Music

Steven Block, Chairperson
Department of Music
Center for the Arts 1105
MSC04 2570
1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001
(505) 277-2127
http://music.unm.edu

Professors
Steven Block, Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh
Michael Chapdelaine, M.M., Florida State University
Bruce Dalby, Ed.D., University of Illinois
Bradley Ellingboe, M.M., Eastman School of Music
Steven Feld, Ph.D., Indiana University
Richard Hermann, Ph.D., Eastman School of Music
Karl Hinterbichler, D.M.A., North Texas State University
Keith M. Lemmons, M.M., Michigan State University
Jorge Pérez-Gómez, D.M.A., Eastman School of Music
Jeffrey Piper, M.M., University of Michigan
Eric Rombach-Kendall, M.M., University of Michigan
Christopher L. Shultis, Ph.D., The University of New Mexico
Falko Steinbach, Konzertexamen, Musikhochschule Köln
Kevin Vigneau, D.M.A., Yale School of Music 

Associate Professors
Regina Carlow, Ph.D., University of Maryland
Cármelo de los Santos, D.M.A., The University of Georgia
Kimberly Fredenburgh, M.M., Arizona State University
Glenn Kostur, M.M., DePaul University
Scott Ney, M.A., Eastern Illinois University
Valerie J. Potter, M.M., Yale University
Pamela Viktoria Pyle, M.M., The Juilliard School
Patricia Ann Repar, D.M.A., University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign)
David Schepps, D.M.A., Arizona State University
Chad Simons, M.M., Oklahoma State University
Leslie Umphrey, M.M., Eastman School of Music
Maria Williams, Ph.D., University of California (Los Angeles)

Assistant Professors
David Bashwiner, Ph.D., The University of Chicago
Peter Gilbert, Ph.D., Harvard University
José-Luis Hurtado, Ph.D., Harvard University
Eric Lau, D.M.A., Michigan State University
Karola Obermueller, Ph.D., Harvard University
Jeffery D. Shaw, M.M., Eastman School of Music
Richard A. White, M.M., Indiana University

Lecturers
Julia Church Hoffman, M.M., The University of New Mexico
Susan Kempter, M.A., The University of New Mexico
Jennifer Lau, D.M.A., Michigan State University
Sam Shepperson, B.M., The University of New Mexico
Mark Tatum, M.M., University of Arizona
Debra Taylor, M.M., The University of New Mexico 

Part-time Faculty
Michael Anthony, A.A., Valley College
Carla Barlow, M.M., The University of New Mexico
Diane Bonnell, M.A.Ed.Admin., The University of New Mexico
Lisa Collins, M.M., The University of New Mexico
Paula Corbin Swalin, M.M., Eastman School of Music
Daniel Davis, M.M., University of Washington
Anne Eisfeller, M.M, Indiana University
David Felberg, M.M., The University of New Mexico
J. Douglas Geist, Professional Dipl., Digidesign-Pro School
Paul Lombardi, Ph.D., University of Oregon
Stuart MacAskie, B.M., University of Indiana
John Marchiando, D.M.A., Arizona State University
Erica Otero, D.A., University of Northern Colorado
Lauren Saeger, M.M., Georgia State University
Colleen M. Sheinberg, M.M., The University of New Mexico
Benjamin Silva, B.M., The University of New Mexico
Maxine Thévenot, D.M.A., Manhattan School of Music
Denise Reig Turner
Arlene Ward, M.A., University of California (Los Angeles)
Jacqueline Zander-Wall, M.A., University of California (Santa Barbara)

Professors Emeriti
John M. Clark, M.A., Ball State University
Joanna de Keyser, B.M., University of Southern California
Thomas A. Dodson, D.M.A., University of Southern California
Artemus L. Edwards, Dipl., Curtis Institute
Leonard Felberg, M.M., Yale University
Ellen C. McCullough-Brabson, D.M.A., University of Arizona
Susan Patrick, Ph.D., University of North Carolina
William M. Seymour, Ed.D., Washington University
Jane Snow, M.M., Cincinnati College of Music
Marilyn Tyler, M.M., Manhattan School of Music
Harold Van Winkle, M.M.E., Eastern New Mexico University
A. Scott Wilkinson, M.M., University of Arizona
William F. Wood, D.M.A., Eastman School of Music


Accreditation

The University of New Mexico is a member of the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM). Requirements for entrance and graduation as set forth in this catalog are in accordance with published regulations of NASM.


