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1 Missouri Valley College Division of Fine Arts Music Handbook

2 DIVISION OF FINE ARTS FACULTY MUSIC FACULTY Garry Anders Assistant Professor of Music Director, MVC Bands Morrison Fine Art Bld Diana Malan, Division Chair Associate Professor of Music/Theatre Director, MVC Choirs Morrison Fine Arts Bldg Michael Martin Instructor of Music Director, MVC Drumline Morrison Fine Arts Bldg. DANCE FACULTY Janie Morgan Associate Professor of Dance Director, MVC Repertory Dance Ensemble Morrison Fine Arts Bldg MUSIC ADJUNCT FACULTY Charles Ferguson Adjunct Instructor of Applied Music Morrison Fine Arts Bldg Jessica Riggins Adjunct Instructor of Music Milena Simic Adjunct Instructor of Applied Piano DANCE ADJUNCT FACULTY Haley Jameson Adjunct Instrucotr of Dance THEATRE ADJUNCT FACULTY Dyann Rozema Adjunct Instructor of Theatre Costume Designer/Shop Supervisor Eckilson-Mabee Theatre THEATRE FACULTY Harold Hynick Assistant Professor of Theatre Director, Flatliners Improv Troupe Eckilson-Mabee Theatre Jay Rozema Associate Professor of Theatre Director of Technical Theatre Eckilson-Mabee Theatre VISUAL ARTS FACULTY Charity-Mika Woodard Associate Professor of Visual Art Baity Hall Art Studio VISUAL ARTS ADJUNCT FACULTY Dan Gemkow Adjunct Instructor of Visual Art Matt Moyer Adjunct Instructor of Graphic Design Valerie Wedel Adjunct Instructor of Visual Art Young Hall Ceramics Studio 2

3 PERFORMANCE OPPORTUNITIES Each year the Division of Fine Arts offers a production season that consists of musicals, plays, choral music shows, instrumental & choral concerts, dance concerts, and student music recitals. All interested students are invited to participate. Requirements for production involvement: Must maintain a 2.0 cumulative GPA Must have a 2.0 GPA during previous semester MVC Choirs offer a variety of vocal opportunities for students. There are three choral groups for students to participate in: Valley Connection show choir, MVC Concert Choir and Valley Voices (vocal jazz group). Each choral group has their own diverse style and are open to all interested students. Small ensemble and solo work are also offered within the choirs. The groups present annual Christmas and Spring Shows. Tour performances are also scheduled throughout the school year. Scholarships are available to qualified students. For more information contact Professor Diana Malan (660) (Director, MVC Choirs) MVC Instrumental program offers the following groups: Concert Band, Jazz Band, and Drumline. A variety of small ensembles and solo work are also available to students. The Concert and Jazz Bands present concerts throughout the school year. Drumline performs at home football games. Scholarships are available to qualified tudents. For more information contact Professor Garry Anders (660) (Director, MVC Bands) MVC Repertory Dance Ensemble provides performance, choreographic and pre-production opportunities for our students throughout the year. The ensemble's broad repertory consists of modern, jazz, ballet, tap, hip-hop and ethnic dance works. Collaborations with musicians, guest artists and community members provides students with excellent pre-professional dance experience. Scholarships are available to qualified students. For information on upcoming performances see the Production Calendar. For more information please contact Professor Janie Morgan (660) (Artistic Director and Choreographer) Flatliners (MVC s own Improvisational Comedy Troupe) were founded in 2001 and ever since, their performances have been a favorite of Valley s theatrical offerings. The students involved put on a monthly formatted improvisation show for the campus and community. Scholarships are available to qualified students. If you are interested in participating in The Flatliners, booking the group to perform, or would just like more information contact Profess Harold Hynick (660) (Director) MET (Morris Experimental Theatre) is designed for intimate productions, student directing and acting projects. Throughout the school year full length plays, one act plays, original plays, and student generated projects are presented in the space. The studio is open to all interested students. For more information contact Professor Harold Hynick ( ) 3

