Jul 19, 2024  
The University of North Carolina at Pembroke 2019-2020 Catalog 
    
The University of North Carolina at Pembroke 2019-2020 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Music

  
  • MUS 1741. Jazz Combo (1 credit)


    The student will become familiar with representative literature for Jazz Combo through rehearsal and performances. (repeatable up to 8 credits)

  
  • MUS 1751. Low Brass Ensemble (1 credit)


    The UNCP Low Brass Ensemble rehearses one hour weekly and presents multiple performances per semester. Performing as a member of the UNCP Low Brass Ensemble increases the student’s performance abilities by addressing technical facility, range, rhythm, intonation, and musicianship. Placement is by audition each semester. (repeatable up to 8 credits)

  
  • MUS 1761. Guitar Ensemble (1 credit)


    Students will become familiar with representative literature for various guitar duos, trios, and quartets through rehearsals and performances. (repeatable up to 8 credits)

  
  • MUS 1771. Early Music Ensemble (1 credit)


    The student will become familiar with historical instruments and representative literature of Medieval and Renaissance ensemble music through rehearsal and performances. (repeatable up to 8 credits)

  
  • MUS 1810. Class Piano I for Music Majors (1 credit)


    A concentrated group study of keyboard harmony and playing techniques, designed for the music major. Graded on a Satisfactory (Pass [P]), Unsatisfactory (Fail [F]) basis.

  
  • MUS 1820. Class Piano II for Music Majors (1 credit)


    A continuation of MUS 1810 . Graded on a Satisfactory (Pass [P]), Unsatisfactory (Fail [F]) basis. PREREQ: MUS 1810.

  
  • MUS 1910. Class Voice (1 credit)


    A concentrated group study of singing techniques and vocal development including sight singing.

  
  • MUS 2020. Vocal Diction (1 credit)


    A study of pronunciation and enunciation of foreign languages commonly used in singing.

  
  • MUS 2140. Theory III (3 credits)


    A continued study of the musical materials of Western art music. Chromatic harmony and larger forms will be studied with an emphasis on advanced analytic concepts and terms. PREREQ: C- or better in MUS 1150 . COREQ: MUSL 2140 .

  
  • MUS 2150. Theory IV (3 credits)


    Materials and techniques of Twentieth Century music. PREREQ: C- or better in MUS 2140 . COREQ: MUSL 2150 .

  
  • MUS 2250. Class Woodwinds (1 credit)


    A concentrated study in fundamentals and playing techniques for Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Saxophone, and Bassoon.

  
  • MUS 2260. Class Brass (1 credit)


    A concentrated study in fundamentals and playing techniques for Trumpet, Cornet, French Horn, Trombone, Baritone Horn, and Tuba.

  
  • MUS 2270. Class Percussion (1 credit)


    A concentrated study in fundamentals and playing techniques of percussion instruments.

  
  • MUS 2280. Class Strings (1 credit)


    A concentrated study of fundamentals and playing techniques of the orchestral stringed instruments.

  
  • MUS 2290. Vocal Methods (1 credit)


    A concentrated study of fundamentals and basic techniques of the voice. Students will also study the basic choral repertoire for students in all grades, elementary through high school.

  
  • MUS 2430. Musical Theatre Styles I (2 credits)


    An introduction to elementary acting technique for musical theatre. Focus is on acting technique incorporated within an introduction to suitable repertoire. PREREQ: One semester of Private Voice, either MUSP 1501 or MUSP 1001.

  
  • MUS 2440. Musical Theatre Styles II (2 credits)


    Focus is on characterization for the singing actor. Organic literature from the repertoire is explored.

  
  • MUS 2540. Introduction to Music Education (1 credit)


    Survey of American education, with an emphasis on music learning, teaching and philosophy, school structure and governance, diversity and multi-cultural education, and professional ethics. Supervised field experiences required. PREREQ: MUS majors only.

  
  • MUS 2810. Class Piano III for Music Majors (1 credit)


    A continuation of the non-keyboard major’s pianistic development with emphasis on the practical aspects of reading, harmonization, and transposition. PREREQ: MUS 1820 .

  
  • MUS 2940. The World of Music: Antiquity to the Baroque Era (3 credits)


    A study of the development of music from Antiquity through the Baroque era. Such development will be viewed in light of its political, social, and general cultural setting.

  
  • MUS 2980. History of Musical Theatre (3 credits)


    A survey of the American musical from 1860 to the present, with particular emphasis on the musicals written after 1927. The development of the musical will be viewed in light of its political, social, and general cultural setting.

  
  • MUS 3290. Conducting (2 credits)


    A laboratory course which includes the study of choral and instrumental conducting techniques, choral and instrumental scores; with supervised conducting experience.

  
  • MUS 3301. Rehearsal Strategies (2 credits)


    This course is designed to complement MUS 3290  by offering real-life practice and application of conducting skills. PREREQ: MUS 3290 .

  
  • MUS 3320. Form and Analysis (2 credits)


    A study of various forms including large and small choral and instrumental works. PREREQ: MUS 2150 .

