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Undergraduate Catalog 2008-2009

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UT Arlington Undergraduate Catalog Fall 2008
Course Descriptions for Music (MUSI)

MUSI 0101. MARCHING BAND (1-0) The music major must receive credit for the ensembles required in his/her option. The schedule of classes indicates which ensembles are offered each semester. Prerequisite: Approval of the ensemble director.

MUSI 0102. WIND SYMPHONY (1-0) The music major must receive credit for the ensembles required in his/her option. The schedule of classes indicates which ensembles are offered each semester. Prerequisite: Approval of the ensemble director.

MUSI 0103. SYMPHONIC WINDS (1-0) The music major must receive credit for the ensembles required in his/her option. The schedule of classes indicates which ensembles are offered each semester. Prerequisite: Approval of the ensemble director.

MUSI 0104. A CAPPELLA CHOIR (1-0) The music major must receive credit for the ensembles required in his/her option. The schedule of classes indicates which ensembles are offered each semester. Prerequisite: Approval of the ensemble director.

MUSI 0106. CHAMBER SINGERS (0-3) The music major must receive credit for the ensembles required in his/her option. The schedule of classes indicates which ensembles are offered each semester. Prerequisite: Approval of the ensemble director.

MUSI 0108. UNIVERSITY SINGERS (1-0) The music major must receive credit for the ensembles required in his/her option. The schedule of classes indicates which ensembles are offered each semester. Prerequisite: Approval of the ensemble director.

MUSI 0109. KEYBOARD ENSEMBLE (1-0) The music major must receive credit for the ensembles required in his/her option. The schedule of classes indicates which ensembles are offered each semester. Prerequisite: Approval of the ensemble director.

MUSI 0110. WOODWIND ENSEMBLE (3-0) The music major must receive credit for the ensembles required in his/her option. The schedule of classes indicates which ensembles are offered each semester. Prerequisite: Approval of the ensemble director.

MUSI 0111. BRASS CHOIR (3-0) The music major must receive credit for the ensembles required in his/her option. The schedule of classes indicates which ensembles are offered each semester. Prerequisite: Approval of the ensemble director.

MUSI 0112. JAZZ ORCHESTRA (1-0) The music major must receive credit for the ensembles required in his/her option. The schedule of classes indicates which ensembles are offered each semester. Prerequisite: Approval of the ensemble director.

MUSI 0114. PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE (1-0) The music major must receive credit for the ensembles required in his/her option. The schedule of classes indicates which ensembles are offered each semester. Prerequisite: Approval of the ensemble director.

MUSI 0115. MUSICAL THEATRE / OPERA LAB (0-1) The music major must receive credit for the ensembles required in his/her option. The schedule of classes indicates which ensembles are offered each semester. Prerequisite: Approval of the ensemble director. By audition only.

MUSI 0116. JAZZ ENSEMBLE (1-0) The music major must receive credit for the ensembles required in his/her option. The schedule of classes indicates which ensembles are offered each semester. Prerequisite: Approval of the ensemble director.

MUSI 0117. TROMBONE CHOIR (2-0) The music major must receive credit for the ensembles required in his/her option. The schedule of classes indicates which ensembles are offered each semester. Prerequisite: Approval of the ensemble director.

MUSI 0118. MARCHING PERCUSSION (3-0) The music major must receive credit for the ensembles required in his/her option. The schedule of classes indicates which ensembles are offered each semester. Prerequisite: Approval of the ensemble director.

MUSI 0119. TRUMPET ENSEMBLE (1-0) The music major must receive credit for the ensembles required in his/her option. The schedule of classes indicates which ensembles are offered each semester. Prerequisite: Approval of the ensemble director.

MUSI 0120. FRENCH HORN ENSEMBLE (1-0) The music major must receive credit for the ensembles required in his/her option. The schedule of classes indicates which ensembles are offered each semester. Prerequisite: Approval of the ensemble director.

MUSI 0121. COLOR GUARD (1-0) The music major must receive credit for the ensembles required in his/her option. The schedule of classes indicates which ensembles are offered each semester. Prerequisite: Approval of the ensemble director.

MUSI 0122. JAZZ COMBO (2-0) The music major must receive credit for the ensembles required in his/her option. The schedule of classes indicates which ensembles are offered each semester. Prerequisite: Approval of the ensemble director.

MUSI 0123. VOCAL JAZZ (2-0) The music major must receive credit for the ensembles required in his/her option. The schedule of classes indicates which ensembles are offered each semester. Prerequisite: Approval of the ensemble director.

MUSI 0124. FLUTE CHOIR (1-0) The music major must receive credit for the ensembles required in his/her option. The schedule of classes indicates which ensembles are offered each semester. Prerequisite: Approval of the ensemble director.

MUSI 0125. SAX CHOIR (1-0) The music major must receive credit for the ensembles required in his/her option. The schedule of classes indicates which ensembles are offered each semester. Prerequisite: Approval of the ensemble director.

MUSI 0126. STRING QUARTET (1-0) The music major must receive credit for the ensembles required in his/her option. The schedule of classes indicates which ensembles are offered each semester. Prerequisite: Approval of the ensemble director.

MUSI 0127. TUBA ENSEMBLE (1-0) The music major must receive credit for the ensembles required in his/her option. The schedule of classes indicates which ensembles are offered each semester. Prerequisite: Approval of the ensemble director.

MUSI 0128. ORCHESTRA (1-0) The music major must receive credit for the ensembles required in his/her option. The schedule of classes indicates which ensembles are offered each semester. Prerequisite: Approval of the ensemble director.

