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The WVSU Department of Music prepares and develops elementary, middle, and high school music teachers who are sound musicians, cultured individuals, and whose personalities are suited to teach and inspire young students with the power of music. The music department offers courses in education, theory, history, appreciation, conducting, and technology. Music majors emphasize in an instrument, in voice, or in piano.
 

The music department also enriches the University's culture by providing students from all academic areas the opportunity to participate in a variety of vibrant musical ensembles, including Concert Choir, State Singers (vocal jazz ensemble), Marching Band, Wind Ensemble,Jazz Ensemble, Percussion Ensemble, Woodwind Ensemble, and Guitar Ensemble. Auditions for these ensembles take place at the beginning of each semester. Each ensemble performs regularly on campus and in various locations throughout the Kanawha Valley. Select ensembles tour annually. Recent tours have taken students to Austria, New York, NY, Virginia Beach, VA, St. Louis, MO, and Cleveland, OH.

image-up-arrowimage-down-arrowAudition Information
Audition Dates

Auditions will be held for admission and scholarhsip consideration on the following dates:
  • Saturday, January 23rd, during the WVMEARegion III Solo & Ensemble Festival (for Admission and Scholarhsip Condsideration)
  • Saturday, February 27th, beginning at 10:00AM (for Admission and Scholarhsip Condsideration)
  • Saturday, April 2nd, beginning at 10:00AM (for Admission and Scholarhsip Condsideration)
  • By Special Appointment
Audition Requirements

Instrumentalists: Major and Chromatic Scales, Two Contrasting Solo Pieces (one etude is permissable), Sight Reading

Vocalists: Three songs (each in a different language), Sight Reading, Ear Training

Please contact the faculty member in the instrumental or vocal area of insterest or the department chair for detailed information regarding requirements. 
image-up-arrowimage-down-arrowCourses
  • General Education
  • Music Education
  • Music, Theory
  • Music History and Literature
  • Ensembles
  • Applied Music
     

GENERAL EDUCATION

104. AMERICAN MUSIC: A PANORAMA (3 credit hours)
American music in the twentieth century is notable in its diversity. Composers, performers, and consumers are attracted to many media and many styles. This broad panorama or spectrum includes: orchestral music, chamber music, jazz music, rock music, church music, and varying types of folk music. The many faces of American Music will be heard, analyzed, and discussed.

107. APPRECIATION OF MUSIC (3 credit hours)
An introduction to music for the non-major through historical survey and the development of listening skills. The individuals in the class will expect to understand the basic elements of music in order to develop competence in the aural analysis of music. The development of music will be examined in the light of historical events, and will be integrated with developments in the other arts, literature, and the humanities.


MUSIC EDUCATION

105. MUSIC SKILLS FOR CLASSROOM TEACHERS (2 credit hours)
The basic principles of music theory as applied to elementary school teaching: notation, sightsinging, key signatures, meter signatures, scale resources, and simple harmonic structures. Introduction of recorders and piano for simple song accompaniment.

106. MATERIALS AND PROCEDURES (2 credit hours)
A continuation of Music 105 with increased emphasis on materials and procedures as applied to music teaching on the elementary school level. Projects include rote songs, part songs, rhythmic games and dances, and preparing a music resource unit. Utilization of classroom instruments such as recorder, piano, melody bells, autoharp, and percussion. Prerequisite: MUS 105.

123. VOICE CLASS (1 credit hour)
Basic instruction in proper vocal production, including breathing, phonation, resonance and diction; knowledge of physiology of the voice; and development of a basic repertoire. Designed for non- music and non-vocal music majors who read music. Prerequisite: Ability to read music.

124. VOICE CLASS (1 credit hour)
A continuation of Music 123; further instruction in vocal techniques including expansion of range and dynamic capabilities; and expansion of repertoire.Prerequisite: MUS 123 or demonstrated equivalence.

207. CHORAL CONDUCTING (3 credit hours)
Introduction to basic conducting techniques. Choral conducting techniques and problems: rehearsal and performance procedures, development of stylistic interpretation, score reading and analysis. Practical application through the media of the Concert Choir and a vocal ensemble comprised of class participants. Prerequisite: MUS 101. Concurrent MUS 150.

