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Strings, Woodwinds, or Brasses

Applicants must demonstrate a level of proficiency on the major instrument equivalent to that required for completion of the bachelor of music degree in performance at Ithaca College and a level of proficiency on the minor instruments equivalent to that required at the conclusion of the sophomore year at Ithaca College. Students who are deficient on one or more of their minor instruments must make up the deficiency before receiving credit for the respective instruments that would be applicable to degree requirements. The extent of major and minor instrument instruction is determined by the major adviser and the individual instructors.


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Performance (major instrument, minor instrument, or ensemble)



Electives in music theory, music history and literature, music education, applied music, or ensemble (selected in conference with major adviser) including at least 7 credits of coursework outside performance study or ensembles





The string recital must include three of the following instruments: violin, viola, cello, and double bass. Woodwind recital must include flute, a single-reed, and a double-reed instrument. Brass recital must include three of the following instruments: trumpet, French horn, trombone, and tuba.

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