MUS 100 Recital Lab

Experience in performing before and listening to performances of ones' peers. Also includes attendance at clinics and professional concerts scheduled for the class. Classes are video and audio recorded for future reference by students and faculty. Required of music majors who are enrolled in a private lesson on the major instrument.

Augusta
24777 T 12:00PM-01:00PM Jerosch 0

MUS 101 Music Theory and Practice I

Blended coverage of jazz, classical, and popular music theory with concurrent improvisation, ear training, sight-singing, and keyboard applications. Topics include scales, modes, intervals, triads, seventh chords, inversions, Roman numeral systems, and an introduction to trans-stylistic improvisation. Prerequisite: Successful result on music theory placement test *or* MUS 122 Fundamentals of Music.

Augusta
24778 MW 10:00-11:50am Grover 4

MUS 103 Music of the United States

A study of the development of musical culture in America from the 17th century to the present. Includes sacred music, American music, folk music, blues, patriotic and dance music, jazz and 20th century popular music. For the nonmusic major.

WEB

29721 Jerosch 3

 

MUS 110 Popular Music

A consideration of popular music today, covering the types of popular music and their interactions, important performers and composers, the music industry and the mass media and the sociological role of popular music as an expression of differing and changing values in American culture. For non-music majors.

Bangor
24657 W 04:00PM-06:45PM Kenefic 3

MUS 115A Basic Applied Music: Sec

Pursuit of technical ability on a secondary instrument, voice or in composition. For instrumentalists and vocalists, this course will focus upon instrumental technique, sight reading, interpretive approaches, and improvisational methods. For students of composition, this course will address compositional techniques, score analysis, orchestrational methods, and musical autography with primary focus given to the composition of new works by the student. Open to non-music majors.

Augusta
24780 Staff 1

Bangor
24658 Kenefic 1

MUS 115B Applied Music: Secondary

Pursuit of technical ability on a secondary instrument, voice or in composition. For instrumentalists and vocalists, this course will focus upon instrumental technique, sight reading, interpretive approaches, and improvisational methods. For students of composition, this course will address compositional techniques, score analysis, orchestrational methods, and musical autography with primary focus given to the composition of new works by the student. Open to non-music majors.

Augusta
24781 Staff 2

Bangor
24659 Kenefic 2

MUS 116A Applied Classical Music

This course is designed for students who wish to study the traditional repertory on their chosen instrument or voice. The study is intensive and covers technique, tone, phrasing, stylistic features, note reading and repertory. The course is primarily for those who have reached an intermediate level of performance on their pre-college training. Audition and permission of the instructor required. Open to nonmusic majors.

Augusta
24782 Staff 1

MUS 116B Applied Classical Music

This course is designed for students who wish to study the traditional repertory on their chosen instrument or voice. The study is intensive and covers technique, tone, phrasing, stylistic features, note reading and repertory. The course is primarily for those who have reached an intermediate level of performance on their pre-college training. Audition and permission of the instructor required. Open to non-music majors.

Augusta
24783 Staff 2

 

MUS 117 The Dream Machine: A History of Rock and Roll

A survey of artists and the change in musical trends over the last 30-40 years. The course includes an open discussion format with topics such as the effects of fame, wealth, creativity, record companies, managers, and business dealings, on the music and the artist. Film clips, tapes, video tapes, and records are also used to help the student develop a deeper appreciation for the origins of contemporary music. Open to non-music majors. 3 CR

WEB
30711 Grover 3

 

MUS 123 Understanding Music

A study of the basic elements of music necessary for intelligent listening, with emphasis on various historical movements, together with a study of the great composers and their contrasting styles as exemplified by their most important compositions. Open to nonmusic majors.

