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Authors Anne Hall and Timothy Urban provide students over one- and two-part rhythmic studies, each with short preliminary exercises, that are intended to be sung, spoken, and tapped or clapped. The Fourth Edition offers fresh examples from the standard repertory as well as new material on structured improvisation.
About the Author Anne Hall earned B. For her last ten years there she served as Dean of the Faculty of Music. Although she had also taught piano and music history, she focused her teaching on music theory, especially theory of twentieth-century music, and on musical skills, the importance of which had been emphasized in her study in Paris.
For the B. For the latter she composed the first version of Studying Rhythm in the early s. She also served for six years on the Board of the Canadian University Music Society, including two years as President.
Timothy Urban has been teaching undergraduate aural skills classes at the Mason Gross School of the Arts of Rutgers University for the past twenty years and gives regular clinics and workshops on aural skills pedagogy as well as advising teachers wishing to develop or enhance existing aural skills programs.
He received his Ph. He holds graduate performance degrees in recorder and voice as well as an M. A in Early Music Performance Practice and continues to perform regularly as both singer and instrumentalist. Show More. Table of Contents 1. Simple Duple Meter 2.
Simple Triple Meter 3. Simple Quadruple Meter 4. Compound Dupler Meter 6. Sixteenth-Notes in Simple Meter 7. Dotted Eighths in Simple Meter 8. Sixteenth-Notes in Six-Eight Meter 9. More Rests and Syncopation in Simple Meter Nine-Eight and Twelve-Eight Meter Triplets Two Against Three Half-Note Beat Simple Meter Eighth-Note Beat Small Subdivisions Changing Simple Meter Changing Compound Meter Four Against Three Quintuplets and Septuplets Five-Eight and Five-Four Meter More Meters with Unequal Beats Changing Meters with Unequal Beats More Cross Rhythms Tempo Modulation.
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Studying Rhythm, 4th Edition
Studying Rhythm, 4th edition