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Music (Music)

200 |300 |400 |Graduate Courses | www.music.iastate.edu

Michael Golemo, Chair of Department
Distinguished Professors (Emeritus): White
University Professors: David
Professors (Emeritus): Bleyle, Brandt, Burkhalter, Drexler, Haug, Messenger, Molison, Swift, Vongrabow
Professors: Cox, Darlington, Prater, J. Rodde, Simonson, Stuart, Work, Zeigler
Professors (Adjunct): Estes
Associate Professors: Bovinette, Golemo, Larkin, Munsen, Schilling, Sturm, Tam
Professors (Emeritus): Alcorn, Bjurstrom
Assistant Professors: J. Baker, Creswell, S. Giles, Hannon, Hopkins, Sunderman
Assistant Professors (Emeritus): Waggoner
Assistant Professors (Adjunct): Bryden, Trenberth
Instructors (Collaborators): Boote, Foss
Lecturers: Forrest, M. Giles, Kleptach, K. Rodde, Seebeck, Smith, Tener, Tsao-Lim

Undergraduate Study

The Department of Music offers a strong undergraduate music program, where students study with full-time faculty professionals in a supportive environment that encourages students to become their best.

The curriculum of the music department provides:

1. A comprehensive program of professional studies for students who wish to prepare for careers in music, including teaching, performance, and composition, and for students who plan to pursue graduate studies in music.

2. Courses in music literature, theory and areas of performance for all students, regardless of major.

The department embodies the land-grant philosophy of service to the people of the state with a faculty of active scholars, teachers, and artists committed to excellence in teaching, creative/scholarly work, and arts outreach. The department is an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM).

The Theatre Program is administered by the Department of Music (see Index, Theatre Courses.)

Minor in Music.Candidates for the minor in music will complete 19 credits in music including:

a. 221 and 231

b. two of the following: 102, 120 or 302, 304, 383

c. four credits chosen from the following ensembles and applied music: 111, 113, 115, 141, 151, 161, 181, 321, 118, 318, 290F

At least 6 of the 19 credits must be in courses numbered 300 and above taken at ISU with a grade of C or better. The minor must include at least 9 credits that are not used to meet any other department, college, or university requirement.

Students pursuing a music minor must meet the audition requirements and/or prerequisites for all courses they wish to take.

Bachelor of Music

For the undergraduate curriculum in music, leading to the degree bachelor of music, see Liberal Arts and Sciences, Curriculum. In order to receive teacher certification in music, students must earn the Bachelor of Music degree.

Candidates for the bachelor of music will complete the following requirements.

Cr. 38-46 General education 0.5 Library 47 Music core 31-52 Area of Concentration:

(Students must select one of the following options: music education (vocal or instrumental), Performance (voice, piano, organ, string instrument, wind or percussion instrument) or composition.)

Bachelor of Arts-Music Major

For the undergraduate curriculum in Liberal Arts and Sciences, major in music, leading to the degree bachelor of arts, see Liberal Arts and Sciences, Curriculum.

Candidates for the degree bachelor of arts with a music major will normally complete 48 credits of music including the following required courses: 119, 120, 219, 221, 222, 231, 232, 319, 331, 332, 337, 338, 383, 384, 4 credits from: 111, 113, 115, 141, 151, 161, 181, 321.

Bachelor of arts students whose chief professional interest lies in research are encouraged to minor in world languages and cultures, history, literature, or philosophy.

General Requirements

Prior to being accepted as a music major, students are required to audition for applied faculty in their performance area (piano, organ, woodwinds, strings, percussion, brass, or voice), and must successfully demonstrate performance skills appropriate for college level instruction. Once accepted, a student must complete a placement examination in keyboard skills. This examination will be given by members of the departmental faculty during summer orientation, the week preceding the opening of classes for fall semester, or by appointment.

Seminars and Recitals.All music majors enrolled for applied music courses will attend a weekly 1-hour seminar in their areas and departmental recitals each semester.