MUSI 0130. SYMPHONIC BAND (1-0) The music major must receive credit for the ensembles required in his/her option. The schedule of classes indicates which ensembles are offered each semester. Prerequisite: Approval of the ensemble director.

MUSI 0171. ELECTIVE PERFORMANCE (1-0) For students who desire elective private instruction in strings, woodwinds, brass, keyboard, voice, or percussion. May be repeated eight times for credit.

MUSI 0174. SECONDARY KEYBOARD (1-0) For music majors whose degree option requires secondary piano, organ, or harpsichord. A jury is required to receive credit. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: MUSI 2181 or faculty approval.

MUSI 0175. SECONDARY VOICE (1-0) For music majors whose degree option requires secondary voice. A jury is required to receive credit. May be repeated for credit.

MUSI 1101. JAZZ LISTENING (1-0) Develop intelligent listening habits with regard to standard small and large jazz ensemble repertoire. Students are exposed to influential recordings by performers such as Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Charlie Parker, etc. Open to all students; required of jazz studies majors. Topics change each semester.

MUSI 1103. HIGH BRASS CLASS (0-2) Open to music majors only. Emphasis on pedagogical techniques for teaching the trumpet and French horn. Lectures and playing opportunities will provide information concerning the teaching of embouchure, tonguing, tonal and technical development to beginning students.

MUSI 1104. WOODWIND CLASS I (0-2) Open to music majors only. Emphasis on pedagogical techniques for teaching the clarinet and flute. Lectures and playing opportunities will provide information concerning the teaching of embouchure, tonguing, tonal and technical development to beginning students.

MUSI 1105. VOICE CLASS (0-2) Open to music majors only. A practical study of the physiology of the voice with emphasis on vocal technique, sound production, the changing voice, and limited repertoire.

MUSI 1106. LOW BRASS CLASS (0-2) Open to music majors only. Emphasis on pedagogical techniques for teaching the trombone and euphonium/tuba. Lectures and playing opportunities will provide information concerning the teaching of embouchure, tonguing, tonal and technical development to beginning students.

MUSI 1107. WOODWIND CLASS II (0-2) Open to music majors only. Emphasis on pedagogical techniques for teaching the saxophone, oboe and bassoon. Lectures and playing opportunities will provide information concerning the teaching of embouchure, tonguing, tonal and technical development to beginning students.

MUSI 1180. FUNCTIONAL PIANO I (0-2) Required of and limited to music majors who are not piano majors or concentrates. The aim is to develop keyboard skills necessary to use the piano as a tool in teaching, composing, improvising, and performing.

MUSI 1181. FUNCTIONAL PIANO II (0-2) Required of and limited to music majors who are not piano majors or concentrates. The aim is to develop keyboard skills necessary to use the piano as a tool in teaching, composing, improvising, and performing. A continuation of MUSI 1180. Prerequisite: MUSI 1180.

MUSI 1185. SIGHTSINGING AND EAR TRAINING I (0-2) (MUSI 1116). Techniques of melodic and rhythmic sightsinging and procedures of dictation.

MUSI 1186. SIGHTSINGING AND EAR TRAINING II (0-2) A continuation of MUSI 1185 using more difficult materials. Prerequisite: MUSI 1185.

MUSI 1240. PRIVATE LESSONS IN VOICE (1-0) This sequence of courses is required of music majors whose concentration is voice. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair.

MUSI 1241. PRIVATE LESSONS IN VOICE (0-1) This sequence of courses is required of music majors whose concentration is voice. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair.

MUSI 1242. PRIVATE LESSONS IN PIANO (1-0) This sequence of courses is required of music majors whose concentration is piano. These courses are open to non-music majors only with the written approval of the Music Department chair.

MUSI 1243. PRIVATE LESSONS IN PIANO (1-0) This sequence of courses is required of music majors whose concentration is piano. These courses are open to non-music majors only with the written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 1242.

MUSI 1244. PRIVATE LESSONS IN STRINGS (1-0) This sequence of courses meets the requirements of music majors whose concentration is strings. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair.

MUSI 1245. PRIVATE LESSONS IN STRINGS (1-0) This sequence of courses meets the requirements of music majors whose concentration is strings. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 1244.

MUSI 1246. PRIVATE LESSONS IN WOODWINDS (1-0) This sequence of courses is required of music majors whose concentration is woodwinds. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair.

MUSI 1247. PRIVATE LESSONS IN WOODWINDS (1-0) This sequence of courses is required of music majors whose concentration is woodwinds. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair.

MUSI 1248. PRIVATE LESSONS IN BRASS (1-0) This sequence of courses is required of music majors whose concentration is brass. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair.

MUSI 1249. PRIVATE LESSONS IN BRASS (1-0) This sequence of courses is required of music majors whose concentration is brass. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 1248.

MUSI 1250. PRIVATE LESSONS IN PERCUSSION (1-0) This sequence of courses is required of music majors whose concentration is percussion. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair.

MUSI 1251. PRIVATE LESSONS IN PERCUSSION (1-0) This sequence of courses is required of music majors whose concentration is percussion. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 1250.

MUSI 1252. PRIVATE LESSONS IN JAZZ BASS (2-0) This sequence of courses meets the requirements of jazz studies majors whose concentration is jazz bass. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair.

MUSI 1253. PRIVATE LESSONS IN JAZZ BASS (2-0) This sequence of courses meets the requirements of jazz studies majors whose concentration is jazz bass. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 1252.

MUSI 1257. PRIVATE LESSONS IN ORGAN (1-0) This sequence of courses is required of music majors whose concentration is organ. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair.

