MUS 051 - Music Theory and Musicianship for Non-Majors ISemester Hours: 3
A survey of principles of harmony, analysis, sight-singing, and aural skills, intended to provide useful background and musicianship skills for students with an active interest in music, but not intending to be music majors. Particularly designed to meet the needs of students minoring in musical theater, or majoring in drama or dance, it will focus on the tonal language of American popular and theatrical music. It is also suitable for music minors and other non-majors with substantial musical backgrounds.
MUS 001 or a passing grade on the placement examination in music theory/aural skills. May not be taken on a Pass/D+/D/Fail basis. No liberal arts credit.
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