UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN OSHKOSH

Course Offerings - MUSIC


73-009 Junior Recital 0 cr.

Required of the performance major. An elective course for any other student who qualifies. Prerequisite: Upper division status in applied music and consent of instructor. Pass/Fail Course.
73-016 Convocation 0 cr.

All music majors, with the exception of those involved in student teaching, therapy and merchandising internships, are required to register for Convocation each semester. Pass/Fail Course.
73-019 Senior Recital 0 cr.
Required of all music majors. Prerequisite: Upper division status in the applied music and consent of instructor. Pass/Fail Course.
73-100 Jazz Choir 1 cr.
An elective course open to all University students who qualify through audition.
73-102 Theory of Music for the General Student (HU) 3 cr.
A course designed to acquaint the non-majors or non-minors in music with the basic materials which make up the art of musical sound.
73-107 Basic Musicianship I 4 cr.
A course for the music major and minor which combines basic theory, sight singing and ear training.
73-108 Basic Musicianship II 4 cr.
Emphasis on harmonization and simple analysis. Prerequisite: 73-107.
73-111 University Opera Theatre 1 cr.
A study of opera materials and methods of production, culminating in an actual production of scenes or an opera each semester. Open to all University students who qualify by audition.
73-113 Recording Studio Techniques I 2 cr.
The fundamentals of sound and the recording process with emphasis on basic acoustics and transducers used to convert acoustical energy into storable magnetic impulses. Prerequisite: consent of instructor.
73-114 Recording Studio Techniques II 2 cr.
Emphasis placed on mixers, signal processing equipment, and sound monitoring, and including operational knowledge of studio gear. Prerequisite: 73-113 or consent of instructor.
73-116 Introduction to Music Literature 2 cr.
Units on: 1) materials of music; 2) listening and score reading; 3) Western and non-western music literature.
73-117 Introduction to Music Therapy I 1 cr.
Provides introductory information on the field of music therapy. Course is divided into two units: music therapy for children and adolescents, and music therapy for adults. Open only to music therapy majors.
73-118 Introduction to Music Therapy II 1 cr.
Course includes off-campus fieldwork with adults. Prerequisite: 73-117.
73-119 Introduction to Music Merchandising I 3 cr.
Careers in the total music industry, including the areas of merchandising, songwriting, arranging, publishing, and artist management. Open only to Music Merchandising majors.
73-120 Introduction to Music Merchandising II 3 cr.
A continuation of 73-119. Emphasis on music product advertising and promotion, artist management and concert promotion, and retail store policies and procedures relative to school business. Perquisite: 73-119.
73-121 University Wind Ensemble 1 cr.
Open to all students on campus who qualify through audition. The ensemble gives a minimum of one concert performance each semester.
73-122 Horn 1-4 cr.
Private lessons for the music major or minor covering appropriate technique and literature for the undergraduate performance level. Open to other university students with the permission of the department chair and the instructor.
73-123 Symphonic/Concert Band 1 cr.
Open to all students on campus who qualify through audition. The ensemble gives a minimum of one concert performance each semester.
73-124 Trumpet 1-4 cr.
Private lessons for the music major or minor covering appropriate technique and literature for the undergraduate performance level. Open to other university students with the permission of the department chair and the instructor.
73-126 Trombone 1-4 cr.
Private lessons for the music major or minor covering appropriate technique and literature for the undergraduate performance level. Open to other university students with the permission of the department chair and the instructor.
73-127 Jazz Lab Ensemble 1 cr.
Open to all students on campus who qualify through audition. The ensemble gives a minimum of one concert performance each semester.
73-128 Euphonium 1-4 cr.
Private lessons for the music major or minor covering appropriate technique and literature for the undergraduate performance level. Open to other university students with the permission of the department chair and the instructor.
73-129 Percussion Ensemble 1 cr.
Open to all students on campus who qualify through audition. The ensemble gives a minimum of one concert performance each semester.
73-130 Tuba 1-4 cr.
Private lessons for the music major or minor covering appropriate technique and literature for the undergraduate performance level. Open to other university students with the permission of the department chair and the instructor.
73-131 University Choir 1 cr.
Open to all students on campus who qualify through audition. The ensemble gives a minimum of one concert performance each semester.
73-136 Violin 1-4 cr.
Private lessons for the music major or minor covering appropriate technique and literature for the undergraduate performance level. Open to other university students with the permission of the department chair and the instructor.
73-137 Viola 1-4 cr.
Private lessons for the music major or minor covering appropriate technique and literature for the undergraduate performance level. Open to other university students with the permission of the department chair and the instructor.
73-138 Violoncello 1-4 cr.
Private lessons for the music major or minor covering appropriate technique and literature for the undergraduate performance level. Open to other university students with the permission of the department chair and the instructor.
73-139 Double Bass 1-4 cr.
Private lessons for the music major or minor covering appropriate technique and literature for the undergraduate performance level. Open to other university students with the permission of the department chair and the instructor.
73-140 Flute 1-4 cr.
Private lessons for the music major or minor covering appropriate technique and literature for the undergraduate performance level. Open to other university students with the permission of the department chair and the instructor.
73-141 University Symphony 1 cr.
Open to all students on campus who qualify through audition. The ensemble gives a minimum of one concert performance each semester.
73-142 Oboe 1-4 cr.
Private lessons for the music major or minor covering appropriate technique and literature for the undergraduate performance level. Open to other university students with the permission of the department chair and the instructor.
73-143 Bassoon 1-4 cr.
Private lessons for the music major or minor covering appropriate technique and literature for the undergraduate performance level. Open to other university students with the permission of the department chair and the instructor.
73-144 Clarinet 1-4 cr.
Private lessons for the music major or minor covering appropriate technique and literature for the undergraduate performance level. Open to other university students with the permission of the department chair and the instructor.
73-145 Introduction to Music Education 2 cr.

