Orchestration I (MUS 307.3)

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Description

A study of the art of orchestration and its practical application to strings, woodwinds and horn. The various styles of scoring, from Bach to the 20th Century, will be analyzed as well as discussion on the history of orchestration. Emphasis will be placed on arranging for full orchestra with particular attention to string, woodwind and horn sections.

Prerequisite(s)

MUS 234.

Note

Students with credit for MUS 305 cannot take this course for credit.

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