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    The Juilliard School
   
 
  Sep 20, 2017
 
 
    
Evening Division Fall 2017

Music Theory


The Music Theory and Analysis program helps musicians foster a deeper understanding of the musical literature through the study of its syntax, structure, and styles. Throughout these studies, students develop and refine their musical instincts, expand their knowledge of musical repertoire, and apply this knowledge creatively through model composition projects. The Literature & Techniques of Music courses are designed for non-musicians who want to gain a basic knowledge of music theory in order to enhance their understanding and appreciation of great works throughout music history. The Music Theory & Analysis courses are for students who are interested in composition or earning academic credit. The program begins with the Elements of Music, which begins with the basic language of music theory. It then progresses into the five-semester sequence of Music Theory and Analysis I-V. Advanced electives are also offered to expand students' theoretical knowledge and analytical skills in specific time periods and genres.

 

Interview Information
Placement interviews are required to place students in the proper level course. Please schedule an appointment online at juilliard.edu/eveningauditions

Interview Date
September 6
4:30–7:30pm

Courses