Department Website:

https://www.juniata.edu/academics/departments/music/

Faculty:

  • Lecturer Janet Berlin (clarinet)
  • Lecturer Evelyn Bookhammer (cello)
  • Lecturer Jody Butte (bassoon)
  • Lecturer Jordan Canner (jazz ensemble)
  • Lecturer Justin Dorsey (bass)
  • Lecturer, Gabriel Gould (composition/arranging)
  • Lecturer Cathy Herrera (flute)
  • Lecturer, John Kovalchik (trombone/euphonium/tuba)
  • Lecturer Barry Kroeker (oboe)
  • Professor James Latten (Wind Symphony, Concert Band, Percussion) - ext. 3471
  • Lecturer Phil Loewen (saxophone, jazz improvisation)
  • Lecturer Herbert McKinstry (trumpet)
  • Lecturer Janice Mianulli (voice)
  • Lecturer Stanley Mullen (guitar)
  • Lecturer Rebekah (Katie) O’Brien (Orchestra, horn)
  • Lecturer Julie Renne (violin and viola)
  • Lecturer Cathy Scafidi (piano)
  • Professor Russ Shelley (Chair, Concert Choir, Choral Union) - ext. 3473

Background Information:

The Department of Music provides opportunities for students to further one’s performance skills, from beginners through advanced levels, and improve their understanding of music as a form of creative expression. Departmental courses and ensembles offer students the chance to perceive the subtleties of musical expression, to approach music as a reflection of the cultures in which it is found, to perform of some of the greatest literature in our art form, and to develop new, lifelong friendships. The department is very popular, serving over 350 musicians each semester. Juniata does not offer a POE or secondary emphasis in Music. Our emphasis is non-vocational high-quality musical experiences and training.

Ensembles:

  • Concert Choir: performs a variety of choral music. Performances include on-campus programs, an annual international extended tour, weekend tour, and recording.
  • Choral Union: develops choral skills in a supportive environment. One major on-campus performance per semester.
  • Wind Symphony: Our premier wind and percussion group performs a variety of literature for wind band, concert band, and chamber wind ensembles. Selected players participate in one or more full orchestra pieces with our college orchestra, Honors Brass Quintet, Honors Woodwind Quintet, and/or Honors Saxophone Quartet.  One concert per semester.
  • Concert Band: performs a variety of standard and new band selections. One concert per semester.
  • Orchestra: performs standard string orchestra and full orchestra literature. Selected players participate in Honors String Quartet.
  • Chamber Ensembles: vary from semester to semester, as offshoots of the Wind Symphony, orchestra, and the private studios. In the past, this has included flute choir, clarinet choir, horn quartet, and cello choir.
  • Jazz Ensemble: performs works in a big band setting, including swing standards, ballads, fusion, funk, and Latin charts. An outgrowth of the concert wind bands program.
  • Percussion Ensemble: an innovative group of ensembles that performs traditional and contemporary literature for traditional percussion, mallet percussionists, hand drumming, and our Steel drum/PVC Pipe Ensemble.

Programs of Emphasis:

  • Juniata does not offer a POE or secondary emphasis in Music

Recommended sequencing of courses:

Private studio lessons help improve musicians' sound quality, intellectual understanding, technique, expression and creativity. Enrollment for 1 credit provides 14weekly 30 minute private lessons; two credits provide 14weekly 60 minute private lessons. No previous experience necessary. Private lessons carry additional fees. Studio music fees are not refunded after drop/add. Instructor will contact you. If you haven't heard from them by the 4th day of classes, you may email them.

In one’s first semester of studio enrollment, enroll in:

MU-111A   Woodwind Studio (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00-2.00 Credits; F) (section 1: saxophone; section 2: clarinet; section 3: bassoon; section 4: oboe. For flute studio, see MU 111H below.

MU-111B   Violin/Viola Studio (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00-2.00 Credits; F) Violins and violas may be available for rental.

MU-111C   Brass Studio (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00-2.00 Credits; F) Students usually provide their own instruments, although some instruments may be available for sign-out.

