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Harmony

Appendix Containing One Hundred Graduated Exercises
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ISBN-13:
9780243736768
Veröffentl:
2017
Seiten:
0
Autor:
John Stainer
eBook Typ:
PDF
Kopierschutz:
NO DRM
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

Whilst the greatest effort has been made to ensure the quality of this text, due to the historical nature of this content, in some rare cases there may be minor issues with legibility. IN order that this little work may be of general utility, the author has carefully endeavoured to collect and explain clearly those facts universally accepted as the ground-work of Harmony, rather than bring forward any special opinions he himself may have formed. He therefore hopes that it will be found suitable as a preparatory textbook to any standard work on the same subject of a more advanced type? The system of naming Inter vals hitherto used in this Primer not having proved generally acceptable, in this and all future issues the nomenclature will be that commonly used in English Institutions and Examinations. As the art of Harmony cannot be learnt without a master, the author trusts he may be allowed to suggest that teachers will lessen their own labour and advance their pupils' progress by dividing each lesson into three. Portions; in the first, the master should read a chapter or part of a chapter with his pupil, explaining away difficulties and enlarging on those subjects which have been necessarily only treated concisely; in the second, the pupil should be assisted in preparing an.
IN order that this little work may be of general utility, the author has carefully endeavoured to collect and explain clearly those facts universally accepted as the ground-work of Harmony, rather than bring forward any special opinions he himself may have formed. He therefore hopes that it will be found suitable as a preparatory textbook to any standard work on the same subject of a more advanced type? The system of naming Inter vals hitherto used in this Primer not having proved generally acceptable, in this and all future issues the nomenclature will be that commonly used in English Institutions and Examinations. As the art of Harmony cannot be learnt without a master, the author trusts he may be allowed to suggest that teachers will lessen their own labour and advance their pupils' progress by dividing each lesson into three. Portions; in the first, the master should read a chapter or part of a chapter with his pupil, explaining away difficulties and enlarging on those subjects which have been necessarily only treated concisely; in the second, the pupil should be assisted in preparing an.

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