School of Music

Professor Garry W. Owens, Director.

Horn Professors Gillas and van Appledorn; Professors Barber, Bogle, Brittin, Cutter, Davis, Henry, Hobbs, Meek, Shinn, Stoune, Tanner, and Westney; Associate Professors Arnold, Bearden, Birdwell, Deahl, Dent, Dolter, Fried, Gettel, Hartwell, Lewis, Paxton, Payne, Strieder, Thomas, Turner, and Wilson; Assistant Professors Anderson, Brumfield, Dees, Ezerman, Garner, Gilbert, Hughes, Lucas, McNeil, Neumann, Rogers, Santa, and Sharpe.

The school supervises the following degree programs: PERFORMANCE, MUSIC COMPOSITION, MUSIC THEORY, MUSIC (leading toward teacher certification), Bachelor of Music; MUSIC, Bachelor of Arts; PERFORMANCE, MUSIC HISTORY AND LITERATURE, MUSIC THEORY, Master of Music;----FINE ARTS (with an option in Music), Master of Music Education and Doctor of Philosophy. The school also participates in the ethnic studies and humanities minor programs. Graduate students are referred to the Graduate Catalog.

Courses for Nonmajors. Nonmusic majors may elect class or private instruction in voice or in any instrument subject to the availability of faculty. Students enrolled in applied music are carried at their maximum level of achievement, and the nonmusic major is not examined in competition with the music major. In addition to the above, courses designed to serve all students enrolled in the university include all major ensembles such as Marching Band (fall onlyMUEN 1103, 3103, 3203); Symphonic, Concert, and university Bands (MUEN 3103, 3203); Orchestra (MUEN 3104, 3204); university Choir (MUEN 3101, 3201); university Singers, university Chorus (MUEN 3101); Music Theatre (MUEN 3102, 3202); Jazz Ensembles and Combos (MUEN 3105); and Instrumental Ensembles (MUEN 3106). Auditions are required for some of these ensembles; contact the ensembles office (742-2272) for information about auditions. All students may also participate in the various smaller ensembles (consult the schedule of classes under MUEN 3106). Nonmusic majors may also enroll in major courses in music, music composition, music literature, and music theory with the consent of the instructor.

The following courses are designed specifically for nonmajors.

MUAP 1123, 1124. Group Keyboard Instruction I and II. Consent of instructor required. Beginning instruction in piano and electronic keyboards. Sight reading, harmonization and transposition, solo and ensemble repertoire, and playing techniques.

MUAP 2123, 2124. Group Keyboard Instruction III and IV. Consent of instructor required. Intermediate instruction in piano and electronic keyboards. Sight reading, harmonization and transposition, solo and ensemble repertoire, and playing techniques.

MUAP 2133, 2134. Class Guitar. Open to both majors and nonmajors. Beginning and intermediate instruction in guitar; basic left and right hand approaches of classical technique; basic chords and accompaniment styles.

MUCP 1201, 1202. Introduction to Contemporary Music. Open to both majors and nonmajors. A survey of current trends, with activities emphasizing creative musicianship and new technology in composition. May be an individual study course. (For songwriting, see MUTH 1300.)

MUCP 3001. Projects in Electronic and Experimental Music. Open to both majors and nonmajors. Prerequisite: MUCP 1202, or the equivalent, and instructor approval. Independent study and creative projects utilizing the resources of the Experimental Music Studio. May be repeated for credit.

MUCP 3303. Principles of Composition. Prerequisite: MUCP 1202, or the equivalent, and instructor approval. Creative work for students not majoring in composition. May be an individual study course and may be repeated for credit.

MUHL 1308. Music Appreciation. Beginning course for nonmajors. Appreciation of music is encouraged through consideration of a variety of musical styles.

MUHL 2308, 2309. Heritage of Music. Selected compositions will be studied through an interpretation of their historical, functional, and cultural significance.

MUHL 3304. History of Jazz. Historical and analytical survey of jazz from its beginning through "Rock"its form, style, literature, and influence on 20th century music.

MUHL 3308. Masterpieces in Music. Representative musical works from the Baroque Period to the present are studied in relation to their historical and general cultural context.

MUTH 1300. Songwriting. A beginning course for nonmusic majors. A practical approach to music theory through songwriting. Includes aural training, notation, textual setting, melodic writing, and chord assignment.

Music Programs. Performance degrees include majors in piano (pedagogy or accompanying specializations are also available), organ, voice, brass, woodwind, percussion, and stringed instruments. Majors are also offered in music composition, and music theory. The Bachelor of Music (leading toward teacher certification) degree replaces the degree formerly known as the Bachelor of Music Education. A minimum of 12 hours in the Bachelor of Music (leading toward teacher certification) degree must be taken in residence at Texas Tech University. There is no minimum number of hours which must be taken in residence for all other degrees in music. Minors in music are available in a variety of programs ranging from 18 to 24 semester hours; information is available in the School of Music office.

A minimum of 42 hours of music courses, of which 18 hours must be junior or senior level, are required for the Bachelor of Arts degree with a music major, including MUHL 2301, 2302, MUTH 1103 and 1301, 1104 and 1304, 2103 and 2302, 2104 and 2304, and 3303. Bachelor of Arts students also take a minor and complete the general degree requirements for the Bachelor of Arts degree. The music courses for the Music Specialization on the Bachelor of Science Degree in Multidisciplinary Studies in the College of Education are: MUAP 1123, 2113, plus 2 credit hours selected from MUAP 1113, 1114, or MUEN 3101, MUSI 2000 (1), 3221, 3222, 3330, 3337, 3338. MUSI 2301 is a prerequisite to the MUSI courses in the sequence above. Students should consult the Music Specialization advisor in the School of Music.

Provisional acceptance into a major in music is based upon a combination of auditions, transcripts, entrance examinations, and/or interviews, depending upon the specific major. Admission to Texas Tech University does not guarantee admission to the School of Music as a music major. All entering students must audition in their declared principal applied area with the appropriate faculty. Final acceptance into any music program is based upon formal auditions in the appropriate applied and ensemble areas. Students wishing to change their major to performance after having been accepted into another major in music must proceed through a formal acceptance process for performance in the appropriate applied and ensemble areas. Additional information about applied music is available from the School of Music. Graduation requirements in applied music vary according to the student's degree and major. All music students will have their work in their principal applied music studies periodically reviewed by the faculty.

