EVCRT 141/142 — Keyboard Skills I
Jessica Chow Shinn
This yearlong course addresses all aspects of musicianship skills at the keyboard. Areas under study include realization of figured bass lines with a given soprano; harmonization of simple chorale melodies; composition of simple harmonic progressions; an introduction to alto, tenor, and soprano clefs using up to four-part exercises; and transposition of 19th-century Lieder up and down half-steps and whole-steps. Prerequisite: Introduction Keyboard Skills and Elements of Music Theory or equivalent. Placement interview required.
13 weeks and 2 credits per semester
Monday 5:30 – 7:30 pm
September 18 – December 11
$1,050 per semester
Students may register online after they have auditioned and been accepted.
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