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Essential Ear Training for the Contemporary Musician

By Steve Prosser

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Berklee Guide. 144 pages. Published by Berklee Press (HL.50449421).

Item Number: HL.50449421
ISBN 0634006401. 9x12 inches.

The Ear Training curriculum of Berklee College of Music is known and respected throughout the world. Now, for the first time, this unique method has been captured in one comprehensive book by the chair of the Ear Training Department. This method teaches musicians to hear the music they are seeing, notate the music they have composed or arranged, develop their music vocabulary, and understand the music they are hearing. The book features a complete course with text and musical examples, and studies in rhythm, sight recognition, sol-fa, and melody.

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  • May 13, 2005 Moveable Do

    The Moveable Do taught at Berklee and explained in this book is a great resourceful tool. You don’t need to have absolutely pitch to hear the notes right. The book explains that the Moveable do technique helps develop recognition of notes no matter what key. It also brings great...

    exercises to practice your ability to read in all keys. It reinforces the need to solfege in order to listen well. The rhythmic exercises cover the different time signature and common rhythmic phrases used in today’s music. This great book helps you develop yourself to be a solid musician.

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  • April 19, 2005 Hear What You See

    Steve Prosser, the chair of the Ear Training department at Berklee College of Music has developed a complete guide for ear training. Not only will you learn how to notate music, but you will also learn to hear what you are seeing.

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