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Music Literature I | MUSI | 1308

An introductory survey of the historical development of music as an art with emphasis on listening. Open to non-majors.

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Music Literature II | MUSI | 1309

Continuation of MUSI 1308. Required of majors. Open to non-majors.

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Music Marketing and Merchandising | MUSB | 2301

A study of the methods of distribution, retailing, and wholesaling. Topics include the basics of purchasing, inventory control, shipping and receiving, returns, pricing and cost analysis, merchandising, retail display, sales promotion, advertising, security and shrinkage, personnel management, and relationships between retailers and distributors.

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Music Publishing | MUSB | 2305

A study of the administrative and marketing aspects of music publishing including the application of current copyright law, developing song writers, rights exploration, and royalty collection.

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Music Theater I | MUSP | 1308

Presentation of literature from the musical theater including operetta, revues, and musical comedy with emphasis on vocal and movement skills.

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Music Theater II | MUSP | 2338

Advanced presentation of literature from the musical theater including operetta, revues, and/or musical comedy with emphasis on high level vocal and movement skills and an advanced leadership role in a production.

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Music Theory I | MUSI | 1211

Basic music theory with emphasis on part writing of figured bass and melody harmonization requiring all diatonic triads, dominant and supertonic seventh chords, and non-harmonic tones. Keyboard study of harmonic progressions and melodic harmonizations requiring diatonic triads. Required of majors.

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Music Theory II | MUSI | 1212

A continuation of MUSI 1211. Required of majors.

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Music Theory III | MUSI | 2211

Emphasis on part-writing, figured bass, and melody harmonization and compositional techniques using all diatonic chords, modulations, instrumental and choral styles, two- and three-part forms. Keyboard study of harmonic progressions, melody harmonizations and modulations to closely related keys. Required of majors.

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Music Theory IV | MUSI | 2212

Continuation of MUSI 2211. Required of majors.

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