Music Academics Courses

MUS
015
Hours
3
Music Fundamentals

Music Fundamentals (MUS 015) is a remedial course designed for incoming music majors and minors who require additional instruction in the rudiments of tonal music. Topics include clefs, pitches, rhythm, meter, scales, keys, intervals, and triads. Additionally, students will strengthen their musicianship skills applying the lessons to singing, listening, and playing the keyboard. Due to the elementary nature of the material, the lectures will include a fair amount of drill. Ultimately it offers a thorough preparation for the music theory sequence, which begins with Theory I (MUS 115). The class is open to non-majors if space permits.

MUS
115
Hours
4
Theory I

Study of the foundations of musical materials through analysis, writing, sight-singing, dictation, and keyboard skills. Offered in the fall semester.

MUS
117
Hours
4
Theory II

Study of the melodic and harmonic materials of the 18th and early 19th centuries through analysis, writing, sight-singing, dictation, and keyboard skills. Offered in the spring semester.

Prerequisite(s): MUS 115 with the grade of C- or better.
MUS
121
FA
Hours
3
Intro To Listening

Credit earned in this course may not be applied to a major program in the School of Music. The course presupposes no musical training on the student's part. Emphasis is on what to listen for in music.

Fine Arts
MUS
150
Hours
3
SONGWRITING TECHNIQUES AND ANALYSES

Lyrical and musical components of songs will be analyzed and compared with songwriting literature and performed on musical instruments or voice.

Prerequisite(s): None
MUS
155
Hours
3
Discover Your Inspiration

Imagine if you could turn on creativity like a car: rev the engine, cruise in the fast lane and park it until you need it again. Creativity really means perspiration x inspiration. You are not born with it, you have to cultivate it. This course will give you the tools to see all the possibilities around you as you begin your studies at the University of Alabama.

MUS
161
Hours
1
Oboe Reedmaking

Independent laboratory instruction in oboe reedmaking. Up to four semesters of MUS 161 may be counted toward the degree.

MUS
164
Hours
1
Chamber Choir

Applied ensemble for singers at the freshmen level.

MUS
180
Hours
2
Intro Music Therapy

Study of music as a human behavior and of music's use with the handicapped and those suffering from behavioral disorders.

Prerequisite(s): MUS 115
Prerequisite(s) with concurrency: MUS 115
MUS
182
Hours
2
Obsrv Orient Mu Therapy

Study of the functions of the music therapist with emphasis on the use of music in a therapeutic environment.

Prerequisite(s): MUS 180
MUS
215
Hours
4
Theory III

Study of musical materials and forms from the early to mid-19th century. Analysis, writing, sight-singing, dictation, and keyboard skills appropriate to the musical materials studied. Offered in the fall semester.

Prerequisite(s): MUS 117 with grade of C- or better.
MUS
217
Hours
4
Theory IV

Study of musical materials and forms from the mid- to late 19th century. Analysis, writing, sight-singing, dictation, and keyboard skills appropriate to the musical materials studied. Offered in the spring semester.

Prerequisite(s): MUS 215 with grade of C- or better.
MUS
219
Hours
2
Composition I

Basic techniques of musical composition.

MUS
220
Hours
2
Composition II

A continuation of Composition I. Basic techniques of musical composition.

MUS
228
Hours
1
Jazz Piano Jazz Theory I

Introduction to theoretic principles of jazz and application on the piano, including definition and applications of chords and scales, progressions, chord substitution principles. Offered in the fall semesters of even-numbered years.

MUS
229
Hours
1
Jazz Piano And Theory II

Continuation of MUS 228. Focus on modes, synthetic scales, altered extensions, and other extended techniques of the jazz idiom. Offered in the spring semesters of odd-numbered years.

MUS
230
Hours
1
Improvisation I

Theoretical and applied study of the tonal and rhythmic elements used in developing improvisational skills in jazz, rock, and pop media. Offered in the fall semesters of odd-numbered years.

MUS
231
Hours
1
Improvisation II

Continuation of MUS 230. Designed to develop advanced improvisational skills in the jazz idiom. Offered in the spring semesters of even-numbered years.

MUS
240
Hours
2
Piano Pedagogy

Study of teaching principles, methods, and materials; includes microteaching and observation. Offered in alternate spring semesters.

MUS
241
Hours
2
Organ Pedagogy

This course investigates materials, methods and techniques for teaching the beginning organ student.

MUS
244
Hours
2
String Pedagogy

Materials and methods for teaching string players in the early grades (both studio and class instruction). Offered according to demand.

MUS
250
FA
Hours
3
Music In World Cultures

Study of music in non-Western traditions (Africa, India, Japan, Indonesia, etc.).

Fine Arts
MUS
251
Hours
3
Music History I

History of music from the ancient Greeks through the end of the 17th century, with emphasis on critical analysis of musical, historical, and cultural contexts. Offered in the fall semester.

Prerequisite(s): MUS 250 (passing with a D- or better) MUS 117 (passing with a C- or better)
MUS
252
Hours
3
Music History II

History of music in the 18th and early 19th centuries, with emphasis on critical analysis of musical, historical, and cultural contexts. Offered in the spring semester.

