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MUS 233: Fundamentals of Music Theory III

Description
Discusses theoretical materials pertaining to formal structure (i.e.: binary, ternary, rondo, sonata form) and will continue at a more sophisticated level, the theoretical musical concepts introduced in Fundamentals of Music Theory II (ie. : phrasing, tonic expansion, cadences, secondary dominant strings, rhythmic and melodic motifs, chord intensification, tonicization, augmented 6th chords (all), modal mixture, chromatic mediants, introduction to chromatic functional harmony and advanced voice-leading, comprehensive study of all subdominants (pre-dominants) and modulations within all key relationships).
Credit units
3
Term description
1(3L)
College
Arts and Science
Department
Music
Formerly
MUS 213.
Prerequisite(s)
MUS 134 (or 114).
Corequisite(s)
MUS 220.
Note:
Students with credit for MUS 213 may not take MUS 233 for credit.