|Keyboard Harmony 1|
|KEYB HARMONY 1|
|CLASS CODE:||MUSIC 291||CREDITS: 1|
|DIVISION:||PERFORMING AND VISUAL ARTS|
|GENERAL EDUCATION:||This course does not fulfill a General Education requirement.|
|CATALOG DESCRIPTION:||Semester one of a two-semester sequence of learning to apply principles of harmonic progression to keyboard style, focusing on folksong materials and excerpts from classics and pop songs.|
|DESCRIPTION:||Semester one of a two-semester sequence of learning to apply principles of harmonic progression to keyboard style, focusing on
folksong materials and excerpts from classics and pop songs.
|TOPICS:||Mostly diatonic harmony in both major and minor keys,incorporating all the chords within the major and minor scales; various
types of keyboard techniques, such as Alberti bass—making keyboard style
realizations of block harmonies
|OBJECTIVES:||The student will demonstrate knowledge of keyboard harmony by placing chords in acceptable spacing, with appropriate keyboard style
motivations, and demonstrating correct progression principles.
|REQUIREMENTS:||The class meets twice weekly. Grade is determined by daily or weekly assignments. No unit or semester tests.
|PREREQUISITES:||Students should have passed the piano proficiency test before registering for class and should have taken a semester of music theory (Music 196) and ear training (Music 194).|
|EFFECTIVE DATE:||August 1998|