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MUS 104
Music Theory and Musicianship I Spring 2021
Division I

Class Details

Music 104a continues the practical musicianship work of Music 103, while expanding the scope of harmonic topics to include seventh chords and chromatic harmony. Music 104a further explores the transformation of chorale harmony in contrapuntal works of the eighteenth century. Projects include the composition of preludes and fugues on baroque models.
The Class: Format: lecture/conference/laboratory; lecture two days a week; a conference meeting one day a week; ear training/keyboard skills lab meeting twice a week. Students register for lecture and a Wednesday conference section; aural skills lab and keyboard lab meetings will be scheduled in the first week of class.
Limit: 24
Expected: 21
Class#: 5479
Grading: no pass/fail option, yes fifth course option
Requirements/Evaluation: weekly written work, written and keyboard quizzes, and midterm and final projects
Prerequisites: MUS 103
Enrollment Preferences: first-years, potential or declared Music majors, and those with strong musicianship backgrounds
Unit Notes: this course will share aural skills labs with MUS 104b; students considering taking this course should consult the lab times and plan their schedules accordingly
Distributions: Division I

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