  
  • MUS 3330. Rehearsal Lab (0 credit)


    Rehearsal lab is a course designed to provide students opportunities to develop rehearsal skills. Students will also conduct an ensemble. PREREQ: MUS 3290

  
  • MUS 3340. Orchestration and Arranging (2 credits)


    A practical study of the fundamentals of scoring for individual instruments and ensembles. PREREQ: MUS 2150 .

  
  • MUS 3351. Accompanying (1 credit)


    A course designed to acquaint the keyboard major with the art and techniques of accompanying vocal and instrumental solo and ensemble literature. (repeatable up to 3 credits) PREREQ: 2 semesters of MUSP 1021  or MUSP 1521  or MUSP 1041  or MUSP 1541  (Private Piano/Organ) and Instructor’s approval.

  
  • MUS 3430. Musical Theatre Styles III (2 credits)


    Focus is on advanced level characterization and scene work. Duets, solos, and ensemble numbers are presented.

  
  • MUS 3440. Musical Theatre Styles IV (2 credits)


    Course addresses contemporary style of musical theatre performance and audition techniques.

  
  • MUS 3460. Jazz Composition (2 credits)


    A study of basic compositional techniques as applied to the jazz idiom. Original compositions will be written and orchestrated for various‑sized jazz ensembles. Spring, odd years. PREREQ: MUS 1150  or equivalent as determined by instructor.

  
  • MUS 3500. The Music Industry (3 credits)


    Explores the many facets of the music industry and relevant career possibilities.

  
  • MUS 3530. The Recording Industry (3 credits)


    This course examines current trends and the role of the recording industry in the music business. It explores the history of major and independent record labels, current record companies, the distribution of recorded music and the role of retail in music distribution. The student will examine artist/ label agreements and will study contractual language and content.

  
  • MUS 3580. Audio Production (3 credits)


    An introduction to the equipment, procedures, and techniques of audio production. Course work will trace the production chain from microphone characteristics to finished audio file types and will include experience with recording, MIDI sequencing, editing, signal processing, and mixing. PREREQ: Permission of instructor required.

  
  • MUS 3610. Jazz Theory and Composition (3 credits)


    A study of theory and compositional techniques as applied to the jazz idiom. Original compositions will be written and orchestrated for various-sized jazz ensembles. PREREQ: MUS 1150 or equivalent as determined by instructor. COREQ: MUSL 3610

  
  • MUS 3670. Studio Techniques (3 credits)


    An opportunity for creative work in an audio studio environment. Multi-track recording and mixing, sampling and synthesis, advanced microphone techniques, and scoring to picture will provide the technical foundation for original and expressive work. Course work will include the analysis of classic studio techniques used in prominent examples from the history of recording. Each student is expected to produce a portfolio of creative audio works. PREREQ: MUS 3580 .

  
  • MUS 3800. Introduction to Media Integration (3 credits)


    Crosslisted: (ART 3800)
    Media Integration is a cooperative, cross-listed course taught by the faculty from Art, Music and Mass Communication departments. The purpose of this course is to offer an interdisciplinary, team-taught curriculum that integrates digital video, audio, animation, and graphics in a student centered studio environment. PREREQ: Portfolio review.

  
  • MUS 3900. Church Music (3 credits)


    A study of liturgy, music, materials, and methods appropriate for a church music director. Spring, even years.

  
  • MUS 3930. The World of Music: Classical to the Contemporary Era (3 credits)


    A study of the development of music from the Classical period through the twenty-first century. Such development will be viewed in light of its political, social, and general cultural setting.

  
  • MUS 3970. World Music: A Global Study (3 credits)


    A survey of World Music, primarily in its current musical settings. Such development will be viewed in light of its political, social, and general cultural setting. Coursework includes a major music history project and exhibition. PREREQ: MUS 2930 , MUS 2940 .

  
  • MUS 4000. Elementary Music Methods and Materials (3 credits)


    Principles and practices required in teaching music to children, to include an overview of current approaches (Dalcroze, Kodaly, Orff) and their impact on current methodology and materials. Emphasis on planning, teaching and evaluating music lessons at preschool, primary, intermediate, and upper elementary levels in consideration of learning abilities at the varying levels of children’s growth and development.

  
  • MUS 4040. Senior Recital (0-2 credits)


    Offered to senior music majors participating in a half or full public recital. Credit is given by permission of the instructor and Department Chair.

  
  • MUS 4050. Secondary General and Choral Music Education Methods (3 credits)


    An examination of the music program in secondary school involving curricula for fine arts requirement, instructional procedures for the teaching of advanced general music, music appreciation and choral ensembles. Choral rehearsal techniques, singing skills, repertoire skills, choral literature for major eras will be covered. Emphasis is placed on the philosophies and pragmatic approaches to managing and teaching music at the secondary level.

  
  • MUS 4130. Jazz Pedagogy (1 credit)


    A study of the style, methods, rehearsal techniques, literature, and administration as pertains to the teaching of Jazz.

  
  • MUS 4200. Secondary Instrumental Music Methods (3 credits)


    A study of current materials and methods used in building instrumental programs from elementary through high school to include a basic history and philosophy of music education, sequential organizational approaches, evaluative techniques, theoretical research, performance literature, field based knowledge, instrument repair, and marching band techniques.

