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Buy the 32 Ear-Training Music Lessons at the GooglePlay Store:

Learn here HOW TO PRACTICE The 32 Ear-Training Lessons, masterfully prepared by Juilliard Graduate David Livianu. Questions? [email protected]

Welcome to The Global Music Education Initiative!
Learning Music Starts with Singing and Dedicated Practice Makes Perfect

Hello Everyone, this is David Livianu. The mission of The Global Music Education Initiative is to Make It Easy To Learn Music for millions of children around the world who lack access to quality music education training and manuals. THIS is my contribution to helping young artists.

Any well respected and accomplished artist, {musician, dancer, singer or actor} needs an extraordinary well developed musical ear. The only way to succeed is to prepare seriously and practice quality exercises that will bring to fruition this important and vital skill, whether you are a singer or play an instrument.

The goal of this work is to bridge the educational gap between elite music academies and regular schools and accelerate the learning process for any young artist who is seriously interested in developing a professional musical ear and understand music.

The 1st audio educational resource is “Volume 1, 32 Lessons for Ear-Training with Solfege in 15 Major and 15 minor Scales”. This is a collection of 32 lessons, 7 parts each, with theoretical and practical exercises.

There are 14 tracks in each lesson.
A total of 448 tracks, 32 hours long. Each manual has 76 pages.
The required expertise is moderate.
The basic principle for developing a professional musical ear is: LISTEN, SING REPEAT!
This means that as you follow along the audio tracks, and read the music manual, you should listen intently to the musical example, then repeat it yourself by singing it, and keep repeating this process throughout the lesson.

Practice one lesson for 6 days in a row, then rest 1 day, and repeat the process for the next 31 lessons, 31 weeks. The SEVEN SINGING parts in each lesson are about 30 minutes long. You can practice any audio track, as many times as you need to.
The Ear-Training exercises are rooted in the Italian and French traditions of learning music with Solfege; it means, singing the 7 notes with Do Re Mi Fa Sol La Si Do.
This is the established music teaching method in European, Latin American and Asian schools for the past 150 years. I am firmly convinced that it is the most successful and efficient method for developing a professional musical ear.
You can also use the alphabet method with ABCDEFGA, normally reserved for harmonic shorthand, though the results will be different.
The Livianu method advocates only the use of the fixed do approach, where each note has a unique and non-interchangeable name.

You do not need to sing the names of the sharps and flats, as the altered notes are intimated through intonation. I am confident that preparation, passion and quality music training will bring joy and success to young children around the world, using my simple exercises.
Anywhere! Anytime!
When download any of the 32 lessons as an audio album, you will receive a free copy of the corresponding music manual for that lesson, in printable PDF format, 76 pages. Send an e-mail to [email protected]

Listening to this material and practicing seriously along with the music manual, will help you develop a professional musical ear and learn music theory.
These practical exercises are the true foundation for developing a professional musical ear, including the theoretical knowledge about scales, intervals, triads, seventh chords and ninth chords, which are the precursors of learning harmony and counterpoint.

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