CRN# Dept Crse Sec Hrs Course Name Day Start End
 
January 13 - May 9
30566 MUSI 1151 M01 1 Concert Choir TR 11:00am  12:15
    Enrollment: 18 Location: SLIDER 202 Inst: Gerald Chafin
  An ensemble that focuses on the study and performance of thematic or larger choral literature. Emphasis is on choral literature. Emphasis is on choral musicianship skills in vocal production and aural theory. Some additional rehearsals required. Membership is by audition. Course rotations: All semesters.
 
30567 MUSI 1161 M01 1 Band MWF 03:30pm  05:20
    Enrollment: 24 Location: BAND 1 Inst: Brian Allen
  Ensemble engaged in the preparation and performance of a variety of music for wind and percussion instruments. The band will perform occasional concerts and play for various athletic events. Participation requires high school band experience, ability to read music, and permission of the band director. Course Rotation: All semesters.
 
30568 MUSI 1171 M01 1 Lindsey Wilson College Singers
MWF 09:30am  10:20
R 04:00pm  05:00
    Enrollment: 14 Location: SLIDER 202 Inst: Gerald Chafin
  Organized on professional standards to represent the College on and off campus as a performing arts ensemble, the choir music from all eras, specializing in sacred a capella anthem literature. Membership is by audition. Additional rehearsals required. Corequisite: MUSI 1151. Course Rotation: All semesters.
 
30577 MUSI 1301 M01 1 Piano Skills II W 05:30pm  06:20
  Enrollment: 6 Location: SLIDER 103 Inst: Robert Reynolds
  Continuation of MUSI 1201. Sight-reading: Be able to read elementary pieces in a variety of keys and meters with a variety of keyboard patterns and hand positions, finger extensions and contractions and crossing fingers in the style of a melody with accompaniment and two-voice style. Technique: One octave scales in all major and harmonic minor keys; progress to two octaves in some scales, hands together. I, IV and V chords in white-key minors; play triads of the major scale; play all major and minors arpeggios and inversions hand over hand. Repertoire: Play the pieces in each appropriate unit of the text. Functional skills: Transpose melodies up or down a whole step (or more); harmonize simple melodies with I, IV and V chords adding the first inversion ii chord. Create more advanced melodies over ostinato basses; play simple tunes by ear. Co-requisite: MUSI 1713. Prerequisite: MUSI 1201 Piano Skills I. Course Rotation: Spring
 
30747 MUSI 1311 M01 1 Private Piano I M 03:00pm  03:50
    Enrollment: 2 Location: SLIDER 103 Inst: Robert Reynolds
  Individual piano instruction for the students with previous study in piano. The requirement appropriate to the course level is contained in each syllabus. The student should consult the piano professor to determine the appropriate course level. Has performance component. Takes students from their current level of ability and improves their technique and repertoire. Repeatable credit. ($50 lesson fee.) Course rotation: All semesters.
 
30579 MUSI 1512 MB1 2 Applied Music M 05:30pm  06:20
    Enrollment: 0 Location: BAND 1 Inst: Brian Allen
  Applied lessons for the major instrument each semester. Includes participation in music department lab and recital series. Requires recital attendance. Senior recital required at 4000 level. Course Rotation: Fall and Spring.
 
30580 MUSI 1512 MB2 2 Applied Music M 05:30pm  06:20
    Enrollment: 0 Location: BAND 1 Inst: Brian Allen
 
30581 MUSI 1512 MB3 2 Applied Music M 05:30pm  06:20
    Enrollment: 0 Location: BAND 1 Inst: Brian Allen
 
30582 MUSI 1512 MB4 2 Applied Music M 05:30pm  06:20
    Enrollment: 0 Location: BAND 1 Inst: Brian Allen
 
30583 MUSI 1512 MP1 2 Applied Music M 05:30pm  06:20
    Enrollment: 2 Location: BAND 1 Inst: Brian Allen
 
30584 MUSI 1512 MS1 2 Applied Music M 05:30pm  06:20
    Enrollment: 1 Location: SLIDER 102 Inst: Wansoo Cho
 
30578 MUSI 1512 MV1 2 Applied Music M 05:30pm  06:20
    Enrollment: 1 Location: SLIDER 102 Inst: Gerald Chafin
 
30585 MUSI 1512 MW1 2 Applied Music M 05:30pm  06:20
    Enrollment: 1 Location: BAND 1 Inst: Brian Allen
 
30586 MUSI 1712 M01 2 Music Theory II MWF 01:30pm  02:45
    Enrollment: 5 Location: SLIDER 202 Inst: Robert Reynolds
  Continuation of Music Theory I. More intensive study of seventh chords, modulation, two-part and three-part form, utilizing both analysis and writing of music compositions. Includes continual development of sight-singing, ear-training, and keyboard harmony skills within a lab setting. Two hours lecture, two hours lab per week. Four hours a week. Prerequisite: MUSI 1612. Course Rotation: Spring.
 
