Dec 01, 2022  
2018-2019 SUNY Potsdam Academic Catalog 
    
2018-2019 SUNY Potsdam Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


@ = Indicates a non-liberal arts course. Please refer to College Credit Policies  for a description of non-liberal arts credits.

 

Music Theory and Composition (Music Majors Only)

Courses are offered each semester unless otherwise designated.

  
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    MUCT 495 - Special Topics


    1-12 Credit(s)

  
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    MUCT 498 - Tutorial


    1-3 Credit(s)

  
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    @MUCT 499 - Recital of Compositions


    2 Credit(s)

    Senior composition majors organize and present recital of original works that reflect variety of style and genre. As warranted.

    Prerequisite(s): MUCT 430 .
  
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    @MUCT 516 - Counterpoint


    3 Credit(s)

    Survey of 16thcentury and 18thcentury contrapuntal techniques and genres, including both written exercises and examples.

  
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    MUCT 595 - Special Topics


    3 Credit(s)

  
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    MUCT 601 - Composition I


    3 Credit(s)

    Application of devices and techniques used in contemporary composition. Work in larger homophonic, contrapuntal, and symphonic forms.

  
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    MUCT 602 - Composition II


    3 Credit(s)

    Application of devices and techniques used in contemporary composition. Work in larger homophonic, contrapuntal, and symphonic forms.

  
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    MUCT 603 - Composition III


    3 Credit(s)

    Application of devices and techniques used in contemporary composition. Work in larger homophonic, contrapuntal, and symphonic forms.

  
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    MUCT 611 - Electronic Composition I


    3 Credit(s)

    Study of, and experience in, the art of composing with electronically-generated sound. Examination of major works in the repertoire. Working independently, students will create their own electronic compositions.

  
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    MUCT 612 - Electronic Composition II


    3 Credit(s)

    Study of, and experience in, the art of composing with electronically-generated sound. Examination of major works in the repertoire. Working independently, students will create their own electronic compositions.

  
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    MUCT 613 - Electronic Composition III


    3 Credit(s)

    Study of, and experience in, the art of composing with electronically-generated sound. Examination of major works in the repertoire. Working independently, students will create their own electronic compositions.

  
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    MUCT 614 - Modal Counterpoint


    3 Credit(s)

    Materials of 16th century vocal polyphony examined from three sides: appreciation, performance, creativity. Study of sacred and secular music literature of the period. Composition motets and madrigals for two, three, four and/or five voice parts.

  
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    MUCT 615 - Tonal Counterpoint


    3 Credit(s)

    Contrapuntal music of the Baroque era with emphasis on works of J. S. Bach. Study of two- and three-voice counterpoint, invention, forms based on chorale, invertible counterpoint and fugue.

  
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    @MUCT 617 - Analytical Techniques


    3 Credit(s)

    Study of selected analytical approaches to tonal music, including issues of form, harmony, and style.

  
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    MUCT 620 - Theory and Analysis of Twentieth Century Music


    3 Credit(s)

    Study of selected analytical approaches to 20th century music, including pitch-class, set theory and twelve-tone (serial theory).

  
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    MUCT 621 - Orchestration


    3 Credit(s)

    Techniques of orchestration for various instrumental ensembles at an advanced level culminating in the scoring of a work for full symphony orchestra.

  
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    MUCT 695 - Special Topics


    3 Credit(s)


Music Theory Liberal Arts

Courses are offered each semester unless otherwise designated.

  
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    MULT 101 - Music Theory for Non-Majors


    3 Credit(s)

    Gen Ed: AE credit.
    This course provides an introduction to understanding the basic elements of music - rhythm, note-reading, melody and harmony - through reading, writing and listening. No prior knowledge of music theory is required. Fall and Spring

  
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    MULT 102 - Accelerated Music Theory for Non-Majors


    3 Credit(s)

    Gen Ed: AE credit.
    Instruction designed for non-music majors with some prior knowledge of music theory who wish to improve their fluency in the technical language of tonal music. Topics will include (but are not limited to) acoustics, clef reading, intervals, scales, modes, keys and key signatures, texture, simple forms, harmonic progression and analysis. Aural skills, an aural demonstration of theoretical principles and basic keyboarding skills, will enrich and expand the written study. In addition to providing terms and categories, music theory provides a framework for understanding how music is put together and why music sounds the way it does. Permission of instructor required. Non-music majors only. Fall and Spring.

