Program Director

Dr. Paul Louth
Bliss Hall
(330) 941-3636
jplouth@ysu.edu

Program Description

Master’s degrees are offered in music education, music performance, music history, music the­ory/composition, and jazz studies through the Dana School of Music, which was founded in War­ren, Ohio, in 1869 as Dana’s Musical Institute. A member of the National Association of Schools of Music, Dana currently enrolls 300 undergraduate and graduate students. The Dana School of Music is designated an All-Steinway School, featuring 68 Steinway pianos in addition to six mechanical action organs, two harpsichords, an electronic music laboratory, and 80 acoustically treated practice rooms, all housed in the $6 million Bliss Hall. In addition, the University library contains a large music section, especially notable for its collected and scholarly editions, while the Multimedia Center holds several thousand recordings, and practical edition scores.

Admission Requirements

Applicants for admission to graduate study in the Master of Music degree must present a baccalaureate degree in music from an accredited college or university. Admission requires a cumulative undergraduate grade point average of at least 2.7 (on a 4.0 scale). Students with less than a 2.7 average must provide satisfactory scores on the aptitude portion of the Graduate Record Examination. Upon admission and before the end of the first semester of graduate study, each student must take a placement examination in music history and music theory. Failure to do so will result in an addition of six semester hours (three semester hours in music theory, three semester hours in music history) to the 32-semester-hour degree program. Theory/composition applicants must submit evidence of compositional or analytic activity. All performance degree applicants must audition on their principal instrument for acceptance to the appropriate applied music level. Students with a major in conducting performance must show evidence of conducting skill through an audition and interview. Students wishing to enroll in any music course under non-degree status must have the approval of the Coordinator of Graduate Studies in Music.

Graduate Faculty

Ewelina Boczkowska, Ph.D., Associate Professor
Music, memory, and Polish film; “auteur” cinema; American musicals; Chopin; music in the 1960's

Kent J. Engelhardt, Ph.D., Professor
Charlie Parker; Bebop; Kansas City Jazz

Francois P. Fowler, D.M., Associate Professor
Guitar performance, pedagogy, and literature

Stephen L. Gage, Ed.D., Professor
Instrumental music education; conducting

Randall E. Goldberg, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Chair
Historical musicology; early modern Europe; 18th century music; Jewish identity

Brian D. Kiser, D.M.A., Associate Professor
Brass pedagogy; brass performance; music industry

Hae-Jong Lee, D.M.A., Associate Professor
Choral conducting and literature; voice studies

J. Paul Louth, Ph.D., Associate Professor
Instrumental music education; brass methods; trombone

Stacie Renee Mickens, D.M.A., Associate Professor
Performance (solo, chamber, orchestral); chamber music; new music; practice habits

David S. Morgan, D.M.A., Professor
Jazz performance; composition; music theory

Caroline Oltmanns, D.M.A., Professor
Piano performance

Jena Root, Ph.D., Associate Professor

Glenn Schaft, D.M.A., Professor
Percussion; classical, contemporary, jazz, Afro-Cuban, and Brazilian music

James C. Umble, D.M.A., Professor
Technology in education; music technology; music performance and pedagogy (saxophone); curriculum development in the arts; integrated arts

Kathryn T. Umble, D.M.A., Professor
Japanese flute; flute; guitar

Misook Yun, D.M.A., Professor

Graduate Courses

BASS 5800A    Bassoon    1 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

BASS 5800B    Bassoon    1 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

BASS 6901    Bassoon    2 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

BASS 6902    Bassoon    2 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

BASS 6903    Bassoon    3 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

BASS 6904    Bassoon    3 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

BASS 6905    Bassoon    4 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

BASS 6906    Bassoon    4 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

BHRN 5800A    Baritone Horn    1 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

BHRN 5800B    Baritone Horn    1 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

BHRN 6901    Baritone Horn    2 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

BHRN 6902    Baritone Horn    2 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

BHRN 6903    Baritone Horn    3 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

BHRN 6904    Baritone Horn    3 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

BHRN 6905    Baritone Horn    4 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

BHRN 6906    Baritone Horn    4 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