Augusta
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26073 F 09:00AM-11:45AM Jerosch 3

Bangor
24660 TTH 01:00PM-02:20PM Kenefic 3
(ITV Receive Class, Delayed Viewing OK, No Instructor Permission Needed)
26075 F 09:00AM-11:45AM Jerosch 3

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28688 Bethel

28689 Bucksport

28690 Caribou - Delayed Viewing

28691 Deer Isle

28692 East Millinocket

28693 East Sullivan

28694 Ellsworth/Hancock

28695 Farmington

28696 Fort Kent

28697 Greenville

28698 Houlton

28687 Hutchinson Center

28699 Island Falls - Delayed Viewing

28700 Jackman - Delayed Viewing

28701 Jay - Spruce Mountain Adult Ed

28702 Kingfield - Delayed Viewing

28703 Lewiston-Auburn

28704 Lincoln

28705 Machias

28707 Mount Desert

28708 Newport

28709 North Haven - Delayed Viewing

28710 Presque Isle

28711 Rangeley - Delayed Viewing

28712 Rockland

28706 Rumford/Mexico

28718 S Berwick - Delayed Viewing

28713 Saco/Biddeford

28714 Sanford

28715 Sherman Station

28716 Skowhegan

28717 South Paris

28719 Thorndike - Delayed Viewing

28720 Vinalhaven - Delayed Viewing

28721 Wiscasset

 

MUS 124 Music of the Twentieth Century

An introduction to some of the major musical products of the century and a study of the developments in western music which provide the impetus for current trends in music composition.For the nonmusic major.

WEB
25421 Staff 3

MUS 131 Survey of Jazz and Contemporary Music

A survey of American popular music styles since 1900. Emphasis is placed on musical characteristics, artists and classic recordings which have shaped the evolution of music.

Augusta
24784 Thursday 11:00am-1:50pm Grover 2

MUS 141 Applied Music: Major Instrument, Voice or Composition

These courses will emphasize the development of basic and intermediate skills. For performers and vocalists, these will include the study of instrumental technique, sight reading, interpretive approaches appropriate to various music styles, and improvisational methods. For composers, the skills will include the study of compositional techniques, score analysis, orchestrational methods, and music autography with primary focus given to the composition of new works by the student. Individual teachers will provide sequencing of these studies so that all students will reach a requisite level of ability by the end of the fourth semester. Must be taken concurrently with MUS 100. Limited to music majors.Corequisite: MUS 100

Augusta
24785 Staff 2

MUS 142 Applied Music: Major Instrument, Voice, or Composition

These courses will emphasize the development of basic and intermediate skills. For performers and vocalists, these will include the study of instrumental technique, sight reading, interpretive approaches appropriate to various music styles, and improvisational methods. For composers, the skills will include the study of compositional techniques, score analysis, orchestrational methods, and music autography with primary focus given to the composition of new works by the student. Individual teachers will provide sequencing of these studies so that all students will reach a requisite level of ability by the end of the fourth semester. Must be taken concurrently with MUS100. Limited to music majors.Corequisite: MUS100

Augusta
24786 Staff 2

MUS 151 First Year/Sophomore Ensemble Sequence

Placement in each ensemble is by audition only. The first year ensemble sequence involves the fundamentals needed to perform in a group situation. There is a particular emphasis on note reading, chord reading, comping, song form, head arrangements, stage presence, intonation, rhythmic phrasing, time, time signatures, and an introduction to melodic and improvised soloing. In the second year ensembles, the course content is highly specialized in the area of improvisation. These ensembles will continue to build upon the first year material and deal specifically with improvisational skills. Chord-scale relationships, melodic phrasing, rhythmic concepts, call and response, and jazz articulation are examples of the soloing techniques included in these courses. Qualifying students may enroll at a higher level, but must fulfill the performance requirements for graduation. May be repeated for credit.

Augusta
24789 Staff 1

MUS 151N Freshman Ensemble I for Non-Majors

Placement in each ensemble is by audition only. The first year ensemble sequence involves the fundamentals needed to perform in a group situation. There is a particular emphasis on note reading, chord reading, comping, song form, head arrangements, stage presence, intonation, rhythmic phrasing, time, time signatures, and an introduction to melodic and improvised soloing. In the second year ensembles, the course content is highly specialized in the area of improvisation. These ensembles will continue to build upon the first year material and deal specifically with improvisational skills. Chord-scale relationships, melodic phrasing, rhythmic concepts, call and response, and jazz articulation are examples of the soloing techniques included in these courses. Qualifying students may enroll at a higher level, but must fulfill the performance requirements for graduation. May be repeated for credit.

