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sonicFit .:: TuxGuitar ::. Open Source Tablature Editor :: TuxGuitar Schwanengesang Schwanengesang ("Swan song") D 957 (Deutsch catalogue) is the title of a posthumous collection of songs by Franz Schubert. The collection was named by its first publisher Tobias Haslinger, presumably wishing to present it as Schubert's final musical testament to the world. Unlike the earlier Die schöne Müllerin and Winterreise, it contains settings of three poets, Ludwig Rellstab (1799–1860), Heinrich Heine (1797–1856) and Johann Gabriel Seidl (1804–1875). Schwanengesang was composed 1828 and published in 1829 just a few months after the composer's death on 19 November 1828. In the original manuscript in Schubert's hand, the first 13 songs were copied in a single sitting, on consecutive manuscript pages, and in the standard performance order. Franz Liszt later transcribed these songs for solo piano. Schubert also set to music a poem named Schwanengesang D744 by Johann Senn, unrelated to this collection. An uncertain cycle[edit] Content[edit] See also[edit] References[edit] External links[edit]

Ear training online and mobile | Pitchimprover Cours de guitare en vidéo Bienvenue dans la section Cours de Guitare en vidéo de Partoch.comTu trouveras ici des cours de musique de 10 à 20 minutes sur de nombreux points d'apprentissage de la guitare : de la position de chaque main, des accords de guitare, en passant par la mécanique ou par le style de jeux.Nous avons des cours de guitare pour tous les niveaux et pour la plupart des besoins ;o) Les cours de guitare de base sont en accès gratuits, et les cours d'un niveau supérieur nécessitent une petite participation (l'envoi d'un sms) pour la consultation illimité de la vidéo durant 1 mois. Cette participation rembourse les couts d'hébergement et le transfert de ces vidéos. Nos cours de guitare en video ont été notés 4.5/5 par 1100 internautes Bons cours ! L'équipe de Partoch.com Choisi ton cours : La Guitare Brésilienne Fan de Bossa Nova ? Ce cours a été créé par Benjamin Sabbah, Professeur de Guitare, il est la propriété de partoch.com et ne doit pas être diffusé en dehors de ce site.

Online Ear Training with Intervals, Melodies, and Jazz Chord Progressions | IWasDoingAllRight Loading ear trainer audio . . . 100% Use this form to save the current settings (active tab, tempo, options, etc) as an "exercise" which you can return to in the future. Your Saved Exercises Play Mode Key Center Starting Cadence Display Options Repeat Count Repeat Modulation Intervals To Play Note Direction Sequence Type Root Note This ear training tool has call-and-response exercises for Intervals, Chords, and Melodies. If you want to practice jazz improvisation, the Progressions feature allows you to play along with random chords and popular jazz chord progressions. Let me know if you run into any problems. Chords To Play All Even More Chords Inversions Note/Scale Options Each box is a... Melody Length Restrict to Single Octave This feature generates random melodies that you can use for sight-singing and call-and-response ear training. I recommend that you begin with "Single Note" mode and short 2- or 3-note melodies. Keys To Play Accompaniment Measures Per Chorus Chorus Count Stay in a Single Key? Scratchpad

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Music Theory & Ear Training: Relative Pitch and Perfect Pitch Free Software Web Piano Teacher - Easy Piano Lessons Series Solfege When you study music on high school, college, music conservatory, you usually have to do ear training. Some of the exercises, like sight singing, is easy to do alone. But often you have to be at least two people, one making questions, the other answering. This is ok, as long as both have time to do it. And if you sit in your room, practicing your instrument many hours a day, it can be nice to see other people :-) But my experience when I got my education, was that most people were very busy and that it was difficult to practise regularly. GNU Solfege tries to help out with this. Downloading Solfege Solfege can be found on the main GNU ftp server: (via HTTP) and (via FTP). Documentation Documentation for Solfege will be available online, as is documentation for most GNU software. Mailing lists Solfege has the following mailing lists: Announcements about Solfege and most other GNU software are made on info-gnu (archive). Maintainer

7th Chords on the piano - Week Ten - One of the most valuable chord types you'll ever learn... Hello again, and welcome to the next edition of the newsletter. If you recall the first week we learned about the three chords you absolutely, positively CAN'T do without. Then in the next weeks lesson we showed you how easy it is to learn ALL the major chords (there are 12 of them) and be able to play them in seconds -- not hours or days or weeks or months or years. Next you learned how to easily turn major chords into minor chords just by moving one key one-half step -- by lowering the 3rd of the major chord. Then we learned diminished triads -- just by lowering the 3rd and the 5th of a major chord 1/2 step. Then we learned inversions -- how to stand chords on their head. And finally, we took up augmented triads -- formed by simply raising the 5th of a major triad. Then we learned about major 6th chords. To form a 7th chord, just find the 7th note of the scale and lower it 1/2 step. As usual, now it's up to you.

ABRSM: Aural Trainer Welcome to Aural Trainer Our award-winning app offers an exciting way for students to practise aural skills and is now available for Grades 1 to 8. Through a series of interactive challenges, users can learn to identify and describe musical features and differences quickly and accurately. Together, Aural Trainer 1-5 and Aural Trainer 6-8 cover all the individual elements of ABRSM aural tests including sight–singing and echo tests. Aural Trainer can be used anytime and anywhere to prepare effectively for exams or develop your aural skills. ABRSM Aural Trainer is compatible with iPhone®, iPod touch® and iPad®. What is ABRSM Aural Trainer? The official ABRSM Aural Trainer is a useful app which features interactive challenges to develop your aural skills and make aural practice more engaging. Aural Trainer is not designed to replace conventional approaches to aural practice but to supplement them. How can I use the ABRSM Aural Trainer?

Tablature, Partition, Guitare et Basse : tout pour la musique. Ear Training The idea with the ear training found here is to provide an "ears-only" version available away from the computer. Nothing wrong with working on your ears at the computer (and there are some great resources available), but it seems like some of the best opportunities for this are away from the keyboard - in the car, etc. So, select a voice and type of ear training, try them out in the player, then download the set, and use them in your mp3 player. Many of the single-note samples were taken from The University of Iowa's "Electronic Music Studio". Bichordal Pitch Collections Ravelian polytonality was introduced to us via Bichordal Pitch Collections, which were described in this post by Ed Byrne. The half-steps (from the root) in each pitch collection are tabulated below, with a nomenclature consisting of the two triad types used and the displacement between them in half-steps.

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