Courses Offered

Courses in Music (MUS) are categorized in content areas.  These categories are referenced in the various degree plans offered by the Department of Music.  The category for each course appears in parentheses at the end of the course description according to the following legend:

Courses for Non-Majors (NM)
Conducting (C)
Contemporary World Music (WM)
Ensemble (E)
History and Literature (HL)
Interdisciplinary Studies (I)
Jazz Studies (JS)
Pedagogy (P)
Piano (PI)
Problems (no code assigned)
Special Topics (no code assigned)
Technology in Music (T)
Theory and Composition (TC)
Thesis (TH)
Vocal Technique (V)

Summary list of MUS courses by content area (links to course descriptions will be found further below): 

Courses for Non-Majors (NM):
NOTE: Unless specifically allowed in the degree plan, these courses cannot be applied toward degree requirements for the Bachelor of Music, Bachelor of Arts in Music, or Bachelor of Music Education.
MUS 102 Music Theory for the Non-Major
MUS 116 Group Guitar I
MUS 117 Group Guitar II
MUS 139 Music Appreciation
MUS 142 Rock Music Appreciation
MUS 172 Jazz History
MUS 271 Music Today
MUS 371 Music History for Non-Majors
MUS 375 The Beatles’ Musical Revolution

Conducting (C):
MUS 363 Conducting
MUS 365 Instrumental Conducting
MUS 565 Advanced Instrumental Conducting
MUS 571 Conducting Seminar
MUS 572 Advanced Conducting Seminar

Contemporary World Music (WM):
MUS 417 Native American Music
MUS 418 Alaska Native Music & Culture
MUS 422 Indigenous World Music
MUS 436 Selected Topics in Contemporary World Music
MUS 444 Anthropology of World Beat
MUS 448 The Anthropology of Music and Sound
MUS 517 Native American Music
MUS 518 Alaska Native Music and Culture
MUS 522 Indigenous world Music
MUS 536 Selected Topics in Contemporary world Music
MUS 544 Anthropology of World Beat
MUS 548 The Anthropology of Music and Sound

Ensemble (E):
MUS 143 University Chorus
MUS 231 Chamber Music
MUS 232 Early Music Ensemble
MUS 233 Symphony Orchestra
MUS 234 Jazz Band
MUS 241 University Band
MUS 243 Concert Choir
MUS 330 Opera Studio
MUS 395 Accompanying
MUS 560 Ensemble Performance
MUS 595 Accompanying

History & Literature (HL):
MUS 101 Concert Music
MUS 361 History of Music I
MUS 362 History of Music II
MUS 413 Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Music
MUS 414 Studies in Baroque Music
MUS 415 Studies in Classic and Romantic Music
MUS 416 Studies in Twentieth-Century Music
MUS 437 Selected Topics in Music Literature
MUS 449 Music Repertory
MUS 513 Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Music
MUS 514 Studies in Baroque Music
MUS 515 Studies in Classic and Romantic Music
MUS 516 Studies in Twentieth-Century Music
MUS 531 Bibliography and Research
MUS 537 Selected Topics in Music Literature
MUS 549 Music Repertory

Interdisciplinary Studies (I):
MUS 484 Evaluating the Arts
MUS 487 Contemporary Interdisciplinary Topics
MUS 584 Problems in Interdisciplinary Studies
MUS 587 Contemporary Interdisciplinary Topics

Jazz Studies (JS):
MUS 236 Introduction to Improvisation
MUS 237 Jazz Improvisation I
MUS 238 Jazz Theory/Keyboard
MUS 336 Jazz Improvisation II
MUS 337 Jazz Improvisation III
MUS 338 Jazz Arranging
MUS 343 Selected Topics in Jazz Studies

Pedagogy (P):
MUS 170 String Pedagogy Seminar I
MUS 170L String Pedagogy Lab I
MUS 270 String Pedagogy Seminar II
MUS 270L String Pedagogy Lab II
MUS 370 String Pedagogy Seminar III
MUS 370L String Pedagogy Lab III
MUS 388 Music Pedagogy
MUS 389 Music Pedagogy
MUS 470 String Pedagogy Seminar IV
MUS 470L String Pedagogy Lab IV
MUS 472 String Pedagogy Recital
MUS 527 Theory Pedagogy
MUS 588 Music Pedagogy
MUS 589 Music Pedagogy

Piano (PI):
MUS 111 Group Piano I
MUS 112 Group Piano II
MUS 211 Group Piano III
MUS 212 Group Piano IV

Problems (no code assigned):
MUS 351 Undergraduate Problems
MUS 551 Graduate Problems

