This course is open to those students who have earned a grade of at least a B in the prerequisite courses HR-211, HR-213, or HR-215. The course topics are those of Harmony 4 but with a greater emphasis on application through composition. Course topics include: continuation of principles of modern chord progression: deceptive resolutions of secondary dominants; dominant 7th chords without dominant function; contiguous dominant motion; review of melodic construction, form and melody/harmony relationship; modal interchange; pedal point and ostinato; modal harmony and modal composition; compound chords; constant structures.
Grade of B or better in HR-211, HR-213, or HR-215
All B.M. and P.D. students
Fall, Spring, Summer
George Russell Jr.