1 THEORY/COMPOSITION AREA HANDBOOK Department of Music University of Nevada, Las Vegas
2 DISCLAIMER AND LIMITATIONS For the student s convenience, this Handbook reproduces, ad litteram, pertinent information from the UNLV Undergraduate Catalog, UNLV Graduate Catalog, and Graduate Music Handbook. This Handbook is provided as-is for information purposes and does not represent a contract or agreement. Neither the University nor the Department of Music assumes liability for loss or damage incurred as a result of using this Handbook. The Department of Music reserves the right to revise this Handbook at any time. In the event of disparity or conflict between this Handbook and the policies of the University, the University s policies shall take precedence. 2
3 Index Welcome!... 4 Theory/Composition Faculty 5 PART I - Undergraduate 6 Degree Concentration.6 Admission Policies.. 6 Degree Requirements. 6 Fundamentals of Music Composition.. 7 Piano proficiency. 7 Recitals.. 7 Applied/Instrumental Lessons. 7 Recital Attendance.. 8 Ensembles. 8 Satisfactory Progress. 8 Advisement.. 8 MUSA 451-Private Composition... 9 Composition Jury 9 Nextet Concerts 9 Composition Seminar 9 Listening Exams.. 9 Lessons with Guest Composers 10 Recital Policies 10 PART II Graduate. 11 Admission Requirements. 11 Provisional Status Placement Examination 12 Degree Requirements 12 MUS 765A-Private Composition 12 Nextet Concerts..13 Attendance to Composition Area Events.. 13 Composition Seminar Lessons with Guest Composers.. 13 Graduate Student Committee. 13 Proposed Degree Program Form 13 Recital.. 14 Comprehensive Examinations 14 Application for Graduation. 14 3
4 Welcome! Comprised of faculty of national and international reputation, the Department of Music at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas has been for many years Nevada's principal venue for the composition and performance of new music. Starting in 2007, N.E.O.N., Nevada Encounters of New Music, a festival and symposium has amplified UNLV s visibility in the area of contemporary music. The composition program at UNLV trains students who wish to pursue professional and/or academic careers in music composition. Student composers benefit from a variety of opportunities to hear their works performed. NEXTET frequently presents concerts of student compositions. The numerous ensembles, including the UNLV Symphony Orchestra, the choral and wind ensembles offer a rich array of performance opportunities for composition students. NEXTET, UNLV's contemporary music ensemble under the direction of Virko Baley, has a history that goes back to the early 1970 s and has performed hundreds of contemporary works, including dozens of world premieres. The department has featured renowned guest composers including Steven Stucky, Roger Reynolds, Libby Larsen, Bernard Rands, Paul Chihara, among many others. The Music Department offers degrees for Bachelor of Music in Composition and Master of Music in Theory/Composition. The composition program at UNLV is committed to providing the students with the most comprehensive experience in the field of music composition. Faculty encourages creative work for different media, and provides hand-in-hand experience in the professional field of new music. We sincerely hope that you find your educational experience at UNLV most valuable and exciting. Our best wishes for a productive year! 4
5 THEORY/COMPOSITION FACULTY Full-time Faculty: Prof. Virko Baley Distinguished Professor of Composition Cell phone: (702) Dr. Ken Hanlon Professor of Music Office: HFA 217 Office phone: (702) Dr. Nolan Stolz Visiting Lecturer of Theory/Composition Office: HFA 233 Office phone: (702) Part-time Faculty: Julie Ivy Adjunct instructor in theory Dr. Jocelyn Jensen Adjunct instructor in theory Phone: (702)
6 PART I: UNDERGRADUATE BACHELOR OF MUSIC IN COMPOSITION - DEGREE CONCENTRATION Students in the bachelor of music in composition must declare an area of performance concentration: a) Piano b) Other instruments c) Vocal A jazz emphasis of an additional 17 credits is also available. ADMISSION POLICIES: Students applying as undergraduate freshmen must meet the minimum requirements listed below. The Department of Music requires a minimum GPA of Please note that the minimum GPA will increase to a 3.0 weighted GPA in Transfer Policies: Transfer students must meet the cumulative GPA of 2.30 with a 2.70 GPA in the area of concentration. Transfer students will be placed in the appropriate applied level based on the audition for their area of performance concentration. All entering music majors and those transferring from other institutions must take a theory placement examination. Theory Placement Examination: All entering music majors and those transferring from other institutions must take a theory placement examination. Those who do not qualify for MUS 201 will be required to take MUS 102; otherwise they will be placed according to their demonstrated proficiency. The examination will consist of written harmony, dictation, keyboard skills, and sight-singing. DEGREE REQUIREMENTS Please refer to the online Undergraduate Catalog and/or the attached degree checksheets for the requirements for the Bachelor of Music in Composition. Freshman and Sophomore students must make appointment with the College of Fine Arts Advising Center (see ADVISEMENT section on page 8.) before registering for classes. Below, a sample course schedule for the freshman year: First Semester: MUS 113 Fundamentals of Music Composition, 2 cr. MUS 201 E and F Basic Musicianship I (Theory and Aural Skills), 3 cr. MUSE Ensemble, 1 cr. MUSA Applied Lesson, 2 cr. MUS 109 Functional Piano I, 2 cr. 6
