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Ear Training A Technique for Listening

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ISBN-10: 0072287705

ISBN-13: 9780072287707

Edition: 6th 2000

Authors: Bruce Benward, J. Timothy Kolosick

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List price: $56.25
Edition: 6th
Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education
Publication date: 8/23/1999
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 256
Size: 9.00" wide x 11.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 1.342
Language: English

Preface Unit 1 Melody 1A Melodic Dictation: Scalewise (ConjunctDiatonic) Melodies Melody 1B Mode Identification: Major and HarmonicMinor Scales Melody 1C Scale Degree Identification: Single Notes Melody 1D Intervals: m2, M2, m3, M3 Melody 1E Models and Embellishments: Short MelodicStructures Harmony 1A Chord Function Identification: I and VTriads Harmony 1B Chords in Music Literature: I and V Triads Harmony 1C Harmonic Rhythm Harmony 1D Triad Position Identification: Major andMinor Triads Harmony 1E Chord Quality Identification: Major andMinor Triads Harmony 1F Triad Factors in the Soprano Rhythm 1A Rhythmic Dictation: Rhythm Including Half-Beat Values Unit 2 Melody 2A Melodic Dictation: Melodies Using m2, M2,m3, M3 Melody 2B Mode Identification: Major and Three Formsof the Minor Scale Melody 2C Scale Degree Identification: Two Notes Melody 2D New Intervals: P5 and P4 Melody 2E Models and Embellishments: DescendingThirds in Two Voices Harmony 2A Chord Function Identification: I, IV, and VTriads Harmony 2B Chords in Music Literature: I, IV, and VTriads Harmony 2C Nonharmonic Tones: Introduction Harmony 2D Triad Position Identification: Major andMinor Triads Harmony 2E Chord Quality Identification: Major, Minorand Diminished Triads Harmony 2F Triad Factors in the Soprano and Bass Rhythm 2A Rhythmic Dictation: Duple and TripleSubdivisions of the Beat Unit 3 Melody 3A Melodic Dictation: Melodies Using m2, M2,m3, M3, P4, P5 Melody 3B Error Detection: Scalewise Melodies withErrors Melody 3C Scale Degree Identification: Three Notes Melody 3D Interval Review: m2, M2, m3, M3, P4, P5 Melody 3E Models and Embellishments: Simple MelodicStructures Harmony 3A Chord Function Identification: I, ii, and VTriads Harmony 3B Chords in Music Literature: I, ii, and VTriads Harmony 3C Cadence Identification: Cadence Types Harmony 3D Harmonic Dictation: I(i), IV(iv), and VTriads in Four-Part Phrases Harmony 3E Chord Quality Identification: WritingMajor, Minor, Diminished, and AugmentedTriads Rhythm 3A Rhythmic Dictation: Rhythmic FiguresIncluding Half-Beat Values Rhythm 3B Error Detection: Dotted Rhythm Values Unit 4 Melody 4A Melodic Dictation: Scalewise Melodies andArpeggiations of I and V Melody 4B Error Detection: Errors in MelodiesOutlining the I, IV, and V Triads Melody 4C Scale Degree Identification: Three Notes Melody 4D New Intervals: m6, M6 Melody 4E Models and Embellishments: 5-6 Patterns inTwo Voices Harmony 4A Chord Function Identification: I, ii, IV,and V Triads Harmony 4B Chords in Music Literature: I, ii, IV, andV Triads Harmony 4C Nonharmonic Tones: Two-Voice Examples Harmony 4D Harmonic Dictation: I(i), ii, IV(iv), and VTriads in Chorale Phrases Harmony 4E Chord Quality Identification: Major, Minor,Diminished, and Augmented Triads Rhythm 4A Rhythmic Dictation: Half-Beat Values inSyncopation Rhythm 4B Error Detection: Half-Beat Values inSyncopation Unit 5 Melody 5A Melodic Dictation: Melodies Outlining theI, IV, V (and vii06) Triads Melody 5B Error Detection: Excerpts from MusicLiterature Melody 5C Melodic Figure Identification: Sequence andRhythmic Repetition Melody 5D New Interval: The Tritone Melody 5E Models and Embellishments: Descending 6thsin Two Voices Harmony 5A Chord Function Identification: I(i), ii(ii0), IV(iv), and V Triads and Inversions Harmony 5B Chords in Music Literature: I(i), ii(ii0),IV(iv) and V Triads Harmony 5C Harmonic Rhythm and