4 CHORAL AND INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLES MVC JAZZ BAND VALLEY CONNECTION SHOW CHOIR Study and performance of traditional and progressive jazz-rock music. A choreographed choir with repertoire consisting of contemporary music in the show-pop style. Auditions are required. Selected members are expected to make a commitment for the school year. MVC CONCERT CHOIR MVC DRUMLINE A choral ensemble open to all interested singers. Repertoire includes foreign language, sacred, Broadway, contemporary, and concert/festival. Appears at all home football games and playoff games. Eight week study of cadences and fundamentals of playing percussion instruments MVC CONCERT BAND VALLEY VOICES A vocal ensemble that focuses on jazz and acappella styles of music. Auditions are required. Selected members are expected to make a commitment for the school year. Open to any instrumentalist with performing ability on a band instrument. The band performs original band literature and transcriptions of many famous works. 4

5 DEGREES/ACADEMIC CRITERIA/EXPECTATIONS Expectations for Students in the Division of Fine Arts: Attend all classes Complete all assignments on time, and as directed Follow through on commitments Maintain focus on the task at hand Give your best efforts to all you undertake Academic Criteria for participation in productions and performance groups: Maintain an overall GPA of no less than 2.0 Have a semester GPA of no less than 2.0 Provide proof of current and overall GPA at all auditions Provide proof of class attendance and coursework at all auditions **Productions include all mainstage and black box shows **Performance groups include Show Choir, Repertory Dance Ensemble, Flatliners, and Instrumental audition groups. Criteria for acceptance into and maintaining enrollment in teacher education: Overall GPA of 2.75 or higher or 2.5 with an ACT score of 20 or higher Grade of C or higher in ED 100 Qualifying scores of 235 or higher on every subtest area of the C-Base exam Evidence of competency in written and oral communication to be judged through EN 160 ( C or higher grade) and SP 100 ( C or higher grade) Praxis exam must be passed prior to student teaching. DEGREES: BS (Bachelor of Science) The BS degree requires more coursework in math/science rather than language/literautre. BA (Bachelor of Arts) The BA degree is appropriate for students who plan to major in Dance, General Theatre or General Music. Art and Music Education students may also elect to pursue the B.A. degree. The degree requires more coursework in the language/literature area. 5

6 MVC GENERAL EDUCATION CORE CURRICULUM New core effective for school year 6

7 MVC GENERAL EDUCATION CORE CURRICULUM B.A. Bachelor of Arts; B.S.Bachelor of Science; B.F.A. Bachelor of Fine Arts 7

8 GENERAL MUSIC 41 Total Hours COURSE SEMESTER GRADE REPEAT MU 110: Class Piano I (1) Fall MU 111: Class Piano II (1) Spring APPLIED LESSONS: (4 HRS must concentrate in one area): MU 140, MU 145, MU 146, MU 147 Fall, Spring ENSEMBLE WORK (4 HRS majors must participate in a music ensemble every semester): MU 170, MU 178 Fall, Spring MU 250: Music Theory I (3) Fall MU 252: Aural Training I (1) Fall MU 251: Music Theory II (3) Spring MU 253: Aural Training II (1) Spring MU 320: Music Theory III (3) Fall MU 321: Music Theory IV (3) Spring MU 350: Conducting I (2) Fall even MU 351: Music Composition (3) Spring even MU 370: Music History I (3) Fall odd MU 371: Music History II (3) Spring odd Senior Seminar (1) Fall, Spring 5 HRS Upper Division Elective Hours: approval of advisor MU MU 8

9 MUSIC EDUCATION CHORAL (K-12) 48 Total Hours COURSE SEMESTER GRADE REPEAT MU 110: Class Piano I (1) Fall MU 111: Classd Piano II (1) Spring APPLIED LESSONS: (6 HRS must concentrate in primary area): F/S: MU 140 ENSEMBLE WORK (6 HRS majors must participate in a music ensemble every semester): F/S: MU 170 MU 250: Music Theory I (3) Fall MU 252: Aural Training I (1) Fall MU 251: Music Theory II (3) Spring MU 253: Aural Training II (1) Spring MU 320: Music Theory III (3) Fall MU 321: Music Theory IV (3) Spring MU 350: Conducting I (2) Fall even MU 352: Conducting II (2) Spring even MU 360: Choral Techniques (2) Fall even MU 362: Choral Literature (2) Spring even MU 370: Music History I (3) Fall odd MU 371: Music History II (3) Spring odd MU 385: Choral Arranging (2) Spring odd MU 460: Methods for Tchg Elem Sch Music (2) F MU 461: Methods for Tchg Mid/Sec Sch Music (2) F **Music Education majors must pass a piano proficiency exam (see page 14) **Music Education majors must complete the professional education courses (see page 11) **See page 5 for acceptance into the teacher education program 9

