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1 Music Academic Staff Bill Derksen, Ph.D., University of Minnesota, Emeritus Karen Sunabacka, Ph.D., University of California at Davis, Program Coordinator Darryl Friesen, D.M.A., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign The aim of this department is to help students develop performance skills, theoretical knowledge, musicianship, and critical judgment in music for service in the church, school, and community. There are no prerequisites for the general music major program, however students must maintain a grade of C- or better in all music courses. Music Major Program Objectives In addition to meeting the Providence University College mission and purposes, this major will enable each graduate to: 1. Demonstrate skills for professional musical leadership in church, school, or community. 2. Develop critical thinking, problem solving and practical skills in music theory and music history. 3. Develop effective performance skills in ensembles and in solo work. 4. Prepare for further study in music. Students in the General Music program will receive training in three core areas of music study - Music Theory, Music History and Music Performance. Developing skills in these areas will enable the students to pursue additional undergraduate as well as graduate studies in any music discipline. Program Information Students wishing to study Music have a range of options: 3-year Major in Music 4-year Advanced Major in Music 4-year Advanced Major in Ethnomusicology 4-year Honours Major in Music with a concentration in one of the following: Music Performance Music Composition Music History Music Theory Ethnomusicology 3-year Major in Music General Requirements as presented in Section 4.5 Music Major Requirements (30 hours plus 21 hours used towards General Requirements) MUS: Music Theory I MUS: Music Theory II MUS: Music Theory III MUS: Music Theory IV MUS: Musicianship I (1.5 hours) 105

2 MUS: Musicianship II (1.5 hours) MUS: Musicianship III (1.5 hours) MUS: Musicianship IV (1.5 hours) 3 credit hours of Music History Electives, choose one course from the following: MUS: Music of the Early Twentieth Century MUS: Music Since MUS: Anthropology of Music: World Music and Culture MUS: Popular Music and Culture MUS: Conducting I 9 credit hours of Applied Music Electives 6 credit hours of Ensembles Electives 3 credit hours of Music Electives (must include 3 credit hours of Keyboard Skills if applied major not piano) 4-year Advanced Major in Music General Requirements as presented in Section 4.5 Music Major Requirements (48 hours plus 21 hours used towards General Requirements) MUS: Music Theory I MUS: Music Theory II MUS: Music Theory III MUS: Music Theory IV MUS: Musicianship I (1.5 hours) MUS: Musicianship II (1.5 hours) MUS: Musicianship III (1.5 hours) MUS: Musicianship IV (1.5 hours) 9 credit hours of Music History Electives, choose three courses from the following: MUS: Music of the Early Twentieth Century MUS: Music Since MUS: Anthropology of Music: World Music and Culture MUS: Popular Music and Culture MUS: Conducting I 12 credit hours of Applied Music Electives 106

3 9 credit hours of Ensembles Electives 9 credit hours of Music Electives (must include 3 credit hours of Keyboard Skills if applied major not piano) 4-year Advanced Major in Ethnomusicology General Requirements as presented in Section 4.5 Ethnomusicology Major Requirements (48 hours plus 27 hours used towards General Requirements) MUS: Music Theory I MUS: Music Theory II MUS: Music Theory III MUS: Music Theory IV MUS: Musicianship I (1.5 hours) MUS: Musicianship II (1.5 hours) MUS: Musicianship III (1.5 hours) MUS: Musicianship IV (1.5 hours) 3 credit hours of Music History Electives, choose one course from the following: MUS: Music of the Early Twentieth Century MUS: Music Since MUS: Conducting I 9 credit hours of Applied Music Electives 6 credit hours of Ensembles Electives 3 credit hours of Music Electives (must include 3 credit hours of Keyboard Skills if applied major not piano) MUS: Anthropology of Music: World Music and Culture MUS: Popular Music and Culture ANTH: Anthropology I: Introduction and Physical Anthropology ANTH: Anthropology II: Cultural Anthropology 9 credit hours of Anthropology Electives (3 hours at the upper level) SSC: Research Methods or SSC: Qualitative Research 4-year Honours Major in Music Admission Requirements 45 credit hours of accumulated academic credit, 18 hours in Music (including Music History Survey I and II, Music Theory I and Musicianship I); 3.0 GPA or higher For the Performance Concentration the student also needs: 107