MUSI 1258. PRIVATE LESSONS IN ORGAN (2-0) This sequence of courses is required of music majors whose concentration is organ. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 1257.

MUSI 1267. PRIVATE LESSONS IN HARPSICHORD (2-0) This sequence is required of music majors whose concentration is harpsichord. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the music department chair.

MUSI 1268. PRIVATE LESSONS IN HARPSICHORD (2-0) This sequence is required of music majors whose concentration is harpsichord. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the music department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 1267.

MUSI 1300. MUSIC APPRECIATION (3-0) Open to all students as fine arts elective, designed to develop intelligent listening and enjoyment of music. Provides an opportunity to increase the student's cultural experience and vocabulary.

MUSI 1301. ELEMENTS OF MUSIC (3-0) Basic musical notation, harmony, and theory for non-music majors as a fine arts elective

MUSI 1302. HISTORY OF JAZZ (3-0) The development of American jazz from its African and European roots to the present. Open to all students of the University as a fine arts elective.

MUSI 1304. HISTORY OF ROCK MUSIC (3-0) Open to all students as fine arts elective. Explores the history and evolution of rock music emphasizing musical style and social context, from rhythm and blues through the present.

MUSI 1325. THEORY AND HARMONY I (3-0) Scales, intervals, triads, and part writing with primary triads. Prerequisite: Open to music majors or faculty approval.

MUSI 1326. THEORY AND HARMONY II (3-0) Part writing including all diatonic triads, seventh chords, and traditional non-chord tones. Prerequisite: MUSI 1325.

MUSI 2103. STRING CLASS (0-2) Open to music majors only. A practical study of the string instruments of the orchestra with emphasis on bowing techniques, articulation, performance of scales, and limited repertoire.

MUSI 2104. PERCUSSION CLASS (0-2) (MUSI 1188). Open to music majors only. A practical study of the percussion instruments of the band and orchestra with emphasis on rudimental techniques and performance of limited repertoire.

MUSI 2112. INTRODUCTION TO MUSIC PEDAGOGY (1-0) Comprehensive survey of instrumental, choral and elementary music through lecture and research pertaining to professional responsibilities and career opportunities.

MUSI 2180. FUNCTIONAL PIANO III (0-2) Required of and limited to music majors who are not piano majors or concentrates. The aim is to develop keyboard skills necessary to use the piano as a tool in teaching, composing, improvising, and performing. A continuation of MUSI 1181. Prerequisite: MUSI 1181.

MUSI 2181. FUNCTIONAL PIANO IV (0-2) Required of and limited to music majors who are not piano majors or concentrates. The aim is to develop keyboard skills necessary to use the piano as a tool in teaching, composing, improvising, and performing. A continuation of MUSI 2180. Prerequisite: MUSI 2180.

MUSI 2185. SIGHTSINGING AND EAR TRAINING III (0-2) A continuation of MUSI 1186 using moderately complex melodies and rhythms in more than one part. Prerequisite: MUSI 1186.

MUSI 2186. SIGHTSINGING AND EAR TRAINING IV (0-2) A continuation of MUSI 2185 using complex melodies and dictation in four parts. Prerequisite: MUSI 2185.

MUSI 2222. DEVELOPMENTAL PRIVATE LESSONS (2-0) Continued work in technique and repertoire to meet the requirements of the sophomore barrier.

MUSI 2227. COMPOSITION TECHNIQUES (2-0) Course designed to meet the needs of students desiring to become composers or teachers of composition. Prerequisite: C or better in MUSI 2325.

MUSI 2240. PRIVATE LESSONS IN VOICE (2-0) This sequence of courses is required of music majors whose concentration is voice. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 1241.

MUSI 2241. PRIVATE LESSONS IN VOICE (2-0) This sequence of courses is required of music majors whose concentration is voice. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 2240.

MUSI 2242. PRIVATE LESSONS IN PIANO (2-0) This sequence of courses is required of music majors whose concentration is piano. These courses are open to non-music majors only with the written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 1243.

MUSI 2243. PRIVATE LESSONS IN PIANO (2-0) This sequence of courses is required of music majors whose concentration is piano. These courses are open to non-music majors only with the written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 2242.

MUSI 2244. PRIVATE LESSONS IN STRINGS (2-0) This sequence of courses meets the requirements of music majors whose concentration is strings. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 1245.

MUSI 2245. PRIVATE LESSONS IN STRINGS (2-0) This sequence of courses meets the requirements of music majors whose concentration is strings. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 2244.

MUSI 2246. PRIVATE LESSONS IN WOODWINDS (2-0) This sequence of courses is required of music majors whose concentration is woodwinds. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 1247.

MUSI 2247. PRIVATE LESSONS IN WOODWINDS (2-0) This sequence of courses is required of music majors whose concentration is woodwinds. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 2246.

MUSI 2248. PRIVATE LESSONS IN BRASS (2-0) This sequence of courses is required of music majors whose concentration is brass. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 1249.

MUSI 2249. PRIVATE LESSONS IN BRASS (2-0) This sequence of courses is required of music majors whose concentration is brass. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 2248.

MUSI 2250. PRIVATE LESSONS IN PERCUSSION (2-0) This sequence of courses is required of music majors whose concentration is percussion. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 1251.

MUSI 2251. PRIVATE LESSONS IN PERCUSSION (2-0) This sequence of courses is required of music majors whose concentration is percussion. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 2250.

MUSI 2252. PRIVATE LESSONS IN JAZZ BASS (2-0) This sequence of courses meets the requirements of jazz studies majors whose concentration is jazz bass. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 1253.

