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MUSIC 050 - 2.00 - INTERNSHIP

Description: Internship is a self-motivated course which allows students to earn from 1-3 units for structured supervised work off campus under supervision of a faculty advisor. It is designed to provide students with appropriate preparation, a hands-on discipline-linked work experience that will extend their knowledge and understanding of career demands in a field. This course may be offered in all disciplines. Note: Students must arrange an approved internship prior to enrolling in this class. Transfer Credit: CSU
Recommended preparation: Eligibility for ENGL 120 or ESL 151.
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4095LECF12:00pm-12:30pm DELTO , BYRON CLOSEDView
[ 6.0 TBA hrs in an approved lab]
Pass/No Pass class only

MUSIC 101 - 3.00 - MUSIC FUNDAMENTALS

Description: Music 101 is a beginning course for those students who seek a basic knowledge of the fundamentals of music and music notation. Students learn the basic elements of pitch, rhythm, notation, scale structure, tonality, intervals, chords, melody, harmony, musical terminology, and score reading. Students apply these concepts to writing and analyzing simple musical examples. In addition, students learn to relate these concepts to the piano keyboard and to play simple examples. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Prerequisite: None.
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2831LECMW03:25pm-04:50pmAU4CARD , P. CATHERINE CLOSEDView
2832LEC 0000-0000ONLINEWACHS , MICHAEL CLOSEDView
[ 3.0 hrs online]
2832 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule. This course section is offered through online instruction with one on-campus, mandatory, orientation session on Friday, February 20 from 6:00-7:00pm in AU4. There will be an in-person final exam.
2833LECS09:00am-12:10pmAU211WACHS , MICHAEL CLOSEDView
3020LECF09:10am-12:20pmAU4BALIAN , MURIEL CLOSEDView
3062LECTTH07:35am-09:00amAU4TERKAZARYAN , MARINE CLOSEDView
3074LECMW07:35am-09:00amAU211LU , ALEXANDER CLOSEDView
3095LECTTH03:25pm-04:50pmAU4CARD , P. CATHERINE CLOSEDView
3112LEC 0000-0000ONLINEWACHS , MICHAEL CLOSEDView
[ 3.0 hrs online]
3112 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule. This course section is offered through online instruction with one on-campus, mandatory, orientation session on Friday, February 20 from 5:00-6:00pm in AU4. There will be an in-person final exam.
3128LECTTH05:10pm-06:35pmAU4PINEDA , CATHLENE CLOSEDView
3129LECT06:55pm-10:05pmAU211ACOSTA , GAIL CLOSEDView
3134LEC 0000-0000ONLINECARD , P. CATHERINE CLOSEDView
[ 3.0 hrs online]
3134 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule. This course section is offered through online instruction with one on-campus, mandatory, orientation session on Friday, February 20 from 7:00-8:00pm in AU4. There will be an in-person final exam.

MUSIC 102 - 3.00 - FUNDAMENTALS FOR MUSIC MAJORS

Description: Music 102 is a course designed for those who have an elementary knowledge of music and music notation. Students should be able to read bass and treble clefs, notes and note values, time signatures and key signatures, identify notes of a piano keyboard, and have a basic understanding of melody, harmony and rhythm. Using this basic knowledge, fundamental concepts such as scales, intervals, chords, and transposition are studied. These musical concepts are then applied in ear training, analysis, and compositional exercises in preparation for musicianship and harmony courses. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Recommended preparation: It is strongly recommended that students entering MUSIC 102 be able to read music (clefs, note values, time and key signatures) and identify notes on a piano keyboard. Also that students have access to a piano keyboard.
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3015LECTTH09:10am-10:35amAU4LU , ALEXANDER CLOSEDView

MUSIC 105 - 2.00 - MUSICIANSHIP II

Description: Music 105 is a continuation of Music 104 with further emphasis on sight singing and ear training as well as the ability to perform melodic passages based on the major and minor modes. Basic harmonic progressions are also emphasized with application to melodic patterns and rhythms. Music 105 is required for music majors. Note: For the non-pianist, concurrent study of piano is strongly recommended. Students should have some knowledge of scales, intervals, key signatures, triad notation and identification, time signatures and note values. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Prerequisite: MUSIC 104. Corequisite: MUSIC 108.
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3016LECM08:30am-10:35amAU215PFLUEGER , BETHANY ANN CLOSEDView
 LABW09:30am-10:35amAU215PFLUEGER , BETHANY ANN--

