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1 MUS 101 MUS 111 MUS 121 MUS 122 MUS 135 MUS 137 MUS MUS MUS 161 MUS MUS Music History and Literature Identify and write basic music notation for pitch and Identify and write key signatures, scales, and intervals. Music Appreciation Explain terminology from various time periods in the history of music. Identify music aurally and contextualize musical works. Music History and Literature I Aurally identify music of the Ancient Greek, Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque periods. Explain and utilize terminology about music in the Ancient Greek, Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque periods. Music History and Literature II Aurally identify music of the Classical, Romantic, and Modern periods. Explain and utilize terminology about music in the Classical, Romantic, and Modern periods. African American Music Describe African and African American terminology, genres, and music. Aurally recognize African and Africa-American music genres. Music as a Business Describe the major components of the music industry. Plan and implement a small music business model. Current Musical Events I Attend and analyze a professional concert and describe the style(s) and time period of the music heard. Attend and analyze a professional concert and describe the names of the instruments and their timbres. Current Musical Events II Attend and analyze a professional concert and contextualize the style(s) and time period of the music heard. Attend and analyze a professional concert and accurately describe the performing forces. Introduction to Electronic Music Produce an original electronic music composition and burn to CD. Explain and describe technological musical vocabulary. Applied Music Laboratory I Demonstrate technical proficiency on instrument or voice at a level appropriate for the corequisite class. Demonstrate appropriate musicality at a level appropriate for the co-requisite class. Applied Music Laboratory II Play exercises and repertoire that demonstrate technical proficiency on voice or instrument at a level appropriate for the co-requisite class Demonstrate appropriate musicality and interpretation at a level appropriate for the co-requisite class.

2 MUS MUS MUS 181 MUS 182 MUS 183 MUS 184 MUS 185 MUS 200 MUS 201 MUS 202 MUS 203 Applied Music Laboratory III Demonstrate increasing technical proficiency on instrument or voice at a level appropriate for the co-requisite class. Demonstrate appropriate expression and interpretation at a level appropriate for the corequisite class. Applied Music Laboratory IV Demonstrate technical proficiency and skill on instrument or voice at a level appropriate for the co-requisite class. Demonstrate appropriate expression, interpretation, and musicality at a level appropriate for the co-requisite class. Applied Music I Perform selected works for level 1 instrument or voice appropriately. Explain and describe music vocabulary from the selected works for level 1 of applied music. Applied Music II Perform selected works for level 2 instrument or voice appropriately. Explain and describe music vocabulary from the selected works for level 2 of applied music. Applied Music III Perform selected works for level 3 instrument or voice appropriately. Explain and describe music vocabulary from the selected works for level 3 of applied music. Applied Music IV Perform selected works for level 4 instrument or voice appropriately. Explain and describe music vocabulary from the selected works for level 4 of applied music. Directed Study Self-assess progress towards a musical project. Demonstrate musical skills learned from a self-defined music project. Introduction to Music Theory Recognize and write basic music notation. Identify (aurally) and perform given music notation. Harmony I Write diatonic triads and the dominant seventh chord in all major and minor keys. Realize a given figured bass in four voices. Harmony II Write diatonic seventh chords, modally borrowed chords, and secondary dominant triads and seventh chords in all major and minor keys. Harmonize a given melody in four voices. Harmony III Write commonly encountered chromatic chords in all major and minor keys. Compose a short piece utilizing the harmonic vocabulary of the late nineteenth century.

3 MUS 211 MUS 212 MUS 213 MUS 221 MUS 223 MUS 231 MUS 241 MUS MUS MUS 261 MUS 281 Musicianship I Sing an assigned diatonic melody. Dictate a diatonic melody played at the piano by the instructor. Musicianship II Sing an assigned melody featuring some chromaticism. Dictate a harmonic progression featuring some chromaticism played at the piano by the instructor. Musicianship III Sing a chromatic melody at sight. Dictate a highly chromatic chord progression played at the piano by the instructor. Counterpoint I Write in the contrapuntal style of the eighteenth century. Analyze eighteenth-century contrapuntal compositions. Twentieth Century Compositional Techniques Compose using the compositional techniques of the twentieth-century. Analyze twentieth-century compositions. Orchestration and Arranging I Write idiomatically for all standard orchestral instruments. Write effectively for small combinations of standard orchestral instruments. Music Notation and Copying I Prepare one computer-generated music score, copied from basic level scores. Prepare one handwritten music score, copied from basic level scores. Music Performance Workshop I Perform selected repertoire with rhythmic and tonal accuracy as part of an ensemble or recorded performance. Perform selected repertoire with appropriate musicality. Music Performance Workshop II Perform selected repertoire with rhythmic, tonal, and technical accuracy as part of an ensemble or recorded performance. Perform selected repertoire with appropriate musicality and interpretation. Electronic Music Workshop Use Pro Tools to sequence, record and mix MIDI, digital audio, and live performance and burn to a CD. Commercial Music Techniques I Produce an original CD and DVD utilizing Pro Tools.

