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Emphasis - Collaborative Piano

M.M. in Music


The Master of Music is an advanced professional degree designed to develop a particular area in music to a high level of specialization. The university offers the M.M. with the following emphases: 1) performance in woodwind, brass, string, or percussion instruments, piano, and voice; 2) music education; 3) choral conducting; 4) musicology; 5) music theory; 6) ethnomusicology; and 7) collaborative piano.

Minimum Total Credit Hours: 30

Emphasis - Collaborative Piano

Course Requirements

Requirements for the M.M. degree with emphasis in collaborative piano are as follows:

Course/Area Hours
Research (3)
Mus 520-Introduction to Music Research 3
Required Courses (6)
Voic 521-Advanced Singer’s Diction I 2
Voic 523-Advanced Coaching I 1
Voic 524-Advanced Coaching II 1
Mus 537-Instrumental Chamber Ensemble 1
Mus 538-Instrumental Chamber Ensemble 1
Elective Courses (4)
Mus 500-German for Musicians 2
Mus 522-Advanced Singer’s Diction II 2
Mus 565-Instrumental Solo Literature 2
Mus 592-Secondary Keyboard Instruments 2
Mus 623-Advanced Song Literature 2
Mus 624-Advanced Opera/Oratorio Literature 2
Mus 563-Chamber Music Literature 3
Music History/Literature and Theory (9)
Music History/Literature
Mus 501, 502, 503, 504, 513, 515, 516, 517, 518, 526, or 575 3
Music Theory
Mus 505, 506, 507, 508, 512, or 514 3
One additional Music History/Literature OR Theory 3
Applied Piano Performance (8)
Pian 541 2
Pian 542 2
Pian 641 2
Pian 642 2
Public Recital (4)
Mus 695 2
Mus 695 2
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