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Cockey, Linda

Faculty, Music
Fulton Hall (FH) 200B
410-543-6380 or ext 36380
lecockeysalisburyedu
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Courses  []

2014 Spring

  • MUSA 138-006 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 139-006 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 205-001 CLASS PIANO I
    Group piano instruction with individual help, to develop fundamental piano skills for students with little or no piano experience. Basic skills included are reading, harmonization, transposition, improvization, and compositional techniques. Each course may be repeated once for credit. Prerequisite: MUSC 201 or equivalent; Piano I a prerequisite to Piano II. Two hours per week.
  • MUSA 238-006 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 239-006 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 338-006 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 339-006 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 390-006 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 391-001 PERFORMANCE CLASS
    Designed as a repertory and performance preparation class for all music majors. All majors are required to take this class while studying their major applied area in the following courses: MUSA 138, 139, 238, 239, 338, 339, 438, 439 or 390. Composition students will present lectures on their own compositions and/or on analyses in lieu of instrumental performing. One hour per week.
  • MUSA 438-006 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 439-006 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 541-006 APPLIED MUSIC XII
    Continuation of MUSA 540 with a concentration in advanced literture appropriate for a graduate level course. Prerequisites: Audition, MUSA 540. 1-2 hours per week.
  • MUSC 306-001 MUSIC HISTORY II
    western music is also included in both classes. Analysis, listening and discussion of music in a cultural context is covered. Ability to read music is necessary. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor for non-music majors. Three hours per week. Meets General Education IIIA or IIIB (Prior to Fall 2008: IB).
  • MUSC 403-001 HIST OF PIANOFORTE & ITS LIT
    Comprehensive study of the piano and its predecessors. Traces the history of keyboard instruments, emphasizing the ways in which the development of the instruments interacted with the development of keyboard literature and performance practices. Includes familiarization with the principal keyboard composers, performers and instrument makers from earliest times to the present. The history of piano technique, piano pedagogy and how it relates to the development of the piano and its literature will be examined. Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Three hours per week with enhancement.
  • MUSC 498-001 SENIOR PROJECT
    Required of music majors in senior year of the BA in music (traditional and music technology) tracks but it is open to all music majors. Designed to be a research paper, recital or composition. This project is of the student's choice in consultation with a faculty mentor. Students will meet weekly with their faculty mentor. Sign up in music office one term in advance. Prerequisite: Senior standing, completion of music core, permission of chair. Three hours per week with enhancement.

2014 Fall

  • MUSA 138-006 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 139-006 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 206-002 CLASS PIANO II
    Group piano instruction with individual help, to develop fundamental piano skills for students with little or no piano experience. Basic skills included are reading, harmonization, transposition, improvization, and compositional techniques. Each course may be repeated once for credit. Prerequisite: MUSC 201 or equivalent; Piano I a prerequisite to Piano II. Two hours per week.
  • MUSA 238-006 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 239-006 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 338-006 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 339-006 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 390-006 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 438-006 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 439-006 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 305-001 MUSIC HISTORY I
    A historical survey of musical style from the earliest times to the present. Music History I covers music from the Gregorian chant through the Baroque period. Music History II covers music from the Pre-Classical through the Modern periods. Non-western music is also included in both classes. Analysis, listening and discussion of music in a cultural context is covered. Ability to read music is necessary. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor for non-music majors. Three hours per week. Meets General Education IIIA or IIIB (Prior to Fall 2008: IB).
  • MUSC 425-001 MUSICAL FORM & ANALYSIS
    Study of the organizing principles of musical composition and their application to the most prevalent forms through the sonata-allegro and fugue. Analysis of music literature illustrating the basic vocal and instrumental forms and some original composition in these forms. Prerequisite or Co-requisite: MUSC 303. Two hours per week.

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Awards, Scholarship & Creative Works:  []

Article(s)

Cockey, L. E. 
(2008). 
Body, mind & spirit: Being at one with your instrument. 
American Music Teacher, 
57(6), 
42-44. 
Cockey, L. E. & Kalmanson, K. 
(2008). 
Annotated bibliography on musician wellness. 
American Music Teacher, The Official Journal of Music Teachers National Association, 
57(6), 
30-41. 
Cockey, L. E. & Kalmanson, K. 
(2007). 
Annotated bibliography on musician wellness (includes websites). 
American Music Teacher, The Official Journal of Music Teachers National Association, 
56(6), 
28-41. 
Cockey, L. 
(2006). 
Annotated bibliography on musician wellness. 
American Music Teacher, 
55(6), 
28-38. 
Cockey, L. E. & Kalmanson, K. 
(2005). 
Annotated bibliography on musician wellness. 
American Music Teacher, The Official Journal of Music Teachers National Association, 
54, 
48-57. 
Kalmanson, K. & Cockey, L. E. 
(2004). 
Annotated bibliography on musician wellness. 
American Music Teacher, The Official Journal of Music Teachers National Association, 
53, 
28-41. 
Cockey, L. E. & Kalmanson, K. 
(2003). 
Annotated bibliography on musician wellness (includes video series & websites). 
American Music Teacher, The Official Journal of Music Teachers National Association, 
52, 
34-49. 
Cockey, L. E. & Kalmanson, K. 
(2002). 
Annotated bibliography on musician wellness (also includes videos, periodicals & websites). 
American Music Teacher, The Official Journal of Music Teachers National Association, 
51, 
30-43. 
Cockey, L. E. & Kalmanson, K. 
(2001). 
Annotated bibliography on musician wellness (extension & update of the bibliography on MTNA's website). 
American Music Teacher, The Official Journal of Music Teachers National Association, 
50, 
60-69. 
Kalmanson, K. & Cockey, L. E. 
(2000). 
Annotated bibliography on musician wellness (update of MTNA website). 
American Music Teacher, The Official Journal of Music Teachers National Association, 
49, 
54-62. 
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Kosloski, G, Cockey, L. E., Stephens, M. B., Gonglewski, H. & Berenson, G. J. 
(1998). 
Advanced-level studio/performance classes. 
American Music Teacher, The Official Journal of Music Teachers National Association, 
48, 
44-47. 
Cockeky, L. E. & Cockey, R. 
(1997). 
Cecilia Grassi Bach: Trials of an eighteenth century woman musician. 
Women of Note Quarterly, 
5(4), 
20-24. 
Cockey, L. E. 
(1997). 
Annotated bibliography of musician wellness. 
American Music Teacher, The Official Journal of Music Teachers National Association, 
47(3), 
28-43. 
Gimble, J., Cockey, L. E., & Joseph, A. S. 
(1989). 
A teaching strategy for healthier performance: A practical guide for all music teachers. 
American Music Teacher, The Official Journal of Music Teachers National Association, 
38(3), 
22-23. 
Cockey, L. E. 
(1985). 
Teaching a piano literature course in a college curriculum. 
American Music Teacher, The Official Journal of Music Teachers National Association, 
35(1), 
24-25. 

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