"faster than I answering your posts"
Please don't feel that you have to answer my posts quickly.
"Can you sing C major by one syllable. Ah, Oh, Uh? Do you remember the pattern and inner intervals between the scale degrees?"
Yes. I know the "sound" of the major key, confidently. I can sing the major and minor scales, thinking do-ra...te-do, or la-te...so,la. I can, slowly, play a major or minor scale starting any where on the keyboard the same way.
"Imagine... For some reason file came out as fast."
Yes, it played fast. I put it in the "Beatles" file for later. There is a key change that I didn't understand, so I need to listen to the original while looking at the score.
"Can you try R1H, L1H and P1H?"
"The next steps will be playing with TEACHING VIDEOS"
I wanted to get to practising all the "Favorite Classics 1", but I will look at your teaching videos. I wanted to get a bit farther along before sending you a video. I'm only getting in a 20 minute practice session every second day.
I have your suggestions how to progress in an earlier email, and the lesson plan on the web site too.
Thanks for the responses!
I did read your book, but thought you might be interested in additional reports of perfect pitch in tonal languages, and successes in teaching it.
Interesting, you mean trying the "Guess Key" drill without the note names in either ABC or DoRaMe, with the screen turned off, just by sound? I will try that later this evening. I'm only getting in ~15 minutes per day, pressure of my research. But that sounds like fun.