MUSI - Music-General

MUSI 101IA. Enjoyment of Music. 3 Credits. (3 Lec) S

Introduces students to the rich legacy of Western Art Music, defined as notated musical traditions in Europe and later in the USA from liturgical chant to the present. Explores the historical context that led to the development of important genres and influenced the lives of composers. Facilitates active listening and curious inquiry into the language of music.

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2020 Summer Semester10623801First Half Session-ONLINEWEB -
2020 Summer Semester10664802Second Half Session-ONLINEWEB -

MUSI 106. Music Theory II. 3 Credits. (3 Lec) S

PREREQUISITE: MUSI 105. Continuation of study of materials used in the previous semester: diatonic harmony and analysis in the common practice style, musical notation and language, function and interaction of the elements of music.

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2020 Summer Semester10710801First Half Session-- -

MUSI 133IA. Country Music: Cowboys, Opry, and Nashville. 3 Credits. (3 Lec) Su

An inquiry into Country Music, with an emphasis on its major performers, songwriters, songs, institutions, and impact on American society and culture.

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2020 Summer Semester11387801First Half Session-ONLINEWEB -

MUSI 203IA. American Popular Music. 3 Credits. (3 Lec) F,S

A study of the way in which American popular music is a product of the social, political, and historical context in which it developed, and in turn how this context was shaped by this music.

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2020 Summer Semester10709802First Half Session-ONLINEWEB -
2020 Summer Semester10719803Second Half Session-ONLINEWEB -

MUSI 307IA. World Music. 3 Credits. (3 Lec) F,S

PREREQUISITE: Junior standing. Music, culture, and meaning within different traditions and styles from around the world.

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2020 Summer Semester10423801First Half Session-ONLINEWEB -

MUSI 348. Ensemble. 1 Credit. (1 Lab, Max 8 cr)

PREREQUISITE: Successful audition. Selected students perform in small, coached instrumental and vocal ensemble performance. May be repeated.

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2020 Summer Semester10148002Full Semester-- -

MUSI 450. Recital. 1 Credit. (1 Ind; max unlimited) F,S,Su

COREQUISITE: MUSI 395 or MUSI 495. Selection of appropriate program of works suited to student's abilities, preparation for performance. May be repeated.

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2020 Summer Semester10362001Intersession-- -

MUSI 495. Applied Music IV. 1-2 Credits. (1-2 Stu; Max 8 Enrollments)

PREREQUISITE: MUSI 395 and successful audition. Continued study of techniques of performance and interpretation to develop musical ability, expressivity, accuracy, and stylistic awareness in student's performance area. May be repeated (maximum of eight enrollments).

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2020 Summer Semester10363001Intersession-- -

MUSI 504. Studies in Hist and Analysis. 3 Credits. (3 Lec) Su alternate years, to be offered even years.

PREREQUISITE: MUSI 206, MUSI 301, MUSI 302. Review and study of the history of music, with an emphasis on specific works. Review and practice of analytical and theoretical procedures and concepts in a variety of musical genres and styles.

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2020 Summer Semester11388801First Half Session-ONLINEWEB -

MUSI 550. Graduate Recital. 1 Credit. (1 Ind) F,S,Su

PREREQUISITE: MUED 560. Formal recital to include works from different eras.

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MUSI 595. Applied Music. 1-2 Credits. (1-2 Stu)F,S,Su

PREREQUISITE: MUSI 495 or demonstrated proficiency and consent of instructor. Advanced studies of techniques of performance and interpretation to develop musical ability, expression, accuracy and stylistic awareness in student's performance area. May be repeated.

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2020 Summer Semester10432001Intersession-- -