MU-111D   Percussion Studio (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00-2.00 Credits; F) All instruments are supplied by the College, but purchase of music, sticks, or mallets may be required.

MU-111E   Piano Studio (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00-2.00 Credits; F) Pianos are available for practice in the music building.

MU-111F   Voice Studio (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00-2.00 Credits; F)

MU-111G   Guitar Studio (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00-2.00 Credits; F) Students supply their own instruments.

MU-111H   Flute Studio (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00-2.00 Credits; F) Students supply their own instruments.

MU-111I   Cello Studio (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00-2.00 Credits; F) Students typically supply their own instruments although instruments may be available for sign-out on a limited basis.

MU-111K   Studio Jazz Improvisation Lessons (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00-2.00 Credits; F) Private improvisation instruction, primarily in jazz styles. Individualized curriculum, based on needs and abilities of each student, will include scales, chords, and real-time usage of those elements in improvising. Also, basic instruction in one or more of these areas may be added by instructor if deemed necessary and only as directly related to student's development as an improviser: biographies and styles of famed improvisers, ear training, transcribing, and jazz styles/history. Students provide their own instruments. MU-111L   Bass Studio (Fall & Spring; All Years; 1.00-2.00 Credits; F)

MU-111M   Composition/Song Writing (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00-2.00 Credits; F) This course is one-on-one studio instruction in the craft of composition and/or songwriting. Instruction focuses on traditional classical/concert music, but can also include other genres as needed including, pop, folk, rock, and jazz. Topics include notation, orchestration, idiomatic writing for instruments and voices, musical form, and score study. Short term assignments are given throughout the semester, culminating in a more substantial work.

In one’s second semester of studio enrollment, enroll in the appropriate section of MU 112.

In one’s third semester of studio enrollment, enroll in the appropriate section of MU 211.

In one’s fourth semester of studio enrollment, enroll in the appropriate section of MU 212.

In one’s fifth semester of studio enrollment, enroll in the appropriate section of MU 311.

In one’s sixth semester of studio enrollment, enroll in the appropriate section of MU 312.

In one’s seventh semester of studio enrollment, enroll in the appropriate section of MU 411.

In one’s eighth semester of studio enrollment, enroll in the appropriate section of MU 412.

Members of Juniata major instrumental ensembles may co-enroll in half-price lessons, as follows: (Corequisites: One of MU115-MU122 or one of MU133-MU140 or one of MU141-MU148 or one of MU191-MU198, and instructor's permission.)

Private Studio:

Private studio lessons help improve musicians' sound quality, intellectual understanding, technique, expression and creativity. Enrollment for 1 credit provides 14 weekly 30 minute private lessons; two credits provide 14 weekly 60 minute private lessons. No previous experience necessary. Private lessons carry additional fees. Studio music fees are not refunded after drop/add. Instructor will contact you. If you haven't heard from them by the 4th day of classes, you may email them.

Members of Juniata major instrumental ensembles may co-enroll in half-price lessons, as follows: (Corequisites: One of MU115-MU122 or one of MU133-MU140 or one of MU141-MU148 or one of MU191-MU198, and instructor's permission.)

One credit. 30 minute private lesson every other week (or, 2 students per lesson weekly). MU189 enables students in one of our 4 major instrumental ensembles to also enroll in lessons with the appropriate studio instructor. Lessons are not a requirement for membership in an ensemble.

These lessons do not fulfill FISHN requirements; for FISHN-eligible lessons enroll in MU111 et al. instead. If ensemble course is dropped this course must be dropped too.

MU-189A   Instrumental Lessons Woodwinds (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00 Credit) (section 1: saxophone; section 2: clarinet; section 3: bassoon; section 4: oboe. For flute studio, see MU 189H below.