Entering freshmen may receive credit for college-level work in music accomplished prior to entering the university. This may be done through advanced standing examinations administered by the faculty of the School of Music during the first semester of the freshman year after the student has obtained permission from the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. Advanced standing examinations will be administered only in the fields of applied music and music theory. In order to receive credit by an advanced standing examination the student must achieve a grade of not less than B on such examination.

The student must earn a minimum grade of C during each semester of freshmen-sophomore theory to qualify for advancement.

All students whose principal instrument is not keyboard must demonstrate keyboard proficiency as determined by the School.

All music majors, with the exception of those pursuing the degree Bachelor of Arts in Music, are required to enroll in an appropriate ensemble continuously each semester of full-time enrollment status. Refer to the curricular tables which follow and consult with a School of Music advisor for specific ensemble requirements pertaining to particular degree plans.

Recital Requirements. Candidates for music with teacher certification or performance degrees are required to present a 1/2 length junior recital. In addition, performance majors are required to present a full length senior recital. Piano performance majors with pedagogy emphasis are required to present a 3/4 length recital. The recital program must be approved by the appropriate area faculty or applied faculty member and submitted to the Publicity Office at least two weeks prior to the recital for processing. Piano performance majors with chamber music and accompanying emphasis are required to present four recitals of standard accompaniment and chamber music repertoire. Permission to present each recital must be obtained from an examining jury at least two weeks prior to the recital.

Music composition majors are required to present a recital of their original compositions during the senior year. Permission to present the recital must be obtained from the composition faculty one semester prior to the recital.

Postponement or cancellation of a scheduled recital (without penalty) is allowed only with good reason such as illness or death in the family. Failure to pass a hearing or failure of preparation are not valid reasons. The appropriate applied faculty member must verify any reason for postponement or cancellation. If a recital is postponed for verified good reason, the student may reschedule in the same or subsequent semester. If a scheduled recital is postponed or canceled without verified good reason, the student may not reschedule during the same semester in which postponement or cancellation occurs.

All music majors must attend at least twelve weekly student recitals and at least twelve additional approved concerts or recitals per semester for six semesters.

Courses in Applied Music. Additional fees for applied music are shown in this catalog under Miscellaneous Special Fees. Applied music students are required to practice a minimum of 3 clock hours per week for each semester-hour credit.

Bachelor of Music Curricula. The curriculum tables which follow are provided as a convenience to students and advisors. All music majors plan their individual courses of study in consultation with a faculty advisor.

Performance--Piano Curriculum.*

FIRST YEAR
FallSpring
MUAP 1105, Keyboard Skills1 MUAP 1106, Keyboard Skills1
MUAP 1001, Piano 4 MUAP 1002, Piano 4
MUHL 1301, Intro. Mus. Lit.3 MUHL 1302, Intro. Mus. Lit.3
MUTH 1303, Elem. Theory I3 MUTH 1304, Elem. Theory II3
MUTH 1103, Elem. Aural Skills I1 MUTH 1104, Elem. Aural Skills II1
ENGL 1301, Ess. Coll. Rhetoric3 ENGL 1302, Adv. Coll. Rhetoric3
MUEN 3106-301, Accompanying1 MUEN 3106-301, Accompanying1
PF&W, Band, or ROTC1PF&W, Band, or ROTC1
16 16
SECOND YEAR
Fall Spring
MUAP 2001, Piano 4 MUAP 2002, Piano 4
MUHL 2301, Hist. of Music3 MUHL 2302, Hist. of Music3
MUTH 2303, Intermed. Theory I3 MUTH 2304, Intermed. Theory II3
MUTH 2103, Intermed. Aural Skills I1 MUTH 2104, Intermed. Aural Skills II1
Oral Communications3Humanities3
MUEN 3106-301, Accompanying1 MUEN 3106-301, Accompanying1
15 15
THIRD YEAR
Fall Spring
MUAP 3001, Piano 4MUAP 3002, Piano 4
Tech. & Appl. Science3MUAP 3190, Jr. Recital1
MUAP 4301, Keyboard Lit.3 MUAP 4302, Keyboard Lit.3
MUTH 3303, Form Ana. Synth.3 HIST 2301, American History3
American History 3PHYS 1406, Physics Sound & Music4
MUEN 3106-301, Accompanying1 MUEN 3106-301, Accompanying1
MUAP 3206, Conducting2
17 17
FOURTH YEAR
Fall Spring
MUAP 4001, Piano 4 MUAP 4002, Piano 4
MUAP 4303, Piano Pedagogy3MUAP 4190, Sr. Recital1
MUHL elective 3 MUTH 4307, Tonal Cpt. & Fugue3
POLS 1301, Amer. Govt., Org.3 Individual or Group Behavior3
MUEN 3106-301, Accompanying1 POLS 2302, Amer. Pub. Pol.3
Mathematics 3 MUEN 3106-301, Accompanying1
17Natural Science4
18

Total program hours--131

*Program shown is for performance majors. Pedagogy or accompanying specialization students should consult the chairperson of keyboard studies.

Performance--Organ Curriculum.

FIRST YEAR
Fall Spring
MUAP 1001, Organ 3 MUAP 1002, Organ 3
*MUAP 1001, Piano 1 *MUAP 1002, Piano 1
MUHL 1301, Intro. Music Lit. 3 MUHL 1302, Intro. Music Lit. 3
MUTH 1303, Elem. Theory I 3 MUTH 1304, Elem. Theory II 3
MUTH 1103, Elem. Aural Skills I 1 MUTH 1104, Elem. Aural Skills II 1
ENGL 1301, Ess. Coll. Rhetoric 3 ENGL 1302, Adv. Coll. Rhetoric 3
MUEN 3106-301, Accompanying 1 MUEN 3106-301, Accompanying 1
PF&W, Band, or ROTC 1 PF&W, Band, or ROTC 1
16 16
SECOND YEAR
Fall Spring
MUAP 2001, Organ 4 MUAP 2002, Organ 4
MUHL 2301, Hist. of Music 3 MUHL 2302, Hist. of Music 3
MUTH 2303, Intermed. Theory I 3 MUTH 2304, Intermed. Theory II 3
MUTH 2103, Intermed. Aural Skills I 1 MUTH 2104, Intermed. Aural Skills II 1
Oral Communications 3 Humanities 3
MUEN 3106-301, Accompanying 1 MUEN 3106-301, Accompanying 1
15 15
THIRD YEAR
Fall Spring
MUAP 3001, Organ 4 MUAP 3002, Organ 3
MUAP 3203, Church Serv. Playing 2 MUAP 3207 or 3208,
MUAP 3206, Conducting 2 Chor. or Inst. Cond. 2
MUTH 3303, Form Ana. Synth. 3 HIST 2301, American History 3
HIST 2300, American History 3 Mathematics 3
MUEN 3106-301, Accompanying 1 PHYS 1406, Physics Sound & Music 4
Technology & Applied Science 3 MUEN 3106-301, Accompanying 1
18 MUAP 3190, Jr. Recital 1
17
FOURTH YEAR
Fall Spring
MUAP 4001, Organ 4 MUAP 4002, Organ 3
MUTH 4305 or 4307, Counterpoint 3 MUAP 4201, Organ Pedagogy 2
POLS 1301, Amer. Govt., Org. 3 MUHL or MUTH elective 3
Music electives 3 Individual or Group Behavior 3
MUEN 3106-301, Accompanying 1 POLS 2302, Amer. Pub. Pol. 3
Natural Science 4 MUEN 3106-301, Accompanying 1
18 MUAP 4190, Sr. Recital 1
16

