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MUS 000 PERFORMANCE CLASS (0.00 credits)
A requirement for music majors that consists of attendance at a designated number of performance classes each semester. Music majors must pass six semesters, minors three semesters. All students registered in the Theory/Aural Skills sequence Mus 141B through 244, and Mus 344/345 must register for Mus 000 each semester. Prerequisites: None.
MUS 101 B PIANO CLASS (2.00 credits)
This course is for students with no previous keyboard experience. Students will learn the basics of the keyboard, rhythms, sight-reading, technique, scales, patterns, intervals, piano repertoire from diverse styles and time periods, and the ways in which music comes together as a whole. Prerequisites: None.
MUS 102 B CLASS PIANO (2.00 credits)
This course is for students who can play simple piano pieces competently using both hands. Students will advance their ability to perform repertoire from diverse styles and time periods, to sight read simple pieces, and to understand the ways in which music comes together as a whole. Prerequisites: Consent of Instructor
MUS 103 KEYBOARD SKILLS FOR MAJORS (0.00 credits)
This course will address the skills needed to pass the piano proficiency as well as prepare the student to succeed at the next level of private piano instruction, MUS 201. Prerequisites: None.
MUS 104 PIANO PROFICIENCY (1.00 credits)
All music majors must pass a piano proficiency before graduation. MUS 104 will be the course under which a grade will be entered once the student has completed this piano proficiency requirement. Prerequisites: MUS 103.
MUS 106 B BEGINNING CLASS GUITAR (2.00 credits)
A class guitar approach that includes a variety of styles and techniques. Students will apply basic elements of music (rhythm, harmony, texture and melody) to the instrument. Also includes picking and strumming techniques as well as listening to diverse musical styles. Prerequisites: None.
MUS 107 B INTERMEDIATE CLASS GUITAR (2.00 credits)
For students with previous guitar experience who wish to expand their knowledge before beginning private guitar lessons. Students learn technique, scales, and rhythms to become more proficient on the guitar.
MUS 111A BG WEST AFRICAN DRUMMING ENSEMBLE (2.00 credits)
A performance-based drumming class with an emphasis on the role of drumming in a variety of West African cultures and the transformation of such styles in cultures throughout the world. Prerequisites: None.
MUS 111B BG MIDDLE EASTERN DRUMMING AND CULTURE (2.00 credits)
Students will learn and perform basic techniques on percussion instruments representing a variety of Middle Eastern cultures, and will use the musical experience as a lens through which to view sociocultural issues. In addition to playing drums, students will study recordings, artwork, and literary works, exploring the greater cultural traditions beyond the music. Islam, Judaism, Christianity, and Sufism will be addressed. Prerequisites: None.
MUS 122 B THE BASICS OF SINGING (2.00 credits)
This course offers basic instruction in the art and craft of singing and speaking. Designed for students with no previous vocal training, MUS 122 seeks to increase understanding of vocal function, vocal health and various styles of vocal music. Through the preparation and performance of simple song repertoire, students will develop efficient and healthy singing habits, improve their musical skills, and increase their musical understanding. And it will be fun. Prerequisites: None.
MUS 130 WOMEN'S CHOIR (1.00 credits)
Women's Choir is a performing ensemble open to any female singer, without audition. Through the preparation and performance of a broad range of choral repertoire, students will develop healthy and efficient singing habits, improve musical skills and increase their musical understanding. NOTE: No B tag is awarded for this course because students must complete two consecutive semesters (Fall/Spring only) of the course to receive the tag. Prerequisites: None.
MUS 130 B WOMEN'S CHOIR (1.00 credits)
Women's Choir is a performing ensemble open to any female singer, without audition. Through the preparation and performance of a broad range of choral repertoire, students will develop healthy and efficient singing habits, improve musical skills and increase their musical understanding. It is required to take this course for two consecutive semesters (Fall/Spring only) to be awarded the B tag. Prerequisites: None.
MUS 132 MEN'S CHOIR (1.00 credits)
Men's Choir is a performing ensemble open to all men on campus, without audition. The group performs music from all styles and periods, including music from Africa, Asia, South and Central America, Native Traditions, Spirituals, Gospel, Jazz, and Popular music. Students will develop healthy and efficient singing habits, improve musical skills, and increase their musical understanding. NOTE: No B tag is awarded for this course because students must complete two consecutive semesters (Fall/Spring only) of the course to receive the tag.
