MUS 140: Music Theory I
This course is designed to give prospective musicians (hobbyist to professional) a basic foundation in reading and writing musical notation. Students will learn musical form, rhythm, meter, pitch notation, analysis of compositional elements, and the creative use of music. Students will also explore the basic concepts of self-motivated learning as it applies to music theory or a career in music.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6
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