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Collaborative Piano

The Master of Music (MMus) degree in Collaborative Piano offers students the opportunity to study both the instrumental and vocal repertory in order to develop performance skills as a collaborative pianist. The program focuses on chamber music, solo vocal literature, operatic repertoire, languages, diction, and participation in one of Hartt's performance ensembles. Additional coursework in music history and music theory complete the experience. Recitals with both instrumentalists and vocalists are required throughout the program in addition to weekly classroom accompanying. Students also take weekly private lessons with one of Hartt's private studio keyboard faculty.




Major in Collaborative Piano

 
Subject Code Course Description Credits
API 888 Piano Studio Instruction 2,2,2,2
ACC 640, 641 Vocal Repertoire 2,2
ACC 642, 643 Skills of Instrum. Accomp. 1,1
ACC 644, 645 Sonatas 2,2
ACC 646 Survey of Operatic Repertoire 1
ACC 647 Techniques of Vocal Coaching 1
REC 560 Recital (Vocal Accompanying) 0-2
REC 561 Recital (Instrumental Accompanying)                      0-2
  Total Credits (Major Area) 20-22
  Other Studies  
HLM 615 Pro-Seminar in Music History 3
HLM Music History Elective 3
TH 553 Analysis for Performance 3
TH  Music Theory Elective 3
DIC 610, 611 Diction 1,1
  Total Credits - Other Studies 14
  Other Courses  
  Electives (with approval of advisor) 2-18
  Total Credits for Degree 36-56

 

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