Music

Hope’s Department of Music believes that music can make the world a better place. The department is committed to increasing the awareness of the importance of music to society and encouraging spiritual growth and understanding.

The mission of the Department of Music is to affirm and promote the understanding that musical experience, both sacred and secular, enriches and ennobles the human spirit. To fulfill this mission, the department has adopted two goals:

  • To enable students to become influential leaders in the areas of teaching, performing, research and worship; and to assist them in becoming professionally successful in their chosen fields.
  • To cultivate an enduring appreciation of music and its positive impact upon the human condition by providing significant musical experiences to the college community and beyond.

The Department of Music is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music.

Students enrolled in the music program at Hope College engage in a wide variety of experiences outside the classroom:

  • Directing choirs in area churches
  • Teaching private instrumental lessons
  • Have organized combos and play in area night spots
  • Play in area symphony orchestras

Graduates of the Department of Music have gone on to careers as:

  • Teachers at major universities
  • Hornist in the New York Philharmonic Orchestra
  • Teachers in various elementary and secondary schools
  • Leading baritone in a prominent Eastern opera company
  • Cellist in a French orchestra
  • Staff accompanist at a major university
  • Keyboardist and assistant conductor for Broadway production of Lion King
  • Stage director for Metropolitan Opera Company
  • Leading contralto with Lyric Opera of Chicago
  • Church musicians

Others have pursued careers in recording/sound engineering, arts administration, law, medicine, psychology, film, theater and other fields.

Majors

The Department of Music offers both the Bachelor of Arts with a Major in Music, and the Bachelor of Music degrees. The goals and objectives of these two degrees are somewhat different, but both are designed to provide a strong basis for the study of music.

The Bachelor of Arts degree with a Major in Music is a liberal arts degree which provides the student with basic professional training in music while providing a large number of elective choices, both music and non-music. These electives address the needs and interests of the particular student. This degree is the best choice for a student who is planning a second major outside of music, or desires a combination of study areas that do not merge well with any of the Bachelor of Music curricula. The emphasis of the Bachelor of Arts degree with a Major in Music is on broad coverage of music rather than heavy concentration on any single segment. It emphasizes a broad program of general education rather than intense specialization.

The Bachelor of Music degree is a professional music degree that prepares students for professional music involvement, graduate work in music performance, music teaching at the elementary or secondary level, or a combination of these pursuits. The General Education requirements for this degree are reduced in order to accommodate the depth and breadth of music study expected for this degree. Curricula are structured to provide the highest possible professional development in technical, analytical, historical and pedagogical areas of the major. Students working toward the Bachelor of Music degree may major in performance, jazz performance, vocal music education or instrumental music education.

In partnership with the Hope College Department of Education, the Department of Music offers a teaching major for certification through the State of Michigan. The curricula leading to the Bachelor of Music in Vocal Music Education degree, or the Bachelor of Music in Instrumental Music Education degree, include substantial coursework through the Department of Education. Either degree (vocal or instrumental) leads to K-12 certification upon the student gaining Michigan provisional teacher certification. Students work closely with advisors within the Departments of Music and Education as they plan their coursework.

Students who wish to major in music, following either the Bachelor of Music or the Bachelor of Arts degree programs, should start work in the department in their Freshman year, following the suggested schedule closely. If possible, students should indicate their preference in the application for admission to Hope College. Formal application for majoring takes place at the end of the first semester of study.

Students pursuing the Bachelor of Music degree are also assessed at the end of the fourth semester for entrance to upperclass work.

Students who plan to complete the Bachelor of Music degree in addition to another degree must complete the full B.A./B.S. General Education requirements. Students intending to complete a dual degree in music must consult with the chairperson of the Department of Music, and must expect their studies to require nine or ten semesters of course work.

The departmental standard for progressing through the music curriculum requires that students receive a minimum grade of C in all courses within the major and minor. If that standard is not met, the student must repeat the course in order to complete the requirement.

All students pursuing the Bachelor of Music degree must participate in ensemble work each semester. When the principal instrument is voice or a band/orchestral instrument, the student must enroll in a large ensemble (MUS 115, 116, 117, 120, 130, 133, 135, 140, 150) each semester. Music education majors are excused from this requirement during the semester of student teaching. Students whose principal instrument is piano, organ or guitar must fulfill their ensemble credits through enrollment in any of the large ensembles listed above. During semesters of degree study when they are not enrolled in a large ensemble for credit, they may enroll in MUS 160 or fulfill the ensemble participation requirement by accompanying in the Department of Music in conjunction with course requirements for MUS 177 or 179.

EMPHASIS IN MUSIC THEORY AND HISTORY

Music majors may elect to declare an Emphasis in Music Theory and History. The Emphasis consists of 12 credits of elective courses in music theory and history at the 300 level or above, beyond the requirements for the music major. No more than eight credits of the Emphasis may be chosen from either music theory or music history courses.

Bachelor Of Arts With A Major In Music

General education requirements are the same as general education requirements for all other Bachelor of Arts programs (The Degree Program, General Education Requirements).

Electives (non-music):

  • 12-24 credits

Electives (music):

  • 0-12 credits

Basic Musicianship:

  • MUS 080 – Concert Attendance, six semesters
  • MUS 102 – Perspectives in Music
  • MUS 111, 112, 211, 212 – Theory I, II, III and IV
  • MUS 113, 114, 213, 214 – Aural Skills I, II, III and IV
  • MUS 201, 202 – Eurhythmics
  • MUS 197-198, 297-298, OR 397-398 – Keyboard Skills
  • MUS 321 – Music Literature Before 1700
  • MUS 324 – History and Literature of the Symphony OR
  • MUS 326 – History and Literature of Opera
  • MUS 491 – Seminar in Music

Performance:

  • 8 credits in Applied Major Area (chose one from MUS 161-181)
  • 4 credits in ensembles

Enrollment in applied music must occur in consecutive semesters, and enrollment in ensemble must be concurrent with applied study.