Augusta
24793 Staff 1

MUS 152 First Year/Sophomore Ensemble Sequence

Placement in each ensemble is by audition only. The first year ensemble sequence involves the fundamentals needed to perform in a group situation. There is a particular emphasis on note reading, chord reading, comping, song form, head arrangements, stage presence, intonation, rhythmic phrasing, time, time signatures, and an introduction to melodic and improvised soloing. In the second year ensembles, the course content is highly specialized in the area of improvisation. These ensembles will continue to build upon the first year material and deal specifically with improvisational skills. Chord-scale relationships, melodic phrasing, rhythmic concepts, call and response, and jazz articulation are examples of the soloing techniques included in these courses. Qualifying students may enroll at a higher level, but must fulfill the performance requirements for graduation. May be repeated for credit.

Augusta
24790 Staff 1

MUS 152N Freshman Ensemble II

For non-music majors.Placement in each ensemble is by audition only. The first year ensemble sequence involves the fundamentals needed to perform in a group situation. There is a particular emphasis on note reading, chord reading, comping, song form, head arrangements, stage presence, intonation, rhythmic phrasing, time, time signatures, and an introduction to melodic and improvised soloing. In the second year ensembles, the course content is highly specialized in the area of improvisation. These ensembles will continue to build upon the first year material and deal specifically with improvisational skills. Chord-scale relationships, melodic phrasing, rhythmic concepts, call and response, and jazz articulation are examples of the soloing techniques included in these courses. Qualifying students may enroll at a higher level, but must fulfill the performance requirements for graduation. May be repeated for credit.

Augusta
24794 Staff 1

MUS 160 World Music

A study of folk, classical and popular music in Europe, Africa, Native America and South America, the Pacific, the Middle East and Asia, the uses of music in each of these world areas, the influence of Western music on the traditional music of each area, and the influence of non-Western music on European-American music. For nonmusic majors.

WEB
25423 Jenkins 3

MUS 181 Piano Lab I

Stresses keyboard application of concepts under study in theory lecture in a group lesson format. Students will be required to perform various scales, chord voicing and chord progressions, as well as apply basic improvisation concepts.

Augusta
24797 T 10:00AM-10:50AM Gallagher 1
24798 T 11:00AM-11:50AM Gallagher 1

MUS 190 Women In Western Music

A study of the female contributions to the music of Western society in the 20th century. The course surveys the lives of women as performers, musicians, and teachers in their contemporary cultural climates. The class will include an introduction to the concept of active listening and the development of basic skills for the analysis of musical forms, textures, and melodic and rhythmic materials. Open to non-majors.

WEB
25427 Jenkins 3

MUS 203 Music Theory and Practice 3

Blended coverage of jazz, classical, and popular music theory with concurrent improvisation, ear training, sight-singing, and keyboard applications. Topics include modal mixture, Neapolitan and augmented sixth chords, figured bass, chorale writing, extended chords, altered extensions, jazz, classical and rock analysis. Prerequisite: MUS 102 Music Theory and Practice 2.

Augusta
24799 T 10:30AM-11:50AM, TH 10:30AM-12:50PM Nelson 4

 

MUS 221 Arranging I

An introductory course which focuses on the concepts and techniques necessary to complete a successful arrangement. Transposition and ranges of instruments along with rhythm section writing and voicing are explored. Techniques of background writing, introductions, interludes, codas, articulation, phrasing and the use of dynamics are utilized in a step-by-step organization and orchestration of an arrangement from start to finish. Prerequisite: MUS 102

Augusta
24801 TTH 09:00AM-10:20AM Grover 3

 

MUS 243 Applied Music: Major Instrument, Voice, or Composition

These courses will emphasize the development of basic and intermediate skills. For performers and vocalists, these will include the study of instrumental technique, sight reading, interpretive approaches appropriate to various music styles, and improvisational methods. For composers, the skills will include the study of compositional techniques, score analysis, orchestrational methods, and music autography with primary focus given to the composition of new works by the student. Individual teachers will provide sequencing of these studies so that all students will reach a requisite level of ability by the end of the fourth semester. Must be taken concurrently with MUS 100. Limited to music majors.Corequisite: MUS 100

Augusta
24787 Staff 2

MUS 244 Applied Music: Major Instrument, Voice, or Composition

These courses will emphasize the development of basic and intermediate skills. For performers and vocalists, these will include the study of instrumental technique, sight reading, interpretive approaches appropriate to various music styles, and improvisational methods. For composers, the skills will include the study of compositional techniques, score analysis, orchestrational methods, and music autography with primary focus given to the composition of new works by the student. Individual teachers will provide sequencing of these studies so that all students will reach a requisite level of ability by the end of the fourth semester. Must be taken concurrently with MUS 100. Limited to music majors.Corequisite: MUS 100

