MUS 1502: Theory and Analysis of Tonal Music II

2 Credits

These courses continue the core sequence of undergraduate theory and musicianship courses that are required for the undergraduate music majors and minors. Building upon the skills developed in the earlier courses [MUS 1501, 1511], we will now develop a more complete and sophisticated understanding of the different kinds of tonality that obtain in musics from the 18th century to today. These concepts will then also be applied as concrete skills in musicianship classes (MUS 1512 Ear-Training and Sight Singing II) through melodic, harmonic, and rhythmic dictation; sight-singing and clef reading. Each component emphasizes melodic and harmonic principles of tonality. Co-Requisite: students must concurrently enroll in MUS 1512. prereq: MUS 1501 and MUS 1511 with grade of at least C-

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