TOTAL CREDITS = 127 credits

Bachelor Of Music In Jazz Performance

GENERAL EDUCATION CURRICULUM:

  • First-Year Seminar
  • Expository Writing
  • One course in Mathematics
  • Science I
  • Cultural Heritage I and II -- fulfilled by taking MUS 321 and MUS 324 or 326
  • Health Dynamics
  • Basic Studies in Religion, plus one upper level course in Religion
  • Second Language – one course at the second semester level
  • Social Science – one 4-credit course
  • Senior Seminar – IDS 400-level course
  • Global Learning - fulfilled by completing MUS 102 (GLI) and MUS 105 (GLD)

Electives: 5-13 credits – must include one course from the following:

  • IDS 171
  • ENG 231, 232
  • HIS 130, 131
  • PHIL 230, 232

Basic Musicianship:

  • MUS 080 – Concert Attendance, eight semesters
  • MUS 102 – Perspectives in Music
  • MUS 111,112,211,212 – Theory I, II, III and IV
  • MUS 113, 114 – Aural Skills I, II
  • MUS 197,198 – Keyboard Skills
  • MUS 324 – History and Literature of the Symphony or MUS 326 – History and Literature of Opera
  • MUS 491 – Seminar in Music
  • MUS 365 – Jazz Literature and Pedagogy

Performance:

24 credits in Applied Major Area

  • Choose one jazz instrument from MUS164, 167, 168, 171, 176, 179, 180, 181
  • 4 credits in ensembles choosen from MUS 135 and 160 – Jazz Chamber Ensemble
  • Students are required to participate in an ensemble each semester

Jazz Studies:

  • MUS 105 – Survey of Jazz
  • MUS 179 – Jazz Piano, 6 credits
  • MUS 361 – Jazz Theory and Improvisation I
  • MUS 363 – Jazz Styles and Analysis
  • MUS 366 – Jazz Composition and Arranging I

Electives:

14 credits chosen from the following courses:

  • MUS 315 – Counterpoint
  • MUS 321 – Music Literature before 1700
  • MUS 341 – Orchestration
  • MUS 345 – Conducting Techniques
  • MUS 362 – Jazz Theory and Improvisation II
  • MUS 367 – Jazz Composition and Arranging II
  • MUS 368 – Recording Arts and Techniques

TOTAL CREDITS = 132 credits

Bachelor Of Music In Performance

General Education Curriculum:

  • First-Year Seminar
  • Expository Writing
  • One course in Mathematics
  • Science I
  • Cultural Heritage I and II –  One of these is fulfilled by completing MUS 321, 324 or 326; the other may be fulfilled with any Cultural Heritage course.
  • Health Dynamics
  • Basic Studies in Religion, plus one upper level course in Religion
  • Second Language – one course at the second semester level
  • Social Science – one 4-credit course
  • Senior Seminar – IDS 400-level course
  • Global Learning - fulfilled by completing MUS 102 (GLI) and any course flagged GLD

Basic Musicianship:

  • MUS 080 – Concert Attendance, eight semesters
  • MUS 102 – Perspectives in Music
  • MUS 111, 112, 211, 212 – Theory I, II, III and IV
  • MUS 113, 114, 213, 214 – Aural Skills I, II, III, IV
  • MUS 197-198, 297-298 or 397-398  – Keyboard Skills
  • MUS 201, 202 - Eurhythmics
  • MUS 321 - Music Literature to 1700
  • MUS 324 – History and Literature of the Symphony or MUS 326 – History and Literature of Opera
  • MUS 341 – Orchestration
  • MUS 345 – Conducting Techniques
  • MUS 491 – Seminar in Music
  • Plus courses in Literature and Pedagogy of the principal applied area.
  • MUS 347, 348 AND 349 – Diction courses are required for voice majors.

Performance:

  • 24 credits in Applied Major Area, choose one from MUS 161-168, 171-175, 177, 179-181
  • 4 credits in Applied Minor Area for organ and piano majors only
  • 4 credits in ensembles. Students are required to enroll in an ensemble each semester

TOTAL CREDITS = 126 credits

Bachelor Of Music In Vocal Music Education

General Education Curriculum:

  • First-Year Seminar
  • Expository Writing
  • IDS 200
  • One course in Mathematics
  • Science I
  • Cultural Heritage I and II – fulfilled by taking MUS 321 and MUS 324 or 326
  • Health Dynamics
  • Basic Studies in Religion, plus one upper level course in Religion
  • Second Language – one course at the second semester level
  • Social Science, fulfilled by taking ED 220, 221 – Educational Psychology/Field Placement
  • Senior Seminar – IDS 400-level course
  • Global Learning - fulfilled by completing IDS 200 (GLD) and MUS 102 (GLI)

Basic Musicianship:

  • MUS 080 – Concert Attendance, seven semesters
  • MUS 102 – Perspectives in Music
  • MUS 111, 112, 211, 212 – Theory I, II, III and IV
  • MUS 113, 114, 213, 214 – Aural Skills I, II, III and IV
  • MUS 201, 202 – Eurhythmics
  • MUS 298* – Keyboard Skills
  • MUS 321 – Music Literature Before 1700
  • MUS 324 – History and Literature of the Symphony or MUS 326 – History and Literature of Opera
  • MUS 491 – Seminar in Music

*Placement in Keyboard Skills Courses is by department exam. MUS 197, 198 and 297 are prerequistes for MUS 298. There is a separate departmental exam fee for each course. Please check with the Registrar’s Office for the current exam fee.

If you are placed in MUS 198, then, upon successful completion of MUS 198 and the payment of the departmental exam fee (for 1 course), you will also be awarded the official credit for MUS 197 (1 credit) on your transcript.

If you are placed in MUS 297, then upon successful completion of MUS 297 and the payment of the departmental exam fees for both MUS 197 and MUS 198 (fee for 2 courses), you will be awarded the official credit for MUS 197 (1 credit) and MUS 297 (1 credit) on your transcript.

If you are placed in MUS 298, then upon successful completion of MUS 298 and the payment of the departmental exam fees for MUS 197, MUS 198 and MUS 297 (fee for 3 courses), you will be awarded the official credit for MUS 197 (1 credit), MUS 198 (1 credit) and MUS 297 (1 credit) on your transcript.

Performance:

  • 14 credits in one Applied Music instrument and a minimum of 4 credits in ensembles
  • Enroll in an ensemble in each of 7 semesters
  • At least four semesters of private studio voice
  • Recital performance either in the junior or senior year with a minimum of 30 minutes of music

Exceptions may be made on an individual basis and must be approved in advance by the head of the music education in consultation with the Department Chair and studio teacher. A student may not perform his/her recital during student teaching- no exceptions.

