Topics by Chapter (11-20)

 

 

NOTE: for all remaining harmonic dictation exercises, the instructions will indicate that you are to provide soprano or bass voice (or both), inner voices, and roman numeral analysis.

 

Chapter 11

1. Error detection in rhythms using beat subdivisions (simple and compound meters)

2. Harmonic dictation using second-inversion chords

3. Identify placement of second-inversion chords in progressions

Chapter 12

1. Rhythmic dictation using beat subdivisions (simple meters only)

2. Harmonic dictation using first- and second-inversion chords

Chapter 13

1. Melodic dictation in major or minor keys using beat subdivisions (simple meters only)

2. Rhythmic dictation using beat subdivisions (compound meters only)

3. Harmonic dictation using first- and second-inversion chords

Chapter 14

1. Melodic dictation of 6-12 measures using beat subdivisions (simple meters only)

2. Harmonic dictation using simple nonharmonic tones (PT and NT)

3. Identify placement of nonharmonic tones in progressions (PT and NT)

Chapter 15

1. Melodic dictation of 4-8 measures using beat subdivisions (simple and compound meters)

2. Harmonic dictation using various nonharmonic tones (PT, NT, App, and ET)

3. Identify placement of nonharmonic tones in progressions (PT, NT, App, and ET)

Chapter 16

1. Melodic dictation in major and minor keys using borrowed divisions (simple meters only)

2. Rhythmic dictation using borrowed divisions (simple meters only)

3. Harmonic dictation using various nonharmonic tones (Sus and Ant)

4. Identify placement of nonharmonic tones in progressions (PT, NT, App, ET, Sus, and Ant)

Chapter 17

1. Identify all diatonic seventh-chord qualities

2. Identify placement of seventh chords in progressions

Chapter 18

1. Identify all diatonic seventh-chord qualities

2. 2. Melodic dictation using alto clef (simple and compound meters)

Chapter 19

1. Identify all diatonic seventh-chord qualities

2. Melodic dictation using alto clef (simple and compound meters)

Chapter 20

1. Identify all diatonic seventh-chord qualities

2. Rhythmic dictation using borrowed divisions (compound meters only)

3. Harmonic dictation with diatonic modulation

4. Identify point of diatonic modulation in progressions

 

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