Howard University | College of Fine Arts | Department of Theatre

Ear Training & Sight-Singing for Musical Theatre

Aural Skills II

Syllabus

Lessons & Exercises:

musictheory.net

teoria.com

Week 1 Homework -

Based on the material we've learned & reviewed thus far, create a quiz and answer key. In your quiz each subject should be assessed in two different ways.

Due: Tuesday, August 27th @ 8:10 AM

Week 2 Homework -

Study for Tuesday's Quiz

Week 3 Homework -

Identifying and Writing Intervals

Due: Tuesday, September 10th @ 8:10 AM

Week 4 Homework -

Use musictheory.net or the Tenuto App to complete interval construction and scale construction.

Follow the steps below.

Due: Thursday, September 17th @ 8:10 AM

Week 5 Materials -

Sight Singing Book

Example 2.9 - Music Theory through Musical Theatre

Homework - InQuizitive (How to & Chapter 2)

Due: Tuesday, September 24th @ 8AM

Week 6 Homework -

1. Complete two assignments on sightreadingfactory.com.

ONLY the HIGHEST one of these two grades will be submitted to the grade book.

2. InQuizitive (Chapter 3)

Week 7 Homework -

Complete two sight-singing exercises and one rhythmic reading exercise on sightreadingfactory.com

Week 8 Study -

Use the following to work on ear training for your next assessment.

https://www.musictheory.net/exercises/ear-interval

https://www.musictheory.net/exercises/ear-scale

You should also use sightreadingfactory.com on your own to practice sight reading.

Week 11 Homework -

Complete sight singing on sightreadingfactory.com.

There are 3 assignments:

1 rhythmic and 2 sight singing.

Due: November 5, 2019 @ 8:10 AM.

Week 13 Homework -

Use teoria.com to practice rhythmic and melodic dictation. Email a screenshot of your final score for each. You are required to complete 10 rhythmic dictation exercises and 5 melodic exercises.

Due: November 19, 2019 @ 8:10 AM

Use the photographs below to set your parameters.

 

 

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InTerval Construction

Scale Construction

Rhythmic Dictation Parameters           

Melodic Dictation Parameters         

Grading Submission          

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