Music Education (Secondary certification, K-12 endorsement):

  • MUS 300 – Elementary Music Methods
  • MUS 337 – Instruments of the Band and Orchestra I
  • MUS 338 – Instruments of the Band and Orchestra II
  • MUS 345 – Conducting Techniques
  • MUS 355 – Advanced Choral Conducting
  • MUS 376 – Secondary Choral Methods

Professional Education Courses (secondary certification):

  • ED 220, 221 – Educational Psychology/Field Placement
  • ED 225, 226 – Exceptional Child/Field Placement
  • ED 270 – Foundations of Education (when possible, ED 270 should be taken concurrently with either ED 220/221 or ED 225/226)
  • ED 275 – Introduction to Secondary Education and instructional Design (ED 275 must be taken concurrently with another Field Placement. If students take ED 275 concurrently with another field placement, students will not be required to register for ED 276. To fulfill the field placement requirement, when possible, ED 275 should be taken concurrently with either MUS 300 or ED 225/226)
  • ED 285, 286 – Literacy in the Content Area/Field Placement
  • ED 360, 361 – Secondary Principles and Methods/Field Placement
  • ED 500 – Perspectives in Education
  • ED 455 – Student Teaching Seminar
  • ED 485 – Student Teaching in the Elementary and Secondary Schools K-12

TOTAL CREDITS = 132-133 credits

Bachelor Of Music Instrumental Music Education

GENERAL EDUCATION CURRICULUM:

  • First-Year Seminar
  • Expository Writing
  • IDS 200
  • One course in MAT
  • Science I
  • Cultural Heritage I and II -- fulfilled by taking MUS 321 and MUS 324 or 326
  • Health Dynamics
  • Basic Studies in Religion, plus one upper level course in Religion
  • Second Language – one course at the second semester level
  • Social Science – fulfilled by taking ED 220, 221 – Educational Psychology/Field Placement
  • Senior Seminar  – IDS 400-level course
  • Global Learning - fulfilled by completing IDS 200 (GLD) and MUS 102 (GLI)

Basic Musicianship:

  • MUS 080 – Concert Attendance, seven semesters
  • MUS 102 – Perspectives in Music
  • MUS 111, 112, 211, 212 – Theory I, II, III and IV
  • MUS 113, 114, 213, 214 – Aural Skills I, II, III and IV
  • MUS 201, 202 – Eurhythmics
  • MUS 298* – Keyboard Skills
  • MUS 321 – Music Literature Before 1700
  • MUS 324 – History and Literature of the Symphony or MUS 326 – History and Literature of Opera
  • MUS 491 – Seminar in Music

If you are placed in MUS 198, then, upon successful completion of MUS 198 and the payment of the departmental exam fee (fee for 1 course), you will also be awarded the official credit for MUS 197 (1 credit) on your transcript.

If you are placed in MUS 297, then upon successful completion of MUS 297 and the payment of the departmental exam fees for both MUS 197 and MUS 198 (fee for 2 courses), you will be awarded the official credit for MUS 197 (1 credit) and MUS 297 (1 credit) on your transcript.

If you are placed in MUS 298, then upon successful completion of MUS 298 and the payment of the departmental exam fees for MUS 197, MUS 198 and MUS 297 (fee for 3 courses), you will be awarded the official credit for MUS 197 (1 credit), MUS 198 (1 credit) and MUS 297 (1 credit) on your transcript.

Performance:

  • 14 credits in one Applied Music instrument;minimum of 4 credits in ensembles
  • Participation in an ensemble in each of 7 semesters
  • One semester of ensemble participation for credit must be a vocal ensemble
  • Wind/percussion majors are also required to enroll in the Concert Band on a secondary instrument for at least one credit
  • Music Education majors are expected to perform a recital either in the junior or senior year with a minimum of 30 minutes of music

Exceptions may be made on an individual basis and must be approved in advance by the head of the music education in consultation with the Department Chair and studio teacher. A student may not perform his/her recital during student teaching - no exceptions.

Music Education:

  • MUS 300 – Elementary Music Methods
  • MUS 333 – String Methods
  • MUS 336, 340 – Woodwind Methods I and II
  • MUS 339 – Brass Methods
  • MUS 346 – Percussion Methods
  • MUS 345 – Conducting Techniques
  • MUS 356 – Advanced Instrumental Conducting
  • MUS 370 – Secondary Instrumental Methods and Administration

Professional Education Courses:

  • ED 220, 221 – Educational Psychology/Field Placement
  • ED  225, 226 – Exceptional Child/Field Placement
  • ED 270 – Foundations of Education (when possible, ED 270 should be taken concurrently with either ED 220/221 or ED 225/226)
  • ED 275 – Introduction to Secondary Education and instructional Design (ED 275 must be taken concurrently with another Field Placement. If students take ED 275 concurrently with another field placement, students will not be required to register for ED 276. To fulfill the field placement requirement, when possible, ED 275 should be taken concurrently with either MUS 300 or ED 225/226)
  • ED 285, 286 – Literacy in the Content Area/Field Placement
  • ED 360, 361 – Secondary Principles and Methods/Field Placement
  • ED 500 – Perspectives in Education
  • ED 455 – Student Teaching Seminar
  • ED 485 – Student Teaching in the Elementary and Secondary Schools K-12

TOTAL CREDITS = 133-134 credits

Minors

In addition, the Department of Music offers a minor in music, as well as the opportunity for any interested student on campus to enroll in a wide variety of music courses, performance study, and/or ensemble participation.

