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MUL-1010
Introduction to Music
3 Credits
Covers the basic principles of music and techniques for listening to music, with an emphasis on Western music from the 17th century to the present.  College level reading and writing skills are required.
 
MUM-1623
Electronic Music: Introduction to MIDI
3 Credits
An Introduction to electronic music composition through lecture and studio instruction, with an emphasis on the MIDI system, in conjunction with computers and the digital synthesizer. Prerequisite(s): MUT-1111 
 
MUN-1120
Concert Band I
1 Credit
Provides for participation in a concert band, which performs traditional and contemporary music. This course may be repeated unlimited times for credit.
 
MUN-1310
Chorus
1 Credit
Provides for participation in a chorus, which performs a variety of music at college and public functions. This course may be repeated unlimited times for credit.  
 
MUN-1340
Vocal Ensemble
1 Credit
Provides for participation in small performing groups and includes the study of traditional and contemporary music. This course may be repeated unlimited times for credit.  
 
MUN-1410
String Ensemble
1 Credit
Provides for participation in small instrumental groups and includes the study of traditional and contemporary music. This course may be repeated unlimited times for credit.  
MUN-1420
Woodwind Ensemble
1 Credit
Provides for participation in small instrumental groups and includes the study of traditional and contemporary music. This course may be repeated unlimited times for credit.  
MUN-1430
Brass Ensemble
1 Credit
Provides for participation in small instrumental groups and includes the study of traditional and contemporary music. This course may be repeated unlimited times for credit.

 
MUN-1440
Percussion Ensemble, Small Ensemble
1 Credit
Provides for participation in small instrumental groups and includes the study of traditional and contemporary music. This course may be repeated unlimited times for credit.  
 
MUN-1450
Piano Ensemble
1 Credit
Designed to assist the pianist in learning how to perform in ensemble with other musicians. Repertoire will include piano duet and duo-piano works from the standard repertoire. May be repeated for credit each semester.
Prerequisite(s): instructor’s permission
 
MUN-1710
Stage Band I Major Ensemble
1 Credit
Provides for participation with a select group of musicians who perform contemporary jazz and stage band music. This course may be repeated unlimited times for credit.
 
MUO-1001
Musical Theatre Workshop
2 Credits
Open to those interested in Musical Theatre with approval of the instructor. Includes development of musical theatre repertoire, acting and movement performance skills. May include mock auditions or a public performance. This class is a performance class and participation is required. This course may be repeated unlimited times for credit.  
MUS-1010
Recital Attendance
0 Credits
Students in this course are required to attend recitals and concerts approved by the Hillsborough Community College, Ybor City School of Visual and Performing Arts Music Department. This course is required of all students enrolled in Applied Music, principal instrument (or voice) courses. It is a non-credit S/U (Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory) course.
 
MUT-1001
Fundamentals of Music
3 Credits
Focuses on music fundamentals for non-music majors, with an emphasis on reading music, keys, scales, simple chords and their practical application.  

 
MUT-1111
Music Theory I
3 Credits
Covers the rudiments of music, with an emphasis on major and minor scales, rhythmic and melodic notation, triads, intervals, cadences, chords and inversions and four-part music writing. Topics include the development of aural and visual skills in music reading, rhythmic, melodic and harmonic dictation and the practical application of basic harmonic principles. 
Corequisite(s): MUT-1241L  
 
MUT-1112
Music Theory II
3 Credits
A continuation of MUT-1111.
Corequisite(s): MUT-1242L  
 
MUT-1241L
Sight Singing & Ear Training I
1 Credit
Trains students to visually and aurally recognize the melodic, rhythmic and harmonic patterns studied in Theory I, translate patterns from aural stimulus to notation and visual/cognitive stimulus to performance in real time.
 
Corequisite(s): MUT-1111  
MUT-1242L
Sight Singing & Ear Training II
1 Credit
Trains students to visually and aurally recognize the melodic, rhythmic and harmonic patterns studied in Theory II, translate patterns from aural stimulus to notation and visual/cognitive stimulus to performance in real time
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Corequisite(s): MUT-1112  
MUT-2116
Music Theory III
3 Credits
Focuses on the development of music from Beethoven through the 20th century, with an emphasis on the techniques of four-part harmonization, including triads and chords, with an Introduction to counterpoint. Corequisite(s): MUT-2246L
 
MUT-2117 Music Theory IV
3 Credits
A continuation of MUT-2116.
Corequisite(s): MUT-2247L
 
MUT-2246L
Sight Singing & Ear Training III
1 Credit
Trains students to visually and aurally recognize the melodic, rhythmic and harmonic patterns studied in Theory III, translate patterns from aural stimulus to notation and visual/cognitive stimulus to performance in real time.
Corequisite(s): MUT-2116  
 
MUT-2247L
Sight Signing & Ear Training IV
1 Credit
Trains students to visually and aurally recognize the melodic, rhythmic and harmonic patterns studied in Theory IV, translate patterns from aural stimulus to notation and visual/cognitive stimulus to performance in real time.
Corequisite(s): MUT-2117
 
MVK-1111
Freshman Class Piano
1 Credit
Covers beginning piano skills for non-keyboard music majors by combining lecture and outside practice. This course may be repeated 1 time(s) for credit.
Prerequisite(s): MVK-1811
 
MVK-1811
Class Piano for Non-Music Majors
1 Credit
Beginning piano for the non-music major. This course may be repeated 4 time(s) for credit.
 
MVK-2121
Sophomore Class Piano
1 Credit
Prepares the non-keyboard music major in basic piano proficiency. This course may be repeated 1 time(s) for credit.  Prerequisite(s): MVK-1111