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Demonstrates the way in which art is central to the lives of Aboriginal people in maintaining their culture and expressing their laws and their history and their connection to the land. What happens when these forms of cultural expression are illegally reproduced and manufactured? How can we solve the problems with Western copyright law when it comes to Aboriginal art and the Aboriginal concept of ownership.
These exercises will improve your musical ability by developing a more intuitive understanding of what you hear. For best results, practice a little bit every day:
Intervals: In this exercise, you will hear two notes in sequence. Your goal is to identify the interval between the two notes.
Chords: In this exercise, you will hear a chord. Your goal is to identify the type of chord that you heard.
Scales: In this exercise, you will hear a scale. Your goal is to identify the name of the scale that you heard.
Chord Progressions: In this exercise, you will hear a chord progression. Your goal is to identify each chord that you heard.
Perfect Pitch: In this exercise, you will hear a single note. Your goal is to identify the name of the note.
Scale Degrees (functional): In this exercise, you will hear a short chord progression followed by a single note. You must identify the scale degree of that note relative to the key established by the chord progression.
Melodic Dictation: In this exercise, you will hear a short chord progression followed by a short melody. You must identify the major scale degree of each note in the melody.
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