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Graduate Division
 

Jacobs School of Music
2007-2009
Academic Bulletin

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Graduate Division

Brass
Choral Conducting

Brass

Master of Music in Performance
Doctor of Music in Music Literature and Performance
Doctor of Music in Music Literature and Pedagogy

Master of Music in Performance

Prerequisite
Bachelor of Music or its demonstrated equivalent.

Major

Horn
18 credit hours. B910 Horn Graduate Major (13 cr.), I711 Master’s Recital (0 cr.), 3 credit hours selected from M641 Brass Literature I (3 cr.) or M642 Brass Literature II (3 cr.) or B910 Horn Graduate Major, 2 credit hours selected from F550 Chamber Music (1 cr.) or F519 Orchestral Repertoire (1 cr.).

Trumpet and Cornet
18 credit hours. B920 Trumpet/Cornet Graduate Major (13 cr.), I711 Master’s Recital (0 cr.), 3 credit hours selected from M641 Brass Literature I(3 cr.) or M642 Brass Literature II (3 cr.) or B920 Trumpet/Cornet Graduate Major, 2 credit hours selected from F550 Chamber Music (1 cr.) or F519 Orchestral Repertoire (1 cr.).

Trombone
18 credit hours. B930 Trombone Graduate Major (13 cr.), I711 Master’s Recital (0 cr.), 3 credit hours selected from M641 Brass Literature I (3 cr.) or M642 Brass Literature II (3 cr.) or B930 Trombone Graduate Major, 2 credit hours selected from F550 Chamber Music (1 cr.) or F519 Orchestral Repertoire (1 cr.).

Euphonium
18 credit hours. B940 Euphonium Graduate Major (13 cr.), I711 Master’s Recital (0 cr.), 3 credit hours selected from M641 Brass Literature I (3 cr.) or M642 Brass Literature II (3 cr.) or B940 Euphonium Graduate Major,
2 credit hours selected from F550 Chamber Music (1 cr.) or F519 Orchestral Repertoire (1 cr.).

Tuba 18 credit hours. B950 Tuba Graduate Major (13 cr.), I711 Master’s Recital (0 cr.), 3 credit hours selected from M641 Brass Literature I (3 cr.) or M642 Brass Literature II (3 cr.) or B950 Tuba Graduate Major, 2 credit hours selected from F550 Chamber Music (1 cr.) or F519 Orchestral Repertoire (1 cr.).

Music History and Literature Requirement
6 credit hours. See “Structure of Master's Curricula” under “General Requirements for Master's Degrees” in this bulletin.

Outside Area
6 credit hours. See “Structure of Master's Curricula” under “General Requirements for Master's Degrees” in
this bulletin.

Ensemble
Each semester.

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Doctor of Music in Music Literature and Performance

Prerequisite
Master’s degree with the same major or its demonstrated equivalent.

Admission
Admission to the curriculum is determined on the basis of an extensive performance audition and an interview on the literature and techniques relating to the major instrument.

Major

Horn
36 credit hours. B910 Horn Graduate Major (16 cr.), B601 Doctoral Brass Recital (1-1-1 cr.), B602 Doctoral Brass Chamber Recital (1 cr.), M559 Brass Seminar (3 cr.), M620 Doctoral Final Project (2 cr.), M641-M642 Brass Literature I-II (3-3 cr.), music literature elective (3 cr.), music elective (2 cr.; may include major field performance study).

Trumpet and Cornet
36 credit hours. B920 Trumpet/Cornet Graduate Major (16 cr.), B601 Doctoral Brass Recital (1-1-1 cr.), B602 Doctoral Brass Chamber Recital (1 cr.), M559 Brass Seminar (3 cr.), M620 Doctoral Final Project (2 cr.), M641-M642 Brass Literature I-II (3-3 cr.), music literature elective (3 cr.), music elective
(2 cr.; may include major field performance study).

Trombone
36 credit hours. B930 Trombone Graduate Major (16 cr.), B601 Doctoral Brass Recital (1-1-1 cr.), B602 Doctoral Brass Chamber Recital (1 cr.), M559 Brass Seminar (3 cr.), M620 Doctoral Final Project (2 cr.), M641-M642 Brass Literature I-II (3-3 cr.), music literature elective (3 cr.), music elective (2 cr.; may include major field performance study).

