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MUSIC 202 - Music Theory Core II (Lectures 3, 4, and class work sheet)

by: Anastasia Nicolov

MUSIC 202 - Music Theory Core II (Lectures 3, 4, and class work sheet)

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Anastasia Nicolov
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Michael Berry

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These are my lecture notes for Lecture 1 and 2 of MUSIC 202 from April 7 and 9, 2014. They cover seven chords, first and seccond-level analysis, a bit about cadences, and the Beethoven worksheet f...
Michael Berry
MUSIC 202, MUS 202, Music Theory
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Date Created: 04/11/14
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