MVP 1311 - Applied Music Percussion I
(2 Credit Hours)
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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