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  • Music Department
    1845 E Northgate Dr
    Irving, TX 75062
    Phone: 972-721-5079

    music@udallas.edu

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Courses

1105. Chamber Ensemble. An opportunity for pianists, string and woodwind playersto practice and perform in small chamber music ensembles of 2-4 instruments. Groups meet weekly with the instructor. At least one performance given each semester.Graded Pass/No Pass.

1106. Chamber Orchestra. Classes offered when practical. Open to instrumental
musicians from the entire University Community. Members provide their own instruments. Graded Pass/No Pass.

1107. Applied Piano. One forty-five minute private lesson per week to be arranged
by instructor and student. One performance given each semester. Graded Pass/No
Pass. Additional lesson fee.

1108. Applied Instrumental Music. Individual instruction in violin and other
instruments upon student request per semester. Graded Pass/No Pass. Additional
lesson fee.

1113. Collegium Cantorum Choir. Membership in Collegium Cantorum, a liturgical
choir specializing in 16th century Latin Polyphony, is by special audition.

1113. Choral Ensembles. Campus singers and Madrigals offered when student
numbers permit.

1116. Applied Voice—Collegium. Open only to members of Collegium Cantorum.
Individual instruction in developing the voice as an instrument of dramatic and
musical expression. One forty-five minute lesson per week to be arranged by the
instructor and student. Graded Pass/No Pass.

1116. Applied Voice—Practicum. Open to all students. Individual instruction in
developing the voice as an instrument of dramatic and musical expression. One
forty-five minute lesson per week to be arranged by the instructor and student.
Graded Pass/No Pass. Additional lesson fee.

1311-1315. Music of the Western World: Renaissance, Baroque, Classical, Romantic, and Contemporary. A five-course series focusing on the development of the
tradition of Western Music beginning with early Christian chant and culminating in
the modern period. Exposure to the nature and elements of music through lectures,
presentation projects, listening assignments, and concert attendance.

1320. Music Theory I. Designed to teach the beginning music student practical
knowledge of note-reading, rhythms, chords and key arrangements. All work is
written or sung.

1321. Music Theory II. Designed to teach the intermediate music student practical
knowledge of note-reading, rhythms, chords and key arrangements with emphasis
on four-part harmony. Students analyze the harmony and form of works by master
composers. Prerequisite: Music Theory I or Proficiency Exam.

2103. Lyric Theater. A musical workshop class for the Campus Musical presented
each Spring as possible.

3330. History & Theory of Gregorian Chant. Course focuses on the history and
the development of Gregorian Chant. Particular emphasis is given to rhythmical
theories, using original notation. Counts as core Fine Arts.

3360. Shakespeare and Music. Study of Shakespeare’s plays through the study of
the music written for them.

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