305. WOODWINDS AND STRINGS: CLASS INSTRUCTION (3 credit hours)
A study of correct tone production, technical procedures, care of the various instruments, and an introduction to the appropriate literature for different grade levels.

306. BRASS AND PERCUSSION INSTRUMENTS: CLASS INSTRUCTION (3 credit hours)
A study of correct tone production, technical procedures, care of the various instruments, and an introduction to the appropriate literature for different grade levels.

307. INSTRUMENTAL CONDUCTING (3 credit hours)
Study of instrumental conducting techniques and problems: rehearsal and performance procedures, baton techniques, and development of musical interpretation. The practical aspects of conducting a rehearsal and performance through the media of the Marching/Concert Band and instrumental ensembles comprised of class participants.Prerequisites: MUS 101 and 207.

308. ELECTRONIC MUSIC PRODUCTION (3 credit hours)
The course is designed to familiarize students with the basics of electronic music.  Focus is on commercial music production and the creation of pieces of radio/TV commercials, short documentary films, and entertainment.  Instruction in computer-based composition, sequencing, score preparation, and recording through the use of the current software.  Arranged lab hours are required.  Prerequisites: MUS 101 or 105 and C S 106 or permission of instructor.

313. TEACHING MUSIC IN THE ELEMENTARY AND MIDDLE SCHOOLS (3 credit hours)
Materials, techniques, and procedures for teaching vocal and instrumental music in the elementary and middle schools. Familiarization with Kodaly, Dalcroze, and Orff approaches, and utilization of classroom instruments such as recorder, piano, melody bells, autoharp, guitar, and percussion.Prerequisite: EDUC 316.

314. TEACHING MUSIC IN THE MIDDLE AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS (3 credit hours)
A unified and balanced approach to the study of music instruction at the middle and senior high school levels. Phases and problems of the choral and instrumental program, as well as the area of music education directed and influenced by the philosophy that music is a significant and integral part of man's intellectual and aesthetic growth.Prerequisite: EDUC 316.


MUSIC THEORY

101. ELEMENTARY THEORY I (3 credit hours)
A beginning course in music theory that includes the comprehensive study of the components of music: notation; scales, tonality; key, and modes; intervals and transposition; chords; cadences and nonharmonic tones; melodic organization; texture.The ability to read music and play an instrument or sing is required.

110. ELEMENTARY PIANO CLASS (1 credit hour)
Course designed for persons with little or no previous musical background. All major scales, simple melodies in all major keys, and simple chord structures are studied. Two class hours.

115. ELEMENTARY AURAL THEORY I (1 credit hour)
Material of easy to moderately easy tonal and rhythmic content: sight singing; rhythm reading; melodic, harmonic, and rhythmic dictation; internal and chord identification; chord progressions; and related activities. Meets two hours weekly.

102. ELEMENTARY THEORY II (3 credit hours)
A continuation of the development of writing and analytical skills. This course includes the study of music structures and forms, binary and ternary, through style analysis; the specific language of dominant seventh chords; other seventh chords, secondary dominant chords, altered tones, and modulation.Prerequisite: MUS 101.

111. PIANO CLASS (1 credit hour)
A continuation of the beginning piano class, which introduces the student to minor keys and chords, use of the sostenuto pedal, rhythmic and coordination techniques. Two class hours. Prerequisite: MUS 110.

116. ELEMENTARY AURAL THEORY II (1 credit hour)
Material of moderately easy to moderate tonal and rhythmic content: sight singing; rhythmic reading; melodic, harmonic, and rhythmic dictation; interval and chord identification; chord progressions; and related activities. Meets two hours weekly.Prerequisite: MUS 115.

201. ADVANCED THEORY I (3 credit hours)
A continuation and expansion of the elementary theory background by focusing on musical styles from the Renaissance to the 18th century. Includes more complex chords and analysis of musical procedures found in polyphonic compositions from the Renaissance and Baroque and procedures such as theme and variation, rondo, and sonata form found in homophonic compositions from the classical era. Analytical, historical, and compositional perspectives are stressed for students' added insight into performance of their own musical repertoire. Prerequisites: MUS 102, 116

210. PIANO CLASS (1 credit hour)
Introduces the student to the piano literature in Classics to Moderns, harmonization and inversion of chords to fit melodies, and simple transposition procedures. Two class hours. Prerequisite: MUS 111.