MUS 132 B MEN'S CHOIR (1.00 credits)
Men's Choir is a performing ensemble open to all men on campus, without audition. The group performs music from all styles and periods, including music from Africa, Asia, South and Central America, Native Traditions, Spirituals, Gospel, Jazz, and Popular music. students will develop healthy and efficient singing habits, improve musical skills, and increase their musical understanding. It is required to take this course for two consecutive semesters (Fall/Spring only) to be awarded the B tag.
MUS 140 B INTRO TO THE LANGUAGE OF MUSIC (3.00 credits)
Introduction to basics of written notation and composition, including introductory music reading, ear training, and keyboarding skills. Prerequisites: None.
MUS 141 MUSIC THEORY I (3.00 credits)
Beginning music theory with focus on harmonic progression, rhythmic reading and analysis, melodic construction, formal design. Must also register for MUS 142 and MUS 000. Prerequisites: MUS 140 B or proficiency exam.
MUS 141A B MUSIC STRUCTURE - THEORY & PRACTICE (3.00 credits)
This course provides an introduction to basic music theory, methods and materials with practical applications to performing, active listening, and teaching at the elementary school level, with emphasis on the ways in which music is related to the historical, social and cultural contexts in which it is created, performed and taught. Prerequisites: None.
MUS 142 EAR TRAINING & SOLFEGE I (1.00 credits)
Focuses on skill development in rhythmic reading, ear training and sightsinging. Prerequisites: None.
MUS 143 MUSIC THEORY II (3.00 credits)
Study of functional harmony and the treatment of modulation, chromaticism, and secondary dominants, as well as form as an organizing scheme during the Common Practice Period. Student must be registered concurrently for MUS 000 and MUS 144. Prerequisites: None.
MUS 144 EAR TRAINING & SOLFEGE II (1.00 credits)
Expands the development of music skills in rhythmic reading, ear training, sightsinging, melodic/harmonic dictation, and error detection. Prerequisites: MUS 142.
MUS 150 ORCHESTRA (1.00 credits)
Edgewood students who successfully audition may participate in the Madison Community Orchestra for credit. Contact the Music Department Chair for details. NOTE: No B tag is awarded for this course because students must complete two consecutive semesters (Fall/Spring only) of the course to receive the tag. Prerequisites: Audition required.
MUS 150 B ORCHESTRA (1.00 credits)
Edgewood students who successfully audition may participate in the Madison Community Orchestra for credit. Contact the Music Department Chair for details. It is required to take this course for two consecutive semesters (Fall/Spring only) to be awarded the B tag. Prerequisites: Audition required.
MUS 151 1AD ART OF LISTENING: MULTICULT WORLD (4.00 credits)
This course encourages students to embrace "deep listening," a practice in which one mindfully perceives, analyzes, interacts and connects with music. Far from the surface-level "hearing" than many of us routinely practice, deep listening allows individuals to explore the aesthetic side of music as well as how music creates change and reflects diverse sociocultural values. The course helps students explore who they are, who they can become, and how they are an important part of building a just and compassionate world. Along with classroom activities, we will attend a variety of musical performances, noting the intersection of music, setting, and self. Prerequisites: This course is for first semester freshmen or freshmen transfer students.
MUS 152 AD JAZZ HISTORY (3.00 credits)
This course will explore the history of Jazz music in America. Students will investigate various styles and periods in the development of jazz. They will learn to identify key innovators and their contributions to this art form. The course will also address the impact of race, class and ethnicity on the development of Jazz. Prerequisites: None.
MUS 153 A MUSIC IN WESTERN CIVILIZATION (3.00 credits)
This course is intended to enhance students' knowledge, understanding, and ability to express aesthetic awareness and critical judgments of creative musical works and the socio-historical contexts in which they take place. In this course, we will survey music in the Western world from the medieval through the 21st century with lectures, guided listening, readings, attendance to live concerts, and active participation. Prerequisites: None.
MUS 154 AD MUSICS OF MULTICULTURAL AMERICA (3.00 credits)
This course explores music derived from multicultural influences that have come to be known as American Music. Students will learn the basic elements of music: rhythm, harmony, melody, texture and form and use that knowledge to critically listen to and analyze music of their own national heritage and that of other diverse cultural populations. Prerequisites: None.
