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Melodic Bean Bag Toss

Running, jumping, throwing, climbing, and running – and all kinds of active play – are very important for young children’s development. Young children are not only strengthening their muscles and improving their coordination when they engage in physical play; every game and physical activity is a chance to learn concepts and to practice getting along with others. 173 more words


Ear training - melodic second

So I started my ear training regimen starting with melodic minor/major seconds. My goal is to hit 90 percent success rate before moving on to next scale degree. 8 more words


Relative Pitch part?

Everything moves.

If you have been following these discussions, you might notice you can just keep going with the work. Don’t stop with a few accomplishments. 306 more words

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Ear Training Part 8

ear training part 8

This series on relative pitch was not designed to be rushed through in an evening. I have tried to give some foundation and the bare minimum  info on what you need to know to work out all these pitch puzzles. 663 more words

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Ear Training Part 7p

Ear Training part 7

We started with hearing a reference pitch

Then we used a different reference pitch

Then we used multiple reference pitches

Now lets add to that. 227 more words

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Ear Training part 6

This is part 6 of a series on how to develop relative pitch.

here are is the audio of the example


We have been choosing a reference pitch and learning what the distance between the reference pitch and other pitches sound like, internally and externally. 175 more words

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ear training part 5

Ear training part 5

Here is some written music to get you started in your development of relative pitch.

I have made the C reference note prominent- as you progress, drop your reference note and try to hear it as a constant drone in your head as you hear the steps you sing ( or play). 28 more words

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