Theory and Ear Training 1

Jeffrey L. Webb, Theory and Ear Training 1, Fall 2018

Course Description:

The study of music theory provides greater understanding of the materials and processes by which composers achieve musical expression. The purpose of this class is to be introduced to the elements of musical notation and aural analysis. The goal is to master the topics presented to you, as each topic will aid in the learning of future topics

Required Texts:

Clendinning, Marvin and Phillips The Musician’s Guide to Fundamentals 2nd Edition, Norton Publishing, 2014

Syllabus: 

Jeffrey L. Webb, Theory and Ear Training 1, Spring 2018

Course Description:

This course introduces students to the basic materials of music. Students will be introduced to such topics as note/rest values, intervals, rhythm and meter, key signatures, scales and triads. Students will become familiar with how to notate these elements, both by sight and aural recognition. Concepts will be practiced through singing and writing. This course assumes no ability to read music.

Required Texts:

- Clendinning, Marvin and Phillips. The Musician's Guide to Fundamentals 2nd Edition, Norton Publishing, 2014

Syllabus: 

Jeffrey L. Webb, Theory and Ear Training 1, Spring 2017

Course Description:

This course introduces students to the basic materials of music. Students will be introduced to such topics as note/rest values, intervals, rhythm and meter, key signatures, scales and triads. Students will become familiar with how to notate these elements, both by sight and aural recognition. Concepts will be practiced through singing and writing. This course assumes no ability to read music.

Required Texts:

- Clendinning, Marvin and Phillips. The Musician's Guide to Fundamentals 2nd Edition, Norton Publishing, 2014

Syllabus: 

Jeffrey L. Webb, Theory and Ear Training 1, Spring 2016

Course Description:

This course introduces students to the basic materials of music. Students will be introduced to such topics as note/rest values, intervals, rhythm and meter, key signatures, scales and triads. Students will become familiar with how to notate these elements, both by sight and aural recognition. Concepts will be practiced through singing and writing. This course assumes no ability to read music.

Required Texts:

Clendinning, Marvin and Phillips The Musician’s Guide to Fundamentals 2nd Edition, Norton Publishing, 2014

Syllabus: 

Jeffrey L. Webb, Theory and Ear Training 1, Fall 2015

Course Description:

This course introduces students to the basic materials of music. Students will be introduced to such topics as note/rest values, intervals, rhythm and meter, key signatures, scales and triads. Students will become familiar with how to notate these elements, both by sight and aural recognition. Concepts will be practiced through singing and writing. This course assumes no ability to read music.

Required Texts:

Clendinning, Marvin and Phillips The Musician’s Guide to Fundamentals 2nd Edition, Norton Publishing, 2014

Syllabus: 

Jeffrey L. Webb, Theory and Ear Training 1, Spring 2015

Course Description:

This course introduces students to the basic materials of music. Students will be introduced to such topics as note/rest values, intervals, rhythm and meter, key signatures, scales and triads. Students will become familiar with how to notate these elements, both by sight and aural recognition. Concepts will be practiced through singing and writing. This course assumes no ability to read music.

Required Texts:

- Nelson, Robert & Christensen, Carl J. Foundations of Music Enhanced 7th Edition, Wadsworth Publishing, 2015

Syllabus: 

Jeffrey L. Webb, Theory and Ear Training 1, Fall 2014

Course Description:

This course introduces students to the basic materials of music. Students will be introduced to such topics as note/rest values, intervals, rhythm and meter, key signatures, scales and triads. Students will become familiar with how to notate these elements, both by sight and aural recognition. Concepts will be practiced through singing and writing. This course assumes no ability to read music.

Required Texts:

-Nelson, Robert & Christensen, Carl J. Foundations of Music Enhanced 7th Edition, Wadsworth Publishing, 2015

Syllabus: 

Jeffrey L. Webb, Theory and Ear Training 1, Spring 2011

Course Description:

This course introduces students to the basic materials of music. Students will be introduced to such topics as note/rest values, intervals, rhythm and meter, key signatures, scales and triads. Students will become familiar with how to notate these elements, both by sight and aural recognition. Concepts will be practiced through singing and writing. This course assumes no ability to read music.

Required Texts:

-Nelson, Robert & Christensen, Carl J. Foundations of Music 7th Edition, Wadsworth Publishing, 2009

Syllabus: 

Jeffrey L. Webb, Theory and Ear Training 1, Spring 2013

Course Description:

This course introduces students to the basic materials of music. Students will be introduced to such topics as note/rest values, intervals, rhythm and meter, key signatures, scales and triads. Students will become familiar with how to notate these elements, both by sight and aural recognition. Concepts will be practiced through singing and writing. This course assumes no ability to read music.

Required Texts:

-Nelson, Robert & Christensen, Carl J. Foundations of Music, 7th Edition, Wadsworth Publishing, 2009

Syllabus: 

Jeffrey L. Webb, Theory And Ear Training 1, Spring 2014

Course Description:

This course introduces students to the basic materials of music. Students will be introduced to such topics as note/rest values, intervals, rhythm and meter, key signatures, scales and triads. Students will become familiar with how to notate these elements, both by sight and aural recognition. Concepts will be practiced through singing and writing. This course assumes no ability to read music.

Required Texts:

Nelson, Robert & Christensen, Carl J. Foundations of Music 7th Edition, Wadsworth Publishing, 2009

Syllabus: 

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