May 25, 2022  
2017-2018 Catalog 
    
2017-2018 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Music Theory

  
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    MUT 1241 - Aural Theory I


    (1 Credit Hour)
    (A.A.)


    Three hours per week.

    This course is required of all music pre-majors and must be taken concurrently with MUT 1111 . This course is designed to begin training in aural recognition and vocal realization of materials used in music composition. Classes include rhythmic, melodic and harmonic dictation and sight singing. A computer- assisted instructional (CAI) laboratory for individual aural skills drill and practice is provided.


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    MUT 1242 - Aural Theory II


    (1 Credit Hour)
    (A.A.)


    Three hours per week. Prerequisites: MUT 1241  with a grade of “C” or better.

    This course is required of all music pre-majors and must be taken concurrently with MUT 1112 . This course is a continuation of studies mastered in MUT 1241 . A CAI laboratory for individual aural skills drill and practice is provided.


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    MUT 1641 - Introduction to Jazz Improvisation


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    This course is designed to prepare the student for successful study of college-level improvisation. Scale and arpeggio patterns are played by the class to improve instrumental technique. Basic elements of jazz theory are discussed and analyzed.


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    MUT 2116 - Music Theory III


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    Three hours per week. Prerequisites: MUT 1112  with a grade of “C” or better.

    This course is required of all music pre-majors and must be taken concurrently with MUT 2246 . This course is a continuation of MUT 1112 .


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    MUT 2117 - Music Theory IV


    (3 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    Three hours per week. Prerequisites: MUT 2116  with a grade of “C” or better.

    This course is required of all music pre-majors and must be taken concurrently with MUT 2247 . This course is a continuation of MUT 2116 .


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    MUT 2246 - Aural Theory III


    (1 Credit Hour)
    (A.A.)


    Three hours per week. Prerequisites: MUT 1242  with a grade of “C” or better.

    This course is required of music premajors and must be taken concurrently with MUT 2116 . This course is designed to continue training in aural recognition and vocal realization of materials used in music composition. Classes include rhythmic, melodic and harmonic dictation and sight singing. A CAI laboratory for individual aural skills drill and practice is provided.


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    MUT 2247 - Aural Theory IV


    (1 Credit Hour)
    (A.A.)


    Three hours per week. Prerequisites: MUT 2246  with a grade of “C” or better.

    This course is required of all music pre-majors and must be taken concurrently with MUT 2117 . This course is a continuation of skills mastered in MUT 2246 . A CAI laboratory for individual aural skills drill and practice is provided.


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Applied Music: Brasses

  
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    MVB 1011A - Applied Preparatory Music I - Trumpet


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week.

    One-on-one instruction designed to develop fundamentals of reading music, technical skills and performance of elementary level classical music. Includes study of scales, chords and arpeggios. Final examination consists of prepared program of technique and literature performed for the instructor. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVB 1011B - Applied Preparatory Music II - Trumpet


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week. Prerequisites: MVB 1011A  with a grade of “B” or higher or permission of instructor.

    One-on-one instruction designed to develop fundamentals of reading skills, technique and repertoire at the upper elementary/ early intermediate level. Final examination is performed before a panel of applied music instructors when application for further study at the next higher level (Applied I) is made. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVB 1012A - Applied Preparatory Music I - Horn


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week.

    One-on-one instruction designed to develop fundamentals of reading music, technical skills and performance of elementary level classical music. Includes study of scales, chords and arpeggios. Final examination consists of prepared program of technique and literature performed for the instructor. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVB 1012B - Applied Preparatory Music II – Horn


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week. Prerequisites: MVB 1012A  with a grade of “B” or higher or permission of instructor.

    One-on-one instruction designed to develop fundamentals of reading skills, technique and repertoire at the upper elementary/ early intermediate level. Final examination is performed before a panel of applied music instructors when application for further study at the next higher level (Applied I) is made. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVB 1013A - Applied Preparatory Music I - Trombone


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week.

