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Sight Singing Complete

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Edition:
7th
ISBN13:

9780073127064

ISBN10:
007312706X
Format:
Spiral Bound
Pub. Date:
6/30/2006
Publisher(s):
McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages

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Summary

Designed for the sight singing component of the Freshman and Sophomore music major curriculum,Sight Singing Completepresents the essential components of this sometimes difficult skill in a practical and effective manner."Hearing music with one's eyes" has served as the theme of Sight Singing Complete since the first edition. In order to reach this goal, the sequence of instructional material is designed to help students develop the aural skills that will enable them to reverse the compositional process of sound into symbol to one of symbol into sound. The comprehensive and systematic approach employs literature, drawing most of the examples from actual pieces instead of devising contrived melodies.The abundant new exercises in this edition refresh the text, even as the proven exercises continue to educate students.

Table of Contents

Unit 1

A. RhythmSimple Meter: One-, Two-, and Three-Beat Values

B. Diatonic Models and Melodic Fragments for Interval Singing: M2nd and m2nd

C. Melodies (Major): M2 and m2

D. Melodies (Major): P5, P4, M3, and m3 within the Tonic Triad and M2 and m2

E. EnsemblesTwo Voices: M2 and m2

Unit 2

A. RhythmCompound Meter: Triple Division of the Beat

B. Diatonic Models and Melodic Fragments for Interval Singing: P5, P4, M3, m3, M2, and m2

C. Melodies (Major): P5, P4, M3, and m3 within the Tonic Triad and M2 and m2

D. Melodies (Major): P5, P4, M3, and m3 within the Tonic Triad and M2 and m2

E. EnsemblesTwo Voices: P5, P4, M3, and m3 within the Tonic Triad and M2 and m3

Unit 3

A. RhythmSimple Meter: Duple Division of the Beat

B. Diatonic Models and Melodic Fragments for Interval Singing: P8, P5, P4, M3, m3, M2, and m2

C. Melodies (Major): P5, P4, M3, and m3 within the Tonic Triad and M2 and m2

D. Melodies (Minor)

E. EnsemblesTwo Voices: P5, P4, M3, and m3 within the Tonic Triad and M2 and m2

Unit 4

A. RhythmSimple Meter: Quadruple Subdivision of the Beat

B. Diatonic Models and Melodic Fragments for Interval Singing: m10, P8, P5, P4, M3, m3, M2, and m2

C. Melodies (Major and Minor): P5, P4, M3, m3, M2, and m2

D. Melodies (Major and Minor): P5, P4, M3, m3, M2, and m2

E. Ensembles

Unit 5

A. RhythmSimple Meter: Irregular Division of the Beat (the Triplet)

B. Diatonic Models and Melodic Fragments for Interval SingingNew Intervals: M6 and m6

C. Melodies (Major and Minor): New Intervals: M6 and m6

D. Melodies (Major and Minor): New Intervals: M6 and m6

E. Ensembles

Unit 6

A. RhythmSimple Meter: More DifficultQuadruple Subdivision of the Beat

B. Diatonic Models and Melodic Fragments for Interval SingingReview: M6 and m6

C. Melodies (Major and Minor): M6 and m6

D. Melodies (Major and Minor): M6 and m6

E. Ensembles

Unit 7

A. RhythmReview of Simple Meter with Emphasis on Irregular Division of the Beat: The Triplet

B. Diatonic Models and Melodic Fragments for Interval SingingNew Interval: M7

C. Melodies (Major and Minor): New Intervals: M6 and m6

D. Melodies (Major and Minor): New Intervals: M6 and m6

E. Ensembles

Unit 8

A. RhythmReview of Simple Meter and Compound Meter

B. Diatonic Models and Melodic Fragments for Interval SingingNew Interval: M7

C. Melodies (Major and Minor): m7

D. Melodies (Major and Minor): m7

E. Ensembles

Unit 9

A. RhythmCompound Meter: Subdivision of the Beat

B. Diatonic Models and Melodic Fragments for Interval SingingNew Intervals: A4 and d5

C. Melodies (Major and Minor): Chromatic Alterations, Modulating and Nonmodulating

D. Melodies (Major and Minor): Chromatic Alterations, Modulating and Nonmodulating

E. Ensembles

Unit 10

A. RhythmSimple Meter: Mixed Meters and Irregular Division of the Beat

B. Diatonic and Chromatic Models and Melodic Fragments for Interval SingingReview: A4 and d5

C. Melodies with Chromatic Alterations

D. Melodies with Chromatic Alterations: Modulating

E. Ensembles

Unit 11

A. RhythmCompound Meter and Simple Meter: Irregular Divisions of the Beat (the Quartolet in Compound Meter, and the Triplet in Simple Meter)

B. Diatonic and Chromatic Models and Melodic Fragments for Interval SingingNew Intervals: d7 and A2

C. Melodies with Unusual Modal Characteristics

D. MelodiesChromatic Alterations: Modulating and Nonmodulating

E. Ensembles

Unit 12

A. RhythmCompound Meter and Simple Meter: Subdivision of the Beat into Eight Parts

B. Diatonic and Chromatic Models and Melodic Fragments for Interval StudyNew Intervals: A6 and d3

C. Melodies with Unusual Modal Characteristics

D. MelodiesChromatic Alterations: Modulating and Nonmodulating

E. Ensembles

Unit 13

A. RhythmSimple Meter: The Supertriplet

B. Diatonic and Chromatic Models and Melodic Fragments for Interval SingingNew Interval: d4

C. Melodies Related to Jazz

D. Melodies by Duke Ellington

E. Ensembles

Unit 14

A. RhythmSimple Meter and Compound Meter: The Subtriplet

B. Diatonic, Chromatic, Whole-Tone, and Octatonic Models and Melodic Fragments for Interval Singing

C. Twentieth-Century Cabaret Songs by Arnold Schoenberg

D. Twentieth-Century Songs

E. Ensembles

Unit 15

A. RhythmChanging Meters

B. Diatonic, Chromatic, Whole-Tone, and Octatonic Models and Melodic Fragments for Interval Study

C. Twentieth-Century Songs for Careful Study and Preparation

D. Vocalises by Arthur Honegger, Bohuslav Martinū, and Olivier Messiaen

E. Ensembles of the Twentieth Century

Unit 16

A. RhythmTwentieth-Century Excerpt for Percussion

B. Twelve-Tone Models and Melodic Fragments for Interval Study

C and D. Twentieth-Century Melodies for Careful Study and Preparation

E. Ensembles of the Twentieth Century



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