EVCRT 311 — Music Theory and Analysis III: Chromatic Harmony And Analysis
This course introduces large-scale forms (sonata form, rondo, and ternary) as well as principles of chromatic harmony. An emphasis is placed on the expressive meaning of chromatic harmonies and also on the use of chromatic features in complete, large-scale movements. Analytical and model-composition projects draw from the Classical repertoire (especially sonata forms) and representative, early 19th-century genres (such as Lieder and character pieces). Placement interview required.
13 weeks, 3 credits
Tuesday 5:30 – 8:30 pm
September 19 – December 12
Students may register online after they have interviewed and been placed in the class.
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