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MUS 112

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GRADES

Syllabus Spring 2012 (Word .doc file)

Syllabus Spring 2012 (.pdf file)

TEST ONE STUDY GUIDE

TEST TWO STUDY GUIDE

TEST THREE STUDY GUIDE

TEST FOUR STUDY GUIDE

FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE


REFERENCE INFORMATION

Harmonic Progression; Leading-Tone & Supertonic Triads
9(full circle progression, common progressions chart, diminished triad,
leading tone triad, supertonic triad, unequal 5ths)

Nonharmonic Tones I
(passing tone, neighboring tone, figured bass symbols re nonharmonic tones)

Nonharmonic Tones II
(suspensions, retardation, anticipation, appoggiatura, escape tone,
successive neighbors, pedal tone)

Dominant Seventh & Supertonic Seventh Chords
(dominant 7th chords, supertonic 7th chords)

Submediant & Mediant Triads
(submediant triad, mediant triad, root movement)

Melodic Line II
(means of melodic extension, phrase group, double period)

v and VII Triads; Phrygian Cadence
(minor dominant triad, subtonic triad, medieval modes,
determining a transposed mode, half cadence, phrygian cadence)

Harmonic Sequence
(harmonic sequence defined, roots down a 5th up a 4th,
roots up a 5th down a 4th, roots down a 3rd up a 4th,
roots down a 3rd up a 2nd, roots down a 4th up a 2nd)

Secondary Dominants; Elementary Modulation
(chromaticism, secondary dominant chords, tonicization, modulation,
determining which chords can be pivots, cross relation)

*Determining Secondary Dominant Chords*

 

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