MU-189B   Instrumental Lesson Violin/Viola (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00 Credit)

MU-189C   Instrumental Lessons Brass (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00 Credit)

MU-189D   Instrumental Lessons Percussion (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00 Credit)

MU-189E   Instrumental Lessons Piano (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00 Credit)

MU-189G   Instrumental Lessons Guitar (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00 Credit)

MU-189H   Instrumental Lessons Flute (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00 Credit)

MU-189I   Instrumental Lessons Cello (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00 Credit)

MU-189K   Instrumental Lessons Studio Jazz (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00 Credit)

MU-189L   Instrumental Lessons Bass (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00 Credit; F)


Courses:

MS-101   Music Fundamentals (Variable; Yearly; 3.00 Credits; F,WK-CE) Designed to teach students the basic tools and elements of music and its notation. Students learn to become literate in the fundamentals of music (reading and writing music notes, intervals, scales, chords, rhythms, structure...) and apply that knowledge to composition (e.g. a group project composing a brief " percussion " ensemble piece) and basic piano skills. Discussions of the importance of music in society and in education. Listening skills are developed over the course of the semester. Pre- or Co-Req: FYC-101 or EN-110 or EN-109.

MS-110   Survey of Western Music (Fall; Yearly; 3.00 Credits; F) Uses the historical development of " Western " music literature as the basis for forming a better understanding of the art of music. Listening skills are developed over the course of the semester.

MS-112   Introduction to Aesthetic Experience (Spring; Odd Years; 3.00 Credits; F) Introduces the aesthetic experience as a phenomenon of the human condition. Emphasizes an understanding of what the aesthetic experience is and learning to maximize the experience through perception of how the elements of an art work interact. Students learn to take from art what it uniquely offers.

MS-116   World Musics and Cultures (Spring; Yearly; 3.00 Credits; F,I,SW-GE) World Musics and Cultures is a survey class intended to educate students about a variety of different cultures and how music functions in human society. Cultures covered will include South Asia (India and Pakistan), East Asia (China, Japan, and Korea), the Caribbean (Jamaica, Trinidad, and Cuba), and Sub-Saharan Africa, along with other possibilities.

MS-199   Special Topics (Variable; Variable; 1.00-4.00 Credits) Allows the departments to offer special topics not normally offered. Departments may offer more than one special topic. Prerequisites vary by title.

MS-200   Music Literacy (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00 Credit; WK-CE) Music Literacy provides student musicians an opportunity to complete the Ways of Knowing Creative Expression requirement by learning to speak and write knowledgeably about an instrument, the music they are performing, and music's cultural context, as well as music history and theory. Develops active listening skills. To enroll in this course and to earn the Creative Expression requirement, students must have taken prior to and/or concurrently with this course, 3 credits of MU courses, taken in the same studio or ensemble. Instructor permission is required.

MS-230   History of American Popular Music (Variable; Variable; 3.00 Credits; F) This course covers popular music in America, from Revolutionary War era through modern practices. Units on mainstream pop, jazz and its ancestors, early town bands, musical theatre, country, the fragmentation of the market in the 1960's, and other topics are included. Students complete various presentations and readings on auxiliary topics affecting the development of mainstream pop music. Prerequisites: MS110.

MS-299   Special Topics (Variable; Variable; 1.00-4.00 Credits) Allows the departments to offer special topics not normally offered. Departments may offer more than one special topic. Prerequisites vary by title.

MS-399   Special Topics (Variable; Variable; 1.00-4.00 Credits) Provides supplements to the regular departmental program, exploring topics and areas not regularly scheduled. Note: abbreviated ST: (title). Students may take each ST course for credit.

Applied Music:

Three credit hours of any MU course/studio on the same instrument, voice or in the same ensemble fulfills a Distribution requirement.  An additional three hours on the same instrument, voice or in the same ensemble used in the initial Distribution requirement fulfill a complete Distribution requirement.  (See Academic Planning: Graduation Checklist)  Regular practice outside of class is required, and one public performance or jury is required each semester.

Private lessons and applied music classes are available to all students.  One-half hour lessons earn one credit and one-hour lessons earn two credits. All private lessons carry a fee.

Private Instruction in Music: Regularly enrolled students who wish to take private music lessons for academic credit will be charged $780 for a two-credit, one hour per week lesson, or $390 for a one-credit, thirty-minute per week lesson. Studio music fees are not refunded after drop/add.