  
  • MUS 4220. Jazz Pedagogy: Winds (1 credit)


    A study of the style, methods, and rehearsal techniques pertinent to the teaching of jazz and commercial music with special focus on the brass and reeds.

  
  • MUS 4230. Jazz Pedagogy: Rhythm Section (1 credit)


    A study of the style, methods, and rehearsal techniques pertinent to the teaching of jazz and commercial music with special focus on the rhythm section.

  
  • MUS 4240. Jazz Pedagogy: Literature and Administration (1 credit)


    A study of the style, methodsrehearsal techniques, and administrative skills pertinent to the teaching of jazz and commercial music with special focus on literature for the big band and combo.

  
  • MUS 4250. Piano Pedagogy (2 credits)


    A course designed primarily for the keyboard specialist who is planning to teach piano. The course includes methods of teaching, appropriate materials, and techniques for all grade levels.

  
  • MUS 4450. Music Composition (2 credits)


    A course designed to implement the student’s study of theory. Original compositions will be written for instrumental and choral ensembles in the important music forms utilizing homophonic and polyphonic techniques. PREREQ: MUS 2150  or permission of instructor.

  
  • MUS 4490. Internship (Full Semester) (9 credits)


    Provides continuous full-time, full-semester teaching experience in off-campus public school setting in the subject area in which the candidate seeks licensure. Includes placement at two levels (elementary, middle, secondary) for K-12 licensure areas. Pass/Fail grading. PREREQ: Admission to the Professional Semester.

  
  • MUS 4580. Intermediate Media Integration (3 credits)


    Crosslisted: (ART 4580)
    This course is an opportunity for further interdisciplinary study in new media. Projects and assignments emphasize the production of digital content for multimedia projects. Products will be from the areas of still digital image-making, digital photography, computer-based printing, digital audio recording and editing, MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface), digital animation, and digital videography and editing. Students will have intensive hands-on experience in each area, resulting in an understanding of the techniques and concepts involved in the design and implementation of multimedia projects. Both individual and group assignments can be expected. PREREQ: ART 3800 /MUS 3800 .

  
  • MUS 4750. Professional Seminar for Pre-Service Music Teachers (2 credits)


    A seminar designed to parallel the full semester internship experience. Emphasis is placed on helping on-site pre-service teachers understand the purpose, organization, and administration of schools and school systems as well as the role of the music teacher. Opportunities will be provided to review the challenges found in the internship experience.

  
  • MUS 4800. Advanced Media Integration (3 credits)


    Crosslisted: (ART 4800)
    This course is an opportunity for advanced interdisciplinary study in new media. Assignments emphasize the design and integration of digital content for multimedia projects. Students will propose and prototype a project and participate in the team development of a final project. Students will also be assigned roles in the creative decision-making and work involved in proposals under development and/or consideration in the UNCP Media Integration Project. Students’ products will be expected to relate to the three essential aspects of the University mission-teaching, research, and service-and have the potential to serve as professional examples for student portfolios. PREREQ: ART 4580 /MUS 4580 .

  
  • MUS 4990. Independent Study in Music (1-3 credits)


    Directed study and research in the student’s major field of interest. PREREQ: Music major, senior standing, and approval of Department Chair.


Music Laboratory

  
  • MUSL 1140. Lab I (1 credit)


    A laboratory to develop ear‑training, sight‑singing and keyboard skills to reinforce and apply the subject matter of Theory I. COREQ: MUS 1140 .

  
  • MUSL 1150. Lab II (1 credit)


    A laboratory to develop ear‑training, sight‑singing and keyboard skills to reinforce and apply the subject matter of Theory II. PREREQ: C- or better in MUS 1140 . COREQ: MUS 1150 .

  
  • MUSL 2140. Lab III (1 credit)


    A laboratory to develop ear‑training, sight‑singing and keyboard skills to reinforce and apply the subject matter of Theory III. PREREQ: C- or better in MUSL 1150 . COREQ: MUS 2140 .

  
  • MUSL 2150. Lab IV (1 credit)


    A laboratory to develop ear‑training, sight‑singing and keyboard skills to reinforce and apply the subject matter of Theory IV. PREREQ: C- or better in MUSL 2140 . COREQ: MUS 2150 .

  
  • MUSL 3610. Jazz Lab (1 credit)


    A laboratory to develop ear-training, keyboard, and notation software skills to reinforce and apply the subject matter of Jazz Theory and Composition. COREQ: MUS 3610 Jazz Theory and Composition


Applied Music

  
  • MUSP 1001. Private Voice. (1 credit)


    Private study is offered in voice. In each of these fields, the work is adapted to the needs of the individual student. Courses in applied music are required of all music majors and may be elected with permission of the instructor by students not majoring in music. Credit for non-majors is limited to one semester hour. It is the Department of Music policy that non-majors enrolled in private lessons are expected to enroll in an appropriate ensemble. For more information on these matters, please consult the UNCP Department of Music Handbook. Freshman, sophomore, and junior music majors are expected to perform in a minimum of one departmental recital per semester at the discretion of the instructor. Senior music majors must be in preparation for their senior recital.