Ensemble Requirement.All bachelor of music students must register for an ensemble course (111, 115, 141, 151, 161, 181, 113, 301, 321) each semester of full-time enrollment (except during student teaching). Students in a music education option must register for six semesters of large ensemble (111, 115, 141, 151, 161, 181) and one semester of chamber music ensemble (113, 161, 301, 321). Instrumental music education students may count one semester of 114A as a large ensemble. All full-time Bachelor of Music students in options other than music education must include among their ensembles at least two semesters of large ensemble (111, 115, 141, 151, 161, 181) and one semester of chamber ensemble (113, 161, 301, 321).

Continuation Examination.To be approved for continuation as a music major on the junior level, a student must pass a continuation examination taken normally at the end of the fourth semester. Before taking this examination, the student must fill out the requisite forms as well as write an essay including: (1) his/her personal goals, (2) a self-assessment of his/her progress thus far, and (3) an assessment of what he/she expects to accomplish before graduation.

The student taking the Continuation Examination performs for a Continuation Examination Committee. Requirements include the performance of three works representing different periods or styles selected by and studied with the applied teacher, a self-prepared piece, and sight reading. The student must display acceptable solo ability and performance techniques in at least one of the applied areas. A written evaluation will be given each student following his/her performance. This evaluation will include a candid assessment of the student's potential to achieve his/her goals. In addition, the student may arrange to meet with members of the Continuation Examination Committee at a later date to discuss the results of his/her Continuation Examination.

All music majors must demonstrate proficiency in piano as a part of the continuation examination. Proficiency will normally be demonstrated by completing Music 228 or, for keyboard majors, by completing Music 327. The student must pass all parts of the continuation examination in order to enroll in Music 319 or 419, Applied Music. Details and forms available at: www.music.iastate.edu.

Graduation Proficiency.To be recommended for graduation, a music student should demonstrate to the music faculty mature acquaintance with performance styles, technique, and repertoire. All music majors will participate in departmental recitals to the satisfaction of the department. Candidates for the bachelor of music degree will present a graduation recital.

Communication Proficiency requirement:The department requires a grade of C or better in each of Engl 150 and 250 (or 250H). In addition the Communication Proficiency must be certified through one of the following options:

1. Certification of writing skills, by the instructor, after completion of Music 120, 383, 384, 472, 473, 475, 490D, or 490E. (Passing one of these courses does not automatically satisfy the requirements for Communication Proficiency.)

2. Satisfactory completion of an advanced writing course (e.g., English 302, 305, or 314.)

Learning Outcomes and Assessment
Music graduates will understand and demonstrate: (1) Knowledge of music cultural heritage and history, (2) Appreciation for musical creativity, reasoning, and the aesthetic value of music, (3) Knowledge of organization and structures of music, (4) Analytical skills necessary for listening, performing, and teaching, (5) Skills necessary to perform music from a variety of periods, styles, and genres, (6) Necessary abilities to communicate ideas musically, verbally, and in writing, (7) Awareness of the diversity of musical ideas throughout the world's cultures, and (8) For Music Education students: success in meeting the ISU Teaching Standards as outlined by the University Teacher Education Program. Assessment measures include the continuation examination, graduating senior surveys and exit interviews, public performances, senior projects, course grades, teacher certification (for music education students), and the National Association of Schools of Music accreditation review.

Graduate Study

Courses open for nonmajor graduate credit: 346, 430, 440, 446, 472, 473, 475, 476.

Courses primarily for undergraduate students

Music 101. Fundamentals of Music. (1-2) Cr. 2. F.S. Prereq: Ability to read elementary musical notation. Notation, recognition, execution and analysis of scales, intervals, triads, and rhythm; key signatures; time signatures; transposition. Open to non-majors only.

Music 102. Introduction to Music Listening. (3-0) Cr. 3. F.S.SS. Expansion of the music listening experiences for the general student through greater awareness of differences in techniques of listening, performance media, and materials of the art. The course focuses on the elements of music: rhythm, melody, harmony, form, and style, and how these elements are used in musics of different cultures and time periods. Ability to read or perform music not required.

