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MUS 211

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Syllabus Fall 2012 (Word .doc file)

Syllabus Fall 2012 (.pdf file)

TEST ONE STUDY GUIDE (.doc)  (.pdf)

TEST TWO STUDY GUIDE (.doc)  (.pdf)


TEST FOUR STUDY GUIDE  (.doc)  (.pdf)

FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE  (.doc)  (.pdf)


Benward & Saker text

Chapter 1 summary

Chapter 2 summary

(modulation, closely-related keys, modulation types, pivot chord modulation,
sequential modulation, direct modulation, enharmonic modulation, analytical
symbols for modulation, common pivots)

Diminished Triads & Seventh Chords
(leading tone triad, secondary leading tone triad, diminished 7th chords,
leading tone 7th chord, resolution of TT factor, leading tone 7th partwriting,
resolution of the secondary leading tone 7th, resolution of o7/V to tonic six-four,
nondominant diminished 7th chords--#iio7 and #vio7)

Modulation with Diminished Seventh Chords
(o7 as pivot, secondary leading tone chord as pivot in new key,
nondominant diminished 7th as pivot, modulation by resolving
early one member of a o7 chord)

*MUS 211 o7 Chord Brain Def*rter*

Binary and Ternary Forms
(review of smaller forms, binary, rounded binary, ternary,
composite ternary, sonata)

Application of Part-Writing Procedures
(differentiating instrumental from vocal writing)

Diatonic Seventh Chords
(major 7th chord, diatonic 7th in sequence--3 voices, diatonic 7th
in succession and in sequence--4 voices, writing single
diatonic 7th chords)

*Seventh Chord Qualities*

Borrowed Chords
(borrowed chords, neapolitan chord, secondary dominant of neapolitan chord,
neapolitan chord in sequence, augmented triad, general guidelines regarding
the borrowed chord & neapolitan 6 chord & augmented triads)

*Analyzing Altered Tones / Chords*

English Folk Song arrangement

Telemann arrangement


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