Feb 28, 2024
MUS.-211 Applied Music IIICredits 1 / 1 Contact Hours
Pre-requisite: Placement into ACRD 080; MUS.-112 Note: Credit for private lessons.
Private vocal and instrumental music instruction. Fifteen private lessons each semester with a minimum of six additional hours of practice each week. Final examination by faculty jury. Additional private instruction is required. Auditions will be conducted prior to the beginning of each semester and may be arranged by contacting the College Music Office (762-0459).
- Develop all aspects of playing/singing, including correct posture, tone development, technique, breathing, musical expression and interpretation.
- Interpret and Develop a working knowledge of pedagogy and philosophy of approaching the instrument/voice at various levels
- Expand knowledge through the exploration and performance of various musical styles, forms, and genres of music from different periods of history and various cultures
- Develop an appreciation and understanding of western classical and non-western music
- Grow as an instrumentalists/vocalists, musicians and educators through consistent practice
- Develop the stage presence, poise and skills to perform on their own (solo) and with an accompanist
- Identify and Differentiate between all major and minor scales (all three forms)
- Examine various practice methods and determine their pros and cons as they apply to their own practice routine