This coursework is designed for students who are pursuing music as an academic major or minor, particularly for those who need further work before entering MUS 103
. 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, principally the voice. Group 2 course.
Corequisites MUS 100A
, MUS 106
Recommended Prerequisites or Skills Competencies
A basic understanding of music theory is recommended.
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.
- Clap/count, and sing/conduct simple and compound meter.
- Sing m2-P8, major scale, major and minor triads, and melodies using solfege.
- Transcribe diatonic melodic dictation.
- Transcribe diatonic harmonic dictation.
- Transcribe rhythm dictation in simple and compound meters.
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.