MUS 155 AGX WORLD MUSIC (4.00 credits)
This course explores global music in cultural context, and includes examination of traditional ritualistic music as well as modern transformations. Lectures, guest speakers, performance-based activities, and guided listening are all a part of the learning experience. In addition, students complete an ethnographic research project on a topic of interest to them. Prerequisites: ENG 110 or W cornerstone.
MUS 158 AQX WOMEN AND MUSIC (4.00 credits)
An examination of the role of women in music in a wide array of genres, ranging from art music to rock and blues, with focus on social construction of gendered roles in music. Students will write a research paper on a topic of interest to them. Prerequisites: ENG 110 or W cornerstone.
MUS 159 AD POPULAR MUSIC: A MULTI-CULTURAL APP (3.00 credits)
This course will explore the impact of geographical location, race, class and ethnicity on the development of American popular music. Students will investigate a variety of genres and styles as well as key contributors to this music. Prerequisites: None.
MUS 160 AU OPERA - A SONG OF LOVE AND DEATH (3.00 credits)
A discussion of 5 opera “masterpieces;” their composers and the links to art, architecture and literature of contemporary artists. Several live opera performances will be attended and students will be asked to access opera as entertainment and political movement. As an introduction, a unit will be devoted to the “basics of music,” i.e., pitch, harmony, melody, rhythm, texture, form, meter, timbre, etc.
MUS 172 INTRODUCTORY PRIVATE PIANO STUDY (1.00 credits)
This course is an introduction to college level private piano study. Students meet weekly with a piano instructor of the music department's choice. Each semester, several performances for peer groups are required, as well as a final juried performance. Prerequisites: None.
MUS 173 INTRODUCTORY PRIVATE INSTRUMENT (1.00 credits)
This course is an introduction to college level private instrumental study. Students meet weekly with an instrumental instructor of the music department's choice. Each semester, several performances for peer groups will be required as well as a final juried performance. Prerequisites: None.
MUS 174 INTRODUCTORY PRIVATE VOICE STUDY (1.00 credits)
This course is an introduction to college level private voice study. Students meet weekly with a voice instructor of the Music Department's choice. Each semester, several performances for peer groups are required, as well as a final juried performance. Prerequisites: None.
MUS 191 I COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN MUSIC (3.00 credits)
This class is designed to enhance your knowledge about computer hardware and software as they relate to music research, listening, composing, performing, teaching, publishing, and managing. Prerequisites: None.
MUS 201 PRIVATE PIANO (1.00 credits)
The first level of college (advanced level) piano studies. Prerequisites: piano experience, audition, and consent of the instructor.
MUS 209 CONCERT BAND (1.00 credits)
Students will perform a wide variety of works for the wind band, ranging from orchestral transcriptions to modern wind ensemble works. Analysis of performances is also included. NOTE: No B tag is awarded for this course because students must complete two consecutive semesters (Fall/Spring only) of the course to receive the tag. Prerequisites: Audition required.
MUS 209 B CONCERT BAND (1.00 credits)
Students will perform a wide variety of works for the wind band, ranging from orchestral transcriptions to modern wind ensemble works. Analysis of performances is also included. It is required to take this course for two consecutive semesters (Fall/Spring only) to be awarded the B tag. Prerequisites: Audition required.
MUS 210 INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLE (1.00 credits)
Study and performance of chamber works for strings, woodwinds, brass or percussion. Available upon student interest. Contact the Chair for details. Prerequisites: None.
MUS 211 PRIVATE INSTRUMENTAL LESSONS (1.00 credits)
First level of college-level instrumental instruction. Prerequisites: prior experience, audition, and consent of the instructor.
MUS 215 GUITAR ENSEMBLE (1.00 credits)
Guitar Ensemble is for both music majors and minors. It rehearses and performs literature from throughout the guitar's long history; from medieval through modern. The ensemble participates in several concerts each semester, both on and off the Edgewood campus. Prerequisites: None.
MUS 221 PRIVATE VOICE (1.00 credits)
First level of private vocal instruction. Prerequisites: prior experience, audition, and consent of the instructor.
MUS 225 B JAZZ IMPROVISATION (2.00 credits)
This is a performance-based class with the emphasis being spontaneous musical creation through specified musical parameters. Prerequisites: An audition is required.
