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A continuation of the concepts studied in Fundatmentals of Music Theory I including rhythmic and melodic reading in simple and compound meters at the levels of beat, division, and subdivision; mixed meters; dotted rhythms and syncopations; diatonic intervals and diatonic triads of major and minor keys; triads in four voices; chords in open and close position; cadences: authentic, plagal, and full; playing and writing chord progressions based upon primary triads; seventh chords; and an introduction to the analysis of melody, harmony, and smaller musical forms. Students will also engage in solfege, ear training and rhythmic exercises throughout the semester. Examples studied will include simple chorales, short piano pieces, and selected movements of symphonic works. Semester concludes with an individualized evaluation sequence.