Orchestral Conducting

Courses

Jacobs School Bulletin

2013-2014
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Courses offered by the Orchestral Conducting Department are listed below. Please check the Schedule of Classes for course offerings each semester. The letter "P" identifies prerequisites for the course listed.

MUS  G570 - Graduate Orchestral Conducting

Required for graduate students with an outside area or minor field in orchestral conducting.

MUS  G571 - Master’s Advanced Orchestral Conducting

P: Consent of instructor. Baton techniques and critical examination of scores; problems of rehearsal and interpretation. May be repeated for degree credit.

MUS  G603 - Master’s Orchestral Conducting Performance

MUS  G671 - Doctoral Advanced Orchestral Conducting

P: Consent of instructor. Baton technique and critical examination of scores; problems of rehearsal and interpretation. May be repeated for degree credit.

MUS  G801 - Doctoral Orchestral Conducting Performance

MUS  M571 - Master’s Seminar in Symphonic Literature 1

For majors and minors in conducting. All aspects of the study and conducting of symphonic literature and related areas.

MUS  M572 - Master’s Seminar in Symphonic Literature 2

For majors and minors in conducting. All aspects of the study and conducting of symphonic literature and related areas.

MUS  M671 - Doctoral Seminar in Symphonic Literature 1

P: Consent of instructor. Baton techniques and critical examination of scores; problems of rehearsal and interpretation.

MUS  M672 - Doctoral Seminar in Symphonic Literature 2

P: Consent of instructor. Baton techniques and critical examination of scores; problems of rehearsal and interpretation.

MUS  M673 - Doctoral Seminar in Symphonic Literature 3

P: Consent of instructor. Baton techniques and critical examination of scores; problems of rehearsal and interpretation.

MUS  M674 - Doctoral Seminar in Symphonic Literature 4

 P: Consent of instructor. Baton techniques and critical examination of scores; problems of rehearsal and interpretation.