Designed for course sequences in aural skills, Progressive Sight Singing, Third Edition, by Carol Krueger, presents students with the grammar and syntax of musical structure and prepares them to perceive that structure with both the ear and the eye. Divided into two parts, the text presents rhythmic exercises in Part I and melodic exercises in Part II. The two sections can be used concurrently over a four-semester course sequence, giving instructors flexibility to teach at a pace that suits the abilities and backgrounds of a particular class or course schedule. Features: a progressive approach introduces new elements one chapters at a time while reinforcing previously learned skills through graduated exercises, encouraging active practice ; An abundance of rhythm exercises eliminates the need for a separate rhythm text ; A variety of sight singing methodologies are accommodated throughout the text. New to this edition: Expanded and adjusted pacing of the rhythm sequence and an earlier introduction of simple meter aids in the development of the connection between sound and sight ; Addtional solo, duet, and multi-voice melodic exercises enhance aural and reading skills ; Expanded appendices include suggested harmony-chord progressions ; A free and open-access Companion website (www.oup.com/us/krueger) offers recordings for aural dictation, solutions to exercises, flashcards, expanded vocal pitch exercises/graphs, and many additional melodic and rhythm exercises. -- from back cover.
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- Author : Carol Krueger
- Publisher : Oxford University Press, USA
- Release Date : 2006-03
- Genre : Ear training
- Pages : 116
- ISBN : 0195308557
Designed for beginning Aural Skills courses required of freshmen music majors. This text introduces basic concepts. It provides examples for practice in rhythmic and melodic reading, dictation, audation, musical memory, and error detection. It trains the ear first, teaching students to hear and perform before they read and write.
Tracy Lee Heavner is Associate Professor of Music Education, Music Theory and Applied Woodwinds at the University of South Alabama in Mobile.
- Author : W. Henry Thomas
- Publisher : Unknown
- Release Date : 1886
- Genre : Sight-singing
- Pages : 24
- ISBN : OCLC:155840753
A Practical Introduction to Part and Sight Singing with Progressive Exercises Illustrative of His System by James Bennett
- Author : James Bennett
- Publisher : Unknown
- Release Date : 1843
- Genre : Uncategorized
- Pages : 231
- ISBN : OCLC:181889237
A collection of folk tunes of many countries, carefully graded for schools and colleges, with notes and advice to use. In all cases phrasing and expression marks are added, and the origin of the tune stated. This first book is the easiest in this progressive series.
Starting from basics, 'Catch the Beat' is a progressive sight reading practice book for young clarinet players with a focus on rhythm. With exercise to clap, jump, sing and tap, more than 70 tunes to play, games, activities and an easy way to score, 'Catch the Beat' makes the challenges of sightreading fun and energetic for young players.
Excerpt from Methodical Sight Singing: Part I. The Beginning; Part II. Through the Keys; Part III. Progressive Musicianship; A Method of Private and Class Instruction in the First and Fundamental Requirements of Music; Including the Science of Music Reading Still there is much training to be done to the ear which must be taught to classify and associate tones systematically. One must also learn to see with the The sense of key note, tonality or key-relationship, and intervals, must be established through the hearing. Generally the beginner has a fair sense of rhythm at the outset; but unless this be specially cultivated it is sure to become obscured by being made secondary to other considerations. While intent upon thinking out pitch problems, for instance, the learner usually neglects rhythm altogether. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.
In Line by Line: Progressive Staff Method Arrangements for Elementary Music Literacy, author Stephanie L. Standerfer harnesses years of pedagogical expertise in a practical guide that promotes music learning by experience rather than imitation and memorization. Using well-known songs and instrumental accompaniments, this book contains a new practical method for teaching music literacy. The book's lesson plans first introduce concepts to the ear and body that allow students to internalize the sound and feeling before learning the symbol. Through this method, students learn and understand songs without the teacher modeling them and develop musicianship skills in the process. The arrangements include instrument parts for the typical complement of melodic instruments including glockenspiels, xylophones, and metallophones. Each arrangement includes at least one instrument part for more advanced learners, and one or more parts for students at lower skill levels. Music educators then complete individual lesson plans by teaching instrumental parts, again from notation instead of imitation. In this method, each song is taught over five to seven class periods as short segments of a regular class meeting, leaving time for other musical experiences such as listening lessons or folk dances. Taking every student into consideration, Line by Line also suggests ways to address specific student needs for those who need more time to process or who have specific diagnosed issues.
Sight singing for the Code Grant Old Notation Consisting of Instructions for Teachers and Progressive Exercises for Pupils
- Author : Henry Roe (F.R.A.S.)
- Publisher : Unknown
- Release Date : 1883
- Genre : Singing
- Pages : 64
- ISBN : OCLC:316560200