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M-SK 1104 - Ear Training 2
Sight-singing and Rhythm: Fluency in and understanding of ledger lines in treble and bass clef; singing and conducting in compound meters; fixed do solfege syllables applied to non-modulating major and minor melodies; fixed do solfege syllabes applied melodies that include tonicization; all diatonic intervals within the octave; triplets and sextuplets; and tied notes, dotted notes, and syncopation. Aural Analysis: Aural recognition and identification of simple harmonic progression in major and minor keys; triad qualities; simple meters; and compound meters. Dictation: Transcription of non-modulating tonal melodies including non-chord tones; first and second species counterpoint; simple and compound meters with ties, triplets and syncopations; an outer and an inner voice from a four-part chorale.

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Description Sight-singing and Rhythm: Fluency in and understanding of ledger lines in treble and bass clef; singing and conducting in compound meters; fixed do solfege syllables applied to non-modulating major and minor melodies; fixed do solfege syllabes applied melodies that include tonicization; all diatonic intervals within the octave; triplets and sextuplets; and tied notes, dotted notes, and syncopation. Aural Analysis: Aural recognition and identification of simple harmonic progression in major and minor keys; triad qualities; simple meters; and compound meters. Dictation: Transcription of non-modulating tonal melodies including non-chord tones; first and second species counterpoint; simple and compound meters with ties, triplets and syncopations; an outer and an inner voice from a four-part chorale.
Prerequisites M-SK 1103 / Lecture <min credit = 2.00>
Corequisites N/A
Fees N/A
Credits 2.00
Credit Types Credit

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