  
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    MULT 195 - Special Topics


    1-12 Credit(s)

  
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    MULT 198 - Tutorial


    1-3 Credit(s)

  
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    MULT 201 - Topics in Music Theory for Non-Majors


    3 Credit(s)

    Instruction designed for non-music majors in topics related to music theory. Topics may include Songwriting, genre specific studies, and others. May be repeated for credit when topics vary. Non-music majors only. As warranted.

  
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    MULT 295 - Special Topics


    1-12 Credit(s)

  
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    MULT 298 - Tutorial


    1-3 Credit(s)

  
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    MULT 395 - Special Topics


    1-12 Credit(s)

  
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    MULT 398 - Tutorial


    1-3 Credit(s)

  
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    MULT 495 - Special Topics


    1-12 Credit(s)

  
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    MULT 498 - Tutorial


    1-3 Credit(s)


Performance (Music Majors Only)

Courses are offered each semester unless otherwise designated.

  
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    @MUCP 131 - Introduction to Diction


    2 Credit(s)

    Introduction to Diction is a course designed to introduce students to the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA); to offer experience in recognizing the IPA symbols and producing the appropriate sounds that the symbols represent; and to gain practical experience in transcribing the symbols. As this course is a prerequisite course for all other lyric diction courses, gaining ease and fluency with the IPA as well as with the anatomy and physiology necessary to make the sounds is its major goal. Fall and Spring.

  
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    MUCP 195 - Special Topics


    1-12 Credit(s)

  
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    MUCP 198 - Tutorial


    1-3 Credit(s)

  
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    @MUCP 209 - Conducting I


    1 Credit(s)

    Non-verbal communication, beat patterns, use of the left hand, entrances and releases, dynamics, styles of articulation, baton technique. Fall.

    Prerequisite(s): MUCB 103 .
  
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    @MUCP 231 - English Diction


    2 Credit(s)

    The student will have the opportunity to develop and demonstrate a basic understanding of the principles of lyric diction: pronunciation, enunciation, articulation and expression; further their understanding of the International Phonetic Alphabet; develop fluency and ease in transcribing text from the specific language to IPA; and gain experience singing in the language. Spring.

    Prerequisite(s): @MUCP 131 .
  
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    @MUCP 232 - English Diction II


    1 Credit(s)

    The student will have the opportunity to further apply the skills of the IPA, the basics of grammar, transcription and repetition, using larger portions of the poetic repertoire, and focus more intently on the advanced subtleties of lyric diction as it relates to poetic content, analysis, translation, and interpretation. Spring.

    Prerequisite(s): @MUCP 231 .
  
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    @MUCP 233 - Italian Diction I


    2 Credit(s)

    The student will have the opportunity to develop and demonstrate a basic understanding of the principles of lyric diction: pronunciation, enunciation, articulation and expression; further their understanding of the International Phonetic Alphabet; develop fluency and ease in transcribing text from the specific language to IPA; and gain experience singing in the language. Fall.

    Prerequisite(s): @MUCP 131 .
  
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    @MUCP 234 - Italian Diction II


    1 Credit(s)

    The student will have the opportunity to further apply the skills of the IPA, the basics of grammar, transcription and repetition, using larger portions of the poetic repertoire, and focus more intently on the advanced subtleties of lyric diction as it relates to poetic content, analysis, translation, and interpretation. Fall.

    Prerequisite(s): @MUCP 233 .
  
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    @MUCP 235 - French Diction


    2 Credit(s)

    The student will have the opportunity to develop and demonstrate a basic understanding of the principles of lyric diction: pronunciation, enunciation, articulation and expression; further their understanding of the International Phonetic Alphabet; develop fluency and ease in transcribing text from the specific language to IPA; and gain experience singing in the language. Fall.

    Prerequisite(s): @MUCP 131 .
  
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    @MUCP 236 - French Diction II


    1 Credit(s)

    The student will have the opportunity to further apply the skills of the IPA, the basics of grammar, transcription and repetition, using larger portions of the poetic repertoire, and focus more intently on the advanced subtleties of lyric diction as it relates to poetic content, analysis, translation, and interpretation. Fall.

