|Statement||by Frederick G. Shinn.|
|LC Classifications||MT50 .S52 1904|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
The Easy Instructor, or a New Method of Teaching Sacred Harmony: Containing, I. The Rudiments of Music on an Improved Plan, Wherein the Naming and A Choice Collection of Psalm Tunes and Ant Hardcover – Febru by William Little (Author)Author: William Little. The Easy Instructor, Or a New Method of Teaching Sacred Harmony I. the Rudiments of Music on an Improved Plan, Wherein the Naming and Timing of the Notes Are Familiarized to the Weakest Capacity; II. a Choice Collection of Psalm Tunes and Anthems, from the Most Celebrated Au [Little, William and William Smith] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : William and William Smith Little. ABC Of Harmony - Book A The ABC Of Harmony series is an all new series of harmony textbooks, with a simple and concise approach for all teachers and students. It is perfect for a systematic study of harmony for the general musician, as well as for requirements of the ABRSM, AMEB and other examining bodies Read more at Amazon UK Read more at Amazon USA. Excerpt from The Easy Instructor, or a New Method of Teaching Sacred Harmony: Containing, the Rudiments of Music on an Improved Plan, Wherein the Naming and Timing of the Notes Are Familiarized to the Weakest Capacity; A Choice Collection of Psalm Tunes and Anthems, From the Most Celebrated AuthorsReviews: 1.
General Principles of Harmony Why this book Of all musical disciplines, harmony is probably the most written about. Textbooks abound, The traditional French conservatory method of teaching harmony, using mainly given basses with elaborate figures, is an outcome of continuo practice. However whereas. The article is entitled "The Easy Instructor (): A history and bibliography of the first shape note tune book." According to the publishing information on the title page that you have posted, this is the edition that Lowens and Britton have labeled "I." It was printed in Copies of this book . harmony, the study of this discipline exclusively in the classical form by the eighties of the 20th century lost its meaning. Updating the content and methods of teaching has become an urgent task. It should be noted that this process was heterogeneous, and it is possible to outline several different trends in it. I'm continuing my series on teaching part-singing today with my method for getting students singing in harmony for the first time. If you missed them, be sure to catch up on my previous posts in this series on teaching canons and partner songs (linked at the end of this post)- those two steps absolutely need to be mastered before you start working on singing in harmony!
During the summer of , Arnold Schoenberg wrote his Harmonielehre (Theory of Harmony, Schoenberg ), which remains one of the most influential music-theory books. Teaching in individual and group settings 10 Presentation of concepts – simple and compound concurrently; 13 definitions of dotted values Teaching meter – simple vs. compound – steady beat 15 Poetic meter; diagramming common rhymes 22 The necessity of this method The book is laid out in a clean, easy-to-understand format. Mr. Griffin is obviously a gifted teacher, and has developed a book that would be a great resource for any music teacher or student interested in understanding and implementing more complex theory/harmony concepts." – Natalie Wickham, Music Matters, s: 4. Guitar Harmony by Dr. Alan Hirsh is sure to become a standard method for teaching introductory harmony on the classical guitar. The mix of traditional and modern methods for learning harmony on the guitar come together in this book to create well informed students with both theoretical and hands-on knowledge. Publisher’s Promotional Text.