Jazz Studies

The requirements for the optional minor in jazz studies are as follows:

  • MUS 080, four semesters
  • MUS 111, 112 , 8 credits
  • MUS 113, 114, 2 credits
  • MUS 361, 3 credits
  • MUS 179 – Jazz Piano, 4 credits
  • MUS 102, 4 credits
  • MUS 105, 4 credits

One applied Jazz instrument chosen from

  • MUS 164, 167, 168, 171, 176, 179, 180, 182 - 4-6 credits

Ensembles chosen from

  • MUS 135 and 160 – Jazz Chamber Ensemble, 0-2 credits

TOTAL: 29 credits

Music

The requirements for the optional music minor are as follows:

  • MUS 080, four semesters
  • MUS 111, 112, 8 credits
  • MUS 113, 114, 2 credits
  • MUS 197-198 or 297-298 or 397-398, 2 credits
  • MUS 102, 4 credits

Choice of one Music History Course:

  • MUS 105, 321, 324, 326, 328, 3 or 4 credits

One applied instrument chosen among

  • MUS 161-181, 4-6 credits

Ensemble chosen among

  • MUS 115, 116, 117,120, 130, 133, 135, 140, 150, 0-2 credits

TOTAL: 24-27 credits

Introductory Courses

080. Concert Attendance — Attendance at selected departmental recitals (Thursdays, 11:00 a.m.) and other music events, totaling ten per semester. Four semesters required for music minors, six for B.A. Music, seven for B.Mus. Vocal and/or Instrumental Music Education, eight for B.Mus. Performance and Performance (Jazz). Pass/Fail.
0 Credits | Fall, Spring

101. Introduction to Music — Introduction to the art of listening to music, emphasizing European and American art music from the Middle Ages through the present, with selected examples from jazz, popular, and world music traditions. The course will build tools for active listening and basic musical analysis, but not musical notation or performance skills. In addition to hearing pieces of music as timeless as works of art, students will explore connections between music and its cultural context.
4 Credits | Fall, Spring | The Arts I (FA1)

102. Perspectives in Music — An introduction to music as it is experienced, the historical development of music, and the skills necessary in listening to music from Euro-American Western musical styles to non-Western musical traditions. People listen to music in diverse settings for a range of reasons. This course examines music from a variety of historical eras and cultures through experiences in Western and non-Western music: religious observance; music for the stage (opera and musical theatre): music for dancing: music for singing: music for mourning: music for celebration, inspiration, and commemoration: music for the concert hall: music for the movies: an insight into improvisation. This course is designed for specialists in music and others with an extensive music background – a working knowledge of musical theory and notation is assumed. Required for all music majors and minors.
4 Credits | Spring | The Arts I, Global Learning International (FA1, GLI)

104. World Music — Introduction to the sounds and social activities of musical traditions from around the globe, including Africa, Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and the Americas. Students will develop listening skills and basic vocabulary for describing music, with opportunities for active participation in music-making. The course will explore the evolving roles of music in myth, religion, politics, and economics; the formation of class, ethnic, and gender identities; and the processes of globalization.
4 Credits | Fall, Spring | The Arts I, Global Learning International (FA1, GLI)

105. Survey of American Music (Jazz | Folk | Blues to Pop) — The purpose of the course is to introduce the students to the art of jazz and its related cultural and historical developments. The course will examine the music and its significant figures in a forum that is sensitive to the ethnic and societal underpinnings at the heart of the music. Emphasis will also be placed on the cognitive listening skills necessary to better understand and appreciate this unique American art form. By nature of the topic and its content, this course fulfills a four-credit cultural diversity requirement.
4 Credits | Fall, Spring | The Arts I, Global Learning Domestic (FA1, GLD)

Theoretical/Historical Courses

111. Theory I — This course is the first of four core courses in music theory. The course will include a thorough grounding in music fundamentals and an introduction to diatonic harmony, species counterpoint, musical form, and composition.
4 Credits | Fall

112. Theory II — This course is the second of four courses in the music theory core. The course will continue the study of diatonic harmony, form, species counterpoint, and composition begun in Mus 111 and will also introduce chromatic harmony and modulation.
Prerequisites: Mus 111 with a grade of C or better
4 Credits | Spring

113. Aural Skills I — Required for music majors and minors, this course is designed to equip students with a systematic method of aural perception. The course includes drills, sight singing and melodic and rhythmic dictation. Students may take Mus 111 either prior to enrollment in or concurrently with the class.
Prerequisites: Mus 111
Corequisites: Mus 111
1 Credit | Fall

114. Aural Skills II — A continuation of Mus 113, adding dictation in several parts. Students may take Mus 112 either prior to enrollment in or concurrently with the class.
Prerequisites: Mus 113 with a grade of C or better, Mus 112
Corequisites: Mus 112
1 Credit | Spring

201. Eurhythmics — A course designed to teach musical rhythm through body movement. Linear and contrapuntal rhythms as well as small forms are studied in physical movement through space in order to develop aural awareness, physical and mental alertness, rhythmic coordination, fluidity and expressivity.
.5 Credits | Fall

202. Eurhythmics II — A continuation of Mus 201.
Prerequisites: Mus 201 with a grade of C or better
.5 Credits | Spring

211. Theory III — This course is the third of four courses in the music theory core. The course will continue the study of chromatic harmony, form, and composition begun in Mus 112, and will do so in the context of the analysis of longer musical excerpts and complete pieces.
Prerequisites: Mus 112 with a grade of C or better
4 Credits | Fall

212. Theory IV — This course is the fourth course in the music theory core. The course will focus entirely on 20th- and 21st-century post-tonal music and appropriate theoretic and analytic models.
Prerequisites: Mus 211 with a grade of C or better
4 Credits | Spring

213. Aural Skills III — A continuation of Mus 114. Students may take Mus 211 either prior to enrollment in or concurrently with the class.
Prerequisites: Mus 114 with a grade of C or better, Mus 211
Corequisites: Mus 211
1 Credit | Fall

214. Aural Skills IV — A continuation of Mus 213. Students may take Mus 212 either prior to enrollment in or concurrently with the class.
Prerequisites: Mus 114 with a grade of C or better, Mus 211
Corequisites: Mus 211
1 Credit | Spring

295. Studies in Music — A course offered in response to student and instructor interest. Topics are not generally covered in the regular course listings. Course may be taken multiple times if topics are different.
1-4 Credits | As Needed

297. Intermediate Keyboard Skills — Practical piano training for students who evidence a degree of proficiency. Deals with harmonization, improvisation, transposition, and sight reading techniques. Enrollment in course may be granted by instructor placement.
Prerequisites: Mus 198 with a grade of C or better or placement
1 Credit | Fall

298. Keyboard Skills — A continuation of Mus 297.
Prerequisites: Mus 297 with a grade of C or better
1 Credit | Spring

300. Elementary Music Methods — This course provides an in-depth study of how to teach elementary general music. Students develop and exercise teaching skills for engaging students in pattern instruction, singing, chanting, moving, playing of instruments, and listening activities. Students reflect on their own teaching by intentionally examining pedagogy, materials, and personal resources. Students plan developmentally appropriate elementary general music lesson plans and curricula. Students learn how to evaluate student achievement through the use of appropriate tests and performance measures. Required for both Instrumental and Vocal Music Education majors.
Prerequisites: Sophomore standing or permission of instructor
4 Credits | Fall

