MUS 261
Chamber Music Workshop Fall 2009
No divisional credit
This is not the current course catalog

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Chamber Music and other small groups coached by faculty on a weekly basis culminating in a performance. Offered as a partial credit fifth course. Students are encouraged to take this course for a letter grade, but as with all fifth courses, pass/fail is also an option. Students are required to prepare for 10 one-hour coaching sessions during the semester. It is recommended that each group rehearse a minimum of 2 hours each week in preparation of the coaching. Each ensemble is responsible for keeping a weekly log of rehearsal times and attendance. The logs are to be handed in to the coaches at the end of the semester. In addition students are expected to practice the assigned music individually and are required to perform on the Chamber Music 261 concert at the end of the semester. The ensembles will be organized based on skill levels and the instruments represented.
To register for the course, a student must first contact the Chamber Music Performance Coordinator, fill out registration/billing contract signed by both the Coordinator and the student, and turn that in to the Music office.
The Class: Format: partial credit fifth course
Grading: pass/fail option only
Extra Info: registration is through the music department vs. online
Prerequisites: permission of the Chamber Music Performance Coordinator, Ronald Feldman; enrollment limits will depend upon instructor availability
Enrollment Preferences: more advanced students, to be determined by audition as necessary
Unit Notes: students should register for 261 for their first semester enrolled in this course and should use the numbers 262-268 for subsequent semesters
Distributions: No divisional credit

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