School of Music

  • CFA ME 203: Introduction to Music Teaching and Learning
    Development of a personal orientation to music teaching and learning through course readings, discussions, observations of varied music teaching contexts, and peer teaching experiences. Critical exploration of contemporary music education practices. Includes an exploration of music teacher identity and an overview of the historical, philosophical, psychological, and sociological foundations of music education. Effective Fall 2018, this course fulfills a single unit in the following BU Hub area: Philosophical Inquiry and Life's Meanings.
    • Philosophical Inquiry and Life's Meanings
  • CFA ME 307: Secondary General Music Methods
    Philosophical foundations and objectives of music programs in grades 5 through 12. Development of teaching materials and presentation of representative lessons; techniques of analysis and evaluation. Learners will participate in a semester-long Living Learning Community alongside Boston- residents as a way to study local and global issues that may be addressed by art educators 2cr. [Required for Music Education Majors.] Effective Fall 2018, this course fulfills a single unit in the following BU Hub area: Global Citizenship and Intercultural Literacy.
    • Global Citizenship and Intercultural Literacy
  • CFA ME 330: Music Education Lab Instrumental 1
    This laboratory is designed to prepare students to provide group instruction in instrumental music. Students will progress through a variety of rehearsal techniques (including adaptations) related to teaching grade 0.5-2 (beginning) music for bands and orchestras.
  • CFA ME 331: Music Education Lab Choral (Elementary/Middle School)
    Choral lab students will engage in peer teaching. Student learning outcomes include upper elementary and middle school choral repertoire, rehearsal strategies, conducting, Professional Standards for Teachers, differentiated instruction, and strategies for incorporating English Language Learners. (3 credits)
  • CFA ME 344: Technology for Musicians
    Students will obtain essential skills in technologies to support music careers. Topics will include computer notation, audio and MIDI recording and editing, document design, self-promotion and responsible uses of social media. Students will also explore technologically enhanced and supported performance. Effective Fall 2018, this course fulfills a single unit in the following BU Hub area: Digital/Multimedia Expression.
    • Digital/Multimedia Expression
  • CFA ME 374: Arts Engagement: Cultivating a Deeper Relationship with the Natural Environment to Foster Sustainable Life-Ways
    In this course, you will explore the arts to contemplate nature, identify unsustainable practices, propose viable alternatives, and share your results with the community via a multimedia arts exhibit. This course is open to juniors/seniors of any major and ability. Effective Fall 2018, this course fulfills a single unit in the following BU Hub areas: Aesthetic Exploration, Ethical Reasoning, Creativity/Innovation. Effective Fall 2020, this course fulfills a single unit in each of the following BU Hub areas: Ethical Reasoning, The Individual in Community, Creativity/Innovation.
    • The Individual in Community
    • Ethical Reasoning
    • Creativity/Innovation
  • CFA ME 382: Intro to Access and Equity in Music Education
    This class will focus on differentiated instruction in the music classroom. Students will learn to develop pedagogical strategies for teaching students who are English Language Learners, have developmental disabilities, exhibit social/emotional issues, or have advanced musical abilities and interests.
  • CFA ME 411: Practicum 1 K-5
    Undergraduate Prerequisites: Prior to student teaching practicum, students must complete all licensure courses with a grade of C or higher, earn a cumulative GPA of 2.7, and pass the MTEL exams.
    Pre-K-5. Supervised student teaching in grades K-5, weekly seminar, individual conferences with University supervisor. Prior to student teaching practicum, students must complete all licensure courses with a grade of C or higher, earn a minimum CUM GPA of 2.70, and pass the Massachusetts Tests for Teacher Licensure (MTEL).Six weeks; minimum 150 hours required. 4 cr. each semester.
  • CFA ME 412: Practicum 2 5-8
    Undergraduate Prerequisites: Prior to student teaching practicum, students must complete all licensure courses with a grade of C or higher, earn a cumulative GPA of 2.7, and pass the MTEL exams.
