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2005-2006 Graduate Catalog 
2005-2006 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]


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The Music Division offers graduate studies leading to the Master of Music degree with majors in music education, performance and conducting (choral and instrumental). Individualized curriculum possibilities are designed to meet student interests and needs while offering a balanced program of academic and professional courses.

All applicants must meet the admission requirements of the Graduate School and the Division of Music. Students must have a baccalaureate degree in music.

For more detailed information on admission requirements of specific degree programs, financial assistance, and graduate assistantships, write the Graduate Coordinator in Music, Class of 1944 Hall, The University of Maine, Orono, Maine 04469, (207) 581-1245.

Graduate Faculty

Laura Artesani, D.M.A. (West Virginia, 1997), Instructor and Assistant Chair, Division of Music. Keyboard musicianship, music history.

Dennis Cox, D.M.A. (Missouri at Kansas City, 1978), Professor. Choral music, music education, music history, graduate coordinator.

Curvin Farnham, M.M. (Vandercook College of Music, 1982), Associate Professor and Coordinator, School of Performing Arts. Band, music education.

Louis Hall, Ed.D. (Illinois, 1979), Professor. Music education, oboe.

Ludlow Hallman, Kapellmeister Diploma (Mozarteum, Salzburg, Austria, 1970), Professor. Voice, opera workshop, choral music.

Karel Lidral, Ed.D. (Illinois, 1986), Associate Professor. Music theory, jazz studies, saxophone.

Stuart Marrs, D.M. (Indiana, 1989), Professor and Music Chair. Percussion, music history.

Nancy Ogle, M.M. (Indiana, 1976), Professor. Voice, opera workshop.

Phillip Silver, D.M.A. (Washington, 1992), Associate Professor. Piano accompanying, music history.

Baycka Voronietzky, M.M. (Massachusetts, 1974), Associate Professor. Music theory, piano.

Christopher White, M.M. (Maine, 1994), Lecturer. Sports Bands.

Beth Wiemann, Ph.D. (Princeton, 1994), Associate Professor. Clarinet, theory, composition.

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