1 Music Semester in Greece Spring 2018 Course Listing January 29 June 1, 2018 Application Deadline: October 16, 2017 Arrival day: January 29, 2018 University Orientation: January 30 February 2, 2018 Classes start: February 5, 2018 Classes finish: May 25, 2018 Spring Vacation: April 2-10, 2018 Departure: June 1, 2018 Table of Contents INSTRUMENTS Cello MU404 Double Bass MU405 Guitar for Beginners MU171 Guitar MU409 Percussion MU413 Piano MU380 Piano Studio II MU152 Piano Studio IV MU154 Piano Studio VI MU156 Collaborative Piano MU410 Saxophone MU414 Viola MU403 Violin for Beginners MU157 Violin MU402 Voice for Beginners MU161 Voice MU406 OTHER COURSES Basic Composition II MU462 Intermediate Composition I MU463 Intermediate Composition II MU464 Senior Composition I MU466 Conducting MU380 Ear Training II MU108 Ear Training IV MU208 Fugue MU408 Jazz Improvisation MU180 Jazz Music Theory MU205 Music Theory II MU102 Music Theory IV MU202 Music History IV MU322 Music Organization - Choral MU453 World Music and Cultures MU32
2 Violin for Beginners MU157 Designed for the student who does not have a musical background and would like to learn the fundamentals of violin playing, or the student whose major performing area is the piano. The course stresses basic string techniques and provides an introduction to violin performance. This course is offered to substitute for MU 151 Piano Studio I-II. Voice for Beginners MU161 Designed for beginning voice students without previous knowledge, and those who would like to work on the basic skills of singing, including vocal technique (in speech and singing) and solo vocal performance. Aspects of breathing, support, diction and a variety of vocal literature will be addressed. Guitar for Beginners MU171 Designed for the student who would like to acquire the fundamental skills for playing the guitar. The course stresses basic guitar playing techniques and provides an introduction to guitar performance. World Music and Cultures MU325 Studies the music and musical cultures from around the world. Musical traditions throughout the world are considered through analytical, social, and aesthetic approaches. Introduction to the music and contexts of South America, Africa, India, Japan, and Indonesia. Topics include popular and folk music, music and ritual, communication, and self-expression, with consideration of modal structures, instruments, forms, and performance practices. Discussion of issues such as orientalism (i.e., Western representations of the Orient) and the need to develop cultural identities in once-colonized countries. (This course fulfils the Interdisciplinary and Intercultural category requirement).
3 Music Theory II MU102 Introduces diatonic harmony, diatonic melody and harmony; two-part counterpoint. Students understand chord grammar through study of voice leading, figured bass, and harmonization of melodies. Topics include triads and seventh chords, the diatonic chords in major and minor keys, principles of voice leading, root position part writing, triads in first and second inversion, cadences, phrases and periods. Music Theory IV MU202 Introduces the literature and analysis of music through detailed study of representative compositions. Continued study of tonal and chromatic harmony and voice leading. Composition of small forms. Introduction to instrumentation and scoring. Formal and compositional idioms of the Classical period. Ear Training II MU108 Credits: 1.5 Introduction of chromaticism and modulation within a tonal context. Triplets and compound rhythms. Melodic, harmonic, and rhythmic dictation. a. Diatonic Solfège syllables b. Melodic and harmonic music notation employing scales and intervals and chords c. Intermediate rhythmic music notation including simple and compound meter d. Vocal and keyboard performance of music notation Ear Training IV MU208 Credits: 1.5 Greater emphasis on non-diatonic material is given, more difficult exercises in prepared singing, sight-singing, dictation, and rhythm. This course addresses the aural recognition and cognition of chromatic and modulatory tonal melodies in bass, treble, alto and tenor clefs, and complex rhythms. The material includes all triads and seventh chords with primary and secondary functions, mode mixture, the Neapolitan chord, augmented sixth chords and altered chords.
