MVP: Applied Music: Percussion Courses

College:Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities

Courses

MVP 1311   Applied Music Percussion

2-3 sh (may be repeated for up to 9 sh of credit)

Individual instruction in applied music in percussion. Primarily for music majors of freshman-level standing. Open to others for credit if a music course or ensemble is taken concurrently and faculty schedules permit.

MVP 2321   Applied Music Percussion

2-3 sh (may be repeated for up to 9 sh of credit)

Individual instruction in applied music in percussion. Primarily for music majors of sophomore-level standing. Open to others for credit if a music course or ensemble is taken concurrently and faculty schedules permit.

MVP 2421   Performance: Percussion

2 sh (may be repeated for up to 6 sh of credit)

Individual instruction in applied music in percussion. Primarily for music majors of sophomore-level standing. Open to others for credit if a music course or ensemble is taken concurrently and faculty schedules permit.

MVP 3331   Applied Music Percussion

2-3 sh (may be repeated for up to 9 sh of credit)

Individual instruction in applied music in percussion. Primarily for music majors of junior-level standing. Open to others for credit if a music course or ensemble is taken concurrently and faculty schedules permit.

MVP 3970   Junior Recital - Percussion

1 sh (may not be repeated for credit)

Prior to graduation all students seeking a performance specialization music degree must present at least one-half of a public recital. Permission to give recital is secured from the student's applied teacher at least eight weeks prior to scheduled recital date. Two semesters of 3000 level applied lessons (junior level) and permission is required. Performance majors only.

MVP 4341   Applied Music Percussion

2-3 sh (may be repeated for up to 9 sh of credit)

Individual instruction in applied music in percussion. Primarily for music majors of senior-level standing. Open to others for credit if a music course or ensemble is taken concurrently and faculty schedules permit.

MVP 4971   Senior Recital - Percussion

1-3 sh (may not be repeated for credit)

Prior to graduation all students seeking a music degree must present a complete public recital. Permission to give a recital is secured from students' applied teacher at least eight weeks prior to a scheduled recital date. Performance majors will be required to register for 3 credit hours and Education majors will be required to register for 1 credit hour. Two semesters of 4000 level applied music (senior level) and permission is required.