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The main purposes of this study were to test music majors' abilities to harmonize notated melodies and recorded melodies with chord symbols, and to perform harmonic accompaniments to recorded melodies;

The main purposes of this study were to test music majors' abilities to harmonize notated melodies and recorded melodies with chord symbols, and to perform harmonic accompaniments to recorded melodies; measure the effectiveness of a harmonic audiation and performance training program; and measure the predictive power of eight independent variables on harmonic audiation and performance skills. Six subtests were administered in a pre-post design to 45 instrumental music education majors, 22 of whom received training via the taped training program in the interim.

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    Humphreys, Jere T. "Measurement, Prediction, and Training of Harmonic Audiation and Performance Skills." Journal of Research in Music Education 34, no. 3 (Fall 1986): 192-99.

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