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Links 1 through 10 of 18 by Angela Alcorn tagged choir

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In short, teaching this skill follows along these general guidelines:
1. Familiarization with solfege.
2. Interval training and pitch memory exercises, and the use of guide tones.
3. Application of solfege syllables to music, with familiar and unfamiliar songs, first written and then at sight.
4. Introduction of altered syllables and minor mode (consider both do- and la-based minor: see below).
5. Mixed modes and modulation.
6. Sight-singing by interval alone (see below for details).

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Musicianship materials: Great Solfege learning tools, rhythm practise for all levels. Able to be printed and used for lessons.

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Loosely based in Eymet, Aquitaine. The ACFAA hosts events and classes for English speakers in Aquitaine. Membership is cheap. They hold regular meetings in Eymet. The society offers a model club, gardening group, social events and a choir. They have over 350 members. Contact Susan Blomley 05 53 93 98 54.

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