HRM 102; 3 s.h./term
A course that examines the basic progressions, voice leading, and syntax of tonal harmony through 4-part writing. Includes the basic uses of root position and first inversion chords, use of sevenths, intermediate chords, and the cadential 6-4.
HRM 201–202; 2 s.h./term
Continues building on the basic progressions from Harmony I with new expansions and prolongations, phrase analysis, modulation to the dominant in major and to the mediant in minor, diatonic sequential progressions, 6-3 and 6-4 chord techniques, and melodic and rhythmic figuration.
HRM 301; 2 s.h./term
Covers advanced use of seventh chords, modal mixture, diatonic modulation to all keys, the Phrygian II chord, augmented sixth chords, and advanced chromaticism.
Odd-numbered courses generally meet in the fall and even-numbered courses meet in the spring.
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