4 MUS 282 MUS 291 MUS 292 MUS 299 MUS 311 MUS 312 MUS 313 MUS 314 MUS 341 MUS 351 MUS 361 Commercial Music Techniques II Utilize multiple recordings and sound manipulation in Pro Tools to produce an original CD and DVD. MIDI Instruments Instruction I Produce a score for a video using MIDI in Pro Tools and Cubase, and syncing to QuickTime. MIDI Instruments Instruction II Produce a level 2 score for a video using MIDI. Music Honors Self-assess progress towards a musical project. Demonstrate musical skills learned from a self-defined music project. Piano I Play assigned scales with correct notes, rhythm, and fingerings. Play assigned repertoire with correct technique, dynamics and tempo. Piano II Play assigned scales and cadences with correct notes, rhythms, and fingerings. Play assigned repertoire with correct techniques, dynamic, and tempo. Piano III Play assigned scales, arpeggios, and cadences with correct notes, rhythm, and fingerings. Perform selected repertoire with correct technique, tempo, dynamics, and phrasing. Piano IV Play assigned scales, arpeggios, and cadences with correct notes, rhythm, and fingerings. Perform selected repertoire with correct technique, tempo, dynamics, phrasing, and interpretation. Intermediate Piano Play assigned scales, arpeggios, and exercises with correct notes, rhythms, and fingerings. Perform selected repertoire with correct technique, tempo, dynamics, and phrasing. Piano Ensemble Perform representative repertoire with proper technique and Perform representative repertoire with appropriate Commercial Piano Techniques Arrange a commercial song with stylistically appropriate bass line and chords. Arrange a commercial song with improvisational solos.

5 MUS 400 MUS 401 MUS 402 MUS 403 MUS 404 MUS 431 MUS 432 MUS 433 MUS 434 MUS 501 Voice Fundamentals Memorize and perform vocal literature with tonal and rhythmic accuracy. Memorize and perform vocal literature with relaxed vocal production and appropriate expression and musicality. Classical Voice I Memorize and perform vocal literature in Italian with tonal and rhythmic accuracy. Memorize and perform vocal literature with relaxed vocal production and appropriate expression and musicality. Classical Voice II Memorize and perform vocal literature in German with tonal and rhythmic accuracy. Memorize and perform vocal literature in German with relaxed vocal production, total body physical support, and a legato phrase with proper diction. Classical Voice III Memorize and perform vocal literature in French with tonal and rhythmic accuracy. Memorize and perform vocal literature in French with relaxed vocal production, total body physical support, and a legato phrase with proper diction. Classical Voice IV Memorize and perform vocal literature in Italian, French, and German with tonal and rhythmic accuracy. Memorize and perform vocal literature in Italian, French, and German with relaxed vocal production, total body physical support, and a legato phrase with appropriate expression and musicality. Commercial Voice I Memorize and perform commercial voice literature with tonal and rhythmic accuracy. Memorize and perform commercial voice literature with relaxed vocal production proper diction. Commercial Voice II Memorize and perform commercial voice literature with tonal and rhythmic accuracy. Memorize and perform commercial voice literature with total body physical support and legato phrasing. Commercial Voice III Memorize and perform commercial vocal literature with tonal and rhythmic accuracy. Memorize and perform commercial vocal literature with relaxed vocal production, total body physical support, and some stylistic development. Commercial Voice IV Memorize and perform commercial vocal literature accurately and with legato phrasing. Memorize and perform commercial vocal literature with relaxed vocal production, total body physical support, and significant stylistic development. College Choir Sing selected repertoire with correct pitch, rhythm, diction, and style as part of an ensemble. Sight sing selected music correct notes, rhythm, and solfege syllables.

6 MUS 531 MUS 561 MUS 601 MUS 602 MUS 603 MUS 604 MUS 611 MUS 612 MUS 613 MUS 614 Philharmonic Choir Perform selected repertoire with correct pitch, rhythm, diction, and style as part of an ensemble. Demonstrate an understanding of text and historical context of selected repertoire. Chamber Chorale Perform selected repertoire with correct pitch, rhythm, diction, and style as part of an ensemble. Demonstrate an understanding of text and historical context of selected repertoire. Brass Instrument Instruction I Perform selected beginning level solo brass exercises and compositions with proper technique and Perform selected beginning level solo brass exercises and compositions with appropriate Brass Instrument Instruction II Perform selected level 2 solo brass exercises and compositions with proper technique and Perform selected level 2 solo brass exercises and compositions with appropriate interpretation and musicality. Brass Instrument Instruction III Perform selected level 3 solo brass exercises and compositions with proper technique and Perform selected level 3 solo brass exercises and compositions with appropriate interpretation and musicality. Brass Instrument Instruction IV Perform selected level 4 solo brass exercises and compositions with proper technique and Perform selected level 4 solo brass exercises and compositions with appropriate interpretation and musicality. String Instrument Instruction I Perform selected beginning level solo string exercises and compositions. Perform selected beginning level ensemble compositions. String Instrument Instruction II Perform selected Level 2 solo string exercises and compositions Perform selected Level 2 ensemble compositions. String Instrument Instruction III Perform selected Level 3 solo string exercises and compositions Perform selected Level 3 ensemble compositions. String Instrument Instruction IV Perform selected Level 4 solo string exercises and compositions Perform selected Level 4 ensemble compositions.

