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MUSIC. Three hours allowed for this and the School MANAGEMENT Paper.

The Tonic Sol-fa questions are printed in Italic. Candidates must keep

entirely to one set of questions or the other. They are not permitted to answer more than FOUR questions.

1. Write over each of the following notes its pitch name (A, B, Do, Re, or other); under it, its duration name (Crotchet, Quaver, or other); and after it, its corresponding rest.

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1. Write OVER each of the following notes its name with regard to its position in the scale, third, fifth, (... other; and UNDER each the time names for notes and rests.

Key C.

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ni: 2. Write the scale of D, or Re, placing a sharp immediately before every note requiring one, and marking the places of the semitones.

2. Give an example of transition of two removes.

3. Write over each of the following pairs of notes the name and quality (major third, perfect

fourth, or other) of the interval it forms.

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3. Write over each of the following pairs of notes the name and quality (major third, perfect

fourth, or other ) of the interval it forms.

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4. Write over each of the following, the name of the major scale or key, and under each the name of the minor scale or key, of which it is the signature.

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4. Write the names of the respective Dohs when La is G, F sharp, B, C and D, and the names of the Lahs in Keys B flat, A, D, E flat, and F.

5. Write, in a, a measure of C time; in b, al measure of time; and, in c, a measure of f time, introducing at least one rest in each.

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5. Write short phrases in four-pulse measure, in threepulse measure, and in six-pulse measure, in either

primary or secondary forms; each phrase to contain at least one silent pulse.

6. Write the scale of D minor descending and ascending.

6. Write the minor scale ascending and descending in all the forms with which you are acquainted.

Directions for the Examination, by the Musical Instructor of each College, of Candidates

in Practical Skill. (See first Schedule to New Code).

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Not more than three Candidates at a time should be admitted to the room in which this part of the Examination is conducted. Each Candidate is to be examined separately.

The Examiner will require a Pianoforte or Harmonium; he will take care that each Candidate under examination is out of sight of the keys.

The Examiner will sound the note

then play, or sing

to the vowel AA, slowly and softly, any one of the passages marked A, any one marked B, and any one marked C; calling upon the Candidate, after each has been played or sung, not more than three times, to name the notes (Do, Re, C, D, or other) of which it is composed. Or,

The Examiner will himself name the notes of which any one of the passages is composed (taking care to use such names as the Candidate is acquainted with), calling upon the Candidate to sing it.

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The passages marked B are more difficult than those marked A; those marked C more difficult than those marked B.

The Examiner should avoid testing two successive Candidates with the same passages.

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The Examiner, beating time, will sol-fa, or recite without musical intonation, any one of the measures marked A, and then any one marked B; calling upon the Candidate, after each has been so sol-faed or recited, not more than three times, to give the Duration names (Crotchet, Quaver, or other) of the notes composing it. Or, The Examiner will himself give the Duration Names of which any measure is composed, and call upon the Candidate to sol-fa or recite it.

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In classifying the Candidates, credit should be given to readiness as well as to acouracy, in answering to the tests.

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