SPECIAL PROJECTS IN MUSIC. A specialized course for music majors through which they may select one music project and carry it through in note­ book form until it is complete. Projects are selected in conference with the Director of Music. Credit, one hour.

307 FORM AND ANALYSIS. The study of the outstanding forms in music, rondo-form variation, polyphonic, sonata allegro, free forms, suite form and song form. Their origin and development in each musical period. Credit, three hours. 401,402 COMPOSITION. The wntmg of original compositions in small forms for piano, voice, and small ensembles. A course for students who have had no experience in composing. Credit, two hours each semester.


CHURCH MUSIC AND ADMINISTRATION. A theoretical course cover­ ing the necessary approaches to the administrative duties of the minister of music in the church or the teacher or director of music in church schools. Embraces all maintenance of all musical organizations in churches, salary scales, budgets, and discoveries of new approaches to church music problems. Credit, two hours. PRACTICE TEACHING. In practice teaching, candidates for the Degree must spend at least one semester under supervision in some school. A report of the teaching is to be sent to the Director, who locates and makes the assign­ ments. Credit, two hours.


408 THESIS OR RECITAL. A thesis is to be written by the candidate for the Degree. The subject is to be chosen by the student and approved by the thesis committee. A candidate for the Degree must give a senior recital in the major subject. For theory majors the rendition of original compositions may take place of a recital. 409-410 SCHOOL MUSIC METHODS. Gives an approach to teaching music in the day school, using the recognized methods authorized by the State Board of Education for the Elementary grades and for the High School. Credit, two hours each semester.


MUSIC IN RELIGIOUS EDUCATION. Provides a study of music as it is applied to the youth of the church. A careful analysis of the psychological approach to music through all the ages of the Bible School in cooperation with the Christian Eduction Department of the church. A study of all youth choirs. Credit, two hours. CHOIR AND SCHOOL OBSERVATION. A supervised course for music majors. Observations are made through visits to schools and churches, and written reports presented to the Director of the course. Credit, one hour.


415,416 ORCHESTRATION. Teaches the range, transposition, and other character­ istics of all orchestral instruments, as well as practical arranging for the various combinations of the string, woodwind, brass, and percussion instruments. Credit, two hours each semester. BAND. The purpose of the Band is to give the student adequate experience in ensemble playing and to provide an organization in which standard symphonic band literature is played. Credit, two hours each semester. 70

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