Special Topics (no code assigned):
MUS 435 Special Topics in Music
MUS 535 Special Topics in Music 

Technology in Music (T):
MUS 311 Computer Applications I
MUS 380 Recording Techniques I
MUS 412 Computer Applications II
MUS 421 Introduction to Max Programming for Musicians
MUS 481 Recording Techniques II
MUS 511 Computer Applications I
MUS 512 Computer Applications II
MUS 521 Introduction to Max Programming for Musicians
MUS 580 Recording Techniques I
MUS 581 Recording Techniques II

Theory & Composition (TC):
MUS 130 Music Fundamentals
MUS 150 Music Theory I
MUS 150L Music Theory I Aural Lab
MUS 152 Music Theory II
MUS 152L Music Theory II Aural Lab
MUS 250 Music Theory III
MUS 250L Music Theory III Aural Lab
MUS 252 Music Theory IV 
MUS 252L Music Theory IV Aural Lab
MUS 254 Introduction to Composition in the Western Tradition
MUS 305 Composition I
MUS 306 Composition II
MUS 309 Form and Analysis
MUS 325 Post-Tonal Theory
MUS 405 Sixteenth-Century Counterpoint
MUS 406 Eighteenth-Century Counterpoint
MUS 409 Compositional Form and Analysis I
MUS 410 Compositional Form and Analysis II
MUS 439 Selected Topics in Music Theory
MUS 453 Orchestration
MUS 505 Sixteenth-Century Counterpoint
MUS 506 Eighteenth-Century Counterpoint
MUS 509 Compositional Form and Analysis I
MUS 510 Compositional Form and Analysis II
MUS 525 Post-Tonal Theory
MUS 529 Techniques of Twentieth-Century Composition
MUS 539 Selected Topics in Music Theory

Thesis Courses (TH):
MUS 499 Senior Thesis
MUS 599 Master’s Thesis

Vocal Techniques (V):
MUS 109 Group Voice I
MUS 110 Group Voice II
MUS 209 Diction for Singers I
MUS 210 Diction for Singers II
MUS 266 Singing for Actors


Course Fees:

Music Department Course Fees. All courses in the Department of Music are subject to a Music Course Fee of $7.50 per credit hour and a Piano Maintenance and Replacement Fee of $5.00 per credit hour.  These fees are subject to change and are charged in addition to tuition.

Fine Arts Technology Fee. All courses in the College of Fine Arts are subject to a Fine Arts Technology Fee, which is currently charged at the rate of $8.50 per credit hour. This fee is subject to change and is charged in addition to tuition.

Applied Music Fee. All students enrolled in Applied Music must pay an applied music charge of $100.00 for one semester credit hour or $200 for two or more semester credit hours. This fee is subject to change and is charged in addition to tuition. All students enrolling in Applied Music for vocal instruction will also be expected to pay for the services of an accompanist at lessons and weekly rehearsals. Instrumentalists may also need to pay accompanying fees as dictated by the needs of their instrument and as required by the instructor.

Special Course Fees. Special course fees (charges for classroom supplies and services) may be charged for certain classes in addition to those listed above.  Special course fees vary according to the needs of the class, and will be listed in the Schedule of Classes.  All special course fees are subject to change and are charged in addition to tuition.


Applied Music (APMS) Course Information

Class Instruction. Class instruction is available for students whose experience and background do not quality them for studio instruction. The Applied Music fee is not charged for these courses. Course numbers are:

MUS 111, 112, 211, 212 (Group Piano I–IV)
MUS 109, 110 (Group Voice I–II)

Studio Instruction. An explanation of Applied Music course numbers is given below. Recital course numbers are described at the bottom of the list. Please refer to degree plan descriptions for specific requirements.

Bachelor of Music in Performance:
To study the principal instrument/voice, enroll in: 101, 102, 201, 202, 301, 302, 401, 402.
To study a secondary instrument/voice or conducting or composition, enroll in 119, 120, 219, 220, 319, 320, 419, 420 (all available for either 1 or 2 hours credit).

Bachelor of Music in Theory & Composition:
To study composition, enroll in 319, 320, 419, 420 (all available for either 1 or 2 hours credit).
To study the principal instrument/voice or a secondary instrument/voice or conducting, enroll in 119, 120, 219, 220, 319, 320, 419, 420 (all available for either 1 or 2 hours credit).

Bachelor of Music in Jazz Studies:
To study any instrument/voice (principal or secondary), composition or conducting, enroll in 119, 120, 219, 220, 319, 320, 419, 420 (all available for either 1 or 2 hours credit).