4 Piano Studio II MU152 Credits: 1 Focus is on developing aural and visual skills that enable students to perform elementary-level piano music. Introduction to sightreading, music theory. Topics will include an introduction to the keyboard, hand position, and music theory. Solo literature appropriate to the level will be studied. Piano Studio IV MU154 Credits: 1 The student will study selected works of contrasting styles from the solo literature. Sight reading and keyboard skills will be further developed. Introduction to keyboard harmony. Topics include major and minor scales, intervals, diatonic triads and seventh chords. Piano Studio VI MU156 Credits: 1 Topics include review of concepts learned in previous classes: diatonic chord progressions in all major and parallel minor keys, harmonization of the major and melodic minor scales, resolution of the dominant seventh chord, and harmonization of a melody using all diatonic triads and the dominant seventh chords. Jazz Improvisation MU180 Credits: 1 Addresses jazz improvisation, the art of manipulating the elements of jazz music in real-time, through guided performance practices. Students will develop improvisational skills, through piano performance. Jazz Music Theory
5 MU205 The study of basic concepts of jazz melody, harmony, rhythm and form. Includes the study of jazz notation, chord progressions, chord voicing, chord relationships, voice- leading, jazz harmonization, chord-scale relationships, improvisational devices, and song forms. Music History IV MU322 Studies the music from Wagner to the present. Provides an overview of nineteenth-century romanticism and twentieth-century classical music, including genres, structures, key composers and their compositions. In addition, it includes references to technical considerations and non-western music and cultural practices as a way to enhance understanding, perspective, and critical thinking. Conducting MU380 Introduces techniques for Conducting, such as conducting patterns applied to elements of interpretation; practice in sight singing; further development of score reading and conducting technique; Basic skills beat patterns, use of each hand, study of musical terminology, transposition, tempi, and dynamics; simple score reading and conducting experience with emphasis on instrumental techniques; and observation and discussion of rehearsal procedure, band and orchestral literature, and performance practice in public schools. Piano MU380 An individual instruction in the study and interpretation of musical literature. Repertoire includes, etudes, scales, arpeggios, sonatas by Scarlatti, Bach s Preludes and Fugues, Sonatas by Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven, Piano pieces by Mendelssohn, Schumann, Chopin, Brahms and Liszt, contemporary piano music by Debussy, Bartók, Ligeti, works by American and Greek composers. Student has to prepare two concert recitals.
6 Violin MU402 An individual instruction in the study and interpretation of musical literature. Repertoire includes etudes, scales, arpeggios, concertos and sonatas by Tartini, Handel, Bach, Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven. Romantic compositions by Schumann, Brahms, Franck, Faure. Also includes works by modern composers such as Ysaÿe, Bartok, Debussy, Ravel and studies of the orchestral repertoire. Viola MU403 An individual instruction in the study and interpretation of musical literature. Repertoire includes etudes, scales, arpeggios, concertos and sonatas by Telemann, Handel, Bach, Stamitz, Hoffmeister, and Mozart. The viola sonatas by Brahms, Shostakovich and Hindemith, and the viola concertos by Walton and Bartók. Special focus on the study of orchestral excerpts. Cello MU404 An individual instruction in the study and interpretation of musical literature. Repertoire studied includes sonatas by Bach, Vivaldi, Beethoven, Brahms, Faure, Grieg, Rachmaninov, Debussy; concertos by Boccherini, Haydn, Schumann, Saint-Saens, Dvořak and Elgar. Special attention will be given to the study of basso continuo and scales, arpeggios, etudes and excerpts of the orchestral repertoire. Double Bass MU405 Individual instruction on the study and interpretation of musical literature. Repertoire includes, scales, arpeggios, etudes, sonatas by Vivaldi, Hindemith, Vasks, Gubaidulina; concertos by Dittersdorf, Krebs, Hoffmeister, and Bottesini. Techniques for the tone, bow, pizzicato, thumb positions, vibrato, fingerings. Special focus on the study of orchestra excerpts.
