Everyone who has completed the first test with 5 tetrachords have received their results in their email inbox (I used online grading program called Flubaroo). An average grade was 7.66 out of 10 points. That's not bad as an overall result.
I hope it was fun for you to do this test (in case you missed it and would like to do it right now - click here - it will take just a few minutes). I have already received some feedback that this test wasn't very easy for some people. However, I believe everyone who completed it, could have benefited from the refreshment of these theoretical concepts.
So today I have taken one more step and created a second test with 5 tetrachords. This time it is longer and on this page you will see the picture with the melody in 10 measures.
All you will need to do is to find every tetrachord and select the correct answers from the list. Make sure you read the description of the assignement before taking this test.
I believe every person who knows musical notation is capable of doing it correctly. You will only have to check for half steps and whole steps (please double-check your answers for the best results).
I wish you good luck and the results will be ready in a few days when everyone will have had their chance to complete it.
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Don't have an organ at home?
Download paper manuals and pedals, print them out, cut the white spaces, tape the sheets together and you'll be ready to practice anywhere where is a desk and floor. Make sure you have a higher chair.