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University of Louisville Course Info

Louisville, Kentucky


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MUS 101

Major Applied Study

Applied Music: Applied Music courses carry section designations (see specific semester listing) according to the instrument which a student studies. Section designations are attached to course sequences for major instruments, principal instruments, arts, and secondary instruments. Students enroll for credit in these sequences according to the amount of literature and study they expect to cover and according to the instructor's assessment of the student's ability to perform. An applied music student working toward a degree will enroll for four hours credit on a major instrument ( MUS 103 or MUS 113 sequence), for two hours credit on a principal instrument ( MUS 111 sequence) or jazz instrument ( MUS 105 sequence), or one hour credit on an arts instrument ( MUS 125 sequence). All others, including special students, will enroll for one hour credit ( MUS 121 or MUS 133 sequence). Lessons for applied majors, principals, and jazz applied students are one hour per week. Students in the music secondary ( MUS 121 ) sequence, arts ( MUS 125 ) sequence, and functional ( MUS 133 ) sequence receive one-half hour lesson per week. Instruction is currently available for: Piano, Oboe, Harpsichord, Clarinet, Organ, Saxophone, Harp, Bassoon, Voice, Trumpet, Violin, Horn, Viola, Trombone, Cello, Euphonium, Bass, Tuba, Flute, Percussion, Guitar

Units: 2.0