L27 Music 122C Classical Theory II

A review of diatonic harmony and followed by a study of chromatic harmony and issues of tonality and form. Topics include tonicization and modulation, chromatic voice-leading, modal mixture, altered and extended chords, modulation to foreign keys, and elaboration of diatonic sequences. Work involves written and class-related exercises, analysis of 18th- and 19th-century works, and model composition. Students who register for Music 122C are required to register for one of the subsections. Prerequisite: Music 121C.

Credit 3 units. A&S: LA A&S IQ: HUM BU: HUM EN: H


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...following courses: Music 121C , Music 122C . Physics (L31...No credit awarded. Music (L27) Grade 7, 6...