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Musicology:

MUSI 205 - Music Appreciation

This course promotes the enjoyment of music through engaged listening. Through aural analysis of recordings, students will learn to discern the various aspects [physical, psychological, social, ethical, etc.] inherent in music and its aesthetic evaluation. The main forms, genres and styles are introduced and analyzed. Music reading skills are not required.

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MUSI 250 - World Music

This course acquaints students with the musical practices of selected cultural areas from various parts of the globe. We will listen to music analytically and examine the social and cultural significance that music and music-making have for those who perform, listen, or otherwise engage with it. We will also learn about the role that music has in defining different types of identity (social, regional, religious, cultural, etc.), the development of different types of music both as a result of internal continuity and due to interactions with other cultural groups, and the relationship of music to alternate ways of looking at the world.

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MUSI 251 - Popular Music

This course takes students through the development of Western popular musical styles such as blues, gospel, jazz, folk, country-and-western and rock-and-roll. The course examines the musical elements that define these common genres, how those elements have changed over time and how popular music has both reflected and influenced social change.

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MUSI 304 - The Romantic Period in Western Classical Music

An overview of Western Classical music in the Romantic era with weekly seminars on special topics.

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MUSI 305 - Western Classical Music of the 20th Century

An overview of modernist and post-modernist Western Classical music with weekly seminars on set theory and the twelve-tone system.

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MUSI 306 - A History of Western Classical Music

An overview of Western Classical music in its cultural context as it developed from Antiquity to the present with weekly seminars on special topics.

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MUSI 308 - Western Classical Music in the Baroque and Vienna Classic Periods

An overview of the Baroque and Vienna Classic eras of Western Classical Music with weekly seminars on special topics.

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MUSI 350 - World Music

This course acquaints students with the musical practices of selected cultural areas from various parts of the globe. We will listen to music analytically and examine the social and cultural significance that music and music-making have for those who perform, listen, or otherwise engage with it. We will also learn about the role that music has in defining different types of identity (social, regional, religious, cultural, etc.), the development of different types of music both as a result of internal continuity and due to interactions with other cultural groups, and the relationship of music to alternate ways of looking at the world. This course fulfils requirements for music majors through a weekly 50-minute seminar, specialized assignments and modified examinations.

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MUSI 351 - Popular Music

This course takes students through the development of Western popular musical styles such as blues, gospel, jazz, folk, country-and-western and rock-and-roll. The course examines the musical elements that define these common genres, how those elements have changed over time and how popular music has both reflected and influenced social change. Fulfils requirements for music majors through a weekly 50-minute seminar, specialized assignments and modified examinations.

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MUSI 376 - Studies In Christian Worship

A study of Christian worship which includes biblical principles for worship, the historical development of liturgy, cultural dynamics in contemporary worship, and explores the rich and varied resources with the ecumenical Christian community. Themes to be studied include praise and lament, confession and proclamation, use of the lectionary, sacraments, liturgical dance, the use of art in worship, the relationship of worship and justice, and more. There will be a strong emphasis on the music of worship. Students will have an opportunity to attend various worship services as well plan, lead, and participate in worship. This course meets the senior level foundation theology requirement only for students with music as their major/first concentration. Same as THEO 376

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MUSI 495 - Systematic Musicology

A counterpart to the Historical Musicology courses, this capstone course is a fascinating exploration of how music interacts with a variety of other disciplines, from acoustics and psychology to aesthetics and economics.

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MUSI 496 - Directed Study in Musicology

This one-hour-per-week directed study is open to students who want to explore a specialized musicological topic.

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Aural Skills:

MUSI 217 - Aural Skills I

Topics include an introduction to the tonic sol-fa system sight-singing system, performance and recognition of ascending and descending diatonic intervals, diatonic melodies, root position chord progressions and rhythms in simple and compound metres.

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MUSI 267 - Aural Skills 2

Topics include performance and recognition of ascending and descending chromatic intervals, melodies and chord progressions with tonicizations and rhythms including the 2:3, 3:2 cross-rhythm.