    One-on-one instruction designed to develop fundamentals of reading music, technical skills and performance of elementary-level classical music. Includes study of scales, chords and arpeggios. Final examination consists of prepared program of technique and literature performed for the instructor. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVB 1013B - Applied Preparatory Music II – Trombone


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week. Prerequisites: MVB 1013B with a grade of “B” or higher or permission of instructor.

    One-on-one instruction designed to develop fundamentals of reading skills, technique and repertoire at the upper elementary/ early intermediate level. Final examination is performed before a panel of applied music instructors when application for further study at the next higher level (Applied I) is made. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVB 1014A - Applied Preparatory Music I - Euphonium


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week.

    One-on-one instruction designed to develop fundamentals of reading music, technical skills and performance of elementary-level classical music. Includes study of scales, chords and arpeggios. Final examination consists of prepared program of technique and literature performed for the instructor. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVB 1014B - Applied Preparatory Music II – Euphonium


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week. Prerequisites: MVB 1014A  with a grade of “B” or higher or permission of instructor.

    One-on-one instruction designed to develop fundamentals of reading skills, technique and repertoire at the upper elementary/ early intermediate level. Final examination is performed before a panel of applied music instructors when application for further study at the next higher level (Applied I) is made. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVB 1015A - Applied Preparatory Music I - Tuba


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week.

    One-on-one instruction designed to develop fundamentals of reading music, technical skills and performance of elementary-level classical music. Includes study of scales, chords and arpeggios. Final examination consists of prepared program of technique and literature performed for the instructor. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVB 1015B - Applied Preparatory Music II – Tuba


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week. Prerequisites: MVB 1015A  with a grade of “B” or higher or permission of instructor.

    One-on-one instruction designed to develop fundamentals of reading skills, technique and repertoire at the upper elementary/ early intermediate level. Final examination is performed before a panel of applied music instructors when application for further study at the next higher level (Applied I) is made. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVB 1311 - Applied Music - Trumpet I


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week.

    This course includes the development of trumpet intermediate level reading and technical skills and study of standard intermediate classical repertoire. Range, tone, articulation and speed are developed through study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. Memorization is required as appropriate. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the semester. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVB 1311B - Applied Music - Trumpet IB


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week. Prerequisites: MVB 1311  or equivalent.

    This course includes the development of trumpet intermediate level reading and technical skills and study of standard intermediate classical repertoire. Range, tone, articulation and speed are developed through study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. Memorization is required as appropriate. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the semester. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVB 1312 - Applied Music - Horn I


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week.

    This course includes the development of horn intermediate level reading and technical skills and study of standard intermediate classical repertoire. Range, tone, articulation and speed are developed through study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. Memorization is required as appropriate. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the semester. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVB 1312B - Applied Music - Horn IB


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week. Prerequisites: MVB 1312  or equivalent.

    This course includes the development of horn intermediate level reading and technical skills and study of standard intermediate classical repertoire. Range, tone, articulation and speed are developed through study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. Memorization is required as appropriate. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the semester. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVB 1313 - Applied Music - Trombone I


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week.

    This course includes the development of trombone intermediate level reading and technical skills and study of standard intermediate classical repertoire. Range, tone, articulation and speed are developed through study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. Memorization is required as appropriate. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the semester. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVB 1313B - Applied Music - Trombone IB


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week. Prerequisites: MVB 1313  or equivalent.

    This course includes the development of trombone intermediate level reading and technical skills and study of standard intermediate classical repertoire. Range, tone, articulation and speed are developed through study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. Memorization is required as appropriate. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the semester. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVB 1314 - Applied Music - Euphonium I


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week.

    This course includes the development of euphonium intermediate level reading and technical skills and study of standard intermediate classical repertoire. Range, tone, articulation and speed are developed through study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. Memorization is required as appropriate. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the semester. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVB 1314B - Applied Music - Euphonium IB


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week. Prerequisites: MVB 1314  or equivalent.