Prerequisite(s): MUS 251
MUS
254
Hours
3
Diction For Singers I

Introduction to the International Phonetic Alphabet; study and practice of Italian and English diction. Offered in alternate years.

MUS
255
Hours
3
Diction For Singers II

Study and practice of German and French diction. Offered in alternate years.

MUS
280
Hours
2
Music Therapy Skills Repertoir

The course emphasizes command of the wealth of folk, popular, and recreational music of the main segments of American culture, as well as polished singing and accompanying skills needed for competent performance.

Prerequisite(s): MUS 182 and MUA 220
MUS
281
Hours
2
Music Recreation Techniques

This course introduces students to basic materials and methods used to engage people in leisure music activities, including singing, instrument playing, improvisation, and music listening. A large part of the course consists of learning to play and use music instruments and developing music repertoire. Students learn to lead basic activities in class and apply them in community settings with young children and senior adults.

Prerequisite(s): MUS 280 with a grade of C- or better. Corequisite: MUS 282
MUS
282
Hours
1
Music Therapy Practicum

Application of skills gained in MUS 281.

Prerequisite(s): MUA 220 and MUS 182 Corequisite: MUS 281
MUS
300
Hours
2
Intro Music Theory Research

An introduction to scholarly research for students who plan academic careers as musical theorists.

Prerequisite(s): Permission of the Instructor of record.
MUS
301
Hours
2
Concepts, Techniques, and Philosophy of Improvisation Through Music

A course in the practicality/functionality of music improvisation, including philosophical aspects of improvisation in all the arts and the relationship to other non-arts related disciplines.

MUS
303
Hours
3
16th Cent Counterpoint

Practical study, through analysis and composition, of vocal polyphony as developed in the 16th century. Offered in the spring semester of odd numbered years.

Prerequisite(s): MUS 117
MUS
304
Hours
3
18th Cent Counterpoint

The 18th-century style of counterpoint as developed by Bach. Offered in the fall semester.

Prerequisite(s): MUS 215
MUS
307
W
Hours
3
Form And Analysis

Complete survey of the forms of composition, beginning with phrase and period and covering large forms such as rondo, sonata, concerto, and fugue. Writing proficiency within this discipline is required for a passing grade in this course. Offered in the spring semester.

Prerequisite(s): MUS 217
Writing
MUS
310
Hours
3
Arranging

Basic jazz arranging techniques for small ensembles. Offered in the fall semester.

MUS
312
Hours
3
Intermediate Arranging

Continuation of MUS 310 (Arranging). Emphasis on writing for the big band and mixed media instrumentation, focusing on extended arranging techniques. Offered in the spring semester.

MUS
315
Hours
2
Mus Managemt Activity

Practical consideration of all aspects of concert production and administration for musicians and music business people.

MUS
316
Hours
2
Careers In Music

Exploration of careers in concert and commercial music for musicians and others. Offered spring semester.

MUS
319
Hours
3
Composition III

Projects in musical composition.

MUS
320
Hours
3
Composition IV

Projects in musical composition.

MUS
323
W
Hours
3
Music History III

History of music in the 19th and 20th centuries, with emphasis on critical analysis of musical, historical, and cultural contexts. Writing proficiency within this discipline is required for a passing grade in this course. Offered in the fall semester.

Prerequisite(s): MUS 252
Writing
MUS
324
Hours
2
Practical Skills and Concepts for the 21st Century Musician

The Course will provide information designed to challenge (student's) concepts of change, leadership and creativity. Concepts which are 21rst century necessities. Practical steps of implementation in these 3 areas will be offered through mini- internships in the SOM . In particular through activities involving the SOM Concert Hall, Recital Hall, Music Services, The TSO, the modern applied studio, Arts Council and the Alys Stephens Center. Students will learn how to work with others; focus on the underbelly of performance ; value the necessary stream of activity needed for a successful production. Such "productions" may include developing an idea, running a meeting, producing an event or a concert, write/speak about music and the arts.

MUS
325
Hours
3
Orchestration I

Basic instrumentation and writing for ensembles and orchestra. Offered in the fall semester of even-numbered years.

Prerequisite(s): MUS 215
MUS
326
Hours
2
Arts Venues Management

Through course readings, lectures, guest presentations, and hands-on experience students will learn the roles and operations of arts and music venues. This class is a combination of practical work and classroom lectures. The class will be held at several local venues, the primary one being the Tuscaloosa Amphitheater. Other venues include Tuscaloosa River Market, Mildred Westervelt Warner Transportation Museum, Bama Theatre and UA venues.

Prerequisite(s): Junior status or permission of instructor
MUS
327
Hours
3
Studies Special Literat

Thorough study of topics not included in the curriculum. Offered according to demand.

MUS
331
Hours
3
Jazz Symposium

No description available.