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MUSI 317 - Aural Skills 3

Topics include performance and recognition of compound intervals, melodies with modulation, chord progressions with secondary functions and complex rhythms.

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MUSI 367 - Aural Skills 4

Topics include performance and recognition of chromatic and modulating melodies, modulating chord progressions including chords of the flat sixth, rhythms with changing metre and the 3:4, 4:3 cross-rhythm.

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MUSI 467 - Advanced Aural Skills

Topics include performance and recognition of modal, freely chromatic, octatonic, whole-tone and non-tonal melodies, non-tonal sonorities, metrical modulation, advanced beat groupings and the 5:4 and 5:3 cross-rhythms.

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Music Theory:

MUSI 200 - Introduction to Music Theory

A course designed to provide the student with a solid foundation in the principles and tools of music theory. Topics include rhythmic notation, major and minor scales, intervals, chords and cadences.

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MUSI 216 - Tonal Harmony I

Topics include harmonic progression, three- and four-part voice-leading, non-chord tones and an introduction to phrase structure.

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MUSI 266 - Tonal Harmony 2

Topics include seventh chords, secondary functions, modulation, mode mixture and large forms.

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MUSI 316 - Tonal Harmony 3

Topics include chords of the flat sixth, enharmonic re-spelling and dominant extensions.

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MUSI 416 - Introduction to Modal Counterpoint

An introduction to two-part species counterpoint including invertible counterpoint, cadence formulas, mixed values and the imitative duo.

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MUSI 466 - Analysis of Tonal Music

Advanced study of tonal harmony includes basic Schenkerian linear analysis, interworking of text and tonality, sonata-allegro form and tonality of the late nineteenth- and twentieth-centuries.

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MUSI 493 - Directed Study in Composition or Music Theory

This one-our-per-week directed study is open to students who want to explore music composition or a specialized music theory topic.

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Music Seminars/Tutorials:

MUSI 385 - Music Internship I

Placement of a student with an employer organization for work experience. The practicum is designed by the student, supervising faculty member, and supervising organizational director, to integrate the liberal arts study of music with work experience in a professional music context.

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MUSI 395 - Leadership In Praise and Worship Music

This course prepares students for musical leadership in a contemporary Christian Praise and Worship setting. Students work with an instructor for one hour each week to develop specific skills. Students demonstrate their skills in Chapel services at the university and/or in cooperative intern positions in local assemblies.

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MUSI 399 - Special Topics in Music

A course on a topic or figure of special interest to a member of the music faculty and offered on a non-recurring basis.

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MUSI 485 - Music Internship II

Placement of a student with an employer organization for work experience. The practicum is designed by the student, supervising faculty member, and supervising organizational director, to integrate the liberal arts study of music with work experience in a professional music context.

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MUSI 488 - Lyric Diction

This one-hour-per-week tutorial course is for singers and for pianists interested in coaching voice. Students will build a knowledge of the pronunciation of the languages required to perform the repertoire of the Western European tradition through the use of the International Phonetic Alphabet.

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MUSI 491 - Mixed Ensemble Chamber Music

This one-hour-per-week tutorial course is open to two or more advanced students who wish to form a mixed chamber ensemble of unlike instruments.

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MUSI 492 - Directed Vocal or Instrumental Study

This one-hour-per-week tutorial course is open to the exploration of specialized topics related to a student's voice or instrument.

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MUSI 494 - Advanced Choral Study

This one-hour-per-week tutorial course provides a directed study in choral conducting or some other area in choral music.

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MUSI 497 - Creative Techniques

This open one-hour-per-week tutorial course may address a variety of creative musical fields: from music composition and arranging to creative stage techniques for singers and improvisation.

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MUSI 498 - Senior Recital Preparation

This one-hour-per-week tutorial course provides an additional coaching session per week for students preparing for their Senior Recital.

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MUSI 499 - Topics in Music

This open senior-level independent study may involve any area of music: from the chosen instrument to reading, research, and/or analysis/interpretation on a topic arranged with a music professor or instructor.