An introductory course in Music Education for the following purposes: To introduce students coming into the music education program to some of the major facets of music education. To assist prospective music education teachers in career choices. To acquaint prospective music educators with the multi-faceted role of the arts in the school setting with implications for society at large.
73-146 Saxophone 1-4 cr.
Private lessons for the music major or minor covering appropriate technique and literature for the undergraduate performance level. Open to other university students with the permission of the department chair and the instructor.
73-151 University Womens Chorus 1 cr.
Open to all students on campus who qualify through audition. The ensemble gives a minimum of one concert performance each semester.
73-161 Organ 1-2 cr.
Private lessons for the music major or minor. Covering appropriate technique and literature for the undergraduate performance level. Open to other university students with the permission of the department chair and the instructor.
73-169 Harp 1-2 cr.
Private lessons for the music major or minor. Covering appropriate technique and literature for the undergraduate performance level. Open to other university students with the permission of the department chair and the instructor.

73-171 Piano 1-4 cr.

Private lessons for the music major or minor. Covering appropriate technique and literature for the undergraduate performance level. Open to other university students with the permission of the department chair and the instructor.
73-173 Piano Class 1 cr.
A course for music majors or minors who are deficient in basic keyboard skills; includes keyboard harmony and improvisation as well as a study of literature commensurate with the individual student's progress.
73-174 Piano Class II 1 cr.
Same as 73-173 at a more advanced level of proficiency. Prerequisite: 73-173 or passing of proficiency test.
73-176 Brass Techniques 1 cr.
A practical study of brass instruments for music majors including methods of teaching brass in class or private lessons.
73-179 Guitar 1-2 cr.
Private lessons for the music major or minor. Covering appropriate technique and literature for the undergraduate performance level. Open to other university students with the permission of the department chair and the instructor.
73-180 Guitar Class 1 cr.
A course open to all University students who qualify by audition. Non-music majors/minors are required to pay a special music fee.
73-181 Voice 1-4 cr.
Private lessons for majors and minors in music who qualify by audition. Non-majors/minors are required to pay a special fee. Prerequisite: 73-183.
73-182 Voice Class 1 cr.

