Course Topics

MUS 116: Class Instruction: Piano

Continuation of MUS 115. For majors and non-majors who have had some piano or voice. Emphasis is on developing good reading and practicing skills.

MUS 117: Class Instruction: Piano

For music majors only. Emphasis is on developing the skills required on the piano proficiency test.

MUS 121: Theory I

An intensive study of music fundamentals and materials. Includes written exercises, original composition, and the analysis of musical examples. Keyboard exercises and computer-assisted instructional materials are integrated into the course. Music 131 is the honors section of Theory 1.

MUS 122: Theory II

A continuation of Theory I. Includes modulation, small forms, and variation technique. Keyboard exercises and computer-assisted instructional materials are integrated into the course. Music 132 is the honors section for Theory II.

MUS 130, 230, 330, 430: Private Instruction: Piano

For music majors in varied years of study. Non-majors and music majors in their secondary areas may register for these courses with consent of instructor. Studio seminars may be required. Additional fees will be assessed for these courses.

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