    Supervised student teaching in 5-8; weekly seminar, minimum of 150 clock hours; weekly seminar; individual conferences with University supervisor. Prior to student teaching practicum, students must complete all licensure courses with a grade of C or higher, earn a minimum CUM GPA of 2.70, and pass the Massachusetts Tests for Teacher Licensure (MTEL). 4 cr. each semester.
  • CFA ME 413: Practicum 3 8-12
    Undergraduate Prerequisites: Prior to student teaching practicum, students must complete all licensure courses with a grade of C or higher, earn a cumulative GPA of 2.7, and pass the MTEL exams.
    Supervised student teaching in grades 8 through 12; six weeks, minimum of 150 clock hours; weekly seminar; individual conferences with University supervisor. Prior to student teaching practicum, students must complete all licensure courses with a grade of C or higher, earn a minimum CUM GPA of 2.70, and pass the Massachusetts Tests for Teacher Licensure (MTEL). 4 cr. each semester.
  • CFA ME 430: Music Education Lab Instrumental 2
    This laboratory is designed to prepare students to provide group instruction in instrumental music. Students will progress through a variety of rehearsal techniques (including adaptations) related to teaching grade 3-4 (intermediate) music for bands and orchestras.
  • CFA ME 431: Music Education Lab Choral (High School)
    Choral lab students will engage in peer teaching. Student learning outcomes include upper middle and high school choral repertoire, rehearsal strategies, conducting, Professional Standards for Teachers, differentiated instruction, and strategies for incorporating English Language Learners.
  • CFA ME 460: Special Topics in Music Education
    Topics will vary by semester. Topics include such diverse areas as teaching marching band, beginning jazz improvisation, producing musicals, etc. 1 credit, repeatable to a maximum of 5 credits.
  • CFA ME 499: Independent Study: Undergraduates
    Individual projects arranged between undergraduate students and faculty, often in areas outside of the regular curriculum. Plans must be submitted in advance of registration. Variable credit.
  • CFA ME 503: Int Mus Lrn Tch
  • CFA ME 506: Elementary General Music Methods
    Use research and theory on musical development to select instructional approaches, plan learning activities, and create assessments for kindergarten through grade 5 general music. Practice pedagogical skills in class and in field placements. Required for Music Education Majors who seek licensure. 4 cr. This course fulfills a single unit in each of the following BU Hub areas: The Individual in Community, Teamwork/Collaboration.
    • The Individual in Community
    • Teamwork/Collaboration
  • CFA ME 507: Secondary General Music Methods
    Philosophical foundations and objectives of music programs in grades 5 through 12. Development of teaching materials and presentation of representative lessons; techniques of analysis and evaluation. Learners will participate in a semester-long Living Learning Community alongside Boston- residents as a way to study local and global issues that may be addressed by art educators 2cr. [Required for Music Education Majors.] Effective Fall 2018, this course fulfills a single unit in the following BU Hub area: Global Citizenship and Intercultural Literacy.
    • Global Citizenship and Intercultural Literacy
  • CFA ME 530: Music Education Lab Instrumental 3
    This laboratory is designed to prepare students to provide group instruction in instrumental music. Students will progress through a variety of rehearsal techniques (including adaptations) related to teaching grade 4-5 (intermediate-advanced) music for bands and orchestras.
  • CFA ME 544: Technology for Musicians
    Students will obtain essential skills in technologies to support music careers. Topics will include computer notation, audio and MIDI recording and editing, document design, self-promotion and responsible uses of social media. Students will also explore technologically enhanced and supported performance. Effective Fall 2020, this course fulfills a single unit in the following BU Hub area: Digital/Multimedia Expression.
    • Digital/Multimedia Expression
  • CFA ME 545: Power, Marginalization, and Privilege in Music Education
    This course is designed to expand awareness of the intersections between music, education, and society as they relate to issues of power, privilege, and marginalization within US, educational, and global contexts. Students will participate in group discussions, individual reflection, and student-designed projects to increase awareness of their own biases and assumptions and deepen reflective practice in music making and teaching. Upon completion of the course, students should be better prepared to engage in acts of social justice, transform structural biases, build coalitions to effect change, and advocate for marginalized students in their own care.
