violoncello II

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. Individual instruction in violoncello will be given on a weekly basis. May be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVS2703: Cello Class

0

Co-requisite: MVS 1413, MVS 2423, MVS 3433, or MVS 4443
Description: This weekly performance class provides students with the opportunity to practice performing while receiving constructive criticism from their peers and the instructor. Students will observe and analyze performances, and find solutions to help improve the performances of their peers.

MVS3334: Applied String Bass

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. Individual instruction in string bass. Private lesson and performance laboratory weekly. May be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVS3336: Applied Guitar

2
Prerequisite:  Admission as music major; consent of instructor. Individual instruction in guitar. Private lesson and performance laboratory weekly. May be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVS3431: Applied Violin III

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. Individual instruction in violin will be given on a weekly basis. May be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVS3432: Applied Viola III

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. Individual instruction in viola will be given on a weekly basis. May be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVS3433: Applied Violoncello III

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. Individual instruction in violoncello will be given on a weekly basis. May be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVS3530: Violin and Viola Repertory I

2

Description: his course is a study of violin and viola repertory from the Baroque Period through the Classical Period.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVS3531: Violin and Viola Repertory II

2

Description: This course is a study of violin and viola repertory from the Romantic Period through the 20th Century.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVS3532: Cello and Bass Repertory I

2

Description: This course is a study of cello and bass repertory from the Baroque Period through the Classical Period.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVS3533: Cello and Bass Repertory II

2

Description: This course is a study of cello and bass repertory from the Romantic Period through the 20th Century.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVS3601: Harp Pedagogy

3
Prerequisite:  Permission of the instructor.
Description: This course explores the many aspects of harp technique, including pedagogical methods and the repertoire appropriate for the teaching of harp at all levels.

MVS3630: Cello and Bass Pedagogy

3

Description: This course will cover the study of various cello/bass teaching methods and playing techniques as well as the selection of appropriate repertoire and studies for students of all levels. Methods will include developing proper playing and practicing techniques, correct playing posture and instrument hold, as well as exploration of the uses of scales and etudes. The instructor will present various exercises and excerpts and offer commentary. Students will analyze, discuss and present selected exercises as assigned by the instructor.

MVS3640: Violin and Viola Pedagogy

3
Prerequisite:  Permission of instructor.
Description: This course will cover the study of various violin/viola teaching methods and playing techniques as well as the selection of appropriate repertoire and studies for students of all levels. Methods will include developing proper playing and practicing techniques, correct playing posture and instrument hold, as well as exploration of the uses of scales and etudes. The instructor will present various exercises and excerpts and offer commentary. Students will analyze, discuss, and present selected exercises as assigned by the instructor.

MVS4344: Applied String Bass

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. Individual instruction in string bass. Private lesson and performance laboratory weekly. May be repeated up to 3 times for a total of 8 credits.

MVS4346: Applied Guitar

2
Prerequisite:  Admission as music major; consent of instructor. Individual instruction in guitar. Private lesson and performance laboratory weekly. May be repeated up to 3 times for a total of 8 credits.

MVS4441: Applied Violin IV

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. Individual instruction in violin will be given on a weekly basis. May be repeated up to 3 times for a total of 8 credits.

MVS4442: Applied Viola IV

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. Individual instruction in viola will be given on a weekly basis. May be repeated up to 3 times for a total of 8 credits.

MVS4443: Applied Violoncello IV

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor. Individual instruction in violoncello will be given on a weekly basis. May be repeated up to 3 times for a total of 8 credits.

MVS4542: Violin Orchestra Repertory

2

Description: This class focuses on the most challenging orchestral excerpts for violin. Each excerpt will be discussed and performed, addressing the technical demands as well as the broader context of how the excerpt fit into the orchestral composition.

MVS4543: Viola Orchestra Repertory

2

Description: This class focuses on the most challenging orchestral excerpts for viola. Each excerpt will be discussed and performed, addressing the technical demands as well as the broader context of how the excerpt fit into the orchestral composition.

MVS4544: Cello Orchestra Repertory

2

Description: This class focuses on the most challenging orchestral excerpts for cello. Each excerpt will be discussed and performed, addressing the technical demands as well as the broader context of how the excerpt fit into the orchestral composition.
Repeatability: Course may be repeated for up to 20 credit hours.