30587 MUSI 1851 M01 1 Sp Top: Jazz Band F 05:30pm  06:45
    Enrollment: 12 Location: BAND 1 Inst: Brian Allen
  Rehearsal and performance of jazz, Latin, and pop instrumental, music for big band (piano, bass, drums, saxophones, trumpets, trombones, and guitar) Rehearsals include study of playing with good time, intonation, jazz inflections, articulations, and correct interpretation of classic jazz literature to modern styles. Performaces include two major concerts in the Spring semester. (One on-campus and one off-campus). This course may be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: Prior experience in a jazz band or permission of instructor. Rotation: Spring semester only. 1 credit hour
 
30588 MUSI 1861 M01 1 Sp Top: Percussion Ensemble T 03:00pm  03:50
    Enrollment: 4 Location: BAND 1 Inst: Tony Patterson
 
30589 MUSI 2003 M01 3 Survey Of Musical Masterworks MWF 11:30am  12:20
  Enrollment: 32 Location: SLIDER 202 Inst: Brian Allen
  A historical overview of music history of Western Civilization from the Middle Ages to present day. Substantial listening from all periods of music will help students identify and understand basic music terms, form, style, elements, and genres. Course rotation: All semesters. GE CORE - INQUIRY & ANALYSIS - FINE ARTS/HUMANITIES
 
30590 MUSI 2003 M02 3 Survey Of Musical Masterworks TR 12:30pm  01:45
    Enrollment: 24 Location: SLIDER 202 Inst: Wansoo Cho
 
30591 MUSI 2103 M01 3 Music In American Culture I MWF 08:30am  09:20
  Enrollment: 26 Location: SLIDER 202 Inst: Robert Reynolds
  Explores the diversity and innovation of American music and its influence in our culture. Topics include music in early North America, sacred and secular music, the African American influence, the parallel developments of folk and ethnic music, the beginning of American popular music, and a history of country music. Course Rotation: Fall. GE CORE - ENGAGED LOCAL & GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP - ADDITIONAL COURSEWORK
 
30592 MUSI 2151 M01 1 Concert Choir TR 11:00am  12:15
    Enrollment: 3 Location: SLIDER 202 Inst: Gerald Chafin
  An ensemble that focuses on the study and performance of thematic or larger choral literature. Emphasis is on choral musicianship skills in vocal production and aural theory. Some additional rehearsals required. Membership is by audition. Course rotation: All semesters.
 
30593 MUSI 2161 M01 1 Band MWF 03:30pm  05:20
    Enrollment: 8 Location: BAND 1 Inst: Brian Allen
  Ensemble engaged in the preparation and performance of a variety of music for wind and percussion instruments. The band will perform occasional concerts and play for various athletic events. Partipation requires high school band experience, ability to read music, and permission of the band director. Course Rotation: All semesters.
 
30594 MUSI 2171 M01 1 Lindsey Wilson College Singers
MWF 09:30am  10:20
TR 04:00pm  05:00
    Enrollment: 6 Location: SLIDER 202 Inst: Gerald Chafin
  Organized on professional standards to represent the College both on and off campus as a performing arts ensemble, the choir studies and performs choral music from all eras, specializing in sacred ( a cappella) anthem literature. Membership is by audition. Additional rehearsals required. Co-requisite: MUSI 1151. Course rotation: All semesters.
 
30595 MUSI 2201 M01 1 Piano Skills III W 05:30pm  06:20
    Enrollment: 1 Location: SLIDER 103 Inst: Robert Reynolds
  Continuation of MUSI 1301 with more advanced skill level in sight-reading and technique; play all major and harmonic minor scales two octaves; play seventh chords in root position, dominant and diminished. Repertoire comparable to Arabesque and Ballade of Burgmuller or Toccatina by Kabalevsky. Accompany individual members of the piano class in vocal and instrumental solos selected from early grade collections used in public school music books. Harmonize melodies such as Jingle Bells, Silent Night, etc. Prerequisite; MUSI 1301 - Piano Skills II. Course Rotation: Fall.
 
