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MU334 Church Music Leadership and Administration (2)

Addresses current changes in church music and teaches organizational and leadership skills for the music ministry of a

church. Focuses on a commitment to the preeminence of Scripture and Christ-centered worship, advocating that hymns,

praise songs, and all music of the church must support the Word of God and remain the servant of our faith. Covers

philosophy of church music, praise teams, choirs, congregational singing, special programs, equipment and materials, and

working with the music committee and pastoral staff.

MU340 Wind Ensemble (1)

The instrumental performance ensemble for wind and percussion musicians that is open to all students through audition.

Designated to provide the wind and percussion instrumentalist opportunities to study, rehearse, and perform a variety of

wind band literature composed for accomplished wind and percussion ensembles. May be repeated for credit.

MU340B Brass Ensemble (1)

MU340C Chamber Orchestra (1)

Open to all students by audition. May be repeated for credit.

MU340F Flute Ensemble (1)

MU340G Guitar Ensemble (1)

MU340H Handbell Ensemble (1)

Open to all students. May be repeated for credit.

MU340I Piano Ensemble (1)

MU340J Jazz Band (1)

Open to all students by audition. May be repeated for credit.

MU340P Percussion Ensemble (1)

MU340S String Ensemble (1)

Open to all students by audition. May be repeated for credit.

MU340W Woodwind Ensemble (1)

MU341 Stage Training (2)

A beginning study of improvisational techniques for the stage. Very interactive class structure.

MU348 Production Techniques (1)

This class will provide an environment where students may, through a hands-on approach, learn the techniques, problems,

and solutions of producing a large-scale musical and/or dramatic presentation in a school or church environment.

MU353 Tonal Counterpoint (2)

A study of and practice in the materials and methods of polyphonic harmony. Primary stress is placed on the practices of

the 18th century.

Prerequisite: MU242.

MU354 Introduction to Audio Editing, Pro Tools II (3)

The study of sound editing techniques using Digital Audio Workstations (DAWs) like Pro Tools as it applies to modern

media: film, television, radio, etc.

Prerequisite: MU251.