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Music Courses

Advanced Music Performance Studies Courses

Description: An intensive developmental course for individual and group performance. A broad range of subjects will be explored including practice methods, effective rehearsing, repertoire research, program- building, memorization, improvisation, and approaching auditions and competitions.

Component(s): Seminar

Notes:
  • This course may be repeated as AMPS 502
  • This course may be repeated as AMPS 502

Description: This course examines specific aspects of performance and repertoire studies for stringed instruments.

Component(s): Seminar

Notes:
  • This course may be repeated as AMPS 504

Description: This course examines specific aspects of performance and repertoire studies for piano.

Component(s): Seminar

Notes:
  • This course may be repeated as AMPS 506

Description: This course examines specific aspects of performance and repertoire studies for voice.

Component(s): Seminar

Notes:
  • This course may be repeated as AMPS 508

Description: This course examines specific aspects of performance and repertoire studies for organ and harpsichord.

Component(s): Seminar

Notes:
  • This course may be repeated as AMPS 510

Description: Ensembles work intensively on preparation and presentation of public performances or competitions.

Notes:
  • This course may be repeated as AMPS 512

Description: Preparation and public performance with orchestra of one or several works as soloist or principal player.

Notes:
  • This course may be repeated as AMPS 514

Description: Individual projects in particular aspects of performance practice such as basso continuo, ornamentation, the cadenza, contemporary performance techniques, improvisation.

Notes:
  • This course may be repeated as AMPS 516

Description: Individual projects in music theory, analysis, composition, aesthetics, music history, or inter- disciplinary studies connected with music.

Notes:
  • This course may be repeated as AMPS 518

Description: An audio recording is made in partnership with an advanced recording student. The performer works with an advanced recording student to experiment with various sound recording possibilities, placement and type of microphones, creation of resonance, ambience, “honesty” vs. enhancement, etc. involving several sessions which could include listening to recordings the performer particularly enjoys or dislikes. The advanced recording student is responsible for producing a high-quality digitally edited recording (DAT or CD-R).

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