Nonharmonic Tones Harmony 5D Harmonic Dictation: I(i), ii, IV(iv), and VTriads in Chorale Phrases Harmony 5E Error Detection: Single Triads in Four Parts Rhythm 5A Rhythmic Dictation: Introduction to Quarter-Beat Values Rhythm 5B Error Detection: Quarter-Beat Values Unit 6 Melody 6A Melodic Dictation: Intervals of a 7th Melody 6B Error Detection: Schubert Melodies Melody 6C Melodic Figure Identification: Sequence,False Sequence, and Rhythmic Repetition Melody 6D New Intervals: m7 and M7 Melody 6E Models and Embellishments: 7-3 Pattern inTwo Voices Harmony 6A Chord Function Identification: I, ii, IV,V, and vi Triads Harmony 6B Chords in Music Literature: Emphasis on ii,IV, and vi Harmony 6C Nonharmonic Tones: Four-Voice Examples Harmony 6D Harmonic Dictation: The I(i), ii(ii0), IV(iv) and V Triads in Chorale Phrases Harmony 6E Error Detection: Triads in Fourt Parts Rhythm 6A Rhythmic Dictation: Quarter-Beat Values Rhythm 6B Error Detection: Triplet Figures Unit 7 Melody 7A Melodic Dictation: Two-Phrase Melodies Melody 7B Error Detection: Handel Melodies Melody 7C Melodic Figure Identification: MelodicDevices Rhythm 7D Intervals: All Diatonic Intervals Melody 7E Models and Embellishments: Cadence Formulasin Two Voices Harmony 7A Chord Function Identification: I(i), ii(ii0), iii(III,III+) IV(iv), V, and vi(VI)Triads Harmony 7B Chords in Music Literature: Emphasis on iiiand vi Harmony 7C Harmonic Rhythm and Harmonic Analysis: I,ii, IV, V, and vi Triads Harmony 7D Harmonic Dictation: I(i), ii(ii0), IV(iv),V, and vi(VI) Triads in Chorale Phrases Harmony 7E Error Detection: Triads in Four Parts Rhythm 7A Rhythmic Dictation: Quarter-Beat Values Rhythm 7B Rhythmic Dictation: Beat Units Divided intoTriplets Unit 8 Melody 8A Melodic Dictation: Melodies with LargerLeaps Melody 8B Error Detection: Franck Melodies Melody 8C Harmonic Rhythm, Harmonic Analysis,Sequences, Phrase Relationships, andCadences Melody 8D Intervals: All Diatonic Intervals Melody 8E Models and Embellishments: 5-6 Patterns inThree Voices Harmony 8A Chord Function Identification: DiatonicTriads (Major Mode) Harmony 8B Chords in Music Literature: All Triads Harmony 8C Nonharmonic Tones: Bach Chorales (1) Harmony 8D Harmonic Dictation: I(i), ii, IV(iv), V, vi(VI), and Vii0 Triads in Chorale Phrases Harmony 8E Error Detection: Triads in Four Parts Rhythm 8A Rhythmic Dictation: Quarter-Beat Values Rhythm 8B Error Detection: Quarter-Beat Values Unit 9 Melody 9A Melodic Dictation: Short Melodies fromMusic Literature Melody 9B Error Detection: Bach Melodies Melody 9C Melodic Dictation: Two-Part Dictation Melody 9D Intervals: Harmonic Intervals of the m3,Tritone, P5, m6, M6, m7 Melody 9E Models and Embellishments: Descending FirstInversion Triads Harmony 9A Chord Function Identification: Six-FourChords Harmony 9B Chords in Music Literature: Six-Four Chords Harmony 9C Harmonic Rhythm and Harmonic Analysis ofFolk Melodies Harmony 9D Harmonic Dictation: All Diatonic Triads inChorale Phrases Harmony 9E Error Detection: Triads in Four Parts Rhythm 9A Rhythmic Dictation: Compound Meters withQuarter-Beat Values Unit 10 Melody 10A Melodic Dictation: Sequences Melody 10B Error Detection: Themes from MusicLiterature Lacking Accidentals Melody 10C Two-Voice Dictation Melody 10D Intervals: All Intervals Played Harmonically Melody 10E Models and Embellishments: 7th ChordPatterns in Three Voices Harmony 10A Chord Function Identification: Dominant 7thChords Harmony 10B Chords in Music Literature: Dominant 7thChords (All Inversions) Harmony 10C Nonharmonic Tones: Bach Chorales (2) Harmony 10D Harmonic Dictation: The Dominant 7th Chordin Chorale Phrases Harmony 10E Error Detection: Triads or Dominant 7thChords Rhythm 10A Rhythmic Dictation: Triple and TripletSubdivisions Rhythm 10B Rhythmic Dictation: Two-Voice Rhythms Unit 11 Melody 11A Melodic Dictation: Short Melodies ThatModulate to Closely Related Keys Melody 11B Error Detection: Excerpts from MusicLiterature Melody 11C Phrase Relationships and Caden