Organ (OR)

OR 101A Organ Primary 2 Credits

OR 101B Organ Primary 1 Credits

OR 101C Organ Elective 2 Credits

OR 101D Organ Elective 1 Credits

OR 101E Organ Primary 2 Credits

OR 101F Organ Primary 1 Credits

OR 101G Organ Primary 2 Credits

OR 201A Organ Primary 2 Credits

OR 201B Organ Primary 1 Credits

OR 201E Organ Primary 2 Credits

OR 201F Organ Primary 1 Credits

OR 201G Organ Primary 2 Credits

OR 301A Organ Primary 2 Credits

OR 301B Organ Primary 1 Credits

OR 301E Organ Primary 2 Credits

OR 301F Organ Primary 1 Credits

OR 301G Organ Primary 2 Credits

OR 401A Organ Primary 2 Credits

OR 401B Organ Primary 1 Credits

OR 401E Organ Primary 2 Credits

OR 401F Organ Primary 1 Credits

OR 401G Organ Primary 2 Credits

OR 433 Organ Literature I 3 Credits

Historical study of organ literature coordinated with a study of the development of the organ as a musical instrument.

OR 434 Organ Literature II 3 Credits

Continuation of OR 433.

OR 490 Independant Research and Study 1-4 Credits

Students may pursue a special topic for which they have prepared through prior course work. Only one project may be scheduled in a semester. The project may involve 1-4 credit hours. Students may count up to a maximum of 18 independent study hours toward graduation. Approval of the faculty sponsor, department chair, and dean required prior to the first day of the semester in which the project is to be completed. Minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 required.

Prerequisite(s): junior or senior standing.

OR 587 Organ Improvisation 2 Credits

A laboratory in the keyboard disciplines of modulation, transposition, improvisation and vocal score reading. Required for undergraduate Organ Performance majors; others may elect the course by permission of the instructor.

OR 588 Organ Pedagogy 2 Credits

Pedagogical approaches to organ playing. Required for undergraduate Organ Performance majors; others may elect the course by permission of the instructor.

OR 589 Organ Improvisation II 2 Credits

Continuation of OR 587.

OR 590 Accompanying at the Organ 2 Credits

Development of accompanying techniques essential to the professional organist. Arranging and transcription from piano reductions and orchestral scores; standard choral/organ literature. Leading congregational song; appropriate methods of instrumental registration.