Music
 

Performance Instruction

Performance Instruction
Private instruction and studio class.
MUSIC
260R
 Hours0.5 - 2.0 Credit, 1.0 Lecture, 1.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesMusic major status.
 NoteFrom one to four hours of daily practice. Fee.
 TaughtFall, Winter, Spring
 ProgramsContaining MUSIC 260R
Course Outcomes: 

Applied Viola Instruction

Students will demonstrate the abillity to perform standard solo repertoire, orchestral excerpts at an appropriate artistic level for their year of study. Students will cultivate technical and musical skills needed to pursue a career in music.

Performance Instruction

By preparing for and attending weekly lessons, students will develop their technique, and strengthen their interpretive skills.

Applied Cello Instruction

Students will acquire the technical and musical skills needed to pursue a career on their respective instruments.

Applied Violin Instruction

Students will acquire the technical and musical skills needed to pursue a career on their respective instruments.

Work Ethic

Students completing this course will be able to:
1. Have the skills to manage anxiety through the implementation of relaxation training.
2. Use mental visualization to enhance their performance and their performance preparation.
3. Use the 5 stages of the performance process to support future performance.
4. Create an optimal performance mindset.
5. Approach a performance with confidence.
6. Break through what is limiting their self expression.
7. Step up, risk and enjoy performing.

Work Ethic

Students completing this course will be able to:
1. Have the skills to manage anxiety through the implementation of relaxation training.
2. Use mental visualization to enhance their performance and their performance preparation.
3. Use the 5 stages of the performance process to support future performance.
4. Create an optimal performance mindset.
5. Approach a performance with confidence.
6. Break through what is limiting their self expression.
7. Step up, risk and enjoy performing.

Work Ethic

Students completing this course will be able to:
1. Have the skills to manage anxiety through the implementation of relaxation training.
2. Use mental visualization to enhance their performance and their performance preparation.
3. Use the 5 stages of the performance process to support future performance.
4. Create an optimal performance mindset.
5. Approach a performance with confidence.
6. Break through what is limiting their self expression.
7. Step up, risk and enjoy performing.

Work Ethic

Students will apply their knowledge of songwriting they have learned from other courses directly to their projects for this course. Although songwriting isn't directly taught in this course, it is expected that students apply proven songwriting techniques. This includes song form, the craft of lyric writing, using a golden brick, writing proper bridges, introductions, chord progressions and etc.

Work Ethic

Students will demonstrate the ability to perform standard solo repertoire, orchestral excerpts, and etudes/methods at an appropriate artistic level for their year of study.

Work Ethic

Students will demonstrate the ability to perform standard solo repertoire, orchestral excerpts, and etudes/methods at an appropriate artistic level for their year of study.

Work Ethic

Students will demonstrate the ability to perform standard solo repertoire, orchestral excerpts, and etudes/methods at an appropriate artistic level for their year of study.

Work Ethic

Students will demonstrate the ability to perform standard solo repertoire, orchestral excerpts, and etudes/methods at an appropriate artistic level for their year of study.

Work Ethic

Students will acquire the technical and musical skills needed to pursue a career on their respective instruments.

Work Ethic

Students will apply their knowledge of songwriting they have learned from other courses directly to their projects for this course. Although songwriting isn't directly taught in this course, it is expected that students apply proven songwriting techniques. This includes song form, the craft of lyric writing, using a golden brick, writing proper bridges, introductions, chord progressions and etc.

Work Ethic

Students will apply their knowledge of songwriting they have learned from other courses directly to their projects for this course. Although songwriting isn't directly taught in this course, it is expected that students apply proven songwriting techniques. This includes song form, the craft of lyric writing, using a golden brick, writing proper bridges, introductions, chord progressions and etc.

Work Ethic

Students will apply their knowledge of songwriting they have learned from other courses directly to their projects for this course. Although songwriting isn't directly taught in this course, it is expected that students apply proven songwriting techniques. This includes song form, the craft of lyric writing, using a golden brick, writing proper bridges, introductions, chord progressions and etc.

Work Ethic

By preparing for and attending weekly lessons, students will develop their technique, and strengthen their interpretive skills.

Work Ethic

Students will apply their knowledge of songwriting they have learned from other courses directly to their projects for this course. Although songwriting isn't directly taught in this course, it is expected that students apply proven songwriting techniques. This includes song form, the craft of lyric writing, using a golden brick, writing proper bridges, introductions, chord progressions and etc.