NVCC 1999-2000 Catalog
    Description of Courses

MUS - Music

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MUS 008 - Fundamentals of Music

MUS 101-102 - BASIC Musicianship I-II

MUS 111-112 - Music Theory I-II

MUS 113 - Instrumental Repair I

MUS 120 - Hymnology

MUS 121-122 - Music Appreciation I-II

MUS 130 - Overview of The Recording Industry

MUS 131-132 - Class Voice I-II

MUS 133-134 - Recording Systems Services I-II

MUS 136 - Applied Music-voice *

MUS 137 - Chorus **

MUS 138 - Small Vocal Ensemble **

MUS 140 - Introduction To Recording Techniques

MUS 141-142 - Class Piano I-II

MUS 145 - Applied Music - Keyboard *

MUS 148 - Orchestra **

MUS 149 - Band **

MUS 155 - Applied Music - Woodwinds *

MUS 157 - Sound Studio Design

MUS 158 - Recording Studio Electronics: Theory and Maintenance

MUS 159 - Improvisational Techniques

MUS 163-164 - Guitar Theory and Practice I-II

MUS 165 - Applied Music - Strings *

MUS 166 - String Ensemble **

MUS 175 - Applied Music - Brass *

MUS 179 - Music Copyright Law

MUS 185 - Applied Music - Percussion *

MUS 211-212 - Advanced Music Theory I-II

MUS 213-214 - Composition I-II

MUS 221-222 - History of Music I-II

MUS 223-224 - The History of Opera I-II

MUS 225 - The History of Jazz

MUS 227 - Editing and Mixdown Techniques

MUS 231-232 - Advanced Class Voice I-II

MUS 235 - Advanced Recording Techniques

MUS 236 - Advanced Applied Music - Voice *

MUS 237 - Chorus **

MUS 238 - Small Vocal Ensemble **

MUS 241-242 - Advanced Class Piano I-II

MUS 245 - Advanced Applied Music - Keyboard *

MUS 248 - Orchestra **

MUS 249 - Band **

MUS 255 - Advanced Applied Music - Woodwinds *

MUS 259 - Advanced Improvisational Techniques

MUS 265 - Advanced Applied Music - Strings *

MUS 266 - String Ensemble **

MUS 275 - Advanced Applied Music - Brass *

MUS 285 - Advanced Applied Music - Percussion *

MUS 288 - Recording Problems Seminar


* APPLIED MUSIC: Private lessons are available for either 1 or 2 hours of credit per semester. The length of the lessons will be 1/? hour for 1 hour credit and 1 hour for 2 hours credit per semester.
** ENSEMBLE: Courses in ensemble consist of performance from the standard repertoires, including study of ensemble techniques and interpretation. Laboratory/Rehearsal 3-6 hours per week.
Please contact the appropriate division for the availability of general usage courses as described in the "Description of Courses" section.
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