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Class Piano

MUKB 120

Students who successfully completes this course will be able to:

  • Play natural, harmonic and melodic minor scales and minor arpeggios, using traditional fingerings.
  • Play melodic minor, natural minor, chromatic, whole-tone, and blues scales.
  • Build a triad of the key on any note of the harmonic minor scale and inversions.
  • Play both major and harmonic minor chord progressions of following: I-IV6/4-I-V6/5-I, I-IV6/4-ii-V6/5-I, and I-vi6-IV6/4 -V6/5-I, I-vi-IV-ii6-I6/4-V7-I.
  • Play five types of 7th chords and inversions.
  • Play Lydian, Mixolydian, Dorian and Phrygian scales.
  • Sight-read and transpose music in minor keys.
  • Create an accompaniment from chord symbols as well as pop chords.
  • Create two-hand accompaniments from chord symbols.
  • Improvise melodies over tonic, subdominant, and dominant 7th chords in major and minor keys.
  • Perform solo repertoire.

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