MUS-219
Signtsinging and Ear Training IV
2 Credit Hours
This course introduces a progressive study of aural training and sight-singing designed to familiarize the student with the various skills needed to advance in the study of music. With emphasis placed on critical listening, the course is intended to challenge the student to achieve a maximum mastery of its content which includes, but is not limited to; aural recognition of major/minor scales, modes, triads, seventh chords and their inversions as well as basic conducting skills, melodic and rhythmic dictation and facility of sight singing. This class will meet twice per week. Along with 2 arranged hours of lab. Pre-requisites and/or Co-requisites: Permission of the instructor Successful Completion of Music Theory I, II, and III and Sight Singing and Ear Training I, II, and III. Must be enrolled in Music Theory IV