Course Descriptions

Course NumberCourse TitleCreditsDescriptionCompetencies
MUA101Applied Voice1This course is for individual instruction in singing. Students receive weekly half-hour lessons during the Fall and Spring semesters and longer lessons during the shorter Summer semester. Students are accepted at all levels of experience. Students will study tone production, breath control, diction, literature, stage presence and general musicianship. When registering, students pay the cost of one DMACC credit plus a music lesson fee. There is no limit on the number of times a student may register for this course. However, only the most recent four semesters' credits may be used as elective credit when applying for a DMACC degree.Loading...
MUA120Applied Piano1This course is for individual instruction in playing piano. Students receive weekly half-hour lessons during the Fall and Spring semesters and longer lessons during the shorter Summer semester. Students will study all aspects of piano technique, literature, stage presence and general musicianship. Students are accepted at all levels of experience. When registering, students pay the cost of one DMACC credit plus a music lesson fee. There is no limit on the number of times a student may register for this course. However, only the most recent four semesters' credits may be used as elective credit when applying for a DMACC degree.Loading...
MUA147Applied Instrumental1This course is for individual instruction in brass, woodwind, string, percussion instruments and in guitar. There is a separate course section for each instrument area; students must be sure to register in the section that is designated for the instrument they want to study. Students may register for more than one section, but a Drop/Add slip that is signed by the instructor must be used when registering for more than one section. Students receive weekly half-hour lessons during the Fall and Spring semesters and longer lessons during the shorter Summer semester. Students are accepted at all levels of experience. Students will study all aspects of technique, breath control (when applicable), literature, stage presence and general musicianship. When registering, students pay the cost of one DMACC credit plus a music lesson fee. There is no limit on the number of times a student may register for this course. However, only the most recent four semesters' credits may be used as elective credit when applying for a DMACC degree.Loading...