Topics by Chapter (31-40)

 

 

Chapter 31

1. Error detection in rhythms containing irregular subdivisions (simple meters only)

2. Identify point of modulation using enharmonic German sixth chords

Chapter 32

1. Rhythmic dictation using borrowed divisions and/or irregular subdivisions (simple meters only)

2. Identify point of modulation using enharmonic fully diminished seventh chords

Chapter 33

1. Identify name of mode (all seven modes possible)

2. Identify the mode used in a variety of modal melodies

3. Melodic dictation using modes

Chapter 34

1. Identify name of mode (all seven modes possible)

2. Identify the mode used in a variety of modal melodies

3. Identify the type of parallelism used in an example as exact or inexact

Chapter 35

1. Identify type of seventh chords (include jazz minor-major seventh chords)

2. Rhythmic dictation using swing rhythms notated in standard eighth notes

Chapter 36

1. Melodic dictation using two-note atonal groups in whole notes

2. Style identification using octatonicism, pandiatonicism, pointillism, and bichordality

Chapter 37

1. Melodic dictation using three-note atonal groups in whole notes

2. Rhythmic dictation using irregular meters (5/8, 7/8, etc.)

3. Style identification using secundal, tertian, or quartal harmony

Chapter 38

1. Melodic dictation using three-note atonal groups in whole notes

2. Rhythmic dictation using changing meters

Chapter 39

1. Melodic dictation using four-notes atonal groups in whole notes

2. Rhythmic dictation using composite meters

Chapter 40

1. Melodic dictation of atonal melodies in rhythm (simple and compound meters)

 

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