First Year Music Theory II2
Spring Quarter 2006
Office Hours: by appointment
“The Musician’s Guide To Theory and Analysis”, by Clendinning & Marvin, (includes: Workbook, Anthology, and Aural Skills vol. 1), and “Ear Training 2nd Edition” by horvit, Koozin, and Nelson. (Both required).
Three ring binder, manuscript paper, No. 2 pencils (no pens), erasers
Grades will be based on the following:
15% Ear training/Sight Singing Assignments
10% Pratica Musica
20% MidTerm Exam
30% Final Exam
Music III involves three separate skill areas: Music Theory, Ear Training and Sight Singing. Typically, Theory will involve written exercises and lecture demonstrations and will usually be covered MWF. Ear Training and Sight Singing will involve note reading, singing, rhythm, intervals, and vocalizes usually covered T, TH. We will meet in the piano lab every other Friday.
Tutoring is available at no cost to students who need extra help in this course. It is provided by BCC free of charge. Pleawe contact Mr. Almli if you feel you need tutoring.