MUSI 2253. PRIVATE LESSONS IN JAZZ BASS (2-0) This sequence of courses meets the requirements of jazz studies majors whose concentration is jazz bass. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 2252.

MUSI 2257. PRIVATE LESSONS IN ORGAN (2-0) This sequence of courses is required of music majors whose concentration is organ. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 2252.

MUSI 2258. PRIVATE LESSONS IN ORGAN (2-0) This sequence of courses is required of music majors whose concentration is organ. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 2257.

MUSI 2267. PRIVATE LESSONS IN HARPSICHORD (2-0) This sequence is required of music majors whose concentration is harpsichord. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the music department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 1268.

MUSI 2268. PRIVATE LESSONS IN HARPSICHORD (2-0) This sequence is required of music majors whose concentration is harpsichord. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the music department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 2267.

MUSI 2300. MUSICAL TRADITIONS OF THE WORLD (3-0) The music of Asia, Africa, and Oceania and the native traditions of the Americas; the role of music in the world's societies and non-Western music systems. Open to all students as a fine arts or liberal arts elective.

MUSI 2301. MUSIC IN FILM (3-0) A study of the history, compositional styles and impact of music in films during the 20th century. Open to all students as a fine arts or liberal arts elective.

MUSI 2302. MUSIC LITERATURE (3-0) An introduction to music literature of various style periods with an emphasis on reading orchestral scores.

MUSI 2325. THEORY AND HARMONY III (3-0) Modulation, chromatic part writing, and harmonic analysis. Prerequisite: MUSI 1326.

MUSI 2326. THEORY AND HARMONY IV (3-0) Harmonic, linear, and formal analysis of 19th- and 20th-century compositional techniques. Prerequisite: MUSI 2325.

MUSI 3101. ITALIAN AND FRENCH DICTION (0-2) A guide to correct pronunciation of Italian and French in vocal music.

MUSI 3103. VOCAL PEDAGOGY (1-0) A basic survey of the science of voice culture and the skills and knowledge needed to teach healthy, effective vocal production in school and/or private studio. Prerequisite: MUSI 2241.

MUSI 3125. JAZZ THEORY (1-0) Basic musical concepts relating to the jazz idiom such as scales, harmonies, styles, etc. Prerequisite: MUSI 1325 or faculty approval.

MUSI 3127. COMPUTER COMPOSITION I (1-0) Course designed to meet the needs of students desiring to become composers or teachers of composition. Prerequisite: MUSI 1326 and MUSI 3394.

MUSI 3128. COMPUTER COMPOSITION II (1-0) Course designed to meet the needs of students desiring to become composers or teachers of composition. Prerequisite: MUSI 3127.

MUSI 3180. FUNCTIONAL JAZZ PIANO (0-1) Develops basic jazz piano techniques necessary to use the keyboard as a tool in jazz education, composition, and improvisation. Required of all jazz studies majors. Offered fall odd years only. Prerequisite: C or better in MUSI 2181.

MUSI 3200. MARCHING BAND TECHNIQUES (2-0) Open to music majors only. A detailed study of the theory and history of marching band presentations.

MUSI 3211. EARLY CHILDHOOD MUSIC (2-0) Musical characteristics of children, folksong and composed literature, performance activities, song analysis, and techniques for reading and writing music. Open to music majors only. Prerequisite: MUSI 2186, MUSI 2326, C or better in MUSI 2112, or by permission of the chair of the department.

MUSI 3212. JAZZ TECHNIQUES (2-0) A study of jazz techniques as they apply to solo and ensemble performance.

MUSI 3213. INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLE LITERATURE AND PERFORMANCE I (2-0) A study of literature, music selection, rehearsal planning, sound production, and performance practices for beginning and intermediate instrumental ensembles. Prerequisite: C or better in MUSI 2112.

MUSI 3214. CHORAL ENSEMBLE LITERATURE AND PERFORMANCE I (2-0) A study of literature, music selection, rehearsal planning, vocal production, and performance practices for beginning and intermediate choral ensembles. Prerequisite: MUSI 2186, 2326, and C or better in MUSI 2112.

MUSI 3225. JAZZ IMPROVISATION I (2-1) The melodic and harmonic foundations of contemporary jazz solo performance. Prerequisite: MUSI 3125 or faculty approval.

MUSI 3226. JAZZ IMPROVISATION II (2-1) A continuation of Jazz Improvisation I. This course explores advanced techniques of contemporary jazz solo performance. Prerequisite: MUSI 3225.

MUSI 3239. APPLIED INSTRUCTION ON A SECONDARY INSTRUMENT (2-0) Open to music majors only. Applied instruction that covers the fundamentals and techniques specific to a secondary instrument.

MUSI 3240. PRIVATE LESSONS IN VOICE (2-0) This sequence of courses is required of music majors whose concentration is voice. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 2241.

MUSI 3241. PRIVATE LESSONS IN VOICE (2-0) This sequence of courses is required of music majors whose concentration is voice. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 3240.

MUSI 3242. PRIVATE LESSONS IN PIANO (2-0) This sequence of courses is required of music majors whose concentration is piano. These courses are open to non-music majors only with the written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 2243.

MUSI 3243. PRIVATE LESSONS IN PIANO (2-0) This sequence of courses is required of music majors whose concentration is piano. These courses are open to non-music majors only with the written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 3242.

MUSI 3244. PRIVATE LESSONS IN STRINGS (2-0) This sequence of courses meets the requirements of music majors whose concentration is strings. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 2245.

MUSI 3245. PRIVATE LESSONS IN STRINGS (2-0) This sequence of courses meets the requirements of music majors whose concentration is strings. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 3244.