A beginning course in voice for the non-voice emphasis music major and the non- music major. This class is taught in a group setting and includes instruction in such basic vocal performance areas as: vocalization, rounds, two part songs, and beginning solo literature.

73-183 Applied Voice Class 1 cr.

A beginning course in voice for the voice emphasis student who either majors or minors in music. This required class is taught in a group setting and includes instruction in solo vocal performance, vocal terminology, and the study of the IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) for singers. Prerequisite: qualifying audition.
73-184 Voice Class II 1 cr.
Same as 73-182 at a more advanced level of proficiency. This course is for the non-voice music major and the non-music major. Prerequisite: 73-182.
73-185 Applied Voice Diction 1 cr.

A beginning course in diction for the voice emphasis student who either majors or minors in music. Class instruction includes an introduction to singing diction in Italian, German, and French languages. To be taken concurrently with the first semester of 73-181. Prerequisite: 73-183.
73-191 Percussion Instruments 1-4 cr.
Private lessons for majors and minors in music who qualify by audition. Non-majors/minors are required to pay a special fee.
73-204 Basic Musicianship III 3 cr.
Emphasis on chromatic materials in music, including ear training, sight singing, and analysis. Prerequisite: 73-108
73-205 Survey of Music History I 3 cr.
Music in every genre from antiquity to the Classical Era. Prerequisite: 73-116.
73-206 Basic Musicianship IV 3 cr.
Emphasis on materials of music of the late 19th and 20th centuries. Prerequisite: 73-204.
73-207 Survey of Music History II 3 cr.
Music in every genre from the Classical Era to the present day. Prerequisite: 73-205.
73-208 Chamber Music 1 cr.
A course for music majors and minors in performance of various types of small ensemble music. Open to all University students who qualify by audition.
73-214 Recording Studio Procedures 3 cr.
A "hands-on" course in procedures in the recording studio, with experiences in recording, overdubbing, and mixdown operations. Prerequisite: 73-114. Open only to Recording Technology majors.
73-215 African-American Popular Music: Rock and Roll (ES) 3 cr.
This course will study African-American popular music as it develops into the music commonly known as rock and roll. The study begins with the remnants of African musical traits that survived slavery and traces them through blues, ragtime, jazz to jump blues and rhythm and blues. From that point in the late 1940s the course will catalog the development of the various sub-styles: doo-wop, rockabilly, rhythm and blues crossover, girls' groups, motown, Memphis, surf, British invasion, funk, jazz-rock, art-rock, disco, metal, new wave, and punk. The discussion will focus on the musical traits of each, the relationship to African-American popular music, and the societal effects on the music as well as the musics' effect on society.

73-216 The Evolution of Jazz (HU) 3 cr.

Understanding the history of jazz music through listening and study of inherent styles. Open to all University students.
73-218 Survey of American Music (HU-ES) 3 cr.

An introduction to musical styles in American music as influenced by its social and cultural history. Open to all University students.
73-219 Music Appreciation (HU) 1-3 cr.
An introduction to serious music literature. A course open to all University students.
73-220 Advanced Music Merchandising 3 cr.
A survey of International Copyright agreements and music licensing, music advertising, and the record industry as it pertains to advertising and sales. Prerequisite: 73-120.
73-221 Honors: Music Appreciation (HU) 3 cr.
Presents a series of listening and viewing experiences that explore the elements of music and the history and evolution of musical styles. Musical diversity will be emphasized and current musical topics will be explored in depth through discussion and written essays. Prerequisite: Enrollment in the University Scholars Program.
73-233, 234 Music Theatre 1 cr.
Participation in the musical aspects of the performance. This may take the form of either stage or pit participation.
73-247 Composition 2-3 cr.
Assigned projects in composition for vocal and instrumental groups. Prerequisite: 73-206.
73-248 Composition 1-3 cr.
Assigned projects in composition for vocal and instrumental groups. Prerequisite: 73-247.
73-261 Applied Percussion Secondary 1 cr.
A course to be used as a requirement or an elective in the Bachelor of Music Education and Bachelor of Music Instrumental majors, depending on particular student needs.
73-263 Applied Woodwind Secondary 1 cr.
A course to be used as a requirement or an elective in the Bachelor of Music Education and Bachelor of Music Instrumental majors, depending on particular student needs.
73-265 Applied Brass Secondary 1 cr.
A course to be used as a requirement or an elective in the Bachelor of Music Education and Bachelor of Music Instrumental majors, depending on particular student needs.
73-267 Applied String Secondary 1 cr.
A course to be used as a requirement or an elective in the Bachelor of Music Education and Bachelor of Music Instrumental majors, depending on particular student needs.
73-273 Piano Class III 1 cr.
Same as 73-174 at a more advanced level of proficiency. Prerequisite: 73-174 or passing proficiency test.
73-274 Piano Class IV 1 cr.
Same as 73-273 at a more advanced level of proficiency. Prerequisite: 73-273 or passing proficiency test.
73-277 String Instrument Techniques 1 cr.
A practical study of string instruments for music majors including methods of teaching strings in class and private lessons.
73-287 Recreational Music 2 cr.

