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Roberta Radley
The Real Easy Ear Training Book



Singing The Major Sale With Numbers and Solfege Syllables


Building Other Major Triads


Building Major Triads


Identify The Minor and Diminished Triads


Sing Root Position Arpeggios with the Cycle 5 Progression


Transcribe The Voice-Led Chord Lines


Hearing Inversions of the I Chord


Identify the Chord Tones In The Melody


Write Out The Imaj7 and IVmaj7 Chords


Rewind...Harmonize The Melody


Building Natural Minor Scales


Sing The Chromatic Scale Using Solfege Syllables


Explore Minor Key Harmony


Hear the Bass Line in the Major Key

All great singers have one thing in common - to a great extent, they know what the harmony is as the chords of songs go by. Do you? If not, here's a practical guide to get you up to speed! For all musicians, regardless of instrument or experience, this is the most comprehensive book on hearing the changes ever published! Using musical examples that reflect all contemporary genres (pop, rock, Latin, fusion, jazz, etc.), emphasis is placed on making ear training real, as Prof. Radley shows how to apply the harmonic ear training studies in the book to your own musical needs. Covers both beginning and intermediate ear training exercises. Trusting your ear can be challenging. However, doing so provides great personal satisfaction and self-confidence. So what steps does this book take toward trusting your ear? Music Teachers! You will find this book invaluable in teaching ear training to your students - as a stand-alone course, or in conjunction with your current ear training methods.

Item code: 7085B | Book & 2 CDs | $28.95 add item to cart
Instructional | 168 Pages | Softcover | 8 x 11

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