Bachelor of Music in String Pedagogy:
To study any instrument/voice (principal or secondary), composition or conducting, enroll in 119, 120, 219, 220, 319, 320, 419, 420 (all available for either 1 or 2 hours credit).

Bachelor of Arts:
To study any instrument/voice (principal or secondary), composition or conducting, enroll in 119, 120, 219, 220, 319, 320, 419, 420 (all available for either 1 or 2 hours credit).

Bachelor of Music Education:
To study any instrument/voice (principal or secondary), composition or conducting, enroll in 119, 120, 219, 220, 319, 320, 419, 420 (all available for either 1 or 2 hours credit).

Music Minor:
To study any instrument/voice, composition or conducting, enroll in 107, 108, 207, 208, 307, 308, 407, 408 (all available for 1 hour credit).

Music Education Minor:
To study any instrument/voice, composition or conducting, enroll in 107, 108, 207, 208, 307, 308, 407, 408 (all available for 1 hour credit).

Non-Music Major:
To study any instrument, composition or conducting, enroll in 107, 108, 207, 208, 307, 308, 407, 408 (all available for 1 hour credit).

APMS 118 Basic Applied Skills:
This course number is for applied music study by music majors whose skills have been determined to be not yet sufficient for study at the 119 level.

Master of Music in Performance:
To study the principal instrument/voice, enroll in 501, 502, 591 (available for either 2 or 4 hours credit).
To study a secondary instrument/voice or conducting or composition, enroll in 519, 520 (available for either 1 or 2 hours credit).

Master of Music in Conducting:
To study conducting, enroll in MUS 571, MUS 572; for your conducting recital, enroll in APMS 591 (available for either 2 or 4 hours credit).
To study any instrument/voice (principal or secondary) or composition, enroll in 519, 520 (available for either 1 or 2 hours credit).

Master of Music in Collaborative Piano:
To study collaborative piano, enroll in 501, 502, 591 (available for either 2 or 4 hours credit).
To study a secondary instrument/voice, solo piano, or composition or conducting, enroll in 519, 520 (available for either 1 or 2 hours credit).

Master of Music in Music History & Literature:
To study any instrument/voice or composition or conducting, enroll in 519, 520 (available for either 1 or 2 hours credit)

Master of Music in Theory & Composition:
To study composition, enroll in 501, 502, 591 (available for either 2 or 4 hours credit).
To study any instrument/voice, or conducting, enroll in 519, 520 (available for either 1 or 2 hours credit).

Master of Music in Music Education:
To study any instrument/voice (principal or secondary), or conducting or composition, enroll in 519, 520 (available for either 1 or 2 hours credit).

Recital Course Numbers:
391 Junior Recital; 491 Senior Recital.
If you will be performing a required junior or senior recital during the semester, you must sign up for either 391 or 491 in addition to your lessons. Undergraduate recital courses do not carry any credit, but they are required by the degree to show that you have performed the required recitals. These must be taken in conjunction with the appropriate level of Studio Instruction. Depending upon your degree plan, APMS 391 must be taken simultaneously with either 301, 302, 319 or 320; APMS 491 must be taken simultaneously with either 401, 402, 419 or 420.

591 Graduate Recital
This course includes both graduate recital credit and studio instruction. You do NOT have to sign up for an additional applied music course in order to receive lessons.

Lesson Length.  A student who is enrolled for one hour of applied music credit is entitled to one "half-hour" lesson per week. A student who is enrolled for two or more hours of applied music credit is entitled to one "one-hour" lesson per week.  Note: "One-hour" lessons are actually 50 minutes long, to allow for the passing period between classes. "Half-hour" lessons are actually 25 minutes.

Priority for Studio Space. Studio space is limited; admission is by audition. Priority in the availability of applied music instruction is as follows:

VOCAL & INSTRUMENTAL STUDIOS:  

1. Students pursuing the Master of Music or Bachelor of Music, provided the instrument is the student's principal instrument.

2. Students pursuing the Bachelor of Music Education or Bachelor of Arts in Music, provided the instrument is the student's principal instrument.

3. Students pursuing the Music Minor or Music Education Minor, when required by the degree program.

4. Graduate or undergraduate music majors who wish to study secondary instruments.

5. Full-time undergraduate and graduate students pursuing non-music degrees. These students MUST have the approval of the department chairperson.

PIANO STUDIOS:

1. Students pursuing the Master of Music in Piano or Collaborative Piano or the Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance.