Music 105. Basic Musicianship. (1-4) Cr. 3. S. Prereq: Performing arts major classification. Beginning keyboard techniques, sight-reading, and ear training. Basic materials of music: notation, scales, intervals, key signatures, time signatures, rhythm, and harmony.

Music 111. Wind Ensemble. (0-3) Cr. 1. Repeatable. F.S. Prereq: Open to all students by audition. Emphasis on significant extended compositions for wind and percussion instruments. Performances include formal concerts on campus and the annual tour.

Music 112. Concert Band. (0-2) Cr. 1. Repeatable. F.S. Prereq: Open to all students who have performed on a wind or percussion instrument in high school band or orchestra. Repertoire includes the broad spectrum of band music. Two concerts are presented each semester.

Music 113. Jazz Ensemble. (0-2) Cr. 1. Repeatable. F.S. Prereq: Open to all students by audition. Designed to explore various styles and trends in contemporary jazz.

Music 114. Marching and Pep Bands. (0-5) Cr. 1. Repeatable.
A. Marching Band. F. Membership determined by audition and band application. Auditions held for woodwind, brass, percussion, flag, and twirler positions. Presentation of pre-game and half time shows at each home football game; additional performances are also scheduled on and off campus. Audition information is listed on the band website (www.music.iastate.edu/org/marching).
B. Pep Band. S. Prereq: Students selected by audition from current members of 114A. Performances at basketball games.

Music 115. Symphonic Band. (0-3) Cr. 1. Repeatable. F.S. Prereq: Open to all students by audition. Stresses high quality wind literature. Performances include formal concerts on campus.

Music 118. Applied Music: Non-majors. Cr. 1-2. Repeatable. F.S.SS. Prereq: Audition, permission of instructor. (.5-0) for 1 cr. (1-0) for 2 cr. Applied music for the general student. Open only to non-majors. Will not satisfy applied music requirements for music majors.
A. Voice
B. Piano
C. Organ
D. Strings
E. Carillon
F. Woodwinds
G. Brass
I. Percussion
K. Harpsichord

Music 119. Applied Music: Majors. (0-2) Cr. 1-3. Repeatable. F.S.SS. Prereq: Audition, permission of instructor; restricted to music majors. (.5-2) for 1 cr. (1-2) for 2-3 cr. Minimum weekly practice of 5 hours per credit is expected. Weekly seminar required.
A. Voice
B. Piano
C. Organ
D. Strings
E. Carillon
F. Woodwinds
G. Brass
I. Percussion
K. Harpsichord

Music 120. Introduction to Music Literature and Styles. (3-0) Cr. 3. S. Prereq: 221. Directed studies via aural analysis for music majors with emphasis on the materials of music, form and aesthetic issues. Introduction to style and literature of the major performance media in context of historical chronology. Fundamentals of score reading and performance terminology. Only one of Music 120 and 302 can count toward graduation.

Music 127. Class Study in Piano I. (0-2) Cr. 1. F.S. Prereq: 101 or audition, and permission of instructor. Beginning keyboard technique, transposition, harmonization, ensemble and solo repertory, and sight-reading skills.

Music 128. Class Study in Piano II. (0-2) Cr. 1. F.S. Prereq: 127 or audition, and permission of instructor. Continuation of beginning keyboard technique, transposition, harmonization, ensemble and solo repertory, and sight-reading skills.

Music 131. Vocal Jazz Ensemble: "Off the Record". (0-2) Cr. 1. Repeatable. Prereq: Open by audition and permission of instructor; concurrent enrollment in one of the following: 141, 151, 161. Small mixed chorus specializing in advanced vocal jazz techniques. Performances on and off campus.

