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Applied Music Lessons - Jury - Voice
VOICE LSNS
CLASS CODE: MUSIC 160D CREDITS:  2 FEE:  $310.00
DIVISION: PERFORMING AND VISUAL ARTS
DEPARTMENT: MUSIC
GENERAL EDUCATION: This course does not fulfill a General Education requirement.

CATALOG DESCRIPTION: The second, third, and fourth semester of applied vocal instruction for vocal music majors (after 155). Private lessons for music majors, consisting of twelve 50-minute lessons and a weekly master class.
DESCRIPTION: The second, third, and fourth semester of applied vocal instruction for vocal music majors (after 155). Private lessons for music majors, consisting of twelve 50-minute lessons and a weekly master class.
TOPICS: Continued development of vocal production, technical, and interpretive skills, including breath management, resonance, focus, vocal freedom, projection, interpretation, diction, placement, etc.
OBJECTIVES: In the course of taking 160 for three semesters, the student should pass Level II, III, and IV of the deparmental vocal requirements.
REQUIREMENTS: Practice 1 1/2 hours daily, 6 days per week. Attend and participate at both weekly private lesson and weekly master class. Memorize and perform selected songs for a jury of faculty adjudicators. Jury exam required for final grade.
PREREQUISITES: Music 155 and passing Level I vocal requirements (proper breathing and posture) in the 155 jury, followed by continuing progress each semester in passing the appropriate levels in vocal development.
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EFFECTIVE DATE: August 1991