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  Jul 25, 2017
 
2012-2013 Undergraduate Catalog [Archived]

Music Performance Major - Bachelor of Music


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(79-80 credits)

Core Courses (60-61 credits):


Other Basic Musicianship Courses (5 credits):


Performance (22 credits):


Note:


Students must enroll in eight semesters of performance courses.

Choose one of the following concentrations:


Concentration in Piano (19 credits)


Ensembles (7 credits):

Choose 2 credits from the following:

Music Literature (3 credits)


Concentration in Strings: Violin, Viola, Cello, or String Bass (19 credits)


Ensembles (10 credits):


Choose 8 credits from the following:

Choose 2 credits from the following:

Music Literature (3 credits):


Concentration in Brass: Trumpet, Horn, Trombone, Euphonium, or Tuba (19 credits)


Ensembles (10 credits):


Choose 8 credits from the following:

Choose 2 credits from the following:

Music Literature (3 credits):


Concentration in Percussion (19 credits):


Ensembles (10 credits):


Choose 6 credits from the following:

Choose 4 credits from the following:

Music Literature (3 credits):


Concentration in Woodwinds: Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon, or Saxophone (19 credits)


Ensembles (10 credits):


Choose 8 credits from the following:

Choose 2 credits from the following:

Music Literature (3 credits):


Concentration in Voice (19 credits):


Keyboard Proficiency


All music majors must pass a keyboard proficiency examination before graduation. Music education majors must pass the keyboard proficiency examination before student teaching. Further information about this requirement is available on the schools Web site.

Event Attendance


A large number of concerts and recitals representing a broad spectrum of musical styles and genres occur every semester. This resource of musical events is an integral part of a musician’s training. All music majors and minors must attend a specified number of concerts, recitals, and Contemporary Music Festival events before graduation. Information concerning this requirement is available in the school office.

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