Musical experience on fretted and non-fretted instruments, Orff instruments, the guitar, autoharp and omnichord. Groups leading skills and active participation are stressed. Prerequisite: 73-117 and/or 73-108.
73-300 MIDI Studio Techniques (1+ 1) 2 cr.

An overview of all aspects of the MIDI production studio: MIDI language and functions, instruments, sequencing, score production, editing, synchronizing, and printing through hands-on experience. Prerequisite: 73-355 or consent of instructor.
73-301 Teaching and Supervising Instrumental Music 1 cr.
Organization, development, and administration of an instrumental program in the primary and secondary schools. Prerequisite: Instrumental Music Education majors with junior standing.
73-302 Teaching and Supervising Instrumental Music 1 cr.
A continuation of 73-301.
73-303/503 History and Literature of the Art Song 2 cr.
Elective course for all vocal majors, but open to all majors in music. Required for Bachelor of Music Voice Performance majors. Prerequisites: 73-205 and 73-207.
73-304/504 History and Literature of Opera 2 cr.
Elective course for all vocal majors, but open to all majors in music. Required for Bachelor of Music Voice Performance majors. Prerequisites: 73-205 and 73-207.
73-305 Session and Mixdown Techniques 2 cr.
A laboratory course designed to give students supervised recording studio experience. All aspects of production previously studied on a topical basis will be combined into a usable methodology for the student engineer. Upon successful completion of this course the student will be competent with studio procedures and with his/her role as engineer, producer, and musician.
73-306 Form and Analysis 2 cr.
A study of the forms and analysis of the materials as found in music of the Traditional and Modern periods of music. Prerequisite: 73-206.
73-307 Orchestration 2 cr.
A study of methods in arranging, adapting and orchestrating music for various types of ensembles. Prerequisites: 73-206.
73-308 Chamber Music 1 cr.
A course for music majors and minors in performance of various types of small ensemble music. Open to all University students who qualify by audition. Prerequisite: Junior standing.
73-311/611 University Opera Theatre 1 cr.
A study of opera materials and methods of production, culminating in an actual production of scenes or an opera each semester. Open to all University students who qualify by audition. Prerequisite: Junior standing.
73-313 Topics in Music 1-3 cr.
Special topics in music to be researched and prepared in written reports or presented in performance. Consent of instructor.
73-314 Record Industry Operations 3 cr.
A study of the internal workings of a recording studio. Contracts, publishing, management, advertising, and the roles of engineer and producer will be areas of concentration. Prerequisite: 73-214 or consent of instructor.
73-318 Music Fundamentals for Elementary Classroom Teachers (2+1) 3 cr.
Basic study of the elements of music and keyboard fundamentals for elementary education majors. Open only to elementary and special education majors.
73-319 Music Methods for Elementary Classroom Teachers 3 cr.
An interdisciplinary music methods course for elementary education majors.
73-321/621 University Wind Ensemble 1 cr.
Open to all students on campus who qualify through audition. The ensemble gives a minimum of one concert performance each semester. Prerequisite: Junior standing.
73-322 Horn 1-4 cr.
Private lessons for the music major or minor covering appropriate technique and literature for the advanced undergraduate performance level. Open to other university students with the permission of the department chair and the instructor. Prerequisites: 73-122 and successful completion of qualifying audition.
