Sound Thinking - Volume II Developing Musical Literacy

Boosey & Hawkes

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Sound Thinking: Developing Musical Literacy Vol. 2 By Philip Tacka and Micheal Houlahan Book 178 pages Music education text which centers its philosophy around the Kodaly Concept (see also Sound Thinking 1, item  816655, available separately). Provides a sequenced curriculum and ideas for teaching
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Sound Thinking: Developing Musical Literacy Vol. 2 By Philip Tacka and Micheal Houlahan Book 178 pages
Music education text which centers its philosophy around the Kodaly Concept (see also Sound Thinking 1, item  816655, available separately). Provides a sequenced curriculum and ideas for teaching songs. Contains more advanced rhythmic and melodic concepts, modal music, harmonic hearing, and guidelines for teaching listening and 20th century music through improvisation.
 
Contents
Part I Expanding the Tonal Repertoire

The Single Eighth Note and Its Use in American Folk Songs
Teaching Syncopation
Teaching Dotted Eighth and Sixteenth Combinations
Teaching high Do
Pentatonic Scales

The Diatonic Scale

Teaching Fa
Do Pentachord and Do Hexachord
Introducing the Flat
Teaching Ti
Introducing the Sharp Sign
Teaching T and Z
Altered Notes and Forms of the Minor Scale
Interval Practice

 
Part II Upper Level Concepts and Ear Training
Advanced Rhythmic Concepts

Introducing 4/4, 3/2 and 4/2 Meter
Changing Meter
Eighth and Sixteenth Notes as the Beat
Compound Time Signatures
Asymmetric Meters (7/8, 5/8, 5/4)

Introduction to the Modes
Musicianship Training for Older Beginners

Musical Units
Development of Musical Memory
Sight-Singing and Interval Practice
Dictation
Part Singing
Musical Units for the Older Beginner

 
Part III Other Musical Skills
The Development of Harmonic Hearing

The Teaching of Tonic, Subdominant and Dominant Chord Functions
Triads and Their Functions
Harmony and Form
Introducing Typical Harmonic Progressions
Modulation

Listening
Improvisation and Composition

Improvisation
Composition Using Twentieth Century Technique

 
Music Literature for Children’s Choir Appendix:
Index of Songs and Chants
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