5 edition of Basic Musicianship found in the catalog.
|Statement||Prentice Hall College Div|
|Publishers||Prentice Hall College Div|
|LC Classifications||January 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 109 p. :|
|Number of Pages||95|
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Proseminar in Music Performance 4 Individual or master class instruction in advanced instrumental performance. May be taken for credit two times.
Written analysis of contemporary repertoire is introduced. To get started finding Business Basics For Musicians The Complete Handbook From Start To Success Music Pro Guidesyou are right to find our website which has a comprehensive collection of Basic Musicianship listed.
Introduction to Ethnomusicology Seminar 4 This seminar introduces the central theories, methods, and approaches used to study the music of contemporary cultures, in their local contexts. Prerequisites: MUS 101A and 101B or consent of instructor. Prerequisites: MUS 160A or VIS 160A. Prerequisites: consent of instructor and department approval. Musical Psychoacoustics 4 Survey of psychoacoustical phenomena, theories of hearing, and their relation to musical perception and cognition.
Students who have taken and passed MUS 208A may not get credit for MUS 211. Development of basic skills: perception and notation of pitch and temporal relationships.
Women in Music Basic Musicianship A survey of the biographical, historical, sociological, and political issues affecting woman musicians, their creativity, their opportunities, and their perception by others.
Introduction to Creative Practices 2 Surveys the terrain of contemporary creative music and investigates the social, cultural, historical, and technological dimensions of its manifestations and practice.
Class consists of lectures, listening labs, and live performances. Each piece also re-uses melodic material with variation.
Mary Had a Little Lamb London Bridge is Falling Down Go Tell Aunt Rhodie Now that you have had an opportunity to see the songs, grab some paper and list the things these pieces have in common. It includes a survey of advanced techniques in contemporary composition, with additional focus on notation, part-preparation, and the art of writing for small groups of Basic Musicianship.
Normally each section requires student participation for the whole academic year, with credit for participation each quarter.
Prerequisites: graduate standing in music; others by written consent of instructor and department stamp.
Survey of Electronic Music Techniques I 4 A hands-on encounter with several important works from the classic electronic repertory, showing a representative subset of the electronic techniques available to musicians.