Week

Topic

1 Tonicization and Modulation
Introduction to Musical Form
Review: Cadential vs Embellishing Harmonic Function
2 Musical Form: The Role of V in Binary and Rounded Binary Form.
Analyses of Minuets by Haydn and Mozart.
3 More examples of Tonicization.
New Figured Bass Techniques:
Sequential harmonic progressions by fifth and third.
4 The Classical Minuet: Stylistic Features and Rhythmic Framework.
Binary/Rounded Binary Forms
Review:Authentic and Contrapuntal Cadential Procedures
5 Writing Minuets
Diatonic Sequences
6 Rhythmic Components of Classical Minuets
Analysis of Beethoven Op. 27 No. 2 (ii)
Mode Mixture


Friday, October 6th: MIDTERM EXAM and PROJECTS 1 and 2 due.
7 (a,b) The Lied: Introduction to Text Setting
Analysis of Schubert Song: Die liebe Farbe
Mode Mixture
8 The Lied: Setting Melody to a Text
Analysis Schubert Song: Die Krahe
9 Ninteenth-Century Character Piece: Waltz and Prelude
Analysis of Chopin Mazurka Op. 24,3.
10 Accompaniment patterns for preludes and other dance forms
Applied V and VII
Tonicization of diatonic triads and chords related through simple mixture
11 New Antecedent Consequent Techniques
Sequential Antecedents
Modulating Consequents
12 The Phrygian II (Neapolitan Sixth Chord)
Analysis of Mendelssohn Op. 102, No. 4.
13 (a) Evaded Cadential Procedures
Deceptive Resolutions Utilizing Secondary Dominants
Using the Neapolitan Sixth in Evaded cadences

SEMESTER BREAK : Wednesday, November 22 until Sunday the 26
14 Review:Phrygian Half Cadence

Augmented Sixth Chords
Re-examine B-section of Chopin Op. 24,3.

PROJECTS 3 and 4 due.
15 Analysis of Mozart: "Voi che sapete"
Review Session (optional): December 8.
16 FINAL EXAM PERIOD: December 11-16.