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S E C O N D A R Y P I A N O II MUSIC 1 9 6

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S E C O N D A R Y P I A N O II MUSIC 1 9 6

Description

Description
The objective of the secondary piano program at Indiana State University is to develop functional keyboard skills, thereby allowing students to cope with practical situations at the keyboard: sight playing, harmonizing, accompanying, transposing, score reading, improvising, and using a digital keyboard.
Four courses comprise the secondary piano sequence: MUS 195, MUS 196, MUS 295, and MUS 296. The first three courses may be taken only as classes, meeting twice a week for one hour of credit. The fourth course consists of private lessons with one thirty-minute lesson per week. Prior to graduation, each student must pass the School of Music’s undergraduate keyboard proficiency examination. Music Education students must pass this examination before student teaching; music business students must pass this examination before beginning their internship.
Students enrolled in the courses must devote regular time outside of class on a daily basis toward the practice of material covered. The amount of time needed to master the material will vary from student to student. The recommended amount of practice time is generally one hour a day. Practice rooms are available in the basement of the Fine Arts Building.

Date

Fall 2017

Type

Syllabus

Subject

Syllabus
Fall
2017
Secondary Piano
Piano

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MUS 196 Syllabus Fall 17 Blackboard(1) (1).pdf

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“S E C O N D A R Y P I A N O II MUSIC 1 9 6
,” Cunningham Memorial Library Digital Exhibits, accessed September 20, 2017, http://omeka.indstate.edu/document/2331.

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