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Graduate Division
 

Jacobs School of Music
2007-2009
Academic Bulletin

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Graduate Division

Woodwinds

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

Master of Music in Performance

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

Major

Flute
18 credit hours. W910 Flute Graduate Major (13 cr.), E559 Instrumental Pedagogy* (2 cr.), F519 Orchestral Repertoire* (1 cr.), I711 Master’s Recital (0-0 cr.), F550 Chamber Music (1-1 cr.).

Oboe
18 credit hours. W920 Oboe Graduate Major (12 cr.), E559 Instrumental Pedagogy* (2 cr.), F519 Orchestral Repertoire* (1 cr.), U510 Advanced Reed Making* (1 cr.), I711 Master’s Recital (0-0 cr.), F550 Chamber Music (1-1 cr.).

Clarinet
18 credit hours. W930 Clarinet Graduate Major (13 cr.), E559 Instrumental Pedagogy* (2 cr.), F519 Orchestral Repertoire* (1 cr.), I711 Master’s Recital (0-0 cr.), F550 Chamber Music (1-1 cr.).

Bassoon
18 credit hours. W940 Bassoon Graduate Major (12 cr.), E559 Instrumental Pedagogy* (1 cr.), F519 Orchestral Repertoire* (1 cr.), U510 Advanced Reed Making* (1 cr.), one additional credit of either F519 or U510 (1 cr.), I711 Master’s Recital (0-0 cr.), F550 Chamber Music (1-1 cr.).

Saxophone
18 credit hours. W950 Saxophone Graduate Major (14 cr.), E559 Instrumental Pedagogy* (2 cr.), I711 Master’s Recital (0-0 cr.), F550 Chamber Music (1-1 cr.).
* Students who have already fulfilled the requirements for E559, F519, or U510 may substitute additional lesson credits or additional credits of F519 or U510 (with permission of the woodwind department chair) to bring the major field total to 18 credits.

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
X040 University Instrumental Ensembles (2 cr.) 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. Auditions will be by invitation only, after a screening evaluation by recording. At the time of the audition, prospective students will complete a written examination on the literature, history, and pedagogy of the major instrument.

Major

Flute
36 credit hours. W910 Flute Graduate Major (16 cr.), E559 Instrumental Pedagogy* (2 cr.), F519 Orchestral Repertoire* (1 cr.), W611-
W612 Doctoral Woodwind Solo Recital (1-1 cr.), W613 Doctoral Woodwind Chamber Music Recital (1 cr.), F650 Coaching Chamber Music (1-1 cr.), M547-M548 Woodwind Literature I-II (3-3 cr.), E635 College Music Teaching (3 cr.), M620 Doctoral Final Project (3 cr.).

Oboe
36 credit hours. W920 Oboe Graduate Major (15 cr.), E559 Instrumental Pedagogy* (2 cr.), F519 Orchestral Repertoire* (1 cr.), U510 Advanced Reed Making* (1 cr.), W611-W612 Doctoral Woodwind Solo Recital (1-1 cr.), W613 Doctoral Woodwind Chamber Music Recital (1 cr.), F650 Coaching Chamber Music (1-1 cr.), M547-M548 Woodwind Literature I-II (3-3 cr.), E635 College Music Teaching (3 cr.), M620 Doctoral Final Project (3 cr.).

Clarinet
36 credit hours. W930 Clarinet Graduate Major (15 cr.), E559 Instrumental Pedagogy* (2 cr.), F519 Orchestral Repertoire* (1-1 cr.), W611-W612 Doctoral Woodwind Solo Recital (1-1 cr.), W613 Doctoral Woodwind Chamber Music Recital (1 cr.), F650 Coaching Chamber Music (1-1 cr.), M547-M548 Woodwind Literature I-II (3-3 cr.), E635 College Music Teaching (3 cr.), M620 Doctoral Final Project (3 cr.).

Bassoon
36 credit hours. W940 Bassoon Graduate Major (15 cr.), E559 Instrumental Pedagogy* (1 cr.), F519 Orchestral Repertoire* (1 cr.), U510 Advanced Reed Making* (1 cr.), one additional credit of either F519 or U510 (1 cr.), W611-W612 Doctoral Woodwind Solo Recital (1-1 cr.), W613 Doctoral Woodwind Chamber Music Recital (1 cr.), F650 Coaching Chamber Music (1-1 cr.), M547-M548 Woodwind Literature I-II (3-3 cr.), E635 College Music Teaching (3 cr.), M620 Doctoral Final Project (3 cr.).