73-323 Symphonic/Concert Band 1 cr.
Open to all students on campus who qualify through audition. The ensemble gives a minimum of one concert performance each semester. Prerequisite: Junior standing.
73-324 Trumpet 1-4 cr.
Private lessons for the music major or minor covering appropriate technique and literature for the advanced undergraduate performance level. Open to other university students with the permission of the department chair and the instructor. Prerequisites: 73-124 and successful completion of qualifying audition.
73-326 Trombone 1-4 cr.
Private lessons for the music major or minor covering appropriate technique and literature for the advanced undergraduate performance level. Open to other university students with the permission of the department chair and the instructor. Prerequisites: 73-126 and successful completion of qualifying audition.
73-327 Jazz Lab Ensemble 1 cr.
Open to all students on campus who qualify through audition. The ensemble gives a minimum of one concert performance each semester. Prerequisite: Junior standing.
73-328 Euphonium 1-4 cr.
Private lessons for the music major or minor covering appropriate technique and literature for the advanced undergraduate performance level. Open to other university students with the permission of the department chair and the instructor. Prerequisites: 73-128 and successful completion of qualifying audition.
73-329 Percussion Ensemble 1 cr.
Open to all students on campus who qualify through audition. The ensemble gives a minimum of one concert performance each semester. Prerequisite: Junior standing.
73-330 Tuba 1-4 cr.
Private lessons for the music major or minor. Covering appropriate technique and literature for the advanced undergraduate performance level. Open to other university students with the permission of the department chair and the instructor. Prerequisites: 73-130 and successful completion of qualifying audition.
73-331/631 University Choir 1 cr.
Open to all students on campus who qualify through audition. The ensemble gives a minimum of one concert performance each semester. Prerequisite: Junior standing.
73-333/633 Chamber Choir 1 cr.
An ensemble for performance of chamber choral literature. Open to all University students who qualify by audition.
73-336 Violin 1-4 cr.
Private lessons for the music major or minor covering appropriate technique and literature for the advanced undergraduate performance level. Open to other university students with the permission of the department chair and the instructor. Prerequisites: 73-136 and successful completion of qualifying audition.
73-337 Viola 1-4 cr.
Private lessons for the music major or minor covering appropriate technique and literature for the advanced undergraduate performance level. Open to other university students with the permission of the department chair and the instructor. Prerequisites: 73-137 and successful completion of qualifying audition.
73-338 Violoncello 1-4 cr.
Private lessons for the music major or minor covering appropriate technique and literature for the advanced undergraduate performance level. Open to other university students with the permission of the department chair and the instructor. Prerequisites: 73-138 and successful completion of qualifying audition.
73-339 Double Bass 1-4 cr.
Private lessons for the music major or minor covering appropriate technique and literature for the advanced undergraduate performance level. Open to other university students with the permission of the department chair and the instructor. Prerequisites: 73-139 and successful completion of qualifying audition.

73-340 Flute 1-4 cr.

