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Tonal memory

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In music, tonal memory is the recollection of a previously sounded tone (Gorow 2002, p.35). It is an important skill that assists with staying in tune and is developed through ear training. Extensive tonal memory is often used as an indication of potential compositional ability (Haroutounian 2002, p.74).

Sources

  • Gorow, Ron (2002). Hearing and Writing Music: Professional Training for Today's Musician (2nd Edition). ISBN 0962949671.
  • Haroutounian, Joanne (2002). Kindling the Spark : Recognizing and Developing Musical Talent. ISBN 0195129482.

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