MUSI 3246. PRIVATE LESSONS IN WOODWINDS (2-0) This sequence of courses is required of music majors whose concentration is woodwinds. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 2247.

MUSI 3247. PRIVATE LESSONS IN WOODWINDS (2-0) This sequence of courses is required of music majors whose concentration is woodwinds. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 3246.

MUSI 3248. PRIVATE LESSONS IN BRASS (2-0) This sequence of courses is required of music majors whose concentration is brass. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 2249.

MUSI 3249. PRIVATE LESSONS IN BRASS (2-0) This sequence of courses is required of music majors whose concentration is brass. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 3248.

MUSI 3250. PRIVATE LESSONS IN PERCUSSION (2-0) This sequence of courses is required of music majors whose concentration is percussion. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 2251.

MUSI 3251. PRIVATE LESSONS IN PERCUSSION (2-0) This sequence of courses is required of music majors whose concentration is percussion. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 3250.

MUSI 3252. PRIVATE LESSONS IN JAZZ BASS (2-0) This sequence of courses meets the requirements of jazz studies majors whose concentration is jazz bass. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 2253.

MUSI 3253. PRIVATE LESSONS IN JAZZ BASS (2-0) This sequence of courses meets the requirements of jazz studies majors whose concentration is jazz bass. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 3252.

MUSI 3257. PRIVATE LESSONS IN ORGAN (2-0) This sequence of courses is required of music majors whose concentration is organ. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 2258.

MUSI 3258. PRIVATE LESSONS IN ORGAN (2-0) This sequence of courses is required of music majors whose concentration is organ. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 3257.

MUSI 3267. PRIVATE LESSONS IN HARPSICHORD (2-0) This sequence is required of music majors whose concentration is harpsichord. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the music department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 2268.

MUSI 3268. PRIVATE LESSONS IN HARPSICHORD (2-0) This sequence is required of music majors whose concentration is harpsichord. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the music department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 3267.

MUSI 3294. APPLIED PEDAGOGY (2-0) A study of teaching techniques as they apply to studio or class instruction in applied music. Specific areas of study will change from semester to semester. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: Faculty approval.

MUSI 3295. PIANO PEDAGOGY (2-0) Open to music majors only. Teaching methods of beginning level private and class instruction. Prerequisite: Faculty approval.

MUSI 3300. MUSIC HISTORY I (3-0) The music of western civilization from ancient times to 1750. Prerequisite: MUSI 2326 or faculty approval.

MUSI 3301. MUSIC HISTORY II (3-0) The music of western civilization from 1750 to the present. Prerequisite: MUSI 2326 or faculty approval.

MUSI 3302. FORM AND ANALYSIS (3-0) Structure and analysis of the major forms of music literature. Prerequisite: MUSI 2326 and a passing grade on the Music Theory Barrier.

MUSI 3303. COUNTERPOINT (3-0) Overview of modal counterpoint; detailed study of harmonic counterpoint including canon, invention, and fugue. Prerequisite: MUSI 2326 and a passing grade on the Music Theory Barrier.

MUSI 3305. MUSIC FOR CHILDREN (3-0) A study of musical activities and the role of music in childhood. Includes music fundamentals, folk song literature, and musical characteristics of children. Cannot be counted toward a Bachelor of Music Degree.

MUSI 3308. Instrumental Conducting I (3-0) Open to music majors only. A practical study of basic instrumental conducting and score reading techniques. Prerequisite: MUSI 2186 and MUSI 2326.

MUSI 3309. CHORAL CONDUCTING I (3-0) Open to music majors only. A practical study of the technical and expressive skills required of choral conductors, as well as the development of score study techniques and error detection skills necessary to successfully conduct choral ensembles. Prerequisite: MUSI 2186 and MUSI 2326.

MUSI 3317. SINGING FOR THE ACTOR (3-0) An applied study of the vocal apparatus, vocal placement, the voice/body relationship, character, working with text, phrasing, and auditioning as they relate to singing in musical theatre for the Broadway or West End theatre. Emphasis is placed on integrating singing and acting skills. Prerequisite: THEA 1307 and permission of faculty. Same as offering THEA 3317. Credit will be granted only once.

MUSI 3326. POST-TONAL ANALYSIS (3-0) Study of pitch, harmony, rhythm, & form in music from Debussy to the present. Prerequisite: MUSI 2326, passing grade on the theory barrier exam.

MUSI 3350. PRIVATE LESSONS IN VOICE (3-0) Courses meet the requirements of performance majors in voice. Performance of a junior (half) recital is the minimum requirement for completion of MUSI 3351. Prerequisite: MUSI 2241.

MUSI 3351. PRIVATE LESSONS IN VOICE (3-0) Courses meet the requirements of performance majors in voice. Performance of a junior (half) recital is the minimum requirement for completion of MUSI 3351. Prerequisite: MUSI 3350.

MUSI 3352. PRIVATE LESSONS IN PIANO (3-0) Courses meet the requirements of performance majors in piano. Performance of a junior (half) recital is the minimum requirement for completion of MUSI 3353. Prerequisite: MUSI 2243.

MUSI 3353. PRIVATE LESSONS IN PIANO (3-0) Courses meet the requirements of performance majors in piano. Performance of a junior (half) recital is the minimum requirement for completion of MUSI 3353. Prerequisite: MUSI 3352.

MUSI 3354. PRIVATE LESSONS IN STRINGS (3-0) These courses meet the requirements of performance majors in strings. Performance of a junior (half) recital is the minimum requirement for completion of MUSI 3355. Prerequisite: MUSI 2245.