MUS
332
W
Hours
3
Experimental Music

This course will introduce you to a variety of theories and practices of musical experimentalism in a global context. We will begin be defining what experimental music is - what is the impulse that drives some artists to push outside the realms of their traditions, or even outside what is normally called music? Rather than limiting our view to experimentalism in Western art music, as has largely been the case in surveys of this subject, we will also listen to and study experiments in jazz, rock, hip hip, reggae and other global musics to put the experimentalist aesthetic in a broad historical and cultural context. In addition to critical reading, discussion and listening we will perform experimental music compositions to encourage a "hands-on" engagement with the subject. Writing proficiency is required for a passing grade in this course.

Writing
MUS
333
Hours
3
Service Playing

No description available.

MUS
334
Hours
3
Service Playing

No description available.

MUS
335
Hours
2
Accompanying Class

Survey of accompanying techniques and of the standard repertoire in the vocal, string, and wind areas. Experience is gained through assigned projects and/or assigned studio accompanying. Offered in the spring semester of even-numbered years.

MUS
340
Hours
3
Intro Recording Techniq

Exploration of the basics of the art of sound recording. Emphasis on the mixing console, microphone placement, effects, recording basic tracks, and mixdown.

MUS
344
Hours
2
String Pedagogy

No description available.

MUS
351
Hours
2
Fund Of Conducting

Introduction to the basic techniques of conducting with emphasis on the understanding and control of music materials. Offered in the fall semester.

MUS
364
Hours
1
Chamber Choir

Applied ensemble for singers at the junior level.

MUS
365
Hours
3
Legal Issues in the Arts

This course will explore a broad range of legal topics pertinent to the arts, including: copyright, trademark, contracts, management of employees, union issues, advertising and 501 (c)(3) non-profit status.

Prerequisite(s): MUS 115 and MUS 117
MUS
380
Hours
3
Intro Psychology Music

Basic study of acoustics, the ear and hearing, and the psychosociophysiological processes involved in musical behavior.

Prerequisite(s): MUS 281 and MUA 199
MUS
382
Hours
1
Music Therapy Practicum

Supervised music therapy experience in local facilities.

MUS
401
Hours
3
Film Scoring I

A study of the art of scoring music for films. Emphasis will be placed on the short jingle and the technical aspects of film scoring. Offered in the fall semester.

MUS
402
Hours
3
Film Scoring II

Continuation of MUS 401. Emphasis will be placed on writing the extended film score by analysis of psychological impact, orchestrational techniques, etc. Offered in the spring semester.

MUS
403
Hours
3
Advanced Counterpoint

The writing of fugue, variation, ground-bass, and canon. Offered in the SPRING semesters of EVEN-numbered years.

Prerequisite(s): MUS 304 or permission of the instructor.
MUS
405
Hours
3
Studio Tech Arrang Orchs

Continued development of arranging and orchestrating techniques in both jazz and commercial settings, with an emphasis on the studio orchestra, MIDI instrumentation, and vocal groups.

MUS
406
Hours
2
Keyboard Techniques

Applied survey of figured bass, choral open-score reading, transposition, and harmonization. Offered in the fall semesters of odd-numbered years.

MUS
407
Hours
2
Marketing the Arts

Marketing the Arts will provide students with a general overview of communications including public relations, advertising, marketing and new media. Through readings, discussions, quizzes, an examination and a final group presentation students will develop an understanding of marketing practices involved in promoting an arts organization. Emphasis will be on not-for-profit organizations, community theatres and symphony orchestras.

MUS
412
Hours
3
Digtl Syn Of Elec Mus

Instruction in the design and utilization of sound-generating computer programs. Offered in the fall semester of even-numbered years.

MUS
414
Hours
3
Tech Electronic Music II

Utilization of digital synthesizers and advanced studio techniques. Offered in the spring semesters of even-numbered years.

MUS
418
Hours
3
Schenkerian Analysis

Study of pitch structure in tonal compositions as revealed by Heinrich Schenker and his followers. Offered in the fall semesters of odd-numbered years.

Prerequisite(s): MUS 307 with a grade of C- or better
MUS
419
Hours
3
Composition V

Projects in composition.

Prerequisite(s): MUS 320 with a grade of C- or better
MUS
420
Hours
3
Composition VI

Projects in composition.

Prerequisite(s): MUS 419 with a grade of C- or better
MUS
426
Hours
3
Analysis 20th Cent Music

Survey of a variety of technical approaches to composition in the 20th century and such organizing techniques as harmony, voice leading, textural design, form, and orchestration. Offered in the fall semesters.

Prerequisite(s): MUS 307 with a grade of C- or better
MUS
427
Hours
3
Studies In Special Lit

Thorough study of topics not included in the curriculum. Offered according to demand.

MUS
431
Hours
2
Organ Design

This course is a study of the basic components of pipe organ design and construction, with a consideration of some of the aesthetic, tonal, and physical aspects of organ installations in a church, home, or concert hall.

MUS
433
Hours
3
Proseminar Symphonic Lit

Lecture and class reports analyzing selected masterworks from the symphony, symphonic poem, and concert overture repertoire.

MUS
444
Hours
2
Vocal Pedagogy

Introduction to the concepts, methods, and materials essential to effective teaching of the singing voice. Offered in alternate years.

