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Synonyms for sight-sing

sing from a score without having seen it before

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A comparison of successful and unsuccessful strategies in individual sight-singing preparation and performance.
provide a textbook that focuses on the aural skills of sight-singing, rhythm-reading, keyboard skills, and improvisation and provides hundreds of sight-singing melodies such as exercises, etudes, and tunes from the literature in two, three, and four parts; solo, duet, and trio rhythms; 25 lessons for guided individual and group improvisation; and 21 progressive keyboard exercises.
The "soft" understanding of the hexachord (exemplified by Walter Wiora), is that of a "two-tiered" system: letter names for music theory, and hexachordal syllables for sight-singing pedagogy.
When the student auditioned for the regional choir competition later that year, I transcribed the sight-singing portion into braille for her.
Course of study includes Western Music Theory and History, Music Appreciation, Sight-singing, Choir, Private Instruction in Primary Instrument, Audio Engineering, Ear Training, Folk Tradition, Background Score, and Composition/Theory.
Those auditioning should be prepared to sing one solo, unaccompanied, plus do sight-singing with the ensemble.
As a high-school student, soprano Lyne Fortin would devour opera scores in her free time, sight-singing every role, male and female, until she felt ready to develop her own interpretations.
Boston Arts Academy Summer Music Program : Running July 11-July 22, 2011, this program offers workshops, sight-singing and ear-training sectionals, as well as chorus and wind ensemble rehearsals and a final performance to music students from the Boston Arts Academy.
For personal musicianship, they practice sight-singing melodies.
Furthermore, aural skills and sight-reading must be done one-on-one: sight-singing together may bolster confidence but it makes it impossible to gauge individual progress.
It does not use any particular sight-singing system.
Chapter 3 offers an explanation of solfege with a complete chart, a sample sight-singing lesson, and a discussion of other music skills the author believes should be included in the choir rehearsal.
The instructor covers aural skills, sight-singing and basic melodic/rhythmic dictation.
There are many fine books on the market that provide an endless supply of rhythms and melodies for dictation or sight-singing practice, however Building Better Dictation Skills takes an in-depth look at how to find strategies for success.
Most noticeably, children who are singing regularly begin to hear more accurately, to match pitch better, to demonstrate rudimentary dynamic control, and to learn music more quickly through improved sight-singing skills, tonal memory, and music reading.