    Prerequisite(s): @MUCP 235 .
  
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    @MUCP 237 - German Diction


    2 Credit(s)

    The student will have the opportunity to develop and demonstrate a basic understanding of the principles of lyric diction: pronunciation, enunciation, articulation and expression; further their understanding of the International Phonetic Alphabet; develop fluency and ease in transcribing text from the specific language to IPA; and gain experience singing in the language. Spring.

    Prerequisite(s): @MUCP 131 .
  
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    @MUCP 238 - German Diction II


    1 Credit(s)

    The student will have the opportunity to further apply the skills of the IPA, the basics of grammar, transcription and repetition, using larger portions of the poetic repertoire, and focus more intently on the advanced subtleties of lyric diction as it relates to poetic content, analysis, translation, and interpretation. Spring.

    Prerequisite(s): @MUCP 237 .
  
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    MUCP 295 - Special Topics


    1-12 Credit(s)

  
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    MUCP 298 - Tutorial


    1-3 Credit(s)

  
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    @MUCP 301 - The Art of Practicing


    3 Credit(s)

    Do you ever feel frustrated or bored in the practice room? Do you wish you had better practice strategies? This course will explore effective and expressive practice methods that will help you get the most out of your practice sessions. You will learn to analyze problems and find technical and musical reasons behind difficulties, and learn how to approach solving them. You will learn to analyze others’ practice techniques and your own through performances in class, and will keep a detailed practice log that will reveal trends in your practice time and effectiveness. Open to instrumentalists only. As warranted.

  
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    @MUCP 303 - Performance Practices for Singers I


    3 Credit(s)

    Development of professional and interpretive aspects of singing and vocal arts within a collegial and supportive environment. Primary attention is given towards the preparation and performance of solo audition material (individual arias and musical theatre songs) and professional portfolio. Readings and discussion of current topics relevant to vocal performance also addressed along with some attention to performance in small groups/scenes. Though this course is required for Vocal Performance majors, all music majors (and theatre or dance majors with instructor permission) are welcome to enroll. A class limit of 15 is strictly enforced to ensure that participants enjoy adequate performance time. The ability to independently prepare music is required to successfully participate in this course. Fall and Spring.

  
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    @MUCP 305 - Performance Practices for Singers II


    2 Credit(s)

    Development of professional and interpretive aspects of singing and vocal arts within a collegial and supportive environment. Primary attention is given towards the preparation and performance of an entire solo audition package for a specific venue. Readings and discussion of current topics relevant to vocal performance. Development of professional portfolio. Spring.

    Prerequisite(s): @MUCP 303 .
  
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    @MUCP 309 - Conducting II


    1 Credit(s)

    Continuation of @MUCP 209 . Rehearsal technique, musical terminology, transposition, a symmetrical meters, mixed meters, left hand independence, error detection, fermatas, and more specific conducting problems. Students will be expected to combine conducting skills with clear verbal communication in simulated rehearsal situations. Spring.

    Prerequisite(s): @MUCP 209 .
  
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    @MUCP 310 - Potsdam Community Chorus


    1 Credit(s)

    A non-auditioned choral ensemble for liberal arts students, college faculty and staff, community members and music majors. Quality literature representing the wide choral spectrum is studied and performed at one major concert each semester. All music majors must also concurrently rehearse weekly and perform in Crane Chorus to fulfill the required ensemble credit.

  
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    @MUCP 311 - Conducting III


    2 Credit(s)

    Non-verbal communication concepts designed to evoke specific timbres, improved intonation, rhythmic accuracy, phrasing, and dynamics, methods of score study, critical listening, and rehearsal techniques as they apply in a range of performance settings. Fall and Spring.

    Prerequisite(s): @MUCP 309 . Upper division elective only.
  
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    @MUCP 322 - Instrumental Repertory & Pedagogy I


    2 Credit(s)

    This course will explore a breadth of repertoire, resources, and pedagogical approaches specific to the student’s primary instrument/voice. As warranted.

  
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    @MUCP 323 - Instrumental Repertory & Pedagogy II


    2 Credit(s)

    Continuation of @MUCP 322 , Instrumental Repertory & Pedagogy I. As warranted.

