eBook Aural training for the instrumentalist;: With over a hundred music examples download
by Ida Carroll
Author: Ida Carroll
Publisher: Rural Music Schools Association (1970)
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The new book by Glenn Martin, "The Well-Tempered Instrumentalist - A Guide to Tonal . This book will absolutely be a benefit to any music teacher's library
The new book by Glenn Martin, "The Well-Tempered Instrumentalist - A Guide to Tonal and Aural Mastery", is a fresh perspective on ear-training. This book will absolutely be a benefit to any music teacher's library. However, it is written so that a student of any age could purchase the book, and easily teach him/herself on their own. This is a must for any college music library. I highly recommend this book.
Instrumentalists can practice transposition and sight-reading. The book actually calls to mind Ron Gorow’s excellent ‘Hearing and Writing Music’, geared more explicitly towards commercial musicians.
with over a hundred music examples. Published 1970 by Rural Music Schools Association in Hitchin (Herts. Bibliography: p. 34. Classifications. Published 1900 by Rural Music Schools Association. in Hitchin Ear training.
Ear training or aural skills is a skill by which musicians learn to identify, solely by hearing, pitches, intervals, melody, chords, rhythms, and other basic elements of music.
1970, Rural Music Schools Association. Libraries near you: WorldCat. Aural training for the instrumentalist: with over a hundred music examples. 1900, Rural Music Schools Association.
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Aural Skills in Context takes a comprehensive approach to sight singing, ear training, and rhythm practice. These findings provide pedagogues with melodic characteristics well-suited for the average incoming freshman music major. By featuring real examples from classical music to folk and jazz, and offering melodies with their related harmonies, the text parallels the full Music Theory curriculum and reinforces the relevance of aural skills to students' other classes, as well as their performance and listening interests.
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Should he give up working on the other instruments he plays, and focus on his main instrument, or should he remain a practicing t? . You’re not likely to be extraordinary on all of the instruments you play.
Should he give up working on the other instruments he plays, and focus on his main instrument, or should he remain a practicing t? What this musician seems to fear is being a jack-of-all-trades. He appears to enjoy playing a lot of instruments, but fears that this will ultimately exclude him from the elite.