Course Description: Addresses specific rules of diction related to the languages covered in Diction for Singers. Prerequisite(s): ART 190. Special fees for applied music are assessed for these courses. Prerequisite(s): Two credits in MUS 375. Special fees for applied music are assessed for these courses. Course Description: An intermediate-level dance course. The specific level requirements are available from the appropriate applied instructor or the Department of Music Office. Historical-critical studies acquaint the student with artistic styles, movements and aesthetic problems in art and place them in historical perspective. Course Description: This course of study prepares the performance student for the transition into the professional arena through an in-depth examination of the business side of show business. The mission of the art programs at Missouri Western State University is to graduate students with the knowledge and ability to become professional artists, designers and art historians capable of making informed and creative decisions that will benefit the individual, the community and society. The singers in the course will learn jazz style, scat improvisation, introduction to charts/chording, song forms, performance processes/etiquette, and the use of electronic sound reinforcement. Prerequisite(s): Junior standing, declared departmental major, minimum overall GPA of 2.5 and departmental approval. Course Description: For the music major; studies compatible with the student's applied level. liberalarts@missouriwestern.edu. Meets two hours per week. CORE 42: MOTR MUSC 100J; Music Appreciation Jazz. Projects will include both research and creative design elements. Course Description: Introduction to compositional techniques for the application of real-time and interactive time-based forms in digital media design. May be repeated for credit. Course Description: Principles of teaching woodwinds in the independent music studio; content will be determined by student need. Prerequisite(s): MUS 368 or MUS 403. The specific level requirements are available from the appropriate applied instructor or the Department of Music Office. Course Description: Basic principles of acting theory. Course Description: Study through research in music literature and performance practices as they relate to organ music. MUS 373  Applied Trumpet: Major Instrument     Credits: 1-2. Before a formal degree program can be declared, the student must be enrolled on Applied Music-Major Instrument level and pass MUS119 Musicianship 1 and MUS106 Basic Keyboard Skills 1 (if applicable) with a grade of C or better. (Thirty hours of work for each credit hour.) The student is responsible for scheduling the Major Review with their advisor and submitting a representative sampling of work and resume for examination by the art faculty. Course Description: This course introduces students to the world of film scoring and sound design using digital audio workstations and sampled music files. A MFA typically requires two to three years of postgraduate study after a bachelor's degree. Course Description: This survey course exposes students to the history, terminology, technology, techniques, pipeline, effects and the professional artistic positions in the Modern Digital Cinema industry. Course Description: Specialized course work in the field of theatre. Course Description: Hand building and throwing techniques; introduces kiln firing and glaze formulation. Prerequisite(s): Departmental approval. Course Description: Reviews and moves beyond material covered in MUS 115. Emphasis on conditions of production with respect to theatre architecture, cultural values, costuming, staging and performance. Study of the procedures of part-writing of triads and inversions. The knowledge and experience gained from participating in and viewing the performing and visual arts fosters the acquisition of new perspectives on the social, cultural and historical traditions of the world and teaches students creative ways to address the challenges of daily life. B.M., M.A., The Pennsylvania State University; Ph.D., University of Rochester, Eastman School of Music. Course Description: Advanced techniques and problems in ceramics. nmay@missouriwestern.edu THR 222  Technical Production 2     Credits: 3. Course Description: Students focusing on Visual Effects projects and portfolios will work alongside Cinema students as VFX artists on their films as well as personal portfolio projects. Check out our western missouri art selection for the very best in unique or custom, handmade pieces from our shops. Prerequisite(s): Departmental approval. Prerequisite(s): Departmental approval. Includes score study and effective rehearsal techniques. Students will pair technical filmmaking knowledge with visual storytelling techniques and synchronized sound recording in order to create a narrative film that can resonate with an audience. Prerequisite(s): A grade of C or higher in MUS 283. Prerequisite(s): MUS103 or department approval. Jeff Stover (2013) Associate Professor, Theatre. Course Description: Designed for hands-on and special projects in video production, using both studio and remote locations. Course Description: In this course students will create a portfolio that reflects the work completed throughout the degree by producing an online and digital portfolio in the form of a demo reel or interactive medium. Prerequisite(s): MUS 368 or MUS 403. MUS 151  Applied French Horn: Secondary Instrument     Credits: 1, MUS 152  Applied Trombone: Secondary Instrument     Credits: 1, MUS 153  Applied Trumpet: Secondary