Basic Skills and Pedagogy: Percussion. MUED 200E. 0 - 1 Units. | Our program serves undergraduate and graduate students at Case Western Reserve University as well as all students at the Cleveland Institute of Music through our Joint Music Program. MUGN 370. The department maintains an impressive collection of modern reproductions of early instruments. MUEN 383. Student Teaching in Music Education. 3 Units. 1 Unit. 0 - 2 Units. MUED 701. Counts for CAS Global & Cultural Diversity Requirement. Introduction to the interdisciplinary field of popular music studies, with emphasis on musicological approaches. In April of 2016, Beyoncé released her visual album Lemonade two days after the death of Prince. Research projects using data analysis. MUED 450. If the second attempt is also unsatisfactory, the student will not be allowed to continue in the degree program. With five plus days of drum days open due to demand, Sloan School of Music makes learning to play the drums fun and convenient. The Russian Song course is dedicated to the exploration and performance of vocal music from Russia and the former USSR. Clinical/Field experiences (all ages) required. 3 Units. MUGN 298. Proficiency in two relevant foreign languages. The Center for Popular Music Studies (CPMS) promotes scholarship and teaching about the history and significance of popular music, in part through collaborations with institutions in Cleveland and around the world. 1 Unit. 2 Units. Implementation of research findings in one's classroom, as well as contributions back to the profession through scholarship, should remain a priority. Choral Methods and Materials. Close study of a theme or aspect of music education, such as brain development in music education, biomechanics and music, gender studies in music education, and gerontology and music learning. 3 Units. Cleveland, Ohio 44106 Offered as MUED 391 and MUED 491. MUAP 751. The format involves coaching of in-class performances of solo literature, piano duets, and collaborative piano genres by enrolled students, as well as written and spoken presentations focusing on keyboard history, literature, and performance critique. Critical and analytical study of music since 1900. MUEN 394. Theory of chant, modal, mensural, and tablature notations. MUHI 302. 4 Units. MUEN 387. Prereq: (MUTH 101 or 101I) and MUAP 122 and MUAP 10. The PhD requires 36 credit units of coursework and an additional 18 credit units of dissertation research MUHI 701 Dissertation Ph.D.. MUTH 102. Lecture - Recital and Document (given in the spring of the second year), Introduction to Historical Performance Practice (, Seminar in Historical Performance Practice (, Seminar in Historical Performance Practice (three required), Special Readings Ph.D./D.M.A. The Department of Music offers majors in music (a BA degree in the College of Arts and Sciences or a BS degree in a unit other than the college with music as a secondary major) and music education (BS degree). Private music lessons take place once a week at a regularly scheduled time … MUAR 151B. Recommended preparation: Audio recording majors only. This program is for individuals with an undergraduate degree in Music Education, a teaching certificate/license, and at least one year of successful music classroom teaching experience, who wish to pursue further academic study as a means to develop professionally. MUPD 399. This seminar will provide PhD students in music education with a unique opportunity to examine, explore, and discuss topics relevant to their professional lives. Membership is contingent on an audition that demonstrates moderate percussion ability and the ability to read music. Requires a personal laptop computer (Mac preferred) with Pro Tools 10 and the complete production toolkit software. History of Western Music I. Students enrolled at CWRU take applied music lessons, studio instruction, chamber music, and music theory courses taught by CIM faculty, while students enrolled at CIM take music history, music education, and general education courses taught by CWRU faculty. In addition to his duties with CWRU, Dr. Scherber serves as Assistant Director of the Florida State University Summer Music Camps. 1700-1820 (e.g., Rameau keyboard suites, Beethoven sonatas, Schubert string quartets) Charles F. Schweinfurth, the premier residential architect of Euclid Avenue (“Millionaires’ Row”) mansions, who also rebuilt the interior of the Old Stone Church in 1884 and designed Trinity Cathedral, designed Haydn Hall. 1 - 6 Units. Placement by examination. 2 Units. 