MVS4547: Bass Orchestra Repertory

2

Description: This class focuses on the most challenging orchestral excerpts for bass. Each excerpt will be discussed and performed, addressing the technical demands as well as the broader context of how the excerpt fit into the orchestral composition.

MVS4641: Advanced Violin and Viola Pedagogy

3

Description: This class consists of two and a half hours of instruction per week, focusing on violin and viola technique, teaching and applying concepts to repertoire. Learning is assessed each week through the student's ability to state their knowledge on the subject matter and their progression in their ability to teach technical concepts related to string playing. Other requirements such as presentations or papers will also be part of this class.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated for a maximum of 6 credits.

MVS4642: Advanced Cello and Bass Pedagogy

3

Description: This class consists of two and a half hours of instruction per week, focusing on cello and bass technique, teaching and applying concepts to repertoire. Learning is assessed each week through the student's ability to state their knowledge on the subject matter and their progression in their ability to teach technical concepts related to string playing. Other requirements such as presentations or papers will also be part of this class.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated for a maximum of 6 credits.

MVV1111: Class Voice

1

Description: This one-hour weekly course examines the fundamentals of vocal production.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated for a total of 2 credits.

MVV1311: Applied Voice

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor.
Description: Students receive individual instruction in applied voice and participate in performance laboratory each week.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVV1871: Voice for Non-majors I

2

Co-requisite: MUN 2310 or MUN 3313 or MUN 3323 or MUN 3333 or MUN 3343 or MUO 3503
Description: Individual instruction will be given in voice. Students receive weekly private lessons and participate in weekly performance laboratory. This course is open to non-voice performance majors and non-music majors.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVV2321: Applied Voice

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor.
Description: Students receive individual instruction in applied voice and participate in performance laboratory each week.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVV2872: Voice for Non-majors II

2

Co-requisite: MUN 3313 or MUN 3323 or MUN 3333 or MUN 3343 or MUO 3503 or MUN 2310
Description: Individual instruction will be given in voice. Students receive weekly private lessons and participate in weekly performance laboratory. This course is open to non-voice performance majors and non-music majors.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVV3331: Applied Voice

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor.
Description: Students receive individual instruction in applied voice and participate in performance laboratory each week.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVV3876: Voice for Non-majors III

2

Co-requisite: MUN 2310 or MUN 3313 or MUN 3323 or MUN 3333 or MUN 3343 or MUO 3503
Description: Individual instruction will be given in voice. Students receive weekly private lessons and participate in weekly performance laboratory. This course is open to non-voice performance majors and non-music majors.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVV3970: Junior Voice Recital

0
Prerequisite:  MVV 1311 and MVV 2321
Co-requisite: MVV 3331
Description: Music majors can present a junior recital during the fifth or sixth semester of voice study (MVV3331). This is a non credit course which provides important solo and collaborative performance opportunity and also preparation for the mandatory senior recital.

MVV4341: Applied Voice

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor.
Description: Students receive individual instruction in applied voice and participate in performance laboratory each week.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated up to 3 times for a total of 8 credits.

MVV4640: Vocal Pedagogy

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor
Description: The course examines various voice teaching methods.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVV4877: Voice for Non-majors IV

2

Co-requisite: MUN 2310 or MUN 3313 or MUN 3323 or MUN 3333 or MUN 3343 or MUO 3503
Description: Individual instruction will be given in voice. Students receive weekly private lessons and participate in weekly performance laboratory. This course is open to non-voice performance majors and non-music majors.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVV4971: Senior Voice Recital

0
Prerequisite:  MVV 1311, MVV 2321, and MVV 3331
Co-requisite: MVV 4341
Description: This course provides important solo and collaborative performance opportunity and is a requirement of the B.M. Music Performance - Classical Voice concentration.

MVW1211: Secondary Flute I

1
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor.
Description: Students receive individual instruction in flute and participate in performance laboratory each week.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated for a total of 2 credits.

MVW1213: Secondary Clarinet I

1
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor.
Description: Students receive individual instruction in clarinet and participate in performance laboratory each week.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated for a total of 2 credits.

