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Per 211: Percussion Instruction for the Non-Major 1 credit

Prerequisites: Percussion Audition.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 221: Percussion Instruction for the Non-Major 1 credit

Prerequisite: Per 211.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 231: Percussion Instruction for the Non-Major 1 credit

Prerequisite: Per 221.

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Per 241: Percussion Instruction for the Non-Major 1 credit

Prerequisite: Per 231.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 251: Percussion Instruction for the Non-Major 1 credit

Prerequisite: Per 241.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 261: Percussion Instruction for the Non-Major 1 credit

Prerequisite: Per 251.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 271: Percussion Instruction for the Non-Major 1 credit

Prerequisite: Per 261.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 281: Percussion Instruction for the Non-Major 1 credit

Prerequisite: Per 271.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 291: Percussion Instruction for the Non-Major 1 credit

Students enrolling in Per 211-281 register with Per 291. When the music department assigns a student to an instructor, Per 291 changes to the appropriate catalog number. The middle digit indicates the number of semesters the student has completed the course (i.e., first instruction class, Per 211; second instruction class, Per 221; etc.). The last digit indicates the course credits.

Prerequisites: Percussion Audition.

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Per 311: Private Instruction for the Percussion Minor 1 credit

Principal instrument only.

Prerequisites: Percussion Audition.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 321: Private Instruction for the Percussion Minor 1 credit

Principal instrument only.

Prerequisite: Per 311.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 331: Private Instruction for the Percussion Minor 1 credit

Principal instrument only.

Prerequisite: Per 321.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 341: Private Instruction for the Percussion Minor 1 credit

Principal instrument only.

Prerequisite: Per 331.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 351: Private Instruction for the Percussion Minor 1 credit

Principal instrument only.

Prerequisite: Per 341.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 361: Private Instruction for the Percussion Minor 1 credit

Principal instrument only.

Prerequisite: Per 351.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 371: Private Instruction for the Percussion Minor 1 credit

Principal instrument only.

Prerequisite: Per 361.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 381: Private Instruction for the Percussion Minor 1 credit

Principal instrument only.

Prerequisite: Per 371.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 391: Percussion Instruction for the Minor 1 credit

Students enrolling in Per 311-381 register with Per 391. When the music department assigns a student to an instructor, Per 391 changes to the appropriate catalog number. The middle digit indicates the number of semesters the student has completed the course (i.e., first instruction class, Per 311; second instruction class, Per 321; etc.). The last digit indicates the course credits.

Prerequisites: Percussion Audition.

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Per 401: Percussion Pedagogy 2 credits

Materials, methods and teaching techniques for private and group instruction. Practical experience through private study on all percussion instruments and supervised teaching and observation on the precollege level.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 411: Freshman Percussion 1 credit

A progressive study in all phases of performance with emphasis on orchestral technique: snare drum (studies from Harr, Cirone, Payson, Goldenberg and Delecluse), Timpani (studies from Goodman and Whaley), and Mallets (studies from Musser, Stevens, Goldenberg, Stout and others); solo repertoire by such representative composers as Vivaldi, Bach, Handel, Varese, Colgrass, Musser, Carter, Kraft and Stout; ensemble and orchestral repertoire; pedagogical skills; junior and senior recitals.

Prerequisites: Percussion Audition.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 412: Freshman Percussion 2 credits

A progressive study in all phases of performance with emphasis on orchestral technique: snare drum (studies from Harr, Cirone, Payson, Goldenberg and Delecluse), Timpani (studies from Goodman and Whaley), and Mallets (studies from Musser, Stevens, Goldenberg, Stout and others); solo repertoire by such representative composers as Vivaldi, Bach, Handel, Varese, Colgrass, Musser, Carter, Kraft and Stout; ensemble and orchestral repertoire; pedagogical skills; junior and senior recitals.

Prerequisites: Percussion Audition.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 421: Freshman Percussion 1 credit

A progressive study in all phases of performance with emphasis on orchestral technique: snare drum (studies from Harr, Cirone, Payson, Goldenberg and Delecluse), Timpani (studies from Goodman and Whaley), and Mallets (studies from Musser, Stevens, Goldenberg, Stout and others); solo repertoire by such representative composers as Vivaldi, Bach, Handel, Varese, Colgrass, Musser, Carter, Kraft and Stout; ensemble and orchestral repertoire; pedagogical skills; junior and senior recitals.

Prerequisites: Per 411-412 Prerequisite.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 422: Freshman Percussion 2 credits

A progressive study in all phases of performance with emphasis on orchestral technique: snare drum (studies from Harr, Cirone, Payson, Goldenberg and Delecluse), Timpani (studies from Goodman and Whaley), and Mallets (studies from Musser, Stevens, Goldenberg, Stout and others); solo repertoire by such representative composers as Vivaldi, Bach, Handel, Varese, Colgrass, Musser, Carter, Kraft and Stout; ensemble and orchestral repertoire; pedagogical skills; junior and senior recitals.