MUSI 3355. PRIVATE LESSONS IN STRINGS (3-0) These courses meet the requirements of performance majors in strings. Performance of a junior (half) recital is the minimum requirement for completion of MUSI 3355. Prerequisite: MUSI 3354.

MUSI 3356. PRIVATE LESSONS IN WOODWINDS (3-0) These courses meet the requirements of performance majors in woodwinds. Performance of a junior (half) recital is the minimum requirement for completion of MUSI 3357. Prerequisite: MUSI 2247.

MUSI 3357. PRIVATE LESSONS IN WOODWINDS (3-0) These courses meet the requirements of performance majors in woodwinds. Performance of a junior (half) recital is the minimum requirement for completion of MUSI 3357. Prerequisite: MUSI 3356.

MUSI 3358. PRIVATE LESSONS IN BRASS (3-0) These courses meet the requirements of performance majors in brass. Performance of a junior (half) recital is the minimum requirement for completion of MUSI 3359. Prerequisite: MUSI 2249.

MUSI 3359. PRIVATE LESSONS IN BRASS (3-0) These courses meet the requirements of performance majors in brass. Performance of a junior (half) recital is the minimum requirement for completion of MUSI 3359. Prerequisite: MUSI 3358.

MUSI 3360. PRIVATE LESSONS IN PERCUSSION (3-0) These courses meet the requirements of performance majors in percussion. Performance of a junior (half) recital is the minimum requirement for completion of MUSI 3361. Prerequisite: MUSI 2251.

MUSI 3361. PRIVATE LESSONS IN PERCUSSION (3-0) These courses meet the requirements of performance majors in percussion. Performance of a junior (half) recital is the minimum requirement for completion of MUSI 3361. Prerequisite: MUSI 3360.

MUSI 3367. PRIVATE LESSONS IN ORGAN (3-0) These courses meet the requirements of performance majors in organ. Performance of a junior (half) recital is the minimum requirement for completion of MUSI 3368. Prerequisite: MUSI 2258.

MUSI 3368. PRIVATE LESSONS IN ORGAN (3-0) These courses meet the requirements of performance majors in organ. Performance of a junior (half) recital is the minimum requirement for completion of MUSI 3368. Prerequisite: MUSI 3367.

MUSI 3377. PRIVATE LESSONS IN HARPSICHORD (3-0) These courses meet the requirements of performance majors in harpsichord. Performance of a junior (half) recital is the minimum requirement for completion of MUSI 3378. Prerequisite: MUSI 2268.

MUSI 3378. PRIVATE LESSONS IN HARPSICHORD (3-0) These courses meet the requirements of performance majors in harpsichord. Performance of a junior (half) recital is the minimum requirement for completion of MUSI 3378. Prerequisite: MUSI 3377.

MUSI 3390. ADVANCED THEORY I (3-0) Seminar designed to meet the needs of students desiring to become theorists or teachers of theory. Prerequisite: Theory majors (grades of B or better in MUSI 2325, 2326, and 2186 and a passing grade on the Music Theory barrier exam); all other degree options (MUSI 2186, 2326, and a passing grade on the Music Theory barrier exam).

MUSI 3391. ADVANCED THEORY II (3-0) Seminar designed to meet the needs of students desiring to become theorists or teacher of theory. Prerequisite: MUSI 3390.

MUSI 3392. COMPOSITION I (3-0) Course designed to meet the needs of students desiring to become composers or teachers of composition. Prerequisite: B or better in MUSI 2227, 2325, 2326, and 2186 and a passing grade on the Music Theory barrier exam.

MUSI 3393. COMPOSITION II (3-0) Course designed to meet the needs of students desiring to become composers or teachers of composition. A continuation of MUSI 3392. Prerequisite: MUSI 3392.

MUSI 3394. DIGITAL MUSIC TECHNOLOGY (3-0) An introduction to the computer and to its use in the field of music. Topics include basic computer operation, information-management software, computer-assisted instruction in music, and music notation and sequencing software, MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface).

MUSI 4101. GERMAN AND ENGLISH DICTION (0-2) A guide to correct pronunciation of German and English in vocal music.

MUSI 4191. CONFERENCE COURSE (1-0) Special problems in music. Topic may change from semester to semester. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: Consent of the instructor or chair of the department.

MUSI 4205. ADVANCED FUNCTIONAL PIANO (2-0) Concentrated study of keyboard skills which include: sightreading, transposition, harmonization, and open score reading. Prerequisite: MUSI 2181 or faculty approval.

MUSI 4211. ELEMENTARY MUSIC (2-0) Focus on perception as it relates to children's development and participation in music through singing and playing instruments. Prerequisite: MUSI 3211.

MUSI 4213. INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLE LITERATURE AND PERFORMANCE II (2-0) A study of literature, music selection, rehearsal planning, sound production, and performance practices for intermediate and advanced instrumental ensembles. Prerequisite: MUSI 3213 or faculty approval.

MUSI 4214. CHORAL ENSEMBLE LITERATURE AND PERFORMANCE II (2-0) A study of literature, music selection, rehearsal planning, vocal production, and performance practices for intermediate and advanced choral ensembles. Prerequisite: MUSI 3214 or faculty approval.

MUSI 4215. ADMINISTRATION IN CHORAL AND INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC (2-0) Open to music education majors only. This course will emphasize administrative organization and management issues that are specific to music educators. Topics include UIL contests, festivals, fundraising, budgeting, booster clubs, public relations, music handbooks, and other pertinent administrative duties. Prerequisite: C or better in MUSI 2112.