Augusta
24788 Staff 2

MUS 253 First Year/Sophomore Ensemble Sequence

Placement in each ensemble is by audition only. The first year ensemble sequence involves the fundamentals needed to perform in a group situation. There is a particular emphasis on note reading, chord reading, comping, song form, head arrangements, stage presence, intonation, rhythmic phrasing, time, time signatures, and an introduction to melodic and improvised soloing. In the second year ensembles, the course content is highly specialized in the area of improvisation. These ensembles will continue to build upon the first year material and deal specifically with improvisational skills. Chord-scale relationships, melodic phrasing, rhythmic concepts, call and response, and jazz articulation are examples of the soloing techniques included in these courses. Qualifying students may enroll at a higher level, but must fulfill the performance requirements for graduation. May be repeated for credit.

Augusta
24791 Staff 1

MUS 253N Sophomore Ensemble Sequence for Non-majors

Placement in each ensemble is by audition only. The first year ensemble sequence involves the fundamentals needed to perform in a group situation. There is a particular emphasis on note reading, chord reading, comping, song form, head arrangements, stage presence, intonation, rhythmic phrasing, time, time signatures, and an introduction to melodic and improvised soloing. In the second year ensembles, the course content is highly specialized in the area of improvisation. These ensembles will continue to build upon the first year material and deal specifically with improvisational skills. Chord-scale relationships, melodic phrasing, rhythmic concepts, call and response, and jazz articulation are examples of the soloing techniques included in these courses. Qualifying students may enroll at a higher level, but must fulfill the performance requirements for graduation. May be repeated for credit.

Augusta
24795 Staff 1

MUS 254 Sophomore Ensemble Sequence

Placement in each ensemble is by audition only. The first year ensemble sequence involves the fundamentals needed to perform in a group situation. There is a particular emphasis on note reading, chord reading, comping, song form, head arrangements, stage presence, intonation, rhythmic phrasing, time, time signatures, and an introduction to melodic and improvised soloing. In the second year ensembles, the course content is highly specialized in the area of improvisation. These ensembles will continue to build upon the first year material and deal specifically with improvisational skills. Chord-scale relationships, melodic phrasing, rhythmic concepts, call and response, and jazz articulation are examples of the soloing techniques included in these courses. Qualifying students may enroll at a higher level, but must fulfill the performance requirements for graduation. May be repeated for credit.

Augusta
24792 Staff 1

MUS 254N Sophomore Ensemble Sequence for Non-majors

Placement in each ensemble is by audition only. The first year ensemble sequence involves the fundamentals needed to perform in a group situation. There is a particular emphasis on note reading, chord reading, comping, song form, head arrangements, stage presence, intonation, rhythmic phrasing, time, time signatures, and an introduction to melodic and improvised soloing. In the second year ensembles, the course content is highly specialized in the area of improvisation. These ensembles will continue to build upon the first year material and deal specifically with improvisational skills. Chord-scale relationships, melodic phrasing, rhythmic concepts, call and response, and jazz articulation are examples of the soloing techniques included in these courses. Qualifying students may enroll at a higher level, but must fulfill the performance requirements for graduation. May be repeated for credit.

Augusta
24796 Staff 1

MUS 262 Woodwind Techniques

Woodwind Techniques is a laboratory class, delivered in a private lesson or small-group format, that addresses basic instrument knowledge, performance and pedagogy of the woodwind family for Saxophone, Clarinet, flute, Oboe and Bassoon. Study of woodwind pedagogical techniques will enable the student toteach and direct elementary, middle and secondary level pupils. Prerequisite: Mus 102

Augusta
24802 Staff 2

MUS 263 Brass Techniques

Brass Techniques is a laboratory class, delivered in a private lesson or small-group format, that addresses basic instrument knowledge, performance and pedagogy of the brass family for trumpet, French horn, trombone and tuba. Study of brass pedagogical techniques will enable the student to teach and direct elementary, middle and secondary level pupils. Prerequisite: Mus 102.

