THEORY 250 - Bmus Wrtg Sk I V
Fall 2022, Section 004
Instruction Mode: Section 004 is  In Person (see other Sections below)
Subject: Music Theory (THEORY)
Department: Music School
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(Parallels 239, 240.) Writing activities involving melodic and rhythmic figuration, leading-tone seventh chords, diatonic modulation, and chromatic voice-leading techniques; analysis of period structure, binary form, ternary forms. Last half of 250 introduces 20th-century materials such as atonality, exotic scales, pitch-class sets, and 12-tone serialism.


THEORY 250 - Bmus Wrtg Sk I V
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MWF 9:30AM - 10:30AM

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