10 MUSIC EDUCATION INSTRUMENTAL (K-12) 48 CREDIT HOURS COURSE SEMESTER GRADE REPEAT MU 110: Class Piano I (1) Fall MU 111: Class Piano II (1) Spring APPLIED LESSONS: (6 HRS must concentrate in primary area): F/S: MU 145, MU 146 ENSEMBLE WORK (4 HRS majors must participate in a music ensemble every semester): F/S: MU 178 MU 210: String Techniques (1) Fall even MU 211: Woodwind Techniques I (1) Spring even MU 212: Woodwind Techniques II (1) Spring odd MU 213: Brass Techniques I (1) Spring even MU 214: Brass Techniques II (1) Spring odd MU 215: Percussion Techniques (1) Fall odd MU 250: Music Theory I (3) Fall MU 252: Aural Training I (1) Fall MU 251: Music Theory II (3) Spring MU 253: Aural Training II (1) Spring MU 320: Music Theory III (3) Fall MU 321: Music Theory IV (3) Spring MU 350: Conducting I (2) Fall even MU 352: Conducting II (2) Spring even MU 370: Music History I (3) Fall odd MU 371: Music History II (3) Spring odd MU 380: Instrumental Arr (2) Fall odd MU 460: Methods for Tchg Elem Sch Music (2) F MU 462: Methods for Tchg Mid/Sec Sch Music (2) F **Music Education majors must pass a piano proficiency exam (see page 14) **Music Education majors must complete the professional education courses (see page 11) **See page 5 for acceptance into the teacher education program 10

11 PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION COURSES COURSE SEMESTER GRADE REPEAT ED 100: Intro to Teaching (3) ED 191: Secondary Practicum I (1) ED 260: Ed of the Exceptional Child (3) ED 300: Instructional Methodology (3) ED 311: Educational Psychcology (3) ED 322: Teaching Reading in content area (2) ED 335: Interp of Ed Tests and Measurements (3) ED 206: Beginning Portfolio Development (1) ED 306: Intermediate Portfolio Development (1) ED 406: Advanced Portfolio Development (1) ED 307: Classroom Org & Management (2) ED 352: Secondary Clinical Experience (2) ED 415: Student teaching Seminar (1) ED 491: Student Teaching (6-12) ED 44x: Tech of Teaching Music (2) PY 275: Adolescent Psychology (3) MU 110: Class Piano I MU 111: Class Piano II OR 2 semesters of MU 147 (Applied Piano) MU 250: Music Theory I MU 252: Aural Training I MU 251: Music Theory II MU 253: Aural Training II MU 370 or MU 371: Music History I or II Applied Lessons: 2 credit hours Ensemble work: 2 credit hours 5 elective hours: 300/400 level MUSIC MINOR 22 total hours **Music majors/minors are required to participate in a music ensemble every semester. 11

12 STUDENT JURY INFORMATION All students pursuing degrees in the Division of Fine Arts are required to participate in yearly Student Juries. This is an opportunity for students to review their artistic background reflecting on what they ve gained/learned throughout each experience. Juries are part of your required yearly assessment process which must be completed for approval of graduation. It is an opportunity to get feedback from your faculty/panel members, to set goals for yourself, and to learn more about where you are in your devleopment. INSTRUMENTAL JURIES Juries serve the following purposes: Provides feedback to students on a per semester basis Provides information to instructors regarding the quality of their teaching Provides performance opportunities for students each semester Juries will take place each semester on or near the final day of class with an assigned time All instrumental music majors must play at every jury All students taking applied lessons must play at each jury for the semester they are enrolled in lessons Juries of music majors not taking applied lessons will consist of * scales including chromatic, major, and minor * prepared piece of not less than four and no more than 6 minutes * brief sight reading piece * verbal and written feedback from at least four faculty members Juries of music majors taking applied lessons will consist of * scales including chromatic, major, minor, modes, and diminished based on number of previous applied lesson semesters * prepared piece or pieces not less that six minutes no more than eight * sight reading * 30 percent of final applied lesson grade will consist of jury grade * verbal and written feedback from at least four faculty members Jury for non music majors taking applied lessons will consist of * scales * prepared piece of not less than three minutes, no more than five * brief sight reading * 30 percent of final applied lesson grade will consist of jury grade * verbal and written feedback from at least four faculty members Note: Beginning Spring of 2013, pre-requisite for enrollment in applied lessons is participation in the previous semester jury. 12

