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by: Caden Wolf PhD


Caden Wolf PhD

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R. Bain

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This 1 page Study Guide was uploaded by Caden Wolf PhD on Monday October 26, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to MUSC 215 at University of South Carolina - Columbia taught by R. Bain in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 62 views. For similar materials see /class/229504/musc-215-university-of-south-carolina-columbia in Music at University of South Carolina - Columbia.




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Date Created: 10/26/15
BAIN MUSC 215 Theory of Tonal Music II EXAM 3 STUDY GUIDE Chromatic Chords Part I Ch 16 17 Secondary function V and vii Ch 21 Mode mixture Ch 22 N6 and N Ch 23 A6 chords IFS Fr6 and Gr V See Ch 26 p 420 23 The focus will be on Chapters 2223 Part I Chord Spelling 0 Be able to spell any of the chromatic chords above with or without using key signatures Part II Chord Identi cation 0 Be able to identify any of the chromatic chords above in a musical example Be able to distinguish between the various types of chromatic chords for example between secondary function and mode mixture secondary function and A6 chords etc Part III Part Writing 39 Given a figured bass line you should be able to 0 Provide a roman numeral analysis 0 Compose an interesting soprano line within the conventions of the Chorale style I The S B outervoice framework should have the following characteristics 39 The interval progression should exhibit a good mixture of perfect and imperfect consonances 39 Voice independence The relative voice motion between the S amp B should have a good mixture of P S C and 0 motions 0 Identify the final cadence and provide a contextual analysis 39 Given the S amp B fill in the A amp T with conventional resolutions of O N6 p 360 0 A6 interval pp 373 74 o It6 pp 374 75 Fr6 pp 375 77 0 Gr6 pp 377 80 0 Part IV Harmonic Analysis 39 Be able to analyze the harmony of a passage containing any of the chromatic chords above


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