  
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  • MUSP 1021. Private Piano. (1 credit)


    Private study is offered in piano. In each of these fields, the work is adapted to the needs of the individual student. Courses in applied music are required of all music majors and may be elected with permission of the instructor by students not majoring in music. Credit for non-majors is limited to one semester hour. It is the Department of Music policy that non-majors enrolled in private lessons are expected to enroll in an appropriate ensemble. For more information on these matters, please consult the UNCP Department of Music Handbook. Freshman, sophomore, and junior music majors are expected to perform in a minimum of one departmental recital per semester at the discretion of the instructor. Senior music majors must be in preparation for their senior recital.

  
  • MUSP 1041. Private Organ. (1 credit)


    Private study is offered in organ. In each of these fields, the work is adapted to the needs of the individual student. Courses in applied music are required of all music majors and may be elected with permission of the instructor by students not majoring in music. Credit for non-majors is limited to one semester hour. It is the Department of Music policy that non-majors enrolled in private lessons are expected to enroll in an appropriate ensemble. For more information on these matters, please consult the UNCP Department of Music Handbook. Freshman, sophomore, and junior music majors are expected to perform in a minimum of one departmental recital per semester at the discretion of the instructor. Senior music majors must be in preparation for their senior recital.

  
  • MUSP 1061. Private Flute. (1 credit)


    Private study is offered in instruments of the band and orchestra. In each of these fields, the work is adapted to the needs of the individual student. Courses in applied music are required of all music majors and may be elected with permission of the instructor by students not majoring in music. Credit for non-majors is limited to one semester hour. It is the Department of Music policy that non-majors enrolled in private lessons are expected to enroll in an appropriate ensemble. For more information on these matters, please consult the UNCP Department of Music Handbook. Freshman, sophomore, and junior music majors are expected to perform in a minimum of one departmental recital per semester at the discretion of the instructor. Senior music majors must be in preparation for their senior recital.

  
  • MUSP 1081. Private Oboe. (1 credit)


    Private study is offered in instruments of the band and orchestra. In each of these fields, the work is adapted to the needs of the individual student. Courses in applied music are required of all music majors and may be elected with permission of the instructor by students not majoring in music. Credit for non-majors is limited to one semester hour. It is the Department of Music policy that non-majors enrolled in private lessons are expected to enroll in an appropriate ensemble. For more information on these matters, please consult the UNCP Department of Music Handbook. Freshman, sophomore, and junior music majors are expected to perform in a minimum of one departmental recital per semester at the discretion of the instructor. Senior music majors must be in preparation for their senior recital.

  
  • MUSP 1101. Private Clarinet. (1 credit)


    Private study is offered in instruments of the band and orchestra. In each of these fields, the work is adapted to the needs of the individual student. Courses in applied music are required of all music majors and may be elected with permission of the instructor by students not majoring in music. Credit for non-majors is limited to one semester hour. It is the Department of Music policy that non-majors enrolled in private lessons are expected to enroll in an appropriate ensemble. For more information on these matters, please consult the UNCP Department of Music Handbook. Freshman, sophomore, and junior music majors are expected to perform in a minimum of one departmental recital per semester at the discretion of the instructor. Senior music majors must be in preparation for their senior recital.

  
  • MUSP 1121. Private Bassoon. (1 credit)


    Private study is offered in instruments of the band and orchestra. In each of these fields, the work is adapted to the needs of the individual student. Courses in applied music are required of all music majors and may be elected with permission of the instructor by students not majoring in music. Credit for non-majors is limited to one semester hour. It is the Department of Music policy that non-majors enrolled in private lessons are expected to enroll in an appropriate ensemble. For more information on these matters, please consult the UNCP Department of Music Handbook. Freshman, sophomore, and junior music majors are expected to perform in a minimum of one departmental recital per semester at the discretion of the instructor. Senior music majors must be in preparation for their senior recital.

  
  • MUSP 1141. Private Saxophone. (1 credit)


    Private study is offered in instruments of the band and orchestra. In each of these fields, the work is adapted to the needs of the individual student. Courses in applied music are required of all music majors and may be elected with permission of the instructor by students not majoring in music. Credit for non-majors is limited to one semester hour. It is the Department of Music policy that non-majors enrolled in private lessons are expected to enroll in an appropriate ensemble. For more information on these matters, please consult the UNCP Department of Music Handbook. Freshman, sophomore, and junior music majors are expected to perform in a minimum of one departmental recital per semester at the discretion of the instructor. Senior music majors must be in preparation for their senior recital.

  
  • MUSP 1161. Private Trumpet. (1 credit)


    Private study is offered in instruments of the band and orchestra. In each of these fields, the work is adapted to the needs of the individual student. Courses in applied music are required of all music majors and may be elected with permission of the instructor by students not majoring in music. Credit for non-majors is limited to one semester hour. It is the Department of Music policy that non-majors enrolled in private lessons are expected to enroll in an appropriate ensemble. For more information on these matters, please consult the UNCP Department of Music Handbook. Freshman, sophomore, and junior music majors are expected to perform in a minimum of one departmental recital per semester at the discretion of the instructor. Senior music majors must be in preparation for their senior recital.

