Ear Training and Transcription 2 (pop/jazz), 5 cr - KMPM0109
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Learning outcomes of the course
The students identify by ear the normal phenomena appearing in tonal and modal pop and jazz such as rhythm, form and structure, melody and harmony. They are able to produce this phenomena in singing and playing, and take dictation. The students are able to write partiture and the thereto pertaining parts using the notation programme.
The students recognize and can produce rhythms in combined and changing time signatures. They command sequences and the most usual polyrhythms, and are able to use the body for rhythm comprehension and assimilation.
The Students are able to evaluate the content of course in a critically constructive way. They are also able to evaluate own skills and the development of those.
The students have the readiness to further develop their music comprehension skills, their motorics and coordination.
-sequences and polyrhythms
-reading and writing exercises in combined and changing time signatures.
Tall chords appearing in tonal and modal music
-vertical aspects of melody: the melody's relationship to the predominant chord
-chord progressions appearing in tonal and modal music (including chord inversions, chord function, borrowed, altered and substitute chords)
-the melody's horisontal aspect: melodic minor modes and whole-tone or diminished scales
-one sound and many sounds melody, harmonic and base line reading and writing exercises in modal and blues contexts
-deviations from tonality and moulation
TRANSPOSITION AND NOTATION
-solo and arrangement transcriptions
-writing of score and its parts
-use of notation programme
-common music terms in original language, in Finnish and in English
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Assessment criteria, passed/failed
- recognize and is able to produce rhythms in combined and changing time signatures
- recognize and are able to produce tonal and modal melodies and harmonies
- are able to take dictation in clear score writing and corresponding parts using the notation programme.
- are able to obtain, handle and evaluate the acquired knowledge critically
- assume responsibility of their own and the group's learning and are able to follow directions
The students don't achieve the course's minimal pass-requirements.