315. Counterpoint — A study of the basic techniques of eighteenth century counterpoint using a modified species approach.
Prerequisites: Mus 212 with a grade of C or better
3 Credits | Spring

321. Music Literature Before 1700 — Survey of Western music from the time of the ancient Greeks through the 17th century, including music of the church, court, and theater. Composers to be studied include Hildegard of Bingen, Machaut, Dufay, Josquin, Palestrina, Monteverdi, and Lully.
Prerequisites: Mus 101 or Mus 102 or permission of instructor, Mus 112
4 Credits | Spring

324. History and Literature of the Symphony — This course traces the history of the symphony as a musical genre, from its beginnings in the early 18th century through the 20th. Through close study of several major works, students will gain a deeper understanding of the conventions of symphonic form as established in the 18th century, and adapted by later composers. In addition, students will develop a broad understanding of the changes in musical style during this period, and their relationship to historical, social, and political events. Repertoire will include works by Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Schumann, Mendelssohn, Brahms, Mahler, Bruckner, Webern, Stravinsky, Copland, and Shostakovich. Either Mus 324 or Mus 326 must be completed for any music major curriculum. Students may take Mus 112 either prior to enrollment in or concurrently with the class.
Prerequisites: Mus 101 or Mus 102 or permission of instructor, Mus 112
Corequisites: Mus 112
4 Credits | Fall, Even Years

326. History and Literature of Opera — This course traces the history of opera as a musical genre, from its beginnings in the early 17th century through the 20th. Through close study of several major works, students will gain a deeper understanding of the conventions of various operatic forms, and of approaches to combining music with drama. In addition, students will develop a broad understanding of the changes in musical style during this period, and their relationship to historical, social, and political events. Repertoire will include works by Monteverdi, Handel, Gluck, Mozart, Rossini, Wagner, Verdi, Strauss, Berg, Gershwin, and Glass. Either Mus 324 or Mus 326 must be completed for any music major curriculum. Students may take Mus 211 either prior to enrollment in or concurrently with the class.
Prerequisites: Mus 101 or Mus 102 or permission of instructor, Mus 211
Corequisites: Mus 211
4 Credits | Fall, Odd Years

327. Organ Literature — A survey of the various periods of organ composition, with emphasis upon the study and performance of representative works.
2 Credits | Fall, Odd Years

328. Music in the Church — A study of the nature and meaning of Christian worship; the legacy of temple and synagogue worship; early Christian worship; the worship of the Roman Church; Reformation liturgies; a study of hymnology and a survey of the great music of the church, including the development of the anthem and oratorio.
3 Credits | Fall, Even Years

329. Piano Pedagogy I — Introduces methods and materials used in teaching elementary and intermediate piano for private and class instruction at all age levels. Observation, analysis and supervised student teaching in both the private lesson and classroom are included. Students other than majors may register upon consent of the piano staff.
1 Credit | Fall, Even Years

330. Piano Pedagogy II — A continuation of Mus 329.
1 Credit | Spring, Odd Years

331. Piano Literature I — A survey of piano literature from 1700 to the present day, including listening to and performing representative works. Required of Piano Performance majors and strongly recommended for Instrumental Music Education majors whose principal instrument is piano.
1 Credit | Fall, Odd Years

332. Piano Literature II — A continuation of Mus 331. Required of Piano Performance majors and strongly recommended for Instrumental Music Education majors whose principal instrument is piano.
1 Credit | Spring, Even Years

333. String Methods — A course in the fundamentals of playing and teaching string instruments. Designed primarily for the major.
1 Credit | Spring, Even Years

334. Organ Pedagogy — A study of methodologies for teaching organ, from the beginning through advanced levels. The course may contain individualized practicum experience. Required for Organ Performance majors.
2 Credits | Spring, Even Years

335. Violin/Viola Pedagogy, Literature — A course designed to provide advanced knowledge of the history and repertoire of the violin and viola, the art of teaching the violin and viola, and the appropriate orchestral literature.
3 Credits | Fall, Odd Years

336. Woodwind Methods I & II — A course in the fundamentals of playing and teaching woodwind instruments. Required for Instrumental Music Education majors.
0.5 Credits | Fall, Even Years

337. Instruments of the Band and Orchestra I & II — A course in the fundamentals of playing and teaching the instruments of the band and orchestra, focusing on woodwinds and strings. Required for Vocal Music Education majors.
0.5 Credits | Fall, Even Years

338. Instruments of the Band and Orchestra II — A course in the fundamentals of playing and teaching the instruments of the band and orchestra, focusing on brass and percussion. Required for Vocal Music Education majors.
0.5 Credits | Spring, Odd Years

339. Brass Methods — A course in the fundamentals of playing and teaching brass instruments. Required for instrumental music education majors.
0.5 Credits | Spring, Odd Years

340. Woodwind Methods III & IV — A continuation of Mus 336.
0.5 Credits | Fall, Even Years

341. Orchestration — Principles of scoring and transcription for small and large ensembles based on an understanding of the properties of the instruments of the orchestra. Students will acquire an increased awareness of instrumental timbres through live demonstrations and recordings. Final projects employ Finale and/or Sibelius software.
3 Credits | Fall, Odd Years

345. Conducting Techniques — A practical study of the fundamentals of conducting.
2 Credits | Fall

346. Percussion Methods — A course in the fundamentals of playing and teaching percussion instruments. Required for Instrumental Music Education majors.
1 Credit | Fall, Odd Years

347. Diction for Singers I — A study of the International Phonetic Alphabet and the principles of singing in English and Italian. Recommended for students enrolled in Mus 181. Required for Voice Performance majors.
1 Credit | Spring

348. Diction for Singers II — A study of German diction for singing, incorporating the International Phonetic Alphabet and standard principles for singing in German. Required for Voice Performance majors.
1 Credit | Fall, Even Years

349. Diction for Singers III — A study of French diction for singing, incorporating the International Phonetic Alphabet and standard principles for singing in French. Required for Voice Performance majors.
1 Credit | Fall, Odd Years

350. Service Playing — Instruction in anthem and oratorio accompaniment, conducting from the console, and improvisation. Recommended for Organ Performance majors. One and a half years of organ is highly recommended prior to this course.
2 Credits | Spring, Odd Years