  
  • MUSP 1171. Private Improvisation. (1 credit)


    Private study is offered in instruments of the band and orchestra. In each of these fields, the work is adapted to the needs of the individual student. Courses in applied music are required of all music majors and may be elected with permission of the instructor by students not majoring in music. Credit for non-majors is limited to one semester hour. It is the Department of Music policy that non-majors enrolled in private lessons are expected to enroll in an appropriate ensemble. For more information on these matters, please consult the UNCP Department of Music Handbook. Freshman, sophomore, and junior music majors are expected to perform in a minimum of one departmental recital per semester at the discretion of the instructor. Senior music majors must be in preparation for their senior recital.

  
  • MUSP 1181. Private French Horn. (1 credit)


    Private study is offered in instruments of the band and orchestra. In each of these fields, the work is adapted to the needs of the individual student. Courses in applied music are required of all music majors and may be elected with permission of the instructor by students not majoring in music. Credit for non-majors is limited to one semester hour. It is the Department of Music policy that non-majors enrolled in private lessons are expected to enroll in an appropriate ensemble. For more information on these matters, please consult the UNCP Department of Music Handbook. Freshman, sophomore, and junior music majors are expected to perform in a minimum of one departmental recital per semester at the discretion of the instructor. Senior music majors must be in preparation for their senior recital.

  
  • MUSP 1201. Private Trombone. (1 credit)


    Private study is offered in instruments of the band and orchestra. In each of these fields, the work is adapted to the needs of the individual student. Courses in applied music are required of all music majors and may be elected with permission of the instructor by students not majoring in music. Credit for non-majors is limited to one semester hour. It is the Department of Music policy that non-majors enrolled in private lessons are expected to enroll in an appropriate ensemble. For more information on these matters, please consult the UNCP Department of Music Handbook. Freshman, sophomore, and junior music majors are expected to perform in a minimum of one departmental recital per semester at the discretion of the instructor. Senior music majors must be in preparation for their senior recital.

  
  • MUSP 1221. Private Euphonium. (1 credit)


    Private study is offered in instruments of the band and orchestra. In each of these fields, the work is adapted to the needs of the individual student. Courses in applied music are required of all music majors and may be elected with permission of the instructor by students not majoring in music. Credit for non-majors is limited to one semester hour. It is the Department of Music policy that non-majors enrolled in private lessons are expected to enroll in an appropriate ensemble. For more information on these matters, please consult the UNCP Department of Music Handbook. Freshman, sophomore, and junior music majors are expected to perform in a minimum of one departmental recital per semester at the discretion of the instructor. Senior music majors must be in preparation for their senior recital.

  
  • MUSP 1241. Private Tuba. (1 credit)


    Private study is offered in instruments of the band and orchestra. In each of these fields, the work is adapted to the needs of the individual student. Courses in applied music are required of all music majors and may be elected with permission of the instructor by students not majoring in music. Credit for non-majors is limited to one semester hour. It is the Department of Music policy that non-majors enrolled in private lessons are expected to enroll in an appropriate ensemble. For more information on these matters, please consult the UNCP Department of Music Handbook. Freshman, sophomore, and junior music majors are expected to perform in a minimum of one departmental recital per semester at the discretion of the instructor. Senior music majors must be in preparation for their senior recital.

  
  • MUSP 1261. Private Percussion. (1 credit)


    Private study is offered in instruments of the band and orchestra. In each of these fields, the work is adapted to the needs of the individual student. Courses in applied music are required of all music majors and may be elected with permission of the instructor by students not majoring in music. Credit for non-majors is limited to one semester hour. It is the Department of Music policy that non-majors enrolled in private lessons are expected to enroll in an appropriate ensemble. For more information on these matters, please consult the UNCP Department of Music Handbook. Freshman, sophomore, and junior music majors are expected to perform in a minimum of one departmental recital per semester at the discretion of the instructor. Senior music majors must be in preparation for their senior recital.

  
  • MUSP 1271. Private Drumset. (1 credit)


    Private study is offered in instruments of the band and orchestra. In each of these fields, the work is adapted to the needs of the individual student. Courses in applied music are required of all music majors and may be elected with permission of the instructor by students not majoring in music. Credit for non-majors is limited to one semester hour. It is the Department of Music policy that non-majors enrolled in private lessons are expected to enroll in an appropriate ensemble. For more information on these matters, please consult the UNCP Department of Music Handbook. Freshman, sophomore, and junior music majors are expected to perform in a minimum of one departmental recital per semester at the discretion of the instructor. Senior music majors must be in preparation for their senior recital.

