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Harmony

HAR380A
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estern European Harmonic Practice from 1600 to 1820
3 credits, 3 hours lecture
Focusing on compositions from the Baroque and Classical periods, this first-semester course covers preparatory material for the study of harmony, figured bass, harmonization of melodies, voice leading, cadences, theory of chord progression, chord progressions in the diatonic major and minor, chord inversions, and an introduction to analysis.

HAR380B
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estern European Harmonic Practice from 1820 to the Present
3 credits, 3 hours lecture
Focusing on compositional styles of the Romantic and Contemporary Periods, this second-semester course covers formal analysis, advanced techniques related to sequences, mixture, Neapolitan chords, augmented 6th chords, diatonic and chromatic modulation, and twelve-tone techniques.

 

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