Studies in Instrumental Score Analysis

Course Number
COND-341
Description

The ability to analyze and dissect musical scores is an essential skill for the instrumental music educator. This course will focus on techniques for analyzing scores and using this information to develop structured and sequential rehearsal plans for the repertoire studied. The application of musically appropriate conducting gestures that effectively convey the intended artistic interpretation will also be covered.

 

Credits
2
Prerequisites
COND-221; and COND-222 or COND-211
Required Of
None
Electable By
All
Major Elective for
Composition
Music Education
Semesters Offered
Fall, Spring
Location
Boston
Department
MUED
Course Chair
Cecil Adderley
Taught By
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