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MUSC 326 Jazz Arranging I


Students will apply their theoretical skills to arrange music for contemporary small ensembles.  This course is a study in writing and analyzing chord progressions, melodic inventions, form, use of the chief wind instruments (trumpet, trombone, and saxophone) and rhythm instruments (piano, guitar, bass, drums) score layout, transposition, preparation of parts, span, weight, and density.  This course is a part of a sequence for music majors.

Repeatable: N
Formerly 32-2255
Prerequisites MUSC 135 Techniques for Improvisation I  and MUSC 115 Theory II 
Minimum Credits 3 Maximum Credits 3



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