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1 Course Outline: Theory and Practice of Church Music 5222b Location: W102 Day(s): Monday Time: am to 2.30 pm Instructor(s): William Lupton Contact info: Prerequisites Required for this Course: No pre-requisite courses required. Course Outcomes: Upon successful completion of this course, a student should be able to select hymns for worship, general and seasonal, using a formula for planning. The student will have knowledge of other various forms of music used in worship and how to sing and incorporate them into the liturgy. The student will have an understanding of working with church musicians, choirs, as well as other music-related items that are part of the church music program and its support in worship. Course Syllabus: The study of hymns (including their use in liturgy both historically and present day), authors, composers, and translators. Students will develop an understanding and skill in selecting hymns for worship with the completion of three projects. Students will learn to sing plainsong, Anglican chant, settings of the Eucharistic Prayers and Baptismal Rite. Materials for the Daily Offices found in the Book of Alternative Services, the Book of Common Prayer, and Common Praise, as well as the structure and singing of a collect will be explored. Students will learn about practical issues including working with a church musician and choir, music settings for the Eucharist, music from the Taizé and Iona communities, song-style music for use in liturgy, the historical and present use of carols, the resources and maintenance of the organ and piano, repertoire for weddings and funerals. Topics will also include the hiring of a church musician, benefits of singing in a choir for all ages, the Royal School of Church Music International and its programs, and other music organizations.

2 2 Course Materials: Common Praise, Anglican Book Centre, 1998 Parish Music, 3rd edition, Lionel Dakers, Canterbury Press, Norwich UK, 2012 Assignments & Method of Evaluation of Assignments: The following assignments are divided into five sections, each designed to develop skills in selecting hymns and the ability to sing as celebrant at the Eucharist or officiant at Morning or Evening Prayer. In the following three hymn projects, the student will select hymns in the following order for the lectionaries listed: opening, gradual, offertory, closing. Note: The gradual hymn becomes the tract hymn during the season of Lent and is noted in the lectionary by an asterisk (*). Note: The student must write a sentence or two giving reasons for the selection of each hymn otherwise marks will be lost. 1. Lectionary and Hymn Project Set 1 20 marks Due Date: Monday, January 23, 2017 Advent 2 Malachi 3.1-4; Philippians ; Luke Christmas Eve Isaiah 9.2-7; Titus ; Luke Baptism of the Lord Isaiah ; Acts ; Matthew Epiphany 3 Isaiah 9.1-4; 1 Corinthians ; Matthew Ash Wednesday * Joel 2.1-2, 12-17; 2 Corinthians 5.20b-6.10; Matthew 6.1-6, Lectionary and Hymn Project Set 2 20 marks Due Date: Monday, February 13, 2017 First Sunday in Lent * Deuteronomy ; Romans 10.8b-13; Luke Passion Sunday with Liturgy of the Palms * Isaiah a; Philippians ; Mark

3 3 Maundy Thursday * There is no closing hymn at this liturgy. Please select a communion hymn for the fourth selection. Exodus , 11-14; 1 Corinthians ; John , 31b-35 Easter Day Acts ; Colossians 3.1-4; John Fourth Sunday of Easter Acts ; 1 Peter ; John Lectionary and Hymn Project Set 3 20 marks Due Date: Monday, March 13, 2017 Easter 4 Acts ; Revelation ; John Day of Pentecost Acts ; Romans ; John ; 16.4b-15 Trinity Sunday Genesis 1.1-2, 4a; 2 Corinthians ; Matthew Transfiguration of the Lord Daniel , 13-14; 2 Peter ; Luke All Saints Daniel 7.1-3, 15-18; Ephesians ; Luke Singing Tests These tests may be sung at the same session or at separate times. Each student, at their discretion, will have the opportunity of a practice session with the Instructor. Students unsure of vocal ability should consult with the Instructor. BTh students are asked to speak with the Instructor about an alternate project in place of the singing tests. 4. Preface from a Eucharistic Prayer 20 marks Due Date: March 13 to April 3, 2017 The preface may be any one from Eucharistic Prayers 1,2,3,6 in the 1985 Rite of the Book of Alternative Services. Students selecting Prayer 4 or 5, due to its structure, must sing the whole prayer. Students may select and sing any preface in the 1962 Rite of the Book of Alternative Services or the Book of Common Prayer.

