Thompson Rivers University
Thompson Rivers University

Music Courses

MUSIC 1700 CHORUS 1

  • For the instrumentalist or vocalist who can read music comfortably
  • Expand vocal strength and range
  • Performance-based content includes rehearsal and concerts
  • Performance-based final
  • May be used as large ensemble credit in a Bachelor of Music Program

All courses are 3 credits and university transferable.


Music Courses

MUSI 1700-3 Chorus 1 (3,0,0) 3 credits
MUSI 1800-3 Chorus 2 (3,0,0) 3 credits
MUSI1700 Chorus 1 (0,3,0)Thompson Rivers University

MUSI 1700 Chorus 1 (0,3,0)

Credits: 3 credits
Delivery: Campus

Students explore vocal and part-singing techniques, large ensemble skills, note and rhythm reading skills, and pronunciation of various language texts. The human body as a musical instrument is studied, with special emphasis on postural alignment, breath support, and sound production. Students are evaluated on their comprehension of theory, musical proficiency, and efficient use of rehearsal time by way of written and aural examinations, and a class performance.
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MUSI1800 Chorus 2 (0,3,0)Thompson Rivers University

MUSI 1800 Chorus 2 (0,3,0)

Credits: 3 credits
Delivery: Campus

A continuation of MUSI 1700, students further explore vocal and part-singing techniques, large ensemble skills, note and rhythm reading skills, and pronunciation of various language texts. Students expand their understanding of the human body as a musical instrument in the study of postural alignment, breath support and sound production. Students are evaluated on comprehension of theory, musical proficiency and efficient use of rehearsal time by way of written and aural examinations and a class performance.
Prerequisite: MUSI 1700 or audition
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