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Graduate Division
 

Jacobs School of Music
2007-2009
Academic Bulletin

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Graduate Division

Strings
Voice
Wind Conducting

Strings

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

Violin
18 credit hours. S910 Violin Graduate Major (14 cr.), I711 Master’s Recital (0 cr.), F550 Chamber Music (1-1 cr.), and M665 Survey of Violin/Viola Literature I(2 cr.) or M666 Survey of Violin/Viola Literature II(2 cr.).

Viola
18 credit hours. S920 Viola Graduate Major (14 cr.), I711 Master’s Recital (0cr.), F550 Chamber Music (1-1 cr.), and M665 Survey of Violin/Viola Literature I(2 cr.) or M666 Survey of Violin/Viola Literature II(2 cr.).

Violoncello
18 credit hours. S930 Violoncello Graduate Major (14 cr.), I711 Master’s Recital (0 cr.), F550 Chamber Music (1-1 cr.), and M667 Survey of Violoncello Literature I(2 cr.) or M668 Survey of Violoncello Literature II (2 cr.).

Double Bass
18 credit hours. S940 Double Bass Graduate Major (16 cr.), I711 Master’s Recital (0cr.), 2 credit hours selected from F519 Orchestral Repertoire (1 cr.) or F520 Topics in Performance Study (1 cr.).

Courses in pedagogy and literature may be recommended for students wishing to emphasize preparation for teaching rather than music performance; at least 6 credit hours of music performance instruction are required for all majors.

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, 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.

Major

Violin
36 credit hours. S910 Violin Graduate Major (18cr.); S611-S612 Doctoral Violin Recital I-II (1-1 cr.), S613 Doctoral Violin Concerto (1 cr.); S650 Concertmaster or Section Leader (Doctoral) (1 cr.); I821 Doctoral Chamber Music Recital (1-1 cr.); 6 credit hours chosen from M665 Survey of Violin/Viola Literature I(2 cr.);
M666 Survey of Violin/Viola Literature II (2 cr.), M528 Chamber Music Literature (3 cr.), or M550 Doctoral String Literature (1-3 cr.); F550 Chamber Music (1-1 cr.); 2 credit hours chosen from E503 Violin/Viola Pedagogy I(2 cr.), E504 Violin/Viola Pedagogy II (2 cr.), E505 Violin/Viola Pedagogy III (2 cr.), or F550 Chamber Music (1-1 cr.); M620 Doctoral Final Project (2 cr.).

Viola
36 credit hours. S920 Viola Graduate Major (18 cr.), S614 Doctoral Viola Concerto (1 cr.), S621-S622 Doctoral Viola Recital (1-1 cr.), S650 Concertmaster or Section Leader (Doctoral) (1 cr.), I821 Doctoral Chamber Music Recital (1-1 cr.); 6 credit hours chosen from M665 Survey of Violin/Viola Literature I(2 cr.), M666 Survey of Violin/Viola Literature II (2 cr.), M528 Chamber Music Literature (3 cr.), or M550 Doctoral String Literature (1-3 cr.); F550 Chamber Music (1-1 cr.); 2 credit hours chosen from E503 Violin/Viola Pedagogy I(2 cr.), E504 Violin/Viola Pedagogy II (2 cr.), E505 Violin/Viola Pedagogy III (2 cr.), or F550 Chamber Music (1-1 cr.); M620 Doctoral Final Project (2 cr.).

Violoncello
36 credit hours. S930 Violoncello Graduate Major (18 cr.), S631-S632 Doctoral Violoncello Recital I-II (1-1 cr.), S633 Doctoral Violoncello Concerto (1 cr.), S650 Concert­master or Section Leader (Doctoral) (1 cr.), I821 Doctoral Chamber Music Recital (1-1 cr.), 6 credit hours chosen from M667 Survey of Violoncello Literature I(2 cr.), M668 Survey of Violoncello Literature II (2 cr.), M528 Chamber Music Literature (3 cr.), or M550 Doctoral String Literature (1-3 cr.); F550 Chamber Music (1-1 cr.); 2 credit hours chosen from E 506 Cello Pedagogy (2 cr.) or F550 Chamber Music (1-1 cr.); M620 Doctoral Final Project (2 cr.).