4 4 5. The Daily Office 20 marks Due Date: March 13 to April 3, 2017 The Preces, Versicles and Responses, Collect of the Day (student s choice), two Collects from the Morning (Collect for Peace, Collect for Grace) or Evening Prayer (Collect for Peace, Collect for Aid against all Perils) in the Book of Common Prayer. The student will sing the Preces and Versicles. Instructor will sing the Responses. Weekly Outline January 9 course outline Explanation of Eucharistic liturgy How to select hymns for worship, structure Explanation of hymn projects Lecture: plainsong, influence of Ambrose and Gregory, modes and style of notation Practicum: sing plainchant and hymns with neumes and modern Notation January 16 Review: selection of hymns project Lecture: History of the carol and the services of Lessons and Carols, including the use of this format for worship in other seasons of the church year (Advent, Epiphany, Lent, Easter, Pentecost). Practicum: class sins through Advent, Christmas, Epiphany hymns in preparation for first project. January 23 Lecture: the history of hymns including authors, composers, translators Lecture: 18C development of Anglican chant and psalmody Practicum: class sings samples of Anglican chant for canticles and psalms Project 1 hymn selections due January 30 Lecture: How to officiate BCP and BAS Morning and Evening Prayer and placement of music Practicum: structure of collects and how to sing them Practicum: class sings through Lent, Holy Week and Easter hymns in preparation for project 2

5 5 February 6 Lecture: Victorian era, Oxford Movement, decline in music standards and people who turned it around, plainsong revival, robed choirs Practicum: class sings Eucharistic Prayer prefaces for 1985 Rite, the Exsultet (Easter Vigil), and Baptismal Rite February 13 Lecture: history of the Royal School of Church Music, its current work at RSCM Centre Salisbury, in Canada, RSCM International, their training programs A Voice for Life, the Singing Awards, and Skills of the Church Musician Practicum: the class will work through one of the levels in the Voice for Life program, and the requirements for the Bronze Singing Award. Project 2 hymn selections due February 20 Reading Week, no class February 27 Lecture: The employment of a church musician, advertising, hiring and terminating, hours, salary grid, contracts, working relationship between clergy, musician, choir, development of a choir, how to work with children and adults in a choir setting, repertoire list. Lecture: the history and present use of singing responsive psalms Practicum: class sings versions of psalms and Lord s Prayer March 6 Lecture: how to prepare for and rehearse a choir Practicum: How to sing intercessions using settings in the Book of Alternative Services and other resources. Sing settings for the Eucharist March 13 The Royal Canadian College of Organists and its Code of Ethics for organists, The Royal College of Organists, The American Guild of Organists, programs and accreditations, other music organizations Practicum: class sings Eucharistic Prayer prefaces for 1962 Rite and the Book of Common Prayer Project 3: hymn selections due March 13 to April 3, 2017 singing tests