  • CFA ME 582: Int Acc&Inc MED
    This course description is currently under construction.
  • CFA ME 611: Practicum 1 K-5
    Undergraduate Prerequisites: Prior to student teaching practicum, students must complete all licensure courses with a grade of C or higher, earn a cumulative GPA of 2.7, and pass the MTEL exams.
    Pre-K-5. Supervised student teaching in grades K-5, weekly seminar, individual conferences with University supervisor. Prior to student teaching practicum, students must complete all licensure courses with a grade of C or higher, earn a minimum CUM GPA of 2.70, and pass the Massachusetts Tests for Teacher Licensure (MTEL).Six weeks; minimum 150 hours required. 4 cr. each semester.
  • CFA ME 612: Practicum 2 5-8
    Undergraduate Prerequisites: Prior to student teaching practicum, students must complete all licensure courses with a grade of C or higher, earn a cumulative GPA of 2.7, and pass the MTEL exams.
    Supervised student teaching in 5-8; weekly seminar, minimum of 150 clock hours; weekly seminar; individual conferences with University supervisor.Prior to student teaching practicum, students must complete all licensure courses with a grade of C or higher, earn a minimum CUM GPA of 2.70, and pass the Massachusetts Tests for Teacher Licensure (MTEL). 4 cr. each semester.
  • CFA ME 613: Practicum 3 8-12
    Undergraduate Prerequisites: Prior to student teaching practicum, students must complete all licensure courses with a grade of C or higher, earn a cumulative GPA of 2.7, and pass the MTEL exams.
    Supervised student teaching in grades 8 through 12; six weeks, minimum of 150 clock hours; weekly seminar; individual conferences with University supervisor. Prior to student teaching practicum, students must complete all licensure courses with a grade of C or higher, earn a minimum CUM GPA of 2.70, and pass the Massachusetts Tests for Teacher Licensure (MTEL). 4 cr. each semester.
  • CFA ME 631: Music Education Lab Choral (Elementary/Middle School)
    Choral lab students will engage in peer teaching. Student learning outcomes include upper elementary and middle school choral repertoire, rehearsal strategies, conducting, Professional Standards for Teachers, differentiated instruction, and strategies for incorporating English Language Learners. (3 credits)
  • CFA ME 640: Music Education Lab Instrumental
    Topics will vary by semester. Topics include diverse areas such as marching band pedagogy, creating healthy classrooms, improvisation, instrument repair, creativity, etc. 1 credit, repeatable to a maximum of 5 credits.
  • CFA ME 701: History and Philosophy in Music Education: Perspectives and Practice
    Introduction to historical and philosophical foundations of music education. An intensive reading and research seminar course in the history of educational thought and practices in music education in the United States from the Colonial Period to modern times. The course has two distinct disciplinary components; historical research and philosophical discourse in music education.
  • CFA ME 702: Psychology and Sociology in Music Education: Perspectives and Applications
    The purpose of this course is to critically examine psychological and sociological concepts as they relate to music and education. Topics include key issues and concepts in psychology and sociology; psychology as related to music educational processes; problems encountered in the sociology of music education; and cultural influences that affect both the psychology of the individual and sociological aspects of group dynamics. 4.0 credits.
  • CFA ME 711: Introduction to Music Education Research
    Overview of music education research. Research design and methodology to include development of hypotheses, problems and subproblems, qualitative research, survey, observational, causal comparative, experimental, evaluation, and historical research. Ability to understand, interpret, and use research in teaching and learning. Designed primarily for master's degree students.
  • CFA ME 740: Introduction to Music Education Research
    In this course, students become acquainted with a variety of research that informs music education, learn both to critique and apply that research, and develop their scholarly writing skills.
