University of South Carolina
School of Music

BAIN MUSC 116
Music Theory II

Summer 2022


MUSC 116 | Blackboard | E-book

C O U R S E   M O D U L E S
MUSC 115 Review
(Ch. 1 & 3-7)
2. Diatonic Harmony &
Voice Leading (Ch. 17-24)
3. Sentences &
Periods (Ch. 35-36)
4. Harmony in Pop/Rock Music
Student Resources

Harvard Dictionary

Grove Music Online

Naxos Music Library


News

Welcome to MUSC 116!

Course Documents

  1. Summer 2022 Syllabus (pdf)New icon
  2. Links for Students

Required Textbook

L. Poundie Burstein and Joseph N. Straus, A Concise Introduction to Tonal Harmony, 2nd ed.
(New York: Norton, 2020). {Table of Contents}

Course Materials

  1. Digital Anthology
  2. Elements of Part Writing
  3. Writing Projects
  4. Computer-Assisted Instruction
  5. Harmony in Pop/Rock Music

Online Resources

  1. Burstein/Straus, Concise 2/e, Digital Resources {Login}
  2. BAIN MUSC 116 Music Theory Fundamentals Handouts
  3. Calculators

References

Adams, Ricci. 2021. MusicTheory.net (MT.net). Available online at: <https://www.musictheory.net>.

Alvira, José Rodríguez. 2021 Teoria. Available online: <https://www.teoria.com>.

Burstein, L. Poundie and Joseph N. Straus. 2020. A Concise Introduction to Tonal Harmony, 2nd ed. New York: Norton. {Norton}

Feezell, Mark. 2010. LearnMusicTheory.net. Available online at: <http://learnmusictheory.net>.

Gotham, Mark, Kyle Gullings, Chelsey Hamm, Bryn Hughes, Brian Jarvis, Megan Lavengood, and John Peterson. 2020. Open Music Theory, Version 2 (OMT2). Viva Press Publishing. Available online at: <https://viva.pressbooks.pub/openmusictheory/>.

Hutchinson, Robert. 2017. Music Theory for the 21st Classroom. Available online at: <http://musictheory.pugetsound.edu/mt21c/MusicTheory.html>.


Updated: April 28, 2022

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