7 MUS 621 MUS 622 MUS 623 MUS 624 MUS 631 MUS 632 MUS 633 MUS 634 MUS 650 Woodwind Instrument Instruction I Perform selected beginning level solo woodwinds exercises and compositions with proper technique and Perform selected beginning level solo woodwinds exercises and compositions with appropriate Woodwind Instrument Instruction II Perform selected level 2 solo woodwinds exercises and compositions with proper technique and Perform selected level 2 solo woodwinds exercises and compositions with appropriate Woodwind Instrument Instruction III Perform selected level 3 solo woodwinds exercises and compositions with proper technique and Perform selected level 3 solo woodwinds exercises and compositions with appropriate Woodwind Instrument Instruction IV Perform selected level 4 solo woodwinds exercises and compositions with proper technique and Perform selected level 4 solo woodwinds exercises and compositions with appropriate Percussion Instrument Instruction I Perform selected beginning level solo percussion exercises and compostions. Perform solo exercises with appropriate grips and stickings with attention to tempos, dynamics, and expression. Percussion Instrument Instruction II Perform selected level 2 solo percussion exercises and compostions. Demonstrate ability to sight-read snare drum etudes with proper techniques utilizing dynamics, phrasing, and other musical markings. Percussion Instrument Instruction III Perform selected level 3 solo percussion exercises and compostions. Demonstrate ability to sight-read percussion etudes with proper techniques utilizing dynamics, phrasing, and other musical markings. Percussion Instrument Instruction IV Perform selected level 4 solo percussion exercises and compostions. Demonstrate ability to sight-read keyboard percussion etudes with proper techniques utilizing dynamics, phrasing, and other musical markings. Beginning Guitar Perform a beginning level solo with proper notes, rhythms, and technique. Correctly sight-read and play beginning level melodies using all six strings.

8 MUS 651 MUS 652 MUS 653 MUS 654 MUS 670 MUS 705 MUS 711 MUS 725 MUS 751 Classical Guitar I Perform selected Classical Guitar I solo with correct right and left hand technique. Perform selected Classical Guitar I solo with melody and bass notes sustained for their full, notated duration. Classical Guitar II Perform selected Classical Guitar II solo with correct right and left hand technique. Perform selected Classical Guitar II solo with melody and bass notes sustained for their full, notated duration. Classical Guitar III Perform selected Classical Guitar III studies and solos with correct right and left hand technique. Perform selected Classical Guitar III studies and solos with melody and bass notes sustained for their full notated duration. Classical Guitar IV Perform selected Classical Guitar IV studies and solo with correct right and left hand technique. Perform selected Classical guitar IV studies and solos with melody and bass notes sustained for their full notated duration. Fingerboard Harmony Correctly play individual chords constructed in assigned keys on the guitar. Correctly perform chord progressions in assigned keys on the guitar. Chamber Music Rehearse chamber music repertoire with proper technique. Rehearse chamber music repertoire with appropriate expression and musicality. Rehearsal Orchestra Perform selected rehearsal orchestra repertoire as part of an ensemble with correct notes, rhythm, and accurate intonation. Perform selected rehearsal orchestra repertoire as part of an ensemble with appropriate articulation and expression, while following the conductor. Community Orchestra Perform selected repertoire as part of an ensemble with correct notes, rhythm, and accurate intonation. Perform selected repertoire as part of an ensemble with appropriate articulation and expression, while following the conductor. Wind Ensemble Perform selected repertoire as part of an ensemble with correct notes, rhythm and accurate intonation. Perform selected repertoire as part of an ensemble with appropriate articulation and expression, while following the conductor.

9 MUS 765 MUS 771 MUS 781 Percussion Ensemble Perform selected percussion ensemble repertoire appropriately as part of a large ensemble, with proper notes and rhythms, tempo and pulse. Demonstrate ability to follow a conductor and perform rhythms with attention to dynamics, phrasing and other musical markings. Guitar Ensemble Perform selected repertoire with proper notes and rhythms. Follow the musical directives from a conductor. Studio Jazz Band Perform selected jazz band repertoire with appropriate notes and rhythms. Perform selected jazz band repertoire with appropriate

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