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Page 48 text:
Louisville Conservatory of .Music
Applicants unknown to the management must furnish satisfactory references.
Regular hours are assigned each student for practice and no extra charge is
made for use of piano.
Each student should be provided with bedding for a single bed, towels for
personal use, six napkins and napkin ring, a drinking glass and teaspoon. CAll
linen must be plainly marked with the student's full name.D
Each student is allowed two sheets Cfor 3 x 6 bedj, six towels, three napkins
and a pillow case, in the laundry each week, for more pieces and larger sheets
regular laundry rates are charged. Students a1'e permitted the free use of the
dormitory laundry, no laund1'y work is permitted in the bedrooms or bathrooms.
No student is permitted to leave the building at any time, or to remain
away over night without the consent of the Dean in charge.
Students entering the dormitory are liable for the full term of their enroll-
ment and shall not be released therefrom except upon the approval of the man-
agement, and if so released shall pay at the rate applicable to "less than the aca-
demic yearn for the time they have been in the dormitory.
The Louisville Conservatory of Music provides a safe in its administration
building where articles of value may be deposited for safe-keeping and shall posi-
tively not be liable for loss sustained by students of articles of clothing or other
personal belongings, either through theft 01' otherwise, nor liable in any way for
damages, personal or otherwise, from causes beyond its control.
The management reserves the right to remove any student from the dormi-
tory when, in its judgment, the conduct of that student has been such as to warrant
her removal, and the amount for the full term of enrollment shall become due at
once whether or not the student has benefited to such an extent.
Every effort is made to impress each student with the responsibility of her
position, and violation of any regulation in effect at the present time or here-
after adopted shall se1've as sufficient reason for dismissal.
The rates of tuition have been placed as low as possible in order to operate
at a safe margin of profit, and, therefore, the Louisville Conservatory of Music
docs not offer as many scholarships as institutions where higher rates are charged
for general tuition purposes. With the consent of the teachers, the Director
grants partial scholarships to a limited number of students unable to meet the
regular payments, provided such students possess unusual ability, talent and
general musicianship. Those wishing to apply should set out in detail the funds
available for musical training in order that cou1'ses and partial scholarships may
The full privileges of the Louisville Free Public Library Cwhich is one of the
most magnificent and complete in the countryb are free to students of the Con-
servatory. The library has recently added greatly to its collection of musical
literature, textbooks, biographies, scores, et cetera, and reserves on notification
by a member of the faculty, reference books for use in the Conservatory, and will
add such new books as are suggested by the Faculty, for the benefit of the Con-
- TERMS OF TUITION
The cost of tuition varies according to the grade and the teacher.
PAYABLE STRICTLY IN ADVANCE EACH TERM OF TEN WEEKS
An annual enrollment feeyof 31.00 a subject is charged each student and is
payable at the time of matrieulation.
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Louisville Conservatory of Jllusic
byterian Theological Seminary, the Baptist Theological Seminary, the University
of Louisville, the Young Women's Christian Association,1and also within a few
minutes walk of the shopping district.
The Delta Omic1'on CZeta Chapterl, Mu Phi Epsilon CM11 Sigma Chapterj,
Mu Iota Lamda and the Town Club are societies that add interest and pleasure
to the dormitory life. Numerous social functions given by these societies and also
those arranged by the Dean of Women afford opportunity for meeting old friends
and acquiring new ones, and in this way keeps the student in touch with the
social and musical activities of the city.
All rooms are equally desirable so far as light, heat and location are con-
cerned. The cost per term of ten weeks including board, furnished room, piano
rent and plain laundry varies according to the number of girls occupying a room.
Accommodations for two girls in a room cost 3595.00 to 35115.00 and single rooms
35125.00 per term. These rates apply to enrollments for the full academic year
of four terms. Students entering the dormitory for the full season and with-
drawing before the close thereof shall be charged at the 1'ate applicable to less
than the full year for the time they remained in the dormitory. The less than
full year rate is 20 per cent over the full year rate above quoted.
Only a limited number of students can be accommodated at the dormi-
tory 5 therefore it is advisable to send application for reservation as soon as possible
with a deposit of 351-5.00, which amount will be credited to the student's account
at the beginning of the fourth term. The reservation fee will not be refunded in
case a pupil fails to enter. However, upon notification two weeks in advance of
entrance date reserved the credit will be extended to a future term.
Applicants are requested to give references as the management is careful
to allow accommodations only to serious students furnishing evidence of highest
character and integrity.
