You and your ear -- it's the start of a very beautiful relationship.
the Language of Music -- BY EAR
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language of music is PITCH.
as a child first begins to learn his or her native
language by ear, every musician must learn the language
of music -- pitch -- BY EAR.
EAR is the key to all your talents. Why? Because music
is a HEARING art. The more FLUENTLY you master the
language of music -- BY EAR -- the more your talents
will unfold from within you.
Pitch is your PERSONAL COMMAND of the musical
language -- your ability to understand what you hear,
including all the various chords and pitch
relationships that are used to create music.
Pitch enlivens the artistic intelligence within
you. You gain practical skills that enable you to:
by ear and improvise
what you hear
with perfect intonation
your sense of music appreciation
tune-up empowers all your talents to rise to their
Pitch gives you the right tools for the job --
to create music that goes straight to the heart of
Burge: In a nutshell, you have changed my
life. You have given me knowledge which
I never thought I could have nor even thought
I needed. Your course covers a phenomenal
amount of material in very logical manner
and gives the participant the desired result: established Relative Pitch. (J.G., Whitehouse Station, New Jersey) more quotes
at last is everything
you need to hear and create music like a professional
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