Ear Training Plan

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Oscar Alvarado Ear Training 1 Practice Plan Practice rhythmic exercises. As little as two to three minutes will suffice, however, this might have to extend up to ten/fifteen if real difficulty is experienced. Add syllables and pitches to these exercises when they present little difficulty. Practice the syllables and the pitches. Play with various exercises: sing scale up and down; 1-2, 1-3, 1-4…and descending; Sol-fa exercises and tendency tones. Emphasize on the skips that you have less experience or feel less comfortable with. All of those exercises can be done within a five-twenty minute range
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Unformatted text preview: depending on the difficulty. • Practice sight-singing. This is probably what you have to emphasize on your practice. Practice reading/recognizing the syllables as quick and smooth as possible, this should specially be done with the bass clef. Search for any steps/skips you’re not familiarized with and practice them before hand. If necessary, follow the Practice Method for Sight-singing on page 11. You should dedicate at least ten to 15 minutes on this, but you are free to take as long as you want if there’s anything in specific that you feel you need practice with....
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