MUS 122H: Hawaiian Singing 2

Credits 2 Lab Hours 2 Lecture Hours 1

This class is a performance and history course that focuses on different Hawaiian singing styles and qualities of voice at an intermediate level. May be repeated up to 6 credits.

Prerequisite Courses

Grade of C or better in MUS 121H or instructor consent.

Course Outcomes
  • Discuss the origins and development of vocal techniques for Hawaiian Singing.
  • Demonstrate intermediate level vocal techniques of diction, tone production, and breath control in Hawaiian Language music performance.
  • Demonstrate different styles of Hawaiian vocal production and qualities of voice.
  • Demonstrate professional performance practices.