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 Download Syllabus HARMONIC DICTATION Example 1 Student | MP3 | Solution Example 2 Student | MP3 | Solution Example 3 Student | MP3 | Solution Example 4 Student | MP3 | Solution Example 5 Student | MP3 | Solution Example 6 Student | Minus outer voices | MP3 | Solution Example 7 Student | Minus top voices | MP3 | Solution Example 8 Student | Minus bottom voices | MP3 | Solution Example 9 Student | Minus outer voices | MP3 | Solution Example 10 Student | Minus alto & bass | MP3 | Solution Example 11 Student | Minus top voices | MP3 | Solution Quiz #1 Examples Example 1 Student | Minus Bottom Voices | Solution MP3 | Example 2 Minus Outer Voices | Starting Chord | Solution MP3 | Example 3 Starting Chord | Solution MP3 | TWO VOICE MELODIC DICATION Example 1 Student | MP3 | Solution Example 2 Student | MP3 | Solution Example 3 Student | MP3 | Solution Example 4 Student | MP3 | Solution Example 5 Student | MP3 | Solution Example 6 Student | MP3 | Solution Example 7 Student | MP3 | Solution Example 8 Student | MP3 | Solution Example 9 Student | MP3 | Solution Example 10 Student | MP3 | Solution Example 11 Student | MP3 | Solution Example 12 Student | MP3 | Solution Quiz #2 Examples Example 1 Student | MP3 | Solution Example 2 Student | MP3 | Solution Example 3 Student | MP3 | Solution | Meter Recognition Determine the prevailing meter used in each of the following music examples. For the asymmetrical meters, also determine groupings. Example 1 Example 2 Example 3 Example 4 Example 5 Example 6 Example 7 Example 8 Example 9 Example 10 Example 11 Harmony Review The following examples use both secondary function and borrowed harmonies. Notate the bass voice and insert accidentals where needed. Example 1 Score |   MP3 |   Score | Example 2 Score |   MP3 |   Score | Example 3 Score |   MP3 |   Score | Example 4 Score | MP3 | Score | Example 5 Score | MP3 | Score | Harmony Examples using chromatic/modulatory chords. Notate the alto and tenor voices. 1. Exercise | Mp3 | Solution 2. Exercise | Mp3 | Solution 3. Exercise | Mp3 | Solution 4. Exercise | Mp3 | Solution 5. Exercise | Mp3 | Solution 6. Exercise | Mp3 | Solution 7. Exercise | Mp3 | Solution 8. Exercise | Mp3 | Solution Harmonic Dictation using Secondary Function (dictate all four voices, provide complete analysis) New Harmony Examples (employing Augmented Sixth Chords) Example 1 Student | MP3 | Solution Example 2 Student | MP3 | Solution Example 3 Student | MP3 | Solution Example 4 Student | MP3 | Solution Example 5 Student | MP3 | Solution Example 6 Student | MP3 | Solution One-measure +6 examples Example 1 Student | MP3 | Solution Example 2 Student | MP3 | Solution Example 3 Student | MP3 | Solution Example 4 Student | MP3 | Solution Example 5 Student | MP3 | Solution Example 6 Student | MP3 | Solution Example 7 Student | MP3 | Solution MELODIC DICTATION Short, one & two measure examples Example 1 Meter: 12/8; Starting Pitch: do; Key: B-flat MP3 Solution Example 2 Meter: 12/8; Starting Pitch: do; Key: a MP3 Solution Example 3 Meter: 12/8 Starting Pitch: do Key: C MP3 Solution Example 4 Meter: 12/8; Starting Pitch: mi Key: C MP3 Solution Example 5 Meter: 5/4 Starting Pitch: fa Key: c MP3 Solution Example 6 Meter: 5/4 Starting Pitch: g (bass) Key: g/F MP3 Solution Example 7 Meter: 5/4 Starting Pitch: ti Key: B-flat MP3 Solution Example 8 Meter: 5/4 Starting Pitch: do Key: d MP3 Solution Example 9 Meter: 5/4 Starting Pitch: ti Key: B-flat MP3 Solution Example 10 Meter: 10/4 :) Starting Pitch: do Key: F MP3 Solution Example 11 Meter: 10/4 (or two bars of 5:) Starting Pitch: do Key: G MP3 Solution Example 12 Meter: 6/8 or 12/8 Starting Pitch: do Key: G MP3 Solution Example 13 Meter: 4/4 Starting Pitch: do Key: C MP3 Solution Example 14 Meter: 9/8 Starting Pitch: do Key: d MP3 Solution Example 15 Meter: 2/4 Starting Pitch: do Key: b MP3 Solution Example 16 Meter: 3/4 Starting Pitch: do Key: B-flat MP3 Solution Example 17 Meter: 5/4; Starting Pitch: do; Key: g MP3 Solution Example 18 Meter: 6/8; Starting Pitch: do; Key: f MP3 Solution Example 19 Meter: 4/8 Starting Pitch: do Key: a MP3 Solution Two-Voice Duos for Dictation Some of these are long, some are short--regardless a good variety for your preparation Example 1 Student | MP3 | Solution | Example 2 Student | MP3 | Solution | Example 3 Student | MP3 | Solution | Example 4 Student | MP3 | Solution | Example 5 Student | MP3 | Solution | Example 6 Student | MP3 | Solution | Example 7 Student | MP3 | Solution | Practice Quiz Examples (June, 2, 2009) Example 1 Student | MP3 | Solution | Example 2 Student | MP3 | Solution |