10900 Euclid Avenue. In this course, students explore major aesthetic philosophies that have influenced contemporary music education, and discuss current issues central to our field. See the Music Graduate Student Handbook for the policy to submit a proposal, prepare for the lecture-recital, and complete the accompanying document. Music Teaching . It is highly recommended that students be concurrently enrolled in applied lessons. All work done on Macintosh computers in The Core, the Department of Music's multimedia classroom. One additional core or elective course to meet the minimum of 60 credit units required to earn the PhD in Music Education. Lessons can be taken for either one or two credits or audited (no credit). Instrumental Methods and Materials. 3 Units. MUAP 651. MUTH 422. The three main goals of this class are (1) to critique qualitative research paradigm in music education; (2) to learn to conduct data analysis for grounded theory, phenomenology, and narrative inquiry; and (3) to prepare a research proposal for one of the three methodologies listed in point 2. Seminar in research methods and techniques, including a historical overview of modern musicology and an introduction to different research methodologies. Specific topics will include: identification of research issues, selection of appropriate experimental designs for investigation, application of statistical methods for data interpretation, and evaluation of available research. Course consists of projects varying according to the students' area of study and interests, but each must include a document of appropriate length and scope and must be presented publicly in an appropriate forum. This is the SAGES Senior Capstone requirement for students majoring in Music Education. MUGN 308. DMA Lecture-Recital and Document Seminar. Jennifer Rodin, who trains elementary-level teachers at the Oglala Lakota College in Kyle, South Dakota, develops social studies lessons based upon various types of music-percussion, hip-hop, and call-and-response. This seminar is designed for music education doctoral students to pursue advanced research methodologies and procedures. of music. 0 Unit. Search. Not required for the music major, but intended for music majors in concentrations other than Audio Recording who choose to complete a capstone project in music. Prereq: MUED 305, MUED 350, and MUED 410. Each student not majoring in music has the option of taking one-hour weekly lessons (2 credit units) or half-hour weekly lessons (1 credit unit). The music minor requires 15 credit units: 6 in music theory (MUTH), 6 in music history or appreciation (MUHI or MUGN), and 3 others, which may include applied music lessons (MUAP) or music ensembles (MUEN). General Music Methods. Effective and efficient skills in writing and presentation will be expected and reinforced in all course activities. 3 Units. Offered as MUED 396A and MUED 496A. 2 Units. Case/University Circle Orchestra. MUAP 222. David J. Rothenberg, PhD(Yale University)Associate Professor and ChairMedieval and Renaissance music, Julie Andrijeski, DMA(Case Western Reserve University)Senior Instructor; Artistic Coordinator of Historical Performance EnsemblesHistorical performance; dance, L. Peter Bennett, D Phil(Oxford University)Associate Professor; Head of Historical Performance Practice17th-century French music; historical performance, Francesca Brittan, PhD(Cornell University)Associate Professor19th-century France; Romantic aesthetics; popular music, Eric Charnofsky, MM(The Juilliard School)Instructor; Coordinator of Undergraduate Studies in Music (BA); Coordinator of Undergraduate Enrollment20th-century music; collaborative piano; keyboard ensemble, Georgia J. Cowart, PhD(Rutgers University)Professor; Coordinator of Graduate Studies in Musicology17th and 18th centuries; music, the arts, and politics, Paul S. Ferguson, MM(Eastman School of Music)Senior InstructorJazz studies and arranging, Matthew L. Garrett, PhD(Florida State University)Associate Professor; Coordinator of Undergraduate Studies in Music Education (BS); Director, University Center for Innovation in Teaching and Education (UCITE)Music teacher education; choral music education, Daniel Goldmark, PhD(University of California, Los Angeles)Professor; Head of Popular Music Studies; Director of the Center for Popular Music StudiesAmerican popular music; film music; history of the music industry, Benjamin C. Helton, PhD(University of Illinois)Assistant Professor; Director of Spartan Marching BandMusic teacher education; instrumental music education, Kathleen A. Horvath, PhD(The Ohio State University)Professor; Director of OrchestrasMusic teacher education; string education and pedagogy, Lisa Huisman Koops, PhD(Michigan State University)Professor; Head of Music Education; Coordinator of Graduate Studies in Music EducationMusic teacher education; general music; early childhood music, Nathan B. Kruse, PhD(Michigan State University)Associate ProfessorMusic teacher education; research methods, Susan McClary, PhD(Harvard University)Fynette H. Kulas Professor of Music; Head of Musicology16th- and 17th-century music; cultural criticism; music theory and analysis; 21st-century opera, Ryan Scherber, PhD(Florida State University)Assistant Professor; Director of BandsMusic teacher education; instrumental education; quantitative research methods, Robert Walser, PhD(University of Minnesota)ProfessorAmerican music; jazz history; popular music studies; contemporary music production technology. Each song is placed in context, with an eye towards culture, symbolism, history, poetry/lyrics, and customs. 