  • CFA ME 741: History and Philosophy in Music Education: Perspectives and Practice
    The purpose of this course is to examine and discuss historical and contemporary philosophical ideas and problems in music and music education. A goal is for students to develop a sharpened sensitivity to past and present thought (primarily, but not limited to historical and philosophical thought) in the field of music education in order to better inform their own curricular and instructional choices.
  • CFA ME 742: Psychology and Sociology in Music Education: Perspectives and Applications
    The purpose of this course is to critically examine psychological and sociological concepts as they relate to music and education. Topics include key issues and concepts in psychology and sociology; psychology as related to music education processes; problems encountered in the sociology of music education; and cultural influences that affect both the psychology of the individual and the sociological aspects of group dynamics.
  • CFA ME 753: Introduction to Early Childhood Music Education
    ME 753 will provide an overview of early childhood development and education. Students will then investigate the musical development of very young children, and explore the components of research-based, developmentally appropriate early childhood music education. Special attention will be paid to the role of play in childhood and designing and implementing play-based musical experiences.
  • CFA ME 759: Curriculum in Music Education: Vision and Design
    This is the final course in the Master of Music in Music Education degree program, and it lasts for 14 weeks. In the course, students focus on the development of a site-specific music curriculum, including the philosophical, psychological, and sociological foundations for that curriculum as well as the prospective implementation and assessment of the project. Because the nature of the project is to bring together elements from all previous coursework, it is graded as the Comprehensive Examination for the degree program.
  • CFA ME 850: Music Education, Justice, and Equity
    This course builds on other social justice-based courses offered by the Music Education Department: CFA ME 545: Power, Marginalization, and Privilege in Music Education; ME 751 Community Music; and ME 550 Empowering Song -- Music with Heart, Body, and Mind. Although this course is a companion to the above courses, it is self-contained and discrete. For students who have taken any of the above-mentioned courses, they may already be awakened to the issues of systemic marginalization. For others, this course may serve as a general introduction to social justice and music education. This course intends to cover a body of equity and justice theories as a means of impelling a reconsideration of music education curricula to deepen the students' reflection, and to foster a strong connection between justice and music education. Students will participate in group discussions and individual reflections to increase awareness of justice and equity particularly as they relate to themselves as music educators. As part of this process, students will engage in project development. Upon completion of the course, students should be better prepared to engage in acts of social justice and to work for music education as a force for social change.
  • CFA ME 859: Problems, Theories, and Literature
    In this course, students begin the process of transitioning from their roles as graduate students to their lifelong roles as scholars. Topics and activities include: a scholarly reading and writing; theories and conceptual frameworks; constructing a research problem, rationale, and research questions; and creating an outline for a scholarly literature review.
  • CFA ME 899: Independent Project/Directed Study
    Specialized, individually tailored and guided work on projects not connected with a thesis, dissertation or other terminal document, but of particular interest to the graduate student. Variable credit.
  • CFA ME 921: Research and Directed Study in Music Education
    Students will refine a research problem and rationale, engage critically with theoretical frameworks and relevant scholarly literature, and align appropriate research methods. Section A1 (for online DMA students) is a week-long residency on campus in Summer II; all other courses must be completed prior to enrollment. Section B1 (for on-campus DMA students) is to be completed in the last semester of coursework, Fall or Spring sem. 1 cr.
  • CFA MH 105: Music Appreciation
    Basic materials of music; analysis of masterpieces of music with reference to cultural background; group attendance of concerts with preliminary discussion period. Course does not presuppose a technical knowledge of music. 2 cr.
  • CFA MH 106: Music and Culture
    This course introduces music across history, genre, and cultures, examining music's relationship to politics, race, religion, and identity. We'll approach music as a human activity enmeshed in social, political, economic, philosophical, religious, ecological, and individual contexts. Effective Fall 2019, this course fulfills a single unit in the following BU Hub area: Aesthetic Exploration.
    • Aesthetic Exploration
  • CFA MH 211: History & Literature of Music 1
    Historical survey of music tracing the history, performance, cultural significance, and development of musical styles from the Middle Ages to approximately the end of the Baroque. Required for all students in the BM and BA Music routes. Effective Fall 2018, this course fulfills a single unit in each of the following BU Hub areas: Aesthetic Exploration, Historical Consciousness, Research and Information Literacy.
