MUSI 040D. Elements of Musicianship IV

The Elements of Musicianship courses explore music making from a variety of perspectives and across many styles and genres of (mostly) Western music. Among the skills developed are: sight-singing melodies and arpeggiated harmonic progressions; singing and playing the piano simultaneously; part singing in choral works; taking musical dictation; transcription of recorded music; basic conducting; beginning keyboard harmony; and transposition.
The fourth and final semester, Music 40D, explores advanced atonal melodies; distant chromatic modulation; diminished seventh chords; Neapolitan and augmented sixth chords; and mixed meters.
​Required for all MUSI 014 students, with or without 0.5 credit. The instructor will place students at appropriate levels. 
0.0 or 0.5 credit.
Spring 2023. Hauze.
Spring 2024. Hauze.

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