Erin Paul, Author at EasyEarTraining.com

Erin Paul

Erin A. Paul is currently freelancing in the New York City metro area and on Broadway. In addition to performance activities, Erin is on faculty at the Borough of Manhattan Community College (CUNY) and teaches privately. Erin is the New Jersey Representative for the International Horn Society.

A Connecticut native, Erin earned her bachelor's degree from the Hartt School of Music in music history and horn performance and her Master of Music degree in horn performance from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in 2012.

In 2012-2013 Erin played with the Sarajevo Philharmonic orchestra, supporting the Bosnian National Theater and performing symphonic repertoire, opera and ballet throughout the season. You can read more about Erin's experiences in Sarajevo and beyond on her blog, "Horn in Real Life".

Erin is a firm believer in the importance of ear training. She was trained in the Kodály tradition, and has taught ear training and solfège at the University of Nevada.

 

By Erin Paul:

And Three Makes Triad: Hearing Chords With Solfege

And Three Makes Triad: Hearing Chords With Solfege

Triads are the basic form of chords, and can be combined to create harmonies and harmonic progressions. Learning to distinguish between different types of chords is immensely beneficial for improvising and hearing backing harmonies. What is a Triad? Previously, we...
Five Notes Will Change Your Life: Pentatonic Scales

Five Notes Will Change Your Life: Pentatonic Scales

In this series so far, we’re covered the basics of finding do and applying solfege syllables in a given key, as well as singing and hearing intervals. Now we will look at the pentatonic scale, and see how this particular set of intervals can help us recognize...
The Space Between: Hearing and Singing Intervals

The Space Between: Hearing and Singing Intervals

Now that we’ve learned some of the basic principals of solfege syllables and how to determine the tonic, let’s discuss intervals. Recognizing the distinct sound of different intervals and being able to sing them back accurately in solfege will go a long...

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