Advanced Modal Ear Training

Course Number
ET-461
Description
Traditional modes will briefly be reviewed and the basic techniques of practice and performance will be learned. Students will then learn and perform nontraditional/hybrid modes. Examples of modes (please note that each example has alternate names) to be studied include Hungarian Major, Spanish Phrygian, Octatonic, Arabic, Whole Tone, Hindu, Super Locrian, Lydian b7, Japanese, and Hungarian Minor.
Credits
2
Prerequisites
ET-212 and HR-211
Required Of
None
Electable By
All
Semesters Offered
Fall, Spring
Location
Boston
Department
EAR
Course Chair
Gilson Schachnik
Taught By
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