Music Performance: Percussion

Music Performance: Percussion
BM
Hours74 Credit Hours
LEPLimited Enrollment Program.
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Program Requirements

Requirement 3 Complete 8.0 hours from the following Courses
Requirement 4 Complete 12.0 hours from the following Courses
Requirement 5
Complete 1 hour of Category 1: Approved Large Ensembles each semester for eight semesters.
Requirement 7 Complete 1 Course
Requirement 9 Complete 5.0 hours from the following Courses
Requirement 10
Complete 5 hours of music electives. See faculty advisor.
Requirement 11 Complete 1 Option
Recitals:
Present a juried recital (Music 349) during the junior year. A juried senior recital (Music 449) is also required.
Enroll in Music 349 (0.0 credit hours) or 449 (1.0 credit hour) for the semester during which a recital is to be presented. Concurrent enrollment in appropriate performance instruction is required. A prerecital hearing is required at least three weeks before juried recitals. Contact the Harris Fine Arts Center Scheduling Office (C-302 HFAC) for further information. See supervisor of accompanying regarding guidelines for accompanist fees.
Option 11.1 Complete 2 Courses
Note: Students must register for 449R before applying for graduation.
Program Outcomes

Performance Preparation and Repertoire

Students will be able to prepare performances at the highest possible level, including knowledge of applicable solo and ensemble literature, utilization of improvisation skills, and successfully perform from a cross-section of that repertory.

Music and Technology use

Students will utilize and learn how to apply technology in their performance preparation, assessment of their own performances and their teaching. This includes audio and video recordings of performances, master classes, and practice sessions. Music software for composition, improvisation, transcription, and rehearsal techniques are included in the curriculum.

(2016) With easy access of today's technology, the students are entering the program with prior knowledge of how to access multiple performances and are learning to better discriminate the quality of those performances in their own preparation.

Music and Technology use

Students will utilize and learn how to apply technology in their performance preparation, assessment of their own performances and their teaching. This includes audio and video recordings of performances, master classes, and practice sessions. Music software for composition, improvisation, transcription, and rehearsal techniques are included in the curriculum.