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  • Pacific Union College Department of Music

    Music StudentHandbook

    2016 - 2017

    One Angwin AvenueAngwin, CA 94508(707) 965-6201FAX (707) 965-6738

    www.puc.edu/academics/departments/music/home

  • Instructions for filling out electronic PDFs

    Many of the forms used in the Department of Music are interactive PDFs. You can find these forms on the PUC Music home page, and on CANVAS. You may also e-mail the office and request that the form be e-mailed to you. It is important that you open and fill out the form properly. Instructions for filling out on-line PDFs: You must have Adobe Reader on your computer to properly save and enter information in interactive PDFs. You can download Adobe Reader for free by going to http://get.adobe.com/reader/ Log in to CANVAS - ClickonthefirsttabnamedCoursesscrolldowntoMusicMajors. OnleftsideclickonFilesMusicMajorsfolderFORMS - Click on the form you want. The document will be downloaded to your computer and open. (You should see a sentence at the top indicating that you can save data in this form). - Enter your information. - Save As... and enter your last name at the beginningofthefilename. Itissuggestedthatyousavethefiletoyourdesktopsoitiseasytolocate. - E-mail the form to: MUSIC@PUC.EDU and to your teacher.

    Dropbox.com

    TheDepartmentofMusicutilizesDropbox.comasastoragefacilityforforms,Finaleprojects,etc.EachmusicmajorhasafolderinDropbox.comwhereyoucanstoremusicprojectsyouareworkingoninthecomputerlabsoyoucanaccess them from other computers.

    Thereisafoldercalled!FORMS!thatcontainsvariousPDFformsyouwillneedthroughoutthequarter.Pleasedupli-cateaformandrenameitwithyourLASTnameatthebeginningofthenameBEFOREfillingitinsotheoriginalformisblankforthenextperson.YoucanreturncertainformstothemusicofficebyplacingthemintheappropriatefolderinDropbox:Forms...toLinda,oryoumaye-mailthemto MUSIC@PUC.EDU.

  • Table of Contents

    All the forms referenced in this handbook can be obtained from theMusic Office, from Dropbox.com or from CANVAS.

