Ithaca College

Ithaca College Home  >  Academics  >  Catalogs  > 

Important Declarations

General Information

School of Business

Roy H. Park School of Communications

School of Health Sciences and Human Performance

School of Humanities and Sciences

School of Music

General Information

Baccalaureate Degrees

Academic Courses of Study

Academic Status

Music Course Descriptions

Music Theory, Sight-Singing, and Composition Courses

Music History and Literature Courses

Music Education Courses

Jazz Studies Courses

Additional Music Courses

Courses for the Non-Music Major

Performance Courses

Voice

Keyboard

Strings

Woodwinds

Brasses

Percussion

Performance -- Secondary Instrument Classes

Ensembles

Curriculum Outlines

Bachelor of Music in Music Education

Bachelor of Music in Performance and Music Education

Bachelor of Music in Performance

Bachelor of Music in Performance -- Collaborative Emphasis

Bachelor of Music in Sound Recording Technology

Bachelor of Music in Combination with an Outside Field

Bachelor of Music in Jazz Studies

Bachelor of Music in Music Theory

Bachelor of Music in Composition

Bachelor of Arts in Music

Combined Bachelor's and Master's Degree Programs

Secondary Instrument Study Plans

Division of Interdisciplinary and International Studies

Division of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions

Student Information

Student Aid

Academic Information

Faculty and Administration

Index

Ithaca College Undergraduate Catalog 2002-2003

Previous PageNext Page

Ensembles

See "Ensemble Policies," p. 391, for other information.

558-10500 Wind Ensemble   LA

    A select wind and percussion ensemble with an active program of concerts scheduled throughout the school year. Open to any student who can qualify by audition. Class meeting: Five hours per week. 0-1 credit. (F-S)

558-10600 Concert Band   LA

    A wind and percussion ensemble open to any student who can qualify by audition. Several concerts are scheduled each semester. Class meeting: Four hours per week. 0-1 credit. (F-S)

558-10700 Symphonic Band   LA

    A wind and percussion ensemble open to any student who can qualify by audition. Several concerts are scheduled each semester. Class meeting: Four hours per week. 0-1 credit. (F-S)

558-10800 Choir   LA

    A select choral ensemble with an active performance schedule. Open to any student who can qualify by audition. A commitment for both fall and spring semesters is required. Class meeting: Five hours per week. 0-1 credit. (F-S)

558-10900 Chorus   LA

    A large choral ensemble open to any student who can qualify by audition. Several concerts are scheduled each semester. Class meeting: Four hours per week. 0-1 credit. (F-S)

558-11000 Women's Chorale   LA

    A choral ensemble open to all female students who can qualify by audition. Several concerts are scheduled each semester. A commitment for both fall and spring semesters is required. Class meeting: Four hours per week. 0-1 credit. (F-S)

558-11100 Symphony Orchestra   LA

    The orchestra is open to any student who can qualify by audition. An active program of concerts is scheduled each semester. Class meeting: Five hours per week. 0-1 credit. (F-S)

558-11200 String Orchestra   LA

    A select string ensemble open to any student who can qualify by audition. Several concerts are scheduled each semester. Class meeting: Two hours per week. 0-0.5 credit for music majors; 1 credit for non-music majors. (F-S)

558-11300 Madrigal Singers   LA

    A select vocal chamber ensemble with an active performance schedule. Open to any student who can qualify by audition. Class meeting: Two hours per week. 0-0.5 credit for music majors; 1 credit for non-music majors. (F-S)

558-11400 Contemporary Chamber Ensemble   LA

    The rehearsal and performance of chamber music written in the 20th century, with emphasis placed on recently composed works. Prerequisites: Audition. 0-0.5 credit for music majors; 1 credit for non-music majors. (F-S)

558-11500 Guitar Ensemble   LA

    Performance situations for small guitar ensembles of varying combinations. Open for 1 credit to any nonmajor who can qualify by audition. Class meeting: One hour per week. 0-0.5 credit for music majors; 1 credit for guitarists who take the course as a major ensemble; 1 credit for non-music majors. (F-S)