Saxophone
36 credit hours. W950 Saxophone Graduate Major (17 cr.), E559 Instrumental Pedagogy* (2 cr.), W611-W612 Doctoral Woodwind Solo Recital (1-1 cr.), W613 Doctoral Woodwind Chamber Music Recital (1 cr.), F650 Coaching Chamber Music (1-1 cr.), M547-M548 Woodwind Literature I-II (3-3 cr.), E635 College Music Teaching (3 cr.), M620 Doctoral Final Project (3 cr.).

* Students who have already fulfilled the requirements for E559, F519, or U510 may substitute additional lesson credits or additional credits of F519 or U510 (with permission of the woodwind department chair) to bring the major field total to 36 credits.

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

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

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

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Woodwinds (Multiple)

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

Master of Music in Performance

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

Admission (Three Instrument)
Audition. Demonstration of artistic performance level on the primary instrument. Demonstration of performance level on two secondary instruments at the entering undergraduate concentration level.

Admission (Five Instrument)
Audition. Demonstration of artistic performance level on the primary instrument. Demonstration of performance level on two secondary instruments at the entering undergraduate concentration level.

Major (Three Instrument)
19 credit hours. Flute (W910) (6cr.), oboe (W920) (6 cr.), clarinet (W930) (6 cr.), bassoon (W940) (6cr.), or saxophone (W950) (6 cr.); W7-0 other two instruments (6-6 cr.); I711 Master’s Recital (0 cr.); F550 Chamber Music (1 cr.).
Proficiency in the secondary instruments at the undergraduate concentration upper-division examination level.

Major (Five Instrument)
18 credit hours minimum. Flute (W910) (9 cr.), oboe (W920) (9 cr.), clarinet (W930) (9 cr.), bassoon (W940) (9 cr.), or saxophone (W950) (9 cr.); W7-0, 2 credits each semester until proficiency level is reached on each of the four other instruments; I711 Master’s Recital (0 cr.); F550 Chamber Music (1 cr.).
Proficiency in two secondary instruments at the undergraduate concentration freshman jury level and in the other two secondary instruments at the elective freshman jury level.

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
X040 University Instrumental Ensembles (2 cr.) 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 (Three Instrument)
Admission to the curriculum is determined on the basis of an extensive performance audition using the three woodwind instruments. Demonstration of
artistic performance level on the primary instrument. Demonstration of performance on two secondary instruments at the concentration upper-division examination level. Auditions will be by invitation only, after a screening evaluation by recording. At the time of the audition, prospective students will complete a written examination on the literature, history, and pedagogy of the major instrument.

Admission (Five Instrument)
Admission to the curriculum is determined on the basis of an extensive performance audition, using three of the five woodwind instruments. Demonstration of artistic performance level on the primary instrument. Demonstration of performance on two secondary instruments at the concentration freshman jury level. Auditions will be by invitation only, after a screening evaluation by recording. At the time of the audition, prospective students will complete a written examination on the literature, history, and pedagogy of the major instrument.

Major (Three Instrument)
36 credit hours. Flute (W910) (9 cr.), oboe (W920) (9 cr.), clarinet (W930) (9 cr.), bassoon (W940) (9 cr.), or saxophone (W950) (9 cr.); W7-0 other two instruments (6-6 cr.); W611-W612 Doctoral Woodwind Solo Recital (1-1 cr.); W613 Doctoral Woodwind Chamber Music Recital (1 cr.); 6 credit hours selected, in consultation with the department chair, from E559 Instrumental Pedagogy (2 cr.), M547 Woodwind Literature I (3 cr.), or M548 Woodwind Literature II (3 cr.); E635 College Music Teaching (3 cr.); M620 Doctoral Final Project (3 cr.).

Proficiency in the secondary instruments at the undergraduate concentration graduation level.

Major (Five Instrument)
36 credit hours. Flute (W910) (9 cr.), oboe (W920) (9 cr.), clarinet (W930) (9 cr.), bassoon (W940) (9 cr.), or saxophone (W950) (9 cr.); W7-0 secondary instruments (12 cr.); W611-W612 Doctoral Woodwind Solo Recital (1-1 cr.); W613 Doctoral Woodwind Chamber Music Recital (1 cr.); 6 credit hours selected, in consultation with the department chair, from E559 Instrumental Pedagogy (2 cr.), M547 Woodwind Literature I(3 cr.) or M548 Woodwind Literature II (3 cr.); E635 College Music Teaching (3 cr.); M620 Doctoral Final Project (3 cr.).

Additional study may be necessary to meet a proficiency level on each instrument.

Proficiency in two secondary instruments at the undergraduate concentration upper-division examination level and in the other two secondary instruments at the concentration freshman jury level.

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 woodwind faculty.

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