7 MUS 100, Recital Attendance, 0 cr. ENG 101, 3 cr. HIST 100, 2 cr. Second Semester: MUS 113 Fundamentals of Music Composition, 2 cr. MUS 131 Introduction to Music Literature, 3 cr. MUS 202 E and F Basic Musicianship I (Theory and Aural Skills), 3 cr. MUSE Ensemble, 1 cr. MUSA Applied Lesson, 2 cr. MUS 110 Functional Piano II, 2 cr. MUS 100, Recital Attendance, 0 cr. ENG 102, 3 cr. FUNDAMENTALS OF MUSIC COMPOSITION All incoming freshmen must register for MUS 113 Fundamentals of Music Composition. Students are allowed to register for MUSA 451 Private Composition after a total of four semesters of MUS 113 have been fulfilled. Based on an interview and audition, and only after approval of the composition faculty, students may take MUS 451A Private Composition (2 credits) in lieu of MUS 113. PIANO PROFICIENCY Functional piano must be taken in sequence: MUS 109, 110, 209, 210. Private piano study can be taken in lieu of Functional Piano. Composition majors must pass the piano proficiency exam before enrolling in senior level Private Composition. RECITALS Each student must present a half recital (20 min.) in the junior year and a full recital (40 min.) in the senior year. Students present a junior recital in their area of performance concentration (piano, instrumental, vocal) or, with special approval of the composition faculty, a recital of the student s own compositions. The senior year recital consists of a full-length recital (40 minutes minimum) of the student s original compositions. APPLIED INSTRUMENTAL/VOICE LESSONS Each composition major, while taking applied lesson in his/her instrument or voice, must perform regularly in a studio or repertory class. Those who are enrolled in Applied Music (MUSA) level III or higher also must appear in scheduled student convocations at the discretion of the instructor, but not less than once each semester. Each composition major, while taking Applied Music for Majors, must appear before a departmental jury at the end of each semester for performance examination and grading recommendations. 7
8 RECITAL ATTENDANCE All music majors must attend a minimum of ten on-campus recitals and/or concerts for eight semesters of full-time registration as part of their graduation requirement. Students not fulfilling this requirement will not be recommended for graduation (see MUS 100 in the UNLV Undergraduate Catalog). Composition majors taking private composition lessons or Fundamentals of Music Composition MUS 113 are required to attend all Composition Area and new music events including but not limited to NEXTET concerts, new music events, recitals by guest artists, et al. Unexcused absence to each Composition Area or new music event (e.g., without a doctor s note) will negatively affect the final MUSA 451 or MUS 113 grade at the instructor s discretion and/or as stated in the course syllabus. ENSEMBLES All music majors will be required to take ensemble courses appropriate to the major, as determined by the department, every semester throughout the first eight semesters of the degree program. All students electing additional ensembles will be required to audition and get permission from the department. Times and places of auditions will be announced. SATISFACTORY PROGRESS To ensure satisfactory progress, students are required to register concurrently for Basic/Advanced Musicianship MUS 201, 202, 303, 304, 404 (E and F) and Functional Piano MUS 109, 110, 209, 210 (or private piano study) each semester until these sequences are completed. Composition majors must pass all Musicianship and Functional Piano courses with a grade no lower than a B. ADVISEMENT Freshman and Sophomore students must make an appointment to meet with an advisor at the College of Fine Arts Advising Center (location below.) Central Desert Complex, Building One, rooms 119 and 121 (CDC and 121) Phone number: Junior and transfer students should contact Dr. Stolz or Prof. Baley for advisement. It is the student s responsibility to meet with his/her advisor once per semester, at which time an advising sheet will be completed with the recommended course schedule for the following semester. 8
9 MUSA 451 PRIVATE COMPOSITION In order to be considered for advancement to the upper level private lessons (MUSA 451) students must have successfully completed four semesters of music theory, MUS 131 and made satisfactory progress towards their degree. After four semesters of Fundamentals of Music Composition (MUS 113) and Basic/Advanced Musicianship (MUS 201, 202, 303, 304 E and F) have been fulfilled with a grade no lower than a B, and/or with permission by the composition faculty, composition majors may fill out a request to register for MUSA 451, Private Composition. The composition faculty will assign a composition instructor for each student based on the student s particular needs and availability of the faculty. MUSA 451 is offered in two sections: Section 1001 (4 cr.) and Section 002 (2 cr.). COMPOSITION JURY Every semester, all composition majors taking MUSA 451 are required to organize a live presentation of an original (10 minutes minimum) new composition or the equivalent (live recording) for evaluation during a composition jury, which will take place during finals week. The jury grade will be averaged with the private lesson grade. The jury may be waived if the student has had a work preformed at a NEXTET concert. It is required from all students to have a live performance of an original composition at least once per academic year. NEXTET CONCERTS Students can submit pieces to be considered for performance in a NEXTET concert. Submissions need to be made during the semester prior to the one in which the concert will take place. The composition faculty will make final decisions on which works will be programmed. COMPOSITION SEMINAR All students registered for MUSA 451 or recital credits must attend the Composition Seminar, taking place on Wednesdays at 5 PM (or otherwise stated). Unexcused absences to Composition Seminar will negatively affect the final MUSA 451 grade. LISTENING EXAMS All students taking MUSA 451 will be given a listening list and must pass a listening exam during finals week of each semester. 9
