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Sight Reading & Ear Training Lev 2
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Sight Reading & Ear Training Lev 2

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Piano
Composer Glover Method For Pi
Publisher Belwin Mills Publishing Corp

Price: $7.95

Catalog #FDL01015

UPC code: FDL01015

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Sight reading and ear training are two of the most important skills for any mu sician. Consequently, they should be developed systematically with performance , technical and theoretical skills from the time that keyboard study begins. A s new concepts are introduced in the LESSONS book, they are reinforced visuall y and aurally in SIGHT READING AND EAR TRAINING. These books can be used with equal success in private and group lessons. The reading exercises are based on the premise that students develop secure reading skills by first playing in s pecific patterns and gradually moving out of these patterns. The recognition o f intervals is crucial to the development of good reading habits. In addition, students must be able to quickly identify individual notes and patterns (melo dic, harmonic, and r

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