215. ADVANCED AURAL THEORY I (1 credit hour)
Material of moderate to moderately difficult tonal and rhythmic content: sight singing; rhythm reading; melodic, harmonic, and rhythmic dictation; internal and chord identification; chord progressions; and related activities. Meets two hours weekly.Prerequisite: MUS 116.

202. ADVANCED THEORY II (3 credit hours)
A continuation and expansion of MUS 201 by studying musical styles of the Romantic, Post-Romantic, Impressionistic, and Contemporary eras, focusing on harmonic devices which increase dissonance and chromaticism and lead ultimately to the end of tonality. Analytical, historical, and compositional perspectives continue to be stressed to increase the musical maturity and well-roundedness of the student. Prerequisite: MUS 201,
215.

211. PIANO CLASS (1 credit hour)
A continuation into the piano literature from Classics to Moderns, more advanced harmonization and chording of melodies, and more advanced procedures of transposition and modulation. Two class hours. Final examination is a Piano Proficiency Examination.Prerequisite: MUS 210.201.

216. ADVANCED AURAL THEORY II (1 credit hour)
Material of moderately difficult to difficult tonal and rhythmic content: sight singing; rhythmic reading; melodic, harmonic, and rhythmic dictation; interval and chord identification; chord progressions; and related activities. Meets two hours weekly.Prerequisite: MUS 215.

205. JAZZ IMPROVISATION AND ARRANGING (3 credit hours)
The functions of this course will be two-fold: (1) the exploration of various procedures and techniques in rhythmic and melodic improvisation as applied to the voice and other instruments; (2) the study of chord inversions, voice leading, and instrumental color in composing and arranging for the large and small jazz ensemble.

405. ORCHESTRATION AND ARRANGING (3 credit hours)
Technical and scoring aspects of the various band and orchestra instruments, as they are employed in chamber and large ensembles. Special effects peculiar to each instrumental family will be discussed; and the special problems in transcribing from one medium to another will be analyzed. Projects will be performed by students in the class and other ensembles in the department.Prerequisite: MUS 102 or permission of instructor.


MUSIC HISTORY AND LITERATURE

221. SACRED VOCAL-CHORAL LITERATURE (3 credit hours)
An overview of music literature for the church, with particular attention given to the more accessible literature of the last several centuries. Study of both solo and ensemble works and their historical functions in the worship service. Also involves some basic aspects of choral arranging and editing for performance.

303. HISTORY AND LITERATURE OF MUSIC (3 credit hours)
Historical survey of music history and literature from Antiquity through the Baroque. Emphasis is placed on the origin of the theories of music, the distinct role of the church, the development of forms, and the musicians responsible for the major developments in Western musical style. Prerequisite: MUS 102.

304. HISTORY AND LITERATURE OF MUSIC (3 credit hours)
A continuation of the historical survey of music history and literature spanning the periods referred to as Classical, Romantic, Impressionistic and Modern. A study of the larger forms and genres: sonata, concerto, symphony, song cycle, and opera, as they relate to their origin, historical development and performance practices. Research projects many be required in order to gain better insight into the great works of musical literature, past and present. Prerequisite: MUS 102, 203.


ORGANIZATIONS AND ENSEMBLES

130. STATE SINGERS (1 credit hour)
Select vocal jazz ensemble of 8-12 voices. Repertoire focuses on vocal jazz but also incorporates a wide range of styles appropriate for a small vocal ensemble. Singers perform with individual microphones and are trained in the use of sound equipment. Three class hours. Prerequisites: Audition required, concurrent enrollment in Concert Choir.

150. CONCERT CHOIR (1 credit hour)
This organization offers the student the opportunity to learn concepts of ensemble singing and to study representative choral literature from all music periods. Some semesters will include work on a major choral work (cantata, oratorio, etc.) Open to all college students. Three class hours.

160. MARCHING BAND/FALL SEMESTER (1 credit hour)
Open to all students at the College, music majors and non-music majors alike, in the Fall Semester to enhance the football program.  The band program offers the student an opportunity to perform and study music in a variety of styles for performance at all home football games and at special invitational events and parades.  Students may participate by playing musical instruments. Six class hours.

161. SYMPHONIC BAND/SPRING SEMESTER  (1 credit hour)
Open to all students at the College, music majors and non-music majors alike, in the Spring Semester. The band program offers the student an opportunity to perform and study music in a variety of styles through the medium of a large wind band, including the standard repertoire for band and popular selections of the 20th century. Six class hours.