Private lessons for the music major or minor covering appropriate technique and literature for the advanced undergraduate performance level. Open to other university students with the permission of the department chair and the instructor. Prerequisites: 73-140 and successful completion of qualifying audition.
73-341/641 University Symphony 1 cr.
Open to all students on campus who qualify through audition. The group gives a minimum of one concert performance each semester. Prerequisite: Junior standing.
73-342 Oboe 1-4 cr.
Private lessons for the music major or minor covering appropriate technique and literature for the advanced undergraduate performance level. Open to other university students with the permission of the department chair and the instructor. Prerequisites: 73-142 and successful completion of qualifying audition.
73-343 Bassoon 1-4 cr.
Private lessons for the music major or minor covering appropriate technique and literature for the advanced undergraduate performance level. Open to other university students with the permission of the department chair and the instructor. Prerequisites: 73-143 and successful completion of qualifying audition.
73-344 Clarinet 1-4 cr.
Private lessons for the music major or minor covering appropriate technique and literature for the advanced undergraduate performance level. Open to other university students with the permission of the department chair and the instructor. Prerequisites: 73-144 and successful completion of qualifying audition.
73-345/545 Jazz Theory and Improvisation 3 cr.
A course for music majors in the materials of jazz music. Prerequisite: 73-206 and 73-216.
73-346 Saxophone 1-4 cr.
Private lessons for the music major or minor covering appropriate technique and literature for the advanced undergraduate performance level. Open to other university students with the permission of the department chair and the instructor. Prerequisites: 73-146 and successful completion of qualifying audition.
73-347 Composition 2-3 cr.
Assigned projects in composition for vocal and instrumental groups. Prerequisite: 73-248.
73-348 Composition 2-3 cr.
Assigned projects in composition for vocal and instrumental groups. Prerequisite: 73-347.
73-349/649 Early Music Ensemble 1 cr.
A small ensemble of Medieval and Renaissance instruments and voices performing music of these periods; open to all University students who qualify by audition.
73-351 University Womens Chorus 1 cr.
Open to all students on campus who qualify through audition. The group gives a minimum of one concert performance each semester. Prerequisite: Junior standing.
73-355 Practicum I 1 cr.
Practical learning experiences in the music industry with on-the-job observation and participation.
73-356 Practicum II 1 cr.
Same as 73-355, but in a different setting in a more varied experience. Prerequisite: 73-355 or consent of instructor.
73-357 Practicum in Recording Technology I 1 cr.

An in depth laboratory experience with techniques and equipment discussed in previous recording technology courses. Practical application of skills acquired in micing, tracking, overdubbing, mixing, use of signal processing equipment, analog and digital recording practices, editing, mastering, synchronization, and video post production. This course is essentially topic driven, with each class meetings demonstrating an aspect of the recording process. Prerequisite: 73-305 (Can be repeated once for additional credit.)

73-358 Practicum in Recording Technology II 1 cr.

A continuation of the 73-357 laboratory experience. Advanced topics in micing, tracking, overdubbing, mixing, use of signal processing equipment, analog and digital recording practices, editing, mastering, synchronization, and video post production. This is essentially topic driven, with each class meeting time used to focus on an aspect of the recording process. Prerequisite: 73-305 (Can be repeated once for addition credit.)

73-361 Organ 1-4 cr.