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Liturgical Repertoire and Conducting/Choral Conducting:

MUSI 235 - Introduction to Liturgical Music Repertoire and Conducting I

This course introduces organists or pianists to the basic conducting techniques, repertoire, and liturgical role of choral music within the worship service.

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MUSI 285 - Introduction to Liturgical Music Repertoire and Conducting II

A continuation of MUSI 235.

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MUSI 330 - Choral Conducting I

This course introduces the student to the technique of choral conducting and choral repertoire. It is required of all senior students in the Diploma of Church Music program. The consent of the instructor is required for others.

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MUSI 331 - Choral Conducting II

Advanced choral conducting techniques, choral practicum and choral literature. It is required of all senior students in the Diploma of Church Music program.

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Instrumental Ensemble:

MUSI 240 - Instrumental Ensemble Ia

This course allows the student to acquire orchestral or instrumental ensemble experience in an educational setting through enrolment in a University of Alberta instrumental ensemble course (e.g. University Orchestra, Academy Strings, Concert Band, Orchestral winds, Wind Ensemble, or Jazz Band) or in a comparable university-level orchestra ensemble.

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MUSI 290 - Instrumental Ensemble Ib

Continuation of MUSI 240.

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MUSI 340 - Instrumental Ensemble

These courses allow students to acquire orchestral or instrumental ensemble experience through enrolment in a University of Alberta instrumental ensemble (University Orchestra, Academy Strings, Orchestral Winds, Concert Band or Wind Ensemble) or through enrolment in the Festival City Winds Music Society. As well, these courses can be used to allow students to acquire chamber music experience if two or more students form like-instrument ensembles.

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MUSI 390 - Instrumental Ensemble

These courses allow students to acquire orchestral or instrumental ensemble experience through enrolment in a University of Alberta instrumental ensemble (University Orchestra, Academy Strings, Orchestral Winds, Concert Band or Wind Ensemble) or through enrolment in the Festival City Winds Music Society. As well, these courses can be used to allow students to acquire chamber music experience if two or more students form like-instrument ensembles.

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MUSI 440 - Instrumental Ensemble

These courses allow students to acquire orchestral or instrumental ensemble experience through enrolment in a University of Alberta instrumental ensemble (University Orchestra, Academy Strings, Orchestral Winds, Concert Band or Wind Ensemble) or through enrolment in the Festival City Winds Music Society. As well, these courses can be used to allow students to acquire chamber music experience if two or more students form like-instrument ensembles.

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MUSI 490 - Instrumental Ensemble

These courses allow students to acquire orchestral or instrumental ensemble experience through enrolment in a University of Alberta instrumental ensemble (University Orchestra, Academy Strings, Orchestral Winds, Concert Band or Wind Ensemble) or through enrolment in the Festival City Winds Music Society. As well, these courses can be used to allow students to acquire chamber music experience if two or more students form like-instrument ensembles.

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MUSI 540 - Instrumental Ensemble

These courses allow students to acquire orchestral or instrumental ensemble experience through enrolment in a University of Alberta instrumental ensemble (University Orchestra, Academy Strings, Orchestral Winds, Concert Band or Wind Ensemble) or through enrolment in the Festival City Winds Music Society. As well, these courses can be used to allow students to acquire chamber music experience if two or more students form like-instrument ensembles.

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MUSI 590 - Instrumental Ensemble

These courses allow students to acquire orchestral or instrumental ensemble experience through enrolment in a University of Alberta instrumental ensemble (University Orchestra, Academy Strings, Orchestral Winds, Concert Band or Wind Ensemble) or through enrolment in the Festival City Winds Music Society. As well, these courses can be used to allow students to acquire chamber music experience if two or more students form like-instrument ensembles.

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Chamber Choir/Choral Ensemble:

MUSI 105 - Community Chorus

This not-for-credit large choir rehearses once a week in the evening and performs in the major public concert at the end of each semester, as a stand-alone choir and with The King's University Concert and Chamber Choirs. The Community Chorus is open to anyone interested in choral music. No previous vocal or choral experience is necessary.