10 LESSONS WITH GUEST COMPOSERS Several guest composers visit UNLV every year. Selected students will be given the opportunity to have private lessons with guest composers. After student has agreed to receive a lesson with the guest composer and dates and times have been arranged, attendance is mandatory. An unexcused absence will incur in a ½ of a letter grade reduction from the MUSA 451 grade. RECITAL POLICIES The senior year recital consists of a full-length recital (40 minutes minimum) of the student s original compositions. Doc Rando Hall must be booked for the student s senior recital at the beginning of the semester in which the recital will take place. Please be advised that Rando Hall s availability is limited, so plan accordingly. Four weeks before the planned recital date (at the latest), the student must submit the Request for Recital Approval Form containing detailed information about the pieces to be presented (title, instrumentation, and duration) the names of all performers involved, and a list of all logistic needs. In addition to this form, the student must submit scores of all music to be performed during the composition recital. In no case shall the student distribute scores/parts to the performers before receiving approval from his/her advisor. It is the student s advisor s responsibility to attend at least one rehearsal for each of the compositions to ensure acceptable quality of performances. The student s advisor reserves the right to cancel pieces in which the preparation is not adequate or to postpone the entire recital. 10
11 PART II - GRADUATE The University of Nevada, Las Vegas offers the degree of Master of Music in Theory/Composition. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS In addition to submitting an application and transcripts of all college-level work to the Graduate College, students applying for admission into the program must present the following credentials: 1. An overall undergraduate grade point average of at least 2.75 or 3.00 in the last two years. 2. An undergraduate grade point average of at least 3.00 in music. 3. Two letters of recommendation from former instructors attesting that the student is capable of doing graduate work at an acceptable level of performance. These letters are to be sent to the Department of Music. 4. Official transcripts of all college-level work must also be sent to the department. Additional Requirements The materials listed below are also to be sent directly to the Department of Music. 1. A portfolio of compositions including at least one work from three of the following categories: a) orchestra, band or chorus; b) solo instrument and piano or for solo piano; c) string quartet, brass quintet, woodwind quintet, or other small ensemble; d) set of songs for solo voice and piano; e) original composition scored for jazz ensemble. Additional works may be included. 2. A 500-word essay defining career goals and explaining how graduate studies in music will advance applicant toward these goals. PROVISIONAL STATUS Depending on the student s record and qualifications, the composition faculty may recommend that a student be admitted in provisional status. The student is then required to undertake specific coursework for the duration of one or two semesters. Only after this coursework has been successfully completed may the student be reconsidered for full graduate student status. 11
12 PLACEMENT EXAMINATION Prior to registration, all graduate students must take placement examinations in history, theory, and sight singing. The student must pass history and theory placement examinations (or complete remedial work) before registering for courses in these areas. The student must pass the sight-singing examination before selecting the examination committee and before scheduling the graduate recital and the final comprehensive examinations. DEGREE REQUIREMENTS The minimum number of credits required for the Master of Music in Theory/Composition is 32. No more than eight hours of 600-level course work may be applied to the candidate s degree program. The requirements for the M.M. in Theory/Composition are as follows: Bibliography 3 cr. Music History 6 cr. Music Theory 6 cr. (MUS 706, 707 or 708) Applied Music 4 cr. Composition (private instruction) 8 cr. (MUS 765A x 4 semesters) Recital 2 cr. Elective (with approval) 3 cr. (preferably a theory course) TOTAL 32 All candidates for the M.M. in Theory/Composition are required to take written and oral comprehensive examinations. Throughout work for the degree, the student must maintain a minimum GPA of 3.00, with no more than two grades of C (2.00), and no grade lower than B (3.00) in the major area of concentration. A thesis is