MUS 230 CHAMBER SINGERS (1.00 credits)
The Chamber Singers is Edgewood's premiere a cappella choral ensemble, open to students of all majors. This ensemble focuses on the exciting process of generating musical expression from a cohesive community of student-musicians. The choir performs literature from the Medieval period to the 21st century, participating in multiple concerts throughout the school year. NOTE: No B tag is awarded for this course because students must complete two consecutive semesters (Fall/Spring only) of the course to receive the tag. Prerequisites: A vocal audition and consent of the instructor.
MUS 230 B CHAMBER SINGERS (1.00 credits)
The Chamber Singers is Edgewood's premiere a cappella choral ensemble, open to students of all majors. This ensemble focuses on the exciting process of generating musical expression from a cohesive community of student-musicians. The choir performs literature from the Medieval period to the 21st century, participating in multiple concerts throughout the school year. It is required to take this course for two consecutive semesters (Fall/Spring only) to be awarded the B tag. Prerequisites: A vocal audition and consent of the instructor.
MUS 240 MADRIGAL SINGERS (1.00 credits)
Audition required. The study of literature appropriate to the smaller choral ensemble. Members must be concurrently registered for MUS 230 Chamber Singers. Prerequisites: None.
MUS 241 MUSIC THEORY III (3.00 credits)
Intensive score study and analysis of harmonic concepts from the Common Practice Period relating to modulations, borrowed chords and expanded tertian harmonies, as well as form as an organizing element. Student must be registered concurrently for MUS 000 and MUS 242. Prerequisites: MUS 142 and 144.
MUS 242 EAR TRAINING & SOLFEGE III (1.00 credits)
Intermediate skill development in rhythmic reading, ear training, sight-singing, melodic/harmonic dictation, and error detection. Prerequisites: MUS 142 and 144.
MUS 250 B MUSIC EXPERIENCES 4 EARLY CHILDHOOD (3.00 credits)
This course will develop an understanding of the musical development of young children, ages 0-6 years old, and will develop basic skills with which to plan, teach, and select methods and materials that are developmentally, musically, and culturally appropriate for young children. The course will have two sections. Both sections will meet together twice a week for two one-hour sessions,and then each section will meet for a third hour during the week, with one section working on repertoire in English, and one section working on repertoire in Spanish. Prerequisite: basic music knowledge/consent of the instructor. (S)
MUS 258 QX WOMEN IN MUS: WRITING NEXT CHP: HNR (4.00 credits)
This course is for serious writers who wish to gain insight on the inner workings of writing and publishing while simultaneously exploring historical documentation of women in music and culture. Using Women, Music, Culture: An Introduction as a basis through which to view the writing, editing, and publication process, class members will research and create new material for the course website and for a potential second edition of the book. This will include written material, graphics, and photographs. Prerequisite: ENG 110 and consent of instructor, granted via an acceptable research-based writing sample.
MUS 275A TOPICS: PEDAGOGY FOR MUS: FOLK INST (1.00 - 2.00 credits)
A study of methods, materials, and the development of competencies and skills used in the music classroom. Crosslisted with ED 275. Prerequisites: None.
MUS 275B TOPICS: PEDAGOGY FOR MUS: BRASS PED (1.00 - 2.00 credits)
A study of methods, materials, and the development of competencies and skills used in the music classroom. Crosslisted with ED 275. Prerequisites: None.
MUS 275C TOPICS: PEDAGOGY FOR MUS: WOODW PED (1.00 credits)
A study of methods, materials, and the development of competencies and skills used in the music classroom. Crosslisted with ED 275. Prerequisites: None.
MUS 275D TOPICS IN PEDAGOGY STRING (1.00 credits)
A study of methods, materials, and the development of competencies and skills used in the music classroom. Crosslisted with ED 275. Prerequisites: None.
MUS 275E TOPICS IN PEDAGOGY PERCUSSION (1.00 - 2.00 credits)
A study of methods, materials, and the development of competencies and skills used in the music classroom. Crosslisted with ED 275. Prerequisites: None.
MUS 275F TOPICS: PEDAGOGY FOR MUS: VOCAL (2.00 credits)
A study of methods, materials, and the development of competencies and skills used in the music classroom. Crosslisted with ED 275. Prerequisites: None.
MUS 279 INDEPENDENT STUDY - MUSIC (1.00 - 4.00 credits)
Prerequisites: consent of instructor.