Total program hours--131

*Optional for students with extensive piano background.

Performance--Voice Curriculum.

FIRST YEAR
Fall Spring
MUAP 1001, Voice 2 MUAP 1002, Voice 2
MUHL 1301, Intro. Mus. Lit. 3 MUHL 1302, Intro. Mus. Lit. 3
MUAP 1303, Sing. Diction I 3 MUSI 1304, Sing. Diction II 3
MUTH 1303, Elem. Theory I 3 MUTH 1304, Elem. Theory II 3
MUTH 1103, Elem. Aural Skills I 1 MUTH 1104, Elem. Aural Skills II 1
ENGL 1301, Ess. Coll. Rhet. 3 ENGL 1302, Adv. Coll. Rhet. 3
Ensemble 1 Ensemble 1
PF&W, Band, or ROTC 1 PF&W, Band, or ROTC 1
17 17
SECOND YEAR
Fall Spring
MUAP 2001, Voice 2 MUAP 2002, Voice 2
MUHL 2301, Hist. of Music 3 MUHL 2302, Hist. of Music 3
MUTH 2303, Intermed. Theory I 3 MUTH 2304, Intermed. Theory II 3
MUTH 2103, Intermed. Aural Skills I 1 MUTH 2104, Intermed. Aural Skills II 1
For. Lang. (German, French, Italian) 5 For. Lang. (German, French, Italian) 5
Oral Communications 3 Humanities 3
Ensemble 1 Ensemble 1
18 18
THIRD YEAR
Fall Spring
MUAP 3001, Voice 3 MUAP 3002, Voice 2
MUAP 3303, Vocal Literature 3 MUAP 3190, Jr. Recital 1
MUTH 3303, Form Ana. Synth. 3 For. Lang. (2nd yr. Germ., Fren., Ital.) 3
Natural Science 4 Mathematics 3
For. Lang. (2nd yr. Germ., Fren., Ital.) 3 PHYS 1406, Physics Sound & Music 4
Ensemble 1 Ensemble 1
17 Technology & Applied Science 3
17
FOURTH YEAR
Fall Spring
MUAP 4001, Voice 4 MUAP 3206, Conducting 2
HIST 2300, American History 3 MUAP 4002, Voice 3
POLS 1301, Amer. Govt., Org. 3 MUAP 4190, Sr. Recital 1
THA 2302, Prin. of Act. 3 POLS 2302, Amer. Public Pol. 3
Ensemble 1 Ensemble 1
MUAP 4305, Vocal Ped. 3 Individual or Group Behavior 3
17 HIST 2301, American History 3
16

Total program hours--137

Performance--Wind Instrument or Percussion Curriculum.

FIRST YEAR
Fall Spring
MUAP 1001, Major Instr. 3 MUAP 1002, Major Instr. 3
Applied Music (piano) 1 Applied Music (piano) 1
MUHL 1301, Intro. Mus. Lit. 3 MUHL 1302, Intro. Mus. Lit. 3
MUTH 1303, Elem. Theory I 3 MUTH 1304, Elem. Theory II 3
MUTH 1103, Elem. Aural Skills I 1 MUTH 1104, Elem. Aural Skills II 1
Mathematics 3 ENGL 1301, Ess. Coll. Rhet. 3
*Ensemble 1-2 *Ensemble 1-2
PF&W, Band, or ROTC 1 PF&W, Band, or ROTC 1
16-17 16-17
SECOND YEAR
Fall Spring
MUAP 2001, Major Instr. 3 MUAP 2002, Major Instr. 3
Applied Music (piano) 1 Applied Music (piano) 1
MUHL 2301, Hist. of Music 3 MUHL 2302, Hist. of Music 3
MUTH 2303, Intermed. Theory I 3 MUTH 2304, Intermed. Theory II 3
MUTH 2103, Intermed. Aural Skills I 1 MUTH 2104, Intermed. Aural Skills II 1
ENGL 1302, Adv. Coll. Rhet. 3 Oral Communications 3
Ensemble 1-2 Ensemble 1-2
15-16 15-16
THIRD YEAR
Fall Spring
MUAP 3001, Major Instr. 3 MUAP 3002, Major Instr. 3
MUTH 3303, Form Ana. Synth. 3 MUAP 3206, Conducting 2
HIST 2300, American History 3 MUCP 4207, Instrumentation 2
Humanities 3 HIST 2301, American History 3
Ensemble 1-2 PHYS 1406, Physics Sound & Music 4
Technology & Applied Science 3 Ensemble 1-2
16-17 MUAP 3190, Jr. Recital 1
16-17
FOURTH YEAR
Fall Spring
MUAP 4001, Major Instr. 3 MUAP 4002, Major Instr. 3
MUTH 4305 or 4307, Counterpoint 3 MUHL or MUTH elective 3
Individual or Group Behavior 3 POLS 2302, Amer. Pub. Pol. 3
POLS 1301, Amer. Govt., Org. 3 Ensemble 1-2
Ensemble 1-2 MUAP 4190, Sr. Recital 1
13-14 Natural Science 4
15-16

Total program hours--126

*Twelve registrations in Ensemble required.

