This is the first of a four-semester/two year sequence of coursework designed for students who are pursuing music as an academic major or minor. The content of this course is the building of skills in reading music, and developing aural competency in interval relationships, scales, and triads, through a variety of musical practices. Group 2 course.
Corequisites MUS 101
, MUS 106
Course Learning Outcomes Knowledge:
- Identify intervals through P8.
- Identify major, minor, augmented, and diminished triads.
- Identify chord progressions using I, ii, IV, and V.
- Identify major and 3 forms of minor scales.
- Sing m2-P8, major scale, 3 forms of minor scales, major and minor triads, and melodies using solfege.
- Clap and count, and sing and conduct simple and compound meter.
- Transcribe rhythm dictation in simple meter and compound meter.
- Transcribe diatonic melodic dictation.
- Transcribe diatonic harmonic dictation.
Caring - Civic Learning:
- See themselves as artists.
- Collaborate with others in a creative environment.
- Recognize the personal and societal importance of self-expression and creativity.
Learning How to Learn:
- Express interest in music from other cultures and genres.
- Value differences in cultural expressions of creativity.
- Recognize the role music plays as an expression of social concerns.
- Read study effectively.
- Frame useful questions.
- Develop educational goals.
- Direct/regulate their own learning.
- Learn through collaboration.