Euphonium
36 credit hours. B940 Euphonium Graduate Major (16 cr.), B601 Doctoral Brass Recital (1-1-1 cr.), B602 Doctoral Brass Chamber Recital (1 cr.), M559 Brass Seminar (3 cr.), M620 Doctoral Final Project (2 cr.), M641-M642 Brass Literature I-II (3-3 cr.), music literature elective (3 cr.), music elective (2 cr.; may include major field performance study).

Tuba
36 credit hours. B950 Tuba Graduate Major (16 cr.), B601 Doctoral Brass Recital (1-1- 1 cr.), B602 Doctoral Brass Chamber Recital (1 cr.), M559 Brass Seminar (3 cr.), M620 Doctoral Final Project (2 cr.), M641-M642 Brass Literature I-II (3-3 cr.), music literature elective (3 cr.), music elective (2 cr.; may include major field performance study).

One of the public performances (B601) must be a lecture/recital.

Minors
See “Doctoral Minors” under “General Requirements for Doctoral Degrees” in this bulletin.

Tool Subject
M539 Introduction to Music Bibliography (2 cr.).

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Doctor of Music in Music Literature and Pedagogy

Prerequisite
Master’s degree in one or more brass instruments or its demonstrated equivalent.

Admission
Admission to the curriculum is determined on the basis of an extensive performance audition and an interview on the literature and techniques relating to the major instrument.

Major

Horn
36 credit hours. B910 Horn Graduate Major (11 cr.), B601 Doctoral Brass Recital (1 cr.), B602 Doctoral Brass Chamber Recital (1 cr.), E510 Trumpet and Cornet Pedagogy (1 cr.), E511 Trombone Pedagogy (1 cr.), E512 Tuba Pedagogy (1 cr.), M620 Doctoral Final Project (6 cr.), M641-M642 Brass Literature I-II (3-3 cr.), E596 Research in Music (3 cr.) or another course approved by the brass department, music literature elective (3 cr.), music elective (2cr.; may include major field performance study).

Trumpet and Cornet
36 credit hours. B920 Trumpet/Cornet Graduate Major (11 cr.), B601 Doctoral Brass Recital (1 cr.), B602 Doctoral Brass Chamber Recital (1 cr.), E509 Horn Pedagogy (1 cr.), E511 Trombone Pedagogy (1 cr.), E512 Tuba Pedagogy (1 cr.), M620 Doctoral Final Project (6cr.), M641-M642 Brass Literature I-II (3-3 cr.), E596 Research in Music (3 cr.) or another course approved by the brass department, music literature elective (3 cr.), music elective (2 cr.; may include major field performance study).

Trombone
36 credit hours. B930 Trombone Graduate Major (11 cr.), B601 Doctoral Brass Recital (1 cr.), B602 Doctoral Brass Chamber Recital (1 cr.), E509 Horn Pedagogy (1 cr.), E510 Trumpet and Cornet Pedagogy (1 cr.), E512 Tuba Pedagogy (1 cr.), M620 Doctoral Final Project (6 cr.), M641-M642 Brass Literature I-II (3-3 cr.), E596 Research in Music (3 cr.) or another course approved by the brass department, music literature elective (3 cr.), music elective (2 cr.; may include major field performance study).

Euphonium
36 credit hours. B940 Euphonium Graduate Major (11 cr.), E509 Horn Pedagogy (1 cr.), E510 Trumpet and Cornet Pedagogy (1 cr.), E512 Tuba Pedagogy (1 cr.), B601 Doctoral Brass Recital (1 cr.), B602 Doctoral Brass Chamber Recital (1 cr.), M620 Doctoral Final Project (6cr.), M641-M642 Brass Literature I-II (3-3 cr.), E596 Research in Music (3 cr.) or another course approved by the brass department, music literature elective (3 cr.), music elective (2 cr.; may include major field performance study).

