Singing into the key

Singing into the key - major key, sing: Do Re Mi Mi Fa Mi...

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Williams College Music 103 Aural Skills Lab Singing Into the Key It is important to be able to sing any passage of music if given only the starting pitch. Our sense of the key is dependent upon our awareness of the location of the two half-steps in the key and their relationship to the given starting pitch. Practice singing the following exercises. Use them prior to singing any passage of music. This will allow you to orient yourself in the context of the key prior to singing. Each exercise establishes the two half-steps in the key, as well as the tonic-dominant relationship. If you are given “Do” in the context of a
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Unformatted text preview: major key, sing: Do Re Mi Mi Fa Mi Mi Re Do Do Ti Do Do Sol Do If you are given Mi, sing: Mi Fa Mi Mi Re Do Do Ti Do Do Sol Do If you are given Sol in the context of a major key, sing: Sol Fa Mi Mi Fa Mi Mi Re Do Do Ti Do Do Sol Do If you are given Do in the context of a minor key, sing: Do Re Me Me Re Me Me Fa Sol Sol Le Sol Sol Fa Me Re Do Do Sol Do If you are given Me, sing: Me Re Me Me Fa Sol Sol Le Sol Sol Fa Me Re Do Do Sol Do If you are given Sol in the context of a minor key, sing: Sol Le Sol Sol Fa Me Me Re Me Me Re Do Do Sol Do...
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This note was uploaded on 03/07/2012 for the course MUS 103 taught by Professor Danprindle during the Fall '11 term at Williams.

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