    This course includes the development of euphonium intermediate level reading and technical skills and study of standard intermediate classical repertoire. Range, tone, articulation and speed are developed through study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. Memorization is required as appropriate. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the semester. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVB 1315 - Applied Music - Tuba I


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week.

    This course includes the development of tuba intermediate level reading and technical skills and study of standard intermediate classical repertoire. Range, tone, articulation and speed are developed through study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. Memorization is required as appropriate. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the semester. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVB 1315B - Applied Music - Tuba IB


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week. Prerequisites: MVB 1315  or equivalent.

    This course includes the development of tuba intermediate level reading and technical skills and study of standard intermediate classical repertoire. Range, tone, articulation and speed are developed through study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. Memorization is required as appropriate. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the semester. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVB 2321 - Applied Music - Trumpet II


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week.

    This course includes the continued development of reading, technique and repertoire to the advanced level and continued study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the term. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVB 2321B - Applied Music - Trumpet IIB


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week. Prerequisites: MVB 2321  or equivalent.

    This course includes the continued development of reading, technique and repertoire to the advanced level and continued study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the term. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVB 2322 - Applied Music - Horn II


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week.

    This course includes the continued development of reading, technique and repertoire to the advanced level and continued study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the term. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVB 2322B - Applied Music - Horn IIB


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week. Prerequisites: MVB 2322  or equivalent.

    This course includes the continued development of reading, technique and repertoire to the advanced level and continued study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the term. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVB 2323 - Applied Music - Trombone II


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week.

    This course includes the continued development of reading, technique and repertoire to the advanced level and continued study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the term. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVB 2323B - Applied Music - Trombone IIB


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week. Prerequisites: MVB 2323  or equivalent.

    This course includes the continued development of reading, technique and repertoire to the advanced level and continued study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the term. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVB 2324 - Applied Music - Euphonium II


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week.

    This course includes the continued development of reading, technique and repertoire to the advanced level and continued study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the term. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVB 2324B - Applied Music - Euphonium IIB


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week. Prerequisites: MVB 2324  or equivalent.

    This course includes the continued development of reading, technique and repertoire to the advanced level and continued study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the term. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVB 2325 - Applied Music - Tuba II


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week.

    This course includes the continued development of reading, technique and repertoire to the advanced level and continued study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the term. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVB 2325B - Applied Music - Tuba IIB


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week. Prerequisites: MVB 2325  or equivalent.

    This course includes the continued development of reading, technique and repertoire to the advanced level and continued study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the term. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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Applied Music: Keyboard

  
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    MVK 1011A - Applied Preparatory Music I - Piano


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week.

    One-on-one instruction designed to develop fundamentals of reading music, technical skills and performance of elementary level classical music. Includes study of scales, chords and arpeggios. Final examination consists of prepared program of technique and literature performed for the instructor. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVK 1011B - Applied Preparatory Music II - Piano


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week. Prerequisites: MVK 1011A  with a grade of “B” or higher or permission of instructor.

    One-on-one instruction designed to develop fundamentals of reading skills, technique and repertoire at the upper elementary/ early intermediate level. Final examination is performed before a panel of applied music instructors when application for further study at the next higher level (Applied I) is made. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVK 1013A - Applied Preparatory Music I - Organ


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week.

    One-on-one instruction designed to develop fundamentals of reading music, technical skills and performance of elementary level classical music. Includes study of scales, chords and arpeggios. Final examination consists of prepared program of technique and literature performed for the instructor. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVK 1013B - Applied Preparatory Music II - Organ


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week. Prerequisites: MVK 1013A  with a grade of “B” or higher or permission of instructor.

    One-on-one instruction designed to develop fundamentals of reading skills, technique and repertoire at the upper elementary/ early intermediate level. Final examination is performed before a panel of applied music instructors when application for further study at the next higher level (Applied I) is made. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVK 1111A - Class Piano I


    (1 Credit Hour)
    (A.A.)


    Two hours per week.

    Class instruction is for students with little or no previous training in piano performance. It is designed to meet proficiency requirements for music pre-majors and as an introductory musicianship course for nonmusic pre-majors. Reading, scales, harmonization, transposition and improvisation are emphasized. This course is required for music students with a principal instrument other than piano.


