- Bach fugue from the Well Tempered Clavier I (Review the Fugue Glossary.)
To study Bach's WTC I, I highly recommend Well-Tempered Clavier: analysis, scores, and digital sound by Dr. Tim Smith of Northern Arizona University.
- On the score, label the parts of the exposition. (subject entries, answer entries, countersubject entries and bridge)
- Where does the exposition end?
- Are the answers tonal or real?
- Specifically what pitch or pitches indicate that the answers are tonal or real?
- Beethoven piano sonata movement (See the MUS 313 Anthology.)
Formal Analysis of Beethoven's Piano Sonatas by Andrew Schartmann, a Yale doctoral student
Schiff on Beethoven — each lecture is about 45 minutes
- Secondary Dominants and Secondary Leading Tone Chords
- Augmented Sixth Chords
- Neapolitan Sixth Chord
To study the preceding chord types, please refer to Benjamin/Horvit/Nelson Music for Analysis.
- Be able to write the retrograde, the inversion, or the retrograde inversion of any tone row in any transposition.