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    Grinnell College
  Dec 18, 2017
2015-2016 Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

MUS 420 - Performance: Recital

2 credits (Fall or Spring)
An advanced and intensive study of music literature through private tutorial instruction in a single area of instrumental or vocal music. The study of performance related to advanced studies in criticism, history, analysis, and style. Weekly 60-minute lessons totaling 14 hours of instruction per semester. Practice expectation: minimum of 60 minutes per day. Performance requirement: a full recital. May be repeated once for credit.

Prerequisite: Third-year or senior standing, MUS 220  or MUS 221  in the semester prior to registration, instructor's consent, and signature of department chair.
Note: Credits earned for music lessons are NOTE counted in the number of credits that determine whether a student is liable for an "overload" (over 18 credits). For music lesson fees, see Financial Regulations. A maximum of 16 credits in Music 120, 122, 220, 221, and 420 will count toward graduation. Credits in Music 101, 120, 122, 220, 221, and 420 may not exceed a total of six in any one semester. Students should note that Music 101, 120, 122, 220, 221, and 420 are included in the 48-credit maximum in the department.
Instructor: Staff