Performance--Stringed Instrument Curriculum.

FIRST YEAR
Fall Spring
MUAP 1001, Major Instr. 3 MUAP 1002, Major Instr. 3
MUHL 1301, Intro. Mus. Lit. 3 MUHL 1302, Intro. Mus. Lit. 3
MUTH 1303, Elem. Theory I 3 MUTH 1304, Elem. Theory II 3
MUTH 1103, Elem. Aural Skills I 1 MUTH 1104, Elem. Aural Skills II 1
ENGL 1301, Ess. Coll. Rhetoric 3 ENGL 1302, Adv. Coll. Rhet. 3
*MUEN 3104, Orch. 1 MUEN 3104, Orch. 1
PF&W, Band, or ROTC 1 PF&W, Band, or ROTC 1
15 15
SECOND YEAR
Fall Spring
MUAP 2001, Major Instr. 3 MUAP 2002, Major Instr. 3
MUHL 2301, Hist. of Music 3 MUHL 2302, Hist. of Music 3
MUTH 2303, Intermed. Theory I 3 MUTH 2304, Intermed. Theory II 3
MUTH 2103, Intermed. Aural Skills I 1 MUTH 2104, Intermed. Aural Skills II 1
Oral Communication 3 Humanities 3
MUEN 3104, Orch. 1 MUEN 3104, Orch. 1
Technology & Applied Science 3 MUAP 3206, Conducting 2
17 16
THIRD YEAR
Fall Spring
MUAP 3001, Major Instr. 4 MUAP 3002, Major Instr. 4
MUTH 3303, Form Ana. Synth. 3 MUAP 3190, Jr. Recital 1
HIST 2300, American History 3 MUHL or MUTH elective 3
Natural Science 4 PHYS 1406, Phys. of Sound & Music 4
MUEN 3104, Orch. 1 HIST 2301, American History 3
MUEN 3106, Chamber Music 1 MUEN 3104, Orch. 1
16 MUEN 3106, Chamber Music 1
17
FOURTH YEAR
Fall Spring
MUAP 4001, Major Instr. 4 MUAP 4002, Major Instr. 4
MUTH 4305, Modal Counterpoint MUCP 4207, Instrumentation 2
or MUTH 4307, Counterpt. & Fugue 3 Individual or Group Behavior 3
POLS 1301, Amer. Govt., Org. 3 POLS 2302, Amer. Pub. Pol. 3
Mathematics 3 MUEN 3104, Orch. 1
MUEN 3104, Orch. 1 MUEN 3106, Chamber Music 1
MUEN 3106, Chamber Music 1 MUAP 4190, Sr. Recital 1
15 15

Total program hours--126

*Guitar students participate in guitar ensemble and guitar chamber music for six semesters each.

Music Composition Curriculum.

FIRST YEAR
Fall Spring
MUAP 1001, Prin. Instr. or Voice 2 MUAP 1002, Prin. Instr. or Voice 2
*Applied Music, Sec. Instr. 1 *Applied Music, Sec. Instr. 1
MUCP 1201, Intro. Contemp. Mus. 2 MUCP 1202, Intro. Contemp. Mus. 2
MUHL 1301, Intro. Mus. Lit. 3 MUHL 1302, Intro. Mus. Lit. 3
MUTH 1303, Elem. Theory I 3 MUTH 1304, Elem. Theory II 3
MUTH 1103, Elem. Aural Skills I 1 MUTH 1104, Elem. Aural Skills II 1
ENGL 1301, Ess. Coll. Rhetoric 3 ENGL 1302, Adv. Coll. Rhetoric 3
Ensemble 1 Ensemble 1
PF&W, Band, or ROTC 1 PF&W, Band, or ROTC 1
17 17
SECOND YEAR
Fall Spring
MUAP 2001, Prin. Instr. or Voice 2 MUAP 2002, Prin. Instr. or Voice 2
*Applied Music, Sec. Instr. 1 MUCP 2302, Mus. Composition 3
MUCP 2301, Mus. Composition 3 MUHL 2302, Hist. of Music 3
MUHL 2301, Hist. of Music 3 MUTH 2304, Intermed. Theory II 3
MUTH 2303, Intermed. Theory I 3 MUTH 2104, Intermed. Aural Skills II 1
MUTH 2103, Intermed. Aural Skills I 1 Ensemble 1
Mathematics 3 Humanities 3
Ensemble 1 16
17
THIRD YEAR**
Fall Spring
MUAP 3001, Prin. Instr. or Voice 2 MUAP 3002, Prin. Instr. or Voice 2
MUCP 3301, Mus. Composition 3 MUCP 3302, Mus. Composition 3
MUTH 3303, Form Ana. Synth. 3 MUTH 3308, 20th Cent. Tech. 3
MUCP 4207, Instrumentation 2 MUCP 4208, Orchestration 2
Tech. and App. Science 3 Oral Communication 3
Natural Science 4 PHYS 1406, Physics Sound & Music 4
Ensemble 1 Ensemble 1
18 18
FOURTH YEAR
Fall Spring
Individual or Group Behavior 3 MUCP 4402, Mus. Composition 4
MUCP 4401, Mus. Composition 4 MUTH 4307, Tonal Cpt. & Fugue 3
MUTH 4305, Modal Counterpoint 3 HIST 2301, American History 3
HIST 2300, American History 3 MUAP 3206, Conducting 2
POLS 1301, Amer. Govt., Org. 3 POLS 2302, Amer. Pub. Pol. 3
Ensemble 1 MUAP 4190, Sr. Recital 1
17 Ensemble 1
17

Total program hours--137

*The secondary instrument consists of one semester of study on each of three different instruments, to be determined in consultation with the student's advisor. In general, each secondary instrument should be a member of a different instrumental family (string, woodwind, brass, percussion, voice), and these should be distinct from the primary instrument family, so that the student gains familiarity with the broadest variety of instruments.

**Continuance in the major of music composition requires a formal review and approval of all freshman and sophomore work. The principal criteria are: the completion of all academic requirements through the sophomore year and a grade average in music theory courses of no less than a B.

Recommended course: MUCP 3001.

Candidates for the Bachelor of Music degree with a major in music composition are required to present a recital of their original compositions during the senior year. Permission to present the recital must be obtained from the composition faculty one semester prior to the recital.

Music Theory Curriculum.