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    MVK 1111B - Class Piano II


    (1 Credit Hour)
    (A.A.)


    Two hours per week. Prerequisites: MVK 1111A .

    Class instruction is for students with little previous training in piano performance. Reading scales, arpeggios, harmonization, transposition and improvisation skills are developed. This course is required for music pre-majors with a principal instrument other than piano.


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    MVK 1311 - Applied Music - Piano I


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week.

    This course includes the development of intermediate level reading and technical skills and study of standard intermediate classical repertoire. Range, tone, articulation and speed are developed through study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. Memorization is required as appropriate. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the term. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVK 1311B - Applied Music - Piano IB


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week. Prerequisites: MVK 1311  or equivalent.

    This course includes the development of intermediate level reading and technical skills and study of standard intermediate classical repertoire. Range, tone, articulation and speed are developed through study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. Memorization is required as appropriate. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the term. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVK 1313 - Applied Music - Organ I


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week.

    This course includes the development of intermediate level reading and technical skills and study of standard intermediate classical repertoire. Range, tone, articulation and speed are developed through study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. Memorization is required as appropriate. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the term. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVK 1313B - Applied Music - Organ IB


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week. Prerequisites: MVK 1313  or equivalent.

    This course includes the development of intermediate level reading and technical skills and study of standard intermediate classical repertoire. Range, tone, articulation and speed are developed through study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. Memorization is required as appropriate. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the term. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVK 2121A - Class Piano III


    (1 Credit Hour)
    (A.A.)


    Two hours per week. Prerequisites: MVK 1111B .

    Class instruction is for music pre-majors with a principal instrument other than piano. Functional skills of reading, technique, harmonization, transposition and improvisation receive further development. Study of standard piano literature, intermediate level, also is included.


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    MVK 2121B - Class Piano IV


    (1 Credit Hour)
    (A.A.)


    Two hours per week. Prerequisites: MVK 2121A .

    Class instruction is for music pre-majors with a principal instrument other than piano. Functional skills receive further development as well as performance of intermediate piano literature. Reading of open score (vocal and instrumental) included.


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    MVK 2321 - Applied Music - Piano II


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week.

    This course includes the continued development of reading, technique and repertoire to the advanced level and continued study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the term. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVK 2321B - Applied Music - Piano IIB


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week. Prerequisites: MVK 2321  or equivalent.

    This course includes the continued development of reading, technique and repertoire to the advanced level and continued study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the term. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVK 2323 - Applied Music - Organ II


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week.

    This course includes the continued development of reading, technique and repertoire to the advanced level and continued study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the term. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVK 2323B - Applied Music - Organ IIB


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week. Prerequisites: MVK 2323  or equivalent.

    This course includes the continued development of reading, technique and repertoire to the advanced level and continued study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the term. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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Applied Music: Percussion

  
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    MVP 1011A - Applied Preparatory Music I - Percussion


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week.

    One-on-one instruction designed to develop fundamentals of reading music, technical skills and performance of elementary level classical music. Includes study of scales, chords and arpeggios. Final examination consists of prepared program of technique and literature performed for the instructor. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVP 1011B - Applied Preparatory Music II - Percussion


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week. Prerequisites: MVP 1011B with a grade of “B” or higher or permission of instructor.

    One-on-one instruction designed to develop fundamentals of reading skills, technique and repertoire at the upper elementary/ early intermediate level. Final examination is performed before a panel of applied music instructors when application for further study at the next higher level (Applied I) is made. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVP 1311 - Applied Music - Percussion I


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week.

    This course includes the development of intermediate level reading and technical skills and study of standard intermediate classical repertoire. Students learn the performance of rudimentary skills necessary to perform on any given percussion instrument and performance of a solo on each. This may include scales and rudiments for each of the applicable percussion instruments. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the term. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVP 1311B - Applied Music - Percussion IB


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week. Prerequisites: MVP 1311  or equivalent.