Music 133. Basic Voice Techniques. (0-2) Cr. 1. Repeatable. F.S. Prereq: Permission of instructor. Class study in voice. Techniques of vocal production: respiration, phonation, resonation, articulation, and performance.

Music 141. Lyrica Women's Choir. (0-3) Cr. 1. Repeatable. F.S. Prereq: Open to all female students by audition. Large chorus; emphasis on fundamental vocal and choral skills, wide variety of literature. Campus concerts each semester.

Music 151. Oratorio Chorus. (0-3) Cr. 1. Repeatable. F.S. Prereq: Open to all students by audition. Advanced skills required, high quality literature. Campus concerts each semester, some concerts in conjunction with orchestras. Men's and women's choirs separately and in combination.
A. Cantamus Women's Choir
B. Statesmen Men's Choir

Music 161. Iowa State Singers. (0-5) Cr. 1. Repeatable. F.S. Prereq: Open to all students by audition. Concert choir specializing in performance of advanced music literature, Renaissance through contemporary. Campus concerts, annual spring tour.

Music 181. Symphony Orchestra. (0-4) Cr. 1. Repeatable. F.S. Prereq: Open to all students by audition. Reading, preparation, and performance of standard repertoire. Five or six concerts annually plus occasional off-campus appearances.

Music 219. Applied Music: Majors. (0-2) Cr. 1-3. Repeatable. F.S.SS. Prereq: Audition, permission of instructor; restricted to music majors. (.5-2) for 1 cr. (1-2) for 2-3 cr. Minimum weekly practice of 5 hours per credit is expected. Weekly seminar required.
A. Voice
B. Piano
C. Organ
D. Strings
E. Carillon
F. Woodwinds
G. Brass
I. Percussion
K. Harpsichord

Music 221. Introduction to Music Theory. (3-0) Cr. 3. F. Prereq: Music major status or permission of instructor; concurrent enrollment in 222 recommended. Fluent identification and application of the elements of music and music notation. The study of two-voice species counterpoint as an introduction to voice-leading principles in common practice period music.

Music 222. Introduction to Aural Theory and Music Technology. (0-4) Cr. 2. F. Prereq: Music major status or permission of instructor; concurrent enrollment in 221 recommended. Aural discrimination of musical elements and patterns as demonstrated by proficiency in ear training, sight singing, and related musicianship skills. Introduction to technological equipment and software used in the study of music.

Music 227. Class Study in Piano III. (0-2) Cr. 1. F.S. Prereq: 128 or audition and permission of instructor. Intermediate keyboard technique, transposition, harmonization, improvisation, repertory, and sight-reading skills. Introduction to score reading, hymn playing, and accompanying at the piano.

Music 228. Class Study in Piano IV. (0-2) Cr. 1. F.S. Prereq: 227 or audition and permission of instructor. Continuation of intermediate keyboard technique, transposition, harmonization, improvisation, repertory, score reading, hymn playing, and accompanying at the piano.

Music 231. Materials of Music I. (3-0) Cr. 3. S. Prereq: 221. Harmonic, melodic, and rhythmic materials of the common practice period. Application of these materials in analysis and writing. Techniques of melodic construction, formal design, and harmonization.

Music 232. Aural Theory I. (0-3) Cr. 1. S. Prereq: 222. Development of sight singing, ear training, and related musical skills with emphasis on melodic, harmonic and rhythmic materials from the common practice period.

Music 246. Introduction to Music Technology. (2-0) Cr. 2. F.S. Prereq: 101, 105, or 221, or permission of instructor. Introduction to audio and MIDI in music and media applications, fundamentals of digital audio editing and mixing, software-based musical arrangements and composition.

Music 248. Technology in Music Instruction. (2-1) Cr. 2. S. Prereq: 221 and 222. Introduction to computer software applications used in musical arrangements and presentations, practical introduction to audio and MIDI technologies in lab-based music instruction, basic recording/sound reinforcement and music website management. Intended for Music Education Majors

Music 265. Music in Elementary Education. (3-0) Cr. 3. F.S. Prereq: HD FS 226 or Psych 230. Experiencing and understanding the fundamentals of music through singing, playing classroom instruments, body movement, reading notation, listening, and creative activities. Developing lesson plan strategies and sequence, exploring multicultural musics, integrating music with other subjects in the elementary classroom, and evaluating aspects of musical learning.

