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About Music 510

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Course Description

Concentrated study of band literature through analysis and conducting.

 

Course Outcomes:

Identify and describe elements of form, rhythm, melody, harmony, texture, dynamics, timbres, style and phrasing in a variety of band or orchestral scores.

Describe the evolution of various large scale instrumental forms and trace the development of the styles and composition techniques in band history--while citing research sources for adding to that information.

List significant composers for the instrumental genres of band or orchestra music and name their most prominent works--while citing research sources for additional information.

Video

Dec 26, 2011

Performance of "Sleigh Ride" by the 2011 Timpview Symphonic Band during the Timpview Band Christmas Concert, Dec. 13, 2011; Timpview High School Auditorium, Provo UT; also accompanied by the arrival onstage of Santa and Mrs. Claus; Brian Parker, BYU Student Teacher, directing.

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Myrna Layton
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