    • Aesthetic Exploration
    • Historical Consciousness
    • Research and Information Literacy
  • CFA MH 401: Graduate Music History Review
    Review of music history and literature from the Middle Ages to present. 2 cr.
  • CFA MH 404: Approaches to Sacred Music East and West
    This course aims to develop a cultural awareness of diversity and global citizenship through a deeper understanding of diverse religious beliefs and sacred music practices. Students will explore civic engagement through participation in several musical subcultures in the Boston area. Effective Fall 2019, this course fulfills a single unit in each of the following BU Hub areas: The Individual in Community, Global Citizenship and Intercultural Literacy, Research and Information Literacy.
    • The Individual in Community
    • Global Citizenship and Intercultural Literacy
    • Research and Information Literacy
  • CFA MH 408: Bob Dylan: Music and Words
    Undergraduate Prerequisites: First Year Writing Seminar (e.g., WR 100 or WR 120)
    This course examines Bob Dylan's music and lyrics from 1962 to 1975 in the context of his life, artistic influences, and milieu. We will explore the wealth of criticism and reaction his songs have inspired, paying special attention to questions concerning the nature of his art--for example, his dependence on musical tradition or the relationship between song lyrics and poetry--and past and current critical discussion about his legacy. Effective Fall 2019, this course fulfills a single unit in the following BU Hub areas: Aesthetic Exploration, Writing-Intensive Course.
    • Aesthetic Exploration
    • Writing-Intensive Course
  • CFA MH 409: Music of Black Americans
    The course will study genres of Music of Black Americans in the United States and their appearance in and fusion with literature by African Americans. Emphasis on listening, live performances, student presentations, readings, and discussions. Topics include spirituals, ragtime, blues, jazz, popular music, rhythm and blues, rap, and classical music. Effective Spring 2022, this course fulfills a single unit in the following BU Hub area: Aesthetic Exploration.
    • Aesthetic Exploration
  • CFA MH 412: Popular Music of the 50s
    Undergraduate Prerequisites: First-Year Writing Seminar (CAS WR 120 or equivalent)
    Prereq: First-Year Writing Seminar (CAS WR 120 or equivalent). Popular, Forgotten, and Misunderstood: Popular music of the 1950s seeks to stimulate critical reflections about how popular music of "the Fifties" mirrors, challenges, and complicates conventional wisdom about the era (1945-63). Effective Fall 2022, this course fulfills a single unit in each of the following BU Hub areas: Writing-Intensive Course, Historical Consciousness, Critical Thinking
    • Historical Consciousness
    • Critical Thinking
    • Writing-Intensive Course
  • CFA MH 433: The Beatles
    "The Beatles": Selected topics exploring the relationship between popular music and culture, from American popular song and musical theatre, to worldbeat, blues, R&B, rock, Hip-hop, and techno. 4 cr.
  • CFA MH 436: Musical Culture
    This course offers both an introductory look at four selected regions/countries among the diverse musical cultures around the world: West Africa, Bulgaria, Brazil, and Korea. Through these musical practices, we will investigate the ways in which many of these styles are the product of long running intra/intercultural dialogues, struggles, and negotiation processes that continue to produce new hybrid forms. Because of the vast array of people and cultures within each selected area, this course is necessarily selective and introductory. A variety of scholars and performing artists will be invited to give a workshop on music/dance and discuss their lives as musicians. Over the course of the semester, you will gain an understanding of the myriad ways people use music to construct and individual group identities, the diverse ways groups incorporate music into their lives, and how to understand music within a broader historical, political, and economic context. You will also be introduced to basic musical concepts and terminology, and acquire listening skills that will enable you to better encounter and understand music in this course and beyond. Effective Fall 2019, this course fulfills a single unit in each of the following BU Hub areas: Aesthetic Exploration, Global Citizenship and Intercultural Literacy, Research and Information Literacy.
