Master of Music Performance-Collaborative Piano Emphasis

Student Learning Outcomes

Students graduating from this program will:

  • Prepare collaborative piano works through concepts, resources, and techniques.
  • Understand text setting and lyric diction for vocal works, voicing, tone production, pedaling, knowledge of and interaction with other musical parts.
  • Apply knowledge of voicing, diction, rhythm, dynamics, articulation, phrasing, historical interpretation, and resources to collaborative piano repertoire.
  • Craft stylistic and historically appropriate interpretations.
  • Rehearse and interact appropriately with partners and in a wide variety of professional roles and situations in preparation for high quality performances and work in the field.
Required Courses
CONSVTY 5500-5600 Music History3
CONSVTY 5500-5600 Music Theory3
CONSVTY 5593Introduction To Research And Bibliography In Music3
or CONSVTY 5593N Introduction to Research and Bibliography in Music
Collaborative Courses
Take three semesters of the following course:12
Graduate Piano - Collaborative Piano Emphasis
CONSVTY 5597Master's Recital4
CONSVTY 5571Collaborative Literature for Piano with Strings2
CONSVTY 5572Collaborative Literature for Piano with Woodwinds and Brass2
CONSVTY 5577Advanced Vocal Diction 12
CONSVTY 5503Advanced Accompanying for Pianists1
Take two semesters of the following course:2
Principles of Chamber Music 2
Take one of the following courses:2
Advanced Vocal Literature: French Melodies
Advanced Vocal Literature: German Lieder
Advanced Vocal Literature: Nationalistic Art Songs
Advanced Vocal Literature: 20Th Century Amer & Engl Art Songs
Total Credits36