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.
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.
Saxophonist Hailey Niswanger of Brooklyn, NY, produced her second album, The Keeper, with the help from contributors to her Kickstarter cam- paign. It’s being played on jazz radio stations and was reviewed in the May issue of DownBeat magazine.