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Schoyen, Jeffrey

Orchestra Conductor, Music
Fulton Hall (FH) 244
410-543-6381 or ext 36381
jgschoyensalisburyedu



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2014 Fall

  • MUSA 103-002 CHAMBER MUSIC ENSEMBLES
    Study, rehearsal and performance of selected works for small ensembles, both vocal and instrumental (designated by the department for any given semester). Advanced students with prior performing experience and full-time undergraduate students only. Prerequisites: Audition, approval of the instructor/department in writing. Two hours per week.
  • MUSA 105-152 SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
    Study and performance of standard orchestral literature and contemporary compositions. Repertoire may also include chamber orchestra/chamber wind literature as well. The orchestra is a full-size symphonic ensemble comprised of students, faculty, professionals and community players. Fulfills large ensemble requirement for music minor. Prerequisite: Non-string players need permission from instructor. Three hours per week.
  • MUSA 138-009 APPLIED MUSIC I
    Study of fundamental skills appropriate to the instrument or voice with survey of basic literature. Prerequisite: entrance audition, permission of department chair. Corequisite: MUSA 391. One half-hour meeting per week per credit.
  • MUSA 139-009 APPLIED MUSIC II
    Continues MUSC 138 with study of fundamental voice or instrument skills and survey of relevant literature. Prerequisite: Successful panel evaluation at the conclusion of MUSC 138. Corerequisite: MUSA 391. One half-hour meeting per week per credit.
  • MUSA 238-009 APPLIED MUSIC III
    Continues MUSC 139 with study of fundamental voice or instrument skills and survey of relevant literature. Prerequisite: Successful panel evaluation at the conclusion of MUSC 139. Corequisite: MUSA 391. One half-hour meeting per week per credit.
  • MUSA 239-009 APPLIED MUSIC IV
    Continues MUSC 238 with study of fundamental voice or instrument skills and survey of relevant literature. Prerequisite: Successful panel evaluation at the conclusion of MUSC 238. Corequisite: MUSA 391. One half-hour meeting per week per credit.
  • MUSA 338-009 APPLIED MUSIC V
    Continues MUSA 239 with study of fundamental voice or instrumental skills and survey of relevant literature. Prerequisite: Successful panel evaluation at the conclusion of MUSA 239. Corequisite: MUSA 391. One half-hour meeting per week per credit.
  • MUSA 339-009 APPLIED MUSIC VI
    Continuation of MUSA 338. Prerequisite: Successful panel evaluation at the conclusion of MUSA 338, permission to prepare for a public recital. Corequisite: MUSA 391. One half-hour meeting per week per credit.
  • MUSA 390-009 APPLIED STUDY
    Individual studio lessons in an instrument or voice as a minor specialty. Open to majors and non-majors. Repeatable under all sections. Prerequisite: Permission of the instructor. One half-hour meeting per week per credit.
  • MUSA 438-009 APPLIED MUSIC VII
    Continues MUSA 339 with study of fundamental voice or instrument skills and survey of relevant literature. Prerequisite: Successful panel evaluation at the conclusion of MUSA 339. Corequisite: MUSA 391. One half-hour meeting per week per credit.
  • MUSA 439-009 APPLIED MUSIC VIII
    Continuation of MUSA 438 with a concentration on selected literature appropriate for a public recital. Must be approved by chair. Prerequisite: Successful panel evaluation at the conclusion of MUSA 339. Corequisite: MUSA 391. One half-hour meeting per week per credit.
  • MUSA 501-191 SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
    Research and performance of major works in orchestral literature. Prerequisite: Audition. Three hours rehearsal per week.
  • MUSA 502-191 SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
    Continued research and performance of major works in the field of orchestral literature. Prerequisite: Audition. Three hours rehearsal per week.
  • MUSA 503-191 SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
    Research and performance of major works in the field of orchestral literature using advanced conducting techniques. Prerequisite: Audition. Three hours studio per week.
  • MUSC 310-001 CONDUCT & SCORE READING
    Application of basic conducting patterns in expressing a variety of styles, dynamics and tempi; analysis of conductor’s score and rehearsal techniques in both choral and instrumental music. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Two hours per week.
  • MUSC 311-503 MUSIC PERCEPTION I
    Develops the ability of the musician to visually and aurally perceive fundamentally organized musical events for the purpose of accurately performing and notating them. Focuses on prominent musical constructs including all aspects of simple melody, simple harmony and progression, and basic rhythm. Prerequisite: MUSC 201 or proficiency equivalence. Co-requisite: MUSC 203. Two hours per week.
  • MUSC 311-504 MUSIC PERCEPTION I
    Develops the ability of the musician to visually and aurally perceive fundamentally organized musical events for the purpose of accurately performing and notating them. Focuses on prominent musical constructs including all aspects of simple melody, simple harmony and progression, and basic rhythm. Prerequisite: MUSC 201 or proficiency equivalence. Co-requisite: MUSC 203. Two hours per week.