4 At least a 3.0 GPA on first and second year Music Juries. Acceptance into the program by the music faculty. Based on the second year Jury. For the Composition Concentration the student also needs: Acceptance into the program by the music faculty. Approved entrance based on, at least, two original compositions. Graduation Requirements A 3.0 GPA or higher At least 15 credit hours of upper level coursework among music requirements and/or electives. A student wishing to complete a Music Honours degree would choose one of the following concentrations: Music Performance, Music Composition, Music History, Music Theory or Ethnomusicology. Music Performance Concentration Requirements for the 4-year Music Major including: 3 credit hours of MUS: Honours Recital (1.5 hours) 4 credit hours of MUS: Honours Recital (Advanced) (2 hours) 4 credit hours of additional Applied Music Electives Music Composition Concentration Requirements for the 4-year Music Major including: 4 credit hours of MUS: Applied Composition MUS: Music Composition and Arranging MUS: Honours Recital (1.5 hours) MUS: Senior Project I MUS: Senior Project II Music History Concentration Requirements for the 4-year Music Major including: SSC: Research Methods MUS: Topics in Music History MUS: Senior Project I MUS: Senior Project II Music Theory Concentration Requirements for the 4-year Music Major including: MUS: Music Composition and Arranging MUS: Topics in Music Theory MUS: Senior Project I MUS: Senior Project II Ethnomusicology Requirements for the 4-year Ethnomusicology Major including: MUS: Senior Project I MUS: Senior Project II Music Minor or Concentration (18 credit hours) MUS: Music Rudiments or MUS: Music Theory I MUS: Musicianship I (1.5 hours) 108

5 3 credit hours of Applied Music and/or Ensemble Electives 1.5 credit hours of Music Electives Students with a Music Concentration may pair it with a concentration in another discipline in the humanities or social sciences to comprise one of the following majors: Humanities Major (3 year) Humanities Advanced Major (4 year) Humanities Honours Major (4 year) Interdisciplinary Arts Major (3 year) Interdisciplinary Arts Advanced Major (4 year) Interdisciplinary Arts Honours Major (4 year) See Humanities or Interdisciplinary Arts for the full details of these majors. Introductory Courses MUSIC COURSE DESCRIPTIONS MUS: Music Rudiments An introductory course dealing with the rhythmic, melodic, and harmonic basics of music theory. The course is designed for the music major, music minor and non-music major who have never taken any music lessons and/or music theory classes before. Music majors and minors must also be registered in Musicianship I. Students may not receive credit for both Music Rudiments and Music Theory I MUS: Introduction to Music: Music and Culture An introduction to the contributing elements in music: sonority, harmony, melody, rhythm, and form. The course will survey all periods of western art music. A variety of non-western, traditional, popular, American, and Canadian music will also be explored. (Cross credited with English for Music Majors, and open to all students) Music Theory MUS: Music Theory I This is a study of melody and harmony through the writing and analysis of western art music. Students will develop fluency in the writing and recognition of the elements of music. The course focuses on modal music, counterpoint and other musical elements from Medieval and Renaissance music. Students registered in Music Theory I must also be registered in Musicianship I MUS: Music Theory II A study of vocal melody through the writing and analysis of melodic paraphrase, counterpoints in two parts, and tonal homophony leading to the chorale phrase and Bar form. The course focuses on the beginning of tonal music, counterpoint and other musical elements of Baroque music. (Prerequisite: MUS: Music Theory I or MUS: Music Rudiments) MUS: Music Theory III A study of instrumental melody through the writing and analysis of melodic paraphrase, 109

