Sing and Play Intervals - 1

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Full details

The object of this exercise is to train our ears and brains to work with our hands! Although this is something I wrote as an exercise for guitar and bass it will work for any instrument except brass or wind (unless you can sing and play like that guy in Jethro Tull) This is useful for developing a sense of pitch and playing by ear. In this first example the rhythm is really simple to enable focus on the scale. First section sets out the scale, play it as an echo both times. After that there are three repeats of the piece: First time sing the echoes. Second time play the echoes. Third time sing and play. It is good practice to vary the tempo and to transpose to all major keys. I have written it in C to accommodate most voices!

Score ID
Year of composition
Easy (Grades 1-3)
3 minutes
Rock and Pop Music

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