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Sight Singing Complete

Sight Singing Complete

8th Edition
By Maureen Carr and Bruce Benward
ISBN10: 0073526657
ISBN13: 9780073526652
Copyright: 2015
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ISBN10: 0073526657 | ISBN13: 9780073526652

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Program Details

Unit 1

A. Rhythm—Simple Meter: One-, Two-, and Three-Beat Values and Duple Division of the Beat

B. Diatonic Models and Melodic Fragments:M2 and m2

C. Melodies by Bruce Benard(Major):M2 and m2

D. Melodies

E. Ensembles and Play + Sing

Unit 2

A. Rhythm—Compound Meter

B. Diatonic Models and Melodic Fragments: 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 Diatonic Scale

E. Ensembles and Play + Sing

Unit 3

A. Rhythm—Simple 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, m3, M2 and m2 with the Diatonic Scale

D. Melodies (Minor): Mostly by Bruce Benward

E. Ensembles and Play + Sing

Unit 4

A. Rhythm—Simple Meter: Quadruple Subdivision of the Beat

B. Diatonic Models and Melodic Fragments: 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 and Play + Sing

Unit 5

A. Rhythm—Simple Meter with the Triplets

B. Diatonic Models and Melodic Fragments: M6 and m6

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

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

E. Ensembles and Play + Sing

Unit 6

A. Rhythm—Simple Meter: Further Subdivision of the Beat in Simple Meter

B. Diatonic Models and Melodic Fragments: M6 and m6

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

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

E. Ensembles and Play + Sing

Unit 7

A. Rhythm—Hemiola

B. Diatonic Models and Melodic Fragments: M7

C. Melodies (Major and Minor: M6 and m6

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

E. Ensembles and Play + Sing

Unit 8

A. Rhythm-Simple Meter:The Supertriplet

B. Diatonic Models and Melodic Fragments:m7 and M7

C. Melodies (Major and Minor): m7

D. Melodies (Major and Minor): m7

E. Ensembles and Play + Sing

Unit 9

A. Rhythm—Further Subdivisions of the Beat in Compound Meter and 3 against 2

B. Diatonic Models and Melodic Fragments: 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 and Play + Sing

Unit 10

A. Rhythm—Changing Meter with Triplets and Aligned and Displaced Hemiolas

B. Diatonic and Chromatic Models and Melodic Fragments: A4 and d5

C. Melodies with Chromatic Alterations

D. Melodies with Chromatic Alterations

E. Ensembles and Play + Sing

Unit 11

A. Rhythm—Subdivisions of the Beat into eight parts

B. Diatonic and Chromatic Models and Melodic Fragments: d7 and A2

C. Melodies with Modal Characteristics

D. More Melodies

E. Ensembles and Play + Sing

Unit 12

A. Rhythm—The Quartolet

B. Chromatic Models and Melodic Fragments: A6 and d3

C. Melodies with Modal Characteristics

D. Melodies

E. Ensembles and Play + Sing

Unit 13

A. Rhythm—Further Subdivisons of the Beat:4 against 3

B. Diatonic and Chromatic Models and Melodic Fragments: d4

C. Melodies Related to Jazz

D. Melodies by Duke Ellington

E. Ensembles and Play + Sing

Unit 14

A. Rhythm—Irregular of Additive Meter

B. Modal Mixtures and Enharmonic Modulation Models and Melodic Fragments

C. Twentieth-Century Cabaret Songs by Arnold Schoenberg

D. Twentieth-Century Songs

E. Ensembles and Play + Sing

Unit 15

A. Rhythm—Changing Meterswith Constant Pulse

B. Whole-Tone, Octatonic, and Atonal Models and Melodic Fragments:All Intervals

C. Twentieth-Century Melodies

D. Vocalises by Honegger and Martinu

E. Ensembles of the Twentieth Century

Unit 16

A. Rhythm—Polymeter

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

C and D. Twentieth-Century Melodies

E. Ensembles of the Twentieth Century