2. Students pursuing the Bachelor of Music education (Vocal or Instrumental Concentration) with Piano Emphasis, or the Bachelor of Arts in Music with piano as the principal instrument.

3. Music majors who need applied piano for degree requirements.

4. Students pursuing the Music Minor or Music Education Minor when applied piano is required by the degree plan.

5. Graduate or undergraduate music majors who wish to study piano as a secondary instrument.

6. Full-time undergraduate and graduate students pursuing non-music degrees. These students MUST have the approval of the department chairperson. Priority will be given to students enrolled in Accompanying (MUS 395/595) or who are doing accompanying work within the Department of Music.

Piano proficiency requirement for applied piano instruction:  For applied instruction in piano, if the degree requires the Piano Proficiency, the student must have passed all elements of the proficiency exam in order to qualify for consideration in applied piano. If the Piano Proficiency is not required by the degree plan, the student's level of performance must be at least as high as that required for completion of Group Piano IV. Students who do not meet the proficiency or level requirement for applied piano will be assigned to the appropriate level of Group Piano.

Limits for Applied Music Instruction. In all categories of applied music instruction, where the instrument (or voice) is required by the degree plan, priority is given to the number of hours required by the degree. If a student wishes to take more applied music instruction than is required by his or her degree program, he or she must be approved for study by the department chairperson.

Course Sequence and Repetition. A student is normally expected to proceed through his or her appropriate Applied Music course series sequentially. Course numbers may be repeated upon recommendation by the faculty and with approval by the department chairperson.

Requirements for Continuation in Applied Music. Applied music instruction will be discontinued if a student is not making adequate progress toward the degree. Adequate progress is defined as progress in all required areas (Concert Music, ensemble and theory) and is defined in the Department of Music Undergraduate Handbook. According to the Scholastic Standards of the College of Fine Arts, faculty may exclude from the program any student whose grade point average in his or her major field falls substantially below 3.0. Furthermore, the faculty reserves the right to disqualify from further enrollment or participation in departmental programs:

1. Students who fail to demonstrate reasonable progress in their professional development in music; or

2. Students whose conduct reveals a persistent inability to work effectively with others or an unwillingness to adhere to generally recognized standards o professional behavior; or

3. Students who do not consult their assigned advisor prior to registering each semester.

Juries.  All students enrolled in Applied Music are required to perform a jury at the end of each semester for faculty in the appropriate area of specialization. Consult the Department of Music Undergraduate Student Handbook or the Department of Music Graduate Student Handbook for details.

Applied Music Ensemble Requirement.  All undergraduate students who are enrolled in Applied Music must also participate in a major ensemble during the same semester of enrollment. See "Ensemble Requirements" in the "Undergraduate Programs" section for specific degree plan requirements. Students who do not participate in a major ensemble as required will be withdrawn from Applied Music. The following exemptions will be made to the Applied Music Ensemble Requirement:

a. Students pursuing the Bachelor of Music Concentration in Theory and Composition will be exempt from concurrent major ensemble participation during enrollment in applied music credits required by the degree, but major ensemble requirements must be fulfilled for completion of the degree (see Ensemble Requirements). NOTE: If the student wishes to study applied music beyond the hours required by the degree, he or she must then also participate concurrently in a major ensemble.

b. Students pursuing the Music Minor are exempt from concurrent major ensemble participation during the four semesters of applied music required by the degree. If the student continues to study applied music beyond the four semesters required by the degree, he or she must then also participate concurrently in a major ensemble.

c. Students pursuing the Bachelor of Music Performance Concentration with Keyboard Emphasis in either piano or organ are exempt from concurrent major ensemble participation, but major ensemble requirements must be fulfilled for completion of the degree (see Ensemble Requirements). NOTE: If the student wishes to study applied music beyond the hours required by the degree, he or she must then participate concurrently in a major ensemble.

d. Students pursuing the Bachelor of Music Performance Concentration with Instrumental Emphasis in guitar are exempt from concurrent major ensemble participation during enrollment in applied music credits required by the degree, but major ensemble requirements must be fulfilled for completion of the degree (see Ensemble Requirements). NOTE: If the student wishes to study applied music beyond the hours required by the degree, he or she must then participate concurrently in a major ensemble.


