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Knier, Lawrence

Faculty, Music
Fulton Hall (FH) 238
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lekniersalisburyedu



Courses  []

2014 Fall

  • ELED 430-002 DIR TEACH IN MUS IN ELEM SCH
    Student teaching experience in all aspects of the elementary school music curriculum at several grade levels under the direction of public school music teacher, with supervision from the University staff. Includes observation and participation in the classroom as well as actual teaching and other activities and duties normally performed. Prerequisites: Completion of courses in the music concentration through the third year, EDUC 419 and 429, written approval of the Music Department, admission to Professional Teacher Education Program. (P/F)
  • MUSA 103-004 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 107-153 CONCERT BAND
    Select ensemble of wind and percussion instrumentalists. Performance of “chamber” and “large” ensemble repertoire spanning all musical epochs. Open to all majors. Fulfills large ensemble requirement for majors. Attendance at all rehearsals and performances mandatory. Three hours per week.
  • MUSA 138-002 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 138-010 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 139-002 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 139-010 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 238-002 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 238-010 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 239-002 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 239-010 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 338-002 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 338-010 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 339-002 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 339-010 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 390-002 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 390-010 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 438-002 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 438-010 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 439-002 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 439-010 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 218-001 INST TECH BRASS
    Introduction to traditional brass instruments and their development in Western culture. Basic cognitive and psychomotor techniques that involve embouchure, breathing, articulation, fingering combinations and tone production are discussed, practiced and demonstrated. Prerequisite: Music major or approval of instructor. Two lab hours per week.
  • MUSC 308-001 INSTRUMENTAL TECH & METH
    Designed to examine techniques for administering a school instrumental music program. Emphasizes rehearsal techniques, literature, material for school use and the role of instrumental music in the public, andthe development of skills for teaching beginning instrumentalists. Prerequisite: Permission of the instructor. It is recommended that students have completed one or more of the following: MUSC 215, MUSC 216, MUSC 217, MUSC 218. Two hours per week.
  • MUSC 313-505 MUSIC PERCEPTION III
    Develops the ability of the intermediate musician to visually and aurally perceive complex musical events for the purpose of accurately performing and notating them. Melodic materials explore chromatic alterations within the tonal contexts of secondary functions and modulation. Harmonic study emphasizes secondary functions and modulations to closely related keys. Meter changes, simple metric modulations, and simple polyrhythms are considered. Prerequisite: MUSC 204 and 312 proficiency equivalence. Co-requisite: MUSC 303. Two hours per week.
  • 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.

2015 Spring

  • MUSA 103-004 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 107-153 CONCERT BAND
    Select ensemble of wind and percussion instrumentalists. Performance of “chamber” and “large” ensemble repertoire spanning all musical epochs. Open to all majors. Fulfills large ensemble requirement for majors. Attendance at all rehearsals and performances mandatory. Three hours per week.
  • MUSA 138-002 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 138-010 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 139-002 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 139-010 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 238-002 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 238-010 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 239-002 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 239-010 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 338-002 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 338-010 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 339-010 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 390-002 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 390-010 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 438-002 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 438-010 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 439-002 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 439-010 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 516-191 WIND ENSEMBLE
    Research and performance of major works in wind ensemble literature. Prerequisite: Audition. Three hours rehearsal per week.
  • MUSA 517-191 WIND ENSEMBLE
    Continued research and performance of major works in the field of wind ensemble literature. Prerequisite: Audition. Three hours rehearsal per week.
  • MUSA 518-191 WIND ENSEMBLE
    Research and performance of major works in the field of wind ensemble literature using advanced conducting techniques. Prerequisite: Audition. Three hours rehearsal per week.
  • MUSC 114-001 MUSIC APPRECIATION
    A general historical survey of musical styles and genres from around the world. Topics may include Western classical music, non-Western cultures, folk music and jazz. May not be repeated for credit under different topics. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIIA or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IB).
  • MUSC 215-001 INST TECH WOODWIND
    Introduction of traditional woodwind instruments and their development in the Western culture. Basic cognitive and psychomotor techniques involving instrument handling, embouchure, breathing, articulation and fingering combinations are discussed, practiced and demonstrated. Prerequisite: Music major or approval of instructor. Two lab hours per week.
  • MUSC 314-505 MUSIC PERCEPTION IV
    Develops the ability of the advanced musician to visually and aurally perceive complex musical events for the purpose of accurately performing and notating them. Melodic materials involve advanced chromaticism, modulations and intervals, as well as modal idioms. Harmonic study culminates in highly chromatic progressions involving secondary leading-tone, Neapolitan, and augmented-sixth chords. Rhythmic materials incorporate advanced tuplets, meters with unequal beats, complex meter changes, and tempo modulation. Prerequisites: MUSC 303 and 313 or proficiency equivalence. Co-requisite: MUSC 304. Two hours per week.

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