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Manual for Ear Training and Sight Singing (SPI PAP/CD): Karpinski, Gary S.: BOOKS KINOKUNIYA
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Manual for Ear Training and Sight Singing (SPI PAP/CD)
Manual for Ear Training and Sight Singing (SPI PAP/CD)
著者名 Karpinski, Gary S.
出版社 : W W Norton & Co Inc
出版年月 : 2006/08
Binding : Paperback
ISBN : 9780393976632

BookWeb価格 : A$ 224.80
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言語 : English

内容情報
Source: ENG
Place of Publication: United States
Physical Format: Spiral
Subject Development: Study and Teaching
Textual Format: Textbooks,Lower Level
Academic Level: Graduate
Table of Contents
 
To the Student                                     xi
To the Instructor                                  xiii
Acknowledgments                                    xxi
    The Fundamentals of Meter and Rhythm           1   (6)
    The Fundamentals of Pitch                      7   (6)
    Combining Pitches with Meter and Rhythm        13  (6)
    Error Detection and Correction                 19  (2)
    More About Meter and Rhythm                    21  (4)
    More About Pitch                               25  (4)
    Notating Rhythm and Meter                      29  (7)
    Notating Pitches                               36  (5)
    Combining Rhythm and Pitch Notation            41  (3)
    Dictation in Longer Contexts                   44  (3)
    The Fifteen Major Keys                         47  (6)
    Ties and the Dotted Beat                       53  (3)
    More About Intervals: Number and Quality       56  (3)
    Skips to 7/ti and 2/re as Prefix Neighbors     59  (5)
    Tempo                                          64  (4)
    Compound Meters                                68  (6)
    Introduction to the Minor Mode: Relative       74  (8)
    and Parallel Approaches
    Lower Chromatic Neighbors                      82  (4)
    More About the Minor Mode: Chromaticism        86  (5)
    through Modal Borrowing
    Triplets and Duplets                           91  (4)
    Introduction to Transcription                  95  (3)
    Quadruple Division of the Beat in Simple       98  (5)
    Meters
    Conducting Pulse Levels Other Than the         103 (6)
    Notated Beat
    Performance Indications                        109 (6)
    The Dominant Triad                             115 (4)
    The C-Clefs: Alto and Tenor Clefs              119 (3)
    Skips to 4/fa and 6/la/le as Prefix            122 (4)
    Neighbors
    Sextuple Division of the Beat in Compound      126 (4)
    Meters
    Repeat Signs                                   130 (4)
    The Subdominant Triad                          134 (3)
    Syncopation                                    137 (3)
    The Dominant Seventh Chord in Molodic          140 (4)
    Contexts
    Introduction to Harmonic Singing               144 (4)
    Introduction to Harmonic Listening:            148 (4)
    Harmonic Rhythm and Cadences
    Two-Part Music                                 152 (3)
    Introduction to Bass Line Dictation            155 (2)
    Root Position and First Inversion Triads       157 (4)
    Introduction to Voice Leading                  161 (6)
    Triad Qualities                                167 (2)
    The Leading-Tone Triad                         169 (4)
    The Supertonic Triad                           173 (4)
    The Submediant Triad                           177 (4)
    The Mediant Triad                              181 (4)
    The Dominant Seventh Chord in Harmonic         185 (4)
    Contexts
    Voice-Leading Techniques                       189 (5)
    Six-Four Figures                               194 (5)
    Other Seventh Chords                           199 (6)
    Transposition                                  205 (10)
    The Modes: Relative Approach                   215 (8)
    The Modes: Parallel Approach                   223 (7)
    Advanced Triplets                              230 (4)
    Chromatic Passing Tones                        234 (5)
    Skips to Chromatic Pitches as Prefix           239 (5)
    Neighbors
    Chords Applied to the Dominant                 244 (6)
    Chords Applied to the Subdominant              250 (5)
    Chords Applied to the Supertonic               255 (4)
    Chords Applied to the Submediant               259 (5)
    Chords Applied to the Mediant                  264 (5)
    The Neapolitan Chord                           269 (5)
    The Augmented Sixth Chords                     274 (6)
    Other Chords                                   280 (4)
    Melodic Sequence                               284 (5)
    Harmonic Sequence                              289 (3)
    Other Clefs                                    292 (3)
    Hemiola                                        295 (6)
    Stepwise Chromatic Alterations                 301 (5)
    Reading in Keys Other Than the Notated Key     306 (6)
    Signature
    Introduction to Modulation                     312 (8)
    Closely Related Modulation from the Major      320 (10)
    Mode
    Closely Related Modulation from the Minor      330 (10)
    Mode
    Distant Modulations                            340 (6)
    Successive Modulations                         346 (3)
    Fragments of Tonality                          349 (4)
    Advanced Metric Concepts                       353 (7)
    More Advanced Rhythms                          360 (5)
    Some Common Non-Diatonic Pitch Collections     365 (7)
    Hypermeter                                     372 (6)
    Form                                           378 (5)
Glossary                                           383 (4)
Index of Examples                                  387 (4)
General Index                                      391
 
This manual offers a step-by-step approach to developing practical listening and musical reading skills, by enabling students to experience each new concept through active listening, singing, playing, claping and conduction.
This manual offers a step-by-step approach to developing practical listening and musical reading skills, by enabling students to experience each new concept through active listening, singing, playing, claping and conduction. The learning sequence presented, incorporates contemporary research in music perception and important advances in music theory. The co-ordinating anthology allows instructors to arrange the works in any order.