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Graduate Division
 

Jacobs School of Music
2007-2009
Academic Bulletin

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Graduate Division

Organ
Organ and Church Music
Percussion
Piano

Organ

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

Master of Music in Performance

Prerequisite
Bachelor of Music or its demonstrated equivalent.

Major
18 credit hours. Q900 Organ Graduate Major (12 cr.), I711 Master’s Recital (0cr.), 6 credit hours from M675-M676-M677-M678 Seminar in Organ Literature (3-3-3-3 cr.) or E589 Organ Pedagogy (3 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 audition. During the 30-minute audition, the student should be prepared to demonstrate abilities in at least three different style periods.

Major
36 credit hours. Q900 Organ Graduate Major (15 cr.); Q601 Doctoral Organ Recital (with at least 15 minutes of each recital from memory) (1-1-1 cr.); 9 credit hours from M675- M676-M677-M678 Seminar in Organ Literature (3-3-3-3 cr.) or E589 Organ Pedagogy (3 cr.); C505 Organ Construction and Design (2 cr.); elective (3 cr.); M620 Doctoral Final Project (4 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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Organ and Church Music

Master of Music in Organ and Church Music, Double Major
Doctor of Music in Organ and Church Music

Master of Music in Organ and Church Music, Double Major

Prerequisite
Bachelor’s degree in organ or its demonstrated equivalent.

Major I (Organ)
17 credit hours. Q900 Organ Graduate Major (12 cr.), I711 Master’s Recital (0 cr.), C524 Organ Improvisation (2 cr.), 3 credit hours from M675-M676-M677-M678 Seminar in Organ Literature (3-3-3-3 cr.), or E589 Organ Pedagogy (3 cr.).

Major II (Church Music)
16 credit hours. E521 The Children’s Chorus (3 cr.), C502 Hymnody (2 cr.), C523 Church Music Practicum (2 cr.), C533-C534 Sacred Choral Literature I Small Forms, II Large Forms (2-2 cr.), C505 Organ Construction and Design (2 cr.); 3 credit hours from E536 Special Workshop in Music Education (2 cr.), E561 Choral Methods and Materials (3 cr.), F531- F532 Score Reading and Aural Skills I–II (1-1 cr.), E312 Arranging for Instrumental and Vocal Groups (2 cr.), U361 English Diction for Singers (1 cr.), M558 Topics in Early Music (1 cr.), Y700 Carillon (2 cr.), Y710 Harpsichord (2 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 in choral conducting (G560 Graduate Choral Conducting and another course selected in consultation with the choral conducting department chairperson). Students wishing to have an outside area in another field are required to take G560 as a part of the Major II requirements. For information on other outside areas, see “Structure of Master’s Curricula” under “General Requirements for Master’s Degrees” in this bulletin.

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Each semester.

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Doctor of Music in Organ and Church Music

Prerequisite
Master’s degree in organ and church music or its equivalent.

Admission
Admission to the curriculum is determined on the basis of an audition. During the 30-minute audition, the student should be prepared to demonstrate abilities in at least three different style periods.

Major
37 credit hours. Q900 Organ Graduate Major (12 cr.), Q601 Doctoral Organ Recital (with at least 15 minutes of each recital from memory) (1-1-1 cr.), Q608 Doctoral Organ/Choir Practicum (1 cr.), E521 The Children’s Chorus (3 cr.), C502 Hymnody (2 cr.), C523 Church Music Practicum (2 cr.), C524 Organ Improvisation (2 cr.), C533-C534 Sacred Choral Literature I Small Forms, II Large Forms (2-2 cr.), E594 Vocal Pedagogy (3 cr.), M620 Doctoral Final Project (2 cr.), 3 credit hours from M675-M676-M677-M678 Seminar in Organ Literature (3-3-3-3 cr.), or E589 Organ Pedagogy (3 cr.). Students wishing to incorporate harpsichord into the major should confer with the organ department.

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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Percussion

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

Master of Music in Performance

Prerequisite
Bachelor of Music or its demonstrated equivalent.

Major
18 credit hours. D900 Percussion Graduate Major (14 cr.), I711 Master’s Recital (0 cr.), F550 Chamber Music (1-1-1-1 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 a full-length recital, which may or may not be heard in its entirety, performed during the first period of registration, and an examination (written or oral) on the literature, techniques, and pedagogy of percussion.

Major 36 credit hours. D900 Percussion Graduate Major (18 cr.), D601-D602-D603-D604 Percussion Recital I-II-III-IV (1-1-2-2 cr.), M637 Seminar in Percussion History (3 cr.), M638 Percussion Ensemble Literature (3 cr.), F603- F604 Seminar in Percussion Performance I-II (2-2 cr.); M620 Doctoral Final Project (2 cr.).

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 percussion faculty.

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Piano

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

Master of Music in Performance

Prerequisite
Bachelor of Music or its demonstrated equivalent.

Major
20 credit hours. P900 Piano Graduate Major (12 cr.), I711 Master’s Recital (0 cr.), F500 Accompanying Recital (0 cr.), M543 Keyboard Literature from 1700 to 1850 (3 cr.), M544 Piano Literature from 1850 to the Present (3 cr.), E493 Piano Pedagogy (2 cr.). E493 Piano Pedagogy is required only for those students who have not had a course in piano pedagogy or equivalent teaching experience.

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; X002 Piano Accompanying in the first two semesters of enrollment (excluding summer).

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Doctor of Music in Music Literature and Performance

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

Admission
Admission to the curriculum is determined on the basis of a full-length recital, comparable to an M.M. recital, which may or may not be heard in its entirety. This recital will be performed by invitation only, after a screening evaluation either by recording or during audition weekends. There will be an oral examination at the time of the recital on the literature, techniques, and pedagogy of the piano. Applicants must show evidence of sufficient performing experience and learning ability to satisfy the committee that they are able to fulfill the requirements for the degree. Applicants must also submit a complete repertoire of works performed and/or studied at the time of the recital.

Major
37 credit hours. P900 Piano Graduate Major (16 cr.), P601-P602 Doctoral Piano Recital (1-1 cr.), P603 Doctoral Piano Lecture/Recital (1 cr.), P604 Final Doctoral Recital (1 cr.), P605-P606 Doctoral Concerto I-II (1-1 cr.), I821 Doctoral Chamber Music Recital (1-1 cr.), M645-M646-M647-M648 Seminar in Piano Literature I-II-III-IV (3-3-3-3 cr.), M621 Doctoral Piano Essay (1 cr.) The final recital is played after the qualifying examination has been passed.

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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