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W&P 702 Special Studies in Woodwind Instrument Pedagogy

W&P 702.  Special Studies in Woodwind Instrument Pedagogy.  1-3 Credits.     

Physiological factors of woodwind playing, teaching materials and techniques, practice methods, solo and chamber music repertoire, mouthpieces and reeds, discography, techniques of tone production, articulation, embouchure, and intonation. May be repeated for credit to a maximum of five hours.

Doctor of Musical Arts in Music Performance: Woodwinds

Doctor of Musical Arts The Doctor of Musical Arts (DMA) degree is a professional degree program that recognizes exceptional student academic and music qualifications in preparation for professional careers, including teaching at the university level. The DMA student has the opportunity to collaborate with music scholars, theorists, and other performers to attain a broad and well-rounded foundation for advanced careers in music. The degree of Doctor of Musical Arts is offered in: Church music (organ or choral conducting emphasis), Composition, Conducting (choral, orchestral, or wind), and Areas of performance.