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I know this concept has been beaten to death. But, I am working on my harmonic dictation and cannot find any online practice. I found Teoria's harmonic progression. That helps me to identify what the chords are being played in my dictation. Does anyone know where to find practice online for that?

My biggest issue in dictations is I learn and sing the different patterns my teacher gives us separately. But, it is hard for me to recognize it in context most of the time. So, in the book, I will do the sequences (Do Mi So, Do Mi La, etc). How do I begin to recognize those patterns in a dictation?

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  • "I found Teoria's harmonic progression. That helps me to identify what the chords are being played in my dictation. Does anyone know where to find practice online for that?" If memory serves, Teoria contains many different exercises for ear-training. Does it not offer one for identifying harmonic progressions by ear? Or is this question asking about how to get better at that skill? – user45266 Apr 6 at 7:33
  • Why not use any melody that you can listen to? Write the intervals as they come. Start with 'Happy Birthday' for example. – Tim Apr 6 at 8:15
  • @user45266 the teoria doesn't have specifically harmonic dictations like I am doing in class. In class, it is more about the chords and then having to notate them in choral style. – Dylan Cataldo Apr 6 at 15:13

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