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Classroom Lessons in Aural Perception - Semester 1

Classroom Lessons in Aural Perception (C.L.A.P.) was created and revised over multiple years teaching theory and aural skills for freshman music majors in multiple community college and university classrooms. In its creation, the content was paired with Tonal Harmony by Kostka, Payne, and Almén and Music for Sight Singing by Rogers and Ottman, but it has since been used with a variety of texts at the university level as well as for high school Advanced Placement Music Theory students.

C.L.A.P. consists of eight total units, each comprised of five lesson worksheets (a total of 40 lessons). These materials will facilitate approximately 60-75 minutes of class-time dictation practice per week spread out over two semesters of instruction. The instructor materials (or key) are intentionally part of the student packet, providing an accessible resource for peer or instructor performance and later review of answers compared with what was played. When printed double-sided and spiral bound or stapled, answers can be checked simply by flipping the packet vertically.

Unit 1:
  • Intervals – m2, M2, m3, M3 (identify/notate; harmonic/melodic)
  • Scales – Major, minor (3 forms); ascending only
  • Melodic Dictation – simple meter; stepwise; within an 8ve; major keys
  • Rhythmic Dictation – simple meter with beat division
Unit 2:
  • Triads – Major, minor, Augmented, diminished
  • Intervals – m2, M2, m3, M3, P4, P5, TT
  • Scales – Major, minor (3 forms); ascending or descending
  • Melodic Dictation – simple meter; within an 8ve; includes tonic triad skips; major keys
  • Rhythmic Dictation – compound meter with beat division
Unit 3:
  • Triads – Major, minor, Augmented, diminished
  • Intervals – m2, M2, m3, M3, m6, M6, m7, M7 (class II only)
  • Melodic Dictation – simple or compound meter; within an 8ve; includes tonic triad skips; minor keys
  • Harmonic Dictation – seven chord progressions; tonic/dominant only; root position chords; major or minor
Unit 4:
  • Triads – Major, minor, Augmented, diminished; root position or 1st inversion
  • Intervals – up to P8 (identify/notate; melodic only)
  • Melodic Dictation – simple or compound meter; includes tonic and dominant triad skips; major or minor keys
  • Rhythmic Dictation – simple meter; beat subdivision
  • Harmonic Dictation – seven chord progressions; tonic, dominant, and pre-dominant; root position chords; major or minor keys

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