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Departmental Studies in Jazz

   •  KSMUS 542J — Jazz Piano II for Non-Pianists
   •  MHMUS 111J — Jazz History I
   •  MHMUS 211J — Jazz History II
   •  MHMUS 311J — Jazz History III
   •  MHMUS 411J — Jazz History IV
   •  THMUS 111J — Jazz Theory I: Melody, Rhythm and Harmony
   •  THMUS 211J — Jazz Theory II: World Melody & Rhythm
   •  THMUS 311J — Jazz Theory III: Chromatic Harmony
   •  THMUS 411J — Jazz Theory IV: Form

Harmony and Counterpoint for Jazz

   •  JZMUS 411 — Introduction to Jazz Arranging and Orchestration

Graduate Courses in Jazz

   •  GRMUS J601 — The Origins of Jazz
   •  GRMUS J602 — The Swing Era
   •  GRMUS J611-2 — Advanced Jazz Composition and Arranging

Historical Performance Ensembles

   •  CMENS B531-2 — Historical Performance Chamber Music
   •  PFENS B611-2 — Juilliard415

Historical Performance Core Studies

   •  HIMUS P611-2 — Historical Performance Symposium
   •  HIMUS 600 — Historical Performance Studio Class
   •  HIMUS 611-2 — History and Literature of 17th- and 18th- Century Music (Formerly Foundations I)
   •  HIMUS 611-2A — Advanced Topics in Historical Performance
   •  HIMUS 621-2 — Studies in Historical Performance

Specialized Skills in Historical Performance

   •  KSMUS B535-6 — Baroque Keyboard Skills
   •  KSMUS B635-6 — Continuo Skills in Context

Graduate Studies: Core Seminars in Music History

   •  GRMUS H603 — Explorations in Music History I
   •  GRMUS H604 — Explorations in Music History II
   •  GRMUS H605 — Foundations of Graduate Studies in Music History
   •  GRMUS H608 — J.S. Bach in Leipzig
   •  GRMUS H624 — Mozart's Operas
   •  GRMUS H627 — Words and Music: Benjamin Britten's Literary Settings
   •  GRMUS H632 — Music in New York
   •  GRMUS H650 <strong>—</strong> Wagner's Ring
   •  GRMUS H651 — The Modernist Era
   •  GRMUS H653 — Schumann at Work: Learning From the Manuscripts
   •  GRMUS H658 — Opera at the Turn of the 20th Century: Stylistic and Psychoanalytic Perspectives
   •  GRMUS H659 — The Life and Times of Gustav Mahler
   •  GRMUS H661 — Music Since World War II
   •  GRMUS H663 — Music and Cataclysms
   •  GRMUS H664 — Creating an American Avant-Garde
   •  GRMUS H667 — Chamber Music: From the Home to the Concert Hall
   •  GRMUS H670 — The Concerto: Its Evolution Since 1615
   •  GRMUS H682 — American Music: Sources and Cultures
   •  GRMUS H683 — History of Jazz
   •  GRMUS H687 — Music and Politics

Graduate Studies: Core Seminars in Music Theory

   •  GRMUS T603 — Graduate Theory Review
   •  GRMUS T616 <strong>—</strong> The Late Beethoven Quartets
   •  GRMUS T623 — Advanced Counterpoint: Compositional Counterpoint and the Organic Line
   •  GRMUS T624 — Advanced Counterpoint: Invertible Counterpoint, Canon and Fugue
   •  GRMUS T625-6 — Advanced Studies in Harmony
   •  GRMUS T633 — Music in Context
   •  GRMUS T637 — Contrapuntal Analysis: The Fabric of Music
   •  GRMUS T638 — String Music: Brahms to Bartok
   •  GRMUS T640 — The New and the Old
   •  GRMUS T641 — The American Symphony: Ives to Corigliano
   •  GRMUS T644 — Beethoven: The Heroic Decade, 1800-1810
   •  GRMUS T645 — Methods of Analysis
   •  GRMUS T649 — The Symphonies of Brahms
   •  GRMUS T657 — Schubert and Schumann: The Song Cycles
   •  GRMUS T659 — Opera: Beginnings and Early Developments
   •  GRMUS T662 <strong>—</strong> Schoenberg and the Serial Legacy
   •  GRMUS T663 <strong>—</strong> European Avant-garde Composers: 1945-1980
   •  GRMUS T671 — Introduction to Post-Tonal Theory
   •  GRMUS T682 <strong>—</strong> Music Theory Pedagogy
   •  GRMUS T693 — Schenkerian Analysis I

Graduate Studies: Elective Seminars in Music

   •  GRMUS S615 — The Operas of Mozart
   •  GRMUS S616 — The Concertos of Mozart
   •  GRMUS S687 — 20th-Century Pianists: Their Recorded Legacy

Graduate Studies: Departmental Practicums in Music

   •  GRMUS P658 — Jazz Practicum for Pianists
   •  GRMUS P670 — Composers and Choreographers
   •  GRMUS P671 — Early Music Vocal Literature
   •  GRMUS P677-8 — Opera Performance Technique for Pianists
   •  GRMUS P679-80 — Russian Diction/Vocal Literature
   •  GRMUS P682 — British and American Song Literature
   •  GRMUS P683-4 — French Vocal Literature
   •  GRMUS P685-6 — German Vocal Literature
   •  GRMUS P687-8 — Italian Vocal Literature
   •  GRMUS P689-90 — Oratorio Practicum
   •  GRMUS P691-2 — Skills of Instrumental Accompanying
   •  GRMUS P693-4 — Skills of Vocal Accompanying
   •  GRMUS P695 — The Art of Vocal Coaching
   •  GRMUS P697-8 <strong>—</strong> Orchestral Keyboard Repertoire

Graduate Studies: General Practicums in Music

   •  GRMUS P610 — Baroque as a Second Language: Historical Performance for Modern Players
   •  GRMUS P611 — Baroque as a Second Language: Historical Performance for Modern Players
   •  GRMUS P633 — Improvisation
   •  GRMUS P651-2 — Performance Workshop on 20th- and 21st-Century Music
   •  GRMUS P656 — Jazz Practicum
   •  GRMUS P660 — Introduction to Music Production
   •  GRMUS P662 — Scoring to Picture
   •  GRMUS P665 — Independent Study in Music Production
   •  GRMUS P666 — Music Production Workshop
   •  GRMUS P667 — Introduction to Interactive Music Technology
   •  GRMUS P668 — Advanced Interactive Music Technology
   •  GRMUS P675 — Performance Enhancement

Graduate Studies: Entrepreneurship and Career Development in Music

   •  GRMUS E605 — Career Development Seminar
   •  GRMUS E613 — The Musician as Entrepreneur
   •  GRMUS E615 — Breaking Barriers: Classical Music in an Age of Pop
   •  GRMUS E616 — Understanding the Profession:The Performing Arts in the 21st Century
   •  GRMUS E620 — Speaking of Music: How to Talk and Write About Music
   •  GRMUS E633-4 <strong>—</strong> Suzuki Pedagogy
   •  GRMUS E640 — Insights Into Learning: An Introduction to Music Pedagogy
   •  GRMUS E644 — Arts in Education
   •  GRMUS E651 <strong>—</strong> Piano Pedagogy
 

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