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MUSI 110 - Concert Choir IA (Non-Credit)

Singing in choir connects us to each other in marvellous musical ways and in today's world, we need to connect with each other. This large choir rehearses twice a week, performs multiple times each semester and works towards at least one major public performance each year. Students learn to sing a variety of repertoire from the world's choral traditions, to listen to each other and to follow a conductor. This choir is not auditioned and requires only a voice placement to join.

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MUSI 111 - Chamber Choir IA (Non-Credit)

This more advanced, smaller choir rehearses thrice a week, performs multiple times each semester and works towards at least one major public performance each year. It focuses primarily on a cappella repertoire. Students usually know how to sing already and experience refinement and development of their existing choral singing skills.

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MUSI 160 - Concert Choir IB (Non-Credit)

Singing in choir connects us to each other in marvellous musical ways and in today's world, we need to connect with each other. This large choir rehearses twice a week, performs multiple times each semester and works towards at least one major public performance each year. Students learn to sing a variety of repertoire from the world's choral traditions, to listen to each other and to follow a conductor. This choir is not auditioned and requires only a voice placement to join.

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MUSI 161 - Chamber Choir IB (Non-Credit)

This more advanced, smaller choir rehearses thrice a week, performs multiple times each semester and works towards at least one major public performance each year. It focuses primarily on a cappella repertoire. Students usually know how to sing already and experience refinement and development of their existing choral singing skills.

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MUSI 209 - Chamber Choir IA

This more advanced, smaller choir rehearses thrice a week, performs multiple times each semester and works towards at least one major public performance each year. It focuses primarily on a cappella repertoire. Students usually know how to sing already and experience refinement and development of their existing choral singing skills.

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MUSI 210 - Concert Choir IA

Singing in choir connects us to each other in marvellous musical ways and in today's world, we need to connect with each other. This large choir rehearses twice a week, performs multiple times each semester and works towards at least one major public performance each year. Students learn to sing a variety of repertoire from the world's choral traditions, to listen to each other and to follow a conductor. This choir is not auditioned and requires only a voice placement to join.

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MUSI 259 - Chamber Choir IB

This more advanced, smaller choir rehearses thrice a week, performs multiple times each semester and works towards at least one major public performance each year. It focuses primarily on a cappella repertoire. Students usually know how to sing already and experience refinement and development of their existing choral singing skills.

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MUSI 260 - Concert Choir IB

Singing in choir connects us to each other in marvellous musical ways and in today's world, we need to connect with each other. This large choir rehearses twice a week, performs multiple times each semester and works towards at least one major public performance each year. Students learn to sing a variety of repertoire from the world's choral traditions, to listen to each other and to follow a conductor. This choir is not auditioned and requires only a voice placement to join.

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MUSI 309 - Chamber Choir IIA

This more advanced, smaller choir rehearses thrice a week, performs multiple times each semester and works towards at least one major public performance each year. It focuses primarily on a cappella repertoire. Students usually know how to sing already and experience refinement and development of their existing choral singing skills.

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MUSI 310 - Concert Choir IIA

Singing in choir connects us to each other in marvellous musical ways and in today's world, we need to connect with each other.This large choir rehearses twice a week, performs multiple times each semester and works towards at least one major public performance each year. Students learn to sing a variety of repertoire from the world's choral traditions, to listen to each other and to follow a conductor. This choir is not auditioned and requires only a voice placement to join.

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MUSI 320 - Edmonton Opera Chorus IA

Advanced vocal students gain professional experience performing with Edmonton Opera in its chorus.

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MUSI 359 - Chamber Choir IIB

This more advanced, smaller choir rehearses thrice a week, performs multiple times each semester and works towards at least one major public performance each year. It focuses primarily on a cappella repertoire. Students usually know how to sing already and experience refinement and development of their existing choral singing skills.