MUS 291 INTRO TO AUDIO/RECORDING TECHNOLOGY (3.00 credits)
Introduces students to the theory of and practices in digital audio recording. Describes basic background of the history of audio recording, culminating in hands-on operation of a digital audio workstation. Introduces the student to industry standard and most current software and hardware. Related equipoment, including microphones, outboard processers and basic concepts of Music Theory and terms are covered. Studio definitions and nomenclature for equipment and terms used in the current professional environment will be covered.
MUS 301 PRIVATE PIANO (1.00 credits)
Second level of college-level piano study. Prerequisites: MUS 201 and faculty approval.
MUS 310 JAZZ ENSEMBLE (1.00 credits)
Study and performance of jazz ensemble literature, with campus and community performances. Prerequisites: Audition required.
MUS 311 PRIVATE INSTRUMENTAL LESSONS (1.00 credits)
Second level of college-level instrumental instruction. Prerequisites: MUS 211 and faculty approval.
MUS 321 PRIVATE VOICE (1.00 credits)
Second level of private vocal instruction. Prerequisites: MUS 221 and faculty approval.
MUS 330 CAMPUS-COMMUNITY CHOIR (1.00 credits)
Study and performance of major works, as well as smaller choral gems. One or more performances each semester. Prerequisites: consent of instructor.
MUS 343 ARRANGING (2.00 credits)
An in-depth study of arranging literature for a variety of ensembles and voicings. Students will focus on arranging that is pertinent to their area of expertise. Prerequisites: None.
MUS 344 CONDUCTING (2.00 credits)
The study of the basic conducting gestures necessary for ensemble rehearsal and performance. Student must be registered concurrently for MUS 000. Prerequisites: None.
MUS 345 ADVANCED CONDUCTING (2.00 credits)
Application of score study and analysis in conjunction with the conducting demands of instrumental and choral scores. Student must be registered concurrently for MUS 000. Prerequisites: MUS 344 or audition.
MUS 350 CHAMBER ORCHESTRA (1.00 credits)
Study and performance of standard works for chamber orchestra. See the Department Chair for details. Prerequisites: Audition required.
MUS 355 MUSIC HISTORY: MEDIEVAL - BAROQUE (3.00 credits)
Events, movements, composers, and compositions from early music through the Baroque Period with lectures, guided listening, assigned readings, live concerts and critiques. Individual research project. Student must be registered concurrently for MUS 000. Offered in alternate years. Prerequisites: MUS 143/144.
MUS 356 U MUSIC HISTORY:CLASSICAL-21ST CENTUR (3.00 credits)
Events, movements, composers, and compositions from the Classical Period through the 20th century with lectures, guided listening, assigned readings, live concerts and critiques. Individual research project. Prerequisites: MUS 155, 158, and acceptance to the Music Major.
MUS 379 INDEPENDENT STUDY - MUSIC (1.00 - 4.00 credits)
Prerequisites: consent of instructor.
MUS 381 K JUNIOR RECITAL (2.00 credits)
A culminating recital for juniors or seniors at the 300 level of vocal or instrumental study. Prerequisites: MUS 000 and the completion or concurrent registration in/of an O-tag course.
MUS 401 PRIVATE PIANO-ADVANCED (1.00 credits)
Third level of college-level piano study. Prerequisites: MUS 301 and consent of faculty.
MUS 411 PRIVATE INSTRUMENTAL LESSONS-ADVANC (1.00 credits)
Third level of college-level study. Prerequisites: MUS 311 and faculty approval.
MUS 421 PRIVATE VOICE-ADVANCED (1.00 credits)
Third level of private vocal instruction. Prerequisites: MUS 321 and faculty approval.
MUS 440 3 SENIOR MUSIC SEMINAR (2.00 - 4.00 credits)
This seminar offers music majors the opportunity to examine interrelations and implications of their studies, to gain skills to enable them to be successful professionals, and will provide a hands-on example of how they might give back to the community. An action research project on a topic of interest within students' musical sub-disciplines will be the focus of the course. Students are encouraged to coordinate their internship/current work experiences with this course to enable direct application to the communities they serve. but community-based student-designed group projects are also possible. Topics include, but are not limited to the following: understanding for-profit and not-for-profit arts organizations, ethics, unions, copyright law, contracts, grant writing, and connections between arts organizations and frequently underserved populations. Prerequisites: COR 2, music portfolio and review, junior standing.
