008 Symphonic Winds (1) Performance of standard wind ensem­ ble literature. For advanced wind and percussion playe rs. Membership by audition . 009 Handbell Choir (1) Performance of a wide spectrum of handbell literature as separate ensem­ ble and in conjunction with other instrumental and vocal ensembles. Membership byaudition.

480 Directed Research (1-3) Independent study in areas such as history, literature, pedagogy, church music. Each student assigned to a fac­ ulty member for guidance and evalua­ tion. Prerequisites: junior or senior standing and consent of instructor. 481 Internship in Musical Theater (1-3) The placement of students in a profes­ sional or semi-professional work arena, and/or study outside of the university setting. Students will be assigned to work specifically with a theater organi­ zation in production and perfonnance. Each intern will be provided supervi­ sion and evaluation by the theater organization supervisor as well as by Biola's Musical Theater Coordinator. 490 Senior Recital (2) Preparation for senior level perfor­ mance major (60-minute recital). Credit/ no credit course. Ensembles 001 Bioia Chorale (1) Performance of standard choral litera­ ture representing a variety of styles and periods. Membership by audition. 002 Chamber Music Ensemble (1) Encompasses a wide variety of chamber grouping and chamber music literature. The following ensemble combinations are commonly organ ized under this heading: brass quinte~ woodwind quin­ tet, flute ensemble, string quartet, per­ cussion ensemb le, piano chamber ensembles. Open to keyboard and other instrumental students by audition. 003 Chamber Orchestra (1) Performance of standard chamber music literature encompassing a wide variety of styles and periods. Member­ ship by audition . 004 University Singers (1) Performance of traditional and con­ temporary Gospel music. Member­ sh ip by audition. 007 Jau Ensemble (1) To provide music education majors and other interested students experi­ ence in jazz techniques and literature. A large volume and wide variety of lit­ erature is played, discussed and evalu­ ated as to its prospective use at the various levels of secondary and coll e­ giate education. At least one public performance per semester is sched­ uled. Membership by audition.

350 A Advanced Keyboard Skills (1) This course is designed to teach church service playing sk ill s at an advanced level to pianists and organ­ ists. Areas of work include: hannoniza­ tion, transposition , modulation , impro­ visation , hymn playing, accompanying (solo and choral ) and repertoire. 360 A, B Piano Accompanying (2) Study and performance of ,piano accompan iment for vocal and instru­ mental literature; discussion of styles and performance practices; experi­ ence in public performance. 370 Junior Recital (0) Preparation for junior level applied major 30-minute recital. Credit/ no credit; no tuition. 381 Church Music Principles - Philosophy and Practice (3) Music of the Bible. Music in multicul­ tural churches. 382 Church Music Leadership - Administration (3) Planning and organizing worship ser­ vices and other church events involv­ ing music. Conducting music ensem­ bles and congregational singing. Work with the pastoral staff and vo l­

Section B will build on Section A material by focusing on sub-text and character analyzation in musical the­ ater material. It will also deal with more musically comp lex material. Prerequisite: section Aor consent. 393 Musical Theater Performance and Production (1-3) The rehearsal and performance of major musical theater works and/ or revues. Audition required. 410 Music Cultures of the World (3) An introductory study of the interrela­ tionships between music and culture through the examination of the music of varying cultures. Basic elements of music as they are found in world cul­ tures will be studied with specific application to the work of the church. 420 Special Studies in Music Literature (2) An in-<lepth studyof music literature as it relates to specific instruments, ensem­ bles, periods of history, geographical locations, individual composers or ethnic groups. One or more sections offered every year in areas such as piano litera­ ture, choral literature, organ literature, instrumen tal literature (strings, wood­ winds, brass, percussion instruments), American music, the symphony, the string quarte~ the concerto, the sonata. 430 Pedagogy (2) For the private teacher. Practical pro­ cedures in training a student in gen­ era l musicianship , memorization , proper practice habits, sight-reading and other areas peculiar LO specific instruments. Survey of graded litera­ ture and methods. Sections will be offered in areas such as: piano, organ, voice, wind and orchestral instruments. 440 Church Music (2) The biblical foundation for church music; its historical development; cur­ rent trends; the development of a church music program. 450 Music Practicum (1-3) Fieldwork experience in music under the supervision of the music faculty and professionals in the field. Open to junior and senior music majors with the consent of the music faculty. 460 Principal Applied Instruction (1-3) Beyond degree requirements , any music degree objective. Same areas of instruction as under 121 and 13 I above. (For music majors.) 470 Senior Recital/Final Project (0) Preparation for senior level music education major (30-minute recital ).

unteers. Communication skills. 383 Congregational Music (3)

Hymns, songs, praise and worship music, ethnic music, accompaniments. 384 Church Music Literature (2) Choir, keyboard instruments, drama resources, art , symbolism, banners ,

audio-visual techniques. 390 Opera Workshop (1-3)

The study and performance of cham­ ber operas , one-act ope ras, scenes from major operas and selected Broadway musicals. Open to all stu­ dents by audition. 391 Musical Theater Literature (2) The study of song literature of the musi­ cal theater repertoire. Each semester will focus on a different histori cal period or particular composer(s) . The context and contribution to the devel­ opment of the musical theater genre of each historical period and/ or composer will be examined. Lecture, demonstra­ tion , audio and video recordings, and student perfonnance will be employed. 392 A/B Musical Theater Performance Techniques (2) Section A will include the study of basic performance techniques and the analysis of musical theater material. Included will be stage presence and audition preparation.

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