MUS 214 Aural Skills V

Provides a continuation of MUS 213, with the same goal of improving the ability to reproduce what is seen and write down what is heard, as well as listen with discrimination. Covers a mix of melodic and harmonic dictation, error detection, sight singing, rhythm study and comparative listening. Music majors should also register for MUS 222 concurrently with this course.




MUS 213 with a grade of C or better.


Music Majors must take MUS 222 concurrently with this course.


Lower Division Transfer (LDT) Course


Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
Contrast advanced music that is played with written examples and identify incorrect notes. Interpret and record advanced melodic and harmonic examples. Improve sight-reading skills with modal examples and rhythmic study. Compare and contrast advanced musical examples and determine differences.