  
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    @MUCP 324 - Piano Literature


    2 Credit(s)

    Classes consist of a general survey of the major works for the piano by the major composers of all eras. This course can be repeated for credit one with instructor permission. As warranted.

  
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    @MUCP 330 - Vocal Pedagogy


    2 Credit(s)

    Vocal Pedagogy introduces students to both the art and science of teaching voice. This is accomplished through defining terms, learning basic vocal anatomy and understanding and communicating the fundamentals of vocal technique and vocal health. Approximately two-thirds of this course utilizes a lecture and discussion format. The other one-third is dedicated to the practical application of information presented in the form of mock voice lessons. A minimum of Sophomore standing required. Spring.

  
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    @MUCP 331 - Vocal Coaching Seminar


    1 Credit(s)

    Weekly performance seminar for performance majors deals with all musical aspects of the art of singing: musical phrasing and interpretation, meaning of the text, correct and proper lyric and expressive diction, and ensemble between pianist and singer. Fall and Spring.

  
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    @MUCP 332 - Russian Diction


    2 Credit(s)

    The student will develop and demonstrate a basic understanding of Russian lyric diction, including familiarity with the Cyrillic alphabet, pronunciation, enunciation, articulation and expression, utilizing the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA). The student will achieve basic proficiency in transcribing text to IPA and will apply these skills to singing in the Russian vocal repertoire. As warranted.

    Prerequisite(s): @MUCP 131 .
  
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    @MUCP 343 - Art of Accompanying Seminar


    1 Credit(s)

    The student will have the opportunity to begin to develop collaborative skills essential for successful musical partnerships at the keyboard, including sight reading, sense of ensemble, process of rehearsing with vocalists and instrumentalists, communication on stage, and work on different styles of music. Coaching, short presentation of the piece, listening, and discussing the recordings is involved. Final recital performance requires 10 minutes of music. Fall and Spring.

  
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    @MUCP 344 - Accompanying


    0 Credit(s)

  
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    @MUCP 345 - Piano Lessons


    1 Credit(s)

    Students take weekly half-hour lessons with Crane student instructors enrolled in Piano Pedagogy and Practicum III. Lessons are supervised by the instructor of Piano Pedagogy and Practicum III. Fall and Spring.

    Prerequisite(s): @MUCC 204  or @MUCC 302 .
  
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    @MUCP 346 - Bassoon Orchestral Studies


    1 Credit(s)

    Designed primarily for bassoon majors to develop their skills as orchestral performers and study some of the most requested bassoon excerpts. Fall and Spring.

  
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    @MUCP 347 - Oboe Orchestral Studies


    1 Credit(s)

    Designed for primarily oboe performance majors to study the major oboe and English horn excerpts from orchestral literature. Fall and Spring.

  
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    @MUCP 348 - Flute Orchestral Studies


    1 Credit(s)

    Designed primarily for flute majors to study ensemble concepts and major flute and piccolo excerpts from orchestral literature through the study of complete parts, scores and various recordings. Orchestral routine and the job of each section member to be discussed. Some memorization of materials required. Fall and Spring.

  
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    @MUCP 349 - Clarinet Orchestral Studies


    1 Credit(s)

    Provides an opportunity for students to learn the art of auditioning, examine selected excerpts and scores, critique others, and be critiqued in a master class setting. Fall and Spring.

  
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    @MUCP 366 - Chamber Music With Piano


    1 Credit(s)

    Weekly coachings in selected chamber music repertoire for piano with one or more instruments, culminating in a final performance. Interested students should seek to form a chamber ensemble prior to registering for the course, or contact the instructor for assistance. Repertoire will be chosen in consultation with the instructor. As warranted.

  
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    MUCP 395 - Special Topics


    1-12 Credit(s)

  
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    @MUCP 395V - Special Topics Travel Course


    2 Credit(s)

    Spring.

  
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    @MUCP 396 - Opera Orchestra


    0 Credit(s)

  
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    MUCP 398 - Tutorial


    1-3 Credit(s)

  
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    @MUCP 405 - Teaching Instruments to Non-Majors


    1-2 Credit(s)

    Students teach a weekly instrumental lesson to a college non-major. Student teachers are responsible for writing a studio policy and developing an individualized plan of student learning for the semester. Students may teach one student for one credit, or two students for two credits. Fall and Spring.