6 instrumental counterpoint in two parts, and chromatic homophony leading to the Minuet and binary form. (Prerequisite: MUS: Music Theory II) MUS: Music Theory IV A study of the diffusion of tonality in instrumental textures through the writing and analysis of chromatic paraphrase, florid counterpoint in two parts and chromatically extended homophony leading to romantic period styles and the ternary form. (Prerequisite: MUS: Music Theory III) MUS: Musicianship I A practical approach to the development of aural skills: recognizing intervals, rhythms and melodic patterns. Students will develop skills relating to sight-singing and transcription. Aural recognition of melodies and harmonies parallels the studies in MUS: Music Theory I. (1.5 credit hours) (Lab fees apply.) MUS: Musicianship II A continuation of MUS: Musicianship I. Aural recognition of melodies and harmonies parallels the studies in MUS: Music Theory II. (1.5 credit hours) (Lab fees apply.) MUS: Musicianship III A continuation of MUS: Musicianship II. Aural recognition of melodies and harmonies parallels the studies in MUS: Music Theory III. (1.5 credit hours) (Lab fees apply.) MUS: Musicianship IV A continuation of MUS: Musicianship III. Aural recognition of melodies and harmonies parallels the studies in MUS: Music Theory IV. (1.5 credit hours) (Lab fees apply.) MUS: Topics in Music Theory A study of a current topic in music theory. Topics vary depending on instructor. May be taken more than once. (Prerequisite: MUS: Music Theory I) MUS: Music Composition and Arranging This course is an exploration of orchestration, music arranging, and composition. Students will learn to compose and arrange for orchestral instruments along with guitar, piano, and voice. Each student will compose and arrange music for different ensembles including choral ensembles, classical instrumental ensembles, rock music ensembles, and worship bands. Students will also be introduced to music computer software for music notation and recording. (Prerequisite: MUS: Music Theory I and MUS: Musicianship I) Music History A survey of Western music from early monophony (medieval chant) to c through an examination of genres and aesthetic foundations. A continuation of MUS: Music History Survey I. A survey of Western music from c to the present through an examination of genres and aesthetic foundations. Will include contemporary art music and comparison to non-western musical traditions MUS: Medieval/Renaissance Music History A study of western art music during the Medieval and Renaissance periods (900 to approx.1600) MUS: Baroque Music History A study of Western Art Music from the 17th and early 18th centuries. 110

7 MUS: Classical Music History A study of Western Art Music from the late 18th and early 19th centuries MUS: Romantic Music History A study of Western Art Music from the 19th century MUS: Music of the Early Twentieth Century An introduction to music written between 1900 and Both theoretical and historical aspects of the works will be explored. The study will include non-western, American and Canadian music. (Prerequisites: MUS: Music Theory I and MUS: Music History Survey I or MUS: Music History Survey II or consent of the instructor) MUS: Music Since 1945 A continuation of MUS: Music of the early Twentieth Century. Works written since 1945 will be studied from a theoretical and historical perspective (including works outside of the western art music tradition). (Prerequisites: MUS: Music Theory I and MUS: Music History Survey I or MUS: Music History Survey II or consent of the instructor) MUS: Topics in Music History A study of a current topic in Music History. Topics vary depending on instructor. May be taken more than once. Conducting MUS: Conducting I A study of the basic elements of choral conducting including elementary score study MUS: Conducting II A continuation of with more advanced study of multi-meter music, score analysis, and an introduction to instrumental conducting. (Prerequisite: MUS: Conducting I) Applied Music MUS: Keyboard Skills Individual lessons, 30 minutes in length, weekly for 12 weeks. Required of all non-piano music majors. Students may be exempt from this requirement if they have completed the Royal Conservatory of Music Grade 6 piano level or equivalent. (1 credit hour, open to non-piano music majors only) MUS: Applied Music Individual lessons, 30 minutes in length, weekly for 12 weeks. (1 credit hour, open to all students) MUS: Recital A recital by a music major who is NOT concentrating in performance or composition. An appropriate amount of memorization is required. (Prerequisite: consent of instructor) (1.5 credit hours) MUS: Applied Music (Major Instrument) Individual lessons, 1 hour in length, weekly for 12 weeks. Students perform an end of semester Jury graded by a faculty panel, which will be worth a percentage of their final grade. (2 credit hours, open to music majors only) MUS: Applied Composition Individual lessons, 30 minutes in length, weekly for 12 weeks. Double credit (1 hour lessons) is available for advanced students (1-2 credit hours) MUS: Honours Recital A minute recital given in the third year of studies in the Recital Hall during an afternoon 111