MUSIC 108 - 3.00 - HARMONY II

Description: Music 108 develops an understanding of compositional techniques. Emphasis is placed on cadences, modulations, dominant sevenths, secondary dominants and analysis. Music 108 is required for music majors. Note: For the non-pianist concurrent study of piano is strongly recommended. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Prerequisite: MUSIC 107. Corequisite MUSIC 105.
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3018LECTTH09:10am-10:35amAU211PFLUEGER , BETHANY ANN CLOSEDView

MUSIC 120 - 3.00 - MUSIC APPRECIATION

Description: Music 120 traces the evolution of music over the past 1500 years, with a special emphasis on understanding how to listen for greater enjoyment. Students learn the basic elements of music, such as form and structure, families and subgroups of musical instruments, as well as learning about specific composers and works. Note: This course may not be taken for credit by students who have completed Music 125 or 126. This course is designed especially for non-music majors. Music majors should enroll in Music 125 and 126. The student is required to attend five (5) classical concerts and submit concert reports. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Prerequisite: None.
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2835LECMW09:10am-10:35amAU4SHERMAN , PAUL CLOSEDView
2836LEC 0000-0000ONLINESTERN , THEODORE CLOSEDView
[ 3.0 hrs online]
2836 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule. This course section is offered through online instruction with one on-campus, mandatory, orientation session on Friday, February 20 from 5:00-6:00pm in AU 211. There will be an in-person final exam.
2972LECTTH07:35am-09:00amAU211SHERMAN , PAUL CLOSEDView
3075LECTTH10:45am-12:10pmAU4SHERMAN , PAUL CLOSEDView
3111LEC 0000-0000ONLINENEWTON , GREGORY PAUL CLOSEDView
[ 3.0 hrs online]
3111 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule. This course section is offered through online instruction with one on-campus, mandatory, orientation session on Friday, February 20 from 6:00-7:00pm in AU 211. There will be an in-person final exam.
3135LEC 0000-0000ONLINERAULERSON , GRAHAM CLOSEDView
[ 3.0 hrs online]
3135 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule. This course section is offered through online instruction with one on-campus, mandatory, orientation session on Friday, February 20 from 7:00-8:00pm in AU211. There will be an in-person final exam.
3323LECMW03:25pm-04:50pmAU117LAKE , MATTHEW CLOSEDView
3741LECTH06:55pm-10:05pmAU4COULTER , CHRISTIAN CLOSEDView

MUSIC 121 - 3.00 - HISTORY OF ROCK MUSIC

Description: Music 121 is a course in the evolution of popular music in the United States since World War II. Students first study the musical influences which led to the rise of rock and roll in the mid-1950. They then follow the development of the various musical styles which are collectively referred to as rock music. Emerging musical innovations are viewed as reflections of changes within our society. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Prerequisite: None.
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2971LECTTH05:10pm-06:35pmAU211KUPKA , CRAIG CLOSEDView
3253LECW06:55pm-10:05pmAU4RAULERSON , GRAHAM CLOSEDView

MUSIC 122 - 3.00 - HISTORY OF JAZZ

Description: Music 122 traces the evolution of jazz music from its earliest influences in the nineteenth century to current styles. Special emphasis is placed on understanding how to listen for greater enjoyment. Students learn basic elements of music, such as meter, form, and structure, and how the elements of music are used in jazz. Students learn to distinguish the instruments used in jazz performance as well as examining the different types of jazz ensembles. Students learn about the leading practitioners of jazz and listen to the masterworks of jazz. Prerequisite: None Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Prerequisite: None.
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2837LECTTH05:10pm-06:35pmAU212COULTER , CHRISTIAN CLOSEDView

MUSIC 126 - 3.00 - HISTORY AND LITERATURE

Description: Music 126 begins with the mid-18th century and continues with musical history through the present day. In addition to lectures and readings, the course includes a study of live and recorded musical performances. Recognition of composers and styles is emphasized. Note: Students are required to attend six (6) concerts featuring music from the historical periods being studied, and to submit six (6) concert reports. Students are urged to take Music 125 and 126 within the same academic year. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Recommended preparation: It is strongly recommended that students entering MUSIC 126 be able to read music well enough to identify key signatures and transpositions, and be able to follow a musical score.
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3021LECMW10:45am-12:10pmAU4SHERMAN , PAUL CLOSEDView