Courses

APMS 101. Studio Instruction for the Performance Concentration. (2 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



APMS 102. Studio Instruction for the Performance Concentration. (2 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



APMS 107. Studio Instruction for the Non-Major. (1, no limit Δ)



APMS 108. Studio Instruction for the Non-Major. (1, no limit Δ)



APMS 118. Basic Applied Skills. (2 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



APMS 119. Studio Instruction for the Non-Performance Concentration. (1 or 2 to a maximum of 16 Δ)



APMS 120. Studio Instruction for the Non-Performance Concentration. (1 or 2 to a maximum of 16 Δ)



APMS 201. Studio Instruction for the Performance Concentration. (2 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



APMS 202. Studio Instruction for the Performance Concentration. (2 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



APMS 207. Studio Instruction for the Non-Major. (1, no limit Δ)



APMS 208. Studio Instruction for the Non-Major. (1, no limit Δ)



APMS 219. Studio Instruction for the Non-Performance Concentration. (1 or 2 to a maximum of 16 Δ)



APMS 220. Studio Instruction for the Non-Performance Concentration. (1 or 2 to a maximum of 16 Δ)



APMS 301. Studio Instruction for the Performance Concentration. (3 to a maximum of 9 Δ)



APMS 302. Studio Instruction for the Performance Concentration. (3 to a maximum of 9 Δ)



APMS 307. Studio Instruction for the Non-Major. (1, no limit Δ)



APMS 308. Studio Instruction for the Non-Major. (1, no limit Δ)



APMS 319. Studio Instruction for the Non-Performance Concentration. (1 or 2 to a maximum of 16 Δ)



APMS 320. Studio Instruction for the Non-Performance Concentration. (1 or 2 to a maximum of 16 Δ)



APMS 391. Junior Recital. (0)



APMS 401. Studio Instruction for the Performance Concentration. (4 to a maximum of 12 Δ)



APMS 402. Studio Instruction for the Performance Concentration. (4 to a maximum of 12 Δ)



APMS 407. Studio Instruction for the Non-Major. (1, no limit Δ)



APMS 408. Studio Instruction for the Non-Major. (1, no limit Δ)



APMS 419. Studio Instruction for the Non-Performance Concentration. (1 or 2 to a maximum of 16 Δ)



APMS 420. Studio Instruction for the Non-Performance Concentration. (1 or 2 to a maximum of 16 Δ)



APMS 491. Senior Recital. (0)



APMS 501. Studio Instruction in the Principal Area of Concentration. (2 or 4 to a maximum of 8 Δ)



APMS 502. Studio Instruction in the Principal Area of Concentration. (2 or 4 to a maximum of 8 Δ)



APMS 519. Studio Instruction Outside the Principal Area of Concentration. (1 or 2 to a maximum of 8 Δ)



APMS 520. Studio Instruction Outside the Principal Area of Concentration. (1 or 2 to a maximum of 8 Δ)



APMS 591. Studio Instruction and Graduate Recital. (2 or 4 to a maximum of 8 Δ)



MUS 101. Concert Music. (0, no limit Δ)



MUS 102. Music Theory for the Non-Major. (3)



MUS 109. Group Voice I. (1, no limit Δ)



MUS 110. Group Voice II. (1, no limit Δ)



MUS 111. Group Piano I. (1, no limit Δ)



MUS 112. Group Piano II. (1, no limit Δ)



MUS 116. Group Guitar I. (2)



MUS 117. Group Guitar II. (2)



MUS 130. Music Fundamentals. (3)



MUS 139. Music Appreciation. (3)



MUS 142. Rock Music Appreciation. (3)



MUS 143. University Chorus. (1, no limit Δ)



MUS 150. Music Theory I. (2)



MUS 150L. Music Theory I Aural Lab. (2)



MUS 152. Music Theory II. (2)



MUS 152L. Music Theory II Aural Lab. (2)



MUS 170. String Pedagogy Seminar I. (2 to a maximum of 4 Δ)



MUS 170L. String Pedagogy Lab I. (1 to a maximum of 2 Δ)



MUS 172. Jazz History. (3)



MUS 209. Diction for Singers I. (2)



MUS 210. Diction for Singers II. (2)



MUS 211. Group Piano III. (1, no limit Δ)



MUS 212. Group Piano IV. (1, no limit Δ)



MUS 231. Chamber Music. (1, no limit Δ)



MUS 232. Early Music Ensemble. (1, no limit Δ)



MUS 233. Symphony Orchestra. (1, no limit Δ)



MUS 234. Jazz Band. (1, no limit Δ)



MUS 236. Introduction to Improvisation. (1 to a maximum of 3 Δ)



MUS 237. Jazz Improvisation I. (1)



MUS 238. Jazz Theory/Keyboard. (2)



MUS 241. University Band. (1, no limit Δ)