Prerequisites: Per 411-412 Prerequisite.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 431: Sophomore Percussion 1 credit

A progressive study in all phases of performance with emphasis on orchestral technique: snare drum (studies from Harr, Cirone, Payson, Goldenberg and Delecluse), Timpani (studies from Goodman and Whaley), and Mallets (studies from Musser, Stevens, Goldenberg, Stout and others); solo repertoire by such representative composers as Vivaldi, Bach, Handel, Varese, Colgrass, Musser, Carter, Kraft and Stout; ensemble and orchestral repertoire; pedagogical skills; junior and senior recitals.

Prerequisites: Per 421-422 Prerequisite.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 432: Sophomore Percussion 2 credits

A progressive study in all phases of performance with emphasis on orchestral technique: snare drum (studies from Harr, Cirone, Payson, Goldenberg and Delecluse), Timpani (studies from Goodman and Whaley), and Mallets (studies from Musser, Stevens, Goldenberg, Stout and others); solo repertoire by such representative composers as Vivaldi, Bach, Handel, Varese, Colgrass, Musser, Carter, Kraft and Stout; ensemble and orchestral repertoire; pedagogical skills; junior and senior recitals.

Prerequisites: Per 421-422 Prerequisite.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 433: Sophomore Percussion 3 credits

A progressive study in all phases of performance with emphasis on orchestral technique: snare drum (studies from Harr, Cirone, Payson, Goldenberg and Delecluse), Timpani (studies from Goodman and Whaley), and Mallets (studies from Musser, Stevens, Goldenberg, Stout and others); solo repertoire by such representative composers as Vivaldi, Bach, Handel, Varese, Colgrass, Musser, Carter, Kraft and Stout; ensemble and orchestral repertoire; pedagogical skills; junior and senior recitals.

Prerequisites: Per 421-422 Prerequisite.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 441: Sophomore Percussion 1 credit

A progressive study in all phases of performance with emphasis on orchestral technique: snare drum (studies from Harr, Cirone, Payson, Goldenberg and Delecluse), Timpani (studies from Goodman and Whaley), and Mallets (studies from Musser, Stevens, Goldenberg, Stout and others); solo repertoire by such representative composers as Vivaldi, Bach, Handel, Varese, Colgrass, Musser, Carter, Kraft and Stout; ensemble and orchestral repertoire; pedagogical skills; junior and senior recitals.

Prerequisites: Per 431-433 Prerequisite.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 442: Sophomore Percussion 2 credits

A progressive study in all phases of performance with emphasis on orchestral technique: snare drum (studies from Harr, Cirone, Payson, Goldenberg and Delecluse), Timpani (studies from Goodman and Whaley), and Mallets (studies from Musser, Stevens, Goldenberg, Stout and others); solo repertoire by such representative composers as Vivaldi, Bach, Handel, Varese, Colgrass, Musser, Carter, Kraft and Stout; ensemble and orchestral repertoire; pedagogical skills; junior and senior recitals.

Prerequisites: Per 431-433 Prerequisite.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 443: Sophomore Percussion 3 credits

A progressive study in all phases of performance with emphasis on orchestral technique: snare drum (studies from Harr, Cirone, Payson, Goldenberg and Delecluse), Timpani (studies from Goodman and Whaley), and Mallets (studies from Musser, Stevens, Goldenberg, Stout and others); solo repertoire by such representative composers as Vivaldi, Bach, Handel, Varese, Colgrass, Musser, Carter, Kraft and Stout; ensemble and orchestral repertoire; pedagogical skills; junior and senior recitals.

Prerequisites: Per 431-433 Prerequisite.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 451: Junior Percussion 1 credit

A progressive study in all phases of performance with emphasis on orchestral technique: snare drum (studies from Harr, Cirone, Payson, Goldenberg and Delecluse), Timpani (studies from Goodman and Whaley), and Mallets (studies from Musser, Stevens, Goldenberg, Stout and others); solo repertoire by such representative composers as Vivaldi, Bach, Handel, Varese, Colgrass, Musser, Carter, Kraft and Stout; ensemble and orchestral repertoire; pedagogical skills; junior and senior recitals.

Prerequisites: Per 441-443 Prerequisite.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 452: Junior Percussion 2 credits

A progressive study in all phases of performance with emphasis on orchestral technique: snare drum (studies from Harr, Cirone, Payson, Goldenberg and Delecluse), Timpani (studies from Goodman and Whaley), and Mallets (studies from Musser, Stevens, Goldenberg, Stout and others); solo repertoire by such representative composers as Vivaldi, Bach, Handel, Varese, Colgrass, Musser, Carter, Kraft and Stout; ensemble and orchestral repertoire; pedagogical skills; junior and senior recitals.