MUSIC 127 - 3.00 - WORLD MUSIC

Description: Music 127 is designed to provide non-majors with a broader understanding of the multicultural world community. Students are introduced to non-western music as it occurs in Africa, the Middle East and Asia. Musical expression is viewed as an outgrowth of diverse cultural needs. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Prerequisite: None.
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3056LEC 0000-0000ONLINERAULERSON , GRAHAM CLOSEDView
[ 3.0 hrs online]
3056 Note: ONLINE CLASS - For information on what is required of you when taking an online course visit www.glendale.edu/online or go to the Distance Education pages in the printed schedule. This course section is offered through online instruction with one on-campus, mandatory, orientation session on Friday, February 20 from 8:00-9:00pm in AU211. There will be an in-person final exam.
3096LECF01:40pm-04:50pmAU211SHERMAN , PAUL CLOSEDView

MUSIC 135 - 2.00 - VOICE TRAINING I

Description: Music 135 stresses the principles of correct vocal production and their application to songs and ballads in English. Emphasis is placed on the following: proper breathing habits, the relationship between breathing and tone making, vocal health, range, resonance, registration, poise, posture, and song presentation. The development of an appreciation for the vocal arts is an important aspect of the course. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Prerequisite: None.
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2838LECM09:30am-10:35amAU211PROTICH , ANITA CLOSEDView
 LECW09:30am-10:20amAU211PROTICH , ANITA--
2839LECM10:45am-11:50amAU211PROTICH , ANITA CLOSEDView
 LECW10:45am-11:35amAU211PROTICH , ANITA--
2840LECW06:55pm-09:00pmAU211ION , CHARLES CLOSEDView

MUSIC 136 - 2.00 - VOICE TRAINING II

Description: Music 136 is a continuing focus upon the principles of correct vocal production and their application to songs and ballads in English. Foreign art songs are introduced, more difficult exercises both musically and vocally are stressed. Further emphasis is placed on legato singing, diction, interpretation, and expression. The development of an appreciation for the vocal arts is of continuing importance. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Prerequisite: MUSIC 135 or equivalent.
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2841LECM09:30am-10:35amAU211PROTICH , ANITA CLOSEDView
 LECW09:30am-10:20amAU211PROTICH , ANITA--
2842LECM10:45am-11:50amAU211PROTICH , ANITA CLOSEDView
 LECW10:45am-11:35amAU211PROTICH , ANITA--
2843LECW06:55pm-09:00pmAU211ION , CHARLES CLOSEDView

MUSIC 137 - 2.00 - VOICE TRAINING III

Description: Music 137 is a continuation and broadening of the principles of vocal production and proper use of the breath in singing as outlined in Music 135 and 136. More difficult literature is explored, including contemporary music and several songs in foreign languages. Performances and recital. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Prerequisite: MUSIC 136 or equivalent.
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2844LECM09:30am-10:35amAU211PROTICH , ANITA CLOSEDView
 LECW09:30am-10:20amAU211PROTICH , ANITA--
2845LECM10:45am-11:50amAU211PROTICH , ANITA CLOSEDView
 LECW10:45am-11:35amAU211PROTICH , ANITA--
2846LECW06:55pm-09:00pmAU211ION , CHARLES CLOSEDView

MUSIC 140 - 1.00 - APPLIED MUSIC

Description: Music 140 is a course in individual and ensemble performance. Students receive eight hours of private instruction on a solo instrument. Emphasis is on solo performance through individual instruction, recital performance through participation in a recital class, and ensemble performance through participation in a performing ensemble. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Corequisite: 1 unit section of a performing ensemble: MUSIC 143 (instrumentalists only),146,147,148, 231, 234, 235, 236, 237, 240, 241,or 242. The student must demonstrate a basic proficiency on an instrument or voice. An audition is required.
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2847LECW01:40pm-02:40pmAU211PFLUEGER , BETHANY ANN CLOSEDView
[ + .5 TBA hrs in an approved lab]
2849LECM05:10pm-06:10pmAU211PFLUEGER , BETHANY ANN CLOSEDView
[+ .5 TBA hrs in an approved lab]

