MUS 231B : Applied Music, Western (Voice)

This course provides individual instruction in vocal performance. The course covers intermediate vocal technique paced to an appropriate level for each student’s experience. Applied Voice is a performance class. The emphasis will be toward developing vocal technique that focuses on breath technique, expression, movement, clarity, dynamics, diction and musicianship. May be repeated up to 4 credits. (1 hour individual instruction)

Prerequisites

A grade of C or better in MUS 121 B

Course Outcomes

  • Demonstrate intermediate level concepts of vocal performance .
  • Demonstrate musical concepts such as rhythm, breath support, dynamics, expression, and diction in accurate performance of selected repertoire
  • Demonstrate musical concepts such as rhythm, breath support, dynamics, expression, and diction in accurate performance of selected repertoire 3. Sight read vocal music with increasing accuracy and musicianship.
  • Demonstrate professional performance practices

Course Details

Discipline:

Credits:

1

Designation:

DA