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switch with partner c) 5 minutes of aural chords analysis using two and three note chords. except this time use 3 tones.. what does C# sounds like ? (do you notice a "vibrant" quality similar to F#?).. Proceed only when you reach 95 % accuracy.EXERCISE 6 Instead of singing tones for two minutes. Proceed only when you reach 95 % accuracy. C#. You may spread tones but stay with in 4 octaves. . EXERCISE 9 Add G to your list of tones. F# and A . switch partner Note the addition of C# to your list. Next do ten minutes of aural chords analysis. When practicing aural chord analysis don't tell your partner you are using 2 or 3 notes ! Total time 25 minutes. EXERCISE 8 Add E to your list of tones and do Exercise 7. Eb. Proceed only when you reach 95 % accuracy. alternate back and forth. naming just one tone to the other to sing for a total time of 4 minutes.. spend additional few minutes listening to the color of C# within 4 octaves range. Proceed only when you reach 95 % accuracy EXERCISE 7 The schedule is now: a) 4 minutes of alternate pitch singing (don't forget to choose and sing a pitch before you start) b) 5 minute of pitch naming with C.

if you have beem practicing at a moderate rate then the abstract sense of color awareness has now been cultured at the point where you have color discrimination.part (c) EXERCISE 15 All chromatic tones within the four octaves have been included. You may wish to spend more time. Having become sensitive to colors on your instrument your ear will learn groups of tones. EXERCISE 14 Add F to your list of tones. EXERCISE 13 Add B to your list of tones.. Proceed only when you reach 95 % accuracy.EXERCISE 10 Add Bb to your list of tones. Proceed only when you reach 95 % accuracy. EXERCISE 11 Add D to your list of tones. Proceed only when you reach 95 % accuracy.. EXERCISE 12 Add F to your list of tones. You may wish to spend more time. but for aural chord analysis use only the tones included in the exercise . . 3 and 4 notes on the aural chord analysis. but no more then 30-35 minutes (Instrumentalists not practicing aural chord analysis may go to 20 minutes of they wish). Having gained color discrimination this will enable further ear-training with chords simultaneously developing universal color discrimination). For (a) and (b) of each exercise use chromatic tones. but no more then 30-35 minutes (Instrumentalists not practicing aural chord analysis should change their instrument to piano or guitar and return to exercise 7 upon mastery of this exercise). Proceed only when you reach 95 % accuracy. Use 2. Aural chord analysis is very different from pitch naming with single tones and will secure much greater clarity of pitch color recognition. Proceed only when you reach 95 % accuracy.

You are now ready to use and advanced method to help you remember the pitch color tone. Middle C is C4. You are familiar at this point how the each tones sound the same in each octave. constant speed to see how quickly you or your partner can perceive and name tones. Bb1. thus the lowest notes on the keyboard are: A1. EXERCISE 17 .The focus now is to expand in order to include all the "tints" of a tone is all octaves. Complete chords should be used in the extreme upper range. This will greatly aid your color memory because you will hear the color of a pitch and also the color pattern of a chord as different as other chords. To distinguish between octaves we will label each tone with an unique name. Play single tones frequently in these extremes. Bb5 on a piano would be a C5 on a Bb clarinet). Pitch singing in this manner is now extremely important. have your partner play a A chord with A. Practice this exercise exactly as the last but learn the specific name you have been using. Don't strain with chords on the low register. When errors are made in this exercise you have not yet remembered the pitch colors correctly.. C# and E in close position. It is not necessary to name which octave the tone is when practicing speed. Chord tones may be spread out as far as you'd like. For example. (The lowest guitar tone is E2. After practicing this way. except that each octave seems to be a different "shade" of that same color. Then after attempting to sing an A. The easiest way to do so is to simply number consecutively each of the twelve chromatic tones from bottom to top. For example if your partner asks you to sing an A. Sing the keynote. EXERCISE 16 Continue as before but add one octave in each direction. you will quickly learn the different color patterns of major chords.. Then without playing hear this chordal color pattern in your head. effortlessly try to remember how an A chord sounds like. The best way to imagine what a tone sounds like is to imagine the color sound fo a major chord which uses that tone as its keynote. For instruments not pitched in C use the number of the identical piano pitch. A good technique for pitch naming drill is to plat at a fast.. when practicing aural chord analysis use these same major chords from time to time. they would be so muddy that even Mozart wouldn't recognize them. Listen carefully to the chord built on that note. etc.

Play all but one of eight consecutive whole-tone scale tones together. These are not impossible exercises and should be approach with fun. concerts. Check in which key a song is played. . One way is to go to the piano... records. Listen to any sound: church bells. These will be "ear teasers" but in time you may master them.. Name all tones in order.. Leave one out and play all the others simultaneously in one tone cluster.Play five to ten tones in any kind of chord. EXERCISE 18 You have now cultured your ear to a high degree of color discrimination.. You should now broad your pitch color discrimination to include all instruments. Watch out because you may hear overtones. XIII . water. even a grandfather clock striking the hour. . Hint: first listen for and identify the key tone. When you can remember a tone without hearing it first you have mastered color hearing technique. on the radio. Name the missing tone. Then climb the scale and listen to the "gap" .Play all but one of the seven to ten consecutive chromatic tones together in one tone cluster. this is a better exercise if all the intervals and half and whole tones. cats !! The most important exercise to practice is pitch singing. I had a colleague during high school and both of us used to create outrageous exercises to test each other. Have friends sit with their instruments so you can get used to the sound of pitch color of their instruments. ..Add the remaining tones. open it up and pluck the strings inside. repeat using scales in different keys. Name the missing note as well as the low and high tones. Proceed when you have 95 % accuracy in naming any pitch for any instrument (universal color discrimination) and pitch singing (aural recall). horns. Have your partner name the missing tone.EAR TEASERS FOR SUPER EARS.Locate an entire octave of a diatonic scale. Be sure the player strikes in even manner.. .

Go very slowly and listen closely to the pitch in your mind. Check yourself on a tuning fork or piano. choose any note and listen for it somewhere in the music. MUSIC AND HIGHER CONSCIOUSNESS These chapter talks about how the awareness of perfect pitch and its relation to Yoga and how gaining perfect pitch makes you become more conscious of other things.Try to tune your guitar or other string instrument to concert pitch by ear all alone. moving up to successive chromatic keys upon completion of each key. _ Listen to some progressive modern music. XIV . UF ! =========================================== Release was edited by SC =========================================== .. One individual plays scales starting in any key.. . Go up the chromatic scale until you have listened for and picked out each tone.Use any musical score.PERFECT PITCH . ._ Find a partner who plays the same instrument.. while the other tries to locate where the tones are. take a melodic line and slowly listen mentally to the pitch color of each tone.

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