2015 Spring

  • MUSA 138-009 APPLIED MUSIC I
    Study of fundamental skills appropriate to the instrument or voice with survey of basic literature. Prerequisite: entrance audition, permission of department chair. Corequisite: MUSA 391. One half-hour meeting per week per credit.
  • MUSA 139-009 APPLIED MUSIC II
    Continues MUSC 138 with study of fundamental voice or instrument skills and survey of relevant literature. Prerequisite: Successful panel evaluation at the conclusion of MUSC 138. Corerequisite: MUSA 391. One half-hour meeting per week per credit.
  • MUSA 238-009 APPLIED MUSIC III
    Continues MUSC 139 with study of fundamental voice or instrument skills and survey of relevant literature. Prerequisite: Successful panel evaluation at the conclusion of MUSC 139. Corequisite: MUSA 391. One half-hour meeting per week per credit.
  • MUSA 239-009 APPLIED MUSIC IV
    Continues MUSC 238 with study of fundamental voice or instrument skills and survey of relevant literature. Prerequisite: Successful panel evaluation at the conclusion of MUSC 238. Corequisite: MUSA 391. One half-hour meeting per week per credit.
  • MUSA 338-009 APPLIED MUSIC V
    Continues MUSA 239 with study of fundamental voice or instrumental skills and survey of relevant literature. Prerequisite: Successful panel evaluation at the conclusion of MUSA 239. Corequisite: MUSA 391. One half-hour meeting per week per credit.
  • MUSA 339-009 APPLIED MUSIC VI
    Continuation of MUSA 338. Prerequisite: Successful panel evaluation at the conclusion of MUSA 338, permission to prepare for a public recital. Corequisite: MUSA 391. One half-hour meeting per week per credit.
  • MUSA 390-009 APPLIED STUDY
    Individual studio lessons in an instrument or voice as a minor specialty. Open to majors and non-majors. Repeatable under all sections. Prerequisite: Permission of the instructor. One half-hour meeting per week per credit.
  • MUSA 438-009 APPLIED MUSIC VII
    Continues MUSA 339 with study of fundamental voice or instrument skills and survey of relevant literature. Prerequisite: Successful panel evaluation at the conclusion of MUSA 339. Corequisite: MUSA 391. One half-hour meeting per week per credit.
  • MUSA 439-009 APPLIED MUSIC VIII
    Continuation of MUSA 438 with a concentration on selected literature appropriate for a public recital. Must be approved by chair. Prerequisite: Successful panel evaluation at the conclusion of MUSA 339. Corequisite: MUSA 391. One half-hour meeting per week per credit.
  • MUSC 312-503 MUSIC PERCEPTION II
    Develops the ability of the intermediate musician to visually and aurally perceive organized musical events for the purpose of accurately performing and notating them. Melodic materials outline diatonic chords and large functional progressions embellished by light chromaticism. Harmonic study culminates in inverted diatonic seventh chords being contextualized within tonic, dominant preparation, and dominant relationships. Rhythmic materials explore such concepts as syncopation in complex compound meters and two-against-three patterns. Prerequisites: MUSC 203 and 311 or proficiency equivalence. Co-requisite: MUSC 204. Two hours per week.
  • MUSC 312-504 MUSIC PERCEPTION II
    Develops the ability of the intermediate musician to visually and aurally perceive organized musical events for the purpose of accurately performing and notating them. Melodic materials outline diatonic chords and large functional progressions embellished by light chromaticism. Harmonic study culminates in inverted diatonic seventh chords being contextualized within tonic, dominant preparation, and dominant relationships. Rhythmic materials explore such concepts as syncopation in complex compound meters and two-against-three patterns. Prerequisites: MUSC 203 and 311 or proficiency equivalence. Co-requisite: MUSC 204. Two hours per week.

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