MUS
447
Hours
3
Teaching Choral Music Publ Sch

The scope, organization, and administration of choral programs in public schools. Includes analysis of teaching techniques and materials appropriate to specific levels of development. Offered in the fall semester.

MUS
448
Hours
3
Tchng Instrumental Music Pub S

Problems encountered in the development of instrumental programs in public schools; analysis of beginning method books for heterogeneous and homogeneous groups; and development of a course of study to guide the new teacher. Offered in the fall semester.

MUS
461
Hours
3
History/Literature Jazz

History of the development of jazz to the present, from its African roots to its American florescence. Particular attention is paid to early styles and forms.

MUS
471
Hours
2
Lit Of The Piano

Survey of the important solo repertoire from Bach through Schubert. Examination of the development of keyboard technique from the time of the harpsichord through the time of the early piano. Offered in the fall semesters of even-numbered years.

MUS
472
Hours
2
Lit Of The Piano

Survey of the important solo repertoire from the early Romantic era through the present. Examination of the development of piano technique from Chopin and Liszt through Cage and Crumb. Offered in the spring semesters of odd-numbered years.

MUS
473
Hours
2
String Literature

Study of the standard repertoire for bowed instruments, from the Baroque period to the present.

MUS
474
Hours
3
Song Literature

Survey of the performance criteria and historical significance of the solo song literature of the United States, the British Isles, Germany, Austria, France, and Italy. Performance and class participation are required. Offered in alternate years.

MUS
475
Hours
3
Song Literature

Survey of a variety of technical approaches to composition in the 20th century and such organizing techniques as harmony, voice leading, textural design, form, and orchestration. Offered in the fall semesters.

MUS
477
Hours
2
Organ Literature

Survey of Organ Literature and Advanced Survey of Organ Literature is a course available to upper class organ majors and graduate students, as well as others with the permission of the instructor. MUS477/577 is a survey of organ literature from the 14th century into the 18th century.

MUS
478
Hours
2
Organ Literature

Continuation of MUS 477. Offered in spring of odd numbered years.

MUS
480
W
Hours
3
Music in Therapy I

Study of diagnostic categories, standard clinical techniques, and applications in music therapy. Writing proficiency within this discipline is required for a passing grade in this course.

Prerequisite(s): MUS 380
Writing
MUS
481
Hours
3
Music Therapy II

Study of etiology, literature, and uses of music in treatment.

Prerequisite(s): MUS 480
MUS
482
Hours
3
Music In Therapy III

Writing proficiency within this discipline is required for a passing grade in this course.

Prerequisite(s): MUS 481
MUS
487
Hours
2
Sem Prof Pract Mu Therp

Study of clinical administration, supervision, ethics, and professional behavior.

MUS
488
Hours
0
Comp Exam Music Therapy

No description available.

MUS
489
Hours
6
Music Therapy Internship

No description available.

MUS
490
Hours
2
Raising Money Dev Arts

Theories and techniques of securing funds for nonprofit organizations, including donor cultivation and grant preparation. Offered in the fall semester.

MUS
492
Hours
2
Choral Conducting

Continuation of MUS 351 with emphasis on the problem of the choral ensemble. A study of rehearsal technique, vocal problems, diction, score analysis, style, and choral literature. Offered in the spring semester.

MUS
494
Hours
2
Band Conducting

Continuation of MUS 351 with emphasis on the problem of the wind ensemble. A study of baton technique, score reading, rehearsal procedure, and band literature. Offered in the spring semester.

MUS
496
Hours
3-6
Music Administration Internship

A minimum of one semester of internship with the following recommended host organizations: (1) a performing arts organization, (2) a community, state, or regional arts council, (3) a performing arts venue, (4) a musical festival or (5) a reputable recording studio. The internship must have the approval of and will be under the supervision of the Music Administration Coordinator.

MUS
497
Hours
1
Senior Project

Required of all BA students in music (music and music administration): A substantial paper on a topic approved by the faculty advisor and completed in consultation with the advisor and examined by a faculty committee. In administration: a supervised practicum arranged through the advisor.

MUS
498
Hours
1-6
Indep Research In Mus

No description available.

Courses

MUA
010
Hours
0
Music Convocation

Music Convocation.

MUA
100
Hours
1
Class Voice Beginning

No description available.

MUA
121
Hours
1
Class Piano I

No description available.

MUA
122
Hours
1
Class Piano II

No description available.

MUA
123
Hours
1
Class Piano III

No description available.

MUA
124
Hours
1
Class Piano IV

No description available.

MUA
129
Hours
0.5-1
Guitar (Non-Majors)

No description available.

MUA
130
Hours
0.5-1
Harp (Non-Majors)

No description available.

MUA
131
Hours
0.5-1
Piano (Non-Majors)

No description available.

MUA
132
Hours
0.5-1
Organ (Non-Majors)

No description available.

MUA
133
Hours
0.5-1
Harpsichord (Non-Majors)

No description available.

MUA
134
Hours
0.5-1
Voice (Non-Majors)

No description available.

