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Class Piano

MUKB 220
CLASS PIANO IV

Students who successfully completes this course will be able to:

  • Play all major and harmonic minor scales and arpeggios, using traditional fingerings.
  • Play chord progressions that modulate to the dominant and subdominant in selected major and relative minor keys.
  • Sight-read music.
  • Play chord progressions that use augmented sixth chords.
  • Play diminished 7th arpeggios.
  • Play instrumental scores.
  • Perform solo repertoire that modulates to the dominant.
  • Play three-part (SAT and SAB) and four-part (SATB) choral scores.
  • Sight-read piano repertoire.
  • Create a two-hand accompaniment from chord symbols.
  • Improvise melodies over chords.
  • Perform ensemble repertoire with partners.
  • Play modes related to major and minor.
  • Harmonize and transpose music that uses secondary dominant chords.

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