Double Bass
36 credit hours. S940 Double Bass Graduate Major (18cr.); S651-S652 Doctoral Double Bass Recital (1-1 cr.); S650 Concertmaster or Section Leader (Doctoral) (1- 1 cr.); I821 Doctoral Chamber Music Recital (1 cr.); M528 Chamber Music Literature (3 cr.); M550 Doctoral String Literature (1-1-1 cr.); E515 Double Bass Pedagogy (2 cr.); 3 credit hours chosen from F550 Chamber Music, F519 Orchestral Repertoire, or F520 Special Topics (1-1-1 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.).

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Voice

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.

Language Proficiencies
Knowledge of French, German, and Italian grammar equivalent to two semesters 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.

Major
21 credit hours. V900 Voice Graduate Major (12 cr.), I711 Master’s Recital (0-0 cr.), M531-M532 Song Literature III-IV (3-3 cr.), E594 Vocal Pedagogy (3 cr.). The first recital requirement (I711 Master’s Recital) must be a standard voice recital. The second recital may be a standard or specialized voice recital, or this requirement may be met with opera roles, if approved by the voice faculty.

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 in voice or its demonstrated equivalent.

Language Proficiencies
Knowledge of French, German, and Italian grammar equivalent to two semesters 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
Admission to the curriculum is determined on the basis of a recital, which may or may not be heard in its entirety, performed during the initial entrance audition or during the first period of enrollment if the initial audition is by recording. This recital must consist of two selections in each of the following languages: English, German, French, and Italian. Not more than two of the eight selections can be operatic arias; however, one aria is required.

Major
38 credit hours. V900 Voice Graduate Major (15 cr.), V601-V602-V603 Doctoral Voice Recital (1-1-1 cr.), M685 Vocal Literature Before 1800 (3 cr.), M686-M687 Romantic Song Literature and Oratorio I-II (3-3 cr.), M688 Twentieth-Century Vocal Literature (3 cr.), E694 Applied Comparative Voice Pedagogy
(3 cr.), E695 Seminar in Vocal Pedagogy Research (3 cr.), M620 Doctoral Final Project (2 cr.). Credit may be divided between V900 Voice Graduate Major and V910 Vocal Coaching with approval of candidate’s advisory committee. One of the three required voice recitals must be a standard recital. Operatic roles may be substituted for one of the required recitals with the approval of the voice faculty.

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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Wind Conducting

Master of Music in Wind Conducting
Doctor of Music in Wind Conducting

Master of Music in Wind Conducting

Prerequisite
Bachelor of Music or its demonstrated equivalent.

Admission
Admission to the program is by audition and entrance examination.

Major
18 credit hours. G579 Master’s Advanced Wind Conducting (3-3-3 cr.), G605 Master’s Wind Conducting Performance (0 cr.), M570 Historical Development of Wind Groups and Literature (3 cr.), M579 Master’s Seminar in Wind Literature (3-3 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. Participation in a major and/or minor ensemble; assignment determined by wind conducting faculty.

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Doctor of Music in Wind Conducting

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

Admission
Admission to the program is by audition and entrance examination.

Major
36 credit hours. G679 Doctoral Advanced Wind Conducting (3-3-3-3 cr.); G802 Doctoral Wind Conducting Performance (3 cr.); 3 credit hours selected from M571 Master’s Seminar in Symphonic Literature I(3 cr.), G561 Master’s Choral Conducting I(3 cr.), or M555 Foundations in Choral Score Analysis and Preparation (3 cr.); M679 Doctoral Seminar in Wind Literature (3-3-3-3 cr.); M570 Historical Development of Wind Groups and Literature (3 cr.); M620 Doctoral Final Project (3cr).

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

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

Ensemble
Each semester. Participation in a major and/or minor ensemble; assignment determined by wind conducting faculty.

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