The following courses will satisfy the Visual and Performing Arts category: 101, 121, 122, 141, 201, 202, 221, 222, 223, 228, 232, 233, 241, 245, 246, 261, 262, 263, and 265. The following courses will satisfy the Historical Thought category: 325, 328.
Cultural Diversity Requirement
Music 141, 241, 242, 245, 246, and 263 are options for fulfilling the cultural diversity requirement.
Rationale for Course Numbering
All courses numbered below 100 are Pass/Fail and do not carry academic credit.
100-level courses are broad, introductory surveys that have no prerequisites nor require any previous musical training.
200-level courses are typically narrower in scope, focus on a particular style, genre, or musical culture, and, in a few cases, may require a prerequisite or previous musical training.
300-level courses are advanced courses, typically designed for music majors and requiring one or more prerequisite courses.
400-level courses are seminars for upper class majors.
Vocal and Instrumental Study
Vocal and instrumental studies are offered as follows:
Bassoon - Joshua Hood
Cello - Alan Black
Clarinet - David Allen
Contrabass: Classical - Jeff Ferdon
Contrabass: Jazz - Dustin Hofsess
Flute - Amy Orsinger Whitehead
Guitar: Classical - James Easteppe
Guitar: Folk, Banjo, Mandolin and Fiddle - Jon Singleton
Guitar: Jazz, Jazz Fusion, Contemporary Jazz - Dustin Hofsess
Harp - Andrea Mumm
Harpsichord - Neil Lerner
Horn - Frank Portone
Oboe - Erica Cice
Organ - Dongho Lee
Percussion - Adam Snow
Percussion: Non-Western - Adam Snow
Piano: Classical - William Fried, Cynthia Lawing
Piano: Jazz - Lovell Bradford
Saxophone - Tim Gordon
Trombone - Scott Hartman
Trumpet: Classical - William Lawing
Trumpet: Jazz - Matt Postle
Tuba - Geoffrey Whitehead
Violin, Viola - Joseph Meyer
Voice - Jacquelyn Culpepper, Brad Fugate, Ilana Lubitsch