Music 113


Spring 2004

The course is a continuation of Music 112 and concentrates on extensions of tonality by means of changing tonal centers and the use of altered chords.

Attendance is required. Please schedule your other classes so you will be able to be in the room at the beginning of the class and not leave it before the end. Students are allowed three unexcused absences per semester. After that 1 percentage point is lost per absence (unless formally excused) until a maximum of 5 percentage points have been reached.

There will be three dictation quizzes, eight singing quizzes, a Final dictation and Final singing test. Students will be required to use MacGAMUT to practice their aural skills.

The grading system is as follows:

Please make sure you have music manuscript paper available at all sessions since there will be a fair amount of individual writing in class. The grading scale is as follows:

Final dictation and singing test:

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