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MUSIC, APPLIED (MUA)

Charles G. Snead, Director
Office: 175 Moody Music Building

Enrollment in any applied music course requires permission of the instructor.

MUSIC ENSEMBLES

The music ensembles (one credit hour each semester) are regular University courses, open to all University students by audition. All attendance rules apply and grades are given. Only performance majors in the B.M. program who have completed the sophomore qualifying examinations may register for ensembles at the 300 level. All other students must register at the 100 level. The ensembles may be taken for credit more than once, subject to the restrictions noted below. Where the number of enrollments is limited, the stated limit refers to the total allowable number of semesters including both 100- and 300-level courses.

MUA 150:350 Symphony Orchestra
MUA 152:352 Wind Ensemble
MUA 153:353 Marching Band
MUA 154:354 Symphonic Band
MUA 155:355 Brass Ensemble
MUA 156:356 Percussion Ensemble
MUA 157:357 Woodwind Ensemble
MUA 158:358 Contemporary Music Ensemble
(maximum four semesters)
MUA 159:359 Jazz Ensembles
MUA 160:360 Opera Workshop
(fall)
MUA 161:361 Opera Production
(spring)
MUA 162:362 University Chorus
MUA 163:363 University Singers
MUA 165:365 Piano Accompanying
(maximum two semesters)
MUA 166 Piano Ensemble I
(maximum two semesters)
MUA 167:367 Jazz Combo
MUA 168:368 Women's Chorale
MUA 169:369 Chamber Music
MUA 191:391 Applied Practicum

*This ensemble meets from 4–5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday throughout the fall. Students may miss one meeting per week due to class or lab conflict.

STUDIO (PRIVATE) INSTRUCTION

Weekly meeting times for studio instruction must be arranged with the instructor at 3:00 p.m. on the first day of classes of a semester. The course numbers MUA 129 through MUA 149 denote private study of an instrument or voice for non-music majors; each course carries 1 hour of credit and may be repeated for credit.

MUA 129 Guitar
MUA 130 Harp
MUA 131 Piano

Prerequisite: Three years of previous study.
MUA 132 Organ
MUA 133 Harpsichord
MUA 134 Voice
MUA 135 Violin
MUA 136 Viola
MUA 137 Cello
MUA 138 String Bass
MUA 139 Flute
MUA 140 Oboe
MUA 141 Bassoon
MUA 142 Clarinet
MUA 143 Saxophone
MUA 144 Trumpet
MUA 145 Horn
MUA 146 Trombone
MUA 147 Euphonium
MUA 148 Tuba
MUA 149 Percussion

Course numbers MUA 170 through MUA 189 and MUA 370 through MUA 389 denote private study of the principal instrument or voice for music majors; each course carries 1–4 hours of credit and may be repeated for credit. Music majors should register for the principal applied instrument at the MUA 170–MUA 189 level during the first four semesters at the University. Following successful completion of the sophomore qualifying examination (MUA 199), students should register for the principal applied instrument at the MUA 370–MUA 389 level. Weekly meeting times for studio instruction must be arranged with the instructor at 3:00 p.m. on the first day of classes of a semester.

MUA 170 and MUA 370 Harp
MUA 171 and MUA 371 Piano
MUA 172 and MUA 372 Organ
MUA 174 and MUA 374 Voice
MUA 175 and MUA 375 Violin
MUA 176 and MUA 376 Viola
MUA 177 and MUA 377 Cello
MUA 178 and MUA 378 String Bass
MUA 179 and MUA 379 Flute
MUA 180 and MUA 380 Oboe
MUA 181 and MUA 381 Bassoon
MUA 182 and MUA 382 Clarinet
MUA 183 and MUA 383 Saxophone
MUA 184 and MUA 384 Trumpet
MUA 185 and MUA 385 Horn
MUA 186 and MUA 386 Trombone
MUA 187 and MUA 387 Euphonium
MUA 188 and MUA 388 Tuba
MUA 189 and MUA 389 Percussion
MUA 190 and MUA 390 Guitar

Course numbers MUA 270 through MUA 289 denote private study of a secondary instrument or voice for music majors; each course carries .5–1 hour of credit and may be repeated for credit. Weekly meeting times for studio instruction must be arranged with the instructor at 3:00 p.m. on the first day of classes of a semester.

MUA 270 Harp
MUA 271 Piano
MUA 272 Organ
MUA 273 Harpsichord
MUA 274 Voice
MUA 275 Violin
MUA 276 Viola
MUA 277 Cello
MUA 278 String Bass
MUA 279 Flute
MUA 280 Oboe
MUA 281 Bassoon
MUA 282 Clarinet
MUA 283 Saxophone
MUA 284 Trumpet
MUA 285 Horn
MUA 286 Trombone
MUA 287 Euphonium
MUA 288 Tuba
MUA 289 Percussion
MUA 290 Guitar

Course numbers MUA 100 through MUA 125 and MUA 220 denote group instruction in piano, guitar, or voice. Each course carries 1 hour of credit.

MUA 100 Beginning Class Voice
MUA 121 Class Piano I
MUA 122 Class Piano II
MUA 123 Class Piano III
MUA 124 Class Piano IV
MUA 125 Advanced Class Piano
MUA 220 Class Guitar
(prerequisite: MUS 115)

MUA 010 Music Convocation. No credit.

Required for all music majors and music minors.

MUA 199 Sophomore Qualifying Exam. No credit.

MUA 299 Piano Proficiency Exam. No credit.

Required for all music majors.

MUA 399 Junior Recital. No credit.

Senior Recital. No credit.

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