FIRST YEAR
Fall Spring
MUAP 1001, Prin. Instr. or Voice 2 MUAP 1002, Prin. Instr. or Voice 2
*Applied Music, Sec. Instr. 1 *Applied Music, Sec. Instr. 1
MUHL 1301, Intro. Mus. Lit. 3 MUHL 1302, Intro. Mus. Lit. 3
MUTH 1303, Elem. Theory I 3 MUTH 1304, Elem. Theory II 3
MUTH 1103, Elem. Aural Skills I 1 MUTH 1104, Elem. Aural Skills II 1
ENGL 1301, Ess. Coll. Rhetoric 3 ENGL 1302, Adv. Coll. Rhet. 3
HIST 2300, American History 3 HIST 2301, American History 3
Ensemble 1 Ensemble 1
PF&W, Band, or ROTC 1 PF&W, Band, or ROTC 1
18 18
SECOND YEAR
Fall Spring
MUAP 2001, Prin. Instr. or Voice 2 MUAP 2002, Prin. Instr. or Voice 2
*Applied Music, Sec. Instr. 1 MUHL 2302, Hist. of Music 3
MUHL 2301, Hist. of Music 3 **Foreign Language 3
MUTH 2303, Intermed. Theory I 3 MUTH 2304, Intermed. Theory II 3
MUTH 2103, Intermed. Aural Skills I 1 MUTH 2104, Intermed. Aural Skills II 1
**Foreign Language 3 Ensemble 1
Mathematics 3 Technology & Applied Science 3
Ensemble 1 16
17
THIRD YEAR
Fall Spring
MUAP 3001, Prin. Instr. or Voice 2 MUAP 3002, Prin. Instr. or Voice 2
MUAP 3303, Form Ana. Synt. 3 MUTH 3308, 20th Cent. Tech. 3
MUCP 4207, Instrumentation 2 MUCP 4208, Orchestration 2
Oral Communication 3 Individual or Group Behavior 3
Humanities 3 PHYS 1406, Physics Sound & Music 4
Natural Science 4 MUAP 3206, Conducting 2
Ensemble 1 Ensemble 1
18 17
FOURTH YEAR
Fall Spring
MUAP 4001, Prin. Instr. or Voice 2 MUAP 4002, Prin. Instr. or Voice 2
MUHL elective 3 MUHL elective 3
MUTH 4305, Modal Counterpoint 3 MUTH 4307, Tonal Cpt. and Fugue 3
MUTH 4302, Fund. of Comp. 3 MUTH 4303, Fund. of Comp. 3
POLS 1301, Amer. Govt., Org. 3 POLS 2302, Amer. Pub. Pol. 3
Ensemble 1 Ensemble 1
15 15

Total program hours--134

*Choice of secondary instrument(s) depends on the student's primary instrument, and shall be determined in consultation with the student's advisor.

**The student must complete six hours of a language approved by the division at the sophomore level.

Continuance in the major of music theory requires a formal review and approval of all freshman and sophomore work. The principal criteria are: the completion of all academic requirements through the sophomore year and a grade average in music theory courses of no less than a B.

Music (leading toward teacher certification) Curriculum. All tracks have the same Core Curriculum and Professional Education courses.

Core Curriculum:> Semester Hours

1. Basic Skills, ENGL 1301, 1302--6

2. Oral Communication, COMS 2300--3

3. Mathematics, MATH 1320 and MUTH 3303--6 (counted in Music hrs.)

4. Science, PHYS 1406 and 4 additional hours--8

5. Technology, MUSI 3341 or 3342--3

6. American History, HIST 2300, 2301--6

7. Political Science, POLS 1301, 2302--6

8. Individual or Group Behavior,--3

9. Humanities & Fine Arts, ENGL 2301, 2302, 2305, 2306, 2307, (any two)--6

10. Health and Physical Fitness--2

Total hours--46

*Professional Education: Semester Hours

1. Learning, Cognition, and Instructional Design, EDSE 4310--3

2. Diversity and the Classroom Environment, EDSE 4322--3

3. Curr. and Inst., in Educ. and Music, MUED 3311--3

4. Methods in Educ. and Music, MUED 3312--3

5. Student Teaching--6

Total hours--18

*Students should contact the College of Education concerning professional education course requirements for all-level and secondary certification.

All Level, Vocal track:

1. Principal Instrument MUAP 1001, 1002, 2001, 2002, 3001, 3002 (2 credit hours each)

2. Secondary Instrument MUAP 1103, 2103, 3103, 4103

3. Conducting MUAP 3206, 3207

4. Piano Must pass proficiency level equivalent to MUAP 2124 if not piano principal.

5. Music MUSI 3202, 3337, 3338, 3216*, 3217*

6. Music History & Literature MUHL 1301, 1302, 2301, 2302

7. Music Theory MUTH 1103 and 1303, 1104 and 1304, 2103 and 2303, 2104 and 2304, 3303, MUCP 4207

8. Major Ensemble 7 semesters

Total track hours -- 72

Total program hours -- 136

*For those pursuing general music emphasis, substitute MUSI 3221 and 3222

All Level, Instrumental track:

1. Principal Instrument MUAP 1001, 1002, 2001, 2002, 3001, 3002 (2 credit hours each)

2. Secondary Instrument MUAP 1103, 2103, 3103, 4103

3. Conducting MUAP 3206, 3208

4. Piano Must pass proficiency level equivalent to MUAP 2124 if not piano principal.

5. Music MUSI 3202, 3337, 3338, and 3218* & 3219* or 3225* & 3226*

6. Music History & Literature MUHL 1301, 1302, 2301, 2302

7. Music Theory MUTH 1103 and 1303, 1104 and 1304, 2103 and 2303, 2104 and 2304, 3303, MUCP 4207

8. Major Ensemble 7 semesters

9. Vocal Ensemble 1 hour

Total track hours -- 73

Total program hours -- 137

*For those pursuing general music emphasis, substitute MUSI 3221 and 3222

All Level, Keyboard track:

1. Principal Instrument MUAP 1001, 1002, 2001, 2002, 3001, 3002 (2 credit hours each)

2. Secondary Instrument MUAP 1103, 1113, 2103, 3103, 4103

3. Conducting MUAP 3206, 3207 or 3208

4. Music MUSI 3202, 3337, 3338, and 3216 & 3217, or 3218 & 3219, or 3225 & 3226, or 3221 & 3222

5. Music History & Literature MUHL 1301, 1302, 2301, 2302

6. Music Theory MUTH 1103 and 1303, 1104 and 1304, 2103 and 2303, 2104 and 2304, 3303, MUCP 4207

7. Major Ensemble 7 semesters

Total track hours -- 73

Total program hours -- 137

Secondary, Vocal track:

