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Music Theory and Ear Training Fundamentals II - IN-PERSON

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Grades 7-Adult

Saturdays, 11:00 - 11:50 am

This class builds on the topics covered in Music Theory and Ear Training Fundamentals I. It is designed for students who can:

  • Fluently read notes in both treble and bass clef
  • Fluently count rhythms in simple and compound meter
  • Build and identify major and minor scales and key signatures
  • Build and identify musical intervals
  • Demonstrate proficiency with basic aural skills 

Students in this class will further develop their skills in those areas, while also gaining proficiency with tonal harmony. Topics will include triads, seventh chords, diatonic chords, analysis of diatonic harmony, and basic formal analysis. Singing with solfege, musical dictation, and other ear training skills also will be covered.

All students (both new and returning) must complete a placement assignment. Please contact department head Jessica Rudman at [email protected] to express interest. Open to students in grades 7 - adults. No refunds are available for this class. Tuition is $475.00 for the year; $200.00 for HCD private lesson students and HCD dance students.

Registration Deadline: October 1, 2019





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