The Standard Course of Lessons and Exercises in the Tonic Sol-Fa Method of Teaching Music

The Standard Course of Lessons and Exercises in the Tonic Sol-Fa Method of Teaching Music

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1880 edition. Excerpt: ... remark applies to the sound of tho drum, or any marching instruments. In a similar way tho 60und of distant bells, wafted by gusts of wind, may be imitated. See--" Come, let us all," pp. 24, 25. In imitating laughter we must remember that it has two characters; it is either light and trifling, or heavy and bold. Such a passage as "Fortune Hunter," p. 5, first score, may bo treated in either way according to tho spirit of the verses; if in the latter way it will contradict, but worthily, the natural diminuendo of a descending passage. Ex. 211. What musical expression would you give to the air in "May Time," from end of p. 5, to first line p. 6? Ex. 212-What musical expression would you give in " God Speed tho Right," p. 1, to the air in first part of 3rd score, --to the air and bass in first part of 4th score, --to tenor and bass in 3rd score, --and to what part of this piece does tho rule of subordination of parts apply? Ex. 213. What musical expression would you give to " Harvest Home," p. 41, end of second and first part of 3rd score, --also to soprano and contralto, 2nd score, --also to tenor and bass, p. 40, first part of 2nd score, --and also, tenor and bass beginning with second part of 2nd score, ending at the top of p. 41? Ex. 214. What musical expression would you give in "Loud the Storm-wind," p. 95, to the air of chorus, 2nd and 3rd scores f Ex. 215. What musical expression would you give to the air of tho first line in " Father," p. 34, and to the ail of tho first line in "If I had," p. 45? Ex. 216. What musical expression would you give to tho tenor and bass in the first eight measures of "Saviour, breathe," p. 91? Ex. 217. What expression would you...show more

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  • Paperback | 94 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 5mm | 181g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
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  • 1236551575
  • 9781236551573