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Hey everyone! I'm Applying to Ithaca, Fredonia, and Potsdam and I wanted to know if my songs were acceptable.
Requirements for B.M. degrees in performance and performance/music education:
Four memorized songs chosen from classical solo voice literature only. These selections must include one 16th- to 18th-century Italian song or aria; one 19th-century German or 20th-century German or French art song; one 20th-century American or British art song; and one additional song of your choice from traditional vocal literature (musical theater selections, jazz, or original compositions are not acceptable).
Bachelor of Music in Music Education, Music Business, Music Studies or Bachelor of Arts in Music:*Candidates must present three (3) memorized pieces from standard classical vocal literature.* Repertoire must include pieces in English and at least one foreign language. * Candidates should perform age-appropriate pieces of varying styles and/or tempi.* Do not include music theater, jazz or pop styles.
Perform three memorized selections (four if auditioning for Performance or Music Education) chosen from the standard classical vocal literature. The selections must include at least two languages and contrasting styles. Note: musical theatre, jazz, or other styles are not acceptable.
Italian- Non So Piu (Mozart)
German- An Die Musik (Schubert)
French- Les Berceaux (Faure)
English- Sure On This Shining Night (Barber)
Optional: Voi Che Sapete (Mozart)
Che Faro Senza Euridice (Gluck)