Elementary Training for Musicians has 74 ratings and 5 reviews. (Schott). Originally published in the s, Paul Hindemith’s remakable textbooks are sti. Originally published in the s, Paul Hindemith’s remakable textbooks are still the outstanding works of their kind. In contrast to many musical textbooks. This is an absolutely fantastic book for helping with aural training. But you’re absolutely right, this small section is quite misleading.
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Elementary Training for Musicians
If only Hindemith had used ties Great point about the ties. Be the first to ask a question about Elementary Training for Musicians. In fact, for someone just getting started with learning about rhythm, elementarg next few examples are a little difficult to understand too, with it difficult to see the relationship between different note durations and numbers of beats: To ask other readers questions about Elementary Training for Musiciansplease sign traaining.
I highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to hone in on their music theory, especially in the rhythm part. Most of the time, the repertoire I am preparing for upcoming performances is more than enough to occupy my mental and musical faculties. This book by Lars Edlund is a classic of atonal, interval-based learning. Vasco elemengary it it was amazing May 24, As always, Hindemith is masterful and concise.
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Feb 01, Paul rated it it was amazing. Originally published in the s, Paul Hindemith’s remakable textbooks are still the outstanding works of their kind. But my favorite feature of the text is the way he forces a physical incorporation of the rhythmic concepts at hand with what he calls coordinated action. Robert rated it it was amazing Nov 09, Unlike the other two texts hinde,ith here, Hindemith focuses on tonal or at least diatonic sight-singing.
Which would seem to concur with my assessment of Hindemith’s proto-notation. Should be called Serious Training for Musicians. Post as a guest Name.
However, I am confused by his use of rhythmic proto-notation in the first chapter. I see I should’ve been clearer about what I saw as confusing in the examples above.
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I don’t think the connection would be too clear to a young student. However, when work comes in fits and starts, and I find myself without a project for a moment, I practice my musicianship skills. While not as substantial or encyclopedic in scope a book as Modus Novus, I find the exercises quite useful, and it is sold in low and high voice versions. Lists with This Book.
Open Preview See a Problem? But you’re absolutely right, this small section hindeemith quite misleading. Carl rated it it was amazing Apr 02, How does he get from the proto-notation to common rhythmic notation?
Hindemith precedes the exercises with the instruction “Tap or clap the rhythm as before but sing the tone only on the strokes connected by brackets. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Or am I reading this wrong? Wege zur Neuen Musik While not as substantial or encyclopedic in scope a book as Modus Novus, I find the exercises quite useful, and it is sold in low and high voice versions.
Or am I failing to understand some fundamental aspect of duration in rhythm?
And the unit in Exercise C a quarter-note? This is an absolutely fantastic book for helping with aural training.
Jan 25, Morris Nelms rated it it was amazing. Sequoyah Sugiyama rated it it was amazing Aug 12, I’ve highlighted the quarter notes of the first “la”: Sign up using Email and Password. Mehran rated it it was amazing Mar 19, He has the student beat out the vertical lines in a steady pulse while vocalizing the horizontal arches as “la”.
Don’t know what page of the PDF. Sign up using Facebook. To simplify this for you, I’ve written this out in standard notation both with tied examples and what they would be represented in whole, half, and quarter notes.
Elementary Training for Musicians (Hindemith, Paul)
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On the recommendation of a friend and Nadia BoulangerI am working through Hindemith’s “Elementary Training For Musicians”, with an eye to using a small selection of its exercises for some of my students.