Provides an introduction to the field of music therapy and prepares students for their first clinical assignments.

Music fundamentals and the beginning of diatonic harmony, part-writing, and analysis.

Fundamentals of ear training involving aural perception of materials of Music Theory I. Laboratory in aural skills drill and keyboard harmony included.

A continuation of the material of Music Theory I through more complex diatonic part-writing and analysis through beginning chromatic harmony and analysis. Keyboard harmony work is included.

Ear training involving diatonic and beginning chromatic materials.

Applied music instruction (instrumental or vocal) offered at all levels through enrollment in the University of Georgia Community Music School.

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Weekly vocal or instrumental one-on-one applied instruction with seminar.

Applied instruction in a musical instrument or voice for the freshman year.

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Weekly instruction in a major or secondary applied instrument or voice, both one-on-one and in seminar.

Applied instruction in a musical instrument or voice for the freshman year.

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Weekly instruction in a major or secondary applied instrument or voice, both one-on-one and in seminar.

Applied instruction in a musical instrument or voice for the second semester of the freshman year.

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Weekly instruction in a major or secondary applied instrument, voice, or composition, both one-on-one and in seminar. Credit hours vary…

An introduction to guitar playing. Students will learn basic fundamentals that will allow them to perform well-known songs as well as music that is less familiar. A variety of styles will be explored, including rock, blues, folk, and classical. Students must provide their own acoustic guitar.…

Provides students with the opportunity to not only study the traditional music of Trinidad, but also to experience this music through performance. Students will also learn about the history and evolution of the steel drum.

The art of music listening involving study of the evolution of a wide range of musical styles from both western and non-western traditions. The course's approach is substantially chronological with elements of music also being covered.

The art of music listening involving study of the evolution of a wide range of musical styles from both western and non- Western traditions. The course's approach is substantially chronological, with elements of music also being covered.

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Beginning level of practical experience in conducting music therapy sessions with selected clients. Includes observation, assisting, planning, implementation, and documentation of weekly music therapy sessions throughout the semester.

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Continuation of beginning level of practical experience in conducting music therapy sessions with selected clients. Includes assessment, planning, implementation, and documentation of weekly music therapy sessions throughout the semester.

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Rotating subjects in popular music, drawing upon a wide variety of influences and ethnicities. Course content will be drawn from such topics as jazz, Hispanic styles and influences, folksong, and American musical theatre.

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Rotating subjects in popular music, drawing upon a wide variety of influences and ethnicities. Course content will be drawn from such topics as jazz, Hispanic styles and influences, folksong, and American musical theatre.

A historical survey of the development of jazz as an indigenous American art form.

The study of rock music from its origins to the present. Examination of the place of rock music in society, from its roots in African American blues and European American folk to its place in current society.

A survey of musical styles created and/or developed by African Americans in North America from c. 17th century to the 21st century. Includes socio-cultural approach drawing from the African heritage to other continental appropriations. Key personalities in the development of the African American…

A survey of musical styles created and/or developed by African Americans in North America from c. 17th century to the 21st century. Includes socio-cultural approach drawing from the African heritage to other continental appropriations. Key personalities in the development of the African American…

A survey of musical styles created and/or developed by African Americans in North America from c. 17th century to the 21st century. Includes socio-cultural approach drawing from the African heritage to other continental appropriations. Key personalities in the development of the African American…

A survey of musical styles created and/or developed by African Americans in North America from the 17th century to the 21st century. Includes a socio-cultural approach drawing from the African heritage to other continental appropriations. Key personalities in the development of the African…

Explores the history and aesthetics of film music. The course relies on three assumptions: 1) that a film's score fundamentally alters the viewer's perception of the film; 2) that the film's images affect the way the viewer hears the music; and 3) that the combination of music and images can…

Chromatic harmony involving part-writing, composition, and analysis.