  
  • MUSP 1281. Private Violin. (1 credit)


    Private study is offered in instruments of the band and orchestra. In each of these fields, the work is adapted to the needs of the individual student. Courses in applied music are required of all music majors and may be elected with permission of the instructor by students not majoring in music. Credit for non-majors is limited to one semester hour. It is the Department of Music policy that non-majors enrolled in private lessons are expected to enroll in an appropriate ensemble. For more information on these matters, please consult the UNCP Department of Music Handbook. Freshman, sophomore, and junior music majors are expected to perform in a minimum of one departmental recital per semester at the discretion of the instructor. Senior music majors must be in preparation for their senior recital.

  
  • MUSP 1301. Private Viola. (1 credit)


    Private study is offered in instruments of the band and orchestra. In each of these fields, the work is adapted to the needs of the individual student. Courses in applied music are required of all music majors and may be elected with permission of the instructor by students not majoring in music. Credit for non-majors is limited to one semester hour. It is the Department of Music policy that non-majors enrolled in private lessons are expected to enroll in an appropriate ensemble. For more information on these matters, please consult the UNCP Department of Music Handbook. Freshman, sophomore, and junior music majors are expected to perform in a minimum of one departmental recital per semester at the discretion of the instructor. Senior music majors must be in preparation for their senior recital.

  
  • MUSP 1321. Private Violoncello. (1 credit)


    Private study is offered in instruments of the band and orchestra. In each of these fields, the work is adapted to the needs of the individual student. Courses in applied music are required of all music majors and may be elected with permission of the instructor by students not majoring in music. Credit for non-majors is limited to one semester hour. It is the Department of Music policy that non-majors enrolled in private lessons are expected to enroll in an appropriate ensemble. For more information on these matters, please consult the UNCP Department of Music Handbook. Freshman, sophomore, and junior music majors are expected to perform in a minimum of one departmental recital per semester at the discretion of the instructor. Senior music majors must be in preparation for their senior recital.

  
  • MUSP 1341. Private Bass Viol. (1 credit)


    Private study is offered in instruments of the band and orchestra. In each of these fields, the work is adapted to the needs of the individual student. Courses in applied music are required of all music majors and may be elected with permission of the instructor by students not majoring in music. Credit for non-majors is limited to one semester hour. It is the Department of Music policy that non-majors enrolled in private lessons are expected to enroll in an appropriate ensemble. For more information on these matters, please consult the UNCP Department of Music Handbook. Freshman, sophomore, and junior music majors are expected to perform in a minimum of one departmental recital per semester at the discretion of the instructor. Senior music majors must be in preparation for their senior recital.

  
  • MUSP 1361. Private Guitar. (1 credit)


    Private study is offered in instruments of the band and orchestra. In each of these fields, the work is adapted to the needs of the individual student. Courses in applied music are required of all music majors and may be elected with permission of the instructor by students not majoring in music. Credit for non-majors is limited to one semester hour. It is the Department of Music policy that non-majors enrolled in private lessons are expected to enroll in an appropriate ensemble. For more information on these matters, please consult the UNCP Department of Music Handbook. Freshman, sophomore, and junior music majors are expected to perform in a minimum of one departmental recital per semester at the discretion of the instructor. Senior music majors must be in preparation for their senior recital.

  
  • MUSP 1501. Private Voice. (2 credits)


    Private study is offered in voice. In each of these fields, the work is adapted to the needs of the individual student. Courses in applied music are required of all music majors and may be elected with permission of the instructor by students not majoring in music. Credit for non-majors is limited to one semester hour. It is the Department of Music policy that non-majors enrolled in private lessons are expected to enroll in an appropriate ensemble. For more information on these matters, please consult the UNCP Department of Music Handbook. Freshman, sophomore, and junior music majors are expected to perform in a minimum of one departmental recital per semester at the discretion of the instructor. Senior music majors must be in preparation for their senior recital.

  
  • MUSP 1521. Private Piano. (2 credits)


    Private study is offered in piano. In each of these fields, the work is adapted to the needs of the individual student. Courses in applied music are required of all music majors and may be elected with permission of the instructor by students not majoring in music. Credit for non-majors is limited to one semester hour. It is the Department of Music policy that non-majors enrolled in private lessons are expected to enroll in an appropriate ensemble. For more information on these matters, please consult the UNCP Department of Music Handbook. Freshman, sophomore, and junior music majors are expected to perform in a minimum of one departmental recital per semester at the discretion of the instructor. Senior music majors must be in preparation for their senior recital.

  
  • MUSP 1541. Private Organ. (2 credits)


    Private study is offered in organ. In each of these fields, the work is adapted to the needs of the individual student. Courses in applied music are required of all music majors and may be elected with permission of the instructor by students not majoring in music. Credit for non-majors is limited to one semester hour. It is the Department of Music policy that non-majors enrolled in private lessons are expected to enroll in an appropriate ensemble. For more information on these matters, please consult the UNCP Department of Music Handbook. Freshman, sophomore, and junior music majors are expected to perform in a minimum of one departmental recital per semester at the discretion of the instructor. Senior music majors must be in preparation for their senior recital.

