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MUS 234: Fundamentals of Music Theory IV

Description
Introduces students to many of the theoretical musical materials explored by a variety of composers in the 20th Century. This includes the study of synthetic scales (ie.: octatonic, whole tone, etc.) chromatic polymodality, set theory analysis, ordered tone rows and serialism, twelve-tone matrixes and an exploration of a variety of new ways to organize musical parameters and their contemporary notation.
Credit units
3
Term description
2(3L)
College
Arts and Science
Department
Music
Formerly
MUS 214.
Prerequisite(s)
MUS 233 (or 213).
Corequisite(s)
MUS 221.
Note:
Students with credit for MUS 214 may not take MUS 234 for credit.