Prerequisites: Per 441-443 Prerequisite.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 453: Junior Percussion 3 credits

A progressive study in all phases of performance with emphasis on orchestral technique: snare drum (studies from Harr, Cirone, Payson, Goldenberg and Delecluse), Timpani (studies from Goodman and Whaley), and Mallets (studies from Musser, Stevens, Goldenberg, Stout and others); solo repertoire by such representative composers as Vivaldi, Bach, Handel, Varese, Colgrass, Musser, Carter, Kraft and Stout; ensemble and orchestral repertoire; pedagogical skills; junior and senior recitals.

Prerequisites: Per 441-443 Prerequisite.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 461: Junior Percussion 1 credit

A progressive study in all phases of performance with emphasis on orchestral technique: snare drum (studies from Harr, Cirone, Payson, Goldenberg and Delecluse), Timpani (studies from Goodman and Whaley), and Mallets (studies from Musser, Stevens, Goldenberg, Stout and others); solo repertoire by such representative composers as Vivaldi, Bach, Handel, Varese, Colgrass, Musser, Carter, Kraft and Stout; ensemble and orchestral repertoire; pedagogical skills; junior and senior recitals.

Prerequisites: Per 451-453 Prerequisite.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 462: Junior Percussion 2 credits

A progressive study in all phases of performance with emphasis on orchestral technique: snare drum (studies from Harr, Cirone, Payson, Goldenberg and Delecluse), Timpani (studies from Goodman and Whaley), and Mallets (studies from Musser, Stevens, Goldenberg, Stout and others); solo repertoire by such representative composers as Vivaldi, Bach, Handel, Varese, Colgrass, Musser, Carter, Kraft and Stout; ensemble and orchestral repertoire; pedagogical skills; junior and senior recitals.

Prerequisites: Per 451-453 Prerequisite.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 463: Junior Percussion 3 credits

A progressive study in all phases of performance with emphasis on orchestral technique: snare drum (studies from Harr, Cirone, Payson, Goldenberg and Delecluse), Timpani (studies from Goodman and Whaley), and Mallets (studies from Musser, Stevens, Goldenberg, Stout and others); solo repertoire by such representative composers as Vivaldi, Bach, Handel, Varese, Colgrass, Musser, Carter, Kraft and Stout; ensemble and orchestral repertoire; pedagogical skills; junior and senior recitals.

Prerequisites: Per 451-453 Prerequisite.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 471: Senior Percussion 1 credit

A progressive study in all phases of performance with emphasis on orchestral technique: snare drum (studies from Harr, Cirone, Payson, Goldenberg and Delecluse), Timpani (studies from Goodman and Whaley), and Mallets (studies from Musser, Stevens, Goldenberg, Stout and others); solo repertoire by such representative composers as Vivaldi, Bach, Handel, Varese, Colgrass, Musser, Carter, Kraft and Stout; ensemble and orchestral repertoire; pedagogical skills; junior and senior recitals.

Prerequisites: Per 461-463 Prerequisite.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 472: Senior Percussion 2 credits

A progressive study in all phases of performance with emphasis on orchestral technique: snare drum (studies from Harr, Cirone, Payson, Goldenberg and Delecluse), Timpani (studies from Goodman and Whaley), and Mallets (studies from Musser, Stevens, Goldenberg, Stout and others); solo repertoire by such representative composers as Vivaldi, Bach, Handel, Varese, Colgrass, Musser, Carter, Kraft and Stout; ensemble and orchestral repertoire; pedagogical skills; junior and senior recitals.

Prerequisites: Per 461-463 Prerequisite.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 473: Senior Percussion 3 credits

A progressive study in all phases of performance with emphasis on orchestral technique: snare drum (studies from Harr, Cirone, Payson, Goldenberg and Delecluse), Timpani (studies from Goodman and Whaley), and Mallets (studies from Musser, Stevens, Goldenberg, Stout and others); solo repertoire by such representative composers as Vivaldi, Bach, Handel, Varese, Colgrass, Musser, Carter, Kraft and Stout; ensemble and orchestral repertoire; pedagogical skills; junior and senior recitals.

Prerequisites: Per 461-463 Prerequisite.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 481: Senior Percussion 1 credit

A progressive study in all phases of performance with emphasis on orchestral technique: snare drum (studies from Harr, Cirone, Payson, Goldenberg and Delecluse), Timpani (studies from Goodman and Whaley), and Mallets (studies from Musser, Stevens, Goldenberg, Stout and others); solo repertoire by such representative composers as Vivaldi, Bach, Handel, Varese, Colgrass, Musser, Carter, Kraft and Stout; ensemble and orchestral repertoire; pedagogical skills; junior and senior recitals.