MU-111A   Woodwind Studio (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00-2.00 Credits; F) Private studio lessons help improve musicians' sound quality, intellectual understanding, technique, expression and creativity. Enrollment for 1 credit provides a weekly 30 minute private lesson; two credits provide a weekly 60 minute private lesson. No previous experience necessary. Private lessons carry additional fees. Studio music fees are not refunded after drop/add. Instructor will contact you. If you haven't heard from them by the 4th day of classes, you may email them.

MU-111B   Violin/Viola Studio (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00-2.00 Credits; F) Private studio lessons help improve musicians' sound quality, intellectual understanding, technique, expression and creativity. Enrollment for one credit provides a weekly 30 minute private lesson; two credits provide a weekly 60 minute private lesson. Students typically supply their own instruments. Violins and violas may be available for rental. No previous experience necessary. Private lessons carry additional fees. Studio music fees are not refunded after drop/add. Instructor will contact you. If you haven't heard from them by the 4th day of classes, you may email them.

MU-111C   Brass Studio (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00-2.00 Credits; F) Private studio lessons help improve musicians' sound quality, intellectual understanding, technique, expression and creativity. Enrollment for one credit provides a weekly 30 minute private lesson; two credits provide a weekly 60 minute private lesson. Students usually provide their own instruments, although some instruments may be available for sign-out. No previous experience necessary. Private lessons carry additional fees. Studio music fees are not refunded after drop/add. Instructor will contact you. If you haven't heard from them by the 4th day of classes, you may email them.

MU-111D   Percussion Studio (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00-2.00 Credits; F) Private studio lessons help improve musicians' sound quality, intellectual understanding, technique, expression and creativity. Enrollment for one credit provides a weekly 30 minute private lesson; two credits provide a weekly 60 minute private lesson. No previous experience necessary. All instruments are supplied by the College, but purchase of music, sticks, or mallets may be required. Private lessons carry additional fees. Studio music fees are not refunded after drop/add. Instructor will contact you. If you haven't heard from them by the 4th day of classes, you may email them.

MU-111E   Piano Studio (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00-2.00 Credits; F) Private studio lessons help improve musicians' sound quality, intellectual understanding, technique, expression and creativity. Enrollment for one credit provides a weekly 30 minute private lesson; two credits provide a weekly 60 minute private lesson. Pianos are available for practice in the music building. No previous experience necessary. Private lessons carry additional fees. Studio music fees are not refunded after drop/add. Instructor will contact you. If you haven't heard from them by the 4th day of classes, you may email them. You must complete all semesters in order. (ex: MU111E, MU112E, MU211E, MU212E, etc.)

MU-111F   Voice Studio (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00-2.00 Credits; F) Private studio lessons help improve musicians' sound quality, intellectual understanding, technique, expression and creativity. Enrollment for one credit provides a weekly 30 minute private lesson; two credits provide a weekly 60 minute private lesson. No previous experience necessary. Private lessons carry additional fees. Studio music fees are not refunded after drop/add. Instructor will contact you. If you haven't heard from them by the 4th day of classes, you may email them.

MU-111G   Guitar Studio (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00-2.00 Credits; F) Private studio lessons help improve musicians' sound quality, intellectual understanding, technique, expression and creativity. Enrollment for one credit provides a weekly 30 minute private lesson; two credits provide a weekly 60 minute private lesson. Students supply their own instruments. No previous experience necessary. Private lessons carry additional fees. Studio music fees are not refunded after drop/add. Instructor will contact you. If you haven't heard from them by the 4th day of classes, you may email them.

MU-111H   Flute Studio (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00-2.00 Credits; F) Private studio lessons help improve musicians' sound quality, intellectual understanding, technique, expression and creativity. Enrollment for one credit provides a weekly 30 minute private lesson; two credits provide a weekly 60 minute private lesson. Students supply their own instruments. No previous experience necessary. Private lessons carry additional fees. Studio music fees are not refunded after drop/add. Instructor will contact you. If you haven't heard from them by the 4th day of classes, you may email them.