MUSIC 143 - 1.00 - JAZZ BAND

Description: Music 143 is a class for students who wish to learn the techniques used in performing jazz and big band literature. Emphasis is placed on developing music reading skills and gaining additional familiarity with improvisational techniques. Students perform with other instrumentalists or with singers. Selected works by contemporary composers are rehearsed and performed. Note: Audition is required. Please contact the instructor at extension 5829 prior to the first class meeting. Concert dress is required. Students must provide an appropriate instrument. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Prerequisite: The ability to perform in a proficient manner upon the trumpet, trombone, saxophone, drums, string bass, guitar, or piano.
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3050LABT06:55pm-10:05pmAU4KUPKA , CRAIG CLOSEDView

MUSIC 144 - 1.00 - WOODWIND ENSEMBLE

Description: Music 144 is a small instrumental group which plays for college and community activities. Emphasis is on balance, dynamics, phrasing, and interpretation. Note: Audition is required. Please contact the instructor at extension 5829 prior to the first class meeting. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Prerequisite: Ability to play a musical instrument in a band, orchestra, or chamber music ensemble.
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3035LABM06:55pm-10:05pmAU4PFLUEGER , BETHANY ANN CLOSEDView
3036LABT06:55pm-10:05pmAU4KUPKA , CRAIG CLOSEDView

MUSIC 145 - 1.00 - BRASS ENSEMBLE

Description: Music 145 is a small instrumental group which plays for college and community activities. Emphasis is on balance, dynamics, phrasing, and interpretation. Note: Audition is required. Please contact the instructor at extension 5829 prior to the first class meeting. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Prerequisite: Ability to play a musical instrument in a band or orchestra.
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3037LABM06:55pm-10:05pmAU4PFLUEGER , BETHANY ANN CLOSEDView
3038LABT06:55pm-10:05pmAU4KUPKA , CRAIG CLOSEDView

MUSIC 147 - 1.00 - COMMUNITY ORCHESTRA: LITERATURE 1825-1950

Description: Music 147 is a class for students who want to learn and perform the standard orchestral repertoire from the Romantic era through the present. Concerto literature and programmatic music are featured. Emphasis is placed on interpretation and style. Note: Audition is required. Please contact the instructor at extension 5621 prior to the first class meeting. Concert dress is required. Students must provide an appropriate instrument. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Prerequisite: The ability to perform on a standard orchestral instrument is required.
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3995LABM06:55pm-10:05pmAU4PFLUEGER , BETHANY ANN CLOSEDView

MUSIC 148 - 1.00 - CHAMBER MUSIC

Description: Music 148 is a class for students who want to learn and perform performance standard chamber music repertoire from the Baroque era through the present. Ensembles from duos to quintets explore literature from various periods and for various instrumentations. Emphasis is placed on interpretation and style. Note: Audition is required. Please contact the instructor at extension 5829 prior to the first class meeting. Students must provide an appropriate instrument. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Prerequisite: The ability to perform on a standard string, wind, or keyboard instrument is required.
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3051LAB 0000-0000 ACOSTA , GAIL CLOSEDView

MUSIC 150 - 1.00 - BEGINNING GUITAR

Description: Music 150 is an introductory course in playing the guitar. Students will learn basic playing technique, tuning, chords, and scales. An emphasis is placed on reading and performance of music in the open position. Repertoire will be drawn from a diverse set of styles including but not limited to classical, folk, blues, rock, and jazz. No previous musical training or experience on the guitar is required. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Prerequisite: None.
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3064LABT01:40pm-02:45pmAU4DELTO , BYRON CLOSEDView
 LABTH01:40pm-02:30pmAU4DELTO , BYRON--

MUSIC 152 - 1.00 - STRING ENSEMBLE

Description: Music 152 is a small instrumental group which plays for college and community activities. Emphasis is on balance, dynamics, phrasing, and interpretation. Note: Audition is required. Please contact the instructor at extension 5621 prior to the first class meeting. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Prerequisite: Ability to play a musical instrument in a band or orchestra.
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3040LABM06:55pm-10:05pmAU4PFLUEGER , BETHANY ANN CLOSEDView

