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Music Repertoire (MREP) Classes

Please note that not all courses are offered every semester. This listing is not considered authoritative. Please visit Access.SMU for authoritative course offerings including meeting times, professor, and more.

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MREP 4114 (1). PIANO REPERTOIRE.
A broad survey of piano literature, including lectures and performances by the students enrolled. Performance styles and practices of every historical period are emphasized.

MREP 5030 (0). GUITAR REPERTOIRE.
Student performances of their solo repertoire and individual instruction in a master-class setting.

MREP 5040 (0). ORCHESTRAL REPERTOIRE: WOODWINDS.
Interpretive study and performance preparation of significant excerpts from selected orchestral repertoire.

MREP 5050 (0). ORCHESTRAL REPERTOIRE: BRASS.
Interpretive study and performance preparation of significant excerpts from selected orchestral repertoire.

MREP 5060 (0). ORCHESTRAL REPERTOIRE: STRINGS.
Interpretive study and performance preparation of significant excerpts from selected orchestral repertoire.

MREP 5070 (0). ORCHESTRAL REPERTOIRE: PERCUSSION.
Interpretive study and performance preparation of significant excerpts from selected orchestral repertoire.

MREP 5130 (1). GUITAR REPERTOIRE.
Student performances of their solo repertoire and individual instruction in a master-class setting.

MREP 5140 (1). ORCHESTRAL REPERTOIRE: WOODWINDS.
Interpretive study and performance preparation of significant excerpts from selected orchestral repertoire.

MREP 5150 (1). ORCHESTRAL REPERTOIRE: BRASS.
Interpretive study and performance preparation of significant excerpts from selected orchestral repertoire.

MREP 5160 (1). ORCHESTRAL REPERTOIRE: STRINGS.
Interpretive study and performance preparation of significant excerpts from selected orchestral repertoire.

MREP 5170 (1). ORCHESTRAL REPERTOIRE: PERCUSSION.
Interpretive study and performance preparation of significant excerpts from selected orchestral repertoire.

MREP 5209 (2). CLASSICAL AND ROMANTIC SONG LITERATURE.
(spring term of oddnumbered years) An overview of song literature from the Classical and Romantic periods. Students prepare repertoire for performance in class and make presentations on topics of specialized interest. Lectures focus on specific developmental trends such as the genesis of the song cycle, the evolution of the piano accompaniment in the 19th century, and links between poets and composers.

MREP 5210 (2). 20TH-CENTURY SONG LITERATURE.
(spring term of even-numbered years) A survey of repertoire and performance practices of song literature from the 20th century. Provides students with a general knowledge of the literature to acquaint them with performance notational practices and to develop the musical skills necessary to perform this literature.

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