Music Department

  • (noun): The academic department responsible for teaching music and music appreciation.
    Synonyms: department of music

Some articles on music department, music:

Saint Basil Academy (Jenkintown, Pennsylvania) - Course Offerings - Music Department
... Guitar I Instrumental Ensemble Madrigals Theory I Theory II Choral Music Music Appreciation American Music Advanced Placement Music Glee Club Ukrainian Singers ...
Dwight L. Armstrong - Publication of Hymns
... hymns, setting words from the Psalms to music ... words of Psalms—and/or any other Scripture—to music in the four-part harmony style of hymns." ... As of the mid-1990s, Ambassador University Music Department chair Ross F ...
Magic City Jazz Orchestra - History
... Later, the founding members of SuperJazz decided to affiliate with the newly formed Music Department at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB), and subsequently became the ... After a 20-plus year association with the UAB Music Department, ties were severed and the band adopted John Carroll Catholic High School as its rehearsal and concert home for several years ... The CD, produced by UAB Music Department faculty members Ray Reach and Henry Panion and recorded at UAB's Alys Stephens Center for the Performing Arts, features arrangements by ...
Amity Regional High School - Music Department
... Its 2007 show contained music from the film Pirates of the Caribbean The Curse of the Black Pearl while its 2008 show contained music from the Cirque du Soleil show La Nouba ... while a new staged performance called Music In Motion was put into a trial production ... The show included music from The Phantom of the Opera, the film Pirates of the Caribbean The Curse of the Black Pearl, and the theme music from television show The Simpsons ...

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