Augusta
24803 Staff 2

MUS 264 String Techniques

String Techniques is a laboratory class delivered in a private lesson or small-group format that addresses basic instrument knowledge, performance and pedagogy of the string family for violin, viola, cello and bass. Study of string pedagogical techniques will enable the student to teach and direct elementary, middle and secondary level pupils.Prerequisite: Mus 102

Augusta
24804 Staff 2

MUS 265 Percussion Techniques

Percussion Class is a laboratory class delivered in a private lesson or small-group format that addresses basic instrument knowledge, performance and pedagogy of snare drum and timpani, jazz drum set, as well as mallet and Latin percussion. Study of percussion pedagogical techniques will enable the student to teach and direct elementary, middle and secondary level pupils.Prerequisite: Mus 102

Augusta
24805 Staff 2

MUS 266 Vocal Techniques

Vocal Techniques is a laboratory class, delivered in a private lesson or small-group format that addresses the needs of future choral educators by examining the organization and administration of public school choral music programs, surveying appropriate educational choral literature, and vocal pedagogy. Prerequisite:MUS 102

Augusta
24806 Staff 2

MUS 271 Sonic Arts I: Digital Music Systems

Digital Music Systems focuses on basic knowledge and skills for the operation of music synthesizers and other digital musical equipment. Emphasis will be on learning the basic principles of music synthesis, the musical instrument digital interface (MIDI) system, operation of computer hardware and software and computer-assisted arranging and scoring. Students will complete programming and arranging projects in the UMA Computer Music Studio.

Augusta
24807 M 04:00PM-06:45PM Mauceri 3

MUS 303 Hip Hop: Art, Culture, and Politics

Hip Hop is an umbrella term' for art, music, dance, literature, identity, style andpolitics. We will begin to understand the art, culture, and politics of Hip Hop bylooking at the movements and politics that inspired the birth of Hip Hop as a form of art and music. We will consider the art and aesthetics of Hip Hop and the musical styles that made Hip Hop music possible. Students will create a piece of art or music inspired by Hip Hop. The ways in which Hip Hop speaks to youth and speaks about oppression, violence, identity, culture, and power will also be considered. We will then explore Hip Hop as a form of cultural politics and activism toward social justice. Students will create art or music toward Hip Hop inspired social justice. Finally, we'll consider the possibilities of a Hip Hop future. 3 credits.Prerequisite: AME 201W OR MUS XXX OR ENG 102 OR permission of instructor.(Cross-listed with AME 303)

WEB
25043 Hentges 3


MUS 323 Composition I

The purpose of Composition I is to introduce students to the techniques and challenges of original composition.In the process of producing compositions in jazz, popular, and concert mustic styles, students will explore representative repertoire and consider such topics as motive and phrase, line writing, thematic development, planning harmonic progressions, formal design, effective orchestration and appropriate notation.Major projects incude songs, an extended multi-horn jazz composition and a work for mixed chamber ensemble. Prerequisite: MUS222

Augusta
24808 T 04:00PM-06:45PM Nelson 3

MUS 333 History and Literature of Music I

A study of European music styles and the principal composers of the Renaissance, Baroque, Classical, Romantic and Twentieth Century periods. Special attention is paid to forms, compositional techniques, related arts and aesthetic ideas of the times. Prerequisite: MUS131 or permission of instructor

Augusta
24809 MW 11:30AM-12:50PM Moseley 3

MUS 337 Tradition & Innovation:Art Music Since the Romantics

A study of 20th and 21st century composers, styles and techniques in European and American Art Music. Composers, their works, and relevant new technologies will be examined within their larger cultural and artistic context.For non-music majors. Prerequisite: ENG 102W (MUS 123,160,or 190 suggested, but not mandatory) or permission of the instructor.

