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MUC210 Contemporary Music Theory IV

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Introduces analysis and its role in representing a deeper level understanding of harmonic motion and goals, performance decisions, small- and large-scale forms, processes, text/music relationships, and narratives. Includes two-voice counterpoint in contemporary modal and tonal languages as a means of understanding linear structure. Prerequisites: MUC 103 or MUS 113 or instructor permission. Audit available. (For detailed information, see the Course Content and Outcome Guide.)

Credits:
3.00
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List of classes for MUC210 Contemporary Music Theory IV
CRNLocation & typeDays & timeDatesSeats availableMaterialsMore infoSign up
44377CA Remote
Tuesday and Thursday
from 10 to 11:20am

From September 28 through December 16, 2021
Textbooks for CRN 44377
Instructor: Sarah D Gaskins
Tuition: credit Fees: $0

This page includes one section only, more sections may exist for this class.

Course details: CRN 44377

Course materials

Textbooks

No textbooks required

Technology:

There is no additional technology required for this class.

Instructor comments:

We'll meet at the allotted class time via Zoom! I'll email all students with a meeting link and password before the start of classes. The link will also be provided on the course Desire2Learn site.

Students will need manuscript/staff paper (I'll provide a PDF on Desire2Learn) or access to a notation software (MuseScore and Noteflight are great free options!).

In this course, we'll read a few academic articles and listen to some podcast episodes. Students will need a relatively quite place for listening, reflecting, and writing!

Web course information

No show policy
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Students with Disabilities:
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