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EDUCATION DEPT.

COPYRIGHT, 1897
BY GINN & COMPANY

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

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H. Sattler. 102
Carl Gläser. 12
J. F. Reichardt. 101
Mozart. 36

H. Müller. 72
F. Adlam. 78
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Samuel Arnold. 118
H. Müller. 26
K. Kloss. 84

F. Schubert. 49

R. Franz. 114
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G. Federich. 96
E. Hermes. 46

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PREFACE TO THE FIFTH READER.

THE Fifth Reader of the Educational Music Course is a continuation and elaboration of the study of "Three-part Song" begun in the preceding volume.

Chapter I, Part First, is primarily intended for unchanged voices, but the lowest part may also be sung by the Bass voices which are frequently found in this grade.

Chapter II, which presents the subject of Modulation, offers further insight into practical harmonic and contrapuntal progressions, and should spur teachers and pupils alike to keen study of this deeply interesting element. While we have here a few more or less advanced examples in modulation, it should be borne in mind that simple modulations have been frequently met with in the preceding Readers, - even in the First Reader, where modulations to the nearest related keys were plainly suggested by the melodic tendency of the single-voice Songs and Studies.

In Chapter I, Part Second, which introduces the Bass Staff, the simplicity of the Bass in the progressive Two-part Exercises cannot but be appreciated by teachers who are familiar with the difficulties inherent in this (to the pupil) innovation.

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