CELL 5800A    Cello    1 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

CELL 5800B    Cello    1 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

CELL 6901    Cello    2 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

CELL 6902    Cello    2 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

CELL 6903    Cello    3 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

CELL 6904    Cello    3 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

CELL 6905    Cello    4 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

CELL 6906    Cello    4 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

CLAR 5800A    Clarinet    1 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

CLAR 5800B    Clarinet    1 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

CLAR 6901    Clarinet    2 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

CLAR 6902    Clarinet    2 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

CLAR 6903    Clarinet    3 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

CLAR 6904    Clarinet    3 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

CLAR 6905    Clarinet    4 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

CLAR 6906    Clarinet    4 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

CNDC 6901    Conducting    2 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

CNDC 6902    Conducting    2 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

CNDC 6903    Conducting    3 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

CNDC 6904    Conducting    3 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

CNDC 6905    Conducting    4 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

CNDC 6906    Conducting    4 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

FHRN 5800A    French Horn    1 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

FHRN 5800B    French Horn    1 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

FHRN 6901    French Horn    2 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

FHRN 6902    French Horn    2 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

FHRN 6903    French Horn    3 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

FHRN 6904    French Horn    3 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

FHRN 6905    French Horn    4 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

FHRN 6906    French Horn    4 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

FLUT 5800A    Flute    1 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

FLUT 5800B    Flute    1 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

FLUT 6901    Flute    2 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

FLUT 6902    Flute    2 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

FLUT 6903    Flute    3 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

FLUT 6904    Flute    3 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

FLUT 6905    Flute    4 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

FLUT 6906    Flute    4 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

GUIT 5800A    Guitar    1 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

GUIT 5800B    Guitar    1 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

GUIT 6901    Guitar    2 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

GUIT 6902    Guitar    2 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

GUIT 6903    Guitar    3 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

GUIT 6904    Guitar    3 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

GUIT 6905    Guitar    4 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

GUIT 6906    Guitar    4 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

HARP 5800A    Harpsichord    1 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

HARP 5800B    Harpsichord    1 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

HARP 6901    Harpsichord    2 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

HARP 6902    Harpsichord    2 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

HARP 6903    Harpsichord    3 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

HARP 6904    Harpsichord    3 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

HARP 6905    Harpsichord    4 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

HARP 6906    Harpsichord    4 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

MCMP 6903    Advanced Composition    3 s.h.

Individual instruction in the composition of larger forms for chorus, orchestra, or chamber ensembles.
Prereq.: Permission of instructor.

MCMP 6904    Advanced Composition    3 s.h.

Individual instruction in the composition of larger forms for chorus, orchestra, or chamber ensembles.
Prereq.: Permission of instructor.

MUAC 6977    Philosophies of Music    3 s.h.

Development of advanced music scholarship skills through readings, analysis, and critique of some of the major ideas about music's value and place in society that have been advanced by scholars ranging from the ancient Greeks to contemporary music critics, performers, philosophers, educators, and psychologists. Course takes an interdisciplinary approach to developing the skills to articulate music advocacy arguments. One of three core required courses for all masters students.

MUED 5814    Selected Topics in Music Education    2 s.h.

Course title will be listed each semester in the Schedule of Classes. May be repeated for credit with different topics.
Prereq.: MUED 4823 or MUED 4825.

MUED 5841    Music Workshop    1-3 s.h.

For students and teachers in service; topics may vary from year to year. Specific topics are announced each time the workshop is offered. May be repeated with different topic.

MUED 5858    Piano Pedagogy    3 s.h.

Methods and materials involved in teaching piano in private and classroom settings. Fundamentals of technique as well as repertoire. Supervised practice teaching.
Prereq.: Two years of applied keyboard.

MUED 5880    Vocal Pedagogy    1 s.h.

A comparative study of physiological and psychological approaches to voice instruction and their application to private and class instruction.
Prereq.: Two years of applied voice classes.

MUED 6950    Conducting Pedagogy    2 s.h.

The study and critical analysis of methods for teaching conducting.
Prereq.: One semester of applied conducting study.

