9780393974034

Music Kit 4E Cai

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  • ISBN13:

    9780393974034

  • ISBN10:

    0393974030

  • Edition: 4th
  • Format: Package
  • Copyright: 8/17/2001
  • Publisher: W W NORTON

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Summary

Introduced in 1976, The Music Kit was the first to offer students an integrated learning environment for the fundamentals course.

Table of Contents

Chapter One
3(6)
Rhythm, Beat, and Tempo
3(1)
Quarter Note and Eighth Note
3(1)
Beaming Eighth Notes
3(1)
Speaking Rhythms
4(1)
Double Bar
5(1)
Repeat Signs
5(2)
Fermata Sign
7(1)
Notes Control Space
7(1)
Terms, Symbols, and Concepts
8(1)
Chapter Two
9(2)
Rests
9(1)
Rests Control Space
10(1)
Meter and Bar Lines
11(1)
Strong and Weak Beats
11(1)
Time Signatures
12(1)
Counting Beats
13(1)
Metronome and Tempo
13(1)
Division of the Basic Pulse
13(2)
Playing end Singing
15(1)
Terms, Symbols, and Concepts
16
Chapter Three
11(13)
Eighth Rest
17(1)
Note Values
17(1)
Speaking the Eighth Rest
18(3)
1st and 2nd Endings
21(1)
Other Types of Repeats
22(1)
Terms, Symbols, and Concepts
23(1)
Chapter Four
24(9)
Notes Longer Than the Quarter Note
24(1)
Notes Longer Than the Quarter Rest
24(1)
Anacrusis
25(1)
Counting the Anacrusis
26(4)
Creating a Drum Pattern
30(1)
Conducting
30(2)
Terms, Symbols, and Concepts
32(1)
Chapter Five
33(9)
Note System
33(1)
Dividing the Whole Note
33(1)
Beams
34(1)
Combinations of Notes with Beams
34(1)
Relationship of Note Values
35(1)
The Tie
36(1)
Ties and Slurs
36(1)
The Dotted Note
37(2)
Writing Rests
39(2)
Terms, Symbols, and Concepts
41(1)
Chapter Six
42(10)
Working with Ties and Dotted Notes
42(2)
Division of the Basic Pulse
44(1)
Coordinating Both Hands
45(3)
Marking the Beat
48(3)
Terms, Symbols, and Concepts
51(1)
Chapter Seven
52(10)
Subdivision of the Quarter Note into Sixteenth Notes
52(3)
Speaking Sixteenth Notes in Meter
55(4)
Aligning Two or More Parts
59(2)
Terms, Symbols, and Concepts
61(1)
Chapter Eight
62(8)
Simple and Compound Meters
62(1)
Counting Compound Meter
63(3)
Speaking Compound Meter
66(3)
Terms, Symbols, and Concepts
69(1)
Chapter Nine
70(8)
Triplets
70(1)
Triplets and Eighth Notes
70(2)
Speaking Triplets
72(1)
The Triplet Rest
73(1)
The Triplet and the Basic Pulse
74(1)
Counting Eighths, Triplets, and Sixteenths
74(3)
Terms, Symbols, and Concepts
77(1)
Chapter Ten
78(8)
Different Values of the Basic Pulse
78(1)
C and ©
78(1)
Double Whole Note and Rest
79(3)
Triplets with Different Note Values
82(3)
Terms, Symbols, and Concepts
85(1)
Chapter Eleven
86(7)
Syncopation
86(1)
Syncopated and Nonsyncopated Rhythms
87(5)
Terms, Symbols, and Concepts
92(1)
Chapter Twelve
93(8)
Mixed Meter
93(2)
Nonmetered Music
95(1)
Marking the Basic Pulse
95(2)
Complex Meters
97(2)
Terms, Symbols, and Concepts
99(2)
APPENDIXES 101(1)
I. Table of Note and Rest Values
101(1)
II. Rhythm Spacers
102

Excerpts

Byencouraging students to be active learners and providing for variedlearning styles, The Music Kit has continued to foster the developmentand mastery of the basic skills needed for further study in music.Students perform frequent exercises, listen to music while examiningmusic scores, tap or clap along to recorded rhythms, and completecomputerized tutorials, drills, and quizzes that return personalizedfeedback and scores.  Not merely a textbook, The Music Kit offers acomplete system for introductory music training, which includes aWorkbook, Rhythm Reader, Scorebook, audio CD, and computer software forMacintosh and Windows.

Featuring updated software—now available for Macintosh and Windowsplatforms—a newly recorded, fully-tracked audio CD, and increasedemphasis on aural skills, the Fourth Edition continues to raise the barfor music training excellence.

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