MU-111I   Cello Studio (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00-2.00 Credits; F) Private studio lessons help improve musicians' sound quality, intellectual understanding, technique , expression and creativity. Enrollment for one credit provides a weekly 30 minute private lesson; two credits provide a weekly 60 minute private lesson. Students typically supply their own instruments although instruments may be available for sign-out on a limited basis. No previous experience necessary. Private lessons carry additional fees. Studio music fees are not refunded after drop/add. Instructor will contact you. If you haven't heard from them by the 4th day of classes, you may email them.

MU-111K   Studio Jazz Improvisation Lessons (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00-2.00 Credits; F) Private improvisation instruction, primarily in jazz styles. Individualized curriculum, based on needs and abilities of each student, will include scales, chords, and real-time usage of those elements in improvising. Also, basic instruction in one or more of these areas may be added by instructor if deemed necessary and only as directly related to student's development as an improviser: biographies and styles of famed improvisers, ear training, transcribing, and jazz styles/history. Studio music fees are not refunded after drop/add. Enrollment for one credit provides a weekly 30 minute private lesson; two credits provide a weekly 60 minute private lesson. Students provide their own instruments. No previous experience necessary. Private lessons carry additional fees. Instructor will contact you. If you haven't heard from them by the 4th day of classes, you may email them.

MU-111L   Bass Studio (Fall & Spring; All Years; 1.00-2.00 Credits; F) Private studio lessons help improve musicians' sound quality, intellectual understanding, technique, expression and creativity. Enrollment for 1 credit provides a weekly 30 minute private lesson; two credits provide a weekly 60 minute private lesson. No previous experience necessary. Students must supply their own instrument. Private lessons carry additional fees. Studio music fees are not refunded after drop/add. Instructor will contact you. If you haven't heard from them by the 4th day of classes, you may email them.

MU-111M   Composition/Song Writing (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00-2.00 Credits; F,CTDH) This course is one-on-one studio instruction in the craft of composition and/or songwriting. Instruction focuses on traditional classical/concert music, but also includes other genres as needed including, pop, folk, rock, and jazz. Topics include notation, orchestration, idiomatic writing for instruments and voices, musical form, and score study. Short term assignments are given throughout the semester, culminating in a more substantial work.

MU-113   Guitar Class I (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00 Credit; F) The fundamentals of guitar playing are taught in small groups one hour per week. Beginning through intermediate classes emphasize songs, movable chords, blues and standardized forms in the plectrum and finger picking styles. Students must supply their own instruments.

MU-114   Guitar Class II (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00 Credit; F) (see MU113).

MU-115   Practicum: JC Percussion (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00 Credit; F) Students study and perform a wide variety of ensemble music on percussion instruments, in various percussion-only pieces as well as wind band, orchestral, and/or jazz ensemble settings. Music assignments are based on student interest and ability, and are individually assigned to further develop ensemble playing abilities and musicianship. Rehearsals and concert emphasize the communicative aspects of music, culturally correct practices and techniques in percussion, and the development of the tools that are necessary to produce a high quality ensemble experience. Individual practice outside of full rehearsals is expected. NOTE: Percussion ensemble students enroll in MU115 their first semester of membership, then MU116, then MU117, etc.

MU-127   Sight Singing (Either Semester; Yearly; 1.00 Credit) Builds skills necessary for successful sight singing and tonal memory/ear training.

MU-131   Voice Class I (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 2.00 Credits; F) For students with no previous formal training in voice. Two fifty minute class sessions per week plus individual work with instructor as needed.

MU-132   Voice Class II (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 2.00 Credits; F) (see MU131).

MU-133   JC Concert Band (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00 Credit; F) One of two wind bands at Juniata. This ensemble performs a variety of level III-IV concert band literature as well as occasional woodwinds-only and brasses-only pieces, to develop ensemble playing abilities, explore significant and newer quality wind literature, improve members' musicianship, and experience the communicative aspects of music.