Tuba
36 credit hours. B950 Tuba Graduate Major (11 cr.), B601 Doctoral Brass Recital (1 cr.), B602 Doctoral Brass Chamber Recital (1 cr.), E509 Horn Pedagogy (1 cr.), E510 Trumpet and Cornet Pedagogy (1 cr.), E511 Trombone Pedagogy (1 cr.), M620 Doctoral Final Project (6cr.), M641-M642 Brass Literature I-II (3-3 cr.), E596 Research in Music (3 cr.) or another course approved by the brass department, music literature elective (3 cr.), music elective (2 cr.; may include major field performance study).

Minors
See “Doctoral Minors” under “General Requirements for Doctoral Degrees” in this bulletin.

Tool Subject
M539 Introduction to Music Bibliography (2 cr.).

Ensemble
Participation in a major and/or minor ensemble; assignment determined by the brass faculty.

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Choral Conducting

Master of Music in Choral Conducting
Doctor of Music in Choral Conducting

Master of Music in Choral Conducting

Prerequisite
Bachelor of Music or its demonstrated equivalent.

Admission
An audition, during which the candidate must conduct one of the choral ensembles or conducting classes, is scheduled during regular school hours at least 60 days before the expected matriculation date. Candidate chooses music to be conducted from a list available in the Jacobs School of Music admissions office. At the time of the audition each candidate must complete an interview with the choral conducting faculty. Admission to the curriculum is probationary until successful completion of G561 Master’s Choral Conducting I.

Major
20 credit hours. M555 Foundations in Choral Score Analysis and Preparation (3 cr.), concurrent with G561 Master’s Choral Conducting I (3 cr.); M565 Master’s Seminar in Choral Literature (3-3 cr.), concurrent with G562 Master’s Choral Conducting II (3-3 cr.); G604 Master’s Choral Conducting Performance (0-0 cr.); F531-F532 Score Reading and Aural Skills I-II (1-1 cr.). A student may demonstrate proficiency in F531-F532 without having to substitute other graduate-level courses.

Music History and Literature Requirement
6 credit hours. See “Structure of Master's Curricula” under “General Requirements for Master’s Degrees” in this bulletin.

Outside Area
6 credit hours. See “Structure of Master’s Curricula” under “General Requirements for Master’s Degrees” in this bulletin.

Ensemble
Each semester.

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Doctor of Music in Choral Conducting

Prerequisite
Master’s degree in choral conducting or its demonstrated equivalent, including previous experience as a conductor.

Language Proficiencies
Knowledge of French, German, and Italian grammar equivalent to one semester at the college level in each, and proficiency in diction in each language as demonstrated by examination or by passing a Jacobs School of Music diction course. Students must take all three diction exams in their first semester of enrollment; with voice department permission, they may take specific exams for a second time in their second semester of enrollment. For any exam not passed, students must pass the appropriate Jacobs School of Music diction course.

Admission
An audition, during which the candidate must appear before one of the choral ensembles or conducting classes, is scheduled during regular school hours upon written request at least 60 days before the expected date of matriculation. Candidates choose music to be conducted from a list of music available through the Jacobs School of Music admissions office. The work selected should be rehearsed in the original language. At the time of the audition, the candidate must complete an interview with the choral conducting faculty. International applicants may submit video and audio recordings of performances. Admission is probationary until successful completion of two semesters of doctoral choral conducting, both of which must be completed during the first year of residency.

Major
36 credit hours. G661 Doctoral Choral Conducting: Renaissance (3 cr.); G662 Doctoral Choral Conducting: Baroque (3 cr.); G663 Doctoral Choral Conducting: Classic/Romantic (3 cr.); G664 Doctoral Choral Conducting: Music since 1900 (3 cr.); M661 Doctoral Seminar in Choral Literature: Renaissance (3 cr.); M662 Doctoral Seminar in Choral Literature: Baroque (3 cr.); M663 Doctoral Seminar in Choral Literature: Classic/Romantic (3 cr.); M664 Doctoral Seminar in Choral Literature: Music since 1900 (3 cr.); G810-G811 Doctoral Choral Conducting Performance I-II (2-2 cr.); F533-F534 Advanced Score Reading and Aural Skills I-II (1-1 cr.); M620 Doctoral Final Project (3 cr.); elective (3 cr.).

Minors
See ‘‘Doctoral Minors’’ under ‘‘General Requirements for Doctoral Degrees” in this bulletin.

Tool Subject
M539 Introduction to Music Bibliography (2 cr.).

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