170. JAZZ ENSEMBLE (1 credit hour)
The performance and study of historical and current styles in the area of jazz, rock, and popular music. An additional emphasis on stimulating creative improvisation and composition. Three class hours.Prerequisites: Audition required, concurrent enrollment in a major ensemble.


APPLIED MUSIC

191, 192, 291, 292. APPLIED MUSIC (1 credit hour)
Weekly arranged lessons with a specialist on the instrument that the student has chosen as a major or minor interest.  Literature studies and performance requirements are assigned according to the degree of proficiency of the student. Prerequisite: Lower level applied music courses must be taken in numerical order.

391, 392, 491, 492. ADVANCED APPLIED MUSIC (2 credit hours)
Weekly arranged lessons in advanced applied music for students entering their junior and senior years.  Literature studies and performance requirements are assigned by the instructor with the appropriate level of difficulty for the degree of proficiency of the student.Prerequisite: MUS 191, 192, 291, and 292. Upper level applied music courses must be taken in numerical order.
 

image-up-arrowimage-down-arrowCurriculum

MINOR IN MUSIC - 16 hours

MUS 101, 107, 110, 115, 150/160/161, 191, and 207 OR 307. Choose one course from MUS 305, 306, 313, 314, 405.


B.S. IN MUSIC EDUCATION — SUGGESTED COURSE SEQUENCE

FRESHMAN YEAR- 1ST SEMESTER

 

Freshman Exp.  Gen. Ed. 1
ENGL  101** Gen Ed. 3
MATH 111 ** Gen Ed. 3
MUS  101 Elementary Theory I 3
MUS  115 Elem. Aural Theory I 1
MUS  110# Elem. Piano Class I 1
MUS  150/160 Ensemble 1
MUS  191 Applied Lessons 1
     
  TOTAL 14


FRESHMAN YEAR - 2nd Semester
 

ENGL 102** Gen. Ed. 3  
FINE ARTS** Gen Ed. 3
EDUC 200** Foundations of Ed. 3
MUS  102 Elementary Theory II 3
MUS  116 Elem. Aural Theory II 1
MUS  111# Elem. Piano Class II 1
MUS  150/161 Ensemble 1
MUS  192 Applied Lessons 1
     
  TOTAL 16

 

SOPHOMORE YEAR - 1st Semester
 

ENGL 150** Gen. Ed. 3
HIST 207-208** Gen Ed. 3
EDUC 201 Human Growth and Dev. 3
MUS  201 Advanced Theory I 3
MUS  215 Adv. Aural Theory I 1
MUS  210 Adv. Piano Class I 1
MUS  150/160 Ensemble 1
MUS  291 Applied Lessons 1
MUS  123^ Voice Class 1
     
  TOTAL 17


SOPHOMORE YEAR - 2nd Semester
 

ENGL 201** or COMM 100 Gen. Ed. 3
EDUC 202 Ed. Psych. & Learning 3
MUS   202 Advanced Theory II 3
MUS   216 Adv. Aural Theory II 1
MUS   211# Piano Class 1
MUS   150-161 Ensemble 1
MUS   292 Applied Lessons 1
MUS  124^ Voice Class 1
     
  TOTAL 14


JUNIOR YEAR - 1st Semester
 

EDUC 227 Exceptionalities/Diversity 3
MUS  150-160 Ensemble 1
MUS   391 Applied Lessons 2
MUS   3__ 300–Level Music Ed.   3
MUS   303* Hist. & Lit. of Music I 3
MUS   207 Choral Conducting 3
MUS   3__ 300-Level Music Ed. 3
     
  TOTAL 18
 

JUNIOR YEAR - 2nd Semester
 

SCIENCE** Gen. Ed. 3 or 4
MUS  150/161 Ensemble 1
MUS   392 Applied Lessons 2
MUS   304* Hist. & Lit. of Music II 3
MUS   3__ 300-Level Music Ed. 3
MUS   320 (or EDUC 320) Music Tech. or Ed. Tech 3
     
