|Harmony II - 41269 - MUSL 2210 - 01
Associated Term: Fall 2019
Levels: Undergraduate, Undergraduate Second Degree, Undergraduate Third Degree, Licensure Only, Undergraduate
Lecture Schedule Type
Traditional Instructional Method
Learning Objectives: Harmony III is the continuing study of the structures, formal schemes and genres of western music, which include European-American concert, American Jazz and popular genres. This course introduces the basic building blocks of chromatic harmony and sonata musical form and is required for music majors. The goal of this class is to give the student a solid understanding of how music is put together and how to use this information to become a better musician.
Required Materials: Steven Kostka and Dorothy Payne: Tonal Harmony, fifth edition. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2005. ISBN: 0072852607 Hulme, Lance: Music Theory Workbook. In Pegno Music ISBN: 9781613641934
Technical Requirements: Successful completion of Fundamentals and Harmony II.
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