1 Unit. MUGN 399. 1 - 18 Units. While the primary approach in this seminar is historiographical, ethnomusicological principles may be utilized where appropriate to examine contemporary genres of Christian music from the Two-Thirds or Majority World. Graduate students in music may be advised by their program advisor to take this course for variable credit (0-3 units). Pedagogy in Practice. Recommended preparation: Entrance Jury/Audition. Recital Document I - D.M.A.. 1 - 3 Units. Once during the semester students will provide the group with a chapter (or part of a chapter, or conference paper), which they will read. MUED 651. MUAP 225. Prereq: Graduate Music Education major and MUED 440 or requisites not met permission. Written evaluations included as part of this report, along with course grades and materials, will constitute the beginnings of the portfolio maintained by the coordinator of graduate studies that will be the basis for considering each student’s advancement into the PhD program. See the. MUAP 321. The course will consist of two components: applied study on each brass instrument; and study/discussion of current pedagogical practices. I know at my school private music lessons are an additional fee. 1 - 3 Units. Recommended preparation: Concurrent enrollment in MUED 396B. Open to all CWRU students, faculty and staff, as well as the University Circle community, the Core provides a space to gather and collaborate, design in visual and aural mediums, and create masterpieces. Repertoire is usually suggested by students and chosen in collaboration with the instructor. An introduction to the theories of Heinrich Schenker and their application to the analysis of tonal music. Secondary instrumental or vocal instruction (graduate level). The program also owns a wide range of historical keyboard instruments: French, Italian, and German harpsichords, a continuo organ, and two fortepianos. The Klezmer Music Ensemble is dedicated to learning and performing traditional East European Jewish folk music (Klezmer Music). Free from distractions, our studios provide the perfect place to learn music. About the Course. 3 Units. Goals of the University Chorale include developing basic musicianship skills, learning healthy singing habits, and enjoying sharing music with fellow singers and the community. Plan C (MA for Licensure, or MAL) I have been taking private piano lessons at my college. Recommended preparation: MUAR 201. Upon completion of the dissertation, an oral defense is held. 0 Unit. 0 - 1 Units. MUAP 700. MUHI 610. Progress Jury Examination (All BA and BS Music Majors). 1 Unit. This course includes a required Lab component. MUHI 443. 1 - 18 Units. MUHI 316. Offered as MUED 320 and MUED 420. 1 - 3 Units. MUTH 101I contains four components: (1) written work emphasizing topics such as key signatures, scales, intervals, triad and seventh chord construction, voice leading, and harmonic analysis; (2) keyboard exercises that complement theoretical studies, including scales, folk melody accompaniment, chorale harmonization, and figured bass; (3) ear training consisting of various types of dictation and listening exercises; and (4) sight singing with an emphasis on diatonic materials. 3 Units. Sixteenth century modal counterpoint. MUED 591. 3 Units. Seminar in Musicology. This document should be submitted at least two weeks prior to a prospectus defense, scheduled no later than April 1. Audio Production in Pro Tools. The lessons of this program will be held at 10900 Euclid Ave. This course is intended for graduate music education students who desire to perform at a high level. The dissertation topic is chosen by the student in consultation with the faculty. Recording Studio Maintenance II. 2 Units. Details about our practice rooms, operating hours, general usage guidelines, building access, etc., can be found on the Department of Music Facilities webpage. One-to-one music lessons for all ages and levels Custom-tailored lessons according to your progress. Group class meetings will take place on campus, and individual, mentored lab experiences will be held via Skype or in students' schools. Students interested in pursuing this opportunity must obtain a permit from the Music Department in Haydn Hall t… The Music Graduate Student Handbook outlines in detail the procedures and timeline for dissertation completion and graduation. The Case Percussion Ensemble is open to all interested Case-affiliated individuals who seek to continue their musical development by performing percussion ensemble literature. 3 Units. Collegium Musicum. 