Instrument     Credits: 1, MUS 154  Applied Tuba: Secondary Instrument     Credits: 1, MUS 155  Applied Percussion: Secondary Instrument     Credits: 1, MUS 156  Applied Cello: Secondary Instrument     Credits: 1, MUS 157  Applied Double Bass: Secondary Instrument     Credits: 1, MUS 158  Applied Guitar: Secondary Instrument     Credits: 1, MUS 159  Applied Viola: Secondary Instrument     Credits: 1, MUS 160  Applied Violin: Secondary Instrument     Credits: 1, MUS 161  Applied Bassoon: Secondary Instrument     Credits: 1, MUS 162  Applied Clarinet: Secondary Instrument     Credits: 1, MUS 163  Applied Flute: Secondary Instrument     Credits: 1, MUS 164  Applied Oboe: Secondary Instrument     Credits: 1, MUS 165  Applied Saxophone: Secondary Instrument     Credits: 1, MUS 167  Applied Organ: Secondary Instrument     Credits: 1, MUS 168  Applied Piano: Secondary Instrument     Credits: 1, MUS 169  Applied Voice: Secondary Instrument     Credits: 1, MUS 170  Applied Euphonium: Major Instrument     Credits: 1-2. MUS 480  Applied Violin: Major Instrument     Credits: 1-2. MUS 362  History of Western Music I: Ancient to Classical     Credits: 3. May be repeated for credit. Course Description: This course will investigate the creation and manipulation of three-dimensional forms and environments using experimental methods - primarily digitally based methods coupled with new forms of output such as 3D printing. Prerequisite(s): CIN 245. MUS 472  Applied Trombone: Major Instrument     Credits: 1-2. Professionally supervised work experiences related to the student's area of interest. May be repeated for credit. Elements of professional work application and self-promotional expectation in the professional field. Prerequisite(s): A grade of C or higher in MUS 281. Prerequisite(s): Departmental approval. Course Description: Study through performance in musical literature and performance practices as they relate to chamber music with keyboard instruments. This course will introduce the primary performers and the literature of the various development periods. Includes improvisation and composition. What is A Master's In Fine Art? Proper attire required. Course Description: This course will focus on the techniques for writing and/or arranging for the combo and jazz ensemble. Students will gain a broad foundation in animation from traditional hand-drawn to 3D animation. To be taken concurrently with MUS 338. Students will also continue developing skills in model composition and arranging. MUS 210  Introduction to Music Technology     Credits: 2. The audition includes sight-reading and pitch retention. B.A., Missouri Western State College; M.F.A., Fort Hays State University. ART 449  Interactive Design III     Credits: 3. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite(s): CIN 100 or departmental approval. Including articulation, resonance, working knowledge of dialects and a mastery of the International Phonetic Alphabet. Course Description: Attendance at department approved concerts and recitals. Prerequisite(s): Departmental approval. Course Description: Advanced problems dealing with color and composition; figurative and nonobjective directions. The music program is an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Music. Course Description: Overview of synthesis via hardware and software, including musique-concrete, additive and subtractive synthesis, FM synthesis and physical modeling. The Golden Griffon Marching Band is open to all university students who play an instrument, and performs at all home football games in the fall semester. Course Description: Provides an overview of musical styles around the world, both traditional and popular, including Africa, Asia and the Indian subcontinent. May be repeated for credit. Students explore timing, spacing, weight, staging an image for clarity, emotion and storytelling, and learn to apply and manipulate the fundamental concepts to creatively animate an idea. The specific level requirements are available from the appropriate applied instructor or the Department of Music Office. Prerequisite(s): ART 110 and ART 120. Prerequisite(s): Two credits in MUS 381. Prerequisite(s): ART 160. We encourage you to consult with your music teacher in selecting good literature that you can perform well. Missouri Western's Theatre, Cinema and Dance program requires at least four credit hours of applied learning. B.S., University of Southern Indiana; M.F.A., The Ohio State University. Exploration of the media may include surface design, textile printing, fabric construction, weaving, papermaking, book construction, and sculptural techniques. Course Description: Study of cadences, phrases, periods, non-chord tones, and part-writing procedures for diatonic seventh chords and their inversions. Typically Offered: Fall (even-numbered years). Course Description: Study of beginning to elementary teaching in areas of reading, rhythm, technique, musicianship, and popular piano methods. May be repeated for credit. Course Description: Fundamentals of theatre management: box office management, usher training and supervision, designing lobby displays, and various PR and marketing techniques. Earn a minimum of 120 credit hours (100 level and higher, maximum of 6 CED credit hours applicable). MUS 381  Applied Bassoon: Major Instrument     Credits: 1-2. Two hours lecture, two hours lab. B.S., Nazareth College of Rochester; M.M., Ithaca College, M.M., D.M.A., University of Missouri-Kansas City. Prerequisite(s): EDU 202 and MUS 101. Content includes modes, other scale types, pitch-class sets, serialism, changing