MUSC 14 Beginning Western Theory and Musicianship

Students learn basic elements of musical language: rhythms, meters, scales, intervals, and chords. All of these elements are studied both singly and in their interrelationships within musical compositions. The study of structural elements of music incorporates both theoretical and practical aspects of learning, including written, keyboard, singing, and aural exercises. Prerequisite(s): placement via the Theory Placement Exam. Enrollment is by permission of the instructor. (Formerly Beginning Theory & Musicianship II.)




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