Theory and Practice of Tonal Music III


Tonal music using advanced chromaticism; analysis of larger classical forms and popular idioms; composition of large-scale instrumental forms, song forms, and projects modeling 19th and 20th century tonality; and aural skills including singing, dictation, keyboard harmony, and score reading.


Students majoring or minoring in Music MUST complete the core requirements (MUS261, MUS361, MUS461, MUS255S, MUS256S, MUS257, MUS258) for a letter grade. S/U grading will NOT count toward the completion of the Music major or minor.

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Curriculum Codes
  • ALP
Typically Offered
Fall Only