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Semester offering codes corrected and posted on June 7, 2004.
MUT-Music: Theory

MUT 1001 Music Fundamentals . . . . . 1(F)
A basic course including notation, rhythm, major and minor scales, modes, sight-reading, key signatures, melody, triads, and ear training concepts. Meant for the non-music major or music majors needing preparatory work for Freshman Music Theory. No previous knowledge of music is required.

MUT 1111 Freshman Theory . . . . . 3(F)
Corequisite: MUT 1271.
Basic fundamentals of music theory, including meter and rhythm, tonic, dominant and sub dominant harmony, cadences, major and minor tonality, and inverted triads. Required of all students majoring in music; non- music majors must have departmental permission.

MUT 1112 Freshman Theory II . . . . . 3(S)
Prerequisite: MUT 1111/MUT 1271.
Corequisite: MUT 1272.
Continuation of MUT 1111, including non-harmonic tones, secondary triads, principles of chord progressions, use of harmonic sequence, primary seventh chords and secondary dominants.

MUT 1271 Freshman Theory Lab . . . . . 1(F)
Corequisite: MUT 1111.
Ear-training, melodic and rhythmic dictation, sight-singing, and basic keyboard harmony. Computer lab time assigned as required.

MUT 1272 Freshman Theory II Lab . . . . . 1(S)
Corequisite: MUT 1112.
Ear-training, melodic and rhythmic dictation, sight-singing, and basic keyboard harmony. Computer lab time assigned as required.

MUT 2116 Sophomore Theory . . . . . 3(F)
Prerequisite: MUT 1112/MUT 1272.
Corequisite: MUT 2276.
Extensive harmonic analysis involving primary and secondary chords and including chromaticism and modulation; altered chords and their functions.

MUT 2117 Sophomore Theory II . . . . . 3(S)
Prerequisite: MUT 2116/MUT 2276.
Corequisite: MUT 2277.
Continuation MUT 2116, including augmented sixth chords, the neopolitan sixth, and other chromatically altered chords, in addition to harmonic practices in the 20th Century.

MUT 2276 Sophomore Theory I Lab . . . . . 1(F)
Corequisite: MUT 2116.
Ear-training, melodic and rhythmic dictation, sight-singing, and basic keyboard harmony. Computer lab time assigned as required.

MUT 2277 Sophomore Theory II Lab . . . . . 1(S)
Corequisite: MUT 2117.
Ear-training, melodic and rhythmic dictation, sight-singing, and basic keyboard harmony. Computer lab time assigned as required.

MUT 2361 Jazz Fundamentals I . . . . . 2(CALL DEPT)
Provides the musician basic theoretical knowledge and practice methods necessary for jazz improvisation and composition, Chord type and related scales, chord progressions, memorization, and listening are covered. Open to all majors.

MUT 2362 Jazz Fundamentals II . . . . . 2(CALL DEPT)
Prerequisite: MUT 2361.
Continuation of Jazz Fundamentals I. Jazz Theory and the use of chords and voicings, chord/scale relationship and score analysis.

MUT 3365 Jazz Arranging I . . . . . 2(CALL DEPT)
Prerequisite: MUT 4311.
Jazz harmony, melody, and rhythm as applied to traditional jazz instrumentation.

MUT 3401 Techniques of Counterpoint . . . . . 2(S)
Linear writing through species counterpoint and comparison with 16th and 18th century musical idioms. Two years of music theory required.

MUT 3611 Musical Structure and Style . . . . . 2(F)
Systematic analysis of 17th, 18th, 19th and 20th century music, with emphasis upon structural designs and stylistic trends. Two years of music theory required.

MUT 3641 Jazz Improvisation I . . . . . 2(F)
Prerequisite: MUT 2362.
Provides the musician basic theoretical knowledge and practice methods necessary for jazz improvisation and composition. Chord types and related scales, chord progressions, memorization, and listening are covered.

MUT 3642 Jazz Improvisation II . . . . . 2(S)
Prerequisite: MUT 3641.
Continuation of Jazz Improvisation I. Presentation of increasingly difficult harmonic structures.

MUT 4311 Instrumentation . . . . . 2(F)
Use of, and writing for, orchestral and band instruments; characteristics and capabilities of each. Instruments studied individually, small groups and as members of full ensemble. Two years of college theory required.

MUT 4366 Jazz Arranging II . . . . . 2(CALL DEPT)
Prerequisite: MUT 3365.
A continuation of Jazz Arranging I, emphasizes jazz composition and Analysis through synthesis of major jazz composers. Coursework emphasizes composition and arranging for the large ensemble.

MUT 4367 Advanced Jazz Arranging . . . . . 2(CALL DEPT)
Prerequisite: MUT 4366.
Continuation and final course in jazz arranging sequence as a study of techniques and practices of successful jazz arrangers and composers. Students complete a major jazz composition.

MUT 4643 Jazz Improvisation III . . . . . 2(F)
Prerequisite: MUT 3642.
Continuation of Jazz Improvisation II. Advanced techniques and practices of jazz improvisation.

MUT 4644 Jazz Improvisation IV . . . . . 2(S)
Prerequisite: MUT 4643.
Continuation of Jazz Improvisation III and advanced skills and techniques of jazz improvisation.

MUT 4663 Jazz Styles and Analysis I . . . . . 2(CALL DEPT)
Prerequisite: MUT 2362.
A study of Jazz styles and music from the New Orleans era to the "Cool" era. Includes analysis of major jazz solos.

MUT 4664 Jazz Styles and Analysis II . . . . . 2(CALL DEPT)
Prerequisite: MUT 2361.
A study of Jazz styles and music from the "hard bop" to the present times. Includes transcription and analysis of major jazz solos.