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All students must work closely with their studio teacher to
determine the timing of their recital and repertoire selections. Recital
requirements vary by degree program. Those degree programs with
required recitals (either one or two) are as follows:
*Although MUSC301 is titled "Junior Recital," it is the appropriate course code for a Music Education Degree Recital.
completion of the Undergraduate Composition Degree recital is attained
through a cumulative process. Composition premieres garnered by students
throughout their years of study at the University of Delaware may be
counted as part of the Degree Recital. Each premiere must be of a piece
that was composed by the student during the period in which he/she is
matriculated at the University of Delaware. Premieres on and off campus
may be considered providing that the student informs his/her composition
professor of the date and time of each premiere, ahead of time, so that
a member of the Composition Area faculty may attend. Presentation of a
concert program after the fact will not be acceptable. A recording with
the relevant concert program may be acceptable in the case of an
out-of-state premiere, a conference premiere or a premiere that a
composition professor is unable to attend.
All other music
major recitals are considered non-degree (no course registration) with
the approval of their private study instructor:
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