Courses

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MPP219: Opera Performance (Fall 2022)
Gabriel Crouch

This is a workshop course, taught by conductor Gabriel Crouch and director Mark deChiazza, focusing on the new opera Olagón, composed by Dan Trueman with text by Paul Muldoon.

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MPP219: Opera Performance (Spring 2022)
Gabriel Crouch

DIDO REIMAGINED - Purcell's Dido and Aeneas, and Errollyn Wallen's Dido's Ghost

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MPP231: Princeton University Steel Band (Fall 2020)
Josh Quillen

The PU Steel Band course will focus on the history and performance practice surrounding the steel drum band and its traditional musics from Trinidad and Tobago.

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MPP231: Princeton University Steel Band (Fall 2021)
Josh Quillen

The course will teach students the basics of playing the steel drum as well as delve deeply into the historical context behind the development of the steel drum as the national instrument of Trinidad and Tobago.

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MPP231: Princeton University Steel Band (Fall 2022)
Josh Quillen

The course will teach students the basics of playing the steel drum as well as delve deeply into the historical context behind the development of the steel drum as the national instrument of Trinidad and Tobago.

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MPP231: Princeton University Steel Band (Spring 2021)
Josh Quillen

The course will teach students the basics of playing the steel drum as well as delve deeply into the historical context behind the development of the steel drum as the national instrument of Trinidad and Tobago.

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MPP231: Princeton University Steel Band (Spring 2022)
Josh Quillen

The Princeton University Steel Band is a performance ensemble focusing on the music of Trinidad and Tobago.

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MPP251: Jazz Fundamentals (Spring 2022)

This 12-week performance course is designed to give you the musical tools you will need to build a foundation in jazz improvisation.

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MPP252: Jazz Fundamentals II (Fall 2022)

This 12-week performance course builds on MPP 251 to work toward fluency in the language of jazz and the navigation of standard song forms through the study of classic improvisations.

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MPP298: Independent Instruction in Voice or Instrument (Non-credit) (Fall 2020)
Ralph Bowen
Martha Elliott
Rochelle K. Ellis
Francine Kay
David Kellett
Sarah Pelletier
Michael Pratt
Jo-Ann Sternberg
Jessica Thompson
Nancy Wilson
Eric Wyrick

Independent instruction in voice or instrument is an intensive immersion in all aspects of recreating music for performance.

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MPP298: Independent Instruction in Voice or Instrument (Non-credit) (Fall 2021)
Kevin Deas
Martha Elliott
Rochelle K. Ellis
Jacqueline Horner-Kwiatek
Francine Kay
David Kellett
Alberto Parrini
Matthew Parrish
Sarah Pelletier
Michael Pratt
Barbara Rearick
Jo-Ann Sternberg
Jessica Thompson

Independent instruction in voice or instrument is an intensive immersion in all aspects of recreating music for performance.

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MPP298: Independent Instruction in Voice or Instrument (Non-credit) (Fall 2022)
Christopher Arneson
Martha Elliott
Jack Hill
Jacqueline Horner-Kwiatek
Margaret Kampmeier
Francine Kay
Christopher Komer
Sunghae Anna Lim
Alberto Parrini
Barbara Rearick
Trineice Robinson-Martin
Jessica Thompson

Independent instruction in voice or instrument is an intensive immersion in all aspects of recreating music for performance.

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MPP299: Independent Instruction in Voice or Instrument (Spring 2021)
Ronald Cappon
Martha Elliott
Rochelle K. Ellis
Francine Kay
David Kellett
Jo-Ann Sternberg
Jessica Thompson
Nancy Wilson
Eric Wyrick

Independent instruction in voice or instrument is an intensive immersion in all aspects of recreating music for performance.

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MPP299: Independent Instruction in Voice or Instrument (Spring 2022)
Kevin Deas
Martha Elliott
Rochelle K. Ellis
Jacqueline Horner-Kwiatek
David Kellett
Alberto Parrini
Matthew Parrish
Sarah Pelletier
Michael Pratt
Jo-Ann Sternberg
Jessica Thompson

Independent instruction in voice or instrument is an intensive immersion in all aspects of recreating music for performance.

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MTD335: Actor-Musicianship (Fall 2022)

A practical class. This is a workshop based class for those interested in multi-skilled performance and in how performance skills can illuminate new forms of theatre making.

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MTD335: Development of the Multi-Skilled Performer (Fall 2017)

A practical class. This is a workshop based class for those interested in multi-skilled performance and in how performance skills can illuminate new forms of theatre making.

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MTD417: Musical Theater Writing II (Spring 2022)

This upper level musical theater writing course will delve into the creation of new musical works for the stage, with an emphasis on music as an essential dramatic language.

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MUS103: Introduction to Music (Fall 2016)
Simon A. Morrison

Music 103 is an introduction to Western Art Music (works from 1100 to the present). The course defines the basic elements of music - pitch, rhythm, melody, harmony, and form - and the historically significant styles and genres of composition.

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MUS103: Introduction to Music (Fall 2017)
Rob Wegman

Music 103 is an introduction to Western Art Music (works from 1100 to the present). The course defines the basic elements of music - pitch, rhythm, melody, harmony, and form - and the historically significant styles and genres of composition.

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MUS103: Introduction to Music (Fall 2020)
Rob Wegman

MUS 103 is an introduction to Western art music, featuring works from around 800 to the mid-20th century.

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MUS103: Introduction to Music (Spring 2019)
Rob Wegman

MUS 103 is an introduction to Western art music, featuring works from around 800 to the mid-20th century.

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MUS103: Introduction to Music (Spring 2020)
Rob Wegman

MUS 103 is an introduction to Western art music, featuring works from around 800 to the mid-20th century.

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MUS103: Introduction to Western Music (Fall 2021)
Simon A. Morrison

MUS 103 is an introduction to Western music, involving works from around 1200 to the present.

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MUS103: Introduction to Western Music (Spring 2022)
Simon A. Morrison

MUS 103 is an introduction to "Western" music, involving works from around 1200 to the present.

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MUS104: When Music Is Made (Fall 2017)
Donnacha Dennehy

An introduction to the fundamentals of music theory through exercises in melody, harmony, composition, ear-training, transcription, instrumentation and analysis. A variety of music will be studied.