optional and may, with approval, be used in lieu of six credits in the student s program. Participation in large ensembles is required throughout the student s residency. MUS 765A PRIVATE COMPOSITION Composition majors must fill out a request form before registering for MUS 765A, Private Composition. The composition faculty will assign a composition instructor for each student based on the student s particular needs and availability of the faculty. MUS 765A is offered in two sections: Section 1001 (4 cr.) and Section 1002 (2 cr.). Once a request for MUS 765A is approved and signed by the composition faculty, a student may proceed to the music office to obtain the appropriate call number and then register for the course. Under very special circumstances a student may be allowed to register for Section 1001 (4 cr.). This section is reserved for students working on special, large-scale composition projects and may not be taken to fulfill the general degree requirement but only as an elective. As detailed by each composition instructor s syllabus, it is expected that a student complete a minimum of 6 (six) minutes of approved music per credit taken. 12
13 NEXTET CONCERTS Students can submit pieces to be considered for performance in a NEXTET concert. Submissions need to be made during the semester prior to the one in which the concert will take place. The composition faculty will make final decisions on which works will be programmed. ATTENDANCE TO COMPOSITION AREA EVENTS All graduate composition majors are required to attend all Composition Area and new music events including but not limited to NEXTET concerts, other new music events, recitals by guest artists, masterclasses, et al. Unexcused absence to each Composition Area or new music event (i.e. without a doctor s note) will negatively affect the final MUSA 765A grade at the instructor s discretion and/or as stated in the course syllabus. COMPOSITION SEMINAR All graduate students registered for MUS 765A or recital credits must attend the Composition Seminar, taking place on Wednesdays at 5 PM (or otherwise stated). Unexcused absences to Composition Seminar will negatively affect the student s final MUS 765A grade. LESSONS WITH GUEST COMPOSERS Several guest composers visit UNLV every year. Selected students will be given the opportunity to have private lessons with guest composers. After student has agreed to receive a lesson with the guest composer and dates and times have been arranged, attendance is mandatory. An unexcused absence will incur in a ½ of a letter grade reduction from the MUS 765A final grade. GRADUATE STUDENT COMMITTEE M.M. Theory/Composition candidates require an advisory committee. Students must select elect this committee after completing credit hours and prior to establishing and submitting your proposed degree program. Advisory committee chairs and Graduate College representatives on advisory committees must have full graduate faculty status. Graduate advisory committee members must hold full or associate graduate faculty status. PROPOSED DEGREE PROGRAM FORM Part 1 and Part 2 of the proposed degree program form must be submitted to the Graduate College before completing 16 hours OR by the sixth week of the first semester of admission if 12+ hours (taken prior to admission) will be considered part of your degree program. 13
14 RECITAL Master s students are required to present a full-length composition recital (45 minutes minimum) during their last semester of studies. Doc Rando Hall must be booked for the recital at the beginning of the semester in which the recital will take place. Please be advised that Rando Hall s availability is limited, so plan accordingly. Four weeks before the planned recital date (at the latest), the student must submit the Request for Recital Approval Form containing detailed information about the pieces to be presented (title, instrumentation, and duration) the names of all performers involved, and a list of all logistic needs. In addition to this form, the student must submit scores of all music to be performed during the master s recital. In no case shall the student distribute scores/parts to the performers before receiving approval from his/her advisor. It is the student s advisor s responsibility to attend at least one rehearsal for each of the compositions to ensure acceptable quality of performances. The student s advisor reserves the right to cancel pieces in which the preparation is not adequate or to postpone the entire recital. COMPREHENSIVE EXAMINATIONS After the Master s recital is successfully completed, the candidate may schedule the written portion of the Master of Music Comprehensive Examination. If approved, the candidate may schedule the oral portion of the Master of Music Comprehensive Examination, within one week of completing the written portion. Results of the Master of Music Comprehensive Examinations must be submitted to the Graduate College two weeks prior to the last day of instruction. APPLICATION FOR GRADUATION Please check the Graduate College website for the exact deadlines to apply for graduation. All deadlines normally take place at the beginning of the semester in which the candidate expects to graduate. APPENDIX: FORMS 1. COMPOSITION JURY SHEET UNDERGRAD ONLY 2. PRIVATE LESSON REQUEST FORM UNDERGRAD AND GRAD 3. DEGREE CHECKSHEETS UNDERGRAD ONLY 4. REQUEST FOR RECITAL APPROVAL FORM - UNDERGRAD AND GRAD 5. PROPOSED DEGREE PROGRAM FORMS (PARTS 1 AND 2) GRAD ONLY 14
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