558-11700-558-11800 The Pianist as Collaborator   LA

    Survey of the diverse skills and roles of pianists in their work with other musicians. Develops initial skills needed in vocal and instrumental accompanying, score reduction, sight-reading, transposition, and work with conductors. Required of all keyboard majors. Class meeting: Two hours per week. 1 credit. (F-S)

558-11900 Jazz Laboratory   LA

    Experience in jazz ensemble playing. Open to any student who can qualify by audition. Several concerts are scheduled each year. Class meeting: Four hours

    per week. 0-0.5 credit for music majors; 1 credit for jazz studies majors who take the course as a major ensemble; 1 credit for non-music majors. (F-S)

558-12100 Chamber Orchestra   LA

    A select chamber orchestra open to any student who can qualify by audition. An active schedule of concert appearances is maintained throughout the year. Class meeting: Three hours per week. 0-0.5 credit for music majors; 1 credit for non-music majors. (F-S)

558-12300 Brass Choir   LA

    Study, rehearsal, and performance of standard brass choir literature and orchestral works. Open to any student who can qualify by audition. Class meeting: Two hours per week. 0-0.5 credit for music majors; 1 credit for non-music majors. (F-S)

558-12500 Vocal Jazz Ensemble   LA

    A select jazz chamber ensemble for singers and instrumentalists. Open to any student who can qualify by audition. An active program of concerts is scheduled each semester. Class meeting: Two hours per week. 0-0.5 credit for music majors; 1 credit for jazz studies majors who take the course as a major ensemble; 1 credit for non-music majors. (F-S)

558-12700 Percussion Ensemble   LA

    Ensemble experience and exposure to contemporary percussion literature. Several concerts are scheduled each semester. Open to any student who can qualify by audition. Class meeting: Four hours per week. 0-0.5 credit for music majors; 1 credit for non-music majors. (F-S)

558-21700-558-21800 Accompanying Master Class   LA

    Performance class in accompanying skills and literature. Focuses on specific concerns with regard to accompanied literature, including stylistic interpretation of vocal music of varying languages and periods, as well as instrumental works representative of varying styles, instrument families, and genres. Required of all piano performance majors. Open to others by permission of instructors. Class meeting: One hour per week. Prerequisites: 558-11700-558-11800. 1 credit. (F-S)

558-32100 Chamber Music   LA

    Study, rehearsal, and performance of a broad spectrum of chamber music by selected ensembles. Normally not open to freshmen. Class meeting: One hour of coaching and a minimum of two hours of rehearsal per week. 0-0.5 credit. (F-S)

558-40300-558-40400 Piano Ensemble   LA

    Study and performance of music for piano four hands, one and two pianos, and eight hands, two pianos. Required of all piano majors in the performance and 4-year programs, though open to other graduate and undergraduate piano majors. Class meeting: Two hours per week. 0-0.5 credit for music majors; 1 credit for pianists who take the course as a major ensemble; 1 credit for non-music majors. (F-S)

558-41700 Piano/Instrumental Duo   NLA

    A performance master class focusing on literature for piano and instrument. Students enroll as a performance team and remain together for the semester. Appropriate literature is chosen in consultation with the course professor and major teachers. Students prepare assigned literature for class performance and critique. Satisfactory completion of this course satisfies one semester (0.5 credit) of chamber music requirement. Class meeting: One hour per week. Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. 1 credit. (F-S)

558-41800 Piano/Vocal Duo   NLA

    A performance master class focusing on literature for piano and voice. Students enroll as a performance team and remain together for the semester. Appropriate literature is chosen in consultation with the course professor and major teachers. Students prepare assigned literature for class performance and critique. Satisfactory completion of this course satisfies one semester (0.5 credit) of chamber music requirement. One hour per week. Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. 1 credit. (F-S)

Previous PageNext Page



Contacting the CollegeDirectoriesSite IndexIthaca College HomeIthaca College Home


A. Ozolins, Office of Publications, 21. October, 2002