Private lessons for the music major or minor covering appropriate technique and literature for the advanced undergraduate performance level. Open to other university students with the permission of the department chair and the instructor. Prerequisite: 73-161 and successful completion of qualifying audition.
73-362 Applied String Secondary 1-4 cr.
A course to be used as a requirement or an elective in the Bachelor of Music Education and Bachelor of Music Instrumental majors, depending on particular student needs.
73-363 Applied Woodwind Secondary 1-4 cr.
A course to be used as a requirement or an elective in the Bachelor of Music Education and Bachelor of Music Instrumental majors, depending on particular student needs.
73-365 Applied Brass Secondary 1-4 cr.
A course to be used as a requirement or an elective in the Bachelor of Music Education and Bachelor of Music Instrumental majors, depending on particular student needs.
73-369 Harp 1-2 cr.
Private lessons for the music major or minor covering appropriate technique and literature for the advanced undergraduate performance level. Open to other university students with the permission of the department chair and the instructor. Prerequisite: 73-169 and successful completion of qualifying audition.
73-371 Piano 1-4 cr.
Private lessons for the music major or minor covering appropriate technique and literature for the advanced undergraduate performance level. Open to other university students with the permission of the department chair and the instructor. Prerequisite: 73-171 and successful completion of qualifying audition.
73-373 Piano Class V 1 cr.
Same as 73-274 at a more advanced level of proficiency. Prerequisite: 73-274 or passing proficiency test.
73-374 Piano Class VI 1 cr.
Same as 73-373 at a more advanced level of proficiency. Prerequisite: 73-373 or passing proficiency test.
73-375 Woodwind Techniques 1 cr.
A practical study of woodwind instruments for music majors including methods of teaching woodwind in class or private lessons.
73-377 Percussion Techniques 1 cr.
A practical study of percussion instruments for music majors including methods of teaching percussion in class or private lessons.
73-379 Guitar 1-2 cr.
Private lessons for the music major or minor covering appropriate technique and literature for the advanced undergraduate performance level. Open to other university students with the permission of the department chair and the instructor. Prerequisite: 73-179 and successful completion of qualifying audition.
73-381 Voice 1-4 cr.
Private lessons for majors and minors in music who qualify by audition. Non-majors/minors are required to pay a special fee. Prerequisite: Junior standing and 73-181.
73-384 Teaching and Supervising Elementary General Music 3 cr.
An elementary general music methods course for music education majors and minors. Prerequisites: Music Education major; junior standing.
73-385 Choral Methods 2 cr.
A course designed to meet the needs of future teachers by examining the organization and administration of public school choral programs, surveying appropriate choral literature, and studying the basic techniques of choral arranging. Prerequisite: To be taken prior to or concurrent with the junior clinical experience.
73-386 Music for the Junior and Senior High School General Student 2 cr.
Provides music majors with materials appropriate to the junior and senior high school student, including experiences in singing, listening, and creativity. Prerequisite: Music Education major with junior standing.
73-387 Instrumental Conducting 2 cr.
Fundamental conducting techniques, including transposition and score reading, as well as experience in conducting an instrumental ensemble. Prerequisite: Music major or minor with Junior standing.
73-388 Choral Conducting 2 cr.
Fundamental knowledge and skills of choral conducting, including score preparation and conducting of live performance in class. Prerequisite: Music major or minor with Junior standing.
73-389 Choral Techniques 2 cr.
Further study of choral conducting techniques including score study, rehearsal techniques, and special areas such as: tone quality, intonation, blend, style, articulation, and phrasing. Prerequisite: 73-387 or 73-388.
73-390 Practicum in Music Therapy 1 cr.
Supervised observation and participation in music therapy sessions with mentally and/or physically handicapped children and adults. Course may be repeated for up to a total of 6 credits. Prerequisite: 73-117, 73-118, and 73-108. Open only to Music Therapy majors.

73-391 Percussion Instruments 1-2-4 cr.

Private lessons for the music major or minorc covering appropriate technique and literature for the advanced undergraduate performance level. Open to other university students with the permission of the department chair and the instructor. Prerequisite: 73-1xx and successful completion of qualifying audition.
73-399 Instrumental Ensemble Lab 2 cr.
Further study of instrumental conducting techniques. Small ensembles are utilized to develop such areas of score study, tone, blend, articulation, style, phrasing, and balance. Prerequisite: 73-387.
73-401 Psychology of Music I 2 cr.
Course involves study of musical behaviors and the scientific bases for study of human responses to musical stimuli. Prerequisite: 73-206, junior standing, and consent of instructor. Open only to Music Therapy majors.
73-402 Psychology of Music II 2 cr.
Course is a continuation of 73-401. Prerequisite: 73-401.
73-403/603 History and Literature of Instrumental Chamber Music 2 cr.
A survey of instrumental chamber music from Joseph Haydn to George Crumb. An elective course open to the music major and minor. Prerequisites: 73-205 and 73-207.
73-404/604 History and Literature of Symphonic Music 2 cr.
A survey of the symphony from the pre-Classical era to the present day. An elective course open to the music major and minor. Prerequisites: 73-205 and 73-207.
73-406 Influence of Music on Behavior 3 cr.
Course involves study of theoretical, philosophical foundations of music therapy and practical application of therapeutic techniques for children. Prerequisite: Senior standing. Open only to Music Therapy majors.

73-407 Music in Therapy 3 cr.