  
  • MUSP 1561. Private Flute. (2 credits)


    Private study is offered in instruments of the band and orchestra. In each of these fields, the work is adapted to the needs of the individual student. Courses in applied music are required of all music majors and may be elected with permission of the instructor by students not majoring in music. Credit for non-majors is limited to one semester hour. It is the Department of Music policy that non-majors enrolled in private lessons are expected to enroll in an appropriate ensemble. For more information on these matters, please consult the UNCP Department of Music Handbook. Freshman, sophomore, and junior music majors are expected to perform in a minimum of one departmental recital per semester at the discretion of the instructor. Senior music majors must be in preparation for their senior recital.

  
  • MUSP 1581. Private Oboe. (2 credits)


    Private study is offered in instruments of the band and orchestra. In each of these fields, the work is adapted to the needs of the individual student. Courses in applied music are required of all music majors and may be elected with permission of the instructor by students not majoring in music. Credit for non-majors is limited to one semester hour. It is the Department of Music policy that non-majors enrolled in private lessons are expected to enroll in an appropriate ensemble. For more information on these matters, please consult the UNCP Department of Music Handbook. Freshman, sophomore, and junior music majors are expected to perform in a minimum of one departmental recital per semester at the discretion of the instructor. Senior music majors must be in preparation for their senior recital.

  
  • MUSP 1601. Private Clarinet. (2 credits)


    Private study is offered in instruments of the band and orchestra. In each of these fields, the work is adapted to the needs of the individual student. Courses in applied music are required of all music majors and may be elected with permission of the instructor by students not majoring in music. Credit for non-majors is limited to one semester hour. It is the Department of Music policy that non-majors enrolled in private lessons are expected to enroll in an appropriate ensemble. For more information on these matters, please consult the UNCP Department of Music Handbook. Freshman, sophomore, and junior music majors are expected to perform in a minimum of one departmental recital per semester at the discretion of the instructor. Senior music majors must be in preparation for their senior recital.

  
  • MUSP 1621. Private Bassoon. (2 credits)


    Private study is offered in instruments of the band and orchestra. In each of these fields, the work is adapted to the needs of the individual student. Courses in applied music are required of all music majors and may be elected with permission of the instructor by students not majoring in music. Credit for non-majors is limited to one semester hour. It is the Department of Music policy that non-majors enrolled in private lessons are expected to enroll in an appropriate ensemble. For more information on these matters, please consult the UNCP Department of Music Handbook. Freshman, sophomore, and junior music majors are expected to perform in a minimum of one departmental recital per semester at the discretion of the instructor. Senior music majors must be in preparation for their senior recital.

  
  • MUSP 1641. Private Saxophone. (2 credits)


    Private study is offered in instruments of the band and orchestra. In each of these fields, the work is adapted to the needs of the individual student. Courses in applied music are required of all music majors and may be elected with permission of the instructor by students not majoring in music. Credit for non-majors is limited to one semester hour. It is the Department of Music policy that non-majors enrolled in private lessons are expected to enroll in an appropriate ensemble. For more information on these matters, please consult the UNCP Department of Music Handbook. Freshman, sophomore, and junior music majors are expected to perform in a minimum of one departmental recital per semester at the discretion of the instructor. Senior music majors must be in preparation for their senior recital.

  
  • MUSP 1661. Private Trumpet. (2 credits)


    Private study is offered in instruments of the band and orchestra. In each of these fields, the work is adapted to the needs of the individual student. Courses in applied music are required of all music majors and may be elected with permission of the instructor by students not majoring in music. Credit for non-majors is limited to one semester hour. It is the Department of Music policy that non-majors enrolled in private lessons are expected to enroll in an appropriate ensemble. For more information on these matters, please consult the UNCP Department of Music Handbook. Freshman, sophomore, and junior music majors are expected to perform in a minimum of one departmental recital per semester at the discretion of the instructor. Senior music majors must be in preparation for their senior recital.

  
  • MUSP 1681. Private French Horn. (2 credits)


    Private study is offered in instruments of the band and orchestra. In each of these fields, the work is adapted to the needs of the individual student. Courses in applied music are required of all music majors and may be elected with permission of the instructor by students not majoring in music. Credit for non-majors is limited to one semester hour. It is the Department of Music policy that non-majors enrolled in private lessons are expected to enroll in an appropriate ensemble. For more information on these matters, please consult the UNCP Department of Music Handbook. Freshman, sophomore, and junior music majors are expected to perform in a minimum of one departmental recital per semester at the discretion of the instructor. Senior music majors must be in preparation for their senior recital.

  
  • MUSP 1701. Private Trombone. (2 credits)


    Private study is offered in instruments of the band and orchestra. In each of these fields, the work is adapted to the needs of the individual student. Courses in applied music are required of all music majors and may be elected with permission of the instructor by students not majoring in music. Credit for non-majors is limited to one semester hour. It is the Department of Music policy that non-majors enrolled in private lessons are expected to enroll in an appropriate ensemble. For more information on these matters, please consult the UNCP Department of Music Handbook. Freshman, sophomore, and junior music majors are expected to perform in a minimum of one departmental recital per semester at the discretion of the instructor. Senior music majors must be in preparation for their senior recital.

