The correlation of basic rudiments of music and written harmony with sightsinging and eartraining as exemplified by annotated examples
Husbands, Yvonne Natalie
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As the result of teaching sightsinging and ear-training in a small liberal arts college, in which the music department was small and the students had some technical knowledge of instruments but lacked fundamental training in music theory; the need was felt for developing a different approach to the teaching of basic rudiments of music and written harmony, namely: through sightsinging and eartraining exercises. An exploration was made of various sightsinging and eartraining material. Insufficient suitable material was found. Then, a decision was made to prepare a course of study for theory and harmony, after which the objectives and the content of the sightsinging and eartraining course were planned.
Thesis (Ed.M.)--Boston University
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