Performance, Collaborative Emphasis — B.M.
Because of the specific focus and intensive nature of the degree program in music in performance - collaborative emphasis, it may not be combined with other degrees (such as music education).
|Integrative Core Curriculum Requirements||31-32|
|Private Lesson Requirement 1|
|PFMJ 10300||Piano I - Music Majors (4 credits times 2 semesters)||8|
|PFMJ 20300||Piano II - Music Majors (4 credits times 2 semesters)||8|
|PFMJ 30300||Piano III - Music Majors (4 credits times 2 semesters)||8|
|PFMJ 40300||Piano IV - Music Majors (4 credits times 2 semesters)||8|
|PFMJ 19900||Performance Repertoire and Pedagogy (.5 credit times 8 semesters)||4|
|MUEN 11700||The Pianist as Collaborator||1|
|MUEN 11800||The Pianist as Collaborator||1|
|MUEN 21700||Accompanying Master Class||1|
|MUEN 21800||Accompanying Master Class||1|
|MUEN 31700||Piano/Instrumental Duo||1|
|MUEN 31800||Piano/Vocal Duo||1|
|MUEN 30300||Piano Ensemble||1|
|MUEN 1xxxx||Choral Ensemble||1|
|MUEN 32100||Chamber Music (.5 credit times 2 semesters)||1|
|PFMJ 44700||Private Accompanying||1|
|PFMJ 44800||Private Accompanying||1|
|MUMC 37300||Required Junior Recital||1|
|MUMC 47300||Required Senior Recital||2|
|MUMC 47500||Required Collaborative Recital (CP)||1|
|MUTH 10100||Fundamentals of Music Theory 2||1|
|MUTH 12100||Introduction to Musical Styles||2|
|MUTH 12200||Music Theory I||2|
|MUTH 22100||Music Theory II||2|
|MUTH 22200||Music Theory III||2|
|MUTH 32100||Form and Analysis||2|
|MUTH 32200||Analysis of Music since 1900||2|
|MUTH 13300||Aural Skills I||1.5|
|MUTH 13400||Aural Skills II||1.5|
|MUTH 23300||Aural Skills III||1|
|MUTH 23400||Aural Skills IV||1|
|PFSM 17500||Keyboard Musicianship I - Keyboard Majors||1|
|PFSM 17600||Keyboard Musicianship II - Keyboard Majors||1|
|MUMC 27900||Introduction to the Harpsichord||1|
|PFMJ 10702||Harpsichord I-Secondary Instrument||1|
|Other Music Requirements|
|MUMC 16600||Career Orientation||1|
|MUMC 10300||Introduction to Music Technology||1|
|MUMC 48500||Survey of Piano Literature I||1|
|MUMC 48600||Survey of Piano Literature II||1|
|MUMC 49300||Piano Pedagogy||2|
|MUMC 44700||Opera Workshop||2|
|MUMC 16100||Diction I||2|
|MUMC 16200||Diction II||2|
|xxxxx||Music electives 2||0-5|
|MUMC 10100||Required Recital Attendance||0|
|MUSIC LIBERAL ARTS REQUIREMENTS|
|MUTH 25500||History and Literature of Music I||3|
|MUTH 25600||History and Literature of Music II (WI)||3|
|MUTH 35500||History and Literature of Music III||3|
|INTEGRATIVE CORE CURRICULUM 3|
|ICC Theme & Perspective|
|ICSM 1xxxx||Ithaca Seminar||4|
|ENGL 11300||Introduction to Poetry (HM)||3|
|xxxxx||Creative Arts (CA)||3|
|xxxxx||Natural Science (SC)||3|
|xxxxx||Social Science (SO)||3|
|WRTG 10600||Academic Writing I 4||3|
|MATH 10000||Mathematics Fundamentals 5||0-1|
|Complementary Liberal Arts CLA|
|xxxxx||Modern Language (French, German or Italian) 6||12|
|Select 3 credits of each (DV, WI, QL) 7||9|
|MUMC 47500||Required Collaborative Recital (CP) 8||1|
Students entering the School of Music in a non-performance degree program will take 2 credits of private lessons each semester until they are accepted into the performance-collaborative emphasis program. Students entering the performance-collaborative emphasis program prior to the sophomore year will substitute music electives for any missing private lesson credits from the previous semester.
Students may fulfill the requirement for Fundamentals of Music Theory by scoring 84 percent or higher on a placement exam administered by the Department of Music Theory, History, and Composition. Students who score below 84 percent on the exam must take the course, and they take the lower number of music electives.
The 31-32 credits listed in this group must be taken outside the School of Music. For more information see Liberal Arts under the School of Music Overview tab.
Students may earn credit for WRTG 10600 by scoring a 4 or 5 on the AP English Literature exam or AP English Language and Composition exam or by choosing ICSM 10800. Student choosing the ICSM option must add 3 credits of LA electives. (For more on Ithaca College’s AP policy, see Advanced Placement Policy.)
Students scoring a pass on the QL readiness exam will satisfy this requirement. Students who do not achieve a passing score will have to take the 1 credit math course MATH 10000 and earn a final grade of C- or higher.
6 credits each for two of the following: French, German, or Italian. If equivalent proficiency can be demonstrated in one of these languages, then the remaining two should be studied.
The DV, WI and QL attribute requirements of the Integrative Core Curriculum may be fulfilled through any appropriately designated courses, including those given in the School of Music.
MUMC 47500 will fulfill the capstone requirement and will serve to synthesize aspects of the Integrative Core Curriculum with the student’s School of Music degree requirements.