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The "Real Easy" Ear Training Book [Format Kindle]

SHER Music , Roberta Radley
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All great musicians have one thing in common---to a great extent they know what the harmony of a song is as they hear it. Do you? If not, here is a practical guide to get you up to speed. Written by Berklee professor Roberta Radley, it uses contemporary music to help you see how ear training is invaluable for your own musical needs. The audio portion of this book is available for free download at http://www.shermusic.com/new/downloads.​shtml.


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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Ear training ! 5 juin 2009
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Ouvrage clair et précis ne laissant pas de place au doute et a l'incertitude lors de la mise en place des excercices - la progression logique permet de rapidement progresser - il faut juste avoir un niveau d'anglais suffisant pour suivre les explications et ne pas se borner a travailler les exercices
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Good for learning to hear chord progressions 15 juillet 2011
Par A Student - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I recently picked up this book at my local music shop. There are not that many ear-training books out there so it's always nice to find something that helps you develop your inner ear. The nice thing is in addition to being a very detailed course on hearing chord progression using the movable do system, it has a lot of great explanatory text and comes with two CDs. This is from someone who's a faculty member at Berklee.

I think a great companion to this book is: Ear Training for the Contemporary Musician which will introduce the concepts of solfege, hearing intervals, and also covers hearing different chord progressions, also with lots of explanatory text.

Since there's no 'search inside' view, here's the table of contents. Hopefully you find this useful - I'll update this review if I ever finish this book.
(edit - after working with chapter 1, is that the tracks that are used are not midi, they are real instruments, which is nice.)

Chapter 1 - Hearing the Bass Line
Learning the Solfege Language
Using the "Sol-fa" System
Hearing the Diatonic Bass Line as a Melody

Chapter 2 - Hearing Major Triads
Hearing the Major Triad Sound
Hearing the I, IV and V Major Triads
Spotlight on the "Blues Changes"
Transposing

Chapter 3 - Hearing Minor Triads
Hearing the Minor Triad Sound
Hearing the II-, III- and VI- Triads
The Benefits of Memorizing

Chapter 4 - Using the Vertical Approach for Dictation
Hearing the Diminished Triad Sound
Hearing the Augmented Triad Sound
Hearing the VII° Triad
The Diatonic Cycle 5 Pattern
Some Theory Basics of Diatonic Harmony

Chapter 5 - Introducing the Horizontal Approach
Singing Root Position Arpeggios
Singing Melodic Arpeggios
Voice-Leading through a Chord Progression

Chapter 6 - Using the Horizontal Approach for Dictation
Hearing the Individual Notes of the Chord
Hearing the Third of the Triad as the "Guide Tone"
The Vsus4 Triad
Ten Transcribing Tips from the Desk of Ms. Radley

Chapter 7 - Hearing Inversions of the I, IV and V Triads
Inversions
Hearing the 1st and 2nd Inversions of the I Chord
Hearing the 1st and 2nd Inversions of the IV Chord
Hearing the 1st and 2nd Inversions of the V Chord

Chapter 8 - Melody and Harmony Relationship
Melody Is Harmony
Transcribing the Melody for Harmonic
Information
Harmonizing the Melody

Chapter 9 - Hearing Seventh Chords
Hearing the Major 7th and Dominant 7th Chords
The Major 7th Chord Sound
The 7th as a Second Guide Tone
The Dominant 7th Chord Sound
The Tritone Interval
Hearing the Minor 7th and Min7b5 Chords
The Minor 7th Chord Sound
The Minor 7b5 Chord Sound

Chapter 10 - More on Hearing Seventh Chords
Introduction
Voice-Leading the Guide Tones, the 3rd and 7th of Seventh Chords
Relationship of Melody and Harmony
Hearing the Passing 7th

Chapter 11 - Hearing Minor Key Harmony
Introduction
Minor Scale Solfege
Diatonic Chords in Natural Minor
About Relative Minor
Root Position Diatonic Triads in the Cycle 5 Pattern
Voice-Leading Diatonic Triads in the Cycle 5 Pattern
About Harmonic Minor
Working with Seventh Chords in the Minor Key
Minor Scale Combinations
Minor Line Clichés
Voice-Leading Guide Tone Lines in the Minor Key

Chapter 12 - Hearing Non-Diatonic Harmony
Introducing the Chromatic Scale and Its Solfege Syllables
Why Two Names for the Same Pitch?
Listening for the Non-Diatonic Chords
Modal Interchange Chords
Secondary Dominant Chords
Recognizing the Guide Tones of Secondary Dominants
Voice-Leading the Secondary Dominant Guide Tone Lines
Helping Out the Ears with Theory
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent 7 janvier 2013
Par Miss E Layton - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is a very practical book, both clear and detailed. It starts simply, but then covers a lot of ground. There are always plenty of examples of the points taught with a list of tracks to listen to, so that everything feels relevant and never simply academic. As another reviewer said, you'll get as much out of this book as you are prepared to put in. You could spend a lot of time on each lesson and continue to improve. If you take it seriously, your aural abilities will definitely improve in some way.

I like this book so much, my only regret is that I bought the kindle version, downloading the music free from the publishers. While I can enlarge the print, musical notation remains small and faint, quite difficult to read. I'd recommend getting a hard copy.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Not Real Easy, but Really Really Helpful 17 juin 2012
Par nerdyguy1618 - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book has a lot crammed into it. Radley is a master at teaching this difficult subject. She provides a clear step-by-step approach that involves listening exercises and examples from popular music. The audio examples are well done. They are easy to hear and involve a variety of instrument sounds.

Radley teaches this course at berkleemusic.com. It has been the best course I have taken anywhere in any subject in any academic setting. The course follows the topics in the book. If you can take the course, it's well worth it, and be prepared to work hard. If you can't take the course, then enjoy this excellent book. The more active you are about doing the exercises, the more you'll get out of it.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Just get it already!!! 28 novembre 2013
Par Charlotte Cole - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I was deaf as a door knob! No kidding. I took Roberta's Ear training courses online and all I can say is " Wow!!" it works!! You will most certainly see and more importantly "hear" results if you follow the curriculum and listening/singing tutorials. You will feel it in the inside and hear it on the outside. Roberta is a true professional, and I am honored ( and much improved ) to have studied under her guidance. Bottom line... I have tried ALL the methods published, and those books and DVD's are collecting dust and dents on the shelves. Roberta has developed the best method out there. Just buy it already... and be prepared to work .... and give birth to new ears!!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 easy ear training 27 septembre 2012
Par Bethpage Fed Credit Union - Publié sur Amazon.com
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very helpful in learning ear traing because of the 2 cd's and the lessons are broken down into chapters and the excersizes were helpful in scales and solfege. helped in the ear traing process too I felt the book was put together very well.
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