    • Aesthetic Exploration
    • Global Citizenship and Intercultural Literacy
    • Research and Information Literacy
  • CFA MH 499: Directed Study: Undergraduates
    Individual projects arranged between undergraduate students and faculty, often in areas outside of the regular curriculum. Plans must be submitted in advance of registration. Variable credit.
  • CFA MH 561: World Music Ensemble
    Learn to perform traditional world music in the context of an ensemble taught by specialists of African, Balinese, Latin American, and many other types of world music. The specific musical style and type of group will change with each semester. Improve your rhythmic skills; lower performance anxiety. Enrollment is open to all students. No previous musical experience is necessary. 1 cr. May be repeated for credit.
  • CFA MH 620: Radical Restagings / Radicals Restaging
    "Radical Restagings / Radicals Restaging" Imagine attending a performance of Daphnis et Chlo?--the staged ballet rather than the orchestral suite. To the sounds of Ravel's familiar, ethereal score, the curtain lifts. But instead of a lithe ballerina in a diaphanous costume, a roller-skated dancer appears on stage. What is happening? And why? In this course, we will investigate both the whats and whys of productions like this wacky version of Daphnis: choreographers who entirely reimagine canonical ballets such as Swan Lake, Giselle, Sleeping Beauty, and The Rite of Spring among others. To that end, we work to understand the political as well as the aesthetic implications of these remade productions. Said another way, this course rethinks what ballet (with its musical as well as its danced components) can--and perhaps should--do.
  • CFA MH 623: History and Literature of Opera
    Rossini, Donizetti, and Bellini; sociopolitical backgrounds of Italian opera in the nineteenth century; Verdi: Aida, Otello, Falstaff; verismo and its exponents. Influence of Wagner on Italian opera; Giacomo Puccini. 3 cr.
  • CFA MH 629: Early Music Studies
    Mini-course offered by the Center for Early Music Studies. Taught by eminent figures in the field of early music, this course is an intensive, laboratory-style immersion in early music scholarship and performance on selected topics, composers, and repertories, covering vocal and instrumental styles from the Middle Ages to the end of the 18th century. 1 cr. Can be repeated for credit.
  • CFA MH 631: Individual Composers
    This course will study the work of a single composer in depth, analyzing the work as a product both of individual style and of historical and cultural context. 3 cr. May be repeated for credit.
  • CFA MH 720: Pro-Sem in Mus+eth
    This course provides an overview of the historical development of the disciplines, explores research techniques, and introduces influential theoretical perspectives, including: empiricism, psychology, criticism, representation, gender, and globalization. 3 cr.
  • CFA MH 771: Special Topics in Ethnomusicology
    Case study of specifically defined areas in the forefront of ethnomusicological research. Individual research papers and class research projects as assigned by the instructor. 3 cr. May be repeated for credit.
  • CFA MH 799: Master's Thesis
    Ongoing work toward completion of Master's Thesis. 3 cr.
  • CFA MH 820: Prosem Mus+eth
    Required for graduate students in Musicology and Ethnomusicology. This course provides an overview of the historical development of the disciplines, explores research techniques, and introduces influential theoretical perspectives, including: empiricism, psychology, criticism, representation, gender, and globalization. Fall Semester. 4 credits.
  • CFA MH 824: Listening to Mozart: Chamber and Orchestral Music
    Arnold Schoenberg famously venerated Mozart; yet when he arrived in America, he was asked why he never used Mozart's music in his teaching. Because, he said in his still highly Germanic syntax, "In Mozart everything is to hear, but not to see." In this seminar, we'll try to get at what "is to hear" in Mozart: by listening to the music, intently and repeatedly, in recordings and, if possible, live performances; and in equally intensive discussion of what we hear -- free- floating discussion that will follow only the directions of the participants' interest and exclude no possibility a priori. We shall not, however, exclude the possibility of bolstering our perceptions through background reading of recent and earlier literature -- analytic, historic, and hermeneutic. We shall not attempt anything like a survey. Indeed, I imagine we'll devote attention to only a handful of pieces. I do not have an advance list of these (although I do have my favorites) -- I will be grateful if participants will send me suggestions before our first meeting.