  
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    @MUCP 407 - Teaching Voice to Non-Majors


    1-2 Credit(s)

    Students provide private vocal instruction to non-music majors in order to develop skills needed to teach voice lessons in public school music programs. Students may teach one student for one credit, or two students for two credits. Fall and Spring.

    Prerequisite(s): 4 semesters of college level vocal study or successful completion of a Level A in voice.
  
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    @MUCP 418 - Vocal Coaching


    1 Credit(s)

    Coaching for advanced vocal students. In-depth musical work on interpretation and performance of vocal repertoire. Fall and Spring.

  
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    @MUCP 430 - Art Song Repertoire


    0-3 Credit(s)

    This performance course explores the output of the major song composers chronologically, with a balance between historical overview in the form of lecture and readings with in-class performances and discussion by participants. Particular attention is paid to the concurrent literary and artistic movements as they relate to the songs of the period. Each offering will focus on a specific topic within the repertoire, such as American/English, French, or German, as announced. As warranted.

  
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    MUCP 495 - Special Topics


    1-12 Credit(s)

  
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    MUCP 498 - Tutorial


    1-3 Credit(s)

  
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    @MUCP 499 - Senior Recital Performance


    1 Credit(s)

    The hour recital for performance majors, typically taken during the final semester of study. Fall and Spring.

    Corequisite(s): @MUCS 430 .
  
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    @MUCP 518 - Vocal Coaching


    1 Credit(s)

    Coaching for advanced vocal students. In-depth musical work on interpretation and performance of vocal repertoire. As warranted.

  
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    MUCP 541 - Advanced Conducting Techniques


    2 Credit(s)

    Study of advanced conducting problems. Special emphasis on 20th century works and recitatives.

  
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    MUCP 553 - Ghanaian Drumming and Dancing


    3 Credit(s)

    Provides extended experiences in West African music and dance. While focusing on selected drumming and dance styles, participants will have the opportunity to explore the expression of music and dance within Ghanaian culture. Topics examined include the time line as a vehicle for organizing sound in time and space, the nature of the aural/ oral learning and teaching process, and the role of community within Ghanaian music and dance traditions.

  
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    MUCP 595 - Special Topics


    1-3 Credit(s)

  
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    MUCP 603 - Performance Practices for Singers


    3 Credit(s)

    Development of professional and interpretive aspects of singing and vocal arts with attention given to the preparation and performance of solo audition material, and the developing of a professional portfolio.

  
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    MUCP 618 - Vocal Coaching


    1 Credit(s)

    Coaching for graduate vocal students. In-depth musical work on interpretation and performance of vocal repertoire.

  
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    MUCP 630 - Opera Production Workshop


    3 Credit(s)

    Scene and costume construction directed and supervised by the instructor and professional technical staff. One full production of an opera, operetta or musical comedy is undertaken each semester.

  
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    MUCP 633 - Graduate Diction Seminar


    2 Credit(s)

    An in-depth exploration of lyric diction in the four major languages: Italian, French, German, and English. Other languages may be approached as well depending on the repertoire needs of the students enrolled. Note: Course can be repeated for credit when topic changes.  As warranted.

  
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    MUCP 640 - Literature and Pedagogy


    2 Credit(s)

    Etude and solo literature in the student’s major performing medium; study and discussion of teaching methods and strategies appropriate for the medium.

  
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    MUCP 643 - Art of Accompanying Seminar


    1 Credit(s)

    Students will have the opportunity to develop collaborative skills essential for successful musical partnerships at the keyboard, including sight reading, sense of ensemble, process of rehearsing with vocalists and instrumentalists, and communication on stage. Students will be expected to work on different styles of music.

  
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    MUCP 648 - Flute Orchestral Studies


    3 Credit(s)

    Study of ensemble concepts and major flute and piccolo excerpts from the orchestral literature through the study of complete parts, scores, and recordings. Orchestral routine and the responsibility of each section member will be discussed. Some memorization of materials is required. Designed for flute students pursuing the MM degree in Performance.

  
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    MUCP 681 - Chamber Music


    1 Credit(s)

    Study and rehearsal of representative chamber works in the student’s major performance medium under the guidance of an instructor.

