Art and Design

Musical Theatre

This course provides students with the opportunity to study vocal and theatrical technique in a musical theatre context.

Learner Outcomes

This course provides students with the opportunity to study vocal and theatrical technique in a musical theatre context.


Section - ART4021-001

Songwriting and Transcription (MUS254)

The course is divided into three parts, and each part constitutes approximately one-third of the semester. Part I focuses on developing aural skills (recognition and notation of intervals, rhythm, and harmony) and the setting of text and music. Part II is a study of standard song structures, harmonic progressions, and notation with the Sibelius music software. Part III will be devoted to song composition. The student will compose at least four songs and notate them with the Sibelius music software.

Prequisites

MUS 108 or 253 (Elementary Music in Action) Completed/C


Section - ART4020-001

Voice 2 (MUS 122B)

This course is a continuation of MUS 121B and develops principles of voice production, correct voice placement, breath control, vocal range, diction, dynamics, phrasing, interpretation, and stage presence. Students perform songs of various styles.

Learner Outcomes

This course is a continuation of MUS 121B and develops principles of voice production, correct voice placement, breath control, vocal range, diction, dynamics, phrasing, interpretation, and stage presence. Students perform songs of various styles.


Section - ART4022-001

Music

Musical Theatre

This course provides students with the opportunity to study vocal and theatrical technique in a musical theatre context.

Learner Outcomes

This course provides students with the opportunity to study vocal and theatrical technique in a musical theatre context.


Section - ART4021-001

Songwriting and Transcription (MUS254)

The course is divided into three parts, and each part constitutes approximately one-third of the semester. Part I focuses on developing aural skills (recognition and notation of intervals, rhythm, and harmony) and the setting of text and music. Part II is a study of standard song structures, harmonic progressions, and notation with the Sibelius music software. Part III will be devoted to song composition. The student will compose at least four songs and notate them with the Sibelius music software.

Prequisites

MUS 108 or 253 (Elementary Music in Action) Completed/C


Section - ART4020-001

Voice 2 (MUS 122B)

This course is a continuation of MUS 121B and develops principles of voice production, correct voice placement, breath control, vocal range, diction, dynamics, phrasing, interpretation, and stage presence. Students perform songs of various styles.

Learner Outcomes

This course is a continuation of MUS 121B and develops principles of voice production, correct voice placement, breath control, vocal range, diction, dynamics, phrasing, interpretation, and stage presence. Students perform songs of various styles.


Section - ART4022-001

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