MUS 312 Form & Analysis

Study Guide, Final Exam

Return to Home Page

Return to MUS 312 Menu

Be able to provide general descriptions/definitions of items pertaining to structural units (periods, etc.)

Be able to define/describe structural functions (four types).

Be able to describe various forms and their components:  binary, ternary, rondo, sonata, variation, etc.

Be able to describe the format of larger forms:  concerto, symphony, symphonic poem, etc.

Be able to write requested modes.

Be able to describe the characteristics of contemporary forms/styles.

Be able to analyze pitch-class sets.

Be able to create a 12-tone matrix for a serial work.  And be able to provide pitch-class set analysis for requested chords from within the composition.

Return to Home Page

Return to MUS 312 Menu