MUSIC 153 - 1.00 - CONTEMPORARY GUITAR 1

Description: Music 153 is a course in guitar playing in a variety of contemporary styles. Students will learn contemporary guitar techniques, triads, moveable chords, major scales, and minor scales. Emphasis is placed on reading of music in the lower positions of the guitar in several keys. Repertoire will be drawn from a variety of contemporary guitar styles including but not limited to country, rock, blues, and jazz. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC
Recommended preparation: MUSIC 150 or equivalent.
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3078LABM01:10pm-03:15pmAU4LAKE , MATTHEW CLOSEDView

MUSIC 154 - 1.00 - CONTEMPORARY GUITAR 2

Description: Music 154 continues the study guitar of playing in a variety of contemporary styles. Students will continue to develop contemporary guitar techniques, triads, extended chords, moveable chords, major scales, and minor scales. Emphasis is placed on extending reading beyond the open position in multiple keys. Repertoire will be drawn from a variety of contemporary guitar styles including but not limited to country, rock, blues, and jazz. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Prerequisite: Music 153 or equivalent.
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3325LABM01:10pm-03:15pmAU4LAKE , MATTHEW CLOSEDView

MUSIC 156 - 1.00 - CLASSICAL GUITAR I

Description: Music 156 is for students who wish to learn the elementary techniques of guitar playing. Included are the studies of fundamental music reading, skills, notation for guitar, tuning, playing techniques, fingerings, key signatures and scales, and the performance of easy solo guitar music in the first position. Another aspect of the course is to foster an appreciation for the classic guitar, its literature and performing artists. No previous musical training is required. Note: Students are required to have a standard six (6) string guitar to use in class and are expected to practice one (1) hour per day. This course may be taken 2 times; a maximum of 4 units may be earned. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Prerequisite: None.
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4072LECF12:30pm-01:30pmAU4NAGATANI , KEN CLOSEDView
 LABF01:30pm-02:35pmAU4NAGATANI , KEN--

MUSIC 156 - 2.00 - CLASSICAL GUITAR I

Description: Music 156 is for students who wish to learn the elementary techniques of guitar playing. Included are the studies of fundamental music reading, skills, notation for guitar, tuning, playing techniques, fingerings, key signatures and scales, and the performance of easy solo guitar music in the first position. Another aspect of the course is to foster an appreciation for the classic guitar, its literature and performing artists. No previous musical training is required. Note: Students are required to have a standard six (6) string guitar to use in class and are expected to practice one (1) hour per day. This course may be taken 2 times; a maximum of 4 units may be earned. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Prerequisite: None.
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3041LECM05:10pm-06:15pmAU4NAGATANI , KEN CLOSEDView
 LABW05:10pm-06:15pmAU4NAGATANI , KEN--

MUSIC 157 - 2.00 - CLASSICAL GUITAR II

Description: Music 157 continues with the study of basic classic guitar techniques. Dynamics, ligados, and grace notes are introduced. Students become acquainted with the entire fingerboard through scales in the 2nd, 4th, 5th, 7th and 9th positions, and also through selected compositions for the guitar from the 18th and 19th centuries, and solo arrangements of familiar tunes. Chord structure is discussed and applied to the fingerboard. Note: Students are required to have a standard six (6) string guitar to use in class and are expected to practice one (1) hour per day. This course may be taken 2 times; a maximum of 4 units may be earned. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Prerequisite: MUSIC 156 or equivalent.
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2851LECF12:30pm-01:30pmAU4NAGATANI , KEN CLOSEDView
 LABF01:30pm-02:35pmAU4NAGATANI , KEN--

MUSIC 160 - 2.00 - PIANO I

Description: Music 160 is designed for students who wish to gain an elementary knowledge of piano keyboard and the rudiments of music reading. The content of the course will be based on the assumption that students have had no previous musical training. Note: Music 160 is not open to students having previous instruction or experience in piano playing. It is recommended that the student have a piano available for practice and is expected to practice one (1) hour a day. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Prerequisite: None.
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2853LECM10:45am-11:50amAU215CHUN , MI HYUN CLOSEDView
 LECW10:45am-11:35amAU215CHUN , MI HYUN--
2854LECT07:55am-09:00amAU215NARGIZYAN , LYUSINE CLOSEDView
 LECTH07:55am-08:45amAU215NARGIZYAN , LYUSINE--
2855LECT06:55pm-09:00pmAU215CHUN , MI HYUN CLOSEDView
2856LECT12:20pm-01:25pmAU215TERKAZARYAN , MARINE CLOSEDView
 LECTH12:20pm-01:10pmAU215TERKAZARYAN , MARINE--
3109LECT01:40pm-02:45pmAU215TERKAZARYAN , MARINE CLOSEDView
 LECTH01:40pm-02:30pmAU215TERKAZARYAN , MARINE--

