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M-SK 2104 - Ear Training 4
Sight-singing and Rhythm: Fluency in and understanding of tenor clef; changing clefs; singing and conducting in irregular meters; performing simple and compound meters in two parts; fixed do solfege syllables applied to modulating major and minor melodies; intervals larger than an octave; dotted and tied duplets. Aural Analysis: Aural recognition and identification of modulation by common tone, altered chord, and sequence; Neapolitan and augmented sixth chords; mode mixture; large intervals; irregular meters; changing meters; phrases and periods; binary and ternary form. Dictation: Transcription of three-part and four-part chorales; modulating tonal melodies incorporating chromaticism and leaps; baroque counterpoint; changing meters with ties, dotted notes, quinteuplets, and syncopations; rhythmic dictation in two parts.

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Description Sight-singing and Rhythm: Fluency in and understanding of tenor clef; changing clefs; singing and conducting in irregular meters; performing simple and compound meters in two parts; fixed do solfege syllables applied to modulating major and minor melodies; intervals larger than an octave; dotted and tied duplets. Aural Analysis: Aural recognition and identification of modulation by common tone, altered chord, and sequence; Neapolitan and augmented sixth chords; mode mixture; large intervals; irregular meters; changing meters; phrases and periods; binary and ternary form. Dictation: Transcription of three-part and four-part chorales; modulating tonal melodies incorporating chromaticism and leaps; baroque counterpoint; changing meters with ties, dotted notes, quinteuplets, and syncopations; rhythmic dictation in two parts.
Prerequisites M-SK 2103 / Lecture <min credit = 2.00>
Corequisites N/A
Fees N/A
Credits 2.00
Credit Types Credit

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