MUSC 322 Choral Arranging

Choral Arranging teaches the fundamental concepts and techniques to prepare students to write and arrange choral music for a variety of ensembles and in a variety of styles. The course will build upon the basic voice leading and arranging skills learned in the Music Theory sequence, developing a further understanding of vocal ranges, tessitura, age-specific arranging, various choral voicings, writing accompaniments, contemporary harmonies, counterpoint, music technology, and more. A variety of musical styles including classical, folk, pop, contemporary a cappella, and jazz will be covered. Pre-requisite: MUSC 224 - Music Theory and Analysis IV. Spring, alternate years.




MUSC 224 - Music Theory and Analysis IV.