2007-2008 College Catalogue by UCI - University of California Irvine

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118 i uci 2007-08 • claire trevor school of the arts upper-division 122a·b-c piano literature 2·2·2 f w s survey of stringed keyboard literature from the english virginalists through twentieth-century composers historical formal and stylistic considerations of music presented performances by class participants and occasional outside guests prerequisites music 16a-b-c 126 piano pedagogy 2 the materials and methods of piano instruction are examined and evaluated 135 advanced counterpoint 4 advanced exercises and composition in two and three-part tonal writing canon and fugue as well as some contemporary forms prerequisite music 43 136 instrumentation 4 ranges and capabilities of modern orchestral instruments exercise in writing for various combinations of wind string and percussion instruments and for full orchestra prerequisite music 16c note courses in the 140-148 sequence are for music majors and include such topics as the motet in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries 140 renaissance keyboard music 141 the cantatas of bach 142 mozart s operas 143 early nineteenth-century opera 144 schoenberg bart6k and stravinsky 145 duke ellington miles davis and billie holliday 146 topics vary from quarter to quarter each course may be repeated for credit some topics courses are open to nonmajors 140 studies in medievalmusic 4 159 vocal pedagogy 2 survey about the physical structure of the singing mechanism science and philosophy of studio instruction 160 university orchestra 2 f w s study and performance of standard orchestral repertory and works by contemporary composers emphasis on ensemble techniques including articulation balance phrasing expression accompanying two concerts per quarter musicians required to attend all rehearsals by audition only may be repeated for credit 160l orchestral thtorial 1 to 2 f w s tutorial instruction for individual players in the university orchestra combining private instruction with independent practice corequisite music 160 open to nonmajors only with consent of department of music and instructor may be repeated for credit 161 wind ensemble 2 f w s advanced ensemble devoted to the study and performance of music written for varying combinations of wind and percussion instruments concerts typically include works for small groups as well as those for full symphonic wind ensemble membership open to both music majors and nonm~ors by audition only may be repeated for credit 162 university chorus 2 f w s included in the university chorus are concert choir madrigal singers men s chorus women s chorus each quarter a major concert is prepared often with orchestral accompaniment membership is open by audition may be repeated for credit 162l basic voice lab 2 f w s vocal technique and musicianship for selected singers in uci s choral organizations not open to music majors corequisite music 162 prerequisite consent of director of the choral group may be repeated for credit 162p university chorus accompanying 2 f w s keyboard accompanying for one of the uci choral organizations with individual coaching in sight reading score reading and other accompanying skills prerequisite consent of instructor may be repeated for credit 141 studies in renaissance music 4 142 studies in baroque music 4 143 studies in classical music 4 144 studies in romantic music 4 prerequisite when offered for upperdivision writing satisfactory completion of the lower-division writing requirement 145 studies in twentieth-century music 4 prerequisites satisfactory completion of the lower-division writing requirement and upper-division standing 146 studies in jazz music 4 147 studies in music technology 4f w s specialized topics in electronic music computer-aided music and other aspects of music technology 148 studies in ethnomusicology 4 150 composition 4 f w s exercises and projects for diverse instrumental-vocal combinations contemporary techniques and problems participation in the improvisation ensemble and working with electronic media prerequisite music 16c or consent of instructor may be repeated for credit 151 computer music composition 4 w exercises in the composition of music uniquely possible by computer including digital signal processing computer control of synthesizers and processors and algorithmic composition demonstrations and musical analyses in class considerable studio work outside class prerequisite music 51 or consent of instructor 152 interactive arts programming 4 s study of artistic issues and programming techniques involved in the development of interactive computer art and music theoretical background basic tenets of programming and practical exercises in programming interactive computer multimedia art prerequisite music 151 or studio art 106 or consent of instructor 155a-b analysis 4·4 f w methods of formal analysis applicable to all western musical styles additive continuous transformational and hierarchic forms rhythm texture and sonority as form and process prerequisites music 16d and 40b-c or equivalent satisfactory completion of the lowerdivision writing requirement 156a-b-c song literature 2-2-2 f w s a survey of song literature designed as an overview of the song repertoire 156a german lieder 156b songs of other european languages 156c national schools 157 advanced study in composition 2 f w s individual weekly lessons in composition prerequisite music 150 open only to upper-division music majors may be taken for credit six times 158a·b·c diction 2·2-2 f w s in-depth study of the international phonetic alphabet ipa including its transcription and pronunciation and its application for singers 158a introduction to ipa and italian diction 158b french diction 158c german diction 162s summer choir 2 summer participants with all levels of experience or inexperience are encouraged to join this class each meeting is a rehearsal where students learn basic choral singing techniques and apply those techniques to choral repertoire pass/not pass only may be repeated for credit 164 opera workshop 2 f w s students participate in staged performances of scenes from complete operas the aim is to broaden the repertoire of singers by offering them opportunities to become acquainted with a wide variety of operatic roles 164p opera workshop accompanying 2 f w s training in techniques and operatic repertory for keyboard players prerequisite consent of instructor may be repeated for credit 165 advanced study in piano 2 f w s designed to give students the technique musical insight and performance experience for interpreting works of the piano literature in concert performances private weekly lessons open to music m~ors only may be repeated for credit 166 advanced study for string instruments 2 f w s private weekly open to music majors and minors only corequisite music 160 161 162 or 178 may be repeated for credit le~sons 166p string accompaniment 2 f w s chamber ensemble experience with the solo string repertory for keyboard participation in the weekly string master class performance in public recitals prerequisite consent of instructor may be taken for credit three times 167 advanced study for wind instruments 2 f w s private weekly lessons open to music majors and minors only corequisite music 160 161 162 or 178 may be repeated for credit 168 advanced study in voice 2 f w s designed for voice majors students are selected by audition private weekly lessons corequisite concurrent enrollment in music 162 or 171 may be repeated for credit 169 advanced study for percussion instruments 2 f w s private weekly lessons corequisite music 160 161 or 178 as assigned by the department open to music majors only may be repeated for credit 170 advanced study for guitar and lute 2 f w s private weekly lessons corequisite music 174 open to music majors and minors only may be repeated for credit 171 chamber singers 2 f w s a select ensemble specializing in vocal chamber music from all periods frequent performances on and off campus membership is open to all singers by audition may be repeated for credit uc irvine 2007-2008