MUSC 133 - Applied Music: Secondary Instrument I
(1,0) 1 Credit
Prerequisite(s): Approval by RVCC music faculty and audition with private instructor.
Consultation with and approval by the RVCC music faculty is required for official private study of a secondary instrument. An audition for the intended private instructor will likely be required.
This course is for music majors with adequate background. This course provides credit for individual performance study on an instrument or voice with a member of the music faculty or a private teacher (off-campus) approved by the music faculty. It is essential that music majors focus their expertise on their primary instrument in preparation for college audition, but it may be appropriate for some to maintain private lessons on a secondary instrument as well. Students will arrange with a private instructor for a minimum of twelve weekly lessons during the semester. Repertory studied will vary according to the student’s instrument or voice and performance level and be recommended by the private teacher. Students are required to perform for a faculty jury each semester and to perform in at least one student recital a year. Fees for the weekly lessons will be paid directly to the private instructor. Further information on course procedures and a list of approved teachers are available from the Visual and Performing Arts music faculty.
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