  
  • MUSP 1721. Private Euphonium. (2 credits)


    Private study is offered in instruments of the band and orchestra. In each of these fields, the work is adapted to the needs of the individual student. Courses in applied music are required of all music majors and may be elected with permission of the instructor by students not majoring in music. Credit for non-majors is limited to one semester hour. It is the Department of Music policy that non-majors enrolled in private lessons are expected to enroll in an appropriate ensemble. For more information on these matters, please consult the UNCP Department of Music Handbook. Freshman, sophomore, and junior music majors are expected to perform in a minimum of one departmental recital per semester at the discretion of the instructor. Senior music majors must be in preparation for their senior recital.

  
  • MUSP 1741. Private Tuba. (2 credits)


    Private study is offered in instruments of the band and orchestra. In each of these fields, the work is adapted to the needs of the individual student. Courses in applied music are required of all music majors and may be elected with permission of the instructor by students not majoring in music. Credit for non-majors is limited to one semester hour. It is the Department of Music policy that non-majors enrolled in private lessons are expected to enroll in an appropriate ensemble. For more information on these matters, please consult the UNCP Department of Music Handbook. Freshman, sophomore, and junior music majors are expected to perform in a minimum of one departmental recital per semester at the discretion of the instructor. Senior music majors must be in preparation for their senior recital.

  
  • MUSP 1761. Private Percussion. (2 credits)


    Private study is offered in instruments of the band and orchestra. In each of these fields, the work is adapted to the needs of the individual student. Courses in applied music are required of all music majors and may be elected with permission of the instructor by students not majoring in music. Credit for non-majors is limited to one semester hour. It is the Department of Music policy that non-majors enrolled in private lessons are expected to enroll in an appropriate ensemble. For more information on these matters, please consult the UNCP Department of Music Handbook. Freshman, sophomore, and junior music majors are expected to perform in a minimum of one departmental recital per semester at the discretion of the instructor. Senior music majors must be in preparation for their senior recital.

  
  • MUSP 1771. Private Drumset. (2 credits)


    Private study is offered in instruments of the band and orchestra. In each of these fields, the work is adapted to the needs of the individual student. Courses in applied music are required of all music majors and may be elected with permission of the instructor by students not majoring in music. Credit for non-majors is limited to one semester hour. It is the Department of Music policy that non-majors enrolled in private lessons are expected to enroll in an appropriate ensemble. For more information on these matters, please consult the UNCP Department of Music Handbook. Freshman, sophomore, and junior music majors are expected to perform in a minimum of one departmental recital per semester at the discretion of the instructor. Senior music majors must be in preparation for their senior recital.

  
  • MUSP 1781. Private Violin. (2 credits)


    Private study is offered in instruments of the band and orchestra. In each of these fields, the work is adapted to the needs of the individual student. Courses in applied music are required of all music majors and may be elected with permission of the instructor by students not majoring in music. Credit for non-majors is limited to one semester hour. It is the Department of Music policy that non-majors enrolled in private lessons are expected to enroll in an appropriate ensemble. For more information on these matters, please consult the UNCP Department of Music Handbook. Freshman, sophomore, and junior music majors are expected to perform in a minimum of one departmental recital per semester at the discretion of the instructor. Senior music majors must be in preparation for their senior recital.

  
  • MUSP 1801. Private Viola. (2 credits)


    Private study is offered in instruments of the band and orchestra. In each of these fields, the work is adapted to the needs of the individual student. Courses in applied music are required of all music majors and may be elected with permission of the instructor by students not majoring in music. Credit for non-majors is limited to one semester hour. It is the Department of Music policy that non-majors enrolled in private lessons are expected to enroll in an appropriate ensemble. For more information on these matters, please consult the UNCP Department of Music Handbook. Freshman, sophomore, and junior music majors are expected to perform in a minimum of one departmental recital per semester at the discretion of the instructor. Senior music majors must be in preparation for their senior recital.

  
  • MUSP 1821. Private Violoncello. (2 credits)


    Private study is offered in instruments of the band and orchestra. In each of these fields, the work is adapted to the needs of the individual student. Courses in applied music are required of all music majors and may be elected with permission of the instructor by students not majoring in music. Credit for non-majors is limited to one semester hour. It is the Department of Music policy that non-majors enrolled in private lessons are expected to enroll in an appropriate ensemble. For more information on these matters, please consult the UNCP Department of Music Handbook. Freshman, sophomore, and junior music majors are expected to perform in a minimum of one departmental recital per semester at the discretion of the instructor. Senior music majors must be in preparation for their senior recital.

  
  • MUSP 1841. Private Bass Viol. (2 credits)


    Private study is offered in instruments of the band and orchestra. In each of these fields, the work is adapted to the needs of the individual student. Courses in applied music are required of all music majors and may be elected with permission of the instructor by students not majoring in music. Credit for non-majors is limited to one semester hour. It is the Department of Music policy that non-majors enrolled in private lessons are expected to enroll in an appropriate ensemble. For more information on these matters, please consult the UNCP Department of Music Handbook. Freshman, sophomore, and junior music majors are expected to perform in a minimum of one departmental recital per semester at the discretion of the instructor. Senior music majors must be in preparation for their senior recital.

 

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