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Louz'svz7Ilc Conservatory of Alusic
The Director and Educational Director of the Louisville Conservatory of
Music are charter members of the assembly for the formation of the National
Association of Schools of Music and Allied Arts, and the Academic Courses have
been arranged to comply with the requirements of the Association. Any variance
from the requirements will be corrected during the course of the year, the Com-
mittee. on Curricula not having decided all requirements at the time this catalog
goes to press. However, students graduating in 1926 will not be required to meet
the requirements outlined herein but will follow the course prescribed hereto-
fore. Training is offered in Pianoforte, Organ, Violin, Harp, Orchestral Instru-
ments, Voice, Dramatic Art and Expression, Normal Training, Public School
Music, and Public School Art. The Theoretical Department includes instruc-
tion in Theory, Ear Training, Sight Singing, Harmony, Form Analysis, Apprecia-
tion, Counterpoint, Harmonic Analysis, Composition, Orchestration, History of
Music. French, Italian, English, and Diction, as well as the Professional subjects
required of graduates from the Public School Music Department are obtained
either through the facilities of the Conservatory, or at the Louisville Normal
School, a fully accredited institution.
The Academic Courses, with the exception of the Normal, Dramatic Art and
Public School Music Courses, require four years for completion. The student,
to be able to complete an Academic Course in four years, must pass the entrance
examinations for the Freshman Class. Students are required to have a High
School education before they are eligible for courses leading to Degrees.
The most modern methods are used, and a graded recognized system of
credits for advancement has been established. Information relative to instruc-
tion in any department will be sent upon request.
SPECIAL STUDENTS '
Students not wishing to pursue the outlined course for graduation, or if con-
ditioned to a greater extent that five semester hours credit on High School require-
ment, may enroll as special students at any time during the year, and secure
training that will be credited toward an academic course when conditions are
A fully equipped Preparatory Department is conducted by the Louisville
College of Music. Students graduating from the College are accepted by the Con-
servatory as Freshmen, provided the High School requirement has been ful-
SCHOOL YEAR-SUMMER TERM
The regular school year consisting of forty weeks begins the Tuesday after
the first Monday in September. One week is allowed for Christmas vacation.
A Summer School of six weeks immediately follows the academic year, and offers
opportunity for training to those who are unable to attend the regular academic
course. It is especially attractive to teachers and those desiring intensive coach-
ing. Principal teachers continue in attendance throughout the Summer, and
special teachers are added for certain courses.
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L 0 it i s v 1' I I e C7 n n. s e r v ll, L 0 r y o -I' M 'll s li 1:
ENTRANCIC R EQUI REM IGNTS
To enter any academic course, students must have completed a four year
High School Course, or he conditioned not more than five SCIIIOSUPI' hours credit,
and agree to continue High School work until such credits are earned. They
must be able to play in a satisfactory and understanding manner an Invention
of Bach, one of the easier sonatas of Haydn or Mozart., and play all scales and
chords in all keys. Students should have a knowledge of elementary Theory and
Harmony, be sufficiently instructed in Ear and Eye Training to recognize the
different elements of music, and possess a knowledge of the major and minor
scales and diatonie intervals.
Students will he allowed credit for study in other institutions, or privately,
and examinations will he held before assignment to academic work.
Students wishing to enter the Conservatory for aeademie work should pre-
sent, to the lilducational Director, Arthur W. Mason, Certificate or a transcript
stating High School or College training. Upon acecptanee students will
lie asked to appear for examinations for advanced standing as follows: History
of Music, September 143 Harmony, Ciounterpoint, Harmonic Analysis, September
l5g Theory, Ear and Eye Training, Form Analysis, September l8. Examinations
in Applied Subjects will be conducted the second week of the term. No charge
will be made for examinations unless students require special examinations after
the regularly assigned examination days: then a reasonable fee will he requested.
If credits are furnished from a School of Music that is a memlmer of the National
Association ot' Schools of Music and Allied Arts, no examination is required.
GRADUA'l'1t JN AND DIPLOMA
Those who intend to lmecome teachers or artists, and to graduate as such,
will follow the academic course in their chosen suhjeet as outlined elsewhere
in this hook. Students must matriculate for their senior year not later than
October 1. and any lessons that have been missed must be made up before the
close ot' the first semester.
Upon satisfactory completion ol' the work required in the various courses
a Diploma or C'ertiticate will be granted. Those unalile to complete an Academic
Course, either through lack of ability or desire, will he granted a Certificate ot'
Attendance. A similar C'ert'ificat'e will lie granted to students following elcetive
lfurther information regarding C'ertilicates, Diplomas, and Degrees will he
found on page thirteen.
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