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Beginning courses in musical composition. Size and number of required assignments will vary from 3 to 6 in addition to a possible full semester composition project. One to two group meetings per week will deal with the presentation of new assignments, analysis of models for composition, and performance and critique of work. Individual meetings may be added to deal with individual needs. Students must also be available for performances and reading of work outside normal class time and the instructor and students will work together to ensure that all work written during the semester is actually performed.
Format: seminar; Remote in the fall semester.
Grading: no pass/fail option,
no fifth course option
completion of assignments, quality and timeliness of composition projects, attendance, and class participation
MUS 202 (may be taken concurrently) and permission of instructor
Music majors; consideration of non-majors based on qualifications and experience