MUA
135
Hours
0.5-1
Violin (Non-Majors)

No description available.

MUA
136
Hours
0.5-1
Viola (Non-Majors)

No description available.

MUA
137
Hours
0.5-1
Cello (Non-Majors)

No description available.

MUA
138
Hours
0.5-1
String Bass (Non-Majors)

No description available.

MUA
139
Hours
0.5-1
Flute (Non-Majors)

No description available.

MUA
140
Hours
0.5-1
Oboe (Non-Majors)

No description available.

MUA
141
Hours
0.5-1
Bassoon (Non-Majors)

No description available.

MUA
142
Hours
0.5-1
Clarinet (Non-Majors)

No description available.

MUA
143
Hours
0.5-1
Saxophone (Non-Majors)

No description available.

MUA
144
Hours
0.5-1
Trumpet (Non-Majors)

No description available.

MUA
145
Hours
0.5-1
French Horn (Non-Majors)

No description available.

MUA
146
Hours
0.5-1
Trombone (Non-Majors)

No description available.

MUA
147
Hours
0.5-1
Euphonium (Non-Majors)

No description available.

MUA
148
Hours
0.5-1
Tuba (Non-Majors)

No description available.

MUA
149
Hours
0.5-1
Percussion (Non-Majors)

No description available.

MUA
150
Hours
0-1
Symphony Orchestra

Applied Ensemble at the undergraduate level.

MUA
151
Hours
0-1
Alabama Brass Choir

Applied ensemble for brass musicians. Permission of instructor is required.

MUA
152
Hours
0-1
Wind Ensemble

Applied Ensemble at the undergraduate level.

MUA
153
Hours
1
Marching Band

Applied Ensemble at the undergraduate level.

MUA
154
Hours
0-1
Symphonic Band

Applied Ensemble at the undergraduate level.

MUA
155
Hours
0-1
Trombone Choir

Applied ensemble for trombone students at the freshmen level.

MUA
156
Hours
0-1
Percussion Ensemble

Applied Ensemble at the undergraduate level.

MUA
157
Hours
0-1
Campus Band

Applied ensemble at the freshmen level.

MUA
158
Hours
0-1
Contemp Music Ensemble

Applied Ensemble at the undergraduate level.

MUA
159
Hours
0-1
Jazz Ensembles

Applied Ensemble at the undergraduate level.

MUA
160
Hours
0-1
Opera Workshop

Applied Ensemble at the undergraduate level.

MUA
161
Hours
0-1
Opera Production

Applied Ensemble at the undergraduate level.

MUA
162
Hours
0-1
University Chorus

Applied Ensemble at the undergraduate level.

MUA
163
Hours
0-1
University Singers

Applied Ensemble at the undergraduate level.

MUA
166
Hours
0-1
Piano Ensemble I

Applied Ensemble at the undergraduate level.

MUA
167
Hours
0-1
Jazz Combo

Applied Ensemble at the undergraduate level.

MUA
168
Hours
1
Women's Chorus

Applied Ensemble at the undergraduate level.

MUA
169
Hours
0-1
Chamber Music

Applied Ensemble at the undergraduate level.

MUA
170
Hours
1-4
Harp (Majors)

No description available.

MUA
171
Hours
1-4
Piano (Majors)

No description available.

MUA
172
Hours
1-4
Organ (Majors)

No description available.

MUA
174
Hours
0.5-4
Voice (Majors)

Voice study at the freshman and sophomore levels for music majors.

MUA
175
Hours
1-4
Violin (Majors)

No description available.

MUA
176
Hours
1-4
Viola (Majors)

No description available.

MUA
177
Hours
1-4
Cello (Majors)

No description available.

MUA
178
Hours
1-4
String Bass (Majors)

No description available.

MUA
179
Hours
1-4
Flute (Majors)

No description available.

MUA
180
Hours
1-4
Oboe (Majors)

No description available.

MUA
181
Hours
1-4
Bassoon (Majors)

No description available.

MUA
182
Hours
1-4
Clarinet (Majors)

No description available.

MUA
183
Hours
1-4
Saxophone (Majors)

No description available.

MUA
184
Hours
1-4
Trumpet (Majors)

No description available.

MUA
185
Hours
1-4
French Horn (Majors)

No description available.

MUA
186
Hours
1-4
Trombone (Majors)

No description available.

MUA
187
Hours
1-4
Euphonium (Majors)

No description available.

MUA
188
Hours
1-4
Tuba (Majors)

No description available.

MUA
189
Hours
1-4
Percussion (Majors)

No description available.

MUA
190
Hours
1-4
Guitar (Majors)

No description available.

MUA
191
Hours
0-3
Practicum Applied Music

This course is an extension of Marching Band activities in the Fall semesters for the Spring semesters.

MUA
192
Hours
1
Men's Chorus

Applied Ensemble at the undergraduate level.

MUA
199
Hours
0
Sophomore Qualifying

No description available.

MUA
220
Hours
1
Class Guitar

No description available.

Prerequisite(s): MUS 115
MUA
231
Hours
0.5-1
Piano (Secondary)

Applied lessons for music students majoring in another discipline.

