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5 Courses (8 Sections) as of 6/30/15 5:24 PM

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MUSC 1200 - Music Appreciation [Description]

This survey course provides an introduction to aesthetic and historic issues relating to musical works of major composers. The course emphasizes the art of listening to music. Topics include instruments of the orchestra as well as works and influences of composers. Students will study both instrumental and vocal works. This course requires no musical background or skills. (3 contact hours) TAG [Catalog Entry]

CRN Schedule Seats Days Times Dates Room Camp Instructor Cr
40327 ONLINE
8
- - 6/08/15-8/02/15 (F) ONLINE MAIN
Stanziano, S
3
40415 ONLINE
8
- - 6/08/15-8/02/15 (F) ONLINE MAIN
Stanziano, S
3
 

MUSC 1251 - Applied Music-Voice [Description]

These courses provide voice, piano, or other instrumental study through private lessons arranged with the Fine Arts Association of Willoughby, Ohio, and other qualified and approved studios. The level of study ranges from beginning to advanced. Students enroll for either a one-half hour or a one hour lesson per week. The student pays the college for the credit, but pays lesson fees to the instructor. Fees and payment policies (e.g., in advance for the month) vary by instructor. Students can take up to 4 applied music courses for credit. Students can repeat any course as part of this total of 4 courses. (1.5 or 3 contact hours: 0.5 or 1 lecture, 1 or 2 lab) TAG [Catalog Entry]

CRN Schedule Seats Days Times Dates Room Camp Instructor Cr
40176 LAB
4
- - 6/08/15-8/02/15 (F) - OFF TBA 2
40190 LAB
4
- - 6/08/15-8/02/15 (F) - OFF TBA 2
 

MUSC 1252 - Applied Music-Piano [Description]

These courses provide voice, piano, or other instrumental study through private lessons arranged with the Fine Arts Association of Willoughby, Ohio, and other qualified and approved studios. The level of study ranges from beginning to advanced. Students enroll for either a one-half hour or a one hour lesson per week. The student pays the college for the credit, but pays lesson fees to the instructor. Fees and payment policies (e.g., in advance for the month) vary by instructor. Students can take up to 4 applied music courses for credit. Students can repeat any course as part of this total of 4 courses. (1.5 or 3 contact hours: 0.5 or 1 lecture, 1 or 2 lab) TAG [Catalog Entry]

CRN Schedule Seats Days Times Dates Room Camp Instructor Cr
40118 LAB
5
- - 6/08/15-8/02/15 (F) C1087 MAIN
Stanziano, S
1
 

MUSC 1268 - Applied Music-Guitar [Description]

These courses provide voice, piano, or other instrumental study through private lessons arranged with the Fine Arts Association of Willoughby, Ohio, and other qualified and approved studios. The level of study ranges from beginning to advanced. Students enroll for either a one-half hour or a one hour lesson per week. The student pays the college for the credit, but pays lesson fees to the instructor. Fees and payment policies (e.g., in advance for the month) vary by instructor. Students can take up to 4 applied music courses for credit. Students can repeat any course as part of this total of 4 courses. (1.5 or 3 contact hours: 0.5 or 1 lecture, 1 or 2 lab) TAG [Catalog Entry]

CRN Schedule Seats Days Times Dates Room Camp Instructor Cr
40135 LAB
10
- - 6/08/15-8/02/15 (F) C1081 MAIN TBA 1
40424 LAB
9
- - 6/08/15-8/02/15 (F) - OFF TBA 1
 

MUSC 1800 - Popular Music [Description]

This survey course provides an introduction to the variety of musical styles known broadly as popular music: blues, ragtime, Dixieland, swing, Broadway musicals, Middle of the Road (MOR), folk-pop, jazz-pop, rhythm and blues, rock, soul, funk, punk, disco, boogie-woogie, jazz-rock fusion, rap/hip-hop, world music, and country. It uses recordings and audiovisual materials along with discussions of social and cultural implications (e.g. racial interaction, the evolving role of women in the music business, the interplay of wars, population migrations, Prohibition…) and biographical highlights of selected musicians/entertainers. This course requires no musical background or skills. (3 contact hours) Transfer Module [Catalog Entry]

CRN Schedule Seats Days Times Dates Room Camp Instructor Cr
40535 ONLINE
13
- - 6/08/15-8/02/15 (F) ONLINE MAIN
Saunders, M
3