October 3 – 7, 2016


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October 3/4

Turn in:

          Aural Prof #6

  • Test Review
  • Aural Prof

 

We will learn the sounds of intervals within the octave both ascending and descending, with emphasis on intervals derived from the tonic triad

You will:

 

Benward

We will study the construction of the four types of triads in root position and inversion, their diatonic names, stability rating and their function as primary or non-primary triads.

You will identify and construct triads as indicated on Benward Assignments 4.1 and 4.2.

Additional resources for chords:

Homework next class, October 5/6:

          Aural Prof #7



October 5/6

Turn in:

          Aural Prof 7

 

Benward

We will begin Roman Numeral analysis.

You will notate chords by indicated Roman Numerals in diatonic context and identify triads in root position and inversions.

Homework due Thursday, October 7/10:

Aural Prof #8



October 7/10

Turn in:

Aural Prof #8

Aural Prof

We will continue reinforcing and memorizing the sounds of intervals within the octave both ascending and descending, with emphasis on intervals derived from the tonic triad.

You will apply intervals and tonic triad intervals to:

  • Arpeggio/Solfege Song in C
  • Page 31, #1 and 2
  • Page 18 #25 – 40
  • Page 19 #9  – 16
  • Page 20 #1 – 2: Melodic Dictation
  • Assignment #9 Preview: Melodic Dictation

 

 

Benward

We will complete Roman Numeral analysis, learn 7th chord construction and begin figured bass.

 

You will complete a Roman Numeral analysis of Bach: Prelude 1 in C Major BWV 846.

 

Homework due Tomorrow, October 11/12:

Aural Prof #9