Chamber and Collaborative Music

Courses

Jacobs School Bulletin

2019-20
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Courses offered by the Chamber & Collaborative Music Department are listed below. Please check the Schedule of Classes for course offerings each semester and consult individual course entries in this schedule for information on course prerequisites and corequisites.

MUS  F300 - Piano Accompanying

Sight reading, transposing, and acquaintance with vocal and instrumental literature.

MUS  F301 - Accompanying Recital

Rehearsal and performance as accompanist for a required public performance of a full undergraduate or graduate recital.

MUS  F420 - Topics in Performance Study

MUS  F450 - Chamber Music

Rehearsal and performance of chamber music.

MUS  F500 - Accompanying Recital

Required for MM piano majors. Student is assigned to an accompanying coach as a studio accompanist for one semester and must appear as accompanist for a required public performance of a full undergraduate or graduate recital.

MUS  F520 - Topics in Performance Study

MUS  F550 - Chamber Music

Rehearsal and performance of chamber music.

MUS  I614 - Performer Diploma Collaborative Piano Recital

MUS  M533 - Survey of Wind Literature for Collaborative Pianists

A practical, analytic, and historical study of relevant wind and brass repertoire. Emphasis on sonata/duo, concerti, and French conservatory pieces. Additional study of each instrument’s construction and capabilities.

MUS  M534 - Survey of String Literature for Collaborative Pianists

A practical, analytic, and historical study of relevant string repertoire. Emphasis on sonata/duo, standard concerti, and shorter character pieces. Additional study of each instrument’s construction and capabilities.

MUS  M633 - Wind Literature for Collaborative Pianists

A practical, analytical, and historical study of relevant woodwind and brass repertoire. Emphasis on sonata/duo, concerti, and French conservatory pieces. Additional study of each instrument's construction and capabilities. 

MUS  M634 - String Literature for Collaborative Pianists

A practical, analytical, and historical study of relevant string repertoire. Emphasis on sonata/duo, standard concerti, and shorter character pieces. Additional study of each instrument's construction and capabilities. 

MUS  X2 - Piano Accompanying

For BM piano majors who have passed the upper-division examination and for piano and collaborative piano majors in the MM, AD, PDSP, and PDCP programs.