Published March 1980
by Schirmer Books .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||250|
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Sep 01, · Informed by Gary Karpinski s groundbreaking research on music perception and cognition and his two decades of practical teaching experience, this innovative package systematically develops ear-training and sight-singing skills based on how students actually learn/5(11). Get this from a library! Ear training and sight singing. [Maurice Lieberman] -- " Helps the development of the skills a student must have. Comprehensive in scope and easily understandable, it offers close to a thousand carefully selected melodies and rhythm exercises. In. 6 - 6 Ear training. 6 - 7 More Ear Training. 6 - 8 Even more ear training. 6 - 9 OK, even more ear training. 6 - 10 Last ear training page I promise. 6 - 11 Sight singing. 6 - 12 Keyboard. 6 - 13 Build your own music: composition. This best-selling book differs from the myriad other sight singing books in that it develops the ability to identify and name all twelve pitches within a key center. Through this method a student gains the ability to identify sound based on its relationship to a key and not the relationship of one note to another, i.e., interval training as commonly taught in many texts.
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