MUS 1501: Theory and Analysis of Tonal Music I

2 Credits

This course begins the core sequence of theory and musicianship courses required of the undergraduate music majors and music minors. In this course you will develop basic skills in music fundamentals and then apply these to species counterpoint, harmony and analysis exercises. These studies will then also be applied as concrete skills in your musicianship class (MUS 1511 Ear-Training/Sight-Singing I) through identification of musical materials, melodic, harmonic, and rhythmic dictation; sight-singing and clef reading. Listening exercises will train you not only in familiarity with the core repertoire of Western European concert music, but also in what to listen for and how. prereq: course must be taken concurrently w/ MUS 1511.

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