    This course includes the development of intermediate level reading and technical skills and study of standard intermediate classical repertoire. Students learn the performance of rudimentary skills necessary to perform on any given percussion instrument and performance of a solo on each. This may include scales and rudiments for each of the applicable percussion instruments. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the term. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVP 2321 - Applied Music - Percussion II


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week.

    This course includes the continued development of reading, technique and repertoire to the advanced level and continued study of technical exercises applicable to each of the percussion instruments. This may include rudiments, scales and arpeggios on specific instruments. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the term. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVP 2321B - Applied Music - Percussion IIB


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week. Prerequisites: MVP 2321  or equivalent.

    This course includes the continued development of reading, technique and repertoire to the advanced level and continued study of technical exercises applicable to each of the percussion instruments. This may include rudiments, scales and arpeggios on specific instruments. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the term. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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Applied Music: Strings

  
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    MVS 1011A - Applied Preparatory Music I - Violin


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week.

    One-on-one instruction designed to develop fundamentals of reading music, technical skills and performance of elementary level classical music. Includes study of scales, chords and arpeggios. Final examination consists of prepared program of technique and literature performed for the instructor. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVS 1011B - Applied Preparatory Music II - Violin


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week. Prerequisites: MVS 1011A  with a grade of “B” or higher or permission of instructor.

    One-on-one instruction designed to develop fundamentals of reading skills, technique and repertoire at the upper elementary/ early intermediate level. Final examination is performed before a panel of applied music instructors when application for further study at the next higher level (Applied I) is made. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVS 1012A - Applied Preparatory Music I - Viola


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week.

    One-on-one instruction designed to develop fundamentals of reading music, technical skills and performance of elementary level classical music. Includes study of scales, chords and arpeggios. Final examination consists of prepared program of technique and literature performed for the instructor. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVS 1012B - Applied Preparatory Music II - Viola


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week. Prerequisites: MVS 1012A  with a grade of “B” or higher or permission of instructor.

    One-on-one instruction designed to develop fundamentals of reading skills, technique and repertoire at the upper elementary/ early intermediate level. Final examination is performed before a panel of applied music instructors when application for further study at the next higher level (Applied I) is made. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVS 1013A - Applied Preparatory Music I - Cello


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week.

    One-on-one instruction designed to develop fundamentals of reading music, technical skills and performance of elementary level classical music. Includes study of scales, chords and arpeggios. Final examination consists of prepared program of technique and literature performed for the instructor. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVS 1013B - Applied Preparatory Music II - Cello


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week. Prerequisites: MVS 1013A  with a grade of “B” or higher or permission of instructor.

    One-on-one instruction designed to develop fundamentals of reading skills, technique and repertoire at the upper elementary/ early intermediate level. Final examination is performed before a panel of applied music instructors when application for further study at the next higher level (Applied I) is made. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVS 1014A - Applied Preparatory Music I - String Bass


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week.

    One-on-one instruction designed to develop fundamentals of reading music, technical skills and performance of elementary level classical music. Includes study of scales, chords and arpeggios. Final examination consists of prepared program of technique and literature performed for the instructor. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVS 1014B - Applied Preparatory Music II - String Bass


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week. Prerequisites: MVS 1014A  with a grade of “B” or higher or permission of instructor.

    One-on-one instruction designed to develop fundamentals of reading skills, technique and repertoire at the upper elementary/ early intermediate level. Final examination is performed before a panel of applied music instructors when application for further study at the next higher level (Applied I) is made. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVS 1015A - Applied Preparatory Music I - Harp


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week.

    One-on-one instruction designed to develop fundamentals of reading music, technical skills and performance of elementary-level classical music. Includes study of scales, chords and arpeggios. Final examination consists of prepared program of technique and literature performed for the instructor.  No more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from Applied Music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for Applied Music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVS 1015B - Applied Preparatory Music II - Harp


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week. Prerequisites: MVS 1015A  with a grade of “C” or higher or permission of instructor.