8 Soundbites recital. A concentration in music performance requires a performance on the student's major instrument and an appropriate amount of memorization is required. A concentration in composition requires the student to present a full recital of his or her works with the help of their colleagues. The student must prepare appropriate program notes and give a short one-minute talk before each piece being performed. (Prerequisite: Consent of Instructor and department approval based on second year Jury) (1.5 credit hours) MUS: Honours Recital (Advanced) An evening recital given in the fourth year of studies in the University College chapel with minutes of music (with an intermission the concert will last around minutes). The student performs on their major instrument and an appropriate amount of memorization is required. The student must prepare appropriate program notes and give a short two-minute talk before each piece being performed. Will be taken twice (once in Fall, and once in Winter), with the recital occurring in the Winter semester. (Prerequisite: Consent of instructor, and two of MUS Honours Recital with an average of B- or higher) (2 credit hours) (A total of 4 credit hours is required) Church Music A brief overview of the philosophical, biblical, and historical background upon which the use of music in worship is based. Special emphasis will be given to the topic of worship itself and how music can be utilized to revitalize worship in the church. (Cross-credited with Worship Studies for Worship Studies Majors) MUS: Music Education of Children A study of current pedagogical methods used in the teaching of group music, including Orff, Kodaly, and Dalcroze. Special emphasis will be give to the application of these methods to schools and churches. (Cross-credited with Education for Education Majors) (Pre-requisite: MUS: Music Rudiments or its equivalent) MUS: Church Music Repertoire A course designed to help students become familiar with the wide range of choral repertoire that is available for concert and liturgical use. Special emphasis will be give to selecting repertoire for children, youth and adult choirs. (Offered on demand) MUS: Music Practicum In the practical field experience the student will be required to work in a church or school as a music director or accompanist. Readings and seminars dealing with the administrative aspects of a music career will be part of the course. (Offered on demand) (One credit hour) Music Ensemble MUS: Guitar Ensemble This ensemble is formed on the basis of auditions at the beginning of the fall semester. A variety of classical repertoire is learned and performed in the Providence community and in local churches. (0.5 to 1 credit hour) MUS: Ensemble Master Class Ensembles are formed based on auditions at the beginning of the semester. Ensembles include classical duos, trios, quartets, quintets, up to octets, and worship bands. Each ensemble is required to perform at least once at a weekly master class and at least once during a Providence recital and/or at an event outside the college community. (Prerequisite: Students must have taken lessons on the auditioned instrument prior to registering for this course) (1 credit hour) 112

9 MUS: Instrumental Ensemble Ensembles are formed on the basis of auditions at the beginning of the semester. A variety of classical instrumental music is learned and performed in the Providence community and in local churches. (0.5 to 1 credit hour) MUS: String Quartet (up to 1 credit hour) MUS: Worship Band (up to 1 credit hour) MUS: Jazz Band This is an instrumental ensemble featuring a modern jazz repertoire and consisting of a combination of trumpets, trombones, saxophones, drums, percussion, keys and guitar, as available. The band will perform at three or four events outside the college. In-house events could include chapels. (0.5 credit hour) MUS: Choir This choir is open to all students on the basis of audition or recommendation. Special concerts of major choral works may be presented during the school year. (Only offered fall semester) (0.5 credit hour) MUS: Chamber Singers The Chamber Singers is composed of students selected after auditions at the beginning of the fall session. Emphasis is placed on the development of vocal facility and performance ability. Sacred and some secular repertoire from a variety of stylistic periods will be performed in churches, schools and at festivals. The singers are involved in annual tours in Manitoba and Canada, as well as a British tour every 3 4 years. (1.5 credit hours) Special Musical Studies MUS: Anthropology of Music: World Music and Culture An introduction to the integral relationship of music and culture, with attention given to a number of diverse music cultures from around the world. Focus will be placed on how music reflects and promotes culture and how culture determines what is valued in music. Cultural sensitivity and appreciation of other music of the world will be stressed. (Cross-credited to music history, and with Anthropology) MUS: Popular Music and Culture An introduction to the history of American and British popular music after the Second World War. Will explore the ways in which popular music has contributed to Canadian culture and how Canadian culture has shaped popular music. (Cross-credited to music history) MUS: Directed Studies (1 3 credit hours) MUS: Recording Techniques An introduction to music recording and editing MUS: Senior Project I A guided project (thesis, composition or other approved project) for seniors in their fourth year of a Music Honours degree. (3 credit hours) MUS: Senior Project II A continuation of Senior Project I. (3 credit hours) 113

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