    ii-iii MusicDepartmentCalendarofEvents

    1-24 Academics

    1 Degree Level Student Learning Outcomes

    2 HowtoBecomeaMusicMajor

    2-7 InformationforAllMusicMajors

    3-4 Sophomore Evaluation

    3-5 InformationforB.Mus.Composition&B.Mus.EducationMajors

    6-7 Audition Guidelines

    8-9 PrivateMusicLessons

    10-11 Juries

    12 CollegiuminMusic:Concert&RecitalAttendance

    13-14 Tests

    15 Portfolio

    16-20 Recitals

    21-23 Ensembles

    24 Financial Information

    25 MusicScholarships

    26-27 Paulin Hall Facilities and Instruments

    28 Paulin Center for the Creative Arts (PCCA)

    28 MusicClub

    29 Honors and Social Groups

    30-34 Faculty and Staff

    35 A Brief History

    36-41 Policies and Guidelines

    36 Practice Room Usage Policy

    37 Computer Lab Usage Policy

    38-39 Auditorium and Lobby Usage Guidelines

    40-41 Kitchenette Usage Guidelines

    42-44 Program Level SLO Rubrics

    45 MusicCompositionRubric

    46-59 Curriculum Guides

    60 Index

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  • FALL Quarter 2016September 26 Monday INSTRUCTION Begins 29 Thursday LAST DAY TO ADD/DELETE CLASSESOctober 16 Sunday 4:00 pm Faculty Recital: Rachelle Berthelsen Davis, violin & Beverly Wesner-Hoehn, harp 7:30 pm Natalie Raney, cello & Rachel Kim, pianoNovember 14 Monday 6:00 pm PCCA Student Recital 15 Tuesday 6:00 pm PCCA Student Recital 18 - Nov. 27 THANKSGIVING RECESS 29 Tuesday 6:00 pm General Student Recital 30 Wednesday 6:00 pm General Student Recital December 4 Sunday 4:00 pm Symphonic Wind Ensemble Concert 7:00 pm String Ensemble Concert 9 Friday 8:00 pm Christmas Concert (PUC Church Sanctuary) 10 Sabbath 4:00 pm Christmas Concert (PUC Church Sanctuary) 11 Sunday 6:00 pm Listening Exam (Choir Room) 12 - 15 FINAL EXAMSDec. 16 - Jan. 8 CHRISTMAS RECESS

    WINTER Quarter 2017January 9 Monday INSTRUCTION BEGINS 16 Monday NO CLASSES (Martin Luther king Jr. Day) 29 Sunday 7:00 pm Music Faculty Recital 30 Monday 6:00 pm PCCA Student Recital 31 Tuesday 6:00 pm PCCA Student RecitalFebruary 1 Wednesday 6:00 pm PCCA Student Recital 3 Friday NO CLASSES (Mid quarter Break) 11 Sabbath 4:00 pm Hans Hielscher Organ Recital (PUC Church Sanctuary) 21-25 Wed. - Sat. Academy Choral Festival 25 Sabbath 4:00 pm Academy Choral Festival Concert (PUC Church SanctuaryMarch 7 Tuesday 6:00 pm General Student Recital 8 Wednesday 6:00 pm General Student Recital 11 Saturday 7:00 pm Choral Concert 12 Sunday 4:00 pm Symphonic Wind Ensemble Concert 14 Tuesday 7:00 pm String Ensemble Concert 18 Saturday 8:00 pm Orchestra Concert 19 Sunday 6:00 pm Listening Exam

    PACIFIC UNION COLLEGE DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC

    2016 - 2017Calendar of Event

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  • Programs subject to changeAll programs in Paulin Hall Auditorium unless otherwise noted. (707) 965-6201 www.puc.edu/music-events www.puc.edu/pcca

    March 20 -23 FINAL EXAMS 24 - Apr. 2 SPRING VACATION

    SPRING Quarter 2017April 3 Monday INSTRUCTION BEGINS 22 Sabbath 4:00 pm Alumni Weekend Concert May 14 Sunday 4:00 pm Orchestra Concert 16 Tuesday 5:30 pm Golden State Choral Festival Concert (PUC Church Sanctuary) 21 Sunday 4:00 pm Symphonic Wind Ensemble Concert 22 Monday 6:00 pm PCCA Student Recital 23 Tuesday 6:00 pm PCCA Student Recital 24 Wednesday 6:00 pm PCCA Student Recital 27 - 29 MEMORIAL WEEKEND- NO CLASSES 30 Tuesday 6:00 pm General Student Recital 31 Wednesday 6:00 pm General Student RecitalJune 3 Saturday 8:00 pm Choral Concert 6 Thursday 7:00 pm String Ensemble Concert 11 Sunday 6:00 pm Listening Exam 12 - 15 FINAL EXAMS 18 COMMENCEMENT

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  • Degree Level Student Learning Outcomes(SLOs)

    (Rubrics can be found on pages 42-45. Curriculum guides can be found on pages 46-59).

    Successful Bachelor of Music major with an emphasis in Music Education will be able to Demonstrateskillasasoloandensembleperformerwhocanworkasaprofessionaleducator. (SLO Rubric 1, page 42) Applyspecificknowledgeinmusictheory,musichistory,andconductingrelevanttoaprofessional career as a music educator. (SLO Rubrics 2 and 3, pages 42-43) AppreciatethediversityofmusicalstyleswithinandoutsidethetraditionalcanonofWesternmusic. (SLO Rubric 2, page 42) Think,speak,andwriteclearlyandeffectivelyaboutmusic.(SLORubric2,page42) Utilizeskillstoworkwithcurrenttechnologyinmusicnotationandsynthesis,andotherrelevant media. (SLO Rubric 4, page 43) DemonstratetheappropriatepedagogicalskillsnecessarytofunctionasaneffectiveK-12music educator. (SLO Rubric 5, page 44)Curriculum Guide, page 48-49 (yellow)

