MUSC 411 (2)
Designed for vocal performers, choral conductors, vocal instructors, and other professionals working in the discipline of voice. Examines scientific methodology, research in vocal development and the practice of vocal art to inform the vocal pedagogue in the areas of solo vocal performance, choral work as well as therapeutic and other professional uses of the voice. Students will learn about vocal anatomy, acoustic properties of sound, and pedagogical strategies for vocal instruction for beginner, intermediate and advanced vocalists. Prerequisite: Music Major (Voice) in their 3rd or 4th year or permission from instructor.
Course Code: MUSC 411 | Credit Hours: 2 | Undergraduate Course