  TOTAL 15 or 16


SENIOR YEAR - 1st Semester
 

HHP 122/157 Gen. Ed. 2
EDUC 319/320 Content Litrcy./Tch. Reading 3
MUS   150/160 Ensemble 1
MUS   491 Applied Lessons 2
MUS   306 Brass & Percussion 3
MUS   405 Orchestration & Arranging 3
     
  TOTAL 14


SENIOR YEAR - 2nd Semester
 

HIST 201/202 History, World 3
EDUC 331 Curric. For Special Ed. 3
EDUC 426 Creating Learning Comm. 2
MUS   492 Applied Lessons 2
MUS   3__ 300-Level Music Ed. 3
     
  TOTAL 14


STUDENT TEACHING SEMESTER
 

EDUC 480 Student Teaching 15

 

#Piano majors take 4 hours on another instrument or instruments
^Voice majors take 2 hours on another instrument or instruments
*Music History I or Music History II satisfies one of the General Studies Fine Arts requirements
**Courses that may be taken in summer school sessions

image-up-arrowimage-down-arrowEnsembles

The Department of Music has a variety of thriving music ensembles that perform regularly, both on and off campus. These include Marching Band, Wind Ensemble, Jazz Ensemble, Concert Choir, State Singers (vocal jazz ensemble), Guitar Ensemble, Percussion Ensemble, and Woodwind Ensemble. Participation is open to students from all academic majors who sing or play an instrument and want to meet new people, improve their musicianship, and be a part of exciting performances. Please come join!

For more information, please contact Mr. Bobby Jenks for the WVSU Bands and WVSU Jazz Ensemble, Dr. Dirk Johnson for the WVSU Choirs, Mr. Christopher Clark for the Woodwind Ensemble, Mr. Phil Washington for the Guitar Ensemble, Mr. Scott Christian for the Percussion Ensemble.

WVSU Choirs

WVSU is a great place for students who love to sing. The Department of Music has two choirs for WVSU students, the Concert Choir and the State Singers vocal jazz ensemble.

Concert Choir

Concert Choir is open to all students and performs choral music from a wide variety of styles, including classical, folksong arrangements, African American spirituals, world music, and pop arrangements. The Concert Choir presents several concerts on campus each semester and performs frequently at campus events and community events throughout the Kanawha Valley. The Concert Choir also performs regularly with the West Virginia Symphony Orchestra. It joined the orchestra as the guest choir on its Pops series concert "The Music of Queen" in the spring of 2012 and performs annually on the WVSO "Home for the Holidays" Pops concert in early December. Participation is open to all students who want to improve their own singing, perform at a high level of excellence, and have a great time doing it. Please register for Music 150 and come ready to make some great music!
 
Please visit the WVSU Choirs facebook page for information about upcoming concerts and other events.

State Singers

The State Singers is an auditioned touring ensemble of 8-12 singers that specializes in vocal jazz and performs other styles of music intended for small vocal ensemble. Auditions occur in the first two days of fall semester, and participation requires a full-year commitment. The State Singers act as ambassadors for the University and frequently perform off campus for important community and cultural events. The choir also tours each spring. Recent tours have taken the group to New York City, Washington D.C., Virginia Beach, St. Louis, and Cleveland. The group will be touring Philadelphia the spring of 2015. Please contact Dr. Dirk Johnson for audition information at djohnson17@wvstateu.edu.
 
Please visit the WVSU Choirs facebook page for information about upcoming concerts and other events.

Percussion Ensemble

Percussion Ensemble is the primary way a percussionist cultivates chamber music skills. The students will perform repertoire from various genres of music in ensembles ranging from duets to large ensemble pieces needing 10 or more players. One main concert is held at the end of each semester with other outreach performances possible.

WVSU Bands
Woodwind Ensembles
Guitar Ensemble
WVSU Jazz Ensemble
Brass Ensembles

 

image-up-arrowimage-down-arrowPerformances & Events

Department of Music Spring 2016 Performances and Events
 

January

  • Saturday, Jan 23 - WVMEA Region III Solo & Ensemble Festival
  • Saturday, Jan. 23 - Departmental Auditions (Admission and Scholarship Consideration)*


February

  • Saturday, Feb. 27, 10:00AM - Departmental Auditions (Admission and Scholarship Consideration)*

