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oeoeoeoe#oe˙oe#oe#oe#oe˙oe#˙oeoe#oe˙˙oeoeFrançois Couperin,Pièces de clavecin,Book 2, 8th ordre, Passacaille, mm. 1–4 (1717)
Chapter53Chromatic Passing Tones14953.1053.11Additional dictations not recorded53.a53.b&&bbbb4343Violin IViolin IIfoeoeoenfoeoeoe#˙oe˙oepoe.oeb.oe.poe.oe.oe.˙#oe˙oeffoe.oe.oe.oe.oe.oe.oenoeoe˙oeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoe OE OEoeOE OEMINUETTO&?######CC62˙.oeJoe˙˙w.˙oe#wwoeoe.oe.oe.oeoe.oe.oe.woeoeoeOEoeoeoeOE˙oeAllegro assai?bbbbb83.oeoeoeoeoeoeoeoenoeJoeoeJoen.oeoeoeoe.oee=¡™•&####46˙oe#˙oe˙oe.˙#oeoeoeoe#oeoe˙oe#.˙h.=¶™W. A. Mozart, Divertimento in B flat, K. 287, Minuet, mm. 1–8 (1777)W. A. Mozart, Piano Concerto in A, K. 488, mvt. 3, mm. 62–65 (1786)
15054SKIPS TO CHROMATICPITCHES AS PREFIXNEIGHBORSL I S T E N I N GMelodic DictationFor the following dictations, students should pay special attention to places wherechromatic pitches occur and focus on the diatonic pitches surrounding these chro-matics, especially the notes to which they resolve.54.154.254.354.4? ####46oeoeoe.˙˙oe#.˙oeoeoe˙oe.˙ÓOEh.=§§&bbbbc2cantabileoeoeoeoen˙joeoeoeoeoeoe˙oeOEq=•¢&#863F.oe.oe.oeoeoe#.oeoeoeoeoeoeoe.oe.oeAllegretto tranquilloGiuseppi Verdi,Don Carlo, “Oh . . . mia Regina,” mm. 2–5 (1867)Frederick Delius, “The Nightingale,” mm. 3–6 (1910)&bbb43OEpoe.oe.oe.oenoe.oe.oe#.oe.oeoe.oe.oe.oe..oeoeoe.oeb.oe.oe.oeoe.Allegretto scherzando.Johann Nepomuk Hummel, Rondo, Op. 11, mm. 1–5 (1804)
Chapter54Skips to Chromatic Pitches as Prefix Neighbors15154.554.654.754.8&#43Violin174f˙>oe.oe.˙#>oe.oe.oe>OEoe>.˙>˙oe.oe.˙#oe.oe.oe.OEoe.oe.OE OETempo di valse&#####83263pdolceoeoeoe#.oeJoecrescoeoeoe.oeJoeoeoeoe.oepJoeoeJoeoeAllegro giusto&#cClarinetin Bf19f.˙>.oe>oejoe.oe#>oeJoe ‰.oe#>oeƒ˙oeoe.oen.oen.Zoe.oe.oe.oe.Zoe.oe.oe.oe.˙ÓAllegro.&b cconcertpitch19f.˙>.oe>oejoe.oe#>oejoe.oen>oeƒ˙oeoe.oeb.oen.Zoe.oe.oe.oe.Zoe.oe.oe.oe.˙ÓAllegro.&&##CCViolin IViolin IIpwwww#pw˙OEoewoeoenOEoewoeoeOEoewoeoeOEoe˙Óoeoe ÓMolto AllegroJohann Strauss, Jr.,Die Fledermaus, Overture, mm. 174–181 (1874)Franz Schubert, Piano Sonata in B Major, D. 575 [Op. Post. 147], mvt. 4, mm. 263–270 (1817)Franz Schubert, Octet in F, D. 803, mvt. 1, mm. 19–23 (1824)Franz Schubert, Octet in F, D. 803, mvt. 1, mm. 19–23 (1824)W. A. Mozart, String Quartet in G, K. 387, mvt. 4, mm. 1–9.1 (1782)
152Instructor’s Dictation ManualMelodic TranscriptionFor the following transcriptions, students should take as many listenings and asmuch time between them as they feel necessary. They should write down as manyaspects of the performances as they can—timbre, tempo, articulation, rubato, etc.VC.oeoeWie168oeoeoeoe#oeoeoestark istnichtdeinoeoeoe#oeoe.oenoeZau-ber - ton,weil˙oeoeoeoehol-de.oeJoeJoe ‰JoeJoeFlö-te,hol-deV172oe#oeoeoeoeoeoeoenoeoeoeFlö - tedurchdeinoeoeoe#oeoeoenoeSpie-lenselbstjoeJoeJoeJoe#oeoeoeoewil-de Tie - re Freu - de˙oefüh-len.Andante?&&&B?###############434343434343BassoonsHornsin EViolasCellos &BassesViolins35poe oeoeoeoe#OEpoeoeOEOEpoeOEpoeOE OEoe oeoeoeoe#OEoeoeOEOEoeOEoeOE OEoe oeoeoeoe#OEoeoeOEOEoeOEoeOE OEoeoeoeoeoeoeOEoeoeOEOEoeOEoeOEOEpoe oeoeoeoeOEoeoeOEOEoeoeOEoeOE OEoe oeoeoeoeOEoeoeOEOEoeoeOEoeOE OEoe oeoeoeoeOEoeoeOEOEoeoeOEoeOE OEoeoeoeoeoeoeOEoeoeOEOEoeoeOEoeOE OE.

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