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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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Louisville Conservatory of Jllusic
CERTIFICATES, DIPLOMAS AND DEGREES
CERTIFICATE OE A TTENDANCE. .
Granted to students not taking the Academic Course, but who have been in faithful
attendance, and whose averages have not been below 80 per cent- for one or more terms.
CERTIFICATE AS TEACHER.
Granted to students completing the equivalent of Junior work in the Academic Course,
and in addition the Normal Course as provided in the various departments.
1 'ERTIFICA TE A S S UPERVISO R. PUBLIC SCHOOL MUSIC.
Granted to students upon satisfactory completion of two year course in Public School
Music. Certificates may embrace Public School Art, provided students complete
satisfactorily a one year course of Art.
DIPLOMA. PUBLIC SCHOOL MUSIC.
Granted upon completion of a three year course in Public School Music.
DI PLOM A . SOLOI ST.
Granted to students completing required academic and applied work, and substi-
tuting and earning twenty-four additional credits in music in lieu of the twenty-four
DIPLOMA. B.-ICIIELOR OF MUSIC DEGREE.
Granted all students who have completed satisfactorily a four year course of training
in any academic department.
DEGREE. MASTER Olf' MUSIC.
Granted in accordance with the rules of the National Association of Schools of Music
and Allied Arts.
DEGREE. DOCTOR OF MUSIC. AN IIONORARY DEGREE.
Conferred upon teachers, artists, and those who have accomplished noteworthy
results in the advancement of music, with the approbation of the Committee from
the National Association of Schools of Music and Allied Arts.
Cerlrjicale of Allcnrlrmve ........... . - .... 8 5.00
Ccrlyicale as Teacher ...... .... 1 0.00
Certificate as Supervisor ..... .... 1 0.00
Diploma, B. M. Degree ..... .... 1 5.00
Diploma, Soloist .....,.,.,,, .... I 5.00
Diploma, MnsIer's Degree ...., -..-- 20.00
OUTLINE OF COURSES
In the pages immediately following will be found an outline of the work
required for each year of the academic course in the principal departments of the
Conservatory. The material mentioned is merely to indicate the standard and
type of material used, and to seine extent, the technical ability required of the
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