2 Units. The faculty may place you in an alternate primary ensemble in certain semesters (see the Music Undergraduate Student Handbook). Music in Early Childhood. MUAP 521. Based on these examinations, students may be required to enroll in specific courses to address deficiencies; these course credits may be applied toward the degree requirements. In depth conducting techniques on contemporary music and mixed meter compositions, along with the development of a comprehensive conducting bibliography are the major components in this seminar. Concert Choir members have the opportunity to perform choral-orchestral repertoire through collaborations with the Case University Circle Orchestra and our other University Circle neighbors. Topics and content include: definitions of world/multicultural music; philosophical basis for world music in education; diversity in our Cleveland community; authenticity; ethnomusicology; informal/formal music learning; international perspectives; pedagogical approaches; addressing the State and National Standards through world music in education; and the development of culturally informed music pedagogy based on the study of diverse music. MUAP 602. Advanced Research in Music Education. It is a warm, intimate, and acoustically resonant space for the performance of vocal and instrumental chamber music. Applied music lessons for students not majoring in music are available with consent of the department (additional fee). A study of advanced microphone, recording, and monitoring systems and techniques with an emphasis on two track digital recordings of classical music and critical listening. Christian Music: Historical and Global Perspectives. 3 Units. Coreq: MUEN 384. Undergraduate Independent Studies. 2 Units. MUGN 752. 2 Units. Additional course in theory (MUTH), history (MUHI), and/or performance (MUAP or MUEN). 16) The Core is a Macintosh computer classroom and lab dedicated to mind, sound, and vision. MUAP 604. Qualifying Exam Practicum. Limited to music and music education majors. About Music Lessons. MUGN 220. Prereq: MUTH 102 or MUTH 104. Music. 3 Units. Intensive Theory and Aural Skills 1. Once the SAGES and General Education Requirements have been met, a BA student can add another major within the College of Arts and Sciences by meeting the course and credit unit requirements found in this bulletin under the appropriate department. 0 - 3 Units. MUTH 101 contains four components: (1) written work emphasizing topics such as key signatures, scales, intervals, triad and seventh chord construction, voice leading, and harmonic analysis; (2) keyboard exercises that complement theoretical studies, including scales, folk melody accompaniment, chorale harmonization, and figured bass; (3) ear training consisting of various types of dictation and listening exercises; and (4) sight singing with an emphasis on diatonic materials. This course is meant to provide students with an introduction to the role of music in the history, reception, and popularity of the Broadway and Hollywood musical, with a particular focus on the creators--the composers, lyricists, and orchestrators. Prereq: MUAP 421. 3 Units. MUAR 390. Double Major, Dual-Degree, and Secondary Major Opportunities. Harkness Classroom, located inside of Harkness Chapel, serves as an academic classroom and a backstage area during performances. Secondary instrumental or vocal instruction (undergraduate level). MUAR 380. Case Audio Recording Internship IV. 1 Unit. Audition required for part placement only. Audio recording majors only. Specialties: music lessons, piano lessons, guitar lessons, voice lessons, music theory and music composition, songwriting, music instruction. Music lessons are the core of our offerings. The distinction appears on the transcript, is announced at commencement, and is printed in the commencement program. Applied Music/Ensembles. Students in Plan A receive 6 credit units for thesis research. You get a hobby, you get to perform, and you get a few credit hours of easy A — all things well sought after at Case. Principal Level Performance Area VII. ... Get unlimited access to all lessons and study tools Learn More. Multitrack Recording Techniques I. We have strong programs in Music Education, History, and Theory; and private lessons on all instruments and voice. The ensemble maintains a tradition of excellence in performance, strives to improve group and individual musicianship skills, and fosters community building. 