Aural Skills I

Music Theory 101

Usual Description

Development of aural understanding through singing, conducting, improvisation, and listening. The melodic line, simple two-line combinations, rhythmic phrases, scales and triads, tonic predominant and dominant arpeggiation, diatonic intervals, simple and compound meters, treble and bass clefs, cadences, phrases, sentences and periods.

Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Music Theory 101 Taught by Benjamin Geyer, Jared Hartt, Robert Lubben, or Andrew Pau
Music Theory 101 Taught by Jared Hartt, Jan Miyake, or Andrew Pau
Music Theory 101
Music Theory 101
Music Theory 101 Taught by Arnie Cox, Jared Hartt, Sigrun Heinzelmann, or Jan Miyake
Music Theory 101 Taught by Jared Hartt, David Heetderks, Jan Miyake, or Andrew Pau
Music Theory 101 Taught by Sigrun Heinzelmann
Music Theory 101 Taught by Arnie Cox
Music Theory 101
Music Theory 101 Taught by Sigrun Heinzelmann