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Ithaca College Graduate Catalog 2004-2005

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Composition

Applicants must submit evidence of achievement and talent as composers, including at least two works. If possible, they should submit recordings of the works. All composers must pass a basic proficiency examination on piano before graduation.

551-65200

Bibliography and Research in Music

3

551-65600

Independent Research in 20th-Century Analysis

2

551-66000

Thesis

3

551-66100, 66200, 66300

Composition

9

551-66400

Analytical Techniques

3

556-6xxxx

Performance (major instrument or piano)

4

55x-xxxxx

Electives, including one course in theory

6

 

Total

30

The thesis must be a composition of large proportion -- either chamber music (quartet or larger ensemble) or a work for orchestra, wind ensemble, or chorus with instrumental ensemble. The candidate must furnish two copies of the thesis for deposit in the College library. The thesis requirement also includes a full recital of compositions, the majority of them written in residence, and a performance of the thesis if possible.

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