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mikeshuster

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one of the notes from ted referred to an ear training exercise where you would sing one note of each chord in a bach chorale while playing the others.

can someone who may have learned this from ted describe exactly how to do this?

i.e., are you singing the root, or third, etc., all the way through or are you varying the note you sing with each chord?

a complete explanation of the process would be appreciated.

thanks,

mike


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The Bach Chorales have 4 voices, Sop. Alto, Tenor, & Bass. Pick one voice only each time - sing the voice & play the chorale all the way through. Hence you will be playing & singing through the chorale 4 times. Sometimes it's hard due to the range - but just do your best, probably no one will hear you. This really does improve your ability to hear each individual voice. Good Luck. B.
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barbara,

thanks for your reply. now i see how to do it.

thanks,

mike


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