2 Units. The department maintains an impressive collection of modern reproductions of early instruments. DMA Principal Performance V. 3 Units. There is a significant written component that requires regular submission of drafts, progress reports, evidence of project advancement, and a final written document. Case Western Reserve University offers on-campus housing. Elena Mullins conducts Early Music Singers, teaches the master’s-level survey course in medieval music history, and assists with the baroque dance class. The applied lesson fee is waived for all music majors. American Popular Song to 1950. Digital Music: Composition and Production. The course also looks at examples from the works of earlier artists who address similar themes such as Ma Rainey, Bessie Smith, Muddy Waters, Billie Holiday, Nina Simone, Little Richard, James Brown, Marvin Gaye, and Aretha Franklin. Typical combinations of dual degrees include the BA in music (College of Arts and Sciences) with the BS in engineering (School of Engineering). Music Education Doctoral Seminar. (Kelvin Smith Library, 1st floor) 1 - 3 Units. Principal Performance Area VIII. MUAP 324. 3 Units. MUHI 436. Baroque Dance Ensemble. Popular Music (e.g. Musical styles and structures of jazz and American popular music; emphasis on music since 1900. Offered as MUED 396B and MUED 496B. Course requirements span six semesters and combine core graduate music and music education courses (30 credit units), licensure courses (31 credit units), with student teaching (12 credit units). Better yet, you can take private lessons. (Credit as arranged.) In this course, students focus on advanced score study, preparation, and analysis. The department encourages qualified students to consider a double major in music and another BA degree program. 1-on-1 in-home tutoring from the best tutors in Cleveland, OH! Prereq: MUED 440. Prereq: MUTH 101 or MUTH 101I or placement by examination. Sociology of Music Education. Students may register for the lecture preparation in either the fall or spring semester. 4 Units. This course is intended for BS and MA-Licensure music education majors, and acquaints students with various teaching settings in P-12 schools in the greater Cleveland area; allows students to observe and teach with practicing music teachers; and fosters critical thinking skills related to effective teaching, lesson planning, and other elements of teaching. 3 Units. See the Music Graduate Student Handbook for the policy to submit a proposal, prepare for the recital. Intended for undergraduate/graduate voice and collaborative piano majors with insufficient background in the fundamental rules of German pronunciation and the International Phonetic Alphabet. The Music Graduate Student Association at Case Western Reserve University, in association with the Department of Music and the Baker-Nord Center for the Humanities, is pleased to announce an upcoming…, Klezmer Ensemble Remote Ensemble Broadcast, -CANCELLED- Symphonic Winds Virtual Concert 2. Phase Two, which includes a proscenium theater, a black box studio theater, rehearsal studios, practice rooms, and costume and scene shops, is under construction. Before 1700 (e.g., Josquin motets, Monteverdi madrigals, Frescobaldi toccatas) Prereq: MUTH 102 or MUTH 104. Advanced Conducting, Score Analysis and Rehearsal Techniques. 0 Unit. Intensive Field Experience. If the second attempt is also unsatisfactory, the student will not be allowed to continue in the degree program. A minimum of 30 credit units is required for Plan A and Plan B. MA students may take 300-level classes provided that 18 credit units of 400-level courses have been completed (faculty approval required). MUHI 201. A number of music ensembles are open to all students. Rotating topics will vary in nature and will include developing and presenting research presentations, publishing student work, discussing the political and social landscapes of academia, considering research-oriented collaborations between doctoral students and/or faculty members, preparing for the job hunt, planning for the tenure process, and other pertinent issues surrounding music teaching and learning in higher education. Topics addressed include communications and the arts, technology in learning, interdisciplinary learning, collaborative learning and teaching, creating a supportive environment, and professional development. (by special arrangement), Applied Music/Ensembles (taken each semester to reflect participation in multiple ensembles), Historical Performance Progress Jury (required in the spring of the first year), Historical Performance Practice Studio Class (taken each semester), M.A. In 1977, he moved to Massachusetts and began teaching in the Boston area. Specific topics may include basic psychoacoustical processes, auditory perception, cognitive organization of musical sound, tonal and musical memory, neuromusical research, affective and physiological responses to music, learning theory, musical aptitude, developmental processes, and motivation. Music lessons are taught at my home studio in Westlake Village, CA with digital & video recording capabilities. Required coursework includes MUHI 610 Research Methods in Music and MUHI 612 Analysis for Music Historians, as well as three doctoral MUHI 590 Seminar in Musicology courses. Limited to music and music education majors. MUAR 253B. 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