1. Principal Instrument MUAP 1001, 1002, 2001, 2002, 3001, 3002 (2 credit hours each)

2. Secondary Instrument MUAP 1103, 2103, 2133, 3103, 4103

3. Conducting MUAP 3206, 3207

4. Piano Must pass proficiency level equivalent to MUAP 2124 if not piano principal.

5. Music MUSI 3202, 3216, 3217

6. Music History & Literature MUHL 1301, 1302, 2301, 2302

7. Music Theory MUTH 1103 and 1303, 1104 and 1304, 2103 and 2303, 2104 and 2304, 3303, MUCP 4207

8. Major Ensemble 7 semesters

Total track hours -- 67

Total program hours -- 131

Secondary, Instrumental track:

1. Principal Instrument MUAP 1001, 1002, 2001, 2002, 3001, 3002 (2 credit hours each)

2. Secondary Instrument MUAP 1103, 1104, 2103, 2104, 2133, 3103, 3104, 4103, 4104

3. Conducting MUAP 3206, 3208

4. Piano Must pass proficiency level equivalent to MUAP 2124 if not piano principal.

5. Music MUSI 3202, and 3218 & 3219 or 3225 & 3226

6. Music History & Literature MUHL 1301, 1302, 2301, 2302

7. Music Theory MUTH 1103 and 1303, 1104 and 1304, 2103 and 2303, 2104 and 2304, 3303, MUCP 4207

8. Major Ensemble 7 semesters

9. Vocal Ensemble 1 hour

Total track hours -- 72

Total program hours -- 136

Courses in Music. (MUSI)

2000. Independent Studies in Music (V1-3) Individual study at the freshman and sophomore levels, providing greater depth than required by the established curricula. Enrollment and credit hours subject to the approval of divisional coordinators.

2301. Essential Elements of Music (3:3:0) Basic elements of music with appropriate techniques and principles of singing, playing, moving to, and listening to music. Not for music majors.

3108. Elementary Music Observation and Assistance (1) Prerequisite: Junior standing. Field-based observation and assistance in elementary music classes. An individual study course.

3202. Music for the Adolescent (2) Content, organization, and administration of large and small instrumental and choral ensembles, programs of individual applied music, and appreciation of music for the adolescent.

3216, 3217. Choral Techniques (2 each) Materials, repertoire, and procedures for preparing choral performances.

3218, 3219. String and Orchestral Techniques (2 each) Materials, repertoire, and procedures for preparing orchestral and string ensemble performances.

3221, 3222. General Music Techniques (2 each) Materials, repertoire, and activities appropriate for general music classes with particular emphasis on music literature for children. Must be taken sequentially.

3225, 3226. Band Techniques (2 each) Prerequisite: 2 yrs. college marching experience. Materials, repertoire, and procedures for preparing band performances. Must be taken sequentially.

3330. Music Theory for Children (3) Prerequisite: MUSI 2301. Harmonic and melodic concepts derived from creative activities appropriate for children. Not for music majors.

3336. Music for Young Children (3:3:0) Music activities as an enhancement to the intellectual, emotional, aesthetic, and social growth of young children (ages 3-8) Not for music majors.

3337, 3338. Music for Children (3 each) 3337 prerequisite to 3338. A study of musical activities, materials, and creative ideas. Emphasis on developing the child's voice, movement, playing simple melodic and harmonic instruments, and listening skills. For majors and specialists only.

3341. Introduction to Technology for Musicians (3:3:0) Introduction to technological resources for all aspects of the musical experience, primarily from the standpoint of the Macintosh operating system. Topics covered include computer assisted instruction, music printing MIDI sequencing, digital sampling, HyperCard software development, and nonmusic topics such as word processing, graphics, multimedia, and electronic communication.

3342. Advanced Technology for Musicians (3) Prerequisite: MUSI 3341 or consent of instructor. Intensive and extensive student-centered study in topics to be selected from: programming and software development in music, MIDI sequencing, multimedia development, advanced music notation, and digital sampling and synthesis.

4301. Individual Studies in Music (3) [MUSI 2262]

Courses in Applied Music. (MUAP)

Applied music instruction is offered in Baritone, Bassoon, Carillon, Clarinet, Cornet or Trumpet, Double Bass, Flute, Guitar, Harp, Harpsichord, Horn, Oboe, Organ, Percussion, Piano, Saxophone, Trombone, Tuba, Viola, Violin, Violoncello, and Voice.

1103,1104. Percussion (1 each) Fundamentals of playing and teaching percussion instruments. Laboratory ensemble experience.

1105,1106,2105,2106. Keyboard Skills (1 each) Sight reading and ensemble skills. Required of all piano majors for 2 semesters. Enrollment limited to piano majors, or by instructor consent.

1113,1114. Voice (1 each) Correct posture and studies for breath control; development of resonance; study of vowel formation; vocalization. Simple songs. Laboratory ensemble experience. [MUSI 1183, 1184]

1123,1124. Group Keyboard Instruction I and II (1 each) Beginning instruction in piano and electronic keyboards. Sight reading, harmonization and transposition, solo and ensemble repertoire, and playing techniques.

1303. Singers' Diction I (3) Singers' diction in Latin, Italian, and English utilizing the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) Prerequisite for MUAP 1304.

1304. Singers' Diction II (3) Prerequisite: MUAP 1303. Singers' diction in French and German utilizing the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA)

2103,2104. Strings (1 each) Fundamentals of playing and teaching string instruments. Laboratory ensemble experience.

2113. Keyboard Skills for Classroom Use (1) A course in keyboard skills for the elementary music specialist. Accompanying, harmonization, improvisation, playing patriotic songs, and sequencing accompaniments.

2123,2124. Group Keyboard Instruction III and IV (1 each) Intermediate instruction in piano and electronic keyboards. Sight reading, harmonization and transposition, solo and ensemble repertoire, and playing techniques.

