MUS224 Course Information

Code:MUS224
Title:Woodwind Methods I
Subtitle:n/a
Credit(s):2
Description:

Emphasis is placed on elementary performing ability on single-reed instruments (clarinet/saxophone) and flute sufficient to teach students effectively in elementary and secondary school performing groups. This course is designed for students in the METLI program, or for students who may have instructional duties with clarinetists/saxophonists/flutists at some point in their career. Topics include: developmental characteristics of beginning woodwind performers, age-appropriate instruction, integration of reading vs. playing, proper techniques for playing single-reed instruments, familiarity with scoring––including arranging for the woodwind family, basic maintenance/repair, and choice of equipment/reeds.

  
Prerequisites: MUS 101
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