Sight Singing Exam 2, pieces to study

The individual exams will take place during the week of April 22.


Ottman Chapt. 18,  rhythm and melody, subdivision of the beat, slow tempos
Rhythm: 998-1000, 1004-1007, 1010, Try the metronome markings for the beat and the subdivided beat. Work up to the suggested metronome markings
Sight singing: 1013, 1020, 1021,1030

These are in Chapt. 17 in the 4th ed.:
Rhythm: 934-936, 940-943, 946
Sight singing:949, 956, 957, 966



Ottman 5th ed. Chapt. 19, chromaticism

1032 chromaticism, raised tonic and supertonic (second sclale degree)
1041 N6
1043 raised 4th,  lowered 2nd
1050  modulation from C m inor to E major to C major (I- #III-I) built on the raised third scale degree (distant  key relationship)
1056 modulation from E major to C major (bVI) (distant key relationship)

These examples are in Chapt. 18 in the 4th ed.:
968
977
979
986
993

Ottmann 5th ed. Chapt. 21


Rhythmic patterns: 1108, 1110, 1112

Sightsinging:
1118 12-tone row P form
1122, Auric
1134 Hindemith
1147 Ives

These examples are in Chapt. 20 in the 4th ed:
Rhythmic patterns: 1044, 1046. 1048

Sightsinging:
1056: 12-tone row P form
1060, Auric
1073 Hindemith
1086 Ives