Fall 2016 not offered
This course is an investigation of the tonal system as it functions in extreme situations: selected highly chromatic passages in Mozart, Beethoven, and Schubert; the more adventurous compositions of Chopin and Liszt; Wagnerian opera-drama; and late-19th-century works in which the tonal system approaches collapse (Hugo Wolf, early Schoenberg). Recently developed models from the music-theoretical literature will be introduced. Chromatic harmony will be considered from both technical and expressive points of view.
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||Prerequisites: MUSC201 OR MUSC202
||Fulfills a Major Requirement for: (MUSC)
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Assignments will include chorale harmonization, a three-voice invention, and analysis of selected passages from 19th century composition.
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