MUSIC 161 - 2.00 - PIANO II

Description: Music 161 is a course for the advancement of the beginning pianist in skills, interpretation and tonal coloring. Note: It is recommended that the student has a piano available for practice and is expected to practice one (1) hour a day. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Prerequisite: MUSIC 160 or one-half year of piano experience.
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2857LECT09:10am-10:15amAU215NARGIZYAN , LYUSINE CLOSEDView
 LECTH09:10am-10:00amAU215NARGIZYAN , LYUSINE--

MUSIC 162 - 2.00 - PIANO III

Description: Music 162 covers the theory and interpretation of works from the preclassical, classical, and romantic periods as well as modern or contemporary music. Emphasis on development of technique, style, tone-color, dynamics and phrasing. Note: It is recommended that the student has a piano available for practice and is expected to practice one (1) hour a day. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Prerequisite: MUSIC 161 or one year of piano experience.
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2859LECT10:45am-11:50amAU215NARGIZYAN , LYUSINE CLOSEDView
 LECTH10:45am-11:35amAU215NARGIZYAN , LYUSINE--

MUSIC 163 - 1.00 - PIANO WORKSHOP

Description: Music 163 is for advanced students who can benefit from individual study and supervised practice time. Piano Lab allows students to study solo repertoire, accompanying, ensemble playing, sight-reading, and improvisation. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Prerequisite: MUSIC 161 or equivalent.
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2861LECT10:45am-11:50amAU215NARGIZYAN , LYUSINE CLOSEDView
 LABTH10:45am-11:35amAU215NARGIZYAN , LYUSINE--

MUSIC 171 - 3.00 - INTRODUCTION TO MUSIC BUSINESS

Description: Music 171 offers musicians an introduction to the career aspects of the music industry. Jobs and roles in the music industry are examined including: songwriters, film and TV composers, arrangers, publishers, producers, engineers, record companies, retail, promotion, manufacturing, distribution, agents, music law, and managers. The course examines copyright legalities, the recording industry, and entrepreneurial opportunities for musicians. Students will learn about possible fields of employment and how to effectively present themselves to employers in the music industry. Transfer Credit: CSU
Prerequisite: None.
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3048LECF09:10am-12:20pmAU211HELGESON , JAYSON CLOSEDView

MUSIC 177 - 2.50 - INTRODUCTION TO MUSIC TECHNOLOGY AND SEQUENCING

Description: Music 177 offers an introduction to the current applications of computers and software used in music creation, music sequencing, and music notation. A thorough understanding of current practices in music technology is essential to a musician's success in today's creative world. Students learn how recording, synthesis, notation, and electronic music creation were practiced before the era of desktop computers. Students learn how to use current music software to create music with an emphasis on the musical instrument digital interface (MIDI), sequencing, and synthesis. Students also learn to use notation software to create and display readable music. Transfer Credit: CSU
Prerequisite: None.
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2863LECT03:25pm-05:30pmAU213DELTO , BYRON CLOSEDView
 LABTH03:25pm-04:30pmAU213DELTO , BYRON--

MUSIC 178 - 3.00 - INTRODUCTION TO RECORDING AND DIGITAL AUDIO PRODUCTION

Description: Music 178 offers an introduction to sound recording, acoustics, digital audio, and signal processing. Students learn audio terminology, audio hardware operation, digital audio workstation (DAW) operation, and audio engineering techniques. Hardware studied includes microphones, cables, monitors, recorders, consoles, and signal processors. Students experience hands-on use of current music production hardware and software. Students also learn about recording studio procedures, jobs in the recording industry, mixing techniques, mastering, post production, and the product manufacturing process. Transfer Credit: CSU
Prerequisite: None.
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3063LECF01:40pm-04:50pmAU213HELGESON , JAYSON CLOSEDView

