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Performance

Each applicant must demonstrate a level of proficiency equivalent to that required for completion of the bachelor of music degree in performance at Ithaca College.

551-65200

Bibliography and Research in Music

3

554-61100

Recital*

2

554-61200

Lecture-Recital*

1

551-59500

Survey of Piano Literature I (piano majors only)

1

551-59600

Survey of Piano Literature II (piano majors only)

1

556-6xxxx

Performance (major instrument)

6

556-6xxxx

Performance (minor instrument or ensemble, relative to candidate's major and professional needs)

2

55x-xxxxx

Electives in music theory, music history and literature, music education, applied music, or ensemble, including at least 7 credits of coursework outside performance study or ensembles

For piano majors only: electives must total 14 credits (credits for 551-59500 and 551-59600 are deducted from total elective requirement)

16

     
 

Total

30

*One recital (2 credits) and one lecture-recital (1 credit) are required. The option to substitute a second performance recital in place of a lecture-recital will be decided by the performance studies major teacher in consultation with the student and the graduate chair in music.

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