MUS 243. Concert Choir. (1, no limit Δ)



MUS 250. Music Theory III. (2)



MUS 250L. Music Theory III Aural Lab. (2)



MUS 252. Music Theory IV. (2)



MUS 252L. Music Theory IV Aural Lab. (2)



MUS 254. Introduction to Composition in the Western Tradition. (2)



MUS 266. Singing for Actors. (2)



MUS 270. String Pedagogy Seminar II. (2 to a maximum of 4 Δ)



MUS 270L. String Pedagogy Lab II. (1 to a maximum of 2 Δ)



MUS 271. Music Today. (3)



MUS 305. Composition I. (2)



MUS 306. Composition II. (2)



MUS 309. Form and Analysis. (2)



MUS 311 / 511. Computer Applications I. (2)



MUS 325 / 525. Post-Tonal Theory. (3)



MUS 330 [230]. Opera Studio. (1, no limit Δ)



MUS 336. Jazz Improvisation II. (1)



MUS 337. Jazz Improvisation III. (1)



MUS 338. Jazz Arranging. (2)



MUS 343. Selected Topics in Jazz Studies. (3, no limit Δ)



MUS 351. Undergraduate Problems. (1-3 to a maximum of 12 Δ)



MUS 361. History of Music I. (3)



MUS 362. History of Music II. (3)



MUS 363. Conducting. (2)



MUS 365. Instrumental Conducting. (2)



MUS 370. String Pedagogy Seminar III. (2 to a maximum of 4 Δ)



MUS 370L. String Pedagogy Lab III. (1 to a maximum of 2 Δ)



MUS 371. Music History for Non-Majors. (3)



MUS 375. The Beatles' Musical Revolution. (3)



MUS 380 / 580. Recording Techniques I. (2)



MUS 388 / 588. Music Pedagogy. (2, no limit Δ)



MUS 389 / 589. Music Pedagogy. (2, no limit Δ)



MUS 395 / 595. Accompanying. (1, no limit Δ)



MUS 405 / 505. Sixteenth-Century Counterpoint. (2)



MUS 406 / 506. Eighteenth-Century Counterpoint. (2)



MUS 409 / 509 . Compositional Form & Analysis I [Composition III]. (2)



MUS 410 / 510 . Compositional Form & Analysis II [Composition IV]. (2)



MUS 412 / 512. Computer Applications II. (2)



MUS 413 / 513. Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Music. (3)



MUS 414 / 514. Studies in Baroque Music. (3)



MUS 415 / 515. Studies in Classic and Romantic Music. (3)



MUS 416 / 516. Studies in Twentieth-Century Music. (3)



MUS 417 / 517. Native American Music. (3)



MUS 418 / 518. Alaska Native Music and Culture. (3)



MUS 421 / 521. Introduction to Max Programming for Musicians. (3)



MUS 422 / 522. Indigenous World Music. (3)



MUS 435 / 535. Special Topics in Music. (1-3, no limit Δ)



MUS 436 / 536. Selected Topics in Contemporary World Music. (3, no limit Δ)



MUS 437 / 537. Selected Topics in Music Literature. (3, no limit Δ)



MUS 439 / 539. Selected Topics in Music Theory. (3, no limit Δ)



MUS 444 / 544. Anthropology of World Beat. (3)



MUS 448 / 548. The Anthropology of Music and Sound. (3)



MUS 449 / 549. Music Repertory. (2, no limit Δ)



MUS 453. Orchestration. (2)



MUS 470. String Pedagogy Seminar IV. (2 to a maximum of 4 Δ)



MUS 470L. String Pedagogy Lab IV. (1 to a maximum of 2 Δ)



MUS 472. String Pedagogy Recital. (2)



MUS 481 / 581. Recording Techniques II. (2)



MUS *484. Evaluating the Arts. (3)



MUS 487 / 587. Contemporary Interdisciplinary Topics. (3 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



MUS 499. Senior Thesis. (3-6 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



MUS 505 / 405. Sixteenth-Century Counterpoint. (2)



MUS 506 / 406. Eighteenth-Century Counterpoint. (2)



MUS 509 / 409 [409]. Compositional Form & Analysis I . (2)



MUS 510 / 410. Compositional Form & Analysis II . (2)



MUS 511 / 311. Computer Applications I. (2)



MUS 512 / 412. Computer Applications II. (2)



MUS 513 / 413. Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Music. (3)



MUS 514 / 414. Studies in Baroque Music. (3)



