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Course

Introduction to Web Development

Time limit: 100 days
5 credits

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Course Details

Duration: 6 Weeks

Commitment: 2 Hours per week (suggested)

Course Type: Independent Study

Requirement: Introduction to Web Development

 


Instructor

Dr. Jessica Pepin
Associate Professor of Arts

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Description

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Objectives

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In this course you will learn to:

  • Demonstrate the use of key signatures, meter, simple diatonic harmony, and historically traditional styles of music
  • Demonstrate the use of chromatic harmony nonharmonic tones, compound meters and modulation
  • Use the keyboard to realize common scales, triads and chord progressions
  • Demonstrate the ability to identify common rhythms, harmonies and melodies by listening to them
  • Demonstrate a knowledge of the physical attributes of sound (acoustics)
  • Explain and demonstrate the commonly accepted principles of twentieth-century musical techniques
  • Arrange and transpose music appropriate for classroom and performance needs