The Eleanor Smith Music Course Manual

The Eleanor Smith Music Course Manual

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1909 edition. Excerpt: ...8), or Frosty Elves (p. 26). Both of these melodies may be given by rote, syllables learned, time beaten, and symbols observed. On Saturday (p. 9). As the children have observed two or more similar tunes, they may read this melody. This is true of the other tunes on page 9. If observation of preceding tunes has been thorough, symbols will be readily interpreted. A phrase from at least two tunes should be written. Phrases like the foregoing are recommended for written work as showing in one case degree-wise progression (a), in the other skips (b). OCTOBER Rorn SoNGs Hare and Hunter (p. 59). My Pretty Pony (p. 73). Something for Baby (p. 99). TECHNICAL Woax IN READING AND WRITING Pages IO to 16. Bells are Chiming (p. Io). Will be sung by rote, children beating time to teacher's singing. Observation of time is made before looking at notes. Children are asked which tones are long; which are shorter: children find out relative lengths of tones. When this tune has been carefully learned by words and by syllable, Church Bells (p. Io) may be read, the teacher giving only such help as is necessary. It will be necessary when the children are in danger of memorizing a false form. In September (p. 11). Will be found very easy to read, as most of the tonal content of the tune has become familiar through other melodies. A Riddle (p. 11). This tune may be read at least in part by children. Drill should be given on contrasting progressions: Autumn (p. I2). May easily be read. Either the first or last phrase should be given as written work. Happy Thought (p. 12). Presents some slight difliculty, and care should be taken that the first phrase is correctly and smoothly sung. The children will be able to sing the second phrase without help. When more

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  • Paperback | 34 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 82g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236824490
  • 9781236824493