Button Menu
MUS 184

On-Campus Extended Studies Course

An on-campus course offered during the Winter or May term. May be offered for .5 course credits or as a co-curricular (0 credit). Counts toward satisfying the Extended Studies requirement.

Distribution Area Prerequisites Credits
Variable

Winter Term information

Scotty Stepp

184A: Musical Instrument Repair and Adjustments

Course Time: 9:00 a.m.-noon MTWF
Location: GCPA 1118
Fees: $125
Prerequisites: None

The class will provide the student with a basic understanding of how instrument repair will impact them as teachers and professional musicians. A basic understanding of the music business with regard to repair contracts, instrument nomenclature, what to look for when purchasing new instruments, and repair techniques will be discussed. By the end of the course, the student will be able to determine if the instrument is working properly, and the proper course of action needed for repair. Most woodwind and brasswind instruments will be covered. Each student will become skilled with basic tools and comfortable working on musical instruments.


Kerry Jennings

184B: DePauw Opera: 'Cendrillon' by Jules Massenet

Course Time: 9-8 M-F; 10-5 Sat.; 1-6 Sun. (We do not use all hours for all students)
Location: Kresge Auditorium/Moore Theatre
Fees: None
Prerequisites: Audition only (September), or permission of instructor.

DePauw Opera produces Jules Massenet's 'Cendrillon' (Cinderella) to be sung in French. The performances (with English supertitles and full orchestra, fully staged) are at the start of second term, February 9-12.


Kerry Jennings

184C: DePauw Opera: 'Cendrillon' by Jules Massenet

Course Time: 9-8 M-F; 10-5 Sat.; 1-6 Sun. (We do not use all hours for all students)
Location: Kresge Auditorium/Moore Theatre
Fees: None
Prerequisites: Audition only (September), or permission of instructor.

DePauw Opera produces Jules Massenet's 'Cendrillon' (Cinderella) to be sung in French. The performances (with English supertitles and full orchestra, fully staged) are at the start of second term, February 9-12.