Jazz Solo Transcription

ET-451-001              Prerequisite: Ear Training 4, Solfege 2,

2 credits                                              or Fundamentals of Transcription

Wednesday 11-1, taught by Daryl Lowery

 

Popular Song Transcription

ET-441-001, 2 credits Prerequisite: Ear Training 4, Solfege 2, or Fundamentals of Transcription

Friday 11-1, taught by Jane Potter

 

Through transcriptions of popular songs and arrangements and productions of your choice, you will develop your ability to hear melodies, chord progressions and rhythms. Transcribe the person or group who are doing what you want to learn, and find out how they do it -- and learn about popular music styles by sharing your fellow students’ transcriptions.

Advanced Ear Training 1

Advanced Ear Training 1

ET-411-001, 2 credits             Prerequisite: Ear Training 4 or Solfege 2

Monday 11-1, taught by Lydia Okumura

 

In Advanced Ear Training, you’ll learn to sing and aurally identify intervals in tonal and non-tonal situations. The course is intended to bridge the gap between relative pitch and hearing by interval alone, and to prepare you for singing atonal music.

 

Rhythmic Ear Training

Rhythmic Ear Training

ET 341-001, 2 credits              Prerequisite: Ear Training 2

Tuesday 2-4, taught by Bertram Lehmann

 

Harmonic Ear Training 2

ET-332-001, 2 credits             Prerequisite: Harmonic ET 1 or teacher’s permission

Monday 11-1, taught by Jane Potter

 

In Harmonic Ear Training 2, you'll learn to hear chord progressions containing modal interchange, secondary II-7 V7’s, Sub V’s and more. You'll develop your ability to transcribe chords and melodies without an instrument, recognize tensions on chords and recognize and use upper structure triads.

Harmonic Ear Training 1

ET-331-001, -002, -003, 2 credits                   Prerequisite: Ear Training 2, Harmony 2

Section 001: Tuesday 1-3, taught by John Funkhouser

Section 002: Friday 9-11, taught by Jane Potter

Section 003: Tuesday, 11-1, taught by Roberta Radley

 

World Music Ear Training

ET-321-001, 2 credits          Prerequisite: Ear Training 2

Tuesday 4-6, taught by Bertram Lehmann

 

Welcome Berklee's Newest Employees - October 2014

Please join Human Resources in extending a warm welcome to our newest employees!

Big Apple Spotlight

By 
Karen Bell

William Garrett ’78
William Garrett ’78

Zac Zinger

Zac Zinger of Brighton, MA, was the recipient of a 2012 ASCAP Foundation’s Young Jazz Composer Award.

 

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