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Central Community College Columbus

 

Music Department

 

Course Descriptions

(Note: Not all courses are offered each semester. Check current college publications, or contact the Music Department for details.)

 

 

MUSC 1010 Introduction to Music                                               3

An overview of the history of Western music, from the mid­dle ages to modern times. Includes the elements of music, his­torical style periods, and major composers and selected works. For the non-music major. Unit Credits: 1-1, 2-1, 3-1. (45/0/0/0)


MUSC 1050 Class Piano                                                                  1

Class instruction in the basics of piano technique and read­ing skills. No previous piano experience required. May include performance on a departmental recital. May be repeated for a maximum of four credits. (15/0/0/0)

MUSC 1060 Class Voice                                                                  1

Class instruction in the fundamental techniques of vocal production, including breath management, tone quality and dic­tion. Group and solo repertoire will include various styles. May include performance on a departmental recital. May be repeated for a maximum of four credits. (15/0/0/0)

MUSC 1070 Music Fundamentals                                                  3

An introduction to written notation and basic concepts of music, including pitch, rhythm, time signatures, key signatures, scales, intervals, chords and terminology. Includes ear-training applications of the material throughout the course. (45/0/0/0)

MUSC 1410 Chorus                                                                          1

Vocal ensemble for the study and performance of choral lit­erature. Two performances required each semester. No formal audition required. May be repeated for a maximum of four cred­its. (0/30/0/0)

MUSC 1430 Concert Band                                                              1

Instrumental ensemble for the study and performance of concert band literature. Two performances required each semes­ter. No audition required. May be repeated for a maximum of four hours credit. (0/30/0/0)

MUSC 1440 Instrumental Jazz                                                      1

Small ensemble for the study and performance of instru­mental jazz literature. Two performances required each semes­ter. Audition required. May be repeated for a maximum of four credits. (0/30/0/0)

MUSC 1470 Music Theory I                                                            3

Prereq. MUSC 1070 or permission of instructor

The study of traditional harmony and musical structure, including aspects of melody and tonal functional harmony.. Unit Credits: 1-1, 2-1, 3-1. (30/30/0/0)

MUSC 1480 Music Theory II                                                          3

A continuation of MUSC 1470. The study of traditional harmony and musical structure, including tonal functional har­mony, 16th century counterpoint, and Baroque compositional techniques. Unit Credits: 1-1, 2-1, 3-1. (30/30/0/0)

MUSC 1500 Applied Music—Lower Brass I                              1

Individual instruction on trombone, euphonium or tuba, consisting of weekly lessons to be arranged with the instructor. Includes participation in a departmental recital. May be repeat­ed for a maximum of two credits. (0/30/0/0)

MUSC 1510 Applied Music—Percussion I                                 1

Individual instruction on percussion instruments, consisting of weekly lessons to be arranged with the instructor. Includes participation in a departmental recital. May be repeated for a maximum of two credits. (0/30/0/0)

MUSC 1520 Applied Music—Upper Brass I                               1

Individual instruction on trumpet or French horn, consist­ing of weekly lessons to be arranged with the instructor. Includes participating in a departmental recital. May be repeat­ed for a maximum of two credits. (0/30/0/0)

MUSC 1530 Applied Music—Piano I                                           1

Individual instruction on piano consisting of a weekly stu­dio class and private lessons to be arranged with the instructor. Includes participation in a departmental recital. May be repeat­ed for a maximum of two credits. (0/30/0/0)

MUSC 1540 Applied Music—Bass I                                             1

Individual instruction on string and electric bass to be arranged with the instructor. May be repeated for a maximum of two hours credit. (0/30/0/0)

MUSC 1560 Applied Music—Voice I                                           1

Individual instruction in vocal technique and repertoire, including a weekly studio class and a private lesson to be arranged with the instructor. Includes performance in a depart­mental recital. May be repeated for a maximum of two credits. (0/30/0/0)

MUSC 1580 Applied Music—Woodwind I                                   1

Individual instruction on flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon or saxophone, consisting of weekly lessons to be arranged with the instructor. Includes participation in a departmental recital. May be repeated for a maximum of two credits. (0/30/0/0)

