Elementary Training for Musicians has 74 ratings and 5 reviews. (Schott). Originally published in the s, Paul Hindemith’s remakable textbooks are sti. Elementary Training for Musicians. By. PAUL HINDEMITH. 现发. Second Edition. Revised SCHOTT & CO. LTD. LONDON. 48 Great Marlborough Street. Buy Elementary Training for Musicians by P. Hindemith (eBook) online at Lulu. Visit the Lulu Marketplace for product details, ratings, and.

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Most of mjsicians time, the repertoire I am preparing for upcoming performances is more than enough to occupy my mental and musical faculties. I believe you are misunderstanding this; you should consider the “la” as ending when the last connected note would end not when the connecting bar itself ends. Unlike the other two texts listed here, Hindemith focuses on tonal or at least diatonic sight-singing.

I agree with what he said in the intro – if you hindemoth master these skills, you don’t deserve to trqining a musician. Want to Read saving…. In musiciams, this is an issue that I find needs addressing quite early on when teaching pupils; ensuring that notes are held for their full duration, and not just until you count the last beat of a note.


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Elementary Training for Musicians

By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service. Jan 25, Morris Nelms rated it it was amazing. I’ve highlighted the quarter notes of the first “la”: Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. In my library I couldn’t find much elucidation on the subject, other than this passage from Daniel Kazez’s “Rhythm Reading”:. Here are the first three exercises: Refresh and try again.

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Hindemith’s remarkable textbooks remain the most outstanding works of their kind. This book by Lars Edlund is a classic of atonal, interval-based learning. Dawn Frank rated it it was amazing Jan 05, Lists with This Book.

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Elementary training for musicians

The notation on the surface is understandable, but at first seems confusing especially since the jindemith used to denote what one would typically perceived as a tie between two notes looks like a beam for eighth notes which don’t appear to be covered in the legend. This book will tighten up your pitch and rhythm control.

Vasco rated it it was amazing May 24, Jan 04, Yao X rated it it was amazing. The literal embodiment of rhythm in a deep and conscious way not just toe-tapping has a transformative effect. I don’t think you need to read too much into this; he is simply equating a four-beat note semibreve or elwmentary with hihdemith tapped beats, but as you say the example is rather misleading. In his example it looks like you hinsemith through three taps and stop vocalising on the fourth tapwhich would make the length of the vocalisation only three beats!

In response to your comment, the claps represent the pulse or the start of the beat which is an important aspect of music. While a given exercise may be simple with only your dominant limbs in play, a simple redistribution of the material across your body can force a radical re-learning of the rhythmic concept at hand.

The exercises and notation equivalences are on pages of the book.