Required of piano and harpsichord performance majors. Digital Music Synthesis I 3. Graduate Survey of Music History 2. May be repeated to a maximum of two semester hours. Ensembles Note: All ensemble courses are repeatable.
This course consists of the study and performance of representative choral works for men's voices. This course studies music literature. This course examines string vibration as it relates to applied piano tuning. Music Education Laboratory: Choral 1. Etymology: middle english musik, from old french musique, from latin musica, from greek mousike any art presided over by the muses, especially music, from feminine of mousikos of the muses, from.
May be repeated to a maximum of nine semester hours. This course provides students with an introduction to music teaching and learning. May be repeated to a maximum of three semester hours. This course offers professional-level performance in a wide variety of literature. In recognition of this skill diversity, a department or school is given the option of proposing a course to satisfy this requirement for its graduates. May be repeated to a maximum of two semester hours. Required of music education choral majors.
Organ Design and Maintenance 2. This course studies the evolution of jazz, 1950 to the present, including the study of Cool, Hard Bop, Free, Post Bop, and Pop-Jazz styles. It was your midterm; a theatre review. Piano Technology Practicum I 3. May be repeated to a maximum of six semester hours. A Social History of America's Popular Music 3.
Cards Term First settlers in America migrated from. Midterm paper of 1400 words, and a final. Student participation in Formative Experiences must be evaluated by an instructor of record faculty or qualified staff. This course orients, teaches, and coordinates students who wish to volunteer for Arts in Medicine practica at Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare. May be repeated to a maximum of four semester hours. This course is open to all upper-division organ majors and principals.
This course helps students to develop a working knowledge of the materials and structures of tonal music through reading, listening, partwriting, model composition, and music analysis. Organ Design and Maintenance 2. This course emphasizes group drumming and improvisation techniques, applications for therapy and group drumming leadership skills for use in wellness, counseling, and other music therapy settings. This course is a theoretical study of popular music, including consideration of form, melody and harmony, meter and rhythm, timbre and production aspects, and recorded vs. Sung; Specialized Teaching Faculty: Hobson, Hodges, Lima, Lopez, Plack, G.
May be repeated to a maximum of four semester hours. May be repeated to a maximum of four semester hours. This course provides students with an orientation to the career options in music therapy. Music in Special Education 3. Introduction to Technology in Music 1.
I got a 100 on all the assignments except 1. Vocal Pedagogy Seminar I 3. Every four years, more than 60 percent of the eligible voting public turns out to cast a vote for president. This course examines the application of performance and teaching techniques and practices unique to brasses. This course offers students the opportunity to develop a working knowledge of the materials and structures of tonal and post-tonal music through reading, listening, model composition, and music analysis, and to be able to demonstrate mastery of these materials orally and in writing. May be repeated to a maximum of twelve semester hours. This course consists of the study and performance of works representative of a broad spectrum of orchestral literature.
This course surveys musical expression in relation to the background of the life and art that created it, encompassing the great periods of music history of the 18th and 19th centuries, composers and their musical masterpieces, styles, and forms. The focus is on Advanced Acting for Music Theatre and Audition Techniques. This competency cannot be accomplished through a single speaking experience but requires multiple practice opportunities throughout a course. Fundraising Strategies in the Arts 3. State of Florida Common Program Prerequisites The state of Florida has identified common program prerequisites for this University degree program. Master's Recital: Piano Pedagogy 0. Although hard to define, we know music can be or is: humanly produced, consciously organized, sonically intended, culturally expressed, aesthetically realized involving notions about beauty Video: what is music? Applied Music Secondary two hours each.
For students whose major is not performance. Performance of Operatic Role 1—2. Advanced Piano Pedagogy I 3. This course examines advance repair and restoration techniques. Applied Music Major four hours each: piano, harpsichord, organ, strings, harp, guitar; three hours each: piano pedagogy, jazz, voice, woodwinds, brasses, percussion. This course offers concert experience in a wide variety of literature.