MUS 515 / 415. Studies in Classic and Romantic Music. (3)



MUS 516 / 416. Studies in Twentieth-Century Music. (3)



MUS 517 / 417. Native American Music. (3)



MUS 518 / 418. Alaska Native Music and Culture. (3)



MUS 521 / 421. Introduction to Max Programming for Musicians. (3)



MUS 522 / 422. Indigenous World Music. (3)



MUS 525 / 325. Post-Tonal Theory. (3)



MUS 527. Theory Pedagogy. (3)



MUS 529. Techniques of Twentieth-Century Composition. (3)



MUS 531. Bibliography and Research. (3)



MUS 535 / 435. Special Topics in Music. (1-3, no limit Δ)



MUS 536 / 436. Selected Topics in Contemporary World Music. (3, no limit Δ)



MUS 537 / 437. Selected Topics in Music Literature. (3, no limit Δ)



MUS 539 / 439. Selected Topics in Music Theory. (3, no limit Δ)



MUS 544 / 444. Anthropology of World Beat. (3)



MUS 548 / 448. The Anthropology of Music and Sound. (3)



MUS 549 / 449. Music Repertory. (2, no limit Δ)



MUS 551. Graduate Problems. (1-3 to a maximum of 12 Δ)



MUS 560. Ensemble Performance. (1, no limit Δ)



MUS 565. Advanced Instrumental Conducting. (2)



MUS 571. Conducting Seminar. (2 to a maximum of 12 Δ)



MUS 572. Advanced Conducting Seminar. (2 to a maximum of 8 Δ)



MUS 580 / 380. Recording Techniques I. (2)



MUS 581 / 481. Recording Techniques II. (2)



MUS 584. Problems in Interdisciplinary Studies. (3 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



MUS 587 / 487. Contemporary Interdisciplinary Topics. (3 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



MUS 588 / 388. Music Pedagogy. (2, no limit Δ)



MUS 589 / 389. Music Pedagogy. (2, no limit Δ)



MUS 595 / 395. Accompanying. (1, no limit Δ)



MUS 599. Master’s Thesis. (1-6, no limit Δ)



MUSE 155. Orchestral Instruments. (1-2 to a maximum of 9 Δ)



MUSE 194. Introduction to Music Education. (1)



MUSE 195. Introductory Teaching Practicum. (1)



MUSE 213. Choral Lab. (0, no limit Δ [0])



MUSE 215. Instrumental Lab. (0, no limit Δ [0])



MUSE 233. Symphony Orchestra. (1, no limit Δ)



MUSE 241. University Band. (1, no limit Δ)



MUSE 243. Concert Choir. (1, no limit Δ)



MUSE 292. Early Childhood Music for Classroom Teachers. (3)



MUSE 293. Multicultural Awareness Through Music Skills. (3)



MUSE 298. Music for the Elementary Teacher. (3)



MUSE 313. Choral Music Methods. (3)



MUSE 315. Instrumental Music Methods. (3)



MUSE 317. Jazz Methods. (1)



MUSE 346. Teaching Music in the Elementary Schools. (3)



MUSE 347. Introduction to Early Childhood Music Education. (1)



MUSE 363. Conducting. (2)



MUSE 400. Student Teaching in the Elementary School. (3-6, no limit Δ)



MUSE 415. Instrumental Repertory. (1)



MUSE 429 / 529. Workshop . (1-4, no limit Δ)



MUSE 438 / 538. Selected Topics in Music Education. (3, no limit Δ)



MUSE 441. Marching Band Methods. (2)



MUSE 443 / 553. Music for the Pre-school Child. (3)



MUSE *446. Secondary School Music. (3)



MUSE 455. Teaching Reading in the Music Classroom. (3)



MUSE 457 / 557. Foundations of Musical Behavior. (3)



MUSE 461. Student Teaching in the Secondary Schools. (3-6, no limit Δ)



MUSE 529 / 429. Workshop . (1-4, no limit Δ)



MUSE 532. Introduction to Research in Music Education. (3)



MUSE 534. Seminar in Music Education. (3)



MUSE 538 / 438. Selected Topics in Music Education. (3, no limit Δ)



MUSE 543 / 453. Music for the Pre-school Child. (3)



MUSE 550. Philosophy of Music Education. (3)



MUSE 551. Graduate Problems. (1-3 to a maximum of 12 Δ)



MUSE 557 / 457. Foundations of Musical Behavior. (3)



MUSE 598. Music Education Project. (1-4)



MUSE 599. Master’s Thesis. (1-6, no limit Δ)



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