  
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    MUCP 695 - Special Topics


    1-3 Credit(s)


Performance Ensembles

Courses are offered each semester unless otherwise designated.

Note: Ensembles are conducted and/or coached by faculty members and usually give scheduled public performances. Membership in performance ensembles is by audition except where indicated (*).

  
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    @MUAP 115 - Campus/Community Band*


    1 Credit(s)

    Non-auditioning concert band for Crane music majors, Liberal Arts students, college faculty and staff, and community members who play wind, brass, percussion, electronic, keyboard, guitar, drum set, or non-traditional instruments. Weekly rehearsals on a variety of concert band music of different genres culminate in a final exam informal performance. All students collaborate in teams by designing, delivering, or assisting in music projects to investigate meaningful understandings of our chosen literature. The course is especially helpful for Crane music majors who wish to gain leadership experience utilizing the Curious, Collaborative Creativity (CCC) approach of instruction on secondary instruments. Fall and Spring.

  
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    MUAP 195 - Special Topics


    1-12 Credit(s)

  
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    MUAP 198 - Tutorial


    1-3 Credit(s)

  
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    @MUAP 294 - Opera Workshop


    1 Credit(s)

    Students in this course will have the opportunity to hone the theatrical skills associated with opera performance, including stagecraft, characterization, communication and language skills, stylistic integrity, and body awareness. The course will cover topics such as stage deportment, acting and improvisation techniques, character and scene analysis, and stage combat. The course may also include performances of opera scenes. As warranted.

  
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    MUAP 295 - Special Topics


    1-12 Credit(s)

  
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    MUAP 298 - Tutorial


    1-3 Credit(s)

  
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    @MUAP 310 - Potsdam Community Chorus*


    1 Credit(s)

    A non-auditioned choral ensemble for liberal arts students, college faculty and staff, community members and music majors. Quality literature representing the wide choral spectrum is studied and performed at one major concert each semester. All music majors must also concurrently rehearse weekly and perform in Crane Chorus to fulfill the required ensemble credit. Fall and Spring.

  
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    @MUAP 320 - West African Drumming and Dancing Ensemble


    1 Credit(s)

    Gen Ed: AE credit.
    In this course, students will learn to perform music from Ghana, Togo and neighboring countries of West Africa, culminating in a final performance for the Crane and Potsdam community at the end of the semester. Weekly rehearsals will focus on learning timeline patterns, drum patterns, song melodies, dance movements, foreign language texts, aural and listening skills, improvisation, and multiple-part playing associated with the selected repertoire. No previous experience required. Fall and Spring.

  
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    @MUAP 336 - Saxophone Quartets


    1 Credit(s)

    Permission of instructor required. This course will include weekly coaching sessions through the semester discussing and implementing elements of chamber music playing through an ensemble experience. Proper attention to intonation, blending, phrase shaping and performance etiquette will be addressed. Ensembles are expected to arrive at each coaching session prepared and having rehearsed a minimum of one time between coachings. Ensembles will perform at least once during the semester of the course. Fall and Spring.

  
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    @MUAP 338 - Repertory Percussion Ensemble


    1 Credit(s)

    Open to percussion students and to those who successfully audition for the ensemble. The ensemble performs in concert standard literature representing the functional and aesthetic styles of compositions. The ensemble rehearses in a workshop setting where student can guest conduct and perform, as well as in chamber music settings. Fall and Spring.

  
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    @MUAP 340 - Crane Trumpet Ensemble


    1 Credit(s)

  
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    @MUAP 341 - Crane Marimba Ensemble


    1 Credit(s)

    Composed of percussion students and those who play marimba and to those who successfully audition for the ensemble. The ensemble learns and performs music composed for the marimba band and is featured on the percussion ensemble concert, as well as in informal settings. Fall and Spring.

  
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    @MUAP 347 - Early Music Ensemble


    1 Credit(s)

  
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    @MUAP 350 - Crane Chorus*


    0.5 Credit(s)

    A non-auditioned choral ensemble open to all students on campus. Co-registration in one of the major choral ensembles (@MUAP 355 , @MUAP 356 , @MUAP 357 , or @MUAP 358 ) is normally required and must occur to fulfill the required major ensemble credit. One major concert is scheduled at the end of each semester. Fall and Spring.

 

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