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singing process. Emphasis on teaching techniques and care of the voice. Required of all students
majoring in voice. Open to other vocalists with the permission of instructor. Prerequisite:
sophomore standing. Alternate years. No S/U option.

310. Music Theory III
Continuation of MUS 210. Topics include seventh chords, chord inversion, secondary functions,
and an introduction to modulation. Prerequisite: MUS 210. No S/U option.

315. Jazz Arranging
Scoring for the jazz ensemble. Study of contemporary practices for writing and arranging in the
jazz idiom. Projects include arrangements for the conventional big band as well as for small jazz
ensembles. Prerequisite: MUS 343. Offered upon request, subject to availability of faculty. No
S/U option.

321. History of Western Music I
Chronological development of Western music from Antiquity through the late Renaissance.
Emphasis on historical, cultural, aesthetic, and structural examination of musical works; and
the development of genres, forms, and performance practices. Prerequisites: writing-designated
course (W) and the ability to read music. No S/U option. (Humanities)

322. History of Western Music II
Chronological development of Western music from the Baroque (seventeenth century) through
Beethoven. Emphasis on historical, cultural, aesthetic, and structural examination of musical
works; and the development of genres, forms, and performance practices. Prerequisites: MUS
310 and writing designated course (W). No S/U option. (Humanities)

323. History of Western Music III
Chronological development of Western music from the Romantics to the present. Emphasis on
historical, cultural, aesthetic, and structural examination of musical works; and the
development of genres, forms and performance practices. Prerequisites: MUS 310 and writing-
designated coure (W). No S/U option. (Humanities)

331. Music Education Seminar (1/2)
Introduction to the music teaching profession, with an emphasis on student evaluation,
planning, classroom management, teaching strategies, and audiovisual and computer
applications. Twenty-five hours of observation/practicum in music in the schools. Prerequisite:
MUS 310. No S/U option.

343. Music Theory IV
Continuation of MUS 310, with emphasis on aural skills, structural analysis, and formal designs
of music from the common-practice period. Prerequisite: MUS 310. No S/U option.

348. Counterpoint
Fundamental contrapuntal principles that occur in polyphonic music. Prerequisite: MUS 343.
Offered upon request. No S/U option.

349. Form and Analysis
Overview of the standard forms and genres found in the common-practice and twentieth
century periods. Study of techniques for uncovering the structure of a specific work.
Prerequisite: MUS 343. Offered upon request. No S/U option.

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