Music 266. Introduction to Music Education. (1-2) Cr. 2. F. Prereq: Concurrent enrollment (.5 cr.) in C I 480K. Required for second-year majors in music education. Historical, philosophical, and social foundations of music education; music curricula overview including goals of the music program, and contemporary and international curriculum development; psychology of teaching music including discipline techniques. Preparation for required observations in area schools.

Music 290. Special Problems. Cr. arr. Repeatable. F.S.SS. Prereq: Permission of instructor; A through F: 12 credits in music, approval of department head; H: approval of department head.
A. Education
B. Theory
C. Composition
D. History
E. Literature
F. Applied Music
G. Conducting
H. Honors

Music 301. Opera Studio. Cr. 1-3. Repeatable. F.S. Prereq: Permission of instructor. Study of selected opera scenes and chamber operas. Basic stagecraft, role interpretation, production.

Music 302. Advanced Music Listening. (3-0) Cr. 3. S. Prereq: 102. Study of the evolution of music styles through history with emphasis on listening. Primarily European music with some non-Western music providing a global perspective. Individual composer's unique approaches to timbre, texture, rhythm and melody. General trends in the progress of style and form. Concert reports and papers in addition to examinations. Ability to read music recommended, but not required. Open to non-majors only. Only one of Music 120 and 302 can count toward graduation.

Music 304. History of Rock 'n' Roll. (3-0) Cr. 3. S. Prereq: 101, 102, 221, or 222. Rock 'n' Roll from the mid 1950s through the 1990s, focusing on the development of rock styles from its roots in blues, folk, country, and pop. Expansion of listening experience through study of song forms, musical instruments of rock, and the socio-political significance of song lyrics. Examinations, research paper or in class presentation required. Ability to read or perform music not required.

Music 318. Applied Music: Non-majors. Cr. 1-2. Repeatable. F.S.SS. Prereq: Audition, permission of instructor. (.5-0) for 1 cr. (1-0) for 2 cr. Applied music for the general student. Open only to non-majors. Will not satisfy applied music requirements for music majors.
A. Voice
B. Piano
C. Organ
D. Strings
E. Carillon
F. Woodwinds
G. Brass
I. Percussion
K. Harpsichord

Music 319. Applied Music: Majors. (0-2) Cr. 1-3. Repeatable. F.S.SS. Prereq: Audition, permission of instructor; restricted to music majors. (.5-2) for 1 cr. (1-2) for 2-3 cr. Minimum weekly practice of 5 hours per credit is expected. Weekly seminar required.
A. Voice
B. Piano
C. Organ
D. Strings
E. Carillon
F. Woodwinds
G. Brass
I. Percussion
K. Harpsichord

Music 321. Advanced Ensemble. (0-3) Cr. 1. Repeatable. F.S. Prereq: Advanced proficiency and performing ability, permission of instructor. Performance in ensembles that demand high proficiency. Open to a limited number of undergraduate and graduate students.
A. Voice
B. Piano
C. Organ
D. Strings
E. Musica Antiqua
F. Woodwinds
G. Brass
I. Percussion
J. Mixed

Music 324. English and Italian Diction for Singing. (2-0) Cr. 2. Alt. F., offered 2008. Prereq: Credit or enrollment in 118A or 119A. The international phonetic alphabet and its application to correct pronunciation of English and Italian in singing.

Music 325. French and German Diction for Singing. (2-0) Cr. 2. Alt. S., offered 2009. Prereq: Credit or enrollment in 118A or 119A. The international phonetic alphabet and its application to correct pronunciation of French and German in singing.