All business matters connected with the Conservatory must be transacted
at the business otlice and not with teachers. This includes payment of tuition,
arrangement of lesson periods, change of lesson hours, etc.
Teachers are not authorized to excuse absence from lessons and no deduction
will be made for missed lessons except in cases of protracted illness when due
notice in writing has been received at the office.
Opportunity will be given students to make up occasional lessons missed
from illness, but only when such lessons can be made up before the expiration
of the current season and when notice of absence has been given the Registrar
before 9 A. M. of the day of such lesson.
Money paid by students and remaining to their credit will not be available
for tuition unless applied for within the season in which such credit is made.
Seniors are required to pay at the office the fees for diplomas or certificates
not later than the beginning of the fourth term, and no diploma or certificate
will be granted unless the averages upon final examination are of the standard
A deposit of 355.00 is required of each student upon matriculation, as a break-
age fee, and the unused po1'tion thereof will be returned to student upon presenta-
tion of receipt at close of academic year.
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Louisville Conservatory of Music
PIANO .,,, ,.,.,,... . . ..... ..., 35 20.00 to 51580.00
VOICE ..... .H.. 4 0.00 to 150.00
ORGAN .,,,..,. ......- . .- ............ 60.00
VIOLIN ........i,,...,,I,.......I....-. .i,.,.........I,.. 2 5.00 to 60.00
VIOLONCELLO .... T .............................................. 60.00
ORCHESTRAL INSTRUMENTS QWood Winds, Brasses, etcj -30.00 to 40.00
LANGUAGESN .,.,.,., -,,,,............ Ie--.. .,,,.,,I, ,,,--- 30.00
HARMONY ..... .. ...,.,,..... . ..... .. ..................,... 25.00 to 40.00
COUNTERPOINT .... .....,........,... . ....--- , ...,. --- 40.00
COMPOSITION AND ORCHESTRATION ..... 40.00
SUPERVISORS COURSE PUBLIC SCHOOL MUSIC .,.,,,,,, ,,.. Sli 225.00
SUPERVISORS COURSE PUBLIC SCHOOL DRAWING .... . , I... 40.00
PIANO NORMAL COURSE .,,,,..,,, 0 III.,,,,. I ,...--I , 4,-,100.00
TEACHERS TRAINING CVoealQ ,.,I,,,, ,, .L 1- I,,,.,,,,, , I , , 25.00
TEACHERS TRAINING CViolinJ., .... - - 25.00
LANGUAGES CI11 Classj .........,, A 1, 30.00
ENGLISH COMPOSITION- - ., - - ,I v - - 30.00
ENGLISH LITERATURE- - , , 1 - 30.00
ENSEMBLE, .. .. - - ,. - .. ,. .- - I 1 - 50.00
ACOUSTICS, ,... O U, 15.00
DICTIONF--. MI..- 15.00
CHORUS ....... . ..... ,.,. 15.00
ACCOMPANYING ...........,..,,,....,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,-,,, 40,00 to 120.00
PHYSICAL CULTURE CRequired of dormitory studentsj ...... , .. - ,. .... 10.00
PSYCHOLOGY .,.. .I,...,,, I .,M,N,,,M,.,..,MdN-,,,, H 4 ,Y A 30,00
THEORETICAL SUBJECTS IN CLASSES
THEORY .... I -,,3ii20.00
HARMONY.. -... .. - ,, , 20.00
COUNTERPOINTU-. . H- 20.00
COMPOSITION ...... . ...1. , , , 20.00
ORCHESTRATION - - .. - - . ,. , - - .. - .. 20.00
HARMONIC ANALYSIS --... .1 . 20.00
FORIVI ANALYSIS .,,...,,., , , - 20.00
EAR AND EYE TRAININGIW.. 20.00
HISTORY ,,.. ,, ,, .. ..I...,,,,,.. , 20.00
SCHOOL OF EXPRESSION AND DRAMATIC ART
COMPLETE COURSE Cleacling to graduationj ...... ..,1., , . .- . -- . 55250.00
PRIVATE LESSONS Ctwo weekly for academic yearj M-.. -. . - - 200.00
JUNIOR COURSE--- ............................ , - .. 80-00
COURSE A Qtwo private lessons and one class lessonlm- , ,- 225.00
COURSE B Ctwo class lessons and one private lessonb ......... .. .- .. M.- 150-00
COURSE C Cone class lesson weekly and one private lesson every 75 00
other weekj .......... . ..... .. ....................... -
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