MUED 6960    Research in Music    3 s.h.

A study of research tools and methodologies as applied to music scholarship and bibliography. This course is intended to lay the foundation for the thesis or exit paper, and a final research project or project proposal is required. May include the study of historical, philosophical, qualitative, quantitative, and/or analytic research methods, as deemed appropriate for students' areas of research. Crosslisted with MUHL 6960.

MUED 6970    Foundations of Music Education    3 s.h.

An examination of basic principles and techniques of music instruction; contemporary trends viewed from historical perspectives.

MUED 6972    Seminar in Music Education    3 s.h.

Individual projects and discussion of fundamental issues in music education. Course may be repeated once with permission of instructor.

MUED 6973    Research Methods and Materials in Music Education    3 s.h.

A study of research tools and techniques and their application to problems in music education; critique of research studies. Research report required in nonthesis music education program.

MUED 6975    Music and the Humanities    3 s.h.

Designed to aid in the development of interdisciplinary courses involving music and the humanities in the secondary school.

MUED 6976    Directed Study in Conducting    3 s.h.

Study of significant works, vocal or instrumental; special problems in conducting. May be repeated for credit.

MUED 6977    Philosophies of Music    3 s.h.

Development of advanced music scholarship skills through readings, analysis, and critique of some of the major ideas about music's value and place in society that have been advanced by scholars ranging from the ancient Greeks to contemporary music critics, performers, philosophers, educators, and psychologists. Course takes an interdisciplinary approach to developing the skills to articulate music advocacy arguments. One of three core required courses for all masters students.

MUED 6978    Contemporary Trends in Music Education    3 s.h.

Examination and discussion of music education in contemporary society. Consideration of repertoire, methods, and teaching aids with regard to current needs and emerging trends.

MUED 6979    Workshop in Music Education    1-3 s.h.

For students and teachers in service. Specific topics are announced each time the workshop is offered. Grading is satisfactory or unsatisfactory (S/U). May be repeated with different topic.

MUED 6981    Elementary School Music Practicum    3 s.h.

Field experiences, demonstrations, and lectures to acquaint the student with the many facets of elementary music instruction. Contemporary trends and innovative programs will be examined. Students will be encouraged to introduce certain programs and approaches in their own teaching situations.
Prereq.: Teaching experience or student teaching.

MUED 6982    Secondary School Music Practicum    3 s.h.

An examination of the total secondary school music program through guided field experiences, demonstrations, and lectures. The development of curriculum in general music and instrumental and vocal music will be considered in light of the student's needs and abilities.
Prereq.: Teaching experience or student teaching.

MUED 6992    Independent Projects in Music    1-4 s.h.

Individual research topics in music of a library, laboratory, or fieldwork nature.
Prereq.: Approval of Dana Graduate Committee.

MUHL 5860    Keyboard Literature    3 s.h.

An investigation of the solo keyboard works of major composers from the earliest times to the present day.
Prereq.: MUTC 2632.

MUHL 5871    Baroque Music    3 s.h.

The evolution of musical styles during the period 1600-1750. A historical survey of documents and music literature of the time: opera from Monteverdi to Handel; keyboard and instrumental works; significant choral works, etc.
Prereq.: MUTC 2632, MUHL 3771, MUHL 3772, MUHL 3773, and MUHL 3774.

MUHL 5872    Eighteenth Century and the Viennese Classical School    3 s.h.

Musical developments from the decline of the baroque to the turn of the century; historical and stylistic elements contributing to the rise of classicism and culminating in the works of Mozart, Haydn, Beethoven.
Prereq.: MUTC 2632, MUHL 3771, MUHL 3772, MUHL 3773 and MUHL 3774.

MUHL 5873    Opera History    3 s.h.

A historical survey of opera: its development as an art form from its beginnings to the present.
Prereq.: MUTC 2632, MUHL 3771, MUHL 3772, MUHL 3773 and MUHL 3774.

MUHL 5874    Nineteenth Century    3 s.h.

Musical developments from Beethoven through Wagner; aesthetic, formal, technical and historical trends with special emphasis on nationalism and the music drama.
Prereq.: MUTC 2632, MUHL 3771, MUHL 3772, MUHL 3773, and MUHL 3774.

