Introductory Musicianship / Edition 4by Theodore A. Lynn
Pub. Date: 01/28/1992
Publisher: Harcourt College Publishers
This text/workbook emphasizes the fundamental skills of reading and writing music by providing students with ample drill exercises that challenge without overwhelming. A wealth of examples and worksheet exercises reinforce each major concept covered in the book, giving instructors the flexibility to assign as much or as little material as the student needs to master… See more details below
This text/workbook emphasizes the fundamental skills of reading and writing music by providing students with ample drill exercises that challenge without overwhelming. A wealth of examples and worksheet exercises reinforce each major concept covered in the book, giving instructors the flexibility to assign as much or as little material as the student needs to master those concepts central to good musicianship.
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Table of ContentsPreface. UNIT ONE: THE BASICS. 1a: The Staff-Stave(s), 1b: Clefs, 1c: Extending the Staff, 1d: The Great Staff, 1e: Notes, 1f: Rests, 1g: Meter Signatures, 1h: Accidentals, 1i: Half Steps and Whole Steps-Chromatic or Diatonic, 1j: Enharmonic Equivalents, 1k: Repeat Signs, 1l: Keyboard Octave Registers, Worksheets, Review. UNIT TWO: RHYTHMIC AND MELODIC EXERCISES-EASY. 2a: Rhythmic Exercises: Group 1, 2b: Rhythmic Exercises: Group 2, 2c: Rhythmic Exercises: Group 3, 2d: Melodic Exercises: Group 1, 2e: Melodic Exercises: Group 2, 2f: Melodic Exercises: Group 3. UNIT THREE: SCALES, KEYS, AND MODES. 3a: Scales, 3b: Circle of Fifths-Major Keys, 3c: Overtones, 3d: Key Signatures, 3e: Tetrachords, 3f: Major Scales with Sharps, 3g: Major Scales with Flats, 3h: Circle of Fifths-Minor Keys, 3i: Minor Scales with Sharps, 3j: Minor Scales with Flats, 3k: Natural, Harmonic, and Melodic Minor, 3l: Relative Major and Minor, 3m: Parallel Major and Minor, 3n: The Chromatic Scale, 3o: The Church Modes, 3p: Other Scale Forms, 3q: Twelve-Tone Rows, Worksheets, Review. UNIT FOUR: INTERVALS. 4a: Constructing Intervals. 4b:Perfect and Major Intervals. 4c: Minor Intervals. 4d: Diminished and Augmented Intervals. 4e: Constructing Intervals-By Half Steps and Whole Steps. 4f: The Tritone. 4g: Simple and Compound Intervals. 4h: Constructing Intervals Downward. Worksheets. Review. UNIT FIVE: RHYTHMIC AND MELODIC EXERCISES-INTERMEDIATE. 5a: Rhythmic Exercises. 5b: Solfeggio with Major Keys. 5c: Melodic Exercises. 5d: Solfeggio with Minor Keys. UNIT SIX: CHORDS. 6a: Triads. Chord Names and Symbols. 6b: Root-Position Triad Table. 6c: Root-Position and Inversion. 6d: Primary Triads. 6e: Seventh Chords. 6f: FiguredBass. 6g: The Cadence. 6h: Commercial Chord Symbols. Worksheets. Review. UNIT SEVEN: RHYTHMIC AND MELODIC EXERCISES-DIFFICULT. 7a: Mixed Rhythmic Units. 7b: Mixed Meters-Constant Note Values. 7c: Mixed Meters-Changing Note Values. 7d: Syncopation. 7e: Melodic Exercises. UNIT EIGHT: MELODIC WRITING, HARMONIZING, AND TRANSPOSITION. 8a: Melodic Writing. 8b: Harmonization. 8c: Accompaniment Patterns. 8d: Transposition. Worksheets. Review. APPENDIX: TERMS, SIGNS, AND SYMBOLS. General Music Terms. Performance Terms. Instruments of the Orchestra. Signs and Symbols. Piano Keyboard (foldout). INDEX.
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