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MUSI 360 - Concert Choir IIB

Singing in choir connects us to each other in marvellous musical ways and in today's world, we need to connect with each other. This large choir rehearses twice a week, performs multiple times each semester and works towards at least one major public performance each year. Students learn to sing a variety of repertoire from the world's choral traditions, to listen to each other and to follow a conductor. This choir is not auditioned and requires only a voice placement to join.

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MUSI 370 - Edmonton Opera Chorus IB

Advanced vocal students gain professional experience performing with Edmonton Opera in its chorus.

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MUSI 409 - Chamber Choir IIIA

This more advanced, smaller choir rehearses thrice a week, performs multiple times each semester and works towards at least one major public performance each year. It focuses primarily on a cappella repertoire. Students usually know how to sing already and experience refinement and development of their existing choral singing skills.

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MUSI 410 - Concert Choir IIIA

Singing in choir connects us to each other in marvellous musical ways and in today's world, we need to connect with each other. This large choir rehearses twice a week, performs multiple times each semester and works towards at least one major public performance each year. Students learn to sing a variety of repertoire from the world's choral traditions, to listen to each other and to follow a conductor. This choir is not auditioned and requires only a voice placement to join.

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MUSI 420 - Edmonton Opera Chorus IIA

Advanced vocal students gain professional experience performing with Edmonton Opera in its chorus.

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MUSI 459 - Chamber Choir IIIB

This more advanced, smaller choir rehearses thrice a week, performs multiple times each semester and works towards at least one major public performance each year. It focuses primarily on a cappella repertoire. Students usually know how to sing already and experience refinement and development of their existing choral singing skills.

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MUSI 460 - Concert Choir IIIB

Singing in choir connects us to each other in marvellous musical ways and in today's world, we need to connect with each other. This large choir rehearses twice a week, performs multiple times each semester and works towards at least one major public performance each year. Students learn to sing a variety of repertoire from the world's choral traditions, to listen to each other and to follow a conductor. This choir is not auditioned and requires only a voice placement to join.

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MUSI 470 - Edmonton Opera Chorus IIB

Advanced vocal students gain professional experience performing with Edmonton Opera in its chorus.

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MUSI 509 - Chamber Choir IVA

This more advanced, smaller choir rehearses thrice a week, performs multiple times each semester and works towards at least one major public performance each year. It focuses primarily on a cappella repertoire. Students usually know how to sing already and experience refinement and development of their existing choral singing skills.

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MUSI 510 - Concert Choir IVA

Singing in choir connects us to each other in marvellous musical ways and in today's world, we need to connect with each other. This large choir rehearses twice a week, performs multiple times each semester and works towards at least one major public performance each year. Students learn to sing a variety of repertoire from the world's choral traditions, to listen to each other and to follow a conductor. This choir is not auditioned and requires only a voice placement to join.

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MUSI 520 - Edmonton Opera Chorus IIIa

Advanced vocal students gain professional experience performing with Edmonton Opera in its chorus.

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MUSI 559 - Chamber Choir IVB

This more advanced, smaller choir rehearses thrice a week, performs multiple times each semester and works towards at least one major public performance each year. It focuses primarily on a cappella repertoire. Students usually know how to sing already and experience refinement and development of their existing choral singing skills.

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MUSI 560 - Concert Choir IVB

Singing in choir connects us to each other in marvellous musical ways and in today's world, we need to connect with each other. This large choir rehearses twice a week, performs multiple times each semester and works towards at least one major public performance each year. Students learn to sing a variety of repertoire from the world's choral traditions, to listen to each other and to follow a conductor. This choir is not auditioned and requires only a voice placement to join.

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MUSI 570 - Edmonton Opera Chorus IIIB

Advanced vocal students gain professional experience performing with Edmonton Opera in its chorus.

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Music Education:

MUSI 333 - Instrumental Conducting

This course introduces students to the basics of expressive conducting techniques for instrumental ensembles, including score study and performance program planning.

