Aural Perception 1B (MCGY1002)

UNIT OF STUDY

Students continue to working on dictation and sightsinging exercises using diatonic pitch materials in all major and minor keys, and rhythms using triplets and duplets. Sight singing exercises use both moveable-'do' sol-fa and letter-names systems. Dictation exercises emphasise the aural identification of tonic, pitch collection and metre..

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Further unit of study information

Classes

One 1hr Lab and one 1hr Solfege tut/wk

Assessment

Weekly Lab assignment (15%); 1hr mid-semester written test (15%); Solfege class work assessment (15%); 1hr written examination (30%): 10 min Solfege examination (25%).

Textbooks

Gary S. Karpinski and Richard Kram: Anthology for Sight Singing, New York; Norton (2007). Gary S. Karpinski: Manual for Ear Training and Sight Singing, New York, Norton (2007)

Faculty/department permission required?

No

Unit of study rules

Prerequisites and assumed knowledge

MCGY1001

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