MUHL 5878    Selected Topics in Music History    3 s.h.

A study of a specific topic to be announced each time the course is offered. May be repeated once with different topic.
Prereq.: MUTC 2632, MUHL 3771, MUHL 3772, MUHL 3773, and MUHL 3774.

MUHL 5879    Vocal Literature    3 s.h.

A study of vocal literature from all periods. Special emphasis on English language repertoire and on material especially suitable for high school students. Songs are prepared for performance in class.
Prereq.: MUTC 2632, MUHL 3771, MUHL 3772, MUHL 3773, and MUHL 3774.

MUHL 6940    Music in the Middle Ages    3 s.h.

The development of polyphonic music, early organum to ca. 1450, with emphasis on techniques, styles, and forms. Seminar, with readings, reports, and musical illustrations.

MUHL 6941    Music in the Renaissance    3 s.h.

Musical developments from ca. 1450-1600 dealing with the vocal music of this period, both sacred and secular, and the formulation of independent instrumental styles. Seminar with readings, reports, and musical illustrations.

MUHL 6943    Seminar in Musicology    3 s.h.

An examination of select problems in musicology. May be repeated with permission of instructor.

MUHL 6944    Seminar in Symphonic Literature    3 s.h.

An investigation of the literature written for symphony orchestra.

MUHL 6945    Selected Topics in Music Literature    3 s.h.

Various topics related to the study of music literature. Specific topic is announced each time the course is offered. May be repeated with a different topic.

MUHL 6946    Selected Topics in Jazz History    3 s.h.

Topical studies will develop a historical perspective of a specific period of jazz or a specific jazz artist including related cultures, events, and the development of musical style. Sample topics: early jazz, the Post-Bop Era, the music of John Coltrane. May be repeated with a different topic.

MUHL 6960    Research in Music    3 s.h.

A study of research tools and methodologies as applied to music scholarship and bibliography. This course is intended to lay the foundation for the thesis or exit paper, and a final research project or project proposal is required. May include the study of historical, philosophical, qualitative, quantitative, and/or analytic research methods, as deemed appropriate for students' areas of research. Crosslisted with MUED 6960.

MUHL 6977    Philosophies of Music    3 s.h.

Development of advanced music scholarship skills through readings, analysis, and critique of some of the major ideas about music's value and place in society that have been advanced by scholars ranging from the ancient Greeks to contemporary music critics, performers, philosophers, educators, and psychologists. Course takes an interdisciplinary approach to developing the skills to articulate music advocacy arguments. One of three core required courses for all masters students.

MUHL 6990    Thesis 1    2 s.h.

Individual research and writing culminating in the preparation of a master's thesis.
Prereq.: Completion of 15 semester hours coursework and approval of thesis proposal by the Dana Graduate Committee.

MUHL 6991    Thesis 2    1-2 s.h.

Individual research and writing culminating in the preparation of a master's thesis.
Prereq.: Completion of 15 semester hours coursework and approval of thesis proposal by the Dana Graduate Committee.

MUTC 5821    Composition for Minors    2 s.h.

Composition in two- and three-part forms, and other compositions of small scope, such as variation and sonatina. Works are composed both for piano alone, and in combination with other instruments or voice. May be repeated by composition majors to meet requirements for freshman and sophomore composition for majors.
Prereq.: MUTC 2632 with a grade of "C" or better, or permission of instructor for composition majors.

MUTC 5822    Composition for Minors    2 s.h.

Composition in two- and three-part forms, and other compositions of small scope, such as variation and sonatina. Works are composed both for piano alone, and in combination with other instruments or voice. May be repeated by composition majors to meet requirements for freshman and sophomore composition for majors.
Prereq.: MUTC 2632 with a grade of "C" or better, or permission of instructor for composition majors.

MUTC 5828    Music Technology    3 s.h.

An exploration of the use of computers and technology in music. Applications related to composition, performance, analysis, teaching, and research.
Prereq.: MUTC 2632 with grade of "C" or better or permission of instructor.