Prerequisites: Per 471-473 Prerequisite.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 482: Senior Percussion 2 credits

A progressive study in all phases of performance with emphasis on orchestral technique: snare drum (studies from Harr, Cirone, Payson, Goldenberg and Delecluse), Timpani (studies from Goodman and Whaley), and Mallets (studies from Musser, Stevens, Goldenberg, Stout and others); solo repertoire by such representative composers as Vivaldi, Bach, Handel, Varese, Colgrass, Musser, Carter, Kraft and Stout; ensemble and orchestral repertoire; pedagogical skills; junior and senior recitals.

Prerequisites: Per 471-473 Prerequisite.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 483: Senior Percussion 3 credits

A progressive study in all phases of performance with emphasis on orchestral technique: snare drum (studies from Harr, Cirone, Payson, Goldenberg and Delecluse), Timpani (studies from Goodman and Whaley), and Mallets (studies from Musser, Stevens, Goldenberg, Stout and others); solo repertoire by such representative composers as Vivaldi, Bach, Handel, Varese, Colgrass, Musser, Carter, Kraft and Stout; ensemble and orchestral repertoire; pedagogical skills; junior and senior recitals.

Prerequisites: Per 471-473 Prerequisite.

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Per 491: Percussion Instruction for the Major/Principal 1 credit

Students enrolling in Per 411-481 register with Per 491. When the music department assigns a student to an instructor, Per 491 changes to the appropriate catalog number. The middle digit indicates the number of semesters the student has completed the course (i.e., first instruction class, Per 411; second instruction class, Per 421; etc.). The last digit indicates the course credits.

Prerequisites: Percussion Audition.

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Per 492: Percussion Instruction for the Major/Principal 2 credits

Students enrolling in Per 412-482 register with Per 492. When the music department assigns a student to an instructor, Per 492 changes to the appropriate catalog number. The middle digit indicates the number of semesters the student has completed the course (i.e., first instruction class, Per 412; second instruction class, Per 422; etc.). The last digit indicates the course credits.

Prerequisites: Percussion Audition.

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Per 493: Percussion Instruction for the Major/Principal 3 credits

Students enrolling in Per 433-483 register with Per 493. When the music department assigns a student to an instructor, Per 493 changes to the appropriate catalog number. The middle digit indicates the number of semesters the student has completed the course (i.e., first instruction class, Per 433; second instruction class, Per 443; etc.). The last digit indicates the course credits.

Prerequisites: Percussion Audition.

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Per 610: Percussion: Non-Performance Major 1 credit

Prerequisites: Percussion Audition.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 611: Percussion 1 credit

Prerequisites: Percussion Audition.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 612: Percussion 2 credits

Prerequisites: Percussion Audition.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 613: Percussion 3 credits

Prerequisites: Percussion Audition.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 614: Percussion 4 credits

Prerequisites: Percussion Audition.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 620: Percussion: Non-Performance Major 1 credit

Prerequisite: Per 610.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 621: Percussion 1 credit

Prerequisites: Per 611-614 Prerequisite.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 622: Percussion 2 credits

Prerequisites: Per 611-614 Prerequisite.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 623: Percussion 3 credits

Prerequisites: Per 611-614 Prerequisite.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 624: Percussion 4 credits

Prerequisites: Per 611-614 Prerequisite.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 630: Percussion: Non-Performance Major 1 credit

Prerequisite: Per 620.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 631: Percussion 1 credit

Prerequisites: Per 621-624 Prerequisite.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 632: Percussion 2 credits

Prerequisites: Per 621-624 Prerequisite.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 633: Percussion 3 credits

Prerequisites: Per 621-624 Prerequisite.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 634: Percussion 4 credits

Prerequisites: Per 621-624 Prerequisite.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 640: Percussion: Non-Performance Major 1 credit

Prerequisite: Per 630.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 641: Percussion 1 credit

Prerequisites: Per 631-634 Prerequisite.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 642: Percussion 2 credits

Prerequisites: Per 631-634 Prerequisite.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 643: Percussion 3 credits

Prerequisites: Per 631-634 Prerequisite.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 644: Percussion 4 credits

Prerequisites: Per 631-634 Prerequisite.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 690: Percussion: Non-Performance Major 1 credit

Prerequisites: Percussion Audition.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 691: Percussion 1 credit

Prerequisites: Percussion Audition.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 692: Percussion 2 credits

Prerequisites: Percussion Audition.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 693: Percussion 3 credits

Prerequisites: Percussion Audition.

This course is not offered this academic year.

Per 694: Percussion 4 credits

Prerequisites: Percussion Audition.

This course is not offered this academic year.