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Listen and Sing

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ISBN-10: 0028706668

ISBN-13: 9780028706665

Edition: 1995

Authors: David A. (Associate Professor of Music Theory Damschroder

List price: $204.95
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Listen and Sing is an integrated program in ear-training and sight-singing that effectively relates these basic skills to the underlying structure of music. Designed to support a two-year sequence in ear-training and sight-singing, this text covers all aspects of elementary tonal music theory, including intervals, chords and their inversions, sequences, modulation, and rhythm/meter. A variety of exercises challenge the student to make practical use of each new concept as it is introduced. Each chapter includes solo melodies, duets, and accompanied solo melodies for singing; workshops in rhythm, intervals, and arpeggiation; multiple-choice identifications; and rhythmic, melodic, and harmonic…    
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Book details

List price: $204.95
Copyright year: 1995
Publisher: Wadsworth
Publication date: 3/2/1995
Binding: Digital, Other 
Size: 3.00" wide x 4.75" long x 2.75" tall
Weight: 0.638
Language: English

Major Triad
Major Third
Perfect Fifth
Key of C Major
Treble Clef
Passing Note
4/4 Meter
Quarter Note
Half Note
Whole Note
Perfect Fourth
Perfect Octave
Roman Numerals
Key of G Major
Key of F Major
2/4 Meter
3/4 Meter
Dotted Half Note
Major Scale
Neighboring Note
Minor Second
Major Second
Key of D Major
Key of B[flat] Major
Quarter Rest
Half Rest
Whole Rest
Bass Clef
Simple and Compound Intervals
Root Position
5/3 Position
Key of A Major
Key of E[flat] Major
Eighth Note
Key of A Minor
Minor Third
Relative Keys
Natural Minor Scale
Parallel Keys
Leading Tone
Harmonic Minor Scale
Augmented Second
Melodic Minor Scale
Key of E Minor
Key of D Minor
Eighth Rest
Dotted Quarter Note
Minor Seventh
Major-Minor Seventh Chord
Diminished Fifth
Augmented Fourth
Cadence (Full, Half)
Phrase (Antecedent, Consequent)
Key of B Minor
Key of G Minor
6/8 Meter
First Inversion
6/3 Position
Minor Sixth
Key of F[sharp] Minor
Key of C Minor
Sixteenth Note
Major Sixth
Key of E Major
Key of C[sharp] Minor
Key of A[flat] Major
Key of F Minor
Sixteenth Rest
Dotted Eighth Note and Rest
Leading-Tone Triad
Key of B Major
Key of G[sharp] Minor
Key of D[flat] Major
Key of B[flat] Minor
2/2 Meter
Key of F[sharp] Major
Key of D[sharp] Minor
Key of G[flat] Major
Key of E[flat] Minor
Cadential 6/4 Chord
Deceptive and Plagal Cadences
Key of C[sharp] Major
Key of A[sharp] Minor
Key of C[flat] Major
Key of A[flat] Minor
Alto Clef
9/8 and 12/8 Meters
Dotted Quarter and Half Rests
6/5/3 Position
Chromatic Passing Note
6/4 Meter
Dotted Whole Note
Major Seventh
Major Seventh Chord
Minor Seventh Chord
Half-Diminished Seventh Chord
Chromatic Neighboring Note
Applied Dominant
Applied Leading-Tone Chord
Pivot Chord
3/8 Meter
6/4/2 Position
Consonant 6/4 Chord
3/2 Meter
4/2 Meter
Double Whole Note and Rest
Mediant Chord
Subtonic Chord
Descending Fifths Sequence
Descending 5-6 Sequence
Thirty-second Note
6/4/3 Position
Ascending 5-6 Sequence
Ascending Fifths Sequence
Tenor Clef
Thirty-second Rest
Dotted Sixteenth Note and Rest
Passing Chord
Neighboring Chord
Voice Exchange
Pedal Point
Double Dotting
Modal Mixture
Picardy Third
Diminished Seventh Chord
Partial-Beat Triplet
9-8 Suspension
Minor and Major Ninths
Multiple-Beat Triplet
Minor and Major Tenths
Perfect and Augmented Elevenths
4-3 Suspension
2-3 Bass Suspension
Three against Two
Diminished and Perfect Twelfths
Minor and Major Thirteenths
5-4 Suspension
6-5 Suspension
Shift of Meter
Ninth Chord
Eleventh Chord
Thirteenth Chord
Diminished, Minor, and Major Fourteenths
7-6 Suspension
Neapolitan Chord
Perfect Fifteenth
7-8 Suspension
Multiple Suspension
Sixty-fourth Note
Dotted Thirty-second Note
Augmented Sixth Chord
Chromaticized Sequence
Less Common Meters
Solmization Systems