MUS 4571: Chromatic Harmony and Form in Western Art Music 1700–1900

3 Credits

Dissonant and chromatic harmonic procedures in art music from Bach and Handel through Brahms and Wagner. Rondo and sonata forms. Emphasis on analysis of complete movements, and part-writing (both figured bass and melody harmonization) deploying chromatic chordal vocabulary. Coordinated development of skills in sight-singing (including alto and tenor clefs), ear-training, and keyboard. prereq: undergraduate- MUS 1502 and MUS 1512 with grade of at least C- or higher prereq: graduate- MUS 3508 and MUS 3518 with grade of at least C- or higher, or passing score on tonal entrance exams.

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