MUS 1151: Piano: Class Lessons I

2 Credits

A beginning course for freshman music majors or minors with limited keyboard backgrounds. Taught by graduate assistants in an electronic piano lab. Emphasis is on functional skills, such as reading, transposing, harmonizing, improvising, and playing by ear, along with keyboard theory, technique, and repertoire. Includes lecture, group and individual performance, and some individual instruction. Students with previous piano backgrounds should contact the School of Music for information regarding placement. prereq: undergraduate music major or music minor status.

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