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Ear Training and Improvisation for Beginning Piano
In this one-time class students will learn to identify major and minor triads, practice solfege and learn the basics of how to improvise a simple melody using the pentatonic scale and in the Key of C.
Aurore Sibley, M.S. Ed
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In this small group class students will learn to identify major and minor triads and chords and how to improvise a simply melody in the pentatonic and C scales. This class is for the beginning or beginning-intermediate piano student. Participants should have at least a minimal introduction to the keyboard and be familiar with the Major C scale and C hand positions. We will practice identifying sounds, playing around with melody and learn at least one song by ear.
Students will be able to identify the sounds of major, minor and pentatonic scales or triads and to improvise a simple melody.
Students will be encouraged to experiment with and practice the concepts and exercises covered in class on their own.
A keyboard or piano is necessary.
Students will be assessed throughout the class through their participation and will share an improvised melody that they come up with at the end of the hour.
45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Aurore Sibley, M.S. Ed
Waldorf Educational Specialist
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
33 total reviews
55 completed classes
Engaging students by making education meaningful and fun is how I approach teaching. I have been trained as a Waldorf and remedial grades teacher and have a Master of Science in Education, as well as a background in music and the healing arts. I...