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.
|CONSVTY 5500-5600 Music History||3|
|CONSVTY 5500-5600 Music Theory||3|
|CONSVTY 5593||Introduction To Research And Bibliography In Music||3|
|or CONSVTY 5593N||Introduction to Research and Bibliography in Music|
|Take three semesters of the following course:||12|
|Graduate Piano - Collaborative Piano Emphasis|
|CONSVTY 5597||Master's Recital||4|
|CONSVTY 5571||Collaborative Literature for Piano with Strings||2|
|CONSVTY 5572||Collaborative Literature for Piano with Woodwinds and Brass||2|
|CONSVTY 5577||Advanced Vocal Diction 1||2|
|CONSVTY 5503||Advanced Accompanying for Pianists||1|
|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|
Students must demonstrate competency in diction or attend the diction courses in Italian and either German or French prior to enrollment.
Students focusing on vocal collaborative piano may take a second advanced vocal literature class in place of the two semesters of Principles of Chamber Music.