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Room 258, Fine Arts Building, 1000 East University Avenue, Laramie, Wyoming 82071, USA
PO Box 3037, University Station, Laramie, Wyoming 82071-3037, USA
+1 307 766 5326
Bachelor of Arts in Music. Four years. Studies in performance, music history, theory, aural skills. A wide range of electives. Bachelor of Music. Four years. Major in performance, jazz studies. Studies include music history, theory, aural skills. Bachelor of Music Education. Four years. Includes choral and instrumental conducting. Bachelor of Fine Arts in Musical Theatre. Four years.
Master of Music in Performance. Master of Music Education.
Graduate Performer’s Certificate.
A state-supported university founded in 1886. The music department is housed in the Fine Arts Building. The University's American Heritage Centre, housed in the Coe Library, holds a major collection of original big band, television and film scores and manuscripts. There is a large holding of recordings (78, 45 and 33 r.p.m.) of American film and broadcast material and of popular song as well as large numbers of videos and films, particularly from the early years of film and recording, up to the 1950s. Papers and memorabilia are held of hundreds of American composers and musicians of the first half of the twentieth century, including such persons as Jack Miller, Lew Pollack, Walter Schuman, Max Steiner, Rudy Vallee, Harry James, Fred Karlin, Ed Levy, Edward MacDowell, Albert Hay Malotte, Dean Martin, Larry Adler, Jack Benny, Bing Crosby, Bob Crosby and Carmen Dragon. The Department of Music owns a Balinese gamelan and Peruvian panpipes. Member of the National Association of Schools of Music.