30597 MUSI 2512 MB1 2 Applied Music M 05:30pm  06:20
    Enrollment: 0 Location: BAND 1 Inst: Brian Allen
  Applied lessons for the major instrument each semester. Includes participation in music department lab and recital series. Requires recital attendance. Senior recital required at 4000 level. Course Rotation: Fall and Spring.
 
30598 MUSI 2512 MB2 2 Applied Music M 05:30pm  06:20
    Enrollment: 0 Location: BAND 1 Inst: Brian Allen
 
30599 MUSI 2512 MB3 2 Applied Music M 05:30pm  06:20
    Enrollment: 0 Location: BAND 1 Inst: Brian Allen
 
30600 MUSI 2512 MB4 2 Applied Music M 05:30pm  06:20
    Enrollment: 0 Location: BAND 1 Inst: Brian Allen
 
30603 MUSI 2512 MK1 2 Applied Music M 05:30pm  06:20
    Enrollment: 1 Location: SLIDER 202 Inst: Robert Reynolds
 
30601 MUSI 2512 MP1 2 Applied Music M 05:30pm  06:20
    Enrollment: 0 Location: BAND 1 Inst: Brian Allen
 
30596 MUSI 2512 MV1 2 Applied Music M 05:30pm  06:20
    Enrollment: 0 Location: SLIDER 103 Inst: Gerald Chafin
 
30602 MUSI 2512 MW1 2 Applied Music M 05:30pm  06:20
    Enrollment: 0 Location: BAND 1 Inst: Brian Allen
 
30604 MUSI 2712 M01 2 Music Theory IV TR 02:00pm  03:15
    Enrollment: 5 Location: SLIDER 202 Inst: Robert Reynolds
  Continuation of Music Theory III. Content includes 9th, 11th, and 13th chords, altered dominants and chromatic mediants. Investigates the nineteenth and twentieth-century concepts of expanded harmonic and chord vocabularies, post- romanticism, impressionism, twelve-tone composition, serialism, and music since 1945. Final development of sight-singing, ear-training, and keyboard harmony skills within a lab setting. Two hours lecture, two hours lab per week. Four hours a week. Prerequisite: MUSI 2612. Course Rotation: Spring.
 
30605 MUSI 3123 M01 3 Worship TR 02:00pm  03:15
    Enrollment: 6 Location: SLIDER 202 Inst: Gerald Chafin
  (Also listed as RELI 3123) Understanding Christian worship and church music through consideration to its biblical and historical backgrounds and through observation of its current practice. Experience in planning and conducting worship in a variety of settings. Course rotation: Spring-- even years.
 
30606 MUSI 3151 M01 1 Concert Choir TR 11:00am  12:15
    Enrollment: 3 Location: SLIDER 202 Inst: Gerald Chafin
  An ensemble that focuses on the study and performance of thematic or larger choral literature. Emphasis is on choral musicianship skills in vocal production and aural theory. Some additional rehearsals required. Membership is by audition. Course Rotation: All semesters.
 
30607 MUSI 3161 M01 1 Band MWF 03:30pm  05:20
    Enrollment: 5 Location: BAND 1 Inst: Brian Allen
  Ensemble engaged in the preparation and performance of a variety of music for wind and percussion instruments. The band will perform occasional concerts and play for various athletic events. Participation requires high school band experience, ability to read music, and permission of the band director. Course Rotation: All semesters.
 
30608 MUSI 3171 M01 1 Lindsey Wilson College Singers
MWF 09:30am  10:20
TR 04:00pm  05:00
    Enrollment: 4 Location: SLIDER 202 Inst: Gerald Chafin
  Organized on professional standards to represent the College both on and off campus as a performing arts ensemble, the choir studies and performs choral music from all eras, specializing in sacred a cappella anthem literature. Membership is by audition. Additional rehearsals required. Co-requisite: MUSI 1151. Course rotation: All semesters.
 
30609 MUSI 3212 M01 2 Conducting TR 09:30am  10:45
    Enrollment: 3 Location: BAND 1 Inst: Brian Allen
  An introduction to basic conducting skills with and without baton. Topics include patterns, cueing, releases, fermatas, phrasing, dynamics, tempo, score reading as well as rehearsal techniques and management. Extensive use of video assessment for reflection and skill development. Prerequisite: MUSI 1713. Course Rotation: Fall.
 
