MUSC070 - INTRO THEORY&MUSCIANSHP

This course will cover basic skills and vocabulary for reading, hearing, performing, analyzing, and writing music. Students will gain command of musical rudiments, including notation, reading and writing in treble and bass clefs, intervals, keys, scales, triads and seventh chords, and competence in basic melodic and formal analysis. The course will include an overview of basic diatonic harmony, introduction to harmonic function and tonicization. Musicianship skills will include interval and chord recognition, rhythmic and melodic dictation and familiarity with the keyboard. There will be in-depth study of selected compositions from the "common practice" Western tradition, including classical, jazz, blues and other popular examples. Listening skills--both with scores (including lead sheets, figured bass and standard notation), and without--will be emphasized. There is no prerequisite. Students with some background in music may place out of this course and into Music 170, Theory and Musicianship I. (Formerly Music 70, 71). Fulfills College Formal Reasoning and Analysis Foundational Requirement.
Section 001 - LEC

TR 1030AM-1200PM

SAMUEL, JAMUNA

LERNER CENTER (MUSIC BUILDING 101

Section 002 - LEC

TR 1030AM-1200PM

LASKEY, KEVIN

LERNER CENTER (MUSIC BUILDING 210

Section 003 - LEC

MWF 1100AM-1200PM

WALLS, JACOB

LERNER CENTER (MUSIC BUILDING 210

Section 004 - LEC

MWF 1100AM-1200PM

CLAYTON, MATTHEW

LERNER CENTER (MUSIC BUILDING 101

Section 601 - LEC

R 0530PM-0830PM

PRIMOSCH, JAMES

FISHER-BENNETT HALL 406