Music 327. Functional Piano. (0-3) Cr. 2. S. Prereq: 228 or audition and permission of instructor. Emphasis on sight reading, three and four-part score reading, improvisation, accompanying, and advanced harmonization.
A. Keyboard majors.
B. Vocal/choral majors.

Music 331. Materials of Music II. (3-0) Cr. 3. F. Prereq: 231. Harmonic, melodic, and rhythmic materials of the common practice period. Application of these materials in analysis and writing. Techniques of melodic construction, formal design, and harmonization.

Music 332. Aural Theory II. (0-2) Cr. 1. F. Prereq: 232. Development of sight singing, ear training, and related musical skills with emphasis on melodic, harmonic and rhythmic materials from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.

Music 337. Materials of Music III. (3-0) Cr. 3. S. Prereq: 331. Writing and analysis based on musical styles since 1900.

Music 338. Aural Theory III. (0-2) Cr. 1. S. Prereq: 332. Development of sight singing, ear training, and related musical skills with emphasis on melodic, harmonic and rhythmic materials from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.

Music 346. MIDI and Digital Audio Techniques. (3-0) Cr. 3. S. Prereq: 246 or permission of instructor. MIDI theory and programming applications, sampling/synthesis control, digital signal processing techniques. Composition projects using integrated audio/MIDI sequencing applications. Nonmajor graduate credit.

Music 350. Instrumental Techniques: Strings. (0-2) Cr. 1. F. Prereq: Concurrent enrollment in 358B. Limited to music majors. Techniques and skills required for teaching of instruments. Examination of materials for school use. Intended for instrumental music education students.

Music 351. Instrumental Techniques: Clarinet, Flute, Saxophone. (1-2) Cr. 2. S. Prereq: Concurrent enrollment in 358B. Limited to music majors. Techniques and skills required for teaching of instruments. Examination of materials for school use. Intended for instrumental music education students.

Music 352. Instrumental Techniques: Oboe, Bassoon. (0-2) Cr. 1. F. Prereq: 351 or permission of instructor. Concurrent enrollment in 358B. Limited to music majors. Techniques and skills required for teaching of instruments. Examination of materials for school use. Intended for instrumental music education students.

Music 353. Instrumental Techniques: Trumpet, Horn. (0-2) Cr. 1. S. Prereq: Concurrent enrollment in 358B. Limited to music majors. Techniques and skills required for teaching of instruments. Examination of materials for school use. Intended for instrumental music education students.

Music 354. Instrumental Techniques: Trombone, Baritone, Tuba. (0-2) Cr. 1. F. Prereq: 353 or permission of instructor. Concurrent enrollment in 358B. Limited to music majors. Techniques and skills required for teaching of instruments. Examination of materials for school use. Intended for instrumental music education students.

Music 355. Instrumental Techniques: Percussion. (0-2) Cr. 1. S. Prereq: Concurrent enrollment in 358B. Limited to music majors. Techniques and skills required to teach percussion instruments in the schools. Techniques for performing and teaching snare drum, keyboard percussion instruments, timpani, band and orchestral hand instruments, drum set, and Latin percussion. Intended for instrumental music education students.

Music 356. Instrument Maintenance and Repair. (0-2) Cr. 1. F. Prereq: Permission of instructor. Limited to music majors. Techniques and skills required for basic maintenance and repair of wind and percussion instruments. Examination of commercial repair methods and facilities. Intended for instrumental music education students.

Music 358. Lab Ensemble. Cr. R. Repeatable. Review and selection of appropriate literature for ensembles of differing levels and abilities; conducting and rehearsal experience.
A. Choral. F., Alt. S., offered 2009. Sight singing, conducting, and accompanying experience in conjunction with 362A. Required of all vocal music education majors in every semester offered.
B. Instrumental. F.S. Performance on secondary instruments. Includes experiences with singing and vocal techniques. Required of all instrumental music education majors in those semesters when enrolled in 350, 351, 352, 353, 354, 355, or 362B.

