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Undergraduate Music- Rock County

2020 Spring Term

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2 Units

BEGINNING PIANO

Music- Rock County 001

A study of basic piano technique toward skill in playing five-finger patterns & triads in all major & minor keys, chord progressions in all major keys, major & harmonic minor scales, basic transposition, legato & staccato touch & responsiveness to phrasing.


2 Units

BEGINNING PIANO

Music- Rock County 002

A study of basic piano technique toward skill in playing five-finger patterns & triads in all major & minor keys, chord progressions in all major keys, major & harmonic minor scales, basic transposition, legato & staccato touch & responsiveness to phrasing.


2 Units

ELEMENTARY PIANO

Music- Rock County 003

A continuation of skills learned in MUS 002, including dexterity playing major & harmonic minor scales & arpeggios, harmonization of a given melody with block chord accompaniment, playing various rhythms including syncopation in simple, compound & asymmetric meters, & reading & playing two parts including alto or tenor clef.


2 Units

ELEMENTARY PIANO

Music- Rock County 004

A continuation of skills learned in MUS 002, including dexterity playing major & harmonic minor scales & arpeggios, harmonization of a given melody with block chord accompaniment, playing various rhythms including syncopation in simple, compound & asymmetric meters, & reading & playing two parts including alto or tenor clef.


1-2 Units

ORCHESTRA

Music- Rock County 070

Open to all students with experience playing an orchestral instrument.


1-2 Units

BAND

Music- Rock County 071

Open to all students with experience playing a b& instrument.


1-2 Units

CHORUS

Music- Rock County 072

Open to all students.


1-2 Units

JAZZ ENSEMBLE

Music- Rock County 074

Open to all students with previous experience playing an instrument.


1-2 Units

SMALL VOCAL ENSEMBLE

Music- Rock County 075

Open to all students. Prereq: Individual campuses may require an audition for admission. Individual campuses may require concurrent enrollment in MUS 072 (Chorus).


3 Units

FUNDAMENTALS OF MUSIC

Music- Rock County 170

This course is designed to acquaint the student with the fundamentals of music through experiences with the keyboard, rhythm instruments, singing, listening, & note reading. Required for some elementary education majors & open to the general student. Acceptable as preparation for a music major or minor program.


3 Units

MUSIC THEORY II

Music- Rock County 172

Continuation of MUS 171. Melodic harmonization, voice-leading, harmonic & rhythmic progression, dominant seventh & leading-tone seventh chords, non-dominant seventh chords, Intro to modulation, secondary dominant & leading-tone chords, Intro to two & three-part forms & counterpoint will be studied. Required of students planning a music major or minor. Music majors & minors must enroll concurrently in MUS 182 to meet aural skills requirements.


3 Units

MUSIC LITERATURE AND APPRECIATION

Music- Rock County 174

A guide to the underst&ing of music through listening experiences in the various styles & historical periods


2 Units

AURAL SKILLS II

Music- Rock County 182

Development of skills in sight-singing & ear-training. Required of students planning a music major or minor & enrolled in MUS 172.


3 Units

JAZZ HISTORY AND APPRECIATION

Music- Rock County 273

An Intro to the styles & forms of jazz through a study of its history, Lit., cultural influences, musical structure, & prominent performers. Includes recorded listening experiences.


3 Units

HISTORY OF ROCK AND ROLL

Music- Rock County 278

A study of Rock & Roll with emphasis on the roots, origins & influential figures in the history of this cultural phenomenon. Includes recorded listening experiences.


2 Units

AURAL SKILLS IV

Music- Rock County 282

Development of aural skills in sight-singing & ear-training. Required of students planning a music major or minor & enrolled in MUS 272.


1-3 Units

SELECTED STUDIES

Music- Rock County 295

Single course offerings not listed in the catalog, reflecting individual campus interests.

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