MUSC 1620 Small Ensemble—Vocal                                           1

The study and performance of vocal ensemble literature, from Early Music to 21st century repertoire. Audition required. May be repeated for a maximum of four credits. (0/30/0/0)

MUSC 1630 Small Ensemble—Instrumental                             1

The study and performance of chamber repertoire for brass, woodwind and piano. Audition required. May be repeated for a maximum of four credits. (0/30/0/0)

MUSC 1710 Play Production—Musical                                      1

Prereq. Concurrent enrollment in THEA 1710

Participation in rehearsals and performances of musical theater productions. May be repeated for a maximum of four credits. (0/30/0/0)

MUSC 2470 Music Theory III                                                        3

Prereq. MUSC 1480 or permission of instructor

The study of traditional harmony and musical structure, including 18th century counterpoint, chromatic harmony, and techniques and forms of the Classical and Romantic eras.. Unit Credits: 1-1, 2-1, 3-1. (45/0/0/0)

 

MUSC 2480 Music Theory IV                                                         3

Prereq. MUSC 2470 or permission of instructor

The study of traditional harmony and musical structure, including advanced chromatic harmony and twentieth-century compositional techniques. Unit Credits: 1-1, 2-1, 3-1. (45/0/0/0)

MUSC 2490 Music for Elementary Teachers                              3

For students preparing to teach in the elementary school classroom. Includes music fundamentals and the integration of music activities into the elementary curriculum. Unit Credits: 1- 1, 2-1, 3-1. (45/0/0/0)

MUSC 2500 Applied Music—Lower Brass II                              1

A continuation of MUSC 1500. Individual instruction on trombone, euphonium and tuba, consisting of weekly lessons to be arranged with the instructor. Includes participation in a departmental recital. May be repeated for a maximum of two credits. (0/30/0/0)

MUSC 2510 Applied Music—Percussion II                                 1

A continuation of MUSC 1510. Individual instruction on drum trap set, consisting of weekly lessons to be arranged with the instructor. Includes participation in a departmental recital. May be repeated for a maximum of two credits. (0/30/0/0)

MUSC 2520 Applied Music—Upper Brass II                               1

A continuation of MUSC 1520. Individual instruction on trumpet and French horn, consisting of weekly lessons to be arranged with the instructor. Includes participation in a depart­mental recital. May be repeated for a maximum of two credits. (0/30/0/0)

MUSC 2530 Applied Music—Piano II                                           1

A continuation of MUSC 1530. Individual instruction on piano, consisting of a weekly studio class and a private lesson to be arranged with the instructor. Includes participation in a departmental recital. May be repeated for a maximum of two credits. (0/30/0/0)

MUSC 2540 Applied Music—Bass II                                            1

A continuation of MUSC 1540. Individual instruction on string and electric bass to be arranged with the instructor. May be repeated for a maximum of two hours credit. (0/30/0/0)

MUSC 2560 Applied Music—Voice II                                           1

A continuation of MUSC 1560. Individual instruction in vocal technique and repertoire, including a weekly class and a weekly private lesson to be arranged with the instructor. Includes performance in a departmental recital. May be repeat­ed for a maximum of two credits. (0/30/0/0)

MUSC 2580 Applied Music—Woodwind II                                   1

A continuation of MUSC 1580. Individual instruction on flute, oboe, bassoon or saxophone, consisting of weekly lessons to be arranged with the instructor. Includes participation in a departmental recital. May be repeated for a maximum of two credits. (0/30/0/0)

 

MUSC 2600 Aural Skills I                                                              1

          Sight singing of standard music materials; melodic, rhyth­mic and harmonic dictation. (15/0/0/0)

 

MUSC 2610 Aural Skills II                                                           1

Prereq. MUSC 2600

          A continuation of sight singing of standard musical materi­als; melodic, rhythmic and harmonic dictation. (15/0/0/0)

 

MUSC 2700 History of Jazz                                                           3

          The study of the development of jazz as a musical idiom, and its social and historical context. Includes discussion of styles, instruments, prominent composers and performers, and selected works. For non-music majors. Unit Credits: 1-1, 2-1, 3-1. (45/0/0/0)

 

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