music department music department


  • (n) the academic department responsible for teaching music and music appreciation


  1. The Cincinnati Symphony's Thor Johnson, 44, quit after eleven years to join the music department at Northwestern University.
  2. That was the case for one student's trumpet performance, which received the top rating from Cornell's music department.
  3. Douglas Moore usually composes one opera every seven years; to get enough time, he has to wait for his sabbatical leave as chairman of the music department of Columbia.


  1. Letter: Save the music program at Watertown High School

    I am currently a sophomore at Watertown High School, and an avid member of the band since my days in the fourth grade. After being told about the budget adjustments that could possibly be affecting the music department, I couldn’t go without making my voice heard in some way.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Watertown Tab & Press

  2. One-on-one with Music Director Michael Golemo

    Michael Golemo is a long-time advocate of music and the arts. As Professor and Chair of the Music Department and Director of Bands at Iowa State, Golemo knows a thing or two about music and what it ca
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Nevada Journal

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