MUC210 Contemporary Music Theory IV
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. (See course content and outcomes.)
|CRN||Class type||Location||Days & time||Dates||Seats available||Faculty||More info|
|42940||In-person||Cascade MAHB 104|
Tuesday and Thursdayfrom 10 to 11:20am
From September 26 through December 14, 2023
|Sarah D Gaskins||Books for CRN 42940
Class details for CRN 42940
|44998||In-person||Cascade MAHB 104|
Monday and Wednesdayfrom 1 to 2:20pm
From September 25 through December 13, 2023
|Sarah D Gaskins||Books for CRN 44998 $0|
Class details for CRN 44998
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