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Jane Clendinning and Elizabeth Marvin, The Musicians Guide to Theory and Analysis
(NY: W.W. Norton) 2005.
accompanying workbook, anthology and CD's to the above text
music staff paper notebook. Standard size 8 1/2" by 11"
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By the end of the quarter the student, to receive a grade of C or higher, will be
expected to be able to:
know the fundamentals of our musical notation system and produce clean, legible
copies
know note names in all clefs
recognize and write all major and minor scales and their key signatures
recognize and write pentatonic and modal scales
know scale degree names in major and minor
construct intervals accurately and quickly above or below a given pitch
understand and use the concept of itervallic inversion
understand the elements of rhythm, meter, and rhythmic notation
spell and recognize triads and seventh chords in major and minor keys
know basic Roman Numeral and lead sheet chord symbols
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Your final grade will be based upon homework, a mid term exam, three quizzes and a
final exam. They will be weighted as follows:
Assignments and Quizzes 10%
Midterm Exam 20%
Quizzes 30%
Final Exam 40%
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MUSIC 101
Music Theory I
Fall 2005
COURSE SYLLABUS AND SCHEDULE
Call number: 04843
Time and location: 10:10 to 11:00 a.m., MWF, Room 476
Instructor: Harold Robison
E-mail: [email protected]
Office: Music Building, Room 497D
Office phone: 593-0585
Office hours: 9-10 MWF, other times by appointment
Brief description of course:
Music 101 is the first of a series of three courses designed to acquaint the freshman
music major with the underlying grammar and syntax of musical structure, and to
prepare him or her to perceive that structure with both the ear and eye. During this
quarter, emphasis will be placed on the basics of musical notation, tonal melodic
structure, and the fundamentals of functional tertian harmony.
Required materials:
Jane Clendinning and Elizabeth Marvin, The Musicians Guide to Theory and
Analysis
(NY: W.W. Norton) 2005.
accompanying workbook, anthology and CD's to the above text
music staff paper notebook. Standard size 8 1/2" by 11"
Note: these materials will be used throughout the year.
Note: bring text, workbook and staff paper to each class, anthology as announced.
Expected competencies:
By the end of the quarter the student, to receive a grade of C or higher, will be
expected to be able to:
know the fundamentals of our musical notation system and produce clean, legible
copies
know note names in all clefs
recognize and write all major and minor scales and their key signatures
recognize and write pentatonic and modal scales
know scale degree names in major and minor
construct intervals accurately and quickly above or below a given pitch
understand and use the concept of itervallic inversion
understand the elements of rhythm, meter, and rhythmic notation
spell and recognize triads and seventh chords in major and minor keys
know basic Roman Numeral and lead sheet chord symbols
MUS 101 - 2003 Syllabus - Page 2
Professionalism:
Attendance:Enrollment in a class carries with it a commitment to attend that class. A
maximum of three unexcused absences are allowed. Your final grade may be lowered
by a portion of a letter (A to A-, etc.) for each unexcused absences over the
maximum!
Lateness: Habitual lateness will be counted as absences.
Assignments: Will not be accepted after 12:00 noon of the day they are due.
Exams and Quizzes: Student's who are not present for exams or quizzes will receive
a "0" for that exam unless arrangements are made in advance. No additional time
will be given for lateness.
Plagiarism: Anyone caught duplicating another's work on an exam or assignment
will automatically fail the course.
Grading:
Your final grade will be based upon homework, a mid term exam, three quizzes and a
final exam. They will be weighted as follows:
Assignments and Quizzes 10% Grading scale example
Midterm Exam 20% 87-89 = B+
Quizzes 30% 83-86 = B
Final Exam 40% 80-82 = B-
COURSE SCHEDULE
(subject to change)
Chapter One Pitch and Pitch Class. (Sept. 7-9)
Chapter Two Beat, Meter, and Rhythm: Simple Meters. (Sept. 12-16)
QUIZ 1, September 19
Chapter Three Pitch Collections, Scales, and Major Keys (Sept. 21-26)
Chapter Four Minor Keys and Diatonic Modes. (Sept. 28-Oct. 5)
MID-TERM EXAM, October 7
Chapter Five Beat, Meter, and Rhythm: Compound Meters (Oct. 10-12)
Chapter Six Pitch Intervals (Oct. 14-19)
QUIZ 2, October 21
Chapter Seven Triads (Oct. 24-31)
QUIZ 3, November 4
Chapter Seven Seventh Chords (Nov. 4-14)
FINAL EXAM (COMPREHENSIVE), FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 10:10 am
Class will not meet: November 11, Veterans Day
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