368 String Literature and Pedagogy (0.50)

Students examine scores and listen to a broad range of string etudes, solos, sonatas, concertos, and orchestral excerpts with attention to notable performers of the past and present. Through required readings, listening assignments, video viewing, discussion, and hands-on teaching, students engage with practical issues of teaching, repertoire selection for beginning and intermediate players, performance and basic studio management. Prerequisites: Music 214, 241, and 242 or permission of instructor. Offered fall semester 2013-14 and alternate years.