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MUSI 335 - Foundations of Music Education

This course explores principles and practices fundamental to the learning and teaching of music. Topics include philosophical bases for teaching music, psychological foundations of musical learning and an overview of major figures and concepts in learning theory as they relate to music curriculum guidelines and standards.

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MUSI 337 - Elementary Music Education Methods

This course addresses practical aspects of teaching music in an elementary school setting, including pedagogical issues surrounding different current methodologies, additional focus on music learning within a Kodaly context, and the place of music within the school culture. Lab hours will focus on peer teaching activities and observation.

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MUSI 338 - Secondary Music Education Methods

This course explores different approaches to music education in junior and senior high school settings, with emphasis on methods and materials for instrumental, choral, and general music classes. Pedagogical issues include the balance between aural and notational approaches to music, and the integration of performance with music theory, musicology and composition. Practical issues include curriculum development and implementation, plus the operation of a music program, including instrumentation, facilities, and music library organization. Lab hours will focus on peer teaching activities and observation.

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MUSI 341 - Brass Techniques I (Trumpet)

This course is designed to assist the student and future teacher in developing the necessary skills, techniques, knowledge and teaching methods for the trumpet as part of a Secondary Music Education focus.

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MUSI 342 - Brass Techniques II

This course is designed to assist the student and future teacher to develop the necessary skills, techniques, knowledge and teaching methods for French horn, trombone, euphonium and tuba as part of a Secondary Music Education focus.

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MUSI 344 - Woodwind Techniques

This course is designed to assist the student and future teacher in developing the necessary skills, techniques, knowledge and teaching methods for woodwind instruments including the flute, clarinet, oboe, bassoon and saxophone as part of a Secondary Music Education focus.

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MUSI 346 - Percussion Techniques

This course is designed to assist the student and future teacher in developing the necessary skills, techniques, knowledge and teaching methods for percussion instruments including the snare drum, keyboard percussion instruments, timpani, drum kit and the primary auxiliary instruments used in symphonic bands and orchestras as part of a Secondary Music Education focus.

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MUSI 348 - Elementary Education Musical Instrument Techniques

This course is designed to assist the student and future teacher in developing the necessary knowledge and techniques to teach the common musical instruments found in an elementary educational setting. These instruments include recorder, ukulele, Orff instrumentarium and various percussion instruments, as part of an Elementary Music Education focus.

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MUSI 489 - Piano Pedagogy I

This one-hour-per-week tutorial course teaches pianists to teach piano effectively and includes studio business modelling and other practical aspects of the piano teacher's career. Recommended for all piano students.

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MUSI 589 - Piano Pedagogy II

A continuation of MUSI 489. This one-hour-per-week tutorial course teaches pianists to teach piano effectively and includes studio business modelling and other practical aspects of the piano teacher's career. Recommended for all piano students.

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Applied Music:

MUSI 108 - Non-Credit Private Instruction

This non-credit course provides half-hour per week of private instruction on a chosen instrument or voice.

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MUSI 109 - Non-Credit Private Instruction

This non-credit course provides one hour per week of private instruction on a chosen instrument or voice.

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MUSI 211 - Non-Major Private Instruction

This eight-semester track of courses for non-majors provides half-hour per week of private instruction on a chosen instrument or voice. Students will learn repertoire and technique appropriate to their non-major level, may participate in repertoire classes and may perform in the Noon Tunes concert series once each semester.

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MUSI 214 - Common First-Year Private Instruction

MUSI214 and MUSI264 are the common, one-hour-per-week private lessons taken by all first-year music majors. Students will learn repertoire and technique appropriate to their level, may participate in repertoire classes and will perform in the Noon Tunes concert series once each semester.

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MUSI 261 - Non-Major Private Instruction

This eight-semester track of courses for non-majors provides half-hour per week of private instruction on a chosen instrument or voice. Students will learn repertoire and technique appropriate to their non-major level, may participate in repertoire classes and may perform in the Noon Tunes concert series once each semester.