MVW1311: Applied Flute I

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor.
Description: Students receive individual instruction in flute and participate in performance laboratory each week.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVW1312: Applied Oboe I

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor.
Description: Students receive individual instruction in oboe and participate in performance laboratory each week.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVW1313: Applied Clarinet I

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor.
Description: Students receive individual instruction in clarinet and participate in performance laboratory each week.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVW1314: Applied Bassoon I

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor.
Description: Students receive individual instruction in bassoon and participate in performance laboratory each week.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVW1315: Applied Saxophone

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor.
Description: Students receive individual instruction in saxophone and participate in performance laboratory each week.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVW2221: Secondary Flute II

1
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor.
Description: Students receive individual instruction in flute and participate in performance laboratory each week.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated for a total of 2 credits.

MVW2223: Secondary Clarinet II

1
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor.
Description: Students receive individual instruction in clarinet and participate in performance laboratory each week.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated for a total of 2 credits.

MVW2321: Applied Flute II

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor.
Description: Students receive individual instruction in flute and participate in performance laboratory each week.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVW2322: Applied Oboe II

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor.
Description: Students receive individual instruction in oboe and participate in performance laboratory each week.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVW2323: Applied Clarinet II

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor.
Description: Students receive individual instruction in clarinet and participate in performance laboratory each week.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVW2324: Applied Bassoon II

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor.
Description: Students receive individual instruction in bassoon and participate in performance laboratory each week.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVW2325: Applied Saxophone

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor.
Description: Students receive individual instruction in saxophone and participate in performance laboratory each week.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVW3231: Secondary Flute III

1
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor.
Description: Students receive individual instruction in flute and participate in performance laboratory each week.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated for a total of 2 credits.

MVW3233: Secondary Clarinet III

1
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor.
Description: Students receive individual instruction in clarinet and participate in performance laboratory each week.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated for a total of 2 credits.

MVW3331: Applied Flute III

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor.
Description: Students receive individual instruction in flute and participate in performance laboratory each week.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVW3332: Applied Oboe III

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor.
Description: Students receive individual instruction in oboe and participate in performance laboratory each week.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVW3333: Applied Clarinet III

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor.
Description: Students receive individual instruction in clarinet and participate in performance laboratory each week.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVW3334: Applied Bassoon

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor.
Description: Students receive individual instruction in bassoon and participate in performance laboratory each week.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVW3335: Applied Saxophone

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor.
Description: Students receive individual instruction in saxophone and participate in performance laboratory each week.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MVW4241: Secondary Flute IV

1
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor.
Description: Students receive individual instruction in flute and participate in performance laboratory each week.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated for a total of 2 credits.

MVW4243: Secondary Clarinet IV

1
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor.
Description: Students receive individual instruction in clarinet and participate in performance laboratory each week.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated for a total of 2 credits.

MVW4341: Applied Flute IV

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor.
Description: Students receive individual instruction in flute and participate in performance laboratory each week.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated up to 3 times for a total of 8 credits.

MVW4342: Applied Oboe IV

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor.
Description: Students receive individual instruction in oboe and participate in performance laboratory each week.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated up to 3 times for a total of 8 credits.

MVW4343: Applied Clarinet IV

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor.
Description: Students receive individual instruction in clarinet and participate in performance laboratory each week.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated up to 3 times for a total of 8 credits.

MVW4344: Applied Bassoon

2
Prerequisite:  MVW 3334 and consent of instructor
Description: Students receive individual instruction in bassoon and participate in performance laboratory each week.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated up to 3 times for a total of 8 credits.

MVW4345: Applied Saxophone

2
Prerequisite:  Consent of instructor.
Description: Students receive individual instruction in saxophone and participate in performance laboratory each week.
Repeatability: This course may be repeated up to 3 times for a total of 8 credits.

MVW4640: Woodwind Pedagogy

3

Description: This course is designed to provide students with an advanced understanding of teaching and performance techniques for woodwind instruments. Students will be provided with pedagogical knowledge of private woodwind instrument teaching including student motivation, tone production, technique, articulations, transpositions, and a survey of literature. Topics include the historical development of woodwind instruments, repertory and pedagogy, the study of pedagogical literature, and the proper performance practices for each historical period and genre studied.
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