Music

MUSI 2277

Designed to give students experience in small ensemble participation. This group performs a wide variety of a cappella music.

Chamber Choir
1
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MUSI 2247

Open to saxophonists, trombonists, trumpeters, percussionists, guitarists, bassists and pianists regardless of academic major. The ensemble involves study, rehearsal, and performance of selected literature of all styles and more specifically explores a variety of big-band, jazz, jazz-rock, Latin, funk and other styles of jazz music. The jazz ensemble works with a variety of soloists from vocalists to instrumentalists.

Jazz Ensemble
1
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MUSI 1172

Open to all students and members of the community who can play an appropriate orchestral instrument, space permitting. This course is designed to present the study and performance of orchestral literature appropriate to the ability of its members.

University-Community Symphony Orchestra
1
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MUSI 1169

The Wind Ensemble is a group of wind and percussion students performing the highest quality literature for the wind band medium in order to develop individual aesthetic sensitivity and awareness. Emphasis is on the development of individual and ensemble musicianship and performance skills through the study of diverse and fine literature for wind instruments.

Wind Ensemble
1
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MUSI 1168

Open to students who play a band instrument or have the necessary skills to participate in one of the auxiliary units such as flags, rifles, or twirlers.

Marching Band
2
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MUSI 1167

A large mixed chorus open to all students. The Collegiates perform literature from the Renaissance to modern and popular styles. 

Collegiate Singers
1
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MUSI 1141

Open to students who have sufficient musical background and vocal quality to merit individual instruction. The principles of proper vocal production are stressed, with later emphasis upon solo repertoire in English, Italian, German, and French.

Voice I-IV; 3341 Voice I-IV (last 4 semesters)
1-2
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MUSI 1139

A study of the fundamentals of voice production: breathing, resonance, articulation, and style. 

Voice Class (first semester)
1
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MUSC 1120

An introduction to Western music, the music of other cultures and styles of popular music. Students are encouraged to develop their own perspectives, talents, listening/critical skills, and appreciation for the musical interests of others. 

Music Appreciation
3
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MUSI 1107

One credit hour equals one half-hour private piano lesson per week. Two credit hours equal one one-hour private lesson per week. Students must consult with instructor for lesson placement during the first week of classes. 

Piano 3307 Upper-level Piano
1-2
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