Every time you complete a session of ear training, fill out THIS SURVEY to give Mr. Mabrey a record of your time.
Ear Training times will be recorded weekly in the grade book. Make sure you submit your times in the survey above or you will not receive credit.
Try some of these as you hone your skills.
Practice 3-note motifs --> Click Here
Melodic Dictation Practice at Teoria ---> Click Here
These are the ones we started at school. Continue on your own by Clicking Here
AP Central has Free-Response Questions from the past 10+ years. Go there and practice what you can.
Sample AP Exam Question for Harmonic Dictation ...
Soon we will do Harmonic Dictation using GMajorMusicTheor.org
Ear training is the key to success in Music Theory. Students should do this regularly to find success.
At school we will be using Auralia and Musition as training and testing software for Ear Training/Music Dictation, and necessary theory lessons.
Here are some websites to help you practice your ear training.
AP Theory will require a good working knowledge of music theory, such as reading in all clefs (treble, bass, alto, tenor), modes, rhythms, chord progressions, voice leadings, reading figured bass, etc. Here you'll find links to helpful websites for preparing for the course work.