2133,2134. Class Guitar (1 each) Beginning and intermediate instruction in guitar; basic left and right hand approaches of classical technique; basic chords and accompaniment styles. [MUSI 1192, 1193]

3101. Dimensions of Performance (1:1:1) Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. An interactive course open to all performers. Expressive movement, group dynamics, and free improvisations are used to maximize the spontaneity, confidence, and creativity of performers. May be repeated for credit.

3103,3104. Brass Instruments (1 each) Fundamentals of playing and teaching brass instruments. Laboratory ensemble experience. [MUSI 1168, 2168]

3190. Junior Recital (1) Prerequisite: MUAP 3001 on the same instrument or voice; Corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in MUAP 3002. Credit no credit grading.

3205. Jazz Improvisation (2) Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. Study and application of techniques of improvisation in jazz performance. May be repeated for credit. [MUSI 1263]

3206. Conducting (2:2:0) Basic conducting techniques.

3207. Choral Conducting (2) Prerequisite: MUAP 3206. Specific techniques of choral conducting and choral rehearsal.

3208. Instrumental Conducting (2) Prerequisite: MUAP 3206. Advanced baton techniques, score reading, and interpretation.

3303. Vocal Literature (3) Prerequisite: MUHL 2301, 2302. Historical and comparative analytical survey of the standard vocal literature of the 19th and 20th centuries.

4103, 4104. Woodwinds (1 each) Fundamentals of playing and teaching woodwinds. Laboratory ensemble experience. [MUSI 1166, 1167]

4190. Senior Recital (1) Prerequisite: MUAP 4001 on the same instrument or voice; Corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in MUAP 4002. Credit no credit grading.

4301, 4302. Keyboard Literature I and II (3 each) A survey of keyboard literature from earliest times to the present. Class performance and listening.

4303, 4304. Piano Pedagogy (3 each) Teaching procedures for prospective piano teachers, including rudiments, techniques, and materials.

4305. Vocal Pedagogy (3) Pedagogical attitudes in identifying and solving vocal problems based on a thorough knowledge of functional anatomy with an emphasis on the following: anatomy of breathing, phonation, articulation, as well as repertoire selection, memorization skills, coaching, program development, and performance skills.

4307. Choral Conducting (3) Prerequisite: MUAP 3207. Study and performances of representative choral works of all periods. Participation in a major choral organization required. An individual study course.

4308. Instrumental Conducting (3) Prerequisite: MUAP 3208. Study and performance of instrumental works of all periods. Participation in a major instrumental ensemble required. An individual study course.

Applied Music 1001, 1002, 2001, 2002, 3001, 3002. Instrument or Voice (1 each

Applied Music 1001, 1002, 2001, 2002, 3001, 3002, 4001, 4002. (2 to 4 each)

Courses in Music Composition. (MUCP)

1201, 1202. Introduction to Contemporary Music (2 each) Open to both majors and nonmajors. A survey of current trends, with activities emphasizing creative musicianship and new technology in composition. May be an individual study course. (For songwriting, see MUTH 1300.) [MUSI 1286, 1287]

2301, 2302. Music Composition (3 each) For composition majors. Prerequisite: MUCP 1202 or the equivalent. Work in traditional forms and media and also electronic media, together with the principles of notation, layout, reproduction, and copyright. May be an individual study course.

3001. Projects in Electronic and Experimental Music (V2-4) Open to both majors and nonmajors. Prerequisite: MUCP 1202, or the equivalent, and instructor approval. Independent study and creative projects utilizing the resources of the Experimental Music Studio. May be repeated for credit.

3301, 3302. Music Composition (3 each) For composition majors. Prerequisite: MUCP 2302 and formal approval to continue in the Bachelor of Music program in Music Composition. Continued work in both traditional and electronic media. May be an individual study course.

3303. Principles of Composition (3) Prerequisite: MUCP 1202, or the equivalent, and instructor approval. Creative work for students not majoring in composition. May be an individual study course and may be repeated for credit.

4207. Instrumentation (2:2:0) Prerequisite: MUTH 2404 or equivalent, or by permission of the division of theory and composition. A study of the properties of woodwind, brass, percussion, and string instruments, their transpositions, and their sectional treatment, leading to full scorings for both band and orchestra.

4208. Orchestration (2) Prerequisite: MUCP 4207. More advanced work in scoring for both band and orchestra.

4401, 4402. Music Composition (4 each) For composition majors. Prerequisite: MUCP 3302 or the equivalent. Advanced work on a larger scale, culminating in a senior recital as noted in the curriculum. May be an individual study course.

Courses in Music Education. (MUED)

3311. Curriculum and Instruction in Education and Music (3:3:0) Prerequisite: Junior standing and acceptance to the Teacher Education Program. Foundations, patterns, and issues in curriculum development. Preparation of resource-teaching units. Transfer and application to the discipline of music. Field experiences required.

3312. Methods in Education and Music (3:3:0) Prerequisite: Junior standing and acceptance to the teacher education program. Foundations of teaching, methods and techniques, evaluation, and classroom management. Transfer and application to the discipline of music. Field experiences required.

Courses in Student TeachingAll-Level. (MUAL)

4000. Student Teaching in MusicAll-Level (V1-12) Prerequisite: Attainment of admission standards for student teaching. Supervised teaching involving a period of major responsibility for instruction and learning in an accredited school.

Courses in Student TeachingSecondary. (MUSE)

4000. Student Teaching in MusicSecondary (V1-12) Prerequisite: Attainment of admission standards for student teaching. Supervised teaching involving a period of major responsibility for instruction and learning in an accredited school.

Courses in Music Ensemble. (MUEN)

Each ensemble may be taken for four successive years, since the literature studied will cover a cycle of that period of time. Two semester hours of MUEN 1103 (marching band) may be substituted for required health and physical fitness. Ensembles include Band, Choir, Music Theatre, Orchestra, Brass Band, Chamber Orchestra, Jazz Ensemble, Jazz Combo, Chamber Music, Brass Choir, Woodwind Ensemble, Guitar Ensemble, Viola Ensemble, Flute Ensemble, Saxophone Ensemble, Oboe Ensemble, Clarinet Choir, Trumpet Ensemble, French Horn Ensemble, Trombone Ensemble, Tuba Ensemble, Percussion Ensemble, Harp Ensemble, New Music Ensemble, and Piano Accompanying.