6 6 March 20 Lecture: Music resources, information for weddings and funerals. Lecture: Care and Maintenance of Organ and Piano, resources, budgets Practicum: Canticles in metrical and chant forms for Morning and Evening Prayer as found in Common Praise, other music resources March 27 Lecture: Copyright and Licenses Practicum: contemporary music from Gather Comprehensive 2, Taizé and Iona Communities, world music the preparation of church bulletins, purpose and design April 3 Lecture: Bibliography, Music Resources List and demonstration of resources Attendance Due to the content of this course, it is important for students to attend classes. If a student finds they are unable to attend a class, it is their responsibility to notify the instructor in advance, if possible. It is also the student s responsibility to obtain from the instructor any missed information that may have been handed out during class. Additional Statements: 1. Statement on Use of Electronic Devices during Tests and Exams It is not appropriate to use technology (such as, but not limited, to laptops, PDAs, cell phones) in the classroom for non-classroom activities. Such activity is disruptive and is distracting to other students and to the instructor, and can inhibit learning. Students are expected to respect the classroom environment and to refrain from inappropriate use of technology and other electronic devices in class. 2. Statement on Academic Offences: Scholastic offences are taken seriously and students are directed to read the appropriate policy, specifically, the definition of what constitutes a Scholastic Offence, at the following web site: 3. Plagiarism-detecting Software/Computer Marking: (A) All required papers may be subject to submission for textual similarity review to the commercial plagiarism detection software under license to the University for the detection of plagiarism. All papers submitted for such checking will be included as source documents in the reference database for the purpose of detecting plagiarism of papers subsequently submitted to the system. Use of the service is subject to the licensing agreement, currently between The University of Western Ontario and Turnitin.com ( ). B) Computer-marked multiple-choice tests and/or exams may be subject to submission for similarity review by software that will check for unusual coincidences in answer patterns that may indicate cheating.

7 7 4. Support Services: UWO Registrar s Office: Huron s Faculty of Theology, Office of the Dean: Faculty of Theology office: , ext. 289 Bachelor s Academic Advising at Huron: Huron s Writing Skills Centre: UWO s Mental Health website: Students who are in emotional/mental distress should refer to this website for a complete list of options about how to obtain help. UWO Student Support and Development Services: Services provided by Western University Student Council: 5. Accommodation for absences: If documentation is required for either medical or non-medical academic accommodation, then such documentation must be submitted by the student directly to your Faculty s Dean s office (or academic counselor), and not to the instructor. For the Faculty of Theology, all such documentation must be submitted to room A227. It will be the Dean`s office that will determine if accommodation is warranted. a) Non-medical absences: All assignments are due by the date given. For any non-medical absences from tests or due dates, documentation for request from relief must be submitted to the Dean s Office. Late works, without accommodation, will be subject to three marks deducted per day. Any projects that come in after the last day of classes, April 7, 2017, will not be accepted and the projects will be assigned a zero (fail). b) Medical absences: See also the Policy on Accommodation for Medical Illness Undergraduate Students, at For work representing 10% or more of the overall grade for the course, a student must present documentation indicating that the student was seriously affected by illness and could not reasonably be expected to meet his/her academic responsibilities. Documentation must be submitted as soon as possible to your Faculty Dean s office (Huron Arts & Social Science students should take their documentation to the Academic Counsellor, through the Academic Services Centre at Huron), together with a Request for Relief specifying the nature of the accommodation requested. The request and documentation will be assessed and appropriate accommodation will be determined by the Dean s office in consultation with the instructor(s.) Academic accommodation will be granted ONLY where the documentation indicates that the onset, duration and severity of the illness are such that the student could not reasonably be expected to complete his/her academic responsibilities.

8 8 The UWO Student Medical Certificate (SMC) and Request for Relief are available at the Student Centre website ( Huron University College Academic Counselling website ( or from the Dean s Office or Academic Services Centre at Huron. For work representing less than 10% of the overall grade for the course: a student must present documentation indicating that the student was seriously affected by illness and could not reasonably be expected to meet his/her academic responsibilities. Documentation must be submitted as soon as possible to your Faculty Dean s office (Faculty of Theology) together with a Request for Relief specifying the nature of the accommodation requested. The request and documentation will be assessed and appropriate accommodation will be determined by the Dean s office in consultation with the instructor(s.) Academic accommodation will be granted ONLY where the documentation indicates that the onset, duration and severity of the illness are such that the student could not reasonably be expected to complete his/her academic responsibilities. The UWO Student Medical Certificate (SMC) and Request for Relief are available at the Student Centre website ( Huron University College Academic Counselling website ( or from the Dean s Office or Academic Services Centre at Huron.

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