MU-141   Orchestra (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00 Credit; F) Orchestra performs a wide variety of music for both string ensembles and full orchestra chosen to develop musicianship and ensemble. Rehearsals and concerts emphasize the development of musical skills necessary to create a high quality performance experience for both players and audience. Requirements include attendance at a weekly sectional rehearsal and the full ensemble rehearsal in addition to individual preparation. Field trips to hear excellent performances by professional string artists may be offered. Note: Students enroll in MU141 their first semester, MU142 their second, etc.

MU-153   Guitar Class III (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00 Credit; F) (see MU113).

MU-154   Guitar Class IV (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00 Credit; F) (see MU113).

MU-163   Jazz Ensemble (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00 Credit; F) Performs a wide variety of Jazz ensemble music chosen to develop ensemble playing abilities and musicianship. Rehearsal and concert emphasize the communicative aspects of music and the development of the tools that are necessary to produce a high quality ensemble experience. Practice outside of full rehearsals is required. NOTE: Jazz ensemble students enroll in MU163 their first semester of membership, then MU164, then MU165, etc. Winds must also be enrolled in MU 133-140 or MU 191-198.

MU-171   Choral Union (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00 Credit; F) Performs larger choral works to develop vocal ability, sight reading, diction skills, and musicianship. One major on-campus performance per semester.

MU-181   Juniata Concert Choir (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00 Credit; F) Performs a variety of choral music chosen to develop vocal ability, sight-reading, multi-lingual diction skills, and musicianship. Performances and projects include on-campus programs, spring tour(s), recording, and weekend tour. Members selected through audition.

MU-189   Instructional Lesson (Ensemble Members) (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00 Credit) MU-189 enables students in one of our three major instrumental ensembles to also enroll in lessons with the appropriate studio instructor. 30-minute private lesson every other week or two students per lesson weekly. Corequisite: Enrollment in Wind Symphony, Percussion Ensemble, or Orchestra. Lessons are not a requirement for membership in an ensemble, but you must be in an ensemble to register for MU-189. If the ensemble course is dropped, this course must be dropped, too.

MU-191   J.C. Wind Symphony (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 1.00 Credit; F) Our wind symphony is the premier instrumental ensemble for winds at Juniata. The ensemble performs a variety of wind band literature chosen to develop ensemble-playing abilities and musicianship, as well as occasional chamber pieces for sections or heterogeneous groups. Rehearsals and concerts emphasize the communicative aspects of music and the development of the tools that are necessary to produce a high-quality ensemble experience. NOTE: Wind symphony members enroll in MU191 their first semester of membership, then MU192, MU193 etc.

MU-199   MU Special Topics (Variable; Variable; 1.00 Credit) Allows departments to offer topics not normally taught. Prerequisites, corequisites, and fees vary by title.

MU-210   Musical Improvisation (Variable; Variable; 1.00 Credit; F) This course will present the basics of musical improvisation technique. Basic jazz music theory (scales, chords) and brief historical coverage of famed improvisers (Ella, Bird, Trane, Miles, et al.) will also be included. Extensive in-class student demonstrations of improvisation skills will be expected. Practice/goal oriented jam session time outside of class is expected, 5 hours per week is recommended.

MU-241   A Cappella Ensembles (Variable; Yearly; 2.00 Credits; F) Students hone their musicianship through a variety of a cappella ensemble works specifically designed to build one-on-a-part skills. Multiple ensemble combination opportunities are created within the class. Emphasis is placed on individual preparation. Prerequisites: MU171 or MU181 or MU281.

MU-299   MU Special Topics (Variable; Variable; 1.00 Credit) Allows departments to offer topics not normally taught. Prerequisites, corequisites, and fees vary by title.

MU-495   Senior Recital I (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 2.00-4.00 Credits; F) Individual instrumental or vocal lessons for students preparing a Senior Recital. Senior status and permission of instructor and Music Department Chairman required. The Senior Recital shall be presented at the end of the second semester of study and shall consist of 45-60 minutes of memorized literature, demonstrating the highest level of technical and musical accomplishment. Senior Recital carries normal studio per credit fees.

MU-496   Senior Recital II (Fall & Spring; Yearly; 2.00-4.00 Credits; F) The continuation of MU495, Senior Recital I. (see MU495). Prerequisite: MU495.