Have you ever wanted to learn how to play the piano? This is your chance! Music 1101.01 is designed for students who want to learn how to play the piano and read music. There are no prerequisites to join the class which meets twice a week. Learn a new skill and have fun doing so!
This class is designed as a continuation of Music 1101.01. Students who have some background in piano and/or music reading and would like to continue to develop their music skills may also enjoy taking this class.
Students learn the basic principles of vocal production.
This course is designed for students who have completed 1101.01 & 1102.01 or have studied piano previously. The time of the lesson and the material covered will be tailored to fit the needs and goals of each student.
Private voice instruction that meets once a week for 30 minutes. The time of the lesson and the material covered will be tailored to fit the needs and goals of each student.
The University Chorale is an auditioned ensemble which primarily performs a cappella choral music from a wide variety of historical eras both on and off campus.
This class is designed for those students who have completed Music 1101.01, 1102.01, or has had previous piano instruction. Students will learn how to read lead sheets and accompany singers while studying popular music.
An introduction to the fundamentals of music, music reading, and aural musicianship.
Elements of music and musical notation; analytical concepts and terminology; fundamentals of counterpoint and melody; extensive practice through written drill and creative projects. Prerequisite: Passing of theory placement test.
This class is a survey of musical cultures outside the Western European tradition of the fine arts. Students will examine relevant musical styles from India, the Middle East, China, Japan, Indonesia, Sub-Saharan Africa, Latin America, and the Caribbean.
The class is designed to provide meaningful listening and discussion experiences with respect to Western Art Music composers such as Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Brahms, Tchaikovsky, Stravinsky, etc. Pertinent styles, forms, and composers throughout music history will be explored.
These courses provide students with an opportunity to examine a specific musical topic or genre more closely. Every semester the department offers one Music 3345.01 course, but the courses are offered on a rotating schedule. Check the Lima Class Schedule page to determine which course will be offered for the upcoming term.
*Special Topics courses are only available on the regional campuses and only apply toward the music minor on the regional campuses.