APST 222 - Sacred Music Skills
Next Offered: Spring 2015, Spring 2017, Spring 2019
Semester Offered: Second Semester (Alternate Years)
Credits: 2 Credits
Second semester of a one-year course having an emphasis on skills necessary to become a successful church/synagogue musician. Units include historical and modern church music history, the role of the organist in the modern synagogue, hymnology, liturgy and worship styles, creative hymn playing, chant, accompanying, sight-reading, transposition, basic skills in improvisation, conducting from the console, rehearsal techniques, basic sacred choral repertoire, and church music administration.
Enrollment Limit: 40
Instructor: J. Moyer
Consent of the Instructor Required: No
Prerequisites & Notes: Open to organ majors.
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