WEB
25436 Jenkins 3

MUS 345 Applied Music: Major Instrument, Voice or Composition

These courses build upon concepts and techniques learned in the MUS 141/142/243/244 sequence; admittance requires Junior standing. Individual teachers will provide sequencing of these studies so that all students will reach a requisite level of ability prior to enrollment in MUS 448. Must be taken concurrently with MUS 100. Limited to music majors.Corequisite: MUS 100

Augusta
24810 Staff 2

MUS 346 Applied Music: Major Instrument, Voice or Composition

These courses build upon concepts and techniques learned in the MUS 141/142/243/244 sequence; admittance requires Junior standing. Individual teachers will provide sequencing of these studies so that all students will reach a requisite level of ability prior to enrollment in MUS 448. Must be taken concurrently with MUS 100. Limited to music majors.Corequisite: MUS 100

Augusta
24811 Staff 2

MUS 355 JuniorEnsemble Sequence

Placement in each ensemble is by audition only. The third- and fourth-year ensemble sequence builds upon the material covered in the first two years. More complex arrangements are performed, and there is a concentration on more advanced improvisation concepts such as altered harmonies and their corresponding scale forms, repertoire containing rapidly modulating chord progressions, and modal harmony and voicing.

Augusta
24815 Staff 1

MUS 356 Junior Ensemble Sequence II

Placement in each ensemble is by audition only. The third- and fourth-year ensemble sequence builds upon the material covered in the first two years. More complex arrangements are performed, and there is a concentration on more advanced improvisation concepts such as altered harmonies and their corresponding scale forms, repertoire containing rapidly modulating chord progressions, and modal harmony and voicing.

Augusta
24816 Staff 1

MUS 435 Senior Seminar

In this seminar, each student will complete a term paper based upon research undertaken during the semester. To facilitate the writing of the papers, the seminar will include the study of bibliographic techniques relevant to both print and on-line/Internet sources. And to develop a context in which to write term papers, students will read and discuss examples of current musical scholarship. Students will select research projects which complement their major area of study within the music program. Topics must be approved by the instructor. Prerequisite: MUS333, 334, ENG 101 and junior standing

Augusta
24812 T 05:00PM-07:45PM Moseley 3

 

MUS 435W Senior Seminar

In this seminar, each student will complete a term paper based upon research undertaken during the semester. To facilitate the writing of the papers, the seminar will include the study of bibliographic techniques relevant to both print and on-line/Internet sources. And to develop a context in which to write term papers, students will read and discuss examples of current musical scholarship. Students will select research projects which complement their major area of study within the music program. Topics must be approved by the instructor. Prerequisite: MUS333, 334, ENG 101 and junior standing.

Augusta
 29741 Thursday 5:00 pm - 7:45 pm Moseley 3

 

MUS 447 Applied Music: Major Instrument, Voice or Composition

These courses build upon concepts and techniques learned in the MUS 141/142/243/244 sequence; admittance requires Junior standing. Individual teachers will provide sequencing of these studies so that all students will reach a requisite level of ability prior to enrollment in MUS 448. Must be taken concurrently with MUS 100. Limited to music majors.Corequisite: MUS 100

Augusta
24813 Staff 2

MUS 448 Senior Concert

Each student will produce and/or perform, as appropriate, in a 45-minute concert presented in Jewett Hall. Students are responsible for all aspects of the concert, including procurement of requisite accompanists and equipment, adequate rehearsal prior to the concert, publicity, parts copying, and writing of a concert program/notes. Students must perform for a faculty jury at least two weeks prior to the concert performance; the concert will be presented only after the jury has determined that the program has been prepared to a requisite level of proficiency (as appropriate to the final year in a bachelor of music program). All students (instrumentalists, vocalists, and composers) must determine appropriate repertoire for the concert with the guidance and supervision of their applied music instructor. Students who pursue the composition concentration are not required to perform in the concert. However, it is expected that the compositions are arrangements they present will represent a substantial body of work. Prerequisite: MUS 447

Augusta
24814 Staff 2

MUS 457 Senior Ensemble Sequence I

Placement in each ensemble is by audition only. The third- and fourth-year ensemble sequence builds upon the material covered in the first two years. More complex arrangements are performed, and there is a concentration on more advanced improvisation concepts such as altered harmonies and their corresponding scale forms, repertoire containing rapidly modulating chord progressions, and modal harmony and voicing.

Augusta
24817 Staff 1

MUS 458 Junior Ensemble Sequence II

Placement in each ensemble is by audition only. The third- and fourth-year ensemble sequence builds upon the material covered in the first two years. More complex arrangements are performed, and there is a concentration on more advanced improvisation concepts such as altered harmonies and their corresponding scale forms, repertoire containing rapidly modulating chord progressions, and modal harmony and voicing.

Augusta
24818 Staff 1