March

  • Tuesday, March 1, 7:30PM - The Brandon Coleman Quartet with special guest Noah Preminger
  • Friday, March 11, 10:00AM - Scale Juries*
  • Tuesday, March 15, 2:00PM - Athenia Trio Masterclass*
  • Tuesday, March 15, 7:30PM - Athenia Trio


April

  • Saturday, April 2, 10:00AM - Departmental Auditions (Admission Only)*
  • Monday, April 11, 7:30PM - Student Recitals
  • Tuesday, April 12, 12:30PM - Student Rectials
  • Wednesday, April 13, 7:30PM - Student Recitals
  • Thursday, April 14, 7:30PM - Matthew Lanham, Junior Recital (flute)
  • Friday, April 15, 8:00PM - WVSU Honor/KCS All County Jazz Ensembles
  • Wednesday, April 20, 7:30PM - Lindsey Goodman, faculty recital (flute)


May

  • Monday, May 9, 12:30PM - Piano Proficiencies*
  • Tuesday, May 10, 12:30PM - Voice, Strings, and Keyboard Juries*
  • Thursday, May 12, 12:30PM - Wind, Percussion, and Jazz Juries*
 

Click here for directions to the WVSU Davis Fine Arts Center.
All events listed will be held in the F.S. Belcher Theater in the Davis Fine Arts Center unless otherwise noted.
All events in the F.S. Belcher Theater are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.
Off-campus events may or may not have an admission charge.

*Event for WVSU Music Students and Prospective Students Only. Not Open to the Public.

image-up-arrowimage-down-arrow Artists In Residence
The Montclaire String Quartet
Dr. Anton Shelepov - Violin I
Christian Fatu - Violin II
Bernard DiGregorio - Viola
Andrea DiGregorio - Cello

Faculty & Staff

Betsy L.
Betsy L. Allen
Administrative Secretary, Senior
Phone: (304) 766-3196
betsy.allen@wvstateu.edu
Scott
Scott Christian, M.M.
Visiting Instructor, Percussion and Music Theory
Phone: (304) 766-3196
schristian1@wvstateu.edu
Christopher
Christopher Clark, M.M.
Instructor - Saxophone and Music Theory
Phone: (304) 766-3199
clarkcm@wvstateu.edu
David DeBolt
David  DeBolt
Adjunct Instructor: Applied Bassoon
Phone: (304) 766-3196
ddebolt@wvstateu.edu
Andrea
Andrea  DiGregorio
Adjunct Instructor: Applied Cello and Double Bass
Phone: (304) 766-3196
adigregori1@wvstateu.edu
LindseyGoodman, M.M.
Lindsey Goodman, M.M.
Adjunct Instructor: Applied Flute
Phone: (304) 766-3196
adigregori1@wvstateu.edu
Dirk
Dirk Johnson, D.M.A.
Associate Professor, Director of Choral Activites
Phone: (304) 766-3342
djohnson17@wvstateu.edu
DavidPorter
David Porter
Adjunct Instructor: Applied Trumpet and Horn
Phone: (304) 766-3196
dporter1@wvstateu.edu
AntonShelepov
Anton Shelepov
Adjunct Instructor: Applied Violin
Phone: (304) 766-3190
ashelepov@wvstateu.edu
Robert Turizziani
Robert  Turizziani
Adjunct Instructor: Applied Clarinet
Phone: (304) 766-3196
rturrizzian@wvstateu.edu
Ms. Brenda M.
Ms. Brenda M. Vanderford
Associate Professor - Chair, Department of Music
Phone: (304) 766-5107
bvanderf@wvstateu.edu
Mr. Phil Washington
Mr. Phil  Washington
Adjunct Instructor: Applied Guitar, Applied Electric Bass
Phone: (304) 766-3277
pwashin1@wvstateu.edu
Mr. Andrew Winter
Mr. Andrew  Winter
Adjunct Instructor: Applied Guitar, Applied Electric Bass
Phone: (304) 766-3277
awinter2@wvstateu.edu
Scott E.
Scott E. Woodard, D.M.A.
Interim Associate Provost and Associate VP for Academic Affairs/Prof. of Music
Phone: (304) 766-3190
swoodar1@wvstateu.edu
trumpet players
Ms. Brenda M.
Ms. Brenda M. Vanderford
Associate Professor - Chair, Department of Music
201 Davis Fine Arts
Phone: (304) 766-5107
bvanderf@wvstateu.edu
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