MUA
232
Hours
0.5-1
Organ (Secondary)

Applied lessons for music students majoring in another discipline.

MUA
233
Hours
0.5-1
Harpsichord (Secondary)

Applied lessons for music students majoring in another discipline.

MUA
234
Hours
0.5-1
Voice (Secondary)

Applied lessons for music students majoring in another discipline.

MUA
235
Hours
0.5-1
Violin (Secondary)

Applied Lessons for music majors of another discipline.

MUA
236
Hours
0.5-1
Viola (Secondary)

Applied Lessons for music majors of another discipline.

MUA
237
Hours
0.5-1
Cello (Secondary)

Applied Lessons for music majors of another discipline.

MUA
238
Hours
0.5-1
String Bass (Secondary)

Applied Lessons for music majors of another discipline.

MUA
239
Hours
0.5-1
Flute (Secondary)

Applied Lessons for music majors of another discipline.

MUA
240
Hours
0.5-1
Oboe (Secondary)

Applied Lessons for music majors of another discipline.

MUA
241
Hours
0.5-1
Bassoon (Secondary)

Applied Lessons for music majors of another discipline.

MUA
242
Hours
0.5-1
Clarinet (Secondary)

Applied Lessons for music majors of another discipline.

MUA
243
Hours
0.5-1
Saxophone (Secondary)

Applied Lessons for music majors of another discipline.

MUA
244
Hours
0.5-1
Trumpet (Secondary)

Applied Lessons for music majors of another discipline.

MUA
245
Hours
0.5-1
French Horn (Secondary)

Applied Lessons for music majors of another discipline.

MUA
246
Hours
0.5-1
Trombone (Secondary)

Applied Lessons for music majors of another discipline.

MUA
247
Hours
0.5-1
Euphonium (Secondary)

Applied Lessons for music majors of another discipline.

MUA
248
Hours
0.5-1
Tuba (Secondary)

Applied Lessons for music majors of another discipline.

MUA
249
Hours
0.5-1
Percussion (Secondary)

Applied Lessons for music majors of another discipline.

MUA
250
Hours
0-1
Symphony Orchestra

Sophomore level ensemble.

MUA
251
Hours
0-1
Alabama Brass Choir

Applied ensemble for brass musicians. Permission of instructor is required.

MUA
252
Hours
0-1
Wind Ensemble

Sophomore level ensemble.

MUA
253
Hours
1
Marching Band

Sophomore level ensemble.

Prerequisite(s): We are simply changing this from variable hours to 1. Thank you.
MUA
254
Hours
0-1
Symphonic Band

Sophomore level ensemble.

MUA
255
Hours
0-1
Trombone Choir

Applied ensemble for trombone students at the sophomore level.

MUA
256
Hours
0-1
Percussion Ensemble

Sophomore level ensemble.

MUA
257
Hours
0-1
Campus Band

Applied Ensemble at the sophomore level.

MUA
258
Hours
0-1
Contemporary Ensemble

Applied ensemble focusing on music of the 20 and 21st centuries.

MUA
259
Hours
0-1
Jazz Ensemble

Sophomore level ensemble.

MUA
260
Hours
0-1
Opera Workshop

Sophomore level ensemble.

MUA
261
Hours
0-1
Opera Production

Sophomore level ensemble.

MUA
262
Hours
0-1
University Chorus

Sophomore level ensemble.

MUA
263
Hours
1
University Singers

Sophomore level ensemble.

MUA
264
Hours
0-1
Chamber Choir

Applied ensemble for singers at the sophomore level.

MUA
266
Hours
0-1
Piano Ensemble

Applied ensemble at the sophomore level for keyboard majors.

MUA
267
Hours
0-1
Jazz Combo

Sophomore level ensemble.

MUA
268
Hours
1
Women's Chorus

Applied Ensemble at the undergraduate level.

MUA
269
Hours
0-1
Chamber Music

Sophomore level small ensemble.

MUA
270
Hours
1-4
Harp (Majors)

Applied lessons for music majors at the sophomore level.

MUA
271
Hours
1-4
Piano (Majors)

Applied lessons for music majors at the sophomore level.

MUA
272
Hours
1-4
Organ (Majors)

Applied lessons for music majors at the sophomore level.

MUA
273
Hours
1-4
Harpsichord (Majors)

Applied lessons for music majors at the sophomore level.

MUA
274
Hours
1-4
Voice (Majors)

Applied lessons for music majors at the sophomore level.

MUA
275
Hours
1-4
Violin (Majors)

Applied lessons for music majors at the sophomore level.

MUA
276
Hours
1-4
Viola (Majors)

Applied lessons for music majors at the sophomore level.

MUA
277
Hours
1-4
Cello (Majors)

Applied lessons for music majors at the sophomore level.

MUA
278
Hours
1-4
String Bass (Majors)

Applied lessons for music majors at the sophomore level.

MUA
279
Hours
1-4
Flute (Majors)

Applied lessons for music majors at the sophomore level.

