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Course Description

Music Theory Fundamentals – Written - Section 006 (Incoming Temple freshmen Boyer students and interested musicians)

This six-week online course provides incoming music major students with the written fundamentals needed to succeed in Music Theory I in the Boyer College of Music and Dance.  The course will consist of online tutorials and exercises, worksheets to be printed and scanned, and one-on-one consultation with the instructor.  Pass/fail assessment will be based on quizzes and final exam.  Students will obtain facility in reading and writing the following music components: pitches in treble and bass clefs, writing major and minor scales, intervals, major and minor triads, and rhythms in simple and compound meters.

Music Theory Fundamentals – Aural - Section 007 (Incoming Temple freshmen Boyer students and interested musicians)

This five-week online course provides incoming music major students with the aural fundamentals needed to succeed in Music Theory I in the Boyer College of Music and Dance.  The course will consist of online tutorials and exercises, web-based synchronous sessions,and one-on-one consultation with the instructor.  Pass/fail assessment will be based on quizzes and final exam.  Students will obtain facility in dictation of basic melodies, rhythmic dictation, and basic sight singing.

Course Outline

Courses for 2019 are 6 weeks each and will run concurrently from July 15th to August 23rd. Synchronous sessions through Web-ex for Aural class will be required.)

Course Fee: $320 for 1 section, $520 if both sections are needed (See below) 

(Participants must register and check out for both sections simultaneously in order to obtain discount)

Course fee includes enrollment in course as well as access to Harmonia software package (provided with class enrollment).

Notes

AccessNet Account Login


Current Temple University employees and undergraduate (including incoming freshmen with TU ID and Accessnet account)  
should login with their   Accessnet (Same user name as TUPortal).

 

Prerequisites

Technical requirements:

  • Computer with reliable internet [NOTE: Harmonia is not available in an app version for tablet]
  • Headphones or speakers
  • Ability to scan or take pictures of worksheets and submit via email or Blackboard
  • Webcam and microphone [Aural component only]

 

Recommendations

For an in-person Summer Music Theory Class:

SUMMER MUSIC THEORY INTENSIVE(High School and College Students)

Conveniently offered just prior to the Fall Semester, this one-week summer program consists of written and aural components. The course provides students with a thorough grounding in writing/singing fundamentals: keys, intervals, triads, 7th chords, and basic harmonic functions. Students are introduced to solfege/ear-training: identifying intervals, triads, sight-singing basic melodies, dictation of basic melodies.

Location: Temple Center City, 1515 Market Street
Monday through Friday, 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM

2019: August 12 - August 16, 2019
Fee: $300 

Click here to register.

 
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Section Title
Online Music Theory Intensive-Written
Type
Online
Dates
Jul 15, 2019 to Aug 23, 2019
Delivery Options
Online  
Course Fee(s)
Online Music Theory Intensive non-credit $320.00
Potential Discount(s)
Section Notes

Music Theory Fundamentals – Written 

This six-week online course provides incoming music major students with the written fundamentals needed to succeed in Music Theory I in the Boyer College of Music and Dance.  The course will consist of online tutorials and exercises, worksheets to be printed and scanned, and one-on-one consultation with the instructor.  Pass/fail assessment will be based on quizzes and final exam.  Students will obtain facility in reading and writing the following music components: pitches in treble and bass clefs, writing major and minor scales, intervals, major and minor triads, and rhythms in simple and compound meters.

Section Title
Online Music Theory Intensive-Aural Theory
Type
Discussion
Dates
Jul 15, 2019 to Aug 23, 2019
Delivery Options
Online  
Course Fee(s)
Online Music Theory Intensive non-credit $320.00
Potential Discount(s)
Section Notes

Music Theory Fundamentals – Aural 

This six-week online course provides incoming music major students with the aural fundamentals needed to succeed in Music Theory I in the Boyer College of Music and Dance.  The course will consist of online tutorials and exercises, web-based synchronous sessions,and one-on-one consultation with the instructor.  Pass/fail assessment will be based on quizzes and final exam.  Students will obtain facility in dictation of basic melodies, rhythmic dictation, and basic sight singing.