1103. Marching Band (1:0:5)

3101. Choir (1:0:3) [MUSI 1141, 1151]

3102. Music Theatre (1:0:3) [MUSI 1158, 1159]

3103. Band (1:0:3) [MUSI 1127]

3104. Orchestra (1:0:5) [MUSI 1129]

3105. Jazz Ensemble (1:0:3) [MUSI 1121]

3106. Instrumental Ensemble (1:0:3) [MUSI 1131]

3201. University Choir (2:0:5) [MUSI 1241]

3202. Music Theatre (2:0:5) [MUSI 1258, 2159]

3203. Band (2:0:5) [MUSI 1227]

3204. Orchestra (2:0:5) [MUSI 1229]

Courses in Music History and Literature. (MUHL)

1301, 1302. Introduction to Music Literature (3:3:0 each) For music majors or with consent of instructor. Through directed listening, music of various forms and styles is considered. Introduction to music history showing relationship of music studied to that preceding and following it. [MUSI 1308, 1309]

1308. Music Appreciation (3:3:0) Beginning course for nonmajors. Appreciation of music is encouraged through consideration of a variety of musical styles. [MUSI 1306]

2301, 2302. History of Music (3:3:0 each) For music majors or with consent of instructor. Prerequisite: MUHL 1301,1302. Historical survey of the music of Western civilization from ancient times to the present. Either course may be taken first. (Writing Intensive)

2308, 2309. Heritage of Music (3:3:0 each) For nonmusic majors. Selected compositions will be studied through an interpretation of their historical, functional, and cultural significance.

3304. History of Jazz (3:3:0) Historical and analytical survey of jazz from its beginning through "Rock"its form, style, literature, and influence on 20th century music. This course may count toward the upper level music literature or theory elective requirements for wind and percussion majors.

3308. Masterpieces in Music (3:3:0) For nonmusic majors. Representative musical works from the Baroque Period to the present are studied in relation to their historical and general cultural context.

4300. Special Topics in Music History and Literature (3:3:0) Prerequisite: MUHL 2301 and 2302. Topics may cover any historical period of music, music literature, or composers. May be repeated under a different topic.

4313. Music of the Baroque Period (3:3:0) Prerequisite: MUHL 2301, 2302. A survey of history and literature of music from c.1600 to c.1750.

4314. Music of the Classic Period (3:3:0) Prerequisite: MUHL 2301, 2302. Music of Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, and their contemporaries.

4315. Music of the Romantic Period (3:3:0) Prerequisite: MUHL 2301, 2302. A survey of music from c.1825 to c.1900.

4316. Music of the Twentieth Century (3:3:0) Prerequisite: MUHL 2301, 2302. A study of trends and developments in music since 1900.

Courses in Music Theory. (MUTH)

1101. Developmental Aural Skills (1) Computer-assisted instruction and drill in developmental dictation and sight-singing skills.

1103. Elementary Aural Skills I (1:0:2) Corequisite: MUTH 1303. For music majors or with consent of instructor. Dictation, sight-singing, and keyboard skills.

1104. Elementary Aural Skills II (1:0:2) Prerequisite: Completion of MUTH 1303 and 1103 with a grade of C or better, or equivalent. Corequisite: MUTH 1304. Dictation, sight-singing, and keyboard skills.

1300. Songwriting (3:3:0) A beginning course for nonmusic majors. A practical approach to music theory through songwriting. Includes aural training, notation, textual setting, melodic writing, and chord assignment. [MUSI 1300]

1301. Introduction to Music Theory (3:3:0) Corequisite: MUTH 1101. An introduction to the elements of melody, rhythm, harmony, and sight-singing. [MUSI 1301]

1303. Elementary Music Theory I (3:3:0) Corequisite: MUTH 1103. For music majors or with consent of instructor. Melody, rhythm, and diatonic harmony.

1304. Elementary Music Theory II (3:3:0) Prerequisite: Completion of MUTH 1303 and 1103 with a grade of C or better, or equivalent. Corequisite: MUTH 1104. Melody, rhythm, and diatonic harmony.

2103. Intermediate Aural Skills I (1:0:2) Prerequisite: Completion of MUTH 1304 and 1104 with a grade of C or better, or equivalent. Corequisite: MUTH 2303. Dictation, sight-singing, and keyboard skills.

2104. Intermediate Aural Skills II (1:0:2) Prerequisite: Completion of MUTH 2303 and 2103 with a grade of C or better, or equivalent. Corequisite: MUTH 2304. Dictation, sight-singing, and keyboard skills.

2303. Intermediate Music Theory I (3:3:0) Prerequisite: Completion of MUTH 1304 and 1104 with a grade of C or better, or equivalent. Corequisite: MUTH 2103. Diatonic and chromatic harmony.

2304. Intermediate Music Theory II (3:3:0) Prerequisite: Completion of MUTH 2303 and 2103 with a grade of C or better, or equivalent. Corequisite: MUTH 2104. Diatonic and chromatic harmony; survey of twentieth-century techniques.

3303. Form, Analysis, and Synthesis (3:3:0) Prerequisite: Completion of MUTH 2304 and 2104 with a grade of C or better or equivalent. The analysis and synthesis of Classical, Romantic, Impressionist, and Contemporary styles, including harmonic and nonharmonic practices and the principles of both small and large part-forms. May be an individual study course.

3308. Twentieth Century Techniques (3) Prerequisite: MUTH 3303 or the equivalent. The study of contemporary techniques, modes, synthetic scales, serialism, and vertical structureswith syntheses and a term project.

4302, 4303. Fundamentals of Composition (3 each) Prerequisite: MUTH 3303. Original writing in small forms for voice, solo instruments, and small ensembles; the development of individual style. An individual study course.

4305. Modal Counterpoint (3) Prerequisite: Completion of MUTH 2304 and 2104 with a grade of C or better or equivalent. A study of sixteenth-century vocal counterpoint, beginning with the principles of melodic writing and concentrating upon the analysis and synthesis of polyphonic textures, as found in the motet and the Mass.

4307. Tonal Counterpoint and Fugue (3) Prerequisite: Completion of MUTH 2304 and 2104 with a grade of C or better or equivalent. The analysis and synthesis of eighteenth-century counterpoint in two to four voices, concentrating upon the instrumental style and techniques of the invention and the fugue.

4309. Arranging (3) Prerequisite: MUCP 4207 or the equivalent. Techniques of arranging for concert band, marching band, and jazz ensembles; with laboratory performances. An individual study course.


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