MUS 1051: Class Piano for Nonmusic Majors I

2 Credits

A beginning course for non-music majors with little or no keyboard background. Emphasis on basic functional skills, such as reading, harmonizing, playing by ear, and improvising, along with basic technique, elementary repertoire, and music theory (written). Taught by graduate assistants in an electronic multi-piano lab. Includes lecture, group and individual performance, and some individual instruction. Outside practice is required.

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