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Music Appreciation


 with Bart Mattingly

short description:
Music History & Theory, composers, world music, church music, and other influences throughout history.
long description:
MAJOR COURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVES: Upon successful completion of this
course the student will be expected to:

1. Demonstrate an increased proficiency in music vocabulary.

2. Identify the major periods in music history.

3. Recognize certain genres by listening to musical examples and identifying their

4. Distinguish between composers? styles.

5. Demonstrate an appreciation of various musical styles including those
previously unfamiliar to the student.

COURSE CONTENT: Topical areas of study include -

Composers Musical style

Composition Music theory

Acoustics Orchestration

Technology Instrumentation

Harmony History of music
level of difficulty:
all welcome
minimum class size:
Most evenings.
fee comments:
 session structure





Music Appreciation

live session

Music History & Theory, composers, world music, church music, and other influences throughout history.

1h 0m

total duration: 1h 0m over 1 session(s)
comments: n.a.

languages: English
duration: 1h 0m
fee: 50US$  (500lp)
payment: at booking
delivery method: live online

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United States

Bart Mattingly

description of :
I'm currently adjunct faculty at a college in Indiana. I
was a teaching assistant at Murray State university and
I've taught middle and high school band. I'm an award-
winning composer and I'm working on my Master of
Music degree.
Teacher's qualifications:
Curriculum Vitae

Barton Mattingly ? 529 Camden Ave. Louisville, KY 40215
(502) 649-4245 ?

Southern Oregon University; Ashland, OR -Summer
courses 2009-2011
M.M. in Conducting expected August, 2011
Murray State University; Murray, KY -Fall 2008
Graduate teaching assistant for the music
Rehearsed marching and symphonic bands
Bellarmine University; Louisville, KY -Fall 2003-Spring
B.A. in Music with an emphasis in euphonium
Work study for the music department (2003-2007)
International School; Salzburg, Austria -Summers 2005
and 2008
KIIS Study Abroad Program; Credits through Murray
State University

Teaching Experience
Bellarmine University; Louisville, KY (Spring 2010)
Adjuct faculty teaching instrumental ensembles
Ivy Tech Community College; Sellersburg, IN (Fall 2009-
Spring 2010)
Faculty teaching music appreciation
Christian Academy of Louisville; Louisville, KY (Fall
2007-Spring 2008)
5th through 8th grade concert bands
Assistant high school director in teaching:
A.P. Music Theory and Music History
Percussion ensemble, concert band, marching
band, and pep band
Jeffersontown High School; Louisville, KY
Marching band brass instructor (2005, 2006 and
2009 seasons)
Jefferson County Public Schools; Louisville, KY
Substitute teacher for JCPS (Fall 2005-Spring 2007)

Ensemble Experience
Instrumental: Euphonium, Tuba, Trombone, Trumpet,
String Bass, and voice
Conducted the KIIS Concert Choir in the Dom St. Rupert
Cathedral in
Salzburg, Austria (June 2008)
Bellarmine University (2002-2007)
Wind Symphony, Chamber Winds, Pep Band, and
small ensembles
Douglass Blvd. Christian Church (2006-2008)
Music associate -Bass section leader
Our Lady of the Woods Chapel; Bellarmine University
Various instruments for weekly services
Southeast Christian Church ensembles (2000-2005)
Derby City Brass Band (1999-2002)
BBb Tuba

(CD production of sacred choral works expected by fall
Libera Me; (SSATB)
Part of the requiem mass; 2009
The Cross of Snow; (SATB)
Based on the poem by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow;
Souls Lament; (TTBB)
Inspired by the painting Anguish by Archan Nair;
Pie Jesu; (SSAA)
Commissioned by Douglass Blvd. Christian Church to
announce the first Sunday of lent; 2009
Salve, Sancta Parens; (SATB)
Composed for the KIIS Concert Choir; Salzburg,
Austria; June 2008
Mass for Lent; 2007-2009
Kyrie; (SATB)
Sanctus; (SATB)
Agnus Dei; (SSATB)
O Magnum Mysterium; (SSATB)
First place in the 2007 KMEA Collegiate Composition

Awards and Acknowledgments
Commissioned by Douglass Blvd. Christian Church;
Louisville, KY -2009
A setting of Pie Jesu in the announcing of the first
Sunday of lent
National Adjudicators Invitational; Chicago, IL -2008
Exceptional Achievement and Continuous
Contribution to Music Education
Kentucky Music Educators Association Conference;
Louisville, KY -2007
Composition Winner -O Magnum Mysterium
Jeffersontown High School; Louisville, KY;
Outstanding Brass Instructor for 2005 and 2006
Marching Seasons

Competencies and interests
Computer skills;
Proficient with MS Office, Finale, Garageband, IMovie and
a fast learner with other media software
Period instruments and/or period practice (Specifically
medieval and renaissance)
Currently in audition stage of writing and orchestrating
musicals for a playwright

's preferred teaching style:
I'm very direct and only asses the students on what I have
verbally told them.

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