Aural Skills II

Music Theory 102

Usual Description

A continuation of MUTH 101. Arpeggiation of all diatonic triads, the leading-tone seventh chord, and the Neopolitan and augmented-sixth chords; major-minor mode mixture; tonicization of or modulation to V in major and III in minor, diatonic sequences, more elaborate divisions of the beat, polyrhythm, small binary forms, introduction to the alto clef.

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 102 Taught by Benjamin Geyer, Megan Long, Jan Miyake, or Andrew Pau
Music Theory 102
Music Theory 102
Music Theory 102 Taught by Arnie Cox, Jared Hartt, Sigrun Heinzelmann, or Joseph Lubben
Music Theory 102 Taught by Jared Hartt, David Heetderks, Jan Miyake, or Andrew Pau
Music Theory 102 Taught by Jan Miyake
Music Theory 102 Taught by Arnie Cox
Music Theory 102
Music Theory 102 Taught by Jared Hartt or Jan Miyake
Music Theory 102