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MUSC 425 Contemporary Arranging and Production


Course examines the approaches used in arranging and orchestrating for small to large ensembles, and includes writing for rhythm section, horns, string instruments, woodwinds, and electronic instruments, as well as the professional application of the notation and technology tools available to the contemporary arranger. Course addresses the stylistic elements that are idiomatic to various popular genres, while focusing on the creative and compositional aspects of writing and arranging for contemporary music ensembles and orchestras. The course is required for students in the Contemporary, Urban and Popular Music program.

Repeatable: N
Formerly 32-3250
Prerequisites MUSC 350 Applied Music Production  
Minimum Credits 3 Maximum Credits 3





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