MUTC 5830    Materials of 20th Century Music    3 s.h.

Study of the various elements of 20th century compositions, including melody, harmony, rhythm, texture, and form.
Prereq.: MUTC 2632 with a grade of "C" or better.

MUTC 5831    Modal Counterpoint    3 s.h.

Sixteenth century contrapuntal style including introduction of species technique; analysis of liturgical and secular repertoire; writing of imitative counterpoint with stylistic rhythms and cadences.
Prereq.: MUTC 2632 with a grade of "C" or better.

MUTC 5832    Tonal Counterpoint    3 s.h.

Contrapuntal style of baroque music including an analysis of examples in imitative and invertible counterpoint; writing two- and three-part inventions and three- and four-part fugal expositions.
Prereq.: MUTC 2632 with a grade of "C" or better.

MUTC 5833    Theory Seminar    3 s.h.

Topics in music theory not covered in regular upper-division offerings. May be repeated once with different topic.
Prereq.: MUTC 2632 with a grade of "C" or better.

MUTC 5834    Electronic Music    3 s.h.

Techniques of analog and digital synthesis including tape composition, musique concrete; advanced MIDI applications such as sequencing and sampling; and digital audio editing. Composition in electronic and mixed media.
Prereq.: For composition majors, COMP 1502 or equivalent; for non-composition majors, MUTC 2632 with a grade of "C" or better; for non-majors, permission of instructor.

MUTC 5840    Instrumentation    3 s.h.

Ranges, transposition, technical characteristics, and tonal features of the instruments. Scoring for large and small ensembles which are available as laboratory reading groups.
Prereq.: MUTC 2632 with a grade of "C" or better.

MUTC 6903    Advanced Composition    3 s.h.

Individual instruction in the composition of larger forms for chorus, orchestra, or chamber ensembles.
Prereq.: Permission of Instructor.

MUTC 6904    Advanced Composition    3 s.h.

Individual instruction in the composition of larger forms for chorus, orchestra, or chamber ensembles.
Prereq.: Permission of instructor.

MUTC 6913    Pedagogy of Theory    3 s.h.

The study and critical analysis of methods for teaching harmony, sightsinging, and ear training.

MUTC 6916    Fugue    3 s.h.

Analysis of the fugal style used in 17th-century trio sonatas and in both volumes of The Well-Tempered Clavier by J. S. Bach; writing three to four voice fugues employing imitative and invertible counterpoint.

MUTC 6921    Graduate Analysis 1    3 s.h.

Foundational graduate study of musical analysis. Includes basic techniques of harmonic, melodic, and rhythmic analysis applied to a selection of music literature from the seventeenth century through the present time.

MUTC 6922    Graduate Analysis 2    3 s.h.

Continuing graduate study of musical analysis. Includes advanced techniques of harmonic, melodic, and rhythmic analysis applied to a selection of music literature from the seventeenth century through the present time.
Prereq.: MUTC 6921 with a grade of "B" or higher or 70% or higher on graduate entrance exam or instructor's permission.

MUTC 6930    Baroque Music Styles    3 s.h.

Stylistic and structural analysis of compositions from the Baroque Era.

MUTC 6931    Classic Music Styles    3 s.h.

Stylistic and structural analysis of compositions from the Classic Era.

MUTC 6932    Romantic Music Styles    3 s.h.

Stylistic and structural analysis of compositions from the Romantic Era.

MUTC 6933    Twentieth-Century Music Styles    3 s.h.

Stylistic and structural analysis of compositions from the 20th century.

MUTC 6935    Jazz Theory    3 s.h.

This course examines the process of jazz improvisation and undertakes a critical evaluation of the existing modes of analyzing improvisation. Students will learn to differentiate between pedagogical, speculative, and analytical theory and to apply appropriate analytical techniques according to the musical context. Emphasis will be placed on the development of critical listening and reading skills.

MUTC 6936    Jazz Composition    3 s.h.

Students will study the styles of leading jazz composers and arrangers in the process of developing their craft and their own style. Assignments will include a portfolio of compositions and analysis of compositions by Jelly Roll Morton, Duke Ellington, Thad Jones, and others.

