Ear Training Exercises Practical Guide



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Ear Training Exercises

Ear Training Exercises are plentiful but not always helpful to your goal. You will find many ideas for ear training exercises in the pull down menu for this section of the website.  There is a lot of helpful information found on these pages. Here are some quick links to these pages:

These pages will give you a very good idea on what is involved with learning ear training. They will also help you see some of the exercises that will help and hurt your progress.

Untangling the Web

It is hard for a student seeking a good ear training education to find their way on the web.  So many websites promising amazing results in a day or two.  Ear Training takes dedication and your ability certainly won’t change in a day or two no matter what ear training process you try.  The most important thing is to find an ear training process that works.  Form a practice schedule that you stick to every day.  Have a positive attitude about your ear training study and again the most importantly thing is to remain consistent in your practice.

Books on Ear Training

I have dedicated a good part of the last 40 years writing books on music education.  This is mostly because I find so many books that teach you the wrong information or don’t give you the entire picture concerning a topic or method.  You can check out here. I also have blog on ear training that you can read here.

The Historic Precedents Of  This Kind Of Music Education

You might enjoy checking out the “Music Education Genealogy Chart” located on my artist’s site. You will clearly see the historic progression of pedagogy that is the basis for Muse Eek Publishing Products. Great musicians throughout history have been studying the ideas presented by Muse-eek.com which derives its content from a  a lineage that stretches back to Scarlatti!

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