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Ithaca College Undergraduate Catalog 2002-2003

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Bachelor of Music in Performance -- Collaborative Emphasis

Due to the specific focus and intensive nature of this degree program, it may not be combined with other degrees (such as music education).

Liberal Arts

The 31 credits of liberal arts listed in this group must be taken outside the School of Music. (For more information see p. 393.)

 

Piano/CE

English or writing

3

Introduction to Poetry 307-11300

3

Natural sciences or mathematics

3

Social or behavioral sciences

3

Liberal arts electives

6

Modern language (Six credits each of two of the following: French, German, or Italian. If equivalent proficiency can be demonstrated in one of these languages, then the remaining two should be studied.)

12

Total

30

Other Liberal Arts Requirements

Music history

9

History and Literature of Music I, II, and III 551-25500, 551-25600, 551-35500

 

Total

9

Music Requirements

Performance major

32(28)

Performance Repertoire and Pedagogy

4

Ensemble

 

Pianist as Collaborator

2

Accompanying Master Class

2

Piano Ensemble

1

Choral ensemble

1

Private Accompanying

2

Diction

4

Chamber Music

1

Piano/Instrumental Duo

1

Piano/Vocal Duo

1

Fundamentals of Music Theory+ 551-10100

1 +

Introduction to Musical Styles 551-12100

2

Music theory

10

Music Theory I 551-12100

 

Music Theory II 551-22100

 

Music Theory III 551-22200

 

Form and Analysis 551-33200

 

Analysis of Music since 1900 551-32100

 

Sight-singing

5

Sight-Singing I 551-13300

 

Sight-Singing II 551-13200

 

Advanced Sight-Singing III 551-23300

 

Advanced Sight-Singing IV 551-23400

 

Secondary instrument

 

Keyboard Musicianship 557-17100, 557-17200

2

Introduction to Harpsichord

1

Private harpsichord

1

Career Orientation 554-16600

1

Introduction to Music Technology 554-10300

1

Recitals 554-37300, 554-47300, 554-47500

4

Survey of Piano Literature 551-49500, 551-49600

2

Piano Pedagogy 554-49300

2

Opera Workshop 554-44700

2

Music electives +

0(3-4)

Recital Attendance 554-10100 (six semesters; no credit given)

0

Total

84

Total for degree

123-124

+ Students may fulfill the requirement for Fundamentals of Music Theory by scoring 84 percent on a placement exam administered by the Department of Music Theory, History, and Composition. Students who score below 84 percent on the exam must take the course, and they take the lower number of music electives.

Fall Semester
 
Spring Semester
 
Freshman Year
     

English or writing

3

Modern language 1b

3

Modern language 1a

3

Music history

3

Private piano *

4

Private piano *

4

Repertoire Class

0.5

Repertoire Class

0.5

Pianist as Collaborator

1

Pianist as Collaborator

1

(Fundamentals)

(1)

Music Theory I

2

Introduction to Musical Styles

2

   

Sight-Singing I

1.5

Sight-Singing II

1.5

Keyboard Musicianship I

1

Keyboard Musicianship II

1

Recital Attendance

0

Recital Attendance

0

 

16(17)

 

16

       
Sophomore Year
     
Modern language 2a

3

Modern languages 2b

3

Music history

3

Music history

3

       

Private piano

4

Private piano

4

Repertoire Class

0.5

Repertoire Class

0.5

Accompanying Master Class

1

Accompanying Master Class

1

Chamber Music

0.5

Chamber Music

0.5

Music Theory II

2

Music Theory III

2

Sight-Singing III

1

Sight-Singing IV

1

Introduction to Harpsichord

1

Private harpsichord

1

Recital Attendance

0

Introduction to Music Technology

1

   

Recital Attendance

0

 

16

 

17

       
Junior Year
     

Introduction to Poetry

3

Social/behavioral science elective

3

Liberal arts elective

3

Private piano

4

Natural science/ mathematics elective

3

Repertoire Class

0.5

Private piano

5

Piano/Vocal Duo

1

Repertoire Class

0.5

Analysis Music since 1900

2

Piano/Instrumental Duo

1

Junior Recital

1

Form and Analysis

2

Choral ensemble

1

Piano Ensemble

1

Career Orientation

1

Recital Attendance

0

Recital Attendance

0

 

17.5

 

13.5

       
Senior Year
     

Liberal arts elective

3

Opera Workshop

2

Diction

2

Diction

2

Private piano

4

Private piano

4

Repertoire Class

0.5

Repertoire Class

0.5

Private Accompanying

1

Collaborative Recital

1

Survey of Piano Literature

1

Private Accompanying

1

Piano Pedagogy

2

Survey of Piano Literature

1

   

Senior Recital

2

 

13.5

 

13.5

* Students entering the School of Music in a non-performance degree will take two credits of private lessons each semester until they are accepted into the performance-collaborative emphasis program. Students entering the performance-collaborative emphasis program prior to the sophomore year will substitute music electives for any missing private lesson credits from the previous semester.

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