    One-on-one instruction designed to develop fundamentals of reading skills, technique and repertoire at the upper elementary/early intermediate level.  Final examination is performed before a panel of applied music instructors when application for further study at the Applied I level is made.  No more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for Applied Music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVS 1016A - Applied Preparatory Music I - Guitar


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week.

    One-on-one instruction designed to develop fundamentals of reading music, technical skills and performance of elementary level classical music. Includes study of scales, chords and arpeggios. Final examination consists of prepared program of technique and literature performed for the instructor. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVS 1016B - Applied Preparatory Music II - Guitar


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week. Prerequisites: MVS 1016A  with a grade of “B” or higher or permission of instructor.

    One-on-one instruction designed to develop fundamentals of reading skills, technique and repertoire at the upper elementary/ early intermediate level. Final examination is performed before a panel of applied music instructors when application for further study at the next higher level (Applied I) is made. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVS 1116 - Class Guitar


    (1 Credit Hour)
    (A.A.)


    One and one-half hours per week.

    No musical prerequisite is necessary for admission to this course. Class instruction is in beginning guitar techniques. Drills include basic musical idioms, finger technique and fold style accompanying.


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    MVS 1311 - Applied Violin I


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week.

    This course includes the development of intermediate level reading and technical skills and study of standard intermediate classical repertoire. Range, tone, articulation and speed are developed through study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. Memorization is required as appropriate. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the term. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVS 1311B - Applied Violin IB


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week. Prerequisites: MVS 1311  or equivalent.

    This course includes the development of intermediate level reading and technical skills and study of standard intermediate classical repertoire. Range, tone, articulation and speed are developed through study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. Memorization is required as appropriate. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the term. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVS 1312 - Applied Viola I


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week.

    This course includes the development of intermediate level reading and technical skills and study of standard intermediate classical repertoire. Range, tone, articulation and speed are developed through study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. Memorization is required as appropriate. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the term. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVS 1312B - Applied Viola IB


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week. Prerequisites: MVS 1312  or equivalent.

    This course includes the development of intermediate level reading and technical skills and study of standard intermediate classical repertoire. Range, tone, articulation and speed are developed through study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. Memorization is required as appropriate. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the term. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVS 1313 - Applied Cello I


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week.

    This course includes the development of intermediate level reading and technical skills and study of standard intermediate classical repertoire. Range, tone, articulation and speed are developed through study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. Memorization is required as appropriate. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the term. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVS 1313B - Applied Cello IB


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week. Prerequisites: MVS 1313  or equivalent.

    This course includes the development of intermediate level reading and technical skills and study of standard intermediate classical repertoire. Range, tone, articulation and speed are developed through study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. Memorization is required as appropriate. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the term. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVS 1314 - Applied String Bass I


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week.

    This course includes the development of intermediate level reading and technical skills and study of standard intermediate classical repertoire. Range, tone, articulation and speed are developed through study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. Memorization is required as appropriate. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the term. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVS 1314B - Applied String Bass IB


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week. Prerequisites: MVS 1314  or equivalent.

    This course includes the development of intermediate level reading and technical skills and study of standard intermediate classical repertoire. Range, tone, articulation and speed are developed through study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. Memorization is required as appropriate. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the term. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVS 1315 - Applied Harp I


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week.

    The development of intermediate level reading and technical skills and study of standard intermediate classical repertoire. Range, tone, articulation and speed are developed through study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. Memorization is required as appropriate. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the term. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from Applied Music may count elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for Applied Music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVS 1315B - Applied Harp IB


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week. Prerequisites: MVS 1315  or equivalent.

    The development of intermediate level reading and technical skills and study of standard intermediate classical repertoire. Range, tone, articulation and speed are developed through study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. Memorization is required as appropriate. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the term. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from Applied Music may count elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for Applied Music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVS 1316 - Applied Guitar I


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week.