MUSI 4216. STRATEGIES AND ASSESSMENT IN MUSIC PEDAGOGY (2-0) Open to music education majors only. Current trends in music education will be examined. Topics include behavior management, learning styles, students with special needs, exceptional students, and examination of major learning theories and principles of cognitive, social, emotional, physical and aesthetic development. This course will also examine a variety of assessment techniques that are used in a music classroom. Assessment tools such as rubrics, rating scales, National Standards, TEKS, TAKS, and TExES will be examined and implemented into lesson planning. Prerequisite: C or better in MUSI 2112.

MUSI 4225. ADVANCED JAZZ IMPROVISATION (2-0) A continuation of Jazz Improvisation II. This course explores advanced techniques of contemporary jazz solo performance. Prerequisite: MUSI 3226.

MUSI 4240. PRIVATE LESSONS IN VOICE (2-0) This sequence of courses is required of music majors whose concentration is voice. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 3241.

MUSI 4241. PRIVATE LESSONS IN VOICE (2-0) This sequence of courses is required of music majors whose concentration is voice. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 4240.

MUSI 4242. PRIVATE LESSONS IN PIANO (2-0) This sequence of courses is required of music majors whose concentration is piano. These courses are open to non-music majors only with the written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 3243.

MUSI 4243. PRIVATE LESSONS IN PIANO (2-0) This sequence of courses is required of music majors whose concentration is piano. These courses are open to non-music majors only with the written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 4242.

MUSI 4244. PRIVATE LESSONS IN STRINGS (2-0) This sequence of courses meets the requirements of music majors whose concentration is strings. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 3245.

MUSI 4245. PRIVATE LESSONS IN STRINGS (2-0) This sequence of courses meets the requirements of music majors whose concentration is strings. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 4244.

MUSI 4246. PRIVATE LESSONS IN WOODWINDS (2-0) This sequence of courses is required of music majors whose concentration is woodwinds. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 3247.

MUSI 4247. PRIVATE LESSONS IN WOODWINDS (2-0) This sequence of courses is required of music majors whose concentration is woodwinds. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 4246.

MUSI 4248. PRIVATE LESSONS IN BRASS (2-0) This sequence of courses is required of music majors whose concentration is brass. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 3249.

MUSI 4249. PRIVATE LESSONS IN BRASS (2-0) This sequence of courses is required of music majors whose concentration is brass. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 4248.

MUSI 4250. PRIVATE LESSONS IN PERCUSSION (2-0) This sequence of courses is required of music majors whose concentration is percussion. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 3251.

MUSI 4251. PRIVATE LESSONS IN PERCUSSION (2-0) This sequence of courses is required of music majors whose concentration is percussion. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 4250.

MUSI 4252. PRIVATE LESSONS IN JAZZ BASS (2-0) This sequence of courses meets the requirements of jazz studies majors whose concentration is jazz bass. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 3253.

MUSI 4253. PRIVATE LESSONS IN JAZZ BASS (2-0) This sequence of courses meets the requirements of jazz studies majors whose concentration is jazz bass. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 4252.

MUSI 4257. PRIVATE LESSONS IN ORGAN (2-0) This sequence of courses is required of music majors whose concentration is organ. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 3258.

MUSI 4258. PRIVATE LESSONS IN ORGAN (2-0) This sequence of courses is required of music majors whose concentration is organ. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 4257.

MUSI 4267. PRIVATE LESSONS IN HARPSICHORD (2-0) This sequence is required of music majors whose concentration is harpsichord. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the music department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 3268.

MUSI 4268. PRIVATE LESSONS IN HARPSICHORD (2-0) This sequence is required of music majors whose concentration is harpsichord. These courses are open to non-music majors only with written approval of the music department chair. Prerequisite: MUSI 4267.

MUSI 4280. SPECIAL TOPICS IN MUSIC (2-0) Special studies in music. Topics will vary from semester to semester. May be repeated for credit when topics vary.

MUSI 4291. CONFERENCE COURSE (2-0) Special problems in music. Topic may change from semester to semester. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: Consent of the instructor or chair of the department.

MUSI 4300. JAZZ PERSPECTIVES (3-0) Open to music majors only. An in-depth study of the history, literature, and styles of the jazz idiom.

MUSI 4301. ORCHESTRATION (3-0) Scoring for strings, woodwinds, brass, percussion, and voice as related to orchestra, band, and choir. Prerequisite: MUSI 2186, 2326 and a passing grade on the Music Theory Barrier.

MUSI 4302. JAZZ ARRANGING (3-0) Arranging in the jazz and commercial idioms with emphasis on the large jazz ensemble. Prerequisite: MUSI 3125 and 3225 or consent of the instructor.

MUSI 4308. INSTRUMENTAL CONDUCTING II (3-0) Open to music majors only. A study of advanced conducting techniques, including score reading, rehearsal techniques, ensemble concepts, articulations and musical style. Prerequisite: MUSI 3308.

MUSI 4309. CHORAL CONDUCTING II (3-0) Open to music majors only. Application of the technical and expressive aspects of choral conducting, score study techniques, error detection skills, and rehearsal planning and implementation techniques in a laboratory-conducting situation. Offered every spring odd year. Prerequisite: MUSI 3309.

MUSI 4323. BUSINESS OF MUSIC (3-0) A study of the structure of the music business and relationships among occupations in the industry. Topics include publishing, copyright licensing, artist management, the record industry, music in film and broadcasting, and career development and planning.

MUSI 4324. HISTORY OF MUSICAL THEATRE (3-0) A historical survey of American theatre music from the colonial period to the present. Open to all students as a fine arts elective.

