MUS 226 - Applied Piano Minor III
A course designed to increase essential keyboard skills and score reading; improve technique through the study and performance of collegiate level intermediate difficulty piano studies; and provide instruction in proper methods of accompanying, melodic and harmonic improvisation, and transposition. One and one-half laboratory hours.
Prerequisite: MUS 127 or equivalent, or permission of instructor.
Course Learning Outcomes
1. Demonstrate score sight-reading of piano pieces/exercises from textbook and perform pieces with intermediate college-level piano technique.
2. Apply music theory knowledge and piano technique to synthesize appropriate accompaniments melodically, harmonically, and transpositionally.
Course Offered Fall only