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On successful completion of the module, students should be able to:
- Recognize and describe in detail dissonances and non-harmony notes, including: Passing notes,Auxiliary notes, Appoggiaturas, Échappées, Suspensions
- Recognize and describe in detail a range of chords common to eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Western music, including the following: Secondary seventh chords,Neapolitan sixth chords, Augmented sixth chords,Diminished seventh chords
- Write progressions of two or three chords in SATB format, demonstrating an understanding of good voice-leading practice
- Provide analysis of passages of music using figured roman chord indications and figured bass indications Realize a chord from a given figured bass indication
- Identify keys, tonicization, and modulation to remote keys and the various processes through which these are achieved.
- Engage fluently with music presented in orchestral score.
- ngage with additional transposing instruments and write their parts at concert pitch