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Unit 2
Melody 2A
Melodic Dictation: Melodies Using m2, M2, m3, M3
Before beginning the exercises in this section, sing the following sample melodies. These melodies are transpositions
to a singable range of three exercises in this section. In all ear training, learn to remember and recognize what you have
seen and performed before.
Each exercise consists of a short melody.
1. Create an aural image of the melody.
After hearing each melody, immediately try to sing it in its entirety in your mind.
2. Establish an understanding of the melodys structure.
After you can hear the melody in your mind, analyze the melody with solfeggio syllables or numbers.
3. Do not notate the melody until you have completed these two steps.
4. Notate each melody on the appropriate staff below.
The rst notes are given for the melodies in this section.


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Melody 2B
Mode Identication: Major and Three Forms of the Minor Scale
For each exercise write the type of scale you hear.
Exercises 110 consist of a major, natural minor, harmonic minor, or melodic minor scale.
Exercises 1120 consist of short melodic excerpts from music literature based on one of these
scales.
Natural minor follows the key signature.
Harmonic minor key signature plus raised 7th degree.
Ascending melodic minor key signature plus raised 6th and 7th degrees.
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Major follows the parallel major key signature.
Write the name of the scale in the blank provided. 11.20. (R)
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Melody 2C
Scale Degree Identication: Two Notes
1. The instructor rst plays a scale, then two tones of that scale.
2. Identify the two scale degrees played. The instructor will tell you whether to use scale numbers or syllables.
3. For additional help, review Melody 1C.
Instructor plays:
1. 6. 11. 16.
2. 7. 12. 17.
3. 8. 13. 18.
4. 9. 14. 19.
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Melody 2D
New Intervals: P5 and P4
Intervals studied to date: m2, M2, m3, M3
Each exercise consists of a single interval. The rst note is given.
1. Write the second note of the interval on the staff.
2. Place the name of the interval (P4, m2, M3, and so on) in the blank provided.
3. To help you recognize intervals, think of them as parts of a scale:
P5 = tonic to 5th scale degree of a major or minor scale
P4 = tonic to 4th scale degree of a major or minor scale
M3 = tonic to 3rd scale degree of a major scale
m3 = tonic to 3rd scale degree of a minor scale
M2 = tonic to 2nd scale degree of a major or minor scale
m2 = leading tone to tonic of a major or harmonic minor scale
The second note is above the given note.
The second note is below the given tone.










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