MUA
280
Hours
1-4
Oboe (Majors)

Applied lessons for music majors at the sophomore level.

MUA
281
Hours
1-4
Bassoon (Majors)

Applied lessons for music majors at the sophomore level.

MUA
282
Hours
1-4
Clarinet (Majors)

Applied lessons for music majors at the sophomore level.

MUA
283
Hours
1-4
Saxophone (Majors)

Applied lessons for music majors at the sophomore level.

MUA
284
Hours
1-4
Trumpet (Majors)

Applied lessons for music majors at the sophomore level.

MUA
285
Hours
1-4
French Horn (Majors)

Applied lessons for music majors at the sophomore level.

MUA
286
Hours
1-4
Trombone (Majors)

Applied lessons for music majors at the sophomore level.

MUA
287
Hours
1-4
Euphonium (Majors)

Applied lessons for music majors at the sophomore level.

MUA
288
Hours
1-4
Tuba (Majors)

Applied lessons for music majors at the sophomore level.

MUA
289
Hours
1-4
Percussion (Majors)

Applied lessons for music majors at the sophomore level.

MUA
290
Hours
1-4
Guitar (Majors)

Applied study at the sophomore level for music majors.

MUA
292
Hours
1
Men's Chorus

Applied Ensemble at the undergraduate level.

MUA
299
Hours
0
Piano Proficiency

No description available.

MUA
331
Hours
0.5-1
Piano II (Secondary)

Secondary applied piano study for music education students in the third and fourth semester of piano.

Prerequisite(s): MUA 231
MUA
334
Hours
0.5-1
Voice II (Secondary)

Secondary applied voice for music majors in the third and fourth semesters of taking the course.

Prerequisite(s): MUA 234
MUA
350
Hours
0-1
Symphony Orchestra

Applied ensemble at the junior level.

MUA
351
Hours
0-1
Alabama Brass Choir

Applied ensemble for brass musicians. Permission of instructor is required.

MUA
352
Hours
0-1
Wind Ensemble

Applied Ensemble at the junior level.

MUA
353
Hours
1
Marching Band

Marching Band at the junior level.

Prerequisite(s): We are simply changing this from variable hours to 1. Thank you.
MUA
354
Hours
0-1
Symphonic Band

Applied Ensemble at the junior level.

MUA
355
Hours
0-1
Trombone Choir

Applied ensemble for trombone students at the junior level.

MUA
356
Hours
0-1
Percussion Ensemble

Applied Ensemble at the junior level.

MUA
357
Hours
0-1
Campus Band

Applied ensemble at the Junior level.

MUA
358
Hours
0-1
Contemp Music Ensemble

Applied Ensemble at the junior level.

MUA
359
Hours
0-1
Jazz Ensembles

Applied ensemble at the junior level.

MUA
360
Hours
0-1
Opera Workshop

Applied ensemble at the junior level.

MUA
361
Hours
0-1
Opera Production

Applied ensemble at the junior level.

MUA
362
Hours
0-1
University Chorus

Applied Ensemble at the junior level.

MUA
363
Hours
0-1
University Singers

Applied Ensemble at the junior level.

MUA
366
Hours
0-1
Piano Ensemble

Applied ensemble at the junior level for keyboard majors.

MUA
367
Hours
0-1
Jazz Combo

Applied ensemble at the junior level.

MUA
368
Hours
1
Women's Chorus

Applied Ensemble at the undergraduate level.

MUA
369
Hours
0-1
Chamber Music

Applied ensemble in a small chamber group.

MUA
370
Hours
0.5-4
Harp (Majors)

No description available.

MUA
371
Hours
0.5-4
Piano (Majors)

No description available.

MUA
372
Hours
1-4
Organ (Majors)

Applied organ study at the junior level.

MUA
374
Hours
0.5-4
Voice (Majors)

No description available.

MUA
375
Hours
0.5-4
Violin (Majors)

No description available.

MUA
376
Hours
0.5-4
Viola (Majors)

No description available.

MUA
377
Hours
0.5-4
Cello (Majors)

No description available.

MUA
378
Hours
0.5-4
String Bass (Majors)

No description available.

MUA
379
Hours
0.5-4
Flute (Majors)

No description available.

MUA
380
Hours
0.5-4
Oboe (Majors)

No description available.

MUA
381
Hours
0.5-4
Bassoon (Majors)

No description available.

MUA
382
Hours
0.5-4
Clarinet (Majors)

No description available.

MUA
383
Hours
0.5-4
Saxophone (Majors)

No description available.

MUA
384
Hours
0.5-4
Trumpet (Majors)

No description available.

MUA
385
Hours
0.5-4
French Horn (Majors)

No description available.

MUA
386
Hours
0.5-4
Trombone (Majors)

No description available.

MUA
387
Hours
0.5-4
Euphonium (Majors)

No description available.

MUA
388
Hours
0.5-4
Tuba (Majors)

No description available.

MUA
389
Hours
0.5-4
Percussion (Majors)

No description available.

MUA
390
Hours
0.5-4
Guitar (Majors)

No description available.

