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Anyone familiar with Music terminology could do this test in order to gain some elementary grasp of Applied Aesthetics as a subject. However, only Advanced Exact Music Theory Graduates are entitled to scholarship eligibility upon passing it succesfully.

Exact Music Theory Graduates passing this test successfully are awarded the:

Applied Aesthetics Scholarship Certificate.
Anyone passing this test successfully is awarded the:

Applied Aesthetics Elementary Terminology Certificate.
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STEP 1. Study the definition of MUSIC, definitions: 1. and 2.


STEP 2. Considering Music as a "language", write a small essay titled:

"Teaching to a baby a "language" by starting with reading and writing it."

Expand on the following question:

How does such a practice relates to those "Music Schools" that take up reading and writting Music as the very first subjects they teach about Music?

(Use the form below to submit your essay.)

STEP 3. Study the definition of MUSIC THEORY.




STEP 5. Write a small essay titled:

"How would knowing WHY a certain example functions as an ending would benefit a student?"

(Use the form below to submit your essay.)

STEP 6. Study the definition of EXACT MUSIC THEORY. definitions: 1. and 2.


STEP 7. Study the definition of APPLIED AESTHETICS, definitions: 1. and 4.


STEP 8. Study the definition of EXACT MUSIC THEORY. definition: 3.


STEP 9. Study the definition of SYMMETRY.


STEP 10. Study the EXAMPLES of SYMMETRY. Write or paste your answers to each question posed after each "SYMMETRY EXAMPLE" in the text box below and send them in:


STEP 11. Give in the form below at least 4 different examples of your own about how the principle of Symmetry is used in Music.

STEP 12. Study the definition of the APPLIED AESTHETICS SYMBOL.


STEP 13. Study the definition of MUSIC, definition: 3.


STEP 14. Study the definition of GRADUAL GAMUT.




STEP 16. Study the definition of REFERENCE TONE.


STEP 17.
Write a small essay describing a simple GRADUAL GAMUT of your own devise. State the Tone property or principle which you used to construct your Gamut. State the Reference Tone and array the Tones of your Gamut numbering them to denote their order in the Gamut. Paste your work in the text box below and send it in:

STEP 18. Study the definition of APPLIED AESTHETICS, definition: 2.


STEP 19. Study the definition of TASTE.


STEP 20. Study the definition of APPLIED AESTHETICS, definition: 3.



According to everything that you studied here, answer the following questions:

1. "How could a Gradual Gamut help you with your Music?"

2. "Define the Gradual Gamuts that would be extremely desired tools for you?"

3. "Give an example of Gradual Gamut use in at least two of the following Music activities:"

Appreciating, Learning, Studying, Practicing, Performing, Arranging, Composing, Improvising.

4. "Why, according to your opinion, Applied Aesthetics does NOT include any study of taste?"

5. "Can anyone claim that his personal taste is "law" for any Art form?"

6. "What would be the benefits of a Music Theory not based on a certain genre, but based on laws of Human Hearing and Acoustics?"

Use a plain text editor such as Notepad to work with these questions and type your answers. Once finished paste the text to the form below to send your answers. Attaching additional files such as diagrams, midi files, or personal recordings you personally produced to better illustrate your point is _highly_ comendable:

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