  • CFA MH 854: Music and Culture
    Examines music as both artifact and agent of broader cultural developments. The seminar will focus on specific musical repertories and practices within their relevant historical, social, and political contexts. 4 cr. May be repeated for credit.
  • CFA MH 871: Special Topics in Ethnomusicology
    Case study of specifically defined areas in the forefront of ethnomusicological research. Individual research papers and class research projects as assigned by the instructor. 4 cr. May be repeated for credit.
  • CFA MH 899: Independent Project/Directed Study
    Specialized, individually tailored and guided work on projects not connected with a thesis, dissertation or other terminal document, but of particular interest to the graduate student. Variable credit.
  • CFA MH 921: Research and Directed Study in Musicology
    Supervision of special projects, theses, and dissertations in the history of music. May be repeated for credit. 3 cr.
  • CFA ML 501: Applied Piano (Hour)
    14 1-hour private lessons provided by faculty for CFA students majoring in music. Development of technical skills through etudes, exercises, and repertoire as appropriate, practice techniques, interpretation of musical styles, and preparation of juries, recitals, and/or auditions, all in relation to building performance skills and command of the repertoire on the student's instrument. Registration by permission only. 1-4 cr.
  • CFA ML 502: Applied Piano (Half-Hour)
    14 1/2-hour (or 7 1-hour) private lessons provided by faculty for CFA students majoring in music. Development of technical skills through etudes, exercises, and repertoire as appropriate, practice techniques, interpretation of musical styles, and preparation of juries, recitals, and/or auditions, all in relation to building performance skills and command of the repertoire on the student's instrument. Registration by permission only. 1-2 cr.
  • CFA ML 503: Applied Harpsichord (Hour)
    14 1-hour private lessons provided by faculty for CFA students majoring in music. Development of technical skills through etudes, exercises, and repertoire as appropriate, practice techniques, interpretation of musical styles, and preparation of juries, recitals, and/or auditions, all in relation to building performance skills and command of the repertoire on the student's instrument. Registration by permission only. 1-4 cr.
  • CFA ML 504: Applied Harpsichord (Half-Hour)
    14 1/2-hour (or 7 1-hour) private lessons provided by faculty for CFA students majoring in music. Development of technical skills through etudes, exercises, and repertoire as appropriate, practice techniques, interpretation of musical styles, and preparation of juries, recitals, and/or auditions, all in relation to building performance skills and command of the repertoire on the student's instrument. Registration by permission only. 1-2 cr.
  • CFA ML 505: Applied Organ (Hour)
    14 1-hour private lessons provided by faculty for CFA students majoring in music. Development of technical skills through etudes, exercises, and repertoire as appropriate, practice techniques, interpretation of musical styles, and preparation of juries, recitals, and/or auditions, all in relation to building performance skills and command of the repertoire on the student's instrument. Registration by permission only. 1-4 cr.
  • CFA ML 506: Applied Organ (Half-Hour)
    14 1/2-hour (or 7 1-hour) private lessons provided by faculty for CFA students majoring in music. Development of technical skills through etudes, exercises, and repertoire as appropriate, practice techniques, interpretation of musical styles, and preparation of juries, recitals, and/or auditions, all in relation to building performance skills and command of the repertoire on the student's instrument. Registration by permission only. 1-2 cr.
  • CFA ML 507: Applied Voice (Hour)
    14 1-hour private lessons provided by faculty for CFA students majoring in music. Development of technical skills through etudes, exercises, and repertoire as appropriate, practice techniques, interpretation of musical styles, and preparation of juries, recitals, and/or auditions, all in relation to building performance skills and command of the repertoire on the student's instrument. Registration by permission only. 1-4 cr.