MUSIC 185 - 1.00 - PRO TOOLS 101

Description: Music 185 is an introductory course in the principles and operation of Pro Tools software. Fundamental software configuration and operation are covered all the way from project set up to session mixdowns. Students build skills through hands on Pro Tools projects that include session setup, audio recording, importing media, MIDI (musical instrument digital interface) recording, editing, navigating, mixing, and session completion. This course is the first class in the Pro Tools Operator certification program and prepares students for the Pro Tools 101 certification exam. The certification exam may be taken at the conclusion of the course.
Recommended preparation: MUSIC 178 or equivalent.
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3065LECW03:25pm-04:30pmAU213DELTO , BYRON(1st 8 Week Class) CLOSEDView
 STW04:30pm-06:35pmAU213DELTO , BYRON--

MUSIC 186 - 1.00 - PRO TOOLS 110

Description: Music 186 is an intermediate course in the essential principles and operation of Pro Tools software. Intermediate software configuration, operation, and features are covered all the way from project creation to session completion. Students build skills through hands on Pro Tools projects that include customizing setups, working with external controllers, managing session data and media, loop recording MIDI (musical instrument digital interface) and audio, using virtual instruments and Elastic Audio, working with Beat Detective and Audio Suite, and using intermediate editing, automation, and mixing techniques. This course is the second course in the Pro Tools Operator certification program and prepares students for the Pro Tools 110 certification exam. The certification exam may be taken at the conclusion of the course.
Prerequisite: MUSIC 185 or equivalent.
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3067LECW03:25pm-04:30pmAU213DELTO , BYRON(2nd 8 Week Class) CLOSEDView
 STW04:30pm-06:35pmAU213DELTO , BYRON--
3067 Note: Required Material Fee - $90.00

MUSIC 230 - 1.00 - CHORUS

Description: Music 230 is a beginning course in the appreciation and performance of standard choral literature, with special emphasis on principles of part singing, vocal control, interpretation, diction, phrasing, and breath control. Public performances may be required. Note: An audition is required. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Prerequisite: None.
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3042LABTTH10:45am-12:10pmAU211ROBLES , ZANADIA CLOSEDView
3043LABM06:55pm-10:05pmAU211GREEN , PETER CLOSEDView

MUSIC 231 - 1.00 - COLLEGE CHOIR

Description: Music 231 is a beginning course in the appreciation and performance of advanced choral literature, with special emphasis on principles of part singing, vocal control, interpretation, diction, phrasing, and breath control. Public performances may be required. Note: Students must demonstrate the ability to match pitches and maintain steady rhythm. An audition may be required. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Prerequisite: MUSIC 135 or equivalent.
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3044LABTTH10:45am-12:10pmAU211ROBLES , ZANADIA CLOSEDView

MUSIC 233 - 1.00 - CHAMBER CHORALE: FESTIVAL

Description: Music 233 is a course in the appreciation and performance of choral literature written for treble voices. Emphasis is placed on music written after 1800 and other art music suitable for performance at adjudicated festivals. Public performance is required. Note: Students must have the ability to match pitches and maintain a steady rhythm. An audition is required. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Prerequisite: None.
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3076LABTTH01:40pm-03:05pmAU211ROBLES , ZANADIA CLOSEDView

MUSIC 237 - 1.00 - VOCAL ENSEMBLE: JAZZ/SHOW CLASSICS

Description: Music 237 is the study and performance of choral literature composed for small vocal ensembles. Vocal music in both show (popular) and jazz idioms is studied. Some of the music may be choreographed. Note: An audition is required. Membership in other performance groups may be required. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Prerequisite: None.
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3077LABMW03:25pm-04:50pmAU211DELTO , CLARE CLOSEDView

MUSIC 242 - 1.00 - CONCERT SINGERS: CONTEMPORARY

Description: Music 242 is a course in the appreciation and performance of contemporary choral literature. Emphasis is placed on music composed during the 20th and 21st centuries. Public performance is required. Note: Students spend 8 hours outside of class at off-campus rehearsals and scheduled performances. Students must demonstrate the ability to match pitches and maintain steady rhythm. An audition is required. Transfer Credit: CSU, UC, USC
Prerequisite: None.
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3046LABM06:55pm-10:05pmAU211GREEN , PETER CLOSEDView

 

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