7 Voice MU406 Individual instruction on the study and interpretation of musical literature. Topics include the correct posture, basic elements of breathing, the vibrato, articulation, developing a practice and warm up routine. Repertoire includes baroque arias, arias from baroque oratorios and passions, lieder by Mozart Beethoven, Schubert, Schumann, Brahms, Wolf, arias from operas by Mozart, Rossini, Verdi, Puccini, Weber, Wagner, Berlioz, Bizet, Gounod, Tchaikovsky; songs written by composers of the 20th century. Fugue MU408 Concentrates on the writing of different types of fugues and on short pieces involving different types of imitation. The material is based on Bach's The Well-Tempered Clavier, Goldberg Variations, Das Musikalische Opfer, and Die Kunst der Fuge. Guitar MU409 Individual instruction on the study and interpretation of musical literature. Repertoire includes etudes, scales, arpeggios, concertos and sonatas by Foscarini, Bartolotti, Corbetta, Sanz, and Weiss. Romantic compositions by Aguado, Albeniz, Arcas, Carulli, Coste, Tarrega, and Barrios. Also includes works by modern composers such as Brower, Granados, Lauro, and Villa-Lobos. Collaborative Piano MU410 This ono-to-one course is offered to piano majors that have completed the sophomore year of their studies, giving them the opportunity of specialization in the Art of Vocal Accompaniment. Articulated in four distinct areas comprising both Art Song and Aria repertoire, the course provides to pianists the diverse stylistic knowledge and practical skills to address vocal repertoire from Baroque to the 21st century. In each semester students will explore one of the following genres: the German Lied, French Mélodie, World Art Song (repertoire not restricted to but focused on Greek and American composers) and the operatic Aria. The course considers issues of diction in the main languages of vocal repertoire and the various performance
8 traditions as well. Student has to prepare two public performances as an accompanist of vocal recitals. Percussion MU413 Study fundamental concepts and techniques of sound production, practice methods, instrument selection, tuning, maintenance, rhythm, sight-reading, aural skills, musical styles and interpretation. Study of seven instrument categories including snare drum, drum set, hand drumming, percussion keyboards, timpani, orchestral accessories, and multiple percussion, in one hour per week private lessons for each semester. Emphasis of solo and chamber music literature, and performance including a recital. Saxophone MU414 An individual instruction in the study and interpretation of musical literature. Saxophone lessons will consist of an overall knowledge of the saxophone in either jazz or classical disciplines. The student, through the preparation of weekly assigned material, will display a command of the instrument and skills necessary to succeed in a variety of musical situations. Music Organization - Choral MU453 Credits: 1.5 Involves the study and performances of the great literature from the choral-symphonic tradition. Open to all by audition. Basic Composition II MU462 Credits: 2 Introduces students to some of the basic problems in musical composition through a series of exercises. Written work modelled on analyses of representative forms. Topics include: composition of music sentences and periods, composition in several idioms such as pandiatonic, atonal, twelve-tone, serial, pointilistic;
9 analysis of representative compositions written in the 20th century; setting lyrics to music; original compositions for different music ensembles; and, contemporary instrumental techniques. Intermediate Composition I MU463 Credits: 2 Introduces students to some of the basic problems in musical composition through a series of exercises. Written work modelled on analyses of representative forms. Topics include: composition of music sentences and periods, composition in several idioms such as pandiatonic, atonal, twelve-tone, serial, pointilistic; analysis of representative compositions written in the 20th century; setting lyrics to music; original compositions for different music ensembles; and, contemporary instrumental techniques. Intermediate Composition II MU464 Credits: 2 Introduces students to some problems in musical composition through a series of exercises. Written work modelled on analyses of representative forms. Written work modelled on analyses of representative forms. Topics include: composition of music sentences and periods, composition in several idioms such as pandiatonic, atonal, twelve-tone, serial, pointilistic; analysis of representative compositions written in the 20th century; setting lyrics to music; original compositions for different music ensembles; and, contemporary instrumental techniques. Senior Composition I MU466 Credits: 2 Introduces students to some problems in musical composition through a series of exercises. Written work modelled on analyses of representative forms. Topics include: composition of music sentences and periods, composition in several idioms such as pandiatonic, atonal, twelve-tone, serial, pointilistic; analysis of representative compositions written in the 20th century; setting lyrics to music; original compositions for different music ensembles; and, contemporary instrumental techniques.
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