13 STUDENT JURY INFORMATION VOCAL JURIES Freshmen, Sophomore, and Juniors do Vocal Juries Seniors will present a full recital with Senior Seminar Student Juries will take place in March (the week prior to Spring Break) JURY REQUIREMENTS: Perform two contrasting vocal selections: (limit of 5-6 minutes) *Your selections should demonstrate your vocal abilities, including range, dynamics, tempo, diction, interpretation, etc. Score/Song Analysis: *A complete score/song analysis must be submitted for each vocal selection Sight Reading/Ear Training: *You will be given a brief piece to sight read *You will be given ear training exercises to do Resume/Transcript: *A current resume and transcript must be submitted Panel Interview: *Faculty and guest panelists will provide feedback regarding your performance and sight reading. *Be prepared to answer questions regarding your performance, score analysis, and college progress. MISSION STATEMENT/LEARNING OUTCOMES Music Mission Statement: The Missouri Valley College Music program is committed to developing the full potential of students by providing a personalized, hands-on learning environment that fosters an appreciation and understanding of music: that encourages musical creativity and artistic expression; that provides a variety of musical opportunities; and that offers an integrated curriculum which prepares students for teaching, graduate school, or careers in music. Learning Outcomes: * Students will have a solid grounding in music history, music literature, and music theory. * Students will have a solid understanding of the collaborative process. * Students will demonstrate the ability to use critical ideas, interpretations, and judgments orally and in writing. * Students will develop an understanding of aesthetic qualities. * Students will demonstrate the ability to apply proper technical skills in their music. 13

14 PIANO PROFICIENCY EXAM Music Education Majors All music education major students must pass a piano proficiency exam to be certified by the state of Missouri to teach music. The following materials must be performed: *All 12 major scales, three octaves with arpeggios in quarter notes at quarter note equals 120. The Arpeggios are to be played as half notes. *All 12 melodic minor scales, three octaves with arpeggios in quarter notes at quarter note equals 120. The Arpeggios are to be played as half notes. *A church hymn (student s choice) *A Bach Chorale (students choice) * Minuet by Luigi Boccherini in E Major * Prelude and Fugue by Johann Bach, Book 1, No. 2 from The Well Tempered Clavier *A short sight reading example Proficiency may be taken during the last three weeks of any semester selected by the student. The date and time of the exam must be made by midterm of that semester with Garry Anders or Diana Malan. The date and time must be agreed upon by all parties, in writing. Students will be judged by three faculty members and must pass at least 80 percent of the requirements in order to have passed the proficiency exam. If a student fails the exam (less than 80%), he/she may request another opportunity to attempt the proficiency. This may occur in the following semester two weeks before midterms. 14

15 CODE OF CONDUCT The faculty of the Division of Fine Arts wishes to instill the highest level of discipline and professionalism in future artists. In that spirit, we have adopted the following: AN ARTIST S CODE OF CONDUCT: I will honor my personal creativity by expressing myself to the greatest ability. I am an integral part of the creative process and will function as an inventive collaborator. There is a time to give creative input and a time to take notes. I will learn the difference. I will take direction and constructive criticism from my director, teacher, or supervisor in the spirit they are given, knowing they serve to help me become a more powerful presence on stage or in the classroom. I will be emotionally ready and physically prepared to work when rehearsal or class begins. I will bring solutions, not problems to every rehearsal and class project. Love the art in yourself and not yourself in the art. Remember: there are no small parts, only small actors. Never come into the theatre or classroom with mud on your feet. Leave your dust and dirt outside. Check your little worries, squabbles, petty difficulties with your outside clothing -- all the things that ruin your life and draw your attention away from your art -- at the door. -Konstantin Stanislavski- 15

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