30610 MUSI 3251 M01 1 Percussion Methods T 03:00pm  03:50
    Enrollment: 6 Location: BAND 1 Inst: Tony Patterson
  The purpose of this course is to give the student an introductory study, with actual playing experience, of the major percussion instruments, performance literature, pedagogical and assessment techniques will be presented. Prerequisite: MUSI 1612. Course Rotation: Spring.
 
30612 MUSI 3512 MB1 2 Applied Music M 05:30pm  06:20
    Enrollment: 0 Location: BAND 1 Inst: Brian Allen
  Applied lessons for the major instrument each semester. Includes participation in music department lab and recital series. Requires recital attendance. Senior recital required at 4000 level. Course Rotation: Fall and Spring.
 
30613 MUSI 3512 MB2 2 Applied Music M 05:30pm  06:20
    Enrollment: 0 Location: BAND 1 Inst: Brian Allen
 
30614 MUSI 3512 MB3 2 Applied Music M 05:30pm  06:20
    Enrollment: 1 Location: BAND 1 Inst: Brian Allen
 
30615 MUSI 3512 MB4 2 Applied Music M 05:30pm  06:20
    Enrollment: 1 Location: BAND 1 Inst: Brian Allen
 
30616 MUSI 3512 MP1 2 Applied Music M 05:30pm  06:20
    Enrollment: 0 Location: BAND 1 Inst: Brian Allen
 
30611 MUSI 3512 MV1 2 Applied Music M 05:30pm  06:20
    Enrollment: 2 Location: SLIDER 102 Inst: Gerald Chafin
 
30617 MUSI 3512 MW1 2 Applied Music M 05:30pm  06:20
    Enrollment: 0 Location: BAND 1 Inst: Brian Allen
 
30618 MUSI 3881 M01 1 Sp: Instrumental Conducting M 03:00pm  03:50
    Enrollment: 2 Location: BAND 1 Inst: Brian Allen
 
30619 MUSI 4151 M01 1 Concert Choir TR 11:00am  12:15
    Enrollment: 1 Location: SLIDER 202 Inst: Gerald Chafin
  An ensemble that focuses on the study and performance of thematic or larger choral literature. Emphasis is on choral musicianship skills in vocal production and aural theory. Some additional rehearsals required. Membership is by audition. Course Rotation: All semesters.
 
30620 MUSI 4161 M01 1 Band MWF 03:30pm  05:20
    Enrollment: 7 Location: BAND 1 Inst: Brian Allen
  Ensemble engaged in the preparation and performance of a variety of music for wind and percussion instruments. The band will perform occasional concerts and play for various athletic events. Participation requires high school band experience, ability to read music, and permission of the band director. Course rotation: All semesters.
 
30621 MUSI 4171 M01 1 Lindsey Wilson College Singers
MWF 09:30am  10:20
TR 04:00pm  05:00
    Enrollment: 6 Location: SLIDER 202 Inst: Gerald Chafin
  Organized on professional standards to represent the College both on and off campus as a performing arts ensemble, the choir studies and performs choral music from all eras, specializing in sacred a cappella anthem literature. Membership is by audition. Additional rehearsals required. Corequisite: MUSI 1151. Course rotation: All semesters.
 
30738 MUSI 4512 MB4 2 Applied Music M 05:30pm  06:20
    Enrollment: 1 Location: BAND 1 Inst: Brian Allen
  Applied lessons for the major instrument each semester. Includes participation in music department lab and recital series. Requires recital attendance. Senior recital required at 4000 level. Course Rotation: Fall and Spring.
 
30737 MUSI 4542 M01 2 Orchestration & Arranging TR 11:00am  11:50
    Enrollment: 3 Location: BAND 1 Inst: Brian Allen
  Techniques of transcribing, arranging, and scoring music for various vocal and instrumental combinations. Music software and technology will be integrated. Prerequisite: MUSI 2713 Theory IV.
 
30622 MUSI 4623 M01 3 Teach Music In Secondary Sch TR 09:30am  10:45
    Enrollment: 2 Location: BAND 1 Inst: Brian Allen
  This couse is designed to prepare music education majors for teaching and managing the secondary music classroom. It incorporates appropriate instrumental and choral instructional strategies, materials, and classroom management skills. This course also will explore the skills needed to administer and maintain a successful music program. Includes field hours. Prerequisite: Admission to the Teacher Education Program.
 
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