Jul 16, 2018  
2017-2018 Winona Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2017-2018 Winona Undergraduate Catalog

Music Performance Major, B.A.


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(52–60 credits)

The music performance major is designed for a student who has both a strong interest and well-developed skills in musical performance in one or more areas. It may be combined with the M.A.I. fifth-year education program. Future career plans may include graduate school to further prepare for a professional performing career.

Students majoring in the vocal performance track must demonstrate proficiency in at least one language other than English, preferably a language found in a significant body of vocal literature from the standard western art music repertoire. Language proficiency may be demonstrated by either the satisfactory completion (all grades C or better) of at least two years of foreign language study at the secondary level, or by completion of at least two semesters of foreign language study at the college level.

B. Performance Studies:


(11–14 credits)

  • Applied Lessons: minimum of seven semesters of private lessons taken for credit on a major instrument or voice.
  • Ensembles: minimum of seven semesters of participation in one or more vocal or instrumental ensembles.

E. Either E or F or G:


Keyboard Emphasis; the following courses:

  • MU366 Piano Pedagogy
  • MU368 Keyboard Literature

F. Either E or For G:


Voice Emphasis; the following courses:

  • MU374 Vocal Pedagogy
  • MU375 Vocal Literature

G. Either E or F or G:


Instrument Emphasis; the following course:

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