Subject: Music Applied
Credit units: 3
Offered: Term 1 only
College: Arts and Science
Department: Music


Private instrument lessons given weekly in which emphasis is on primarily solo literature, advancement of technique, and development of interpretation and comprehension. In addition to studio coursework, all students are required to present a jury at the end of the semester. The instructor may arrange a studio masterclass to assist students to prepare for the recital/jury.

Prerequisite(s): MUAP 345 (with a grade of 80% or higher) MUS 221; MUS 234; and MUS 250 or MUS 255; or permission of the department.
Note: Available to Performance Music Majors only. If a student in the Performance Stream receives a grade below 80%, that student will be automatically placed on probation for the next sequential MUAP course. If 80% or greater is not achieved for the second time (or any other future MUAP course) that student, upon notification, will be transferred into the Individualized Stream. Students may have credit for only one of MUAP 433 and MUAP 443.
Note: In the event a student receives a failing grade in any private study course (MUAP 143, 145, 243, 245, 333, 343, 335, 345, 433, 443, 435, 445, 453 or 455), that student may re-take it only once.

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