OBOE 5800A    Oboe    1 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

OBOE 5800B    Oboe    1 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

OBOE 6901    Oboe    2 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

OBOE 6902    Oboe    2 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

OBOE 6903    Oboe    3 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

OBOE 6904    Oboe    3 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

OBOE 6905    Oboe    4 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

OBOE 6906    Oboe    4 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

ORGN 5800A    Organ    1 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

ORGN 5800B    Organ    1 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

ORGN 6901    Organ    2 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

ORGN 6902    Organ    2 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

ORGN 6903    Organ    3 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

ORGN 6904    Organ    3 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

ORGN 6905    Organ    4 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

ORGN 6906    Organ    4 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

PERC 5800A    Percussion    1 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

PERC 5800B    Percussion    1 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

PERC 6901    Percussion    2 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

PERC 6902    Percussion    2 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

PERC 6903    Percussion    3 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

PERC 6904    Percussion    3 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

PERC 6905    Percussion    4 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

PERC 6906    Percussion    4 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

PIAN 5800A    Piano    1 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

PIAN 5800B    Piano    1 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

PIAN 6901    Piano    2 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

PIAN 6902    Piano    2 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

PIAN 6903    Piano    3 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

PIAN 6904    Piano    3 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

PIAN 6905    Piano    4 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

PIAN 6906    Piano    4 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

SAX 5800A    Saxophone    1 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

SAX 5800B    Saxophone    1 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

SAX 6901    Saxophone    2 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

SAX 6902    Saxophone    2 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

SAX 6903    Saxophone    3 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

SAX 6904    Saxophone    3 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

SAX 6905    Saxophone    4 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

SAX 6906    Saxophone    4 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

SBSS 5800A    String Bass    1 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

SBSS 5800B    String Bass    1 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

SBSS 6901    String Bass    2 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

SBSS 6902    String Bass    2 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

SBSS 6903    String Bass    3 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

SBSS 6904    String Bass    3 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

SBSS 6905    String Bass    4 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

SBSS 6906    String Bass    4 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

TROM 5800A    Trombone    1 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

TROM 5800B    Trombone    1 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

TROM 6901    Trombone    2 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

TROM 6902    Trombone    2 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

TROM 6903    Trombone    3 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

TROM 6904    Trombone    3 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

TROM 6905    Trombone    4 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

TROM 6906    Trombone    4 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

TRUM 5800A    Trumpet    1 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

TRUM 5800B    Trumpet    1 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

TRUM 6901    Trumpet    2 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

TRUM 6902    Trumpet    2 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

TRUM 6903    Trumpet    3 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

TRUM 6904    Trumpet    3 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

TRUM 6905    Trumpet    4 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

TRUM 6906    Trumpet    4 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

TUBA 5800A    Tuba    1 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

TUBA 5800B    Tuba    1 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

TUBA 6901    Tuba    2 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

TUBA 6902    Tuba    2 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

TUBA 6903    Tuba    3 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

TUBA 6904    Tuba    3 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

TUBA 6905    Tuba    4 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

TUBA 6906    Tuba    4 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

VIOL 5800A    Viola    1 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

VIOL 5800B    Viola    1 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

VIOL 6901    Viola    2 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

VIOL 6902    Viola    2 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

VIOL 6903    Viola    3 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

VIOL 6904    Viola    3 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

VIOL 6905    Viola    4 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

VIOL 6906    Viola    4 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

VION 5800A    Violin    1 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

VION 5800B    Violin    1 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

VION 6901    Violin    2 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

VION 6902    Violin    2 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

VION 6903    Violin    3 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

VION 6904    Violin    3 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

VION 6905    Violin    4 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

VION 6906    Violin    4 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

VOIC 5800A    Voice    1 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

VOIC 5800B    Voice    1 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

VOIC 6901    Voice    2 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

VOIC 6902    Voice    2 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

VOIC 6903    Voice    3 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

VOIC 6904    Voice    3 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

VOIC 6905    Voice    4 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.

VOIC 6906    Voice    4 s.h.

Private Music Lessons.