Music Theory II

Music Theory 132

Usual Description

Continuation of MUTH 130 or 131, including remaining diatonic triads, supertonic leading-tone and subdominant seventh chords, tonicization of V in major and minor and of III in minor; applied chords; modal mixture, Neopolitan and augmented-sixth chords, special six-three and six-four chord usages; small binary and ternary forms. Analytical and  writing skills are developed.

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 132 Taught by Allen Cadwallader, David Heetderks, Megan Long, or Robert Lubben
Music Theory 132
Music Theory 132
Music Theory 132 Taught by Brian Alegant, Allen Cadwallader, Warren Darcy, Sigrun Heinzelmann, or Joseph Lubben
Music Theory 132 Taught by Allen Cadwallader, Arnie Cox, David Heetderks, or Andrew Pau
Music Theory 132 Taught by Allen Cadwallader, Warren Darcy, Jared Hartt, or Joseph Lubben
Music Theory 132 Taught by Allen Cadwallader or Joseph Lubben
Music Theory 132 Taught by Joseph Lubben
Music Theory 132 Taught by Allen Cadwallader, Warren Darcy, or Jan Miyake
Music Theory 132