Apr 12, 2021  
2017-2018 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED BULLETIN]

Add to Personal Catalog (opens a new window)

MUS 069A - Music Fundamentals and Species Counterpoint

Semester Hours: 3
Fall
May be substituted for MUS 069  as the first required course for music majors in the music theory sequence, and should be taken concurrently with MUS 061  or 061A . It is intended for students who, on the basis of a placement examination, have demonstrated a need for intensive training in music fundamentals beyond that normally covered in MUS 69. It is organized in two parts: 1) an intensive and comprehensive survey of the fundamentals of music theory; 2) training in the writing and analysis of two-part species counterpoint in the manner of Fux. Emphasis is given to the development of a general understanding of fundamental principles of music theory and to the principles of voice leading and melodic structure that is most useful in the study of tonal harmony.

Prerequisite(s)/Course Notes:
Corequisite: MUS 061  or 061A  or permission of the department. Enrollment limited to music majors or prospective music majors.


Click here for Fall 2021 course offering(s).

Click here for Spring 2022 course offering(s).

Click here for Summer I 2021 course offering(s).

Click here for Summer II 2021 course offering(s).

Click here for Summer III 2021 course offering(s).




Add to Personal Catalog (opens a new window)