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The present little book is intended for the use of the pupil, it is absolutely necessary that the teacher should possess and use a copy of Part II of the work in its complete form, in which will be found the various Musical Dictation Tests, the Pianoforte accompaniments to the Rhythmic Exercises and Songs, and the music for the Appreciation lessons, together with the letterpress, giving full directions as to the use of the book. In order to obtain the best results the pupil must work systematically, even if only for a few minutes each day. When an instrument is being studied the necessary few minutes can be profitably taken out of the practice time. This, instead of retarding instrumental progress owing to an apparent reduction in time, will be found to accelerate it, because of the greater and keener aural attention it enforces.
Aural Culture Based on Musical Appreciation, Index Page
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|Outside cover Title Page NOTE - 0003 AURAL CULTURE BASED UPON MUSICAL APPRECIATION - 0101 Page - 0102 Completo the following melodies - 0103 Page - 0104 SANTA LUCIA - 0105 Page - 0106 Page - 0107 Page - 0108 Page - 0109 Page - 0110 The Scale of G. - 0111 Page - 0112 Page - 0113 Page - 0114 Page - 0115 Sing or tap the following rhythms. - 0116 Page - 0117 Page - 0118 Page - 0119 Page - 0120 Page - 0121 Page - 0122 Page - 0123 Page - 0124 Sing or tap the following rhythms. Sing either on a monotone or move up and down a scale - 0125 Arrange the following notes so as to make a four-bar melody in triple time - 0126 BLUE BELLS OF SCOTLAND - 0127 Point and sing impromptu exercises starting upon the Tonic A, and moving stepwise to and from this note - 0128 Sing the following to Sol-fa, pitch-names, and Lah:— - 0129 Page - 0130 the scale of A - 0131 Page - 0132 Page - 0133 Page - 0134 RUND-GESANG - 0135 Page - 0136 Page - 0137 Page - 0138 Page - 0139 Page - 0140 Page - 0141 Page - 0142 Page - 0143 Page - 0144 Page - 0145 Page - 0146 Page - 0147 Page - 0148 Page - 0149 Page - 0150 A Spring Song - 0151 Sing the song to the pitch-names, pointing on the Pitch-name Modulator - 0152 Sweet Day So Cool - 0153 Page - 0154 Write the Tonic, Dominant, and Sub-dominant triads in the key of Bb - 0155 Page - 0156 Sing the following; use pitch-names, Sol-fa, or Lah - 0157 Page - 0158 Page - 0159 Page - 0160 Page - 0161 Page - 0162 Without looking at the Sol-fa names, sing impromptu tunes, pointing upon the Pitch-name Modulator, but singing the Sol-fa equivalent of each note. - 0163 Page - 0164 Sing and point impromptu tunes, both chord and stepwise, using the following Staff-modulator - 0165 TWO-PART SINGING - 0166 Page - 0167 GENERAL SIGHT-SINGING STUDIES - 0168 Page - 0169 Page - 0170 Page - 0171 Page - 0172 Sing the song to the pitch-names, pointing on the Pitch-name Modulator - 0173 Page - 0174 Page - 0175 Page - 0176 Page - 0177 Page - 0178 Page - 0179 Page - 0180 QUESTIONS UPON FORM, CHARACTER, STYLE - 0181 Page - 0182 Page - 0183 Page - 0184 Page - 0185 Page - 0186 Page - 0187|