351. Voice Literature — Required for Voice Performance majors; recommended for Vocal Music Education majors. A survey of standard solo voice literature. Guided independent work will require approximately 2-3 hours weekly outside of class.
2 Credits | Spring, Odd Years

352. Voice Pedagogy — Required for Voice Performance majors and strongly recommended forVocal Music Education majors. The physiology and functioning of the singing voice, and approaches to developing healthy vocal technique in solo singers, including sample student teaching and classroom analysis.
2 Credits | Fall, Even Years

353. Literature and Pedagogy — A course designed to provide advanced knowledge of the history and repertoire of the specified instrument, the art of teaching the specified instrument, and the appropriate orchestral literature. Offered for the following instruments: flute (353-01), oboe (353-02), clarinet (353-03), saxophone (353-04), bassoon (353-05), horn (353-06), trumpet (353-07), trombone (353-08), percussion (353-09), harp (353-10), cello (353-11), guitar (353-12). The course/section corresponding to the primary instrument is required for Performance majors in these instruments.
3 Credits | As Needed

355. Advanced Choral Conducting — A course designed to further the study of conducting technique begun in Mus 345, with special attention to choral music. Required for Vocal Music Education majors.
2 Credits | Spring

356. Advanced Instrumental Conducting — This course is designed to further the study of conducting technique begun in Mus 345, with special attention to band and orchestral music. Required for Instrumental Music Education majors.
2 Credits | Spring, Odd Years

361. Theory and Improvisation I — The purpose of the course is to introduce the student to the art of improvisation. Through performance and the study of theory, composition, history, solos, and piano, the student will acquire a basic knowledge of improvisation in a variety of styles.
3 Credits | Fall

362. Theory and Improvisation II — The purpose of the course is to continue the skill building process established in Mus 361. This course will introduce the student to advanced techniques and practices of improvisation in a variety of styles. The course will cover tune/solo analysis as well as developing a more definitive concept of chord/scale relationships. A variety of contemporary performance practices will be discussed, including the use of synthetic scales, free improvisation, and advanced stylistic performance practice.
Prerequisites: Mus 361
3 Credits | Spring

363. Styles and Analysis — The course offers students the opportunity to study the stylistic traits of the seminal figures in music history. This process is intended to enrich the musical growth of each student in a manner that will facilitate the development of a personal mode of study that will sustain itself for years to come. Immersed within the historical context of the student's stylistic area of study, the student will gain an understanding for the lineage, language, and stylistic developments within their chosen area of emphasis.
3 Credits | As Needed

365. Literature and Pedagogy (Jazz | Folk | Contemporary) — This course is designed for the student to develop and demonstrate an understanding of the basic materials, systems, and philosophies related to the teaching of the student's area of emphasis. The course will place an emphasis on the pedagogy and literature of teaching of jazz, folk, or contemporary music at the secondary and college levels.
3 Credits | As Needed

366. Composition and Arranging I — The purpose of the course is to acquaint the student with the notational practices, instruments, basic theoretical and technical skills, and historical stylistic perspectives necessary to begin successfully arranging and composing a small ensemble. The course is designed to develop arranging and/or compositional skills in the student's chosen area of emphasis through the study of orchestration and harmonic and melodic practices. Upon completing the reading, listening, and score analysis assignments, students will score several fully realized compositions. All music will be performed and recorded.
3 Credits | Fall

367. Composition and Arranging II — The purpose of the course is to continue the skill building process established in Mus 366. The course will expose students to more advanced concepts of composition and arranging in the student's area of emphasis. All music will be performed and recorded.
3 Credits | Spring

368. Recording Arts and Techniques — The course serves as an introduction to the art of recording. A familiarity will be gained with the instrumentation and techniques utilized in the capturing and reproduction of sound. The physics and concepts involved with the many aspects of sound and sound reproduction will be discussed. Additionally, the concepts and techniques involved in analog, digital and MIDI technology will be essential components of the course. Students will receive hands-on training in the recording arts laboratory and piano/technology laboratory.
2 Credits | Fall

370. Secondary Instrumental Methods and Administration — The purpose of this course is to develop techniques and skills for teaching instrumental music in the secondary school. This course addresses: teaching instrumental performing groups, creating concept lesson plans, choosing appropriate literature, building public relations. Other topics include school music performances, discipline, recruitment, evaluations, budgeting, non-performance classes, and political/social issues pertinent to the music classroom. Required for Instrumental Music Education majors.
4 Credits | Fall, Odd Years

376. Secondary Choral Methods — This course provides an in-depth study of how to teach secondary choral music. Students develop and exercise teaching skills in the choral conducting context. Students reflect on their own teaching by intentionally examining pedagogy, materials, and personal resources. Students develop a philosophical basis for teaching; explore teaching as imagination; examine relevant developmental, social, and vocal issues in the secondary choral classroom; and experiment with various teaching transactions, including vocal warm-ups, sight-reading, teaching from the keyboard, and rehearsal of repertoire. Required for Vocal Music Education majors.
4 Credits | Spring

393. Studies in Music Theory — Advanced studies at the upperclass level in music theory analysis, focusing on a particular analytic technique, musical parameter, critical approach, or repertory. Topics vary from year to year.
Prerequisites: Mus 212 with a grade of C or better
2-4 Credits | As Needed

394. Studies in Music History — Advanced studies at the upperclass level in music history, focusing on a particular period, composer, critical approach, or repertory. Topics vary from year to year. May be repeated for credit.
Prerequisites: Mus 102 with a grade of C or better, Mus 212 with a grade of C or better
2-4 Credits | Spring

395. Studies in Music — A course offered in response to student and instructor interest. Topics are not generally covered in the regular course listings. Course may be taken multiple times if topics are different.
1-4 Credits | As Needed

397. Keyboard Skills for Piano and Organ Students — Open to students whose major instrument is piano or organ, or who possess comparable keyboard skill. Emphasis on harmonization, score reading, sight-reading transposition, and improvisation. May be taken twice for credit.
Prerequisites: Department exam
1 Credit | Fall

398. Keyboard Skills for Piano and Organ Students — A continuation of Mus 397.
Prerequisites: Mus 397 with a grade of C or better
1 Credit | Spring

490. Independent Study — This course is designed to give students majoring in music an opportunity to do research in a field of music history or theory in which they have a particular interest. The student will submit a formal application which must be approved by the music chairperson.
Prerequisites: Permission of chairperson
1-4 Credits | Fall, Spring

