Unless otherwise indicated, a grade of C or higher is required for all prerequisite courses.
Topics include principles of diatonic harmonic progression, dominant and non-dominant 7th chords, voice leading, harmonization, and an introduction to two-part counterpoint, modulation and secondary/applied chords. Analyze both classical and popular music using Roman numerals and popular lead sheet symbols. Assignments emphasize part writing skills and creative composition. Concurrent enrollment in MUS. 112 strongly recommended for music majors.