MUS 456 METHODS OF TEACHING MUSIC K-8 (2.00 credits)
Methods and materials for effective work in K-8 settings, including conceptual and philosophical grounding in general music and performance curricula. Practicum included. Crosslisted with ED 456. Prerequisites: Full admission to teacher education.
MUS 457 METHODS OF TEACHING MUSIC 6-12 (2.00 credits)
The study of methods and materials for effective work in 6-12 settings, including conceptual and philosophical grounding in general and performance curricula. Practicum included. Crosslisted with ED 457. Prerequisites: Full admission to teacher education.
MUS 479 INDEPENDENT STUDY - MUSIC (1.00 - 4.00 credits)
Prerequisites: consent of instructor.
MUS 481 K SENIOR RECITAL (1.00 - 2.00 credits)
A culminating recital for seniors at the 400 level of vocal or instrumental study. Prerequisites: MUS 000 and the completion or concurrent registration in/of an O-tag course.
MUS 489 STUDENT TEACHING: MUSIC (8.00 - 12.00 credits)
a) General Music (4-12 credits) b) Choral Music (4-12 credits) c) Instrumental Music (4-12 credits) Crosslisted with ED 489A, B, C. Prerequisites: None.
MUS 489A STUDENT TEACHING: GENERAL MUSIC (4.00 - 12.00 credits)
Prerequisites: None.
MUS 489B STUDENT TEACHING: CHORAL MUSIC (4.00 - 12.00 credits)
Prerequisites: None.
MUS 489C STUDENT TEACHING: INSTRUMENTL MUSIC (4.00 - 12.00 credits)
Prerequisites: None.
MUS 491 INTERNSHIP (1.00 - 3.00 credits)
Offers the student the opportunity to gain experience in a professional setting according to the student's major area of emphasis. current offerings. Prerequisites: None.
MUS 600A DALCROZE EURHYTHMICS (1.00 - 3.00 credits)
Prerequisites: None.
MUS 600B COMPUTERS IN MUSIC I (1.00 credits)
Prerequisites: None.
MUS 600C COMPUTER APPLICATIONS II (2.00 credits)
Prerequisites: None.
MUS 600D CHORAL MUSIC WORKSHOP (1.00 - 3.00 credits)
Prerequisites: None.
MUS 600E SACRED MUSIC WORKSHOP (1.00 credits)
Prerequisites: None.
MUS 600F GOSPEL MUSIC WORKSHOP (2.00 credits)
Prerequisites: None.
MUS 600G INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC WORKSHOP (1.00 credits)
Prerequisites: None.
MUS 600H GENERAL MUSIC WORKSHOP (1.00 credits)
Prerequisites: None.
MUS 600I WORLD MUSIC WORKSHOP (1.00 - 3.00 credits)
Prerequisites: None.
MUS 600J KEYBOARD WORKSHOP (1.00 - 3.00 credits)
Prerequisites: None.
MUS 600K SOLO VOICE WORKSHOP (1.00 - 3.00 credits)
Prerequisites: None.
MUS 600L CULTURAL/CONCERT TOUR (1.00 - 3.00 credits)
Prerequisites: None.
MUS 600M MUSIC-CULTURAL TOUR (1.00 - 3.00 credits)
Prerequisites: None.
MUS 600N HISPANIC SONGS/KODALY PERSPECTIVE (3.00 credits)
This course is designed to challenge music educators to develop their understanding of basic principles and applications of strategies based on Kodaly's music education philosophy and methodology. Music educators will also acquire a repertoire of traditional Hispanic children's songs and games. Prerequisites: None.
MUS 600R CHORAL MUSIC READING SESSION (1.00 - 3.00 credits)
Prerequisites: None.
MUS 600U HISPANIC MUSIC ALA KODALY (1.00 - 3.00 credits)
In this hands-on course, participants will learn repertoire, activities and ideas for lesson planning that incorporate Hispanic children’s' songs and rhymes. The songs and rhymes learned during the course will be explored from the Kodaly methodology, and appropriate for children in K-6th grade. Prerequisites: None.
MUS 601 TOPICS IN MUSIC AND CULTURE (1.00 - 3.00 credits)
Course offers exploration of various topics of the relationship between music and culture. Prerequisites: None.