Passing and auxiliary chromatic

You can see the home “do(s)” at the top of each exercise (not necessarily the starting note, however). #1 – 9 includes fi and se only; #10 – 13 li and te are added; #14 – 15 si and le are added; #16 – 18 ri and me are added; from #19 anything is possible. This does not mean, however, that you see every available chromatic note in every exercise. I recommend that you write out all the possible accidentals in the given key, play and sing the scale before you listen to the sound file.

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