Music 360. Vocal Pedagogy. (2-0) Cr. 2. Alt. S., offered 2008. Prereq: 319A or vocal proficiency examination. Physical, acoustical, and musical properties of the vocal instrument, including a survey of important texts and articles on singing and voice production.

Music 361. Conducting I. (1-2) Cr. 2. F. Prereq: 231, 232. Introduction to conducting; score reading and analysis. Conveying musical ideas through appropriate gestures. Leadership role of the conductor.

Music 362. Conducting II. (1-2) Cr. 2.
A. Choral techniques. Alt. S., offered 2009. Prereq: Concurrent enrollment in 358A and 141, 151, or 161. Advanced baton technique, score preparation and interpretation of choral repertoire.
B. Instrumental techniques. S. Prereq: Concurrent enrollment in 358B. Advanced baton technique. Score preparation. Specific problems of large instrumental ensembles.

Music 366. Methods of Music Education. (2-0) Cr. 2. F. Prereq: Concurrent enrollment (1 cr.) in C I 480K; 266 and admission into teacher education. Music education strategies and materials including development of appropriate objectives and plans for general music classes utilizing traditional and multicultural musics, evaluating musical learning; overview of Orff Schulwerk, Kodaly, and Dalcroze approaches; music in special education; required teaching in lab settings and observations in area schools.

Music 367. Choral Literature. (2-0) Cr. 2. Alt. S., offered 2008. Prereq: 361 recommended. Overview of choral repertoire from the sixteenth century to the present, including accessible works for the young conductor.

Music 368. Marching Band and Jazz Ensemble Techniques. (2-0) Cr. 2. Alt. S., offered 2009. Prereq: Credit or enrollment in 362B recommended. Techniques and materials for teaching marching band in the high school; philosophy, computer assisted drill design, music analysis, band set up, and other related skills. Jazz style, articulation, phrasing, materials and teaching techniques for secondary school jazz ensembles.

Music 383. History of Music I. (3-0) Cr. 3. F. Prereq: 120. History of the stylistic and cultural development of music: Middle Ages through Baroque.

Music 384. History of Music II. (3-0) Cr. 3. S. Prereq: 383. History of the stylistic and cultural development of music: Classical through contemporary music.

Music 415. Literature and Pedagogy in Applied Music. Cr. 1-4. Repeatable. F.S.SS. Prereq: Permission of instructor. Includes experience in technology relative to the particular discipline.
A. Voice
B. Piano
C. Organ
D. Strings
E. Carillon
F. Woodwinds
G. Brass
I. Percussion
J. Jazz Pedagogy and Performance

Music 417. Student Teaching. (Cross-listed with C I). Cr. 8-12. F.S. Prereq: Admission to teacher education, approval of coordinator during semester before student teaching. Evaluation of instruction, lesson planning, and teaching in the liberal arts and sciences.
K. Music - Secondary
L. Music - Elementary

Music 419. Applied Music: Majors. (0-2) Cr. 1-3. Repeatable. F.S.SS. Prereq: Audition, permission of instructor; restricted to music majors. (.5-2) for 1 cr. (1-2) for 2-3 cr. Minimum weekly practice of 5 hours per credit is expected. Weekly seminar required.
A. Voice
B. Piano
C. Organ
D. Strings
E. Carillon
F. Woodwinds
G. Brass
I. Percussion
K. Harpsichord

Music 430. Seminar in Analysis for Performance. (3-0) Cr. 3. Repeatable. Prereq: 337, 338. Analysis and performance of selected works appropriate to student's performance medium. Examination of structural, rhythmic, harmonic, and textural aspects of the music selected. Literature will vary according to the needs of the class. Nonmajor graduate credit.

Music 440. Seminar in Music Theory. (3-0) Cr. 3. Repeatable. Prereq: 337, 338. Various topics in music theory including analysis, counterpoint, arranging, pedagogy, and psychology of music. Content will vary. Contact the Department of Music for the current year offering. Nonmajor graduate credit.

