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The Sight Singing Game!
Anthology for Sight Singing / Edition 2
Forgot your password? It has comprehensive indexing, both at the beginning and the end, and categorization of the various leaps and in what context they occur. For example:. Leaps of a fifth within the tonic triad, leaps within the dominant, leaps of a seventh, leaps within the subdominant etc, in both major and minor keys. I recommend your scrolling through the entire PDF as a first step to get an idea of what's there and how to use it all. Benjamin gives you some pointers in the early pages. Thanks due to Benjamin Crowell.
Eyes and Ears is a book of melodies for use in practicing sight-singing. You can download it for free. It currently contains about melodies, arranged systematically for education. So far, I've concentrated on assembling a body of relatively easy material that would be sufficient for the first semester or two of a college-level musicianship course. There is a small amount of didactic text, but if you're going to use the book for self-instruction, you'll need some background in basic music theory, and preferably access to someone knowledgeable to provide guidance.
Brief Contents. I Rhythm. Speed Away! After reading them, you may want to look at the titles, which are given in the table of contents. Tchaikovsky, rhythm of march from The Nutcracker. They originate from the Latin hymn Ut Queant Laxis, in which the first word of each successive mu- sical phrase began on the next note of the scale. This book uses the movable do system.