491. Seminar in Music — A required capstone music course designed to allow students to investigate specialized topics in music, including historical, analytical, and pedagogical. Each student designs and carries out an independent project culminating in a 20-page senior paper, and public presentation of the project. Students may take Mus 324 or Mus 326 either prior to enrollment in or concurrently with the class.
Prerequisites: Mus 321, Mus 324 or Mus 326
Corequisites: : Mus 324 or Mus 326
2 Credits | Fall

493. Studies in Music Theory — Advanced studies at the senior level in music theory analysis, focusing on a particular analytic technique, musical parameter, critical approach, or repertory. Topics vary from year to year. May be repeated for credit.
Prerequisites: Mus 212 with a grade of C or better
2-4 Credits | As Needed

494. Studies in Music History — Advanced studies at the senior level in music history, focusing on a particular period, composer, critical approach, or repertory. Topics vary from year to year. May be repeated for credit.
Prerequisites: Mus 102 with a grade of C or better, Mus 212 with a grade of C or better
2-4 Credits | As Needed

495. Studies in Music — A lecture or class in a special topic for music majors.
1-4 Credits | As Needed

Applied Music Courses

161. Flute — Private instruction. Available to all students from beginners to advanced. Audition required with professor prior to placement. Additional course fee. Declared music education majors must register for a specific section.
2-3 Credits | Fall, Spring | ADDITIONAL COURSE FEE, The Arts II (+FEE, FA2)

162. Oboe — Private instruction. Available to all students from beginners to advanced. Audition required with professor prior to placement. Additional course fee. Declared music education majors must register for a specific section.
2-3 Credits | Fall, Spring | ADDITIONAL COURSE FEE, The Arts II (+FEE, FA2)

163. Clarinet — Private instruction. Available to all students from beginners to advanced. Audition required with professor prior to placement. Additional course fee. Declared music education majors must register for a specific section.
2-3 Credits | Fall, Spring | ADDITIONAL COURSE FEE, The Arts II (+FEE, FA2)

164. Saxophone — Private instruction. Available to all students from beginners to advanced. Audition required with professor prior to placement. Additional course fee. Declared music education majors must register for a specific section.
2-3 Credits | Fall, Spring | ADDITIONAL COURSE FEE, The Arts II (+FEE, FA2)

165. Bassoon — Private instruction. Available to all students from beginners to advanced. Audition required with professor prior to placement. Additional course fee. Declared music education majors must register for a specific section.
2-3 Credits | Fall, Spring | ADDITIONAL COURSE FEE, The Arts II (+FEE, FA2)

166. Horn — Private instruction. Available to all students from beginners to advanced. Audition required with professor prior to placement. Additional course fee. Declared music education majors must register for a specific section.
2-3 Credits | Fall, Spring | ADDITIONAL COURSE FEE, The Arts II (+FEE, FA2)

167. Trumpet — Private instruction. Available to all students from beginners to advanced. Audition required with professor prior to placement. Additional course fee. Declared music education majors must register for a specific section.
2-3 Credits | Fall, Spring | ADDITIONAL COURSE FEE, The Arts II (+FEE, FA2)

168. Trombone — Private instruction. Available to all students from beginners to advanced. Audition required with professor prior to placement. Additional course fee. Declared music education majors must register for a specific section.
1-3 Credits | Fall, Spring | ADDITIONAL COURSE FEE, The Arts II (+FEE, FA2)

169. Baritone — Private instruction. Available to all students from beginners to advanced. Audition required with professor prior to placement. Additional course fee. Declared music education majors must register for a specific section.
1-3 Credits | Fall, Spring | ADDITIONAL COURSE FEE, The Arts II (+FEE, FA2)

170. Tuba/Euphonium — Private instruction. Available to all students from beginners to advanced. Audition required with professor prior to placement. Additional course fee. Declared music education majors must register for a specific section.
1-3 Credits | Fall, Spring | ADDITIONAL COURSE FEE, The Arts II (+FEE, FA2)

171. Percussion — Private instruction. Available to all students from beginners to advanced. Audition required with professor prior to placement. Additional course fee. Declared music education majors must register for a specific section.
1-3 Credits | Fall, Spring | ADDITIONAL COURSE FEE, The Arts II (+FEE, FA2)

172. Harp — Private instruction. Available to all students from beginners to advanced. Audition required with professor prior to placement. Additional course fee. Declared music education majors must register for a specific section.
1-3 Credits | Fall, Spring | ADDITIONAL COURSE FEE, The Arts II (+FEE, FA2)

173. Violin — Private instruction. Available to all students from beginners to advanced. Audition required with professor prior to placement. Additional course fee. Declared music education majors must register for a specific section.
1-3 Credits | Fall, Spring | ADDITIONAL COURSE FEE, The Arts II (+FEE, FA2)

174. Viola — Private instruction. Available to all students from beginners to advanced. Audition required with professor prior to placement. Additional course fee. Declared music education majors must register for a specific section.
1-3 Credits | Fall, Spring | ADDITIONAL COURSE FEE, The Arts II (+FEE, FA2)

175. Cello — Private instruction. Available to all students from beginners to advanced. Audition required with professor prior to placement. Additional course fee. Declared music education majors must register for a specific section.
1-3 Credits | Fall, Spring | ADDITIONAL COURSE FEE, The Arts II (+FEE, FA2)

176. String Bass — Private instruction. Available to all students from beginners to advanced. Audition required with professor prior to placement. Additional course fee. Declared music education majors must register for a specific section.
1-3 Credits | Fall, Spring | ADDITIONAL COURSE FEE, The Arts II (+FEE, FA2)

177. Organ — Private instruction. Available to all students from beginners to advanced. Audition required with professor prior to placement. Additional course fee. Declared music education majors must register for a specific section.
1-3 Credits | Fall, Spring | ADDITIONAL COURSE FEE, The Arts II (+FEE, FA2)

178. Harpsichord — Private instruction. Available to all students from beginners to advanced. Audition required with professor prior to placement. Additional course fee. Declared music education majors must register for a specific section.
1-3 Credits | Fall, Spring | The Arts II (FA2)

