Da Capo is a learning community that supports musically creative and talented first-year students at Buffalo State who have been accepted to the Music Department through audition.
Da Capo assists students in the development of basic fundamentals needed to succeed in any professional career in music. Courses in music theory, aural skills, writing, acoustics, and an introductory course in music studies and careers explore the years 1600-1920.
Da Capo members work closely with each other as well as faculty in the artistic adventures encountered in the life of a music major.
Da Capo is for declared music majors only. Interested students must audition before being accepted into the music major. For more information call (716) 878-6401 or visit http://music.buffalostate.edu.
MUS 122 - Introduction to Music Studies and Careers
Dr. Carolyn Guzski, Music Department
MUS 218 - Aural Perception I
Dr. Victoria Furby, Music Department
MUS 230 - Music Theory I
Dr. Crystal Reinoso, Music Department
PHY 103 - The Physics of Sound
Dr. Dan MacIsaac, Physics Department
CWP 101 - College Writing I
Prof. Shevaun O’Connell, College Writing Program
UNC 101 - Integrated Hour
Team taught by all faculty members
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