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1998-1999 Course Descriptions

MUSP - Music, Performance


MUSP 1355. Orchestral Ensemble Activities (0-4-1) MUSP 1355. Orchestral Ensemble Activities (0-4-1) Prerequisite: Approval of Instructor. Rehearsal and performance of orchestral and string ensemble literature. The course exists as a variety of ensembles: CSU Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra, and String Ensembles (of varying instrumentation: String Quartet, String Trio, etc.). Open to all students on an audition basis. The repertoire provides experience of a variety of musical styles. May be repeated for credit.

MUSP 1356. Vocal Ensemble Activities (0-4-1) Prerequisite: Approval of Instructor. Rehearsal and performance of choral and operatic ensemble literature. The course exists as a variety of ensembles: Civic Chorale, University Singers, Opera Chorus, and Vocal Ensemble (of varying voicings). Open to all students on an audition basis. The repertoire provides experience of a variety of musical styles and types. May be repeated for credit.

MUSP 1357. Wind Ensemble Activities (0-4-1) Prerequisite: Approval of Instructor. Rehearsal and performance of wind and percussion ensemble literature. The course exists as a variety of ensembles: CSU Symphonic Wind Ensemble, Chamber Winds, Symphonic Band, and Instrumental Ensembles (of varying instrumentations: Woodwind Quintet, Brass Quintet, etc.). Open to all students on an audition basis. The repertoire is carefully selected to provide a variety of musical experience from the traditional to the historical, to the cutting-edge of contemporary art and popular music. May be repeated for credit.

MUSP 3355. Orchestral Ensemble Activities (0-4-1) Prerequisites: 4 credits of MUSP 1355 and Approval of Instructor. Rehearsal and performance of orchestral and string ensemble literature. The course exists as a variety of ensembles: CSU Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra, and String Ensembles (of varying instrumentation: String Quartet, String Trio, etc.). Open to all students on an audition basis. The repertoire provides experience of a variety of musical styles. May be repeated for credit.

MUSP 3356. Vocal Ensemble Activities (0-4-1) Prerequisites: 4 credits of MUSP 1355 and Approval of Instructor. Rehearsal and performance of choral and operatic ensemble literature. The course exists as a variety of ensembles: Civic Chorale, University Singers, Opera Chorus, and Vocal Ensemble (of varying voicings). Open to all students on an audition basis. The repertoire provides experience of a variety of musical styles and types. May be repeated for credit.

MUSP 3357. Wind Ensemble Activities (0-4-1) Prerequisites: 4 credits of MUSP 1355 and Approval of Instructor. Rehearsal and performance of wind and percussion ensemble literature. The course exists as a variety of ensembles: CSU Symphonic Wind Ensemble, Chamber Winds, Symphonic Band, and Instrumental Ensembles (of varying instrumentations: Woodwind Quintet, Brass Quintet, etc.). Open to all students on an audition basis. The repertoire is carefully selected to provide a variety of musical experience from the traditional to the historical, to the cutting-edge of contemporary art and popular music. May be repeated for credit.

MUSP 3358. Jazz Band (0-3-1) Prerequisite: Approval of Instructor. Instrumental ensemble experience covering jazz styles from the traditional age to the contemporary period. Open to all students with consent of instructor. May be repeated for credit.

MUSP 3359. Small Ensemble (0-2-1) Prerequisite: Approval of Department Chair. Chamber music experience in string and/or wind instruments or vocal ensembles. May be repeated for credit.

MUSP 4305. Accompanying (0-2-1) Accompanying, accompanying techniques, and practical application of them. For keyboard majors who wish to be trained as accompanists. May be repeated for credit.

MUSP 5358. Jazz Band (0-3-1) Prerequisite: Approval of Instructor. Instrumental ensemble experience covering jazz styles from the traditional age to the contemporary period. Open to all students with consent of instructor. May be repeated for credit.

MUSP 6305. Accompanying (0-2-1) Accompanying, accompanying techniques, and practical application of them. For keyboard majors who wish to be trained as accompanists. May be repeated for credit.

MUSP 7355. Orchestral Ensemble Activities (0-4-1) Prerequisite: Approval of Instructor. Rehearsal and performance of orchestral and string ensemble literature. The course exists as a variety of ensembles: CSU Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra, and String Ensembles (of varying instrumentation: String Quartet, String Trio, etc.). Open to all students on an audition basis. The repertoire provides experience of a variety of musical styles. May be repeated for credit.

MUSP 7356. Vocal Ensemble Activities (0-4-1) Prerequisite: Approval of Instructor. Rehearsal and performance of choral and operatic ensemble literature. The course exists as a variety of ensembles: Civic Chorale, University Singers, Opera Chorus, and Vocal Ensemble (of varying voicings). Open to all students on an audition basis. The repertoire provides experience of a variety of musical styles and types. May be repeated for credit.

MUSP 7357. Wind Ensemble Activities (0-4-1) Prerequisite: Approval of Instructor. Rehearsal and performance of wind and percussion ensemble literature. The course exists as a variety of ensembles: CSU Symphonic Wind Ensemble, Chamber Winds, Symphonic Band, and Instrumental Ensembles (of varying instrumentations: Woodwind Quintet, Brass Quintet, etc.). Open to all students on an audition basis. The repertoire is carefully selected to provide a variety of musical experience from the traditional to the historical, to the cutting-edge of contemporary art and popular music. May be repeated for credit.

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