Studio Instruction - General (1-hr) I

Faculty
Language, Literature & Performing Arts
Department
Music
Course Code
MUSC 1152
Credits
3.00
Semester Length
15 weeks
Max Class Size
N/A
Method Of Instruction
Tutorial
Typically Offered
To be determined
Campus
New Westminster

Overview

Course Description
For students studying an instrument or voice: Private and group instruction on the interpretation and performance of repertoire and technique.
For students studying composition: The development of the student’s compositional voice will be guided on an individual basis.
Course Content

For students studying an instrument or voice:

  1. Technique: Students will work on technique appropriate to their instrument and to their level and ability, through the assignment of studies, etudes and/or exercises by the instructor.
  2. Repertoire: Will be assigned by the instructor at a level appropriate to the student's level and ability.
  3. Sight Reading exercises: May be assigned by the instructor at a level appropriate to the student's level and ability.  
  4. Other Materials: May be introduced at the discretion of the instructor.
  5. Performance: Performance is not mandatory, though students will have the opportunity to perform in student recitals and studio pod classes.

For students studying composition:

  1. Techniques for the development of compositional skills and artistic judgment through the writing of assigned sketches and shorter pieces in a variety of selected styles and instrumental/vocal genres.
  2. The completion, preparation and performance of one composition of approximately 3-6 minutes in duration.
  3. Presentation in at least one composition studio pod class.
Methods Of Instruction

The student will receive one hour of private instruction per week for 11 weeks and 6 hours per semester of studio pod (group) instruction.

 

Means of Assessment

Grades will be allotted by the instructor on the basis of weekly progress in the various aspects of the course, and on performance level exhibited over the course of the semester.  The instructor and student will discuss the student’s progress and performance level at regular intervals (minimum three times) during the semester, so that the student is aware of his/her current standing and what is expected.  No single evaluation will be worth more than 40% of the final grade (please see Douglas College’s evaluation policy). The following is a sample grade breakdown:

 

25%     Technical progress

25%     Musicianship progress

30%     Technical and musical performance level

20%     Attitude and effort

100%   Total

 

Up to 10% of the total mark will be deducted for unfulfilled participation. The following explains the grading calculation:

    • 1% is deducted for each absence from the Arts at One concert series.
    • 1% is deducted for each hour of absence from studio pod classes.
    • 1% is added for each performance and/or accompaniment. This addition will only offset marks that have been deducted. 
    Learning Outcomes

    The successful performance student will be able to interpret and perform repertoire of an appropriate level, and demonstrate technical requirements as outlined in the Course Content.

    The successful composition student will be able to demonstrate compositional skills as outlined in the Course Content.

    Textbook Materials

    The instructor will recommend suitable materials.

    Requisites

    Prerequisites

    Acceptance into one of the following programs: Music Diploma, Music Technology, or Foundation for Music Therapy Studies.

    Corequisites

    Full-time status in one of the following programs: Music Diploma, Music Technology, or Foundation for Music Therapy Studies, and at least 1 credit from: MUSC 1140, 1240, 2340, 2440, 3140, 3240, 4140, 4240, 1130, 1230, 2330, 2430, 3130, 3230, 4130, 4230, 1144, 1244, 2344, 2444, 3144, 3244, 4144, 4244, 1135, 1235, 1145, 1245 , 1137, 1237, 2337, 2437, 3137, 3237, 4137, 4237, 1177, 1277, 2177, 2277, 1184, 1284, 2384, 2484, 1185, 1285, 2385, 2485, 1113 or 1213.

    Equivalencies

    None

    Requisite for

    Course Guidelines

    Course Guidelines for previous years are viewable by selecting the version desired. If you took this course and do not see a listing for the starting semester / year of the course, consider the previous version as the applicable version.

    Course Transfers

    Institution Transfer Details Effective Dates
    Capilano University (CAPU) CAPU PMI 150 (1) 2017/09/01 to -
    Coast Mountain College (CMTN) No credit 2017/09/01 to -
    College of the Rockies (COTR) No credit 2017/09/01 to -
    Coquitlam College (COQU) No credit 2017/09/01 to -
    Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU) KPU MUSI 1157 (2) 2018/09/01 to -
    Northern Lights College (NLC) No credit 2017/09/01 to -
    Simon Fraser University (SFU) SFU GE 1XX (3) 2017/09/01 to -
    University of British Columbia - Okanagan (UBCO) No credit 2017/09/01 to -
    University of British Columbia - Vancouver (UBCV) DOUG MUSC 1152 (3) & DOUG MUSC 1252 (3) = UBCV MUSC 182 (4) 2017/09/01 to -
    University of Northern BC (UNBC) No credit 2017/09/01 to -
    University of Victoria (UVIC) UVIC MUS 1XX (1.5) 2017/09/01 to -
    Vancouver Island University (VIU) Individual audition required. 2017/09/01 to -

    Course Offerings

    Winter 2021

    CRN
    Days
    Dates
    Start Date
    End Date
    Instructor
    Status
    Location
    15668
    Tue Thu
    04-Jan-2021
    - 12-Apr-2021
    04-Jan-2021
    12-Apr-2021
    Palmer
    James
    Open
    New Westminster
    MUSC 1152 001 is restricted to Music program students. Registration by permission of Music Coordinator Only. Reserved for recitals and master classes: Actual lesson time TBA.

    This section is offered in a hybrid format. It includes both online components and in-person on campus activities. Check Blackboard and your Douglas College email for specific details about on-campus dates. The instructor will provide advance notice of the dates of on-campus activities.
    Max
    Enrolled
    Remaining
    Waitlist
    40
    0
    40
    0
    Days
    Building
    Room
    Time
    Tue Thu
    New Westminster - North Bldg.
    N3285
    12:30 - 14:20