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Dr. Danny Stevens
Courses in Music Theory provide students with a set of portable
tools that they can use in the various musical situations in which they
might find themselves. These classes expose students to a broad array of
approaches to understanding, analyzing, hearing, performing and
composing music. Theory classes are an integral part of the core
curriculum at the University of Delaware; all music majors take a
four-semester sequence of both written theory and aural skills. Courses
in counterpoint, orchestration, analysis, keyboard harmony and seminars
are also available to students who wish to pursue more advanced work. By
offering numerous ways to deepen one’s engagement with music, theory
courses provide a solid foundation for musical experiences at the
University of Delaware and beyond.
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Dr. John Conrad
Students majoring in Music Theory complete a rigorous program that
prepares them to go on to graduate study in the field. In addition to
working closely with the theory faculty, students receive mentoring and
are encouraged to attend and present at regional and national
conferences. Students majoring in Music Theory may also write an
extended research paper on a related topic chosen in consultation with
Jon A. Conrad