Course involves study of various populations and includes practical application of therapeutic techniques for adults. Prerequisite: 73-406.
73-408 Clinical Experience 2 cr.
Six months of clinical training as a music therapy intern in a clinical training facility approved by the National Association for Music Therapy. All coursework leading to a Bachelor of Music degree in music therapy must be completed before internship. After successful completion of the internship, the student is eligible for registration with National Association for Music Therapy. Prerequisite: consent of instructor.
73-409/609 Practical Scoring for Band 2 cr.
A study of methods in arranging music for the concert band. Prerequisite: 73-206.
73-410/610 Electronic Music 2 cr.
The basic principles and techniques of electronic music along with their applications through creative experiences in the Electronic Music Studio. Prerequisite: 73-206.
73-414 Electronic Care and Repair 1 cr.

A course in the basic maintenance and repair of the recording equipment through practical "hands-on" experience. Students will complete electronic calibration of recording gear, complete basic soldering and wiring of studio interconnections, and develop an understanding of routine studio maintenance. Prerequisite: Must be enrolled in the Recording Technology emphasis.

73-415/615 Instrument Care and Repair 1 cr.

Care and repair of 1) string instruments, 2) wind instruments, 3) piano. May be repeated for additional credit. Prerequisite: consent of instructor.
73-416/616 Current Trends in Music Education 2 cr.
Presents the Orff and Dalcroze approaches to music education. Deals with types of creativity appropriate for teaching music to children. This includes the Kodaly method. Prerequisite: Music Education major with Junior standing.
73-417/617 Techniques for Jazz Arrangers 2 cr.
A course in arranging music for Jazz ensembles. Prerequisite: 73-307.
73-418/618 Jazz Pedagogy and Conducting Lab 2 cr.
Fundamental knowledge and skills of Jazz ensemble conducting, including score preparation and rehearsal techniques. Prerequisite: 73-345.
73-444 Internship 4 cr.
Assignment to a business in the music industry for on-the-job training and experience for a period of 14 weeks. The type of assignment will be determined in conference with the coordinator of the Merchandising Program. Prerequisite: Completion of all music merchandising courses and the music major.
73-445 Internship in Recording Technology 4 cr.

An on site study at a professional audio recording facility. Designed as the culmination of the studies in Recording Technology, this course places the student in the workplace to experience first hand the techniques and skills utilized in the audio recording profession. Prerequisites: Completion of all other required courses in degree program.

73-446 Independent Study 1-3 cr.

See Independent Study under Course and Academic Advisement Policies information for general course description, general prerequisites, and proper contract form requirements.
73-447 Composition 2-4 cr.
Assigned projects in composition for vocal and instrumental groups. Prerequisite: 73-348.
73-448 Composition 2-4 cr.
Assigned projects in composition for vocal and instrumental groups. Prerequisite: 73-447.
73-474 Honors: Thesis 1-6 cr.
Prerequisites: University scholar status and junior standing. Honors thesis projects include any advanced independent endeavor in the student's major field of study e.g., a written thesis, scientific experiment or research project, or creative arts exhibit or production. Proposals (attached to Independent Study contract) must show clear promise of honors level work and be approved by a faculty sponsor. Course title for transcript will be Honors Thesis. Completed projects will be announced and presented to interested students and faculty. Maximum of 6 credits.
73-476/676, 477/677 Piano Literature 2 cr.
A survey of piano literature required of all Bachelor of Music Piano majors, and an elective for all music majors. Prerequisite: 73-205 and 73-207.
73-478 Piano Pedagogy I 2 cr.
Basic principles of pedagogy as applied to private and group lessons for beginning piano students. Required for Bachelor of Music Piano Performance majors. Prerequisite: consent of instructor.
73-479 Piano Pedagogy II 2 cr.
Teaching skills applied to more advanced students in keyboards. Prerequisite: 73-478.

73-485/685 Vocal Pedagogy 2 cr.

Basic principles of vocal pedagogy for the voice emphasis student. Course includes a study of historical and contemporary concepts of vocal instruction; study of anatomy, structure, and terminology of the vocal instrument; vocal health; and practical application of methodology within the context of private and classroom vocal instruction. Required for Bachelor of Music-Vocal Performance majors and Bachelor of Music Education-Choral Majors. Prerequisite: 73-381 status or consent of instructor.

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