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Learning outcomes of the course
Solfege: the student can sing and write melodies and chords based on modes or major/minor tonality. He/She is able to write and read rhythms, sing and identify intervals by ear and to figure out triadic and seventh-chord progressions. Music School D-course level.
Music theory and harmony:
The student knows Western tonal music's main concepts (intervals, scales, chord analysis and small forms) and is familiar with the principles of voice leading (continuo bass).
Western tonal music's concepts pertaining melody and harmony, aurally, sung and written. Modes and major-minor based melodies and chords, intervals and triad and seventh-chords progressions, written and aurally perceived.
triads and seventh-chords and their inversions, dominant ninth-chord, the most usual transformation chords, diatonic modulation and suspension. Figured bass writing and scale degree and realisation marks. Comprehensive knowledge of voice leading.
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Assessment criteria - grade 1 and 2
The students figure out tonal textures from listening and know Western tonal music's basic concepts and voice leading principles. Music shool D-course level.
The course is failed when the minimal requirements are not met.