Tasting Harmony is designed to teach your ear to focus on the sound of each individual chord tone while simultaneously hearing the full chord. This i...Click To Read More About This Product
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A revolutionary new approach to ear training
Tasting Harmony is designed to teach your ear to focus on the sound of each individual chord tone while simultaneously hearing the full chord. This is a new approach to ear-training, utilizing the concept of synesthesia; the mixing of the senses.
Tasting Harmony taps into the ability we all possess to discern the different flavors of food items and uses that ability to establish an emotional connection to your note choices by providing you with a harmonic menu of eighty-one different sounds played in all twelve keys¦that's nine hundred and seventy-two chords you'll hear and "taste" with each listening to the play-along CD.
The chord progression of every song represents a harmonic recipe created by the composer. Tasting Harmony allows you to fully stock your ear with the ingredients needed for each recipe, so you don't have to substitute water for cream when it's time to put those ingredients together to bake your harmonic creation.
Tasting Harmony was developed to provide a fun approach for all musicians who want to get involved with harmony on a deeper level in a direct and non-theoretical way. Sing and play along with vocalist Petra van Nuis and pianist Jeremy Kahn as they take you through a full menu of ear-enriching harmonic flavors.
For all musicians, available in Bb and Eb Editions
64 Pages + 1 Play-along CD with 81 Tracks.
Order today and bring your relative pitch mastery to a new level.
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This cookbook tasted flat.
I had often wondered whether a minor chord tasted better than a major chord. And especially how a smooth major 7th chord contrasted a spicy 7-sharp-9 chord. But alas, this is EAR training, not TASTE training. What good does it really do for me to identify major-minor 7th chord and double-augmented triads or know which set of changes to use the Fallopian mode in my solo. I'd rather know what kind of finish a diminished triad has when paired with a young pretentious merlot. I could take out the pots and pans and jam along i suppose...maybe I'll try that.
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