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MUC102 Contemporary Music Theory II

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Covers music theory as exhibited in contemporary musical styles such as jazz, blues, rock, hip hop, funk, electronic dance music, folk, etc. Includes harmonic function, 12-bar blues, non-chord tones, asymmetrical meter, modes, and applied (secondary dominant-functioning) chords. Includes basic music analysis focusing on diatonic and chromatic harmonies, lead sheet notation, and Roman numerals. Includes written composition. This is the second course in a three-course sequence. Prerequisite: MUC 101 or instructor permission. Audit available. (For detailed information, see the Course Content and Outcome Guide.)

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23472CA Remote
Monday and Wednesday
from 10 to 11:20am

From March 29 through June 9, 2021
Textbooks for CRN 23472
Instructor: Mary M Kadderly
Tuition: credit Fees: $0

Course details: CRN 23472

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