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MUSI 264 - Common First-Year Private Instruction

MUSI214 and MUSI264 are the common, one-hour-per-week private lessons taken by all first-year music majors. Students will learn repertoire and technique appropriate to their level, may participate in repertoire classes and will perform in the Noon Tunes concert series once each semester.

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MUSI 311 - Non-Major Private Instruction

This eight-semester track of courses for non-majors provides half-hour per week of private instruction on a chosen instrument or voice. Students will learn repertoire and technique appropriate to their non-major level, may participate in repertoire classes and may perform in the Noon Tunes concert series once each semester.

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MUSI 313 - Performance Track Private Instruction

This six-semester track of courses provides one hour per week of private instruction on a chosen instrument or voice with a performance career focus. Students will learn repertoire and technique appropriate to an advanced level, may participate in repertoire classes and will perform in the Noon Tunes concert series at least twice each semester. As well, completion of MUSI 463 requires performance of a public, non-graded Junior Recital and completion of MUSI 563 requires performance of a public, graded Senior Recital.

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MUSI 314 - General Track Private Instruction

This six-semester track of courses provides one hour per week of private instruction on a chosen instrument or voice with a general career focus. Students will learn repertoire and technique appropriate to their level, may participate in repertoire classes and will perform in the Noon Tunes concert series once each semester.

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MUSI 361 - Non-Major Private Instruction

This eight-semester track of courses for non-majors provides half-hour per week of private instruction on a chosen instrument or voice. Students will learn repertoire and technique appropriate to their non-major level, may participate in repertoire classes and may perform in the Noon Tunes concert series once each semester.

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MUSI 363 - Performance Track Private Instruction

This six-semester track of courses provides one hour per week of private instruction on a chosen instrument or voice with a performance career focus. Students will learn repertoire and technique appropriate to an advanced level, may participate in repertoire classes and will perform in the Noon Tunes concert series at least twice each semester. As well, completion of MUSI 463 requires performance of a public, non-graded Junior Recital and completion of MUSI 563 requires performance of a public, graded Senior Recital.

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MUSI 364 - General Track Private Instruction

This six-semester track of courses provides one hour per week of private instruction on a chosen instrument or voice with a general career focus. Students will learn repertoire and technique appropriate to their level, may participate in repertoire classes and will perform in the Noon Tunes concert series once each semester.

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MUSI 411 - Non-Major Private Instruction

This eight-semester track of courses for non-majors provides half-hour per week of private instruction on a chosen instrument or voice. Students will learn repertoire and technique appropriate to their non-major level, may participate in repertoire classes and may perform in the Noon Tunes concert series once each semester.

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MUSI 413 - Performance Track Private Instruction

This six-semester track of courses provides one hour per week of private instruction on a chosen instrument or voice with a performance career focus. Students will learn repertoire and technique appropriate to an advanced level, may participate in repertoire classes and will perform in the Noon Tunes concert series at least twice each semester. As well, completion of MUSI 463 requires performance of a public, non-graded Junior Recital and completion of MUSI 563 requires performance of a public, graded Senior Recital.

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MUSI 414 - General Track Private Instruction

This six-semester track of courses provides one hour per week of private instruction on a chosen instrument or voice with a general career focus. Students will learn repertoire and technique appropriate to their level, may participate in repertoire classes and will perform in the Noon Tunes concert series once each semester.

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MUSI 461 - Non-Major Private Instruction

This eight-semester track of courses for non-majors provides half-hour per week of private instruction on a chosen instrument or voice. Students will learn repertoire and technique appropriate to their non-major level, may participate in repertoire classes and may perform in the Noon Tunes concert series once each semester.

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MUSI 463 - Performance Track Private Instruction

This six-semester track of courses provides one hour per week of private instruction on a chosen instrument or voice with a performance career focus. Students will learn repertoire and technique appropriate to an advanced level, may participate in repertoire classes and will perform in the Noon Tunes concert series at least twice each semester. As well, completion of MUSI 463 requires performance of a public, non-graded Junior Recital and completion of MUSI 563 requires performance of a public, graded Senior Recital.

