Music Theory and Aural Skills 2

Grades 9-Adult
Daniel Sawler
Room: MSH 221

Two Sections:
Wednesday – 5:30–7:00 p.m.
Saturday –  11:30–1:00 p.m.

Tuition E
This is a yearlong course divided into two semesters.

Music Theory and Aural Skills 2 focuses on the traditional discipline of two and four-voice part writing. After completing harmonic species counterpoint, students learn cadence formulas and basic tonic expansions. Relevant repertoire is examined throughout the course.

Relevant Aural Skills are used to introduce each topic. Students will learn to compose and sing their own melodies, dictate melodies, and chord qualities, and perform more advanced rhythms.

Prerequisite: Music Theory and Aural Skills 1 or a high scoring placement exam

How to Register

New students and students registering after mid-September: ECMS Registration Form 

Continuing ECMS students may re-register online from May until September.

Paper registration forms available upon request: (585) 274-1400

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