meter, polymeter, asymmetric meters, and ametric rhythm. Course Description: Music materials, forms, historical-social development of composers and compositions. Advanced study of computer music notation and sequencing software. Part-time off-campus experiences with cooperating professional in the area of student's choice (business or recording) for a minimum of 10 hours per week. Meets General Studies Category 5, Line 2 physical activity course. Typically Offered: Departmental Discretion. To be taken concurrently with MUS 216. The art galleries feature both contemporary art and traditional fine art, glass art, prints, paintings, sculpture, fine art photography and other types of visual art. Prerequisite(s): DAN 111 or instructor approval. Same as EGT 345. To be taken concurrently with MUS 215. Emphasis is placed on spotting a film for sound design and music as well as how to create cinematic moments in audio. Prerequisite(s): Departmental approval. ), Performing and Cinematic Arts (Bachelor of Applied Arts, B.A.A. The Senior Review takes place in the Senior Seminar course where students have their Senior show. May be repeated for credit. Special fees for applied music are assessed for these courses. Includes improvisation and composition. Course Description: A continuation of Jazz Improvisation 1. Class will explore rhythm section development, basic jazz improvisation, literature selection, and organizational structure. Prerequisite(s): MUS 215 or departmental approval. Course Description: Select ensemble structured for advanced brass, woodwind, and percussion students with minimum instrumentation; emphasizes original wind literature. Prerequisite(s): CIN 100. Course Description: This is a workshop course, ideally, for students in their fourth or fifth semester which job search preparation in addition to compiling work for their first reel, reflective self-analysis and professional outlook. Course Description: This course is designed to introduce the student to the language of film, its history, aesthetics, theory and technology. Participation in a production as performer, member of stage or construction crew, or members of production committee may be required. Prerequisite(s): MUS 206 or MUS 208, and MUS 368 or MUS 403. Prerequisite(s): MUS 115 and MUS 116, or departmental approval. Meets two hours per week. Special fees for applied music are assessed for these courses. Prerequisite(s): CIN 245 and THR 275. Students will explore how to put personality into characters and develop skills to create characters that act. Course Description: For the music major; studies compatible with the student's applied level. Students enrolled in this program will enjoy a highly collaborative creative environment. Prerequisite(s): A grade of C or higher in MUS 276. May be repeated for credit. MUS 108  Basic Keyboard Skills II     Credits: 2. Prerequisite(s): A grade of C or higher in MUS 103, MUS 116  Musicianship I Lab     Credits: 1. All art majors must pass this review before they are allowed to enroll in ART 494 Senior Seminar and Exhibit. Special fees for applied music are assessed for these courses. vocal students. CORE 42: MOTR MUSC 100; Music Appreciation, MUS 103  Fundamentals of Music     Credits: 2. Course Description: Advanced problems in relief, intaglio, and serigraphy processes. Applied Learning. Special fees for applied music are assessed for these courses. The course will include lectures, showcases and demonstrations of the history, techniques and applications of motion graphics in media. Course Description: Advanced study in a self-defined area of visual communication. Graded pass/fail. Course Description: This course is an intensive exploration of the craft, technologies and aesthetic principles of cinematography and lighting techniques. For updates, alerts, and more information, click here. Prerequisite(s): Credit or concurrent enrollment in MUS 366 and MUS 367, or departmental approval. Prerequisite(s): DAN 112 or DAN 212 or instructor approval. Graduates will complete the program with a thesis-level film and a portfolio that reflects the career they wish to specialize in. To be taken concurrently with MUS 115. MUS 208  Keyboard Proficiency for Vocalists     Credits: 2. Course must be completed during their fourth or fifth semester in the major. Proper attire including pink (women) or black (men) ballet shoes required. Course Description: Class lessons to develop playing skills and instructional methodology of percussion instruments; techniques of teaching instrumental groups. MUS 489  Applied Voice: Major Instrument     Credits: 1-2. Emphasis will be placed on style and voicing issues. Course Description: Practical training in paints, painting tools, and layout and painting techniques for flats, drops, scrims, and three-dimensional surfaces. Meets three hours per week. Our graduates go on to successfully pursue master’s degrees in their respective fields and/or seek careers as actors, designers, editors, directors, cinematographers, audio engineers and more. Six studio hours. Special fees for applied music are assessed for these courses. Course Description: This course is an introduction to, and broad overview of digital 3D Visualization fundamentals. Elementary education majors may not take this course until officially admitted to teacher education. MUS 450  Independent Research/Project     Credits: 1-5. Prerequisite(s): Two credits in MUS 376. May be repeated for credit. Special fees for applied music are assessed for these courses. Prerequisite(s): A grade of C or higher in MUS 279. 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