This is #6 in a series beginning with #1, written in the BASS CLEF.
I compose my sight singing examples so that they provide plenty of repetition and sequence naturally, so your students can master them quickly. As the version numbers go up, the level of difficulty increases.
Also available in the treble clef in the key of F:
Chorus Sight Singing #6 in F
Sight Singing 6 Focus:
(1) the quarter/half/quarter syncopation
(2) the low do ti do movement
♫ Added elements:
fa and la, ti do (high), and low ti.
♫ For easy reference, this version is divided into sections with rehearsal marks every 8 bars.
Elements included are:
♪ drmfsltd (Add fa, la, ti, high do, and low ti)
♪ Skips: d-m-s-d
♪ Add whole note
♪ Eighth, quarter and half notes
♪ No quarter rests in this version.
♪ Steps, repeated tones
Set your students up for success before the paper sight singing by using the Curwen hand signs for the steps and skips through echoing and repetition.
♫ OTHER SIGHT SINGING LEVELS AND KEYS:
Link to Sight Singing Table of Contents.
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