MUSI 4325. MUSIC IN MEDIA (3-0) An in-depth survey and production class which presents the ways in which music is used in radio, television, motion pictures, live musical productions, and the recording industry. The class focuses on various functions and styles of music in those media. Prerequisite: MUSI 3394.

MUSI 4390. RECORDING TECHNIQUES I (3-0) Live performance and studio recording techniques. Topics include microphone selection and placement, equalization techniques, overdubbing, console-mixing, sound synchronization, and related recording techniques. Prerequisite: MUSI 3394.

MUSI 4391. CONFERENCE COURSE (3-0) Special problems in music. Topic may change from semester to semester. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: Consent of the instructor or chair of the department.

MUSI 4393. CAPSTONE IN MUSIC THEORY (3-0) Senior project in music theory, culminating in a professional presentation on a selected topic in music theory. Prerequisite: MUSI 4490.

MUSI 4394. HONORS THESIS/SENIOR PROJECT (0-0) Required of all students in the University Honors College. During the senior year, the student must complete a thesis or a project under the direction of a faculty member in the major department.

MUSI 4395. INTERNSHIP (3-0) The Internship course is designed to give students practical experience in a variety of music media and music business settings. The student must work with a local business for at least ten hours per week (140 hours total).

MUSI 4450. PRIVATE LESSONS IN VOICE (1-0) These courses meet the requirements of performance majors in voice. Performance of a senior (full) recital is required for completion of MUSI 4451. Prerequisite: MUSI 3351.

MUSI 4451. PRIVATE LESSONS IN VOICE (1-0) These courses meet the requirements of performance majors in voice. Performance of a senior (full) recital is required for completion of MUSI 4451. Prerequisite: MUSI 4450.

MUSI 4452. PRIVATE LESSONS IN PIANO (1-0) These courses meet the requirements of performance majors in piano. Performance of a senior (full) recital is required for completion of MUSI 4453. Prerequisite: MUSI 3353.

MUSI 4453. PRIVATE LESSONS IN PIANO (1-0) These courses meet the requirements of performance majors in piano. Performance of a senior (full) recital is required for completion of MUSI 4453. Prerequisite: MUSI 4452.

MUSI 4454. PRIVATE LESSONS IN STRINGS (1-0) These courses meet the requirements of performance majors in strings. Performance of a senior (full) recital is required for completion of MUSI 4455. Prerequisite: MUSI 3355.

MUSI 4455. PRIVATE LESSONS IN STRINGS (1-0) These courses meet the requirements of performance majors in strings. Performance of a senior (full) recital is required for completion of MUSI 4455. Prerequisite: MUSI 4454.

MUSI 4456. PRIVATE LESSONS IN WOODWINDS (1-0) These courses meet the requirements of performance majors in woodwinds. Performance of a senior (full) recital is required for completion of MUSI 4457. Prerequisite: MUSI 3357.

MUSI 4457. PRIVATE LESSONS IN WOODWINDS (1-0) These courses meet the requirements of performance majors in woodwinds. Performance of a senior (full) recital is required for completion of MUSI 4457. Prerequisite: MUSI 4456.

MUSI 4458. PRIVATE LESSONS IN BRASS (1-0) These courses meet the requirements of performance majors in brass. Performance of a senior (full) recital is required for completion of MUSI 4459. Prerequisite: MUSI 3359.

MUSI 4459. PRIVATE LESSONS IN BRASS (1-0) These courses meet the requirements of performance majors in brass. Performance of a senior (full) recital is required for completion of MUSI 4459. Prerequisite: MUSI 4458.

MUSI 4460. PRIVATE LESSONS IN PERCUSSION (1-0) These courses meet the requirements of performance majors in percussion. Performance of a senior (full) recital is required for completion of MUSI 4461. Prerequisite: MUSI 3361.

MUSI 4461. PRIVATE LESSONS IN PERCUSSION (1-0) These courses meet the requirements of performance majors in percussion. Performance of a senior (full) recital is required for completion of MUSI 4461. Prerequisite: MUSI 4460.

MUSI 4467. PRIVATE LESSONS IN ORGAN (1-0) These courses meet the requirements of performance majors in organ. Performance of a senior (full) recital is required for completion of MUSI 4468. Prerequisite: MUSI 3368.

MUSI 4468. PRIVATE LESSONS IN ORGAN (1-0) These courses meet the requirements of performance majors in organ. Performance of a senior (full) recital is required for completion of MUSI 4468. Prerequisite: MUSI 4467.

MUSI 4477. PRIVATE LESSONS IN HARPSICHORD (1-0) This course meets the requirements of performance majors in harpsichord. Performance of a senior (full) recital is required for completion of MUSI 4478. Prerequisite: MUSI 3378.

MUSI 4478. PRIVATE LESSONS IN HARPSICHORD (1-0) These courses meet the requirements of performance majors in harpsichord. Performance of a senior (full) recital is required for completion of MUSI 4478. Prerequisite: MUSI 4477.

MUSI 4490. ADVANCED THEORY III (4-0) Seminar designed to meet the needs of students desiring to become theorists or teacher of theory. Prerequisite: MUSI 3391.

MUSI 4491. ADVANCED THEORY IV (4-0) Seminar designed to meet the needs of students desiring to become theorists or teachers of theory. Prerequisite: MUSI 4490.

MUSI 4492. COMPOSITION III (4-0) Individual instruction designed to meet the needs of students desiring to become composers or teachers of composition. A continuation of MUSI 3393. Prerequisite: MUSI 3393.

MUSI 4493. COMPOSITION IV (4-0) Individual instruction designed to meet the needs of students desiring to become composers or teachers of composition. A continuation of MUSI 4492. Prerequisite: MUSI 4492.