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MUSI 464 - General Track Private Instruction

This six-semester track of courses provides one hour per week of private instruction on a chosen instrument or voice with a general career focus. Students will learn repertoire and technique appropriate to their level, may participate in repertoire classes and will perform in the Noon Tunes concert series once each semester.

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MUSI 511 - Non-Major Private Instruction

This eight-semester track of courses for non-majors provides half-hour per week of private instruction on a chosen instrument or voice. Students will learn repertoire and technique appropriate to their non-major level, may participate in repertoire classes and may perform in the Noon Tunes concert series once each semester.

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MUSI 513 - Performance Track Private Instruction

This six-semester track of courses provides one hour per week of private instruction on a chosen instrument or voice with a performance career focus. Students will learn repertoire and technique appropriate to an advanced level, may participate in repertoire classes and will perform in the Noon Tunes concert series at least twice each semester. As well, completion of MUSI 463 requires performance of a public, non-graded Junior Recital and completion of MUSI 563 requires performance of a public, graded Senior Recital.

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MUSI 514 - General Track Private Instruction

This six-semester track of courses provides one hour per week of private instruction on a chosen instrument or voice with a general career focus. Students will learn repertoire and technique appropriate to their level, may participate in repertoire classes and will perform in the Noon Tunes concert series once each semester.

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MUSI 561 - Non-Major Private Instruction

This eight-semester track of courses for non-majors provides half-hour per week of private instruction on a chosen instrument or voice. Students will learn repertoire and technique appropriate to their non-major level, may participate in repertoire classes and may perform in the Noon Tunes concert series once each semester.

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MUSI 563 - Performance Track Private Instruction

This six-semester track of courses provides one hour per week of private instruction on a chosen instrument or voice with a performance career focus. Students will learn repertoire and technique appropriate to an advanced level, may participate in repertoire classes and will perform in the Noon Tunes concert series at least twice each semester. As well, completion of MUSI 463 requires performance of a public, non-graded Junior Recital and completion of MUSI 563 requires performance of a public, graded Senior Recital.

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MUSI 564 - General Track Private Instruction

This six-semester track of courses provides one hour per week of private instruction on a chosen instrument or voice with a general career focus. Students will learn repertoire and technique appropriate to their level, may participate in repertoire classes and will perform in the Noon Tunes concert series once each semester.

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MUSI 601 - Advanced Performance I

One hour per week of private instruction for advanced musical performers.

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MUSI 602 - Advanced Performance II

One hour per week of private instruction for advanced musical performers.

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MUSI 603 - Directed Advanced Study I

One hour per week of directed study of a topic related to the chosen instrument or voice.

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MUSI 604 - Directed Advanced Study II

One hour per week of directed study of a topic related to the chosen instrument or voice.

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MUSI 648 - Advanced Recital I

One hour per week of coaching in preparation for the term-end graded recital.

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MUSI 649 - Advanced Recital II

One hour per week of coaching in preparation for the term-end graded recital.

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MUSI 651 - Advanced Performance III

One hour per week of private instruction for advanced performers.

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MUSI 652 - Advanced Performance IV

One hour per week of private instruction for advanced performers.

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MUSI 653 - Advanced Directed Study III

One hour per week of directed study of a topic related to the chosen instrument or voice.

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MUSI 654 - Advanced Directed Study IV

One hour per week of directed study of a topic related to the chosen instrument or voice.

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MUSI 698 - Advanced Recital III

One hour per week of coaching in preparation for the term-end graded recital.

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MUSI 699 - Advanced Recital IV

One hour per week of coaching in preparation for the term-end graded recital.

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    Our Music grads get jobs as:

  • Arts Administrators
  • Composers
  • Conductors
  • Music Teachers
  • Professional Performers
  • Worship Leaders

    Our Music grads go on to study:

  • Arts Administration and Leadership
  • Education
  • Music Composition
  • Music Technology
  • Music Therapy
  • Musicology