Course Description
MUS256 Aural Skills IV (1-1-1)

This course continues with the fundamentals of tonal music, scales, rhythmic patterns, modes, triads, seventh chords and chord patterns, and includes modulations, non-harmonic tones, inversion of seventh chords, four-voice chord progressions and patterns, chromatic and secondary harmonies, ninth chords, borrowed chords, altered dominant harmony, chromatic mediant harmonies, foreign modulation, and non-functional harmony. It adds Impressionist devices, 12-tone technique and other 20th century elements. The course also emphasizes sight-singing and the use of solfeggio as a learning a study tool. Preparing for transfer auditions is emphasized. PR: MUS 255 CR: MUS 252 S

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