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Individual instruction in instrumental and vocal lessons offered at the advanced level as a regular full credit course. Additional guidelines for full credit lessons can be obtained at the Music Department office. Full credit lessons must be approved by the entire music faculty and an audition may be required. Courses in individual vocal or instrumental instruction are fully subsidized for all students who meet the 12 lesson commitment. MUS 391, 392, 491, 492 must be taken as a graded course and it is strongly recommended that it be taken only as part of a four-course load; the numbers 391, 392, 491, 492 should be used for four sequence courses in the same instrument; if a different instrument is elected, the numbering sequence should start again at 391; numbers are selected without regard to semester taken or class year of student.
Format: independent study; individual instruction
Grading: no pass/fail option,
yes fifth course option
lesson preparation, public performance, and progress throughout the semester.
completed application, registration and instructor recommendation must be submitted by the instructor by the Tuesday before the first Friday of the semester
intended primarily for music majors; students must obtain the application and registration forms from the Music Department Office
Music majors may register for a total of four semesters, non-majors may register for two semesters: the specific name of the project elected is to be specified after the title "Music Performance Studies"