179. Piano — Private instruction. Available to all students from beginners to advanced. Audition required with professor prior to placement. Additional course fee. Declared music education majors must register for a specific section.
1-3 Credits | Fall, Spring | ADDITIONAL COURSE FEE, The Arts II (+FEE, FA2)

180. Guitar — Private instruction. Available to all students from beginners to advanced. Audition required with professor prior to placement. Additional course fee. Declared music education majors must register for a specific section.
2-3 Credits | Fall, Spring | ADDITIONAL COURSE FEE, The Arts II (+FEE, FA2)

181. Voice — Private instruction. Available to all students from beginners to advanced. Audition required with professor prior to placement. Additional course fee. Declared music education majors must register for a specific section.
2-3 Credits | Fall, Spring | ADDITIONAL COURSE FEE, The Arts II (+FEE, FA2)

182. Jazz and Contemporary Voice — Private instruction. Available to all students from beginners to advanced. Emphasis is placed on American musical idioms (Jazz, Popular, and Contemporary). Additional course fee.
2-3 Credits | Fall, Spring | ADDITIONAL COURSE FEE, The Arts II (+FEE, FA2)

186. Classical Guitar Class, Beginning — Open to all students. A classical (nylon-string) guitar is required. The student shall learn the elements of notation, holding position, left and right hand techniques, the notes in the first position, and be able to play early preludes and etudes. A foundation course for further private study.
2 Credits | Fall, Spring | The Arts II (FA2)

187. Folk-Style Guitar Methods — Open to all students. The student shall learn basic major, minor and 7th chords, strumming and finger picking techniques, bar chords and how to read tablature. These techniques, using folk song repertoire, will be used to accompany the singing voice. Complete in one semester.
2 Credits | Fall, Spring | The Arts II (FA2)

188. Applied Composition — Individualized instruction.
2-3 Credits | As needed

189. Applied Computer Music — Individualized instruction.
2-3 Credits | As needed

190. Piano Class, Beginning — Open to all students who are beginning piano study, with the exception of piano majors to whom it is closed entirely. Limited to four credits total.
2 Credits | Fall, Spring | The Arts II (FA2)

192. Beginning Voice Class — This course is intended for students with little or no prior singing experience. We will focus on understanding and improving vocal technique, sight-singing, creating healthy practice habits, gaining confidence in front of a group, and acquiring a personal appreciation for the art of singing.
2 Credits | Fall, Spring | The Arts II (FA2)

193. Voice Class, Intermediate — This course will focus on contemporary musical theatre and commercial music. Students study and explore vocal technique, styles, and performance practices in a wide range of commercial music. Students will gain an understanding of their own vocal technique as it pertains to contemporary styles and genres.
2 Credits | Fall, Spring | The Arts II (FA2)

197. Keyboard Skills IA — Designed for students with little piano background; beginning repertoire, scales, studies are covered, as well as elementary harmonization, improvisation and other functional skills.
1 Credit | Fall

198. Keyboard Skills IB — A continuation of Mus 197.
Prerequisites: Mus 197 with a grade of C or better
1 Credit | Spring

Ensemble Courses

115. Chapel Choir — The Chapel Choir is an ensemble of approximately 60 voices. Membership is open to sophomores, juniors and seniors by audition. The choir is dedicated to the performance of the finest sacred and secular choral music of the past five centuries. This ensemble participates in Christmas Vespers concerts and presents numerous on and off campus concerts during the year including an annual spring break tour. Auditions are held in April for the following year's membership.
0-1 Credits | Fall, Spring | The Arts II (FA2)

116. College Chorus — The Chorus is open to all students without audition. Choral literature spanning five centuries is rehearsed twice weekly. The Chorus participates in the annual Christmas Vespers concerts with the Chapel Choir in the fall semester and presents its own concert in the spring semester.
0-1 Credits | Fall, Spring | The Arts II (FA2)

117. Women’s Chamber Choir — The Choir is open to all women by audition. The ensemble explores choral literature for treble voices.
0-1 Credits | Fall, Spring | The Arts II (FA2)

120. Orchestra — By audition, offers music majors and non-majors alike the opportunity to perform major works from the standard orchestra repertoire. Members are assigned parts as appropriate. The core members of the Hope College Orchestra constitute the Hope College Symphonette, which tours both nationally and internationally, and performs at the Christmas Vespers.
0-1 Credits | Fall, Spring | The Arts II (FA2)

130. Wind Ensemble — An ensemble of 35-50 players open to music majors and non-majors by audition, which performs standard band literature as well as utilizing the concept of one player per part. Performs two-three concerts per semester on campus as well as tours every other year.
0-1 Credits | Fall, Spring | The Arts II (FA2)

133. Concert Band — A full band open to all students, the Concert Band rehearses and performs standard repertoire and allows Music Education students to work on secondary instruments and rehearsal techniques. The Concert Band is open to community musicians. Wind, brass, and percussion Music Education majors are expected to participate every semester starting sophomore year. String Education majors are expected to participate starting their junior year.
0-1 Credits | Fall, Spring | The Arts II (FA2)

135. Jazz Arts Collective — The Jazz Arts Collective is the premier large jazz ensemble at Hope College. The Collective places a creative focus on ensemble communication and improvisation. Comprised of a flexible instrumentation, this select group performs compositions and arrangements from across the full spectrum of music. The Collective’s repertoire ranges from the great historical jazz composers such as Duke Ellington and Charles Mingus, to works by modern jazz masters like Vince Mendoza, Jim McNeely and John Hollenbeck. The group also frequently performs commissions, works by emerging young composers, and originals by Hope College faculty and students. The ensemble also collectively reinterprets and re-imagines the music from the 20th century classical repertoire.
0-1 Credits | Fall, Spring | The Arts II (FA2)

140. Collegium Musicum - Vocal — The Collegium is a chamber ensemble open to all students by audition. Annual performances include a Madrigal Dinner in December featuring music from the Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque periods. Auditions are held during the first week of each semester. Collegium will also serve as a conducting practicum for all vocal music education majors the semester after they successfully complete Mus 355.
0-1 Credits | Fall | The Arts II (FA2)

155. Opera Workshop — A workshop involving stage movement, acting and singing in the context of opera or musical drama. All students will participate in scenes or full productions.
0-1 Credits | Spring | The Arts II (FA2)

160. Chamber Ensembles — Various faculty members coach chamber ensembles in classical, jazz and folk repertory.
0-.5 Credits | Fall, Spring | The Arts II (FA2)

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