MUS 4899: Music, The Musician and Religious Experience (2019-2020)

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This capstone course, along with MUS 4654 and 4655, involves an integrative approach to advanced musicianship. The process includes reading, writing, listening, analysis, composition, improvisation, counterpoint, and computer notation. The in-depth study of great composers such as Bach, Mozart, Faure, Coltrane, Marsalis, Ellington, and Adams provides the student the opportunity to reflect on the integration of his or her discipline and faith, larger liberal arts experience, and sense of vocation. Counts toward the context studies requirement.

Term CRN Credits Instructor(s) Days Time Dates Location Open
Spring 43353 3 Stephen Newby
1:30PM-2:50 PM
03/31-06/05 Crawford Music Building 201
30 of 30 seats open
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Restrictions: Music, Music Education, Music Therapy majors only. Freshman, Sophomore students are excluded.
Attributes: Writing "W" Course, Upper-Division
Grade Modes: (Default) Normal Grading, Audit
Instructional Methods: Traditional
Note: Full Term

(MUS 2112: D or better
OR MUS 2106: D or better)
AND (MUS 2114: D or better
OR MUS 2108: D or better)
AND (MUS 3610: D or better
OR MUS 2601: D or better)
AND (MUS 3611: D or better
OR MUS 2602: D or better)
AND (MUS 3612: D or better
OR MUS 2603: D or better)