Listening skills for the worship leader are developed through rhythmic, harmonic, and melodic dictation. Skills are refined through daily sight singing and rhythm exercises from a variety of sources including contemporary Christian, praise and worship literature. Special attention is given to tonal center referencing. Application is made to the worship leader’s responsibility to identify harmonic rhythm while listening to popular Christian and secular music.
Must be taken concurrently with WMUS 103
Offered fall semester
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