    This course includes the development of intermediate level reading and technical skills and study of standard intermediate classical repertoire. Range, tone, articulation and speed are developed through study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. Memorization is required as appropriate. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the term. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVS 1316B - Applied Guitar IB


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week. Prerequisites: MVS 1316  or equivalent.

    This course includes the development of intermediate level reading and technical skills and study of standard intermediate classical repertoire. Range, tone, articulation and speed are developed through study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. Memorization is required as appropriate. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the term. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVS 2321 - Applied Violin II


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week.

    This course includes the continued development of reading, technique and repertoire to the advanced level and continued study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the term. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVS 2321B - Applied Violin IIB


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week. Prerequisites: MVS 2321  or equivalent.

    This course includes the continued development of reading, technique and repertoire to the advanced level and continued study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the term. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVS 2322 - Applied Viola II


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week.

    This course includes the continued development of reading, technique and repertoire to the advanced level and continued study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the term. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVS 2322B - Applied Viola IIB


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week. Prerequisites: MVS 2322  or equivalent.

    This course includes the continued development of reading, technique and repertoire to the advanced level and continued study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the term. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVS 2323 - Applied Cello II


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week.

    This course includes the continued development of reading, technique and repertoire to the advanced level and continued study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the term. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVS 2323B - Applied Cello IIB


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week. Prerequisites: MVS 2323  or equivalent.

    This course includes the continued development of reading, technique and repertoire to the advanced level and continued study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the term. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVS 2324 - Applied String Bass II


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week.

    This course includes the continued development of reading, technique and repertoire to the advanced level and continued study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the term. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVS 2324B - Applied String Bass IIB


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week. Prerequisites: MVS 2324  or equivalent.

    This course includes the continued development of reading, technique and repertoire to the advanced level and continued study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the term. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVS 2325 - Applied Harp II


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week.

    Continued development of reading, technique and repertoire to the advanced level. Continued study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the term. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from Applied Music may count elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for Applied Music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVS 2325B - Applied Harp IIB


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week. Prerequisites: MVS 2325  or equivalent.

    Continued development of reading, technique and repertoire to the advanced level. Continued study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the term. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from Applied Music may count elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for Applied Music courses.  Additional special fees are required.


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    MVS 2326 - Applied Guitar II


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week.

    This course includes the continued development of reading, technique and repertoire to the advanced level and continued study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the term. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVS 2326B - Applied Guitar IIB


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week. Prerequisites: MVS 2326  or equivalent.

    This course includes the continued development of reading, technique and repertoire to the advanced level and continued study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the term. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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Applied Music: Voice

  
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    MVV 1011A - Applied Preparatory Music I - Voice


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week.

    One-on-one instruction designed to develop fundamentals of reading music, technical skills and performance of elementary level classical music. Includes study of scales, chords and arpeggios. Final examination consists of prepared program of technique and literature performed for the instructor. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVV 1011B - Applied Preparatory Music II - Voice


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week. Prerequisites: MVV 1011A  with a grade of “B” or higher or permission of instructor.

    One-on-one instruction designed to develop fundamentals of reading skills, technique and repertoire at the upper elementary/ early intermediate level. Final examination is performed before a panel of applied music instructors when application for further study at the next higher level (Applied I) is made. Additional special fees are required.


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    MVV 1111A - Class Voice I


    (1 Credit Hour)
    (A.A.)


    One and one-half hours per week.

    This is class instruction for students who have had little or no previous training in vocal technique.


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    MVV 1311 - Applied Voice I


    (2 Credit Hours)
    (A.A.)


    One hour per week.

    This course includes the development of intermediate level reading and technical skills and study of standard intermediate classical repertoire. Range, tone, articulation and speed are developed through study of scales, chords, arpeggios and other technical exercises. Memorization is required as appropriate. All students perform in one student recital and exhibit their development through jury examination at the end of the term. Degree-seeking students who are making progress in their degree programs may repeat this course a maximum of two (2) times; however, no more than a total of eight (8) combined credits from applied music may count toward elective credits. Students are advised to consult the transfer university about the number of transferrable credits for applied music courses. Additional special fees are required.


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