Music 446. Electronic Music Synthesis. (3-0) Cr. 3. F. Prereq: 246 or permission of instructor. Techniques of digital sound synthesis, software synthesizer design, and electronic music composition. Nonmajor graduate credit.

Music 464. Instrumental Administration, Materials, and Methods. (2-0) Cr. 2. Alt. S., offered 2008. Prereq: Credit or enrollment in 362B recommended. Instructional materials and methods appropriate for teaching instrumental music in elementary, middle school, and high school music programs. Required observations in area schools. Intended for instrumental music education students.

Music 465. Choral Materials and Methods. (2-0) Cr. 2. F. Prereq: Concurrent enrollment in 358A and 141, 151, or 161. Instructional materials and methods appropriate for teaching choral music in the secondary school. Emphasis on pedagogy and rehearsal techniques. Required observations in area schools. Intended for vocal music education students.

Music 466. Program Development and Evaluation in Music Education. (2-1) Cr. 2. F. Prereq: 362, 366, concurrent enrollment (.5 cr.) in C I 480K, successful completion of continuation exam. Developing a rationale for music education; music program development; evaluation of music curricula, programs and facilities; professional growth of the teacher; preparation for student teaching and the job market. Required observations in area schools.

Music 471. The Tones of Florence - A Study of Humanism. (Cross-listed with U St). Cr. 3. SS. Prereq: Application through the Study Abroad Program; interview with instructor; sophomore classification. A survey of the masterpieces of music, literature, painting, sculpture, architecture, mathematics and theology that made Florence the major European center of humanism in the Renaissance.

Music 472. History of American Music. (3-0) Cr. 3. Prereq: Ability to read music; 9 credits from music, American literature, American history, art history. Offered F. 2007. History and development of the sacred and secular music in North America from approximately 1600 to the present, exploring the diverse cultural backgrounds that have contributed to the variety of contemporary musical styles. Nonmajor graduate credit.

Music 473. Music of the Baroque and Classical Eras. (3-0) Cr. 3. Prereq: 383, 384. Offered F. 2008. Detailed survey of instrumental, vocal, choral, and keyboard music from 1600 to 1825. Nonmajor graduate credit.

Music 475. Music of the Romantic Era. (3-0) Cr. 3. Prereq: 383, 384. Detailed survey of instrumental, vocal, choral, and keyboard music from 1825 to 1910. Nonmajor graduate credit.

Music 476. Music of the Twentieth Century. (3-0) Cr. 3. Prereq: 383, 384. Detailed survey of instrumental, vocal, choral, and keyboard music from 1900 to the present. Nonmajor graduate credit.

Music 480. Field Experience for Secondary Teaching Preparation. (Cross-listed with C I). Cr. 0.5-2. Repeatable. F.S. Prereq: Permission of area coordinator required prior to enrollment. Observation and participation in a variety of school settings after admission to the teacher preparation program. (S/F grading may be used in some offerings of some sections.)
K. Music

Music 490. Independent Study. Cr. arr. Repeatable. F.S.SS. Prereq: Permission of instructor; A through F: 12 credits in music, approval of department head.
A. Education (Same as C I 490A)
B. Theory
C. Composition
D. History
E. Literature
F. Applied Music
G. Conducting
H. Honors
I. Electronic Music

Courses primarily for graduate students, open to qualified undergraduate students

Music 590. Special Topics. Cr. arr. Repeatable. F.S.SS. Prereq: Permission of instructor, approval of department head.
A. Education
B. Theory
C. Composition
D. History
E. Literature
F. Applied Music
G. Conducting
I. Electronic Music

Music 593. Workshops. Cr. arr. Repeatable.
A. Foundations of Music Learning
B. Music in Early Childhood
C. Junior High School Music Programs
D. Instrumental Teaching Techniques
E. Research in Music Education
F. Vocal/Choral Teaching Techniques
G. General & Contemporary Music Methodologies
I. Music and Technology