What is department of music?

  • (noun): The academic department responsible for teaching music and music appreciation.
    Synonyms: music department

Some articles on department of music, music, of music:

Coe College - Department of Music
... Coe College is known for a strong Department of Music, with a long history of excellence ... one out of every four students participates in music each year ... Marc Falk is chair of the Department of Music, which has been accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM) since 1962 ...
Aichi Prefectural University Of Fine Arts And Music - Departments - Department of Music
... undergraduate and graduate school programs) Composition Composition Musicology Vocal Music Instrumental Music Piano String Instruments The Winds and Percussion ...
Southeastern University (Florida) - Academics - College of Arts & Sciences - Department of Music
... Southeastern’s Department of Music offers challenging technical training and instruction in music theory and history to the serious performing musician ... Students may major in Music, Music Performance or Church Music, or earn a degree in Music Education through additional studies in Southeastern’s College ... Students must audition to become a music major at Southeastern ...

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