AP MUSIC THEORY(CD4장포함)

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Barron's Educational Series, 2010 - Music - 631 pages
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This brand-new addition to Barron's series of Advanced Placement test prep manuals presents a comprehensive review of music theory, followed by two full-length practice tests with all questions answered and explained. These practice tests include both aural and non-aural sections. The four audio CDs enclosed with the manual provide aural skill development prompts for both practice tests' aural sections, as well as material that complements exercises and examples in the subject review chapters. Topics covered in the review chapters include music fundamentals, harmonic organization, harmonic progression, melodic composition and dictation, relationship of key centers, harmonic dictation and composition, visual score analysis, contextual listening, strategies for harmonizing and sight-singing, and much more. Multiple-choice questions with strategies for test-taking success appear at the end of many chapters.
 

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Contents

for Chapters 13
63
Overview of the AP Music Theory Answer Key
72
Chapter Summary 11 Singing
78
Practice Exercises 12 Melodies to Practice Singing
91
Rhythm Meter and Seventh Chords
99
Notating Rhythm 15 Review
107
Chapter Summary 25 Review
113
Answers Explained 31 Answer Key
120
Answer Key
266
Instrumentation and Identification
389
Visual Analysis
407
The Process 303 Answer Key
414
Answer Key 328 Practice Exercises
422
Answers Explained 328 Answer Key
432
Tips for Writing Cadences
466
Practice Exercise
481

Chapter Summary 54 Inversion Symbols
127
Practice Exercises 56
134
Answers Explained 61
146
Harmonic Organization
147
AURAL UNIT 2
163
Answer Key
175
Q Harmonic Progression
199
Aural Skills Part
241
Key Relationships
253
Chapter Summary
260
PRACTICE TESTS
489
Practice Test 2
539
Information
585
SidebySide Comparison
591
Music
602
Ellacombe
608
Appendix
614
Melodic Harmonization Examples
621
Index
629
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Nancy Scoggin has been teaching Instrumental music in Joshua, Texas for 27 years and AP Music Theory since 1996. Her degree in music education is from the University of Southern Mississippi in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. She became a consultant for the College Board in 2001, was a contributing author of the Vertical Teams Guide for AP Music Theory in 2002, and a presenter at the AP National Conference in 2003.

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