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Applied Full Recital
FULL RECITAL
CLASS CODE: MUSIC 462 CREDITS:  2 FEE:  $316
DIVISION: PERFORMING AND VISUAL ARTS
DEPARTMENT: MUSIC
GENERAL EDUCATION: This course does not fulfill a General Education requirement.

CATALOG DESCRIPTION: This course consists of the final preparation and presentation of a juried recital during the final semester of coursework (excluding Student Teaching semester if applicable). Included also is the presentation and acceptance of a pre-recital hearing to a faculty panel at least three weeks prior to the scheduled recital date. A written theoretical and historical analysis/description of the music to be performed is also a component of the course.
DESCRIPTION: This course consists of the final preparation and presentation of a juried recital during the final semester of coursework (excluding Student Teaching semester if applicable). Included also is the presentation and acceptance of a pre-recital hearing to a faculty panel at least three weeks prior to the scheduled recital date. A written theoretical and historical analysis/description of the music to be performed is also a component of the course.

TOPICS: Performance skill
Theoretical application
Historical application
OBJECTIVES: This course is designed to provide the student with an integrated capstone experience in his music study program applying the acquired skills and understanding of performance, music theory, and music history.
REQUIREMENTS: The student is to present 50 minutes of music selected from the standard solo recital repertoire for his instrument. Chamber music, other than sonatas with piano, will not fill this requirement. A minimum of 20 minutes of music must be performed from memory. A written theoretical and historical analysis/description of the music to be performed is to be submitted one week prior to the pre-recital hearing. The pre-recital hearing will verify the studentís adequate preparation and understanding of all aspects of the music programmed including performance ability, theoretical and formal analysis, historical understanding and context, etc.
PREREQUISITES: Instructorís consent
OTHER:
EFFECTIVE DATE: January 2003