  • CFA ML 508: Applied Voice (Half-Hour)
    14 1/2-hour (or 7 1-hour) private lessons provided by faculty for CFA students majoring in music. Development of technical skills through etudes, exercises, and repertoire as appropriate, practice techniques, interpretation of musical styles, and preparation of juries, recitals, and/or auditions, all in relation to building performance skills and command of the repertoire on the student's instrument. Registration by permission only. 1-2 cr.
  • CFA ML 509: Applied Violin (Hour)
    14 1-hour private lessons provided by faculty for CFA students majoring in music. Development of technical skills through etudes, exercises, and repertoire as appropriate, practice techniques, interpretation of musical styles, and preparation of juries, recitals, and/or auditions, all in relation to building performance skills and command of the repertoire on the student's instrument. Registration by permission only. 1-4 cr.
  • CFA ML 510: Applied Violin (Half-Hour)
    14 1/2-hour (or 7 1-hour) private lessons provided by faculty for CFA students majoring in music. Development of technical skills through etudes, exercises, and repertoire as appropriate, practice techniques, interpretation of musical styles, and preparation of juries, recitals, and/or auditions, all in relation to building performance skills and command of the repertoire on the student's instrument. Registration by permission only. 1-2 cr.
  • CFA ML 511: Applied Viola (Hour)
    14 1-hour private lessons provided by faculty for CFA students majoring in music. Development of technical skills through etudes, exercises, and repertoire as appropriate, practice techniques, interpretation of musical styles, and preparation of juries, recitals, and/or auditions, all in relation to building performance skills and command of the repertoire on the student's instrument. Registration by permission only. 1-4 cr.
  • CFA ML 512: Applied Viola (Half-Hour)
    14 1/2-hour (or 7 1-hour) private lessons provided by faculty for CFA students majoring in music. Development of technical skills through etudes, exercises, and repertoire as appropriate, practice techniques, interpretation of musical styles, and preparation of juries, recitals, and/or auditions, all in relation to building performance skills and command of the repertoire on the student's instrument. Registration by permission only. 1-2 cr.
  • CFA ML 513: Applied Cello (Hour)
    14 1-hour private lessons provided by faculty for CFA students majoring in music. Development of technical skills through etudes, exercises, and repertoire as appropriate, practice techniques, interpretation of musical styles, and preparation of juries, recitals, and/or auditions, all in relation to building performance skills and command of the repertoire on the student's instrument. Registration by permission only. 1-4 cr.
  • CFA ML 514: Applied Cello (Half-Hour)
    14 1/2-hour (or 7 1-hour) private lessons provided by faculty for CFA students majoring in music. Development of technical skills through etudes, exercises, and repertoire as appropriate, practice techniques, interpretation of musical styles, and preparation of juries, recitals, and/or auditions, all in relation to building performance skills and command of the repertoire on the student's instrument. Registration by permission only. 1-2 cr.
  • CFA ML 515: Applied Double Bass (Hour)
    14 1-hour private lessons provided by faculty for CFA students majoring in music. Development of technical skills through etudes, exercises, and repertoire as appropriate, practice techniques, interpretation of musical styles, and preparation of juries, recitals, and/or auditions, all in relation to building performance skills and command of the repertoire on the student's instrument. Registration by permission only. 1-4 cr.
  • CFA ML 516: Applied Double Bass (Half-Hour)
    14 1/2-hour (or 7 1-hour) private lessons provided by faculty for CFA students majoring in music. Development of technical skills through etudes, exercises, and repertoire as appropriate, practice techniques, interpretation of musical styles, and preparation of juries, recitals, and/or auditions, all in relation to building performance skills and command of the repertoire on the student's instrument. Registration by permission only. 1-2 cr.
  • CFA ML 517: Applied Flute (Hour)
    14 1-hour private lessons provided by faculty for CFA students majoring in music. Development of technical skills through etudes, exercises, and repertoire as appropriate, practice techniques, interpretation of musical styles, and preparation of juries, recitals, and/or auditions, all in relation to building performance skills and command of the repertoire on the student's instrument. Registration by permission only. 1-4 cr.