3.00 credits

(3.5,1,0) hrs

15 wks

This course develops a richer understanding of tonal harmony both in terms of its local relationships (chord-to-chord connections) and its longer-range behaviour over the course of a musical phrase, section or entire composition. The course is designed to link theoretical understanding to aural appreciation, and to enhance the students' enjoyment of the music history curriculum through detailed study of the same repertoire wherever possible. As well, the course offers tools for learning and memorizing repertoire, in support of the students' performance studies.

Prerequisites

MUS 101 and MUS 113 with a minimum grade of C in both courses

Co-requisites

MUS 212

Course Outlines