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Ear Training Course -For Beginners- #3

Ilse Lozoya, Music teacher and Online Educator

Ear Training Course -For Beginners- #3

Ilse Lozoya, Music teacher and Online Educator

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11 Lessons (27m)
    • 1. Introduction

    • 2. Exercise #1

    • 3. Exercise #2

    • 4. Exercise #3

    • 5. Exercise #4

    • 6. Exercise #5

    • 7. Exercise #6

    • 8. Exercise #7

    • 9. Exercise #8

    • 10. Exercise #9

    • 11. Exercise #10

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About This Class

This class is about your musical ear. How can you start developing you musical ear? If you are a music student, an amateur student or maybe you have been playing a musical instrument for several years, this class is for you.

This class is the number 3 in the Ear Training Series, for beginners, this class is dedicated to learn how to recognize the musical notes in our musical system, specifically, C, D, E, F notes. Through practical examples and downloadable material you will start waking up your musical ear.

Enroll in this class today and take action in a self paced, progressive and effective way.


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Ilse Lozoya

Music teacher and Online Educator



Hello Skillshare community!!

My name is Ilse Lozoya I am a pianist and educator, I love to teach online because I can share about music, piano, and education with student around the globe and I think this a wonderful thing in our days.

 My Skillshare classes are dedicated to music students, if you are a beginner or a advanced student I am pretty sure that you will find a class that can help you in your music journey, you will find classes basically about piano, music theory, ear training and education.

If you are a spanish speaker... Encontraras tambien clases en espa?ol!!




Here are the links to my classes:


        Piano Technique 1... See full profile

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1. Introduction: Hi. Welcome to this class. This class is the number three in the ear training Siri's. This glass is a part off ear training course. Well, why am I separating this in classes? Because developing a good musical ear and being able to recognize the notes. It's a long process, and I really want you to encourage you to go step by step, so to take the first class and then you go over all the exercises and then you go to the second class in this third class, you're going to keep developing your musical ear, and this is a very south paste course. I'm not going to tell you. Exactly. How did you need to practice? I can give you suggestions, but every person is different, and it doesn't matter if you are just a beginner. Or do you having practicing or playing any instrument for several years? Many in a intuitive wife? Well, this course is going to help. This class is going to guide you step by step in a very progressive way, so you can really being make sure that you are acquiring all the skills and necessary skills. This is not a kind of classes. You're going to learn how to recognize any song in five minutes, because I actually I don't believe that that it's possible, especially if you're a beginner. This glass is focusing on learning how to recognize. See the E. M E F. Notes. In the previous classes, we learn how to recognize CND, then see the and now see the n f notes. This a very progressive procedure. So that's why I separated this in classes. So jury can really go over and over each class practicing all the exercises because this glass have stent has 10 exercises a downloadable pdf and odd. If I said you can down know this well as part off your learning so you can be able to go over all this exercise is even off line. You can praying to the pdf e you want. My name is Susan Lasalla. I'm going to be your instructor in this class and very happy. I really, really happy to be able to share all this year training course, and I really hope that you can find this class very helpful. So enroll today and welcome 2. Exercise #1: We're now going to practice the exercise number one in this third class or third chapter off the your training course in the previous sections we practice See the N e wealth. Um, you note, in this class is the f note. I want to play see the E. If so, the next exercise past this notes, so pay attention. So think about the rhythmical values on the notes that I am playing. It's not that difficult, but be careful with the rhythmical values, especially three repetitions. Repetition number two Repetition number three Do you have the answer? Well, this is what I just play and then you note is right here. So f is actually played three efs in this exercise. But F goes exactly over the first line in this trouble Cliff. So I'm going to play this one more time. Please read while I am playing so you can really reinforce what you are listening. And so in that wager year, your musical year and you're visual memory. It's going to get trained. And this waas the exercise number, what would then you note 3. Exercise #2: exercise number two. The attention to the rhythmical figures were practicing. See the E N F. That can be a little bit tricky because there are some knows that are going to be repeated and so cold. You really do need to be attention to the rhythmical figures, which are the notes and the rhythmical values. Remember that you can go at your own pace and you can write down first the name of the notes, then the values. It's after you, and you can listen to this as many times as necessary. I'm going to repeat for you this tree times, but it's up to you how many times you need to be able to solve this exercise. Three repetitions. Repetition number two. Okay, repetition number Tree. Do you have the answer? Oh, I repeated three times the f note. So this is what I just play. I'm going to play this one more time. Please read while julissa what I'm playing or you can sing the notes. That's a very good idea. You can sink name, allow the name off the notes, and this is the exercise number two 4. Exercise #3: exercise number tree This exercise, we're going to practice not only in the city e f notes, but we are going to listen carefully to how it sounds when you go from F to see. So this is a a skip your This is an important terrible that you need to listen and memorize when you go to see two from C to F. So pay attention to the notes on the river because value street repetitions. Repetition number two repetition number tree So we have the answer already. Well, this is what I just played. We were Well, I just played this interval from F to see in the second and third measure. So I'm going to play this one more time. Please read the notes and you can name the notes allows if you want. And these WASI exercise number tree 5. Exercise #4: exercise number four Pay attention because this exercise besides practising F, which is a new note, has another in turn, Interesting intervals. So we are not on Lee going from C to F, but we can go to the other notes, so pay attention to the notes and of rhythmic values. Teoh three repetitions. Repetition number two Repetition number three So did you have? There were souls. We have the answers. So it is where I just play. Pay attention to the second measure and the third measure because we have this in terrible from C two e and them fruit See, too if I'm going to play this one more time and this is the exercise number four. 6. Exercise #5: exercise number five. Well, in this exercise, I have to tell your dad I think that you are going to find us Exercise not too difficult compared to the previous exercise bus. But please pay attention to the rhythmical values. If there is a note that is repeated and if you are writing quarter or half notes so I'm going to play this three times Repetition number two, repetition number tree. So the answer ISS this. Well, I just played four times. You have note. And no, there were no skips. I didn't excuse any note. So I'm going to play this one more time so you can read my five point. And this is a exercise number five. I hope that you have found this exercise a little bit easier than the previous ones. 7. Exercise #6: exercise number six. I hope that at this point you have being experimenting. A good improvement in your ear and your Michigan here. Take your time to go over all the exercises as many times as you want and down. Oh, the additional material. So it really you can take advantage of this process. I'm going to play the exercise number six. Pay attention to especially in Terrible. That is going to appear. Okay, notes are rhythmical values. Tree repetitions. Repetition number two, repetition number tree. They have the answer already. This is what I just play. I'm going to play this one more time and it was exercise number six. 8. Exercise #7: exercise number seven. In this exercise, I'm going to play C and F, and it's not that I'm telling you the answer, but I really want you to pay attention to the order off the notes because sometimes if I repeat a note that you can get confused if it's going down or op. So pay attention to these exercise notes. Every make of values. Three repetitions. Repetition number two Repetition number three And the answer is I repeated three times the F note. As you can see, I'm going to play this one more time. Please, reason me and this WASI exercise numbers. 9. Exercise #8: exercise Number eight Joe will find this exercise not very difficult. So pay attention to the notes and rhythmical values. Three repetitions. Competition number two Repetition number Tree. We have the answer already. It was not that difficult, right? You just have to pay attention to the change to the second measure. And this WASI exercise number eight. I'm going to play this one more time. Please release me the loss he exercised number eight. 10. Exercise #9: exercise number nine. Pay attention to the interval between C and F because there are a couple of them. So you pay attention. You can write down all the rhythmical figures. Sat appears ended that appearing this exercise. So see the e en. If notes pay attention to the notes under it because values treat repetitions. Repetition number two, repetition number three and the answer of this exercise to these exercise. Here it is. Be careful because we have disinter ball going from C to F a couple of times going to play this one more time. And something interesting appears in the last measure because after e, we go to see, we have f e c at the fourth measure in this exercise, and this is the exercise number nine. 11. Exercise #10: we're now at the exercise number 10. We are at the end of this section where we have been practicing the new notes F note. Well, take advantage off all the additional research is you can go over and over again. All the exercises and all the files. You can download everything you can pre into the pdf if you want. You can't just upload all the audience in your mobile device is up to you? Absolutely. But it's this a practical course. You really need to practice. Will this exercise says several times before you really start developing your musical year , and so do you really need to be patient and enjoy the journey? Asked us. I like that phrase because that's true. You need to enjoy every step that you take in your musical learning. Well, okay, I'm going to play the exercise number 10. Pay attention to the rhythmical values and the notes. Three. Repetitions Reputation number two, reputation number, tree And the answer to this last exercise is just be careful. Need to be careful at the third measure where I have December in terrible from sea to death . I'm going to play this one more time police breathe with me. And he's lost the last exercise in this chapter where we learned in practice the F note and the next class We're going to practice and you note that this Thank you, and please practice a lot.