MUA
391
Hours
0-3
Practicum Applied Music

This course serves as an extension of Marching Band Activities from the fall semester, into the Spring semester for upper class men.

MUA
392
Hours
1
Men's Chorus

Applied Ensemble at the undergraduate level.

MUA
399
Hours
1
Junior Recital

No description available.

MUA
450
Hours
0-1
Symphony Orchestra

Senior level ensemble.

MUA
451
Hours
0-1
Alabama Brass Choir

Applied ensemble for brass musicians. Permission of instructor is required.

MUA
452
Hours
0-1
Wind Ensemble

Senior level ensemble.

MUA
453
Hours
1
Marching Band

Senior level ensemble.

Prerequisite(s): We are simply changing this from variable hours to 1. Thank you.
MUA
454
Hours
0-1
Symphonic Band

Senior level ensemble.

MUA
455
Hours
0-1
Trombone Choir

Applied ensemble for trombone students at the Senior level.

MUA
456
Hours
0-1
Percussion Ensemble

Senior level ensemble.

MUA
457
Hours
0-1
Campus Band

Applied ensemble at the Senior level.

MUA
458
Hours
0-1
Contemporary Ensemble

Applied ensemble at the senior level focusing on music of the 20th and 21st centuries.

MUA
459
Hours
0-1
Jazz Ensemble

Senior level ensemble.

MUA
460
Hours
0-1
Opera Workshop

Senior level ensemble.

MUA
461
Hours
0-1
Opera Production

Senior level ensemble.

MUA
462
Hours
0-1
University Chorus

Senior level ensemble.

MUA
463
Hours
0-1
University Singers

Senior level ensemble.

MUA
464
Hours
0-1
Chamber Choir

Applied ensemble for singer at the senior level.

MUA
466
Hours
0-1
Piano Ensemble

Applied ensemble at the senior level for keyboard majors.

MUA
467
Hours
0-1
Jazz Combo

Senior level ensemble.

MUA
468
Hours
1
Women's Chorus

Applied Ensemble at the undergraduate level.

MUA
469
Hours
0-1
Chamber Music

Senior level small ensemble.

MUA
471
Hours
0.5-4
Piano (Majors)

Senior level applied piano study for music majors.

Prerequisite(s): MUA 371
MUA
472
Hours
1-4
Organ (Majors)

Senior level applied organ study for music majors.

Prerequisite(s): MUA 372
MUA
473
Hours
0.5-4
Harpsichord (Majors)

Senior level applied harpsichord study for music majors.

MUA
474
Hours
0.5-4
Voice (Majors)

Senior level applied voice study for music majors.

Prerequisite(s): MUA 374
MUA
475
Hours
0.5-4
Violin (Majors)

Senior level applied violin study for music majors.

Prerequisite(s): MUA 375
MUA
476
Hours
0.5-4
Viola (Majors)

Senior level applied viola study for music majors.

Prerequisite(s): MUA 376
MUA
477
Hours
0.5-4
Cello (Majors)

Senior level applied cello study for music majors.

Prerequisite(s): MUA 377
MUA
478
Hours
0.5-4
String Bass (Majors)

Senior level applied string bass study for music majors.

Prerequisite(s): MUA 378
MUA
479
Hours
0.5-4
Flute (Majors)

Senior level applied fluted study for music majors.

Prerequisite(s): MUA 379
MUA
480
Hours
0.5-4
Oboe (Majors)

Senior level applied oboe study for music majors.

Prerequisite(s): MUA 380
MUA
481
Hours
0.5-4
Bassoon (Majors)

Senior level applied bassoon study for music majors.

Prerequisite(s): MUA 381
MUA
482
Hours
0.5-4
Clarinet (Majors)

Senior level applied clarinet study for music majors.

Prerequisite(s): MUA 382
MUA
483
Hours
0.5-4
Saxophone (Majors)

Senior level applied saxophone study for music majors.

Prerequisite(s): MUA 383
MUA
484
Hours
0.5-4
Trumpet (Majors)

Senior level applied trumpet study for music majors.

Prerequisite(s): MUA 384
MUA
485
Hours
0.5-4
French Horn (Majors)

Senior level applied french horn study for music majors.

Prerequisite(s): MUA 385
MUA
486
Hours
0.5-4
Trombone (Majors)

Senior level applied trombone study for music majors.

Prerequisite(s): MUA 386
MUA
487
Hours
0.5-4
Euphonium (Majors)

Senior level applied euphonium study for music majors.

Prerequisite(s): MUA 387
MUA
488
Hours
0.5-4
Tuba (Majors)

Senior level applied tuba study for music majors.

Prerequisite(s): MUA 388
MUA
489
Hours
0.5-4
Percussion (Majors)

Senior level applied percussion study for music majors.

Prerequisite(s): MUA 389
MUA
490
Hours
1-4
Guitar (Majors)

Senior level of applied guitar study for music majors.

Prerequisite(s): MUA 390
MUA
492
Hours
1
Men's Chorus

Applied Ensemble at the undergraduate level.

MUA
499
Hours
1
Senior Recital

No description available.