This section includes some, but not all of the music contained within the methodology. From time to time new examples will be uploaded for your use.  The uploads will also include musical examples not found in the book. They can be used to illustrate a particular point of study or simply provide a reference as to what the song should sound like. These examples are under copyright and can only be used for the purposes of instruction.
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4. Example Ascending Leading Tone page 11.
1. Definition Leading Tones page 11.
2. Example Leading Tones Example D Wahine.
3. Leading Tones G Tuning.
5. Descending Leading Tones.
6. Example Descending Leading Tone page 11.
7. Compound Leading Tones.
8. Example Compound Leading Tones.
9. Simple Alternating Bass page 14.
10. Alberti Bass  page 14.
11. Habanera Bass  page 14.
12. Latin Bass  page 14.
13. `Olapa Bass  page 14.
14. Pedal Bass  page 14.
LEADING TONES
BASS ACCOMPANIMENT
Common Ipu Rhythms
15. Ipu Rhythm 1 -- page 15.
16. Ipu Rhythm 2 -- page 15.
17. Ipu Rhythm 3 -- page 15.
18. Ipu Rhythm 4 -- page 15.
19. Ipu Rhythm 5 -- page 15.
20. Ipu Rhythm 6 -- page 15.
SONGS
21. Hi`ilawe -- Example: Strophic form; pedal bass, kinetic patterns with habanera.
22. Hoea -- Example: Alternating bass and kinetic patterns page 48.
23. Salomila -- Example: Old style slack key page 50.
24. Mele 1 -- Example: Straight bass alternation page 51.
25. Mele 2 -- Example: Latin bass alternation page 52.
26. Old Tune -- Example: Jazz eighth notes (dotted eights) played over an Alberti bass page 58.

Textbook and guide to slack key
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