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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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f,0u'1'sv1llG C071-SI?'l'Il!ll0l'?l of M it sic
DEPARTMENT OF PIANOFORTIC
ln no hranch of music do the personal characteristics and the physical lim-
ions of the performer enter more prominently than in artistic performance at
piano. Consequently, exercises and studies are carefully selected to meet
individual need of each student to bring into fullest development and control
the muscular equipment necessary for a dependahlc and facile technic. From
the rudiments of technic to the interpretation of master compositions, the work
of each teacher is planned for the individual student and presented in a logical,
systematic, and scientific manner.
The outline which follows, presents in a general way the standard literature
of the Academic Course. and is only a part of the wide range of musical material
with which the student hecomcs familiar.
YIC.-llf, 32 semester hour credits.
.'ll I LIICD, S0 private lessons and required preparation, 12 credits,
N4-ales: Major and Minor scales in all keys, played in octaves, thirds, and sixths
through four octaves. Arpeggi, triads, dominant seventh, dimin-
Sl1ul:'ws.' Czelny Op. 261 and 299. I-Ianon.
IflIf'lI.' Dance forms, easy Preludes and Fngues, Two Part lnventions.
Sonatas: llaydn. Mozart No. 2 in G and No. ti in F.
lfonumlic Mendelssohn, Songs Without Words, Grieg Lyric Pieces. Wedding Day
School: etc., Chopin, Mazurkas Waltzesg Schumann Forest Scenes, and other
selections of like grade.
rmltllllffll Schutt, Nollet, Chaminade, Scott. ltaclinianinofl. Tschaikowski, Rall,
School: Moszkowski, Torjnssen, Schytte, Sczalit.
.1lt'.AlDE.lllI'. l2 credits.
Theory 72 hours, llarmony l and ll, T2 hours, lflar and lflye Training.
I.7'I'li'.-1 I.. S credits. -
English Composition, 108 hours, Acoustics, 36 hours.
SUl'll0illOItIC Yllrllf, 36 semester hour credits.
.flI'l'l,llfII, 80 private lessons and required preparation, 12 credits.
Scales and .-Xrpeggi as in Freslunau year, added rhytlnns and faster tempi.
tSee examination outlinej
Three Part inventions, Little Prcludes and lfugnes.
Czerny Op. 335. Op, 337.
lfleethoven Op. I4 No. 2 and Op. 31 No. 1.
Mozart No. ltl in ll flat, No. IG in A minor and No. 17 in l".
Schumann Novclettes and Fantasie Pieces, Schulmert Impromptns.
Chopin Nocturnes. Waltzcs.
MacDowell, Leschetizky, Sinding, Dehnssy, Sjogren, Scott and others.
lDlfllllt', I2 credits.
Form Analysis I and ll, 72 hours, Harmony lil and IV, T2 hours, Ear and Nye Training,
l,7'I.'Ii'A L. 12
English Literature, 108 hoursg General Psychology, 108 hours.
30 semester hour credits.
.-IPPLIEIJ, S0 private lessons apd required preparations, 12 credits.
Scales and Arpeggi same as previous years in more rapid tcmpi.
Well Tempered Clavichord Book I, Suites.
Czcrny Op. 7-'l0.
Mozart No. 9 in A. No. IS Fantasie and Sonata, Beethoven Op. 10. No. 2,
Op. 2 No. 3, Op. 10 No. 1, Op. 26, Op. 31 No. 2. Grieg E minor. Men-
delssolm Concerto G Minor or D Minor.
Chopin Etudes Op. 10 No. 5, 6, S, 9, Op. 25, No. 1, 2, 95 lmpromptns Op.
29, 66, Nocturnes Op. 9 No, 2. Op. 15 No. lg Polonaises Op. 26,Seherzo
Op. 31, Schumann Op. 2, 12, 17, 213 Liszt Chant Polonaise No. 5, Lich-
estraume, and other selections of similar grade.
Lcsehetizky, Two Larksg Moszkowski, Caprice Espagnolg Godowsky,
Triakontamerong and like grades of MacDowellg Saint-Sacns, Debussy,
Raclunaninoft' and others.
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