    Successful Bachelor of Music major with an emphasis in Composition will be able to Demonstratealevelofcompetenceasasoloandensembleperformerappropriateforacomposer (SLO Rubric 1, page 42) Applycreativeknowledgeinmusictheory,musichistory,andbasicconductingrelevanttoacomposer. (SLO Rubrices 2 and 3, pages 42-43) AppreciatethediversityofmusicalstyleswithinandoutsidethetraditionalcanonofWesternmusic. (SLO Rubric 2, page 42) Think,speak,andwriteclearlyandeffectivelyaboutmusic.(SLORubric2,page42) Utilizeappropriateskillstoworkwithcurrentmediainsynthesis,notation,andvisualmedia (SLO Rubric 4, p. 43) ComposemusicintheWesternconcerttradition,musicforvisualmedia,andmusicforothertraditions or cultures. (SLO Rubric 5, page 44)Curriculum Guide, page 46-47 (orchid)

    Successful Bachelor of Science Music major will be able to Demonstratealevelofcompetenceasasoloandensembleperformerappropriateforamusicianedu- cated in the liberal arts. (SLO Rubric 1, page 42) Applyspecificknowledgeinmusictheory,musichistory,andbasicconductingrelevanttoamusician educated in the liberal arts. (SLO Rubrics 2 and 3, pages 42-43) AppreciatethediversityofmusicalstyleswithinandoutsidethetraditionalcanonofWesternmusic. (SLO Rubric 2, page 42) Think,speakandwriteclearlyandeffectivelyaboutmusic.(SLORubric2,page42) Utilizefoundationalskillsincurrenttechnologyinmusicnotationandsynthesis.(SLORubric4,page43)Curriculum Guide, page 50-51 (green)

    Successful Associate of Science Music major will be able to Demonstratealevelofcompetenceasasoloandensembleperformerappropriateforaconnoisseur musician. (SLO Rubric 1, page 42) Applyfoundationalknowledgeinmusictheory,musichistory,andconducting. (SLO Rubrics 2 and 3, pages 42-43) AppreciatethediversityofmusicalstyleswithinandoutsidethetraditionalcanonofWesternmusic. (SLO Rubric 2, page, 42)Curriculum Guide, page 52-53 (blue)

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    ACADEMICS

  • Information for all Music Majors

    Allmusicmajorsshouldstudytheinformationconcerningthegeneraleducationrequirementsrelevant toyourdegreefound in the Pacific Union College General CatalogfortheyearyoustartedatPUC.Inaddition,allmusicmajorsshouldbefamiliarwiththespecificmusicmajorrequirementsasfoundonpages129-136oftheGeneral Catalog. These are the coursesyoumustpasswithatleastaCtoreceiveyourdegree.BachelorofMusicvoiceperformanceemphasismajorsarerequiredtocompletesatisfactorilyoneyearofFrench,German,orItalian.Youradvisorwillhelpyouthroughtheintricaciesoffiguringoutyourprogram,but YOU are ultimately responsible for the classes you take and for achieving your degree.

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    How to Become A Music Major (Privatelessonfeewillbewaivedifallrequirementsaremeteachquarter.)

    Step 1-Onyourapplicationtothecollege,statethatyouwanttobeamusicmajor.Ifyouarealready enrolledatPUC,youcansubmitachangeofmajorthroughtheRegistrarsOfficeoronlineinWebAdvisor.

    Step 2-Passanentranceauditioninyourmajorinstrumentorvoice(seepage6-7forauditionrequirements).

    Step 3-REGISTERforMusicPerformanceLess

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