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2 Modulation Know: How to modulate in music Understand: How scales relate to modulation Be able to: Compose using 3 types of modulation

3 Perform Whole lotta love (below) Listen to: Whole lotta love (Image below) BDBDEEE E E E EE E E EE E E EE E E EE E E EE E E

4 E………………EE………………EE………………EE………………E T one T one S emi T one T one T one T one S emi T one IiiiiiIVVviVIIVIII Tonic SupertonicMediant Sub dominant Dominant Sub-mediant Relative minor Leading toneOctave Decode: The key of E major – Why? Look at Whole lotta love. EF#G#ABC#D#E

5 Whoa! Were half way there… Listen to this song - whats the difference between the two times you hear those words? Thats modulation! Now some up modulation in a sentence. Listen to: Living on a prayer (Image below) Question: How many times does Beyonce modulate?

6 TASK: Roman numeral Whole lotta love. BDBDEEE E E E EE E E EE E E EE E E EE E E EE E E EF#G#ABC#D#EEF#G#ABC#D#EEF#G#ABC#D#EEF#G#ABC#D#E T one T one S emi T one T one T one T one S emi T one IiiiiiIVVviVIIVIII Tonic SupertonicMediant Sub dominant Dominant Sub-mediant Relative minor Leading toneOctave Numerals B = … D = … E = …

7 GCSE coursework and listening exam For your listening exam and your coursework AQA expect you to be able to aurally detect 3 types of modulation: 1.Modulate to the Dominant – When a piece of music changes to the key of the 5 th chord. 2.Modulate to the Sub-Dominant - When a piece of music changes to the key of the 4 th chord. 3.Modulate to the Relative minor - When a piece of music changes to the key of the 6 th chord.

8 TASK: Modulate to the Dominant. (In E whats the dominant?) B………………BB………………BB………………BB………………B T one T one S emi T one T one T one T one S emi T one IiiiiiIVVviVIIVIII Tonic SupertonicMediant Sub dominant Dominant Sub-mediant Relative minor Leading toneOctave TASK: Play 2 bars of Whole lotta love in E then 2 bars modulated to B TIP: Use the Roman numerals from the previous task Numerals V = … VIIb = … I = … BC#D#EF#G#A#B F# A B

9 TASK: Modulate to the Dominant. (In E whats the dominant?) BC#D#EF#G#A#BBC#D#EF#G#A#BBC#D#EF#G#A#BBC#D#EF#G#A#B T one T one S emi T one T one T one T one S emi T one IiiiiiIVVviVIIVIII Tonic SupertonicMediant Sub dominant Dominant Sub-mediant Relative minor Leading toneOctave TASK: Play 2 bars of Whole lotta love in E then 2 bars modulated to B TIP: Use the Roman numerals from the previous task Numerals V = F# VIIb = A I = B

10 TASK: Modulate to the Sub dominant. (In E whats the dominant?) ABC#DEF#G#AABC#DEF#G#AABC#DEF#G#AABC#DEF#G#A T one T one S emi T one T one T one T one S emi T one IiiiiiIVVviVIIVIII Tonic SupertonicMediant Sub dominant Dominant Sub-mediant Relative minor Leading toneOctave TASK: Play 2 bars of Whole lotta love in E then 2 bars modulated to A TIP: Use the Roman numerals from the previous task Numerals V = E VIIb = G I = A

11 TASK: Modulate to the Relative Minor. (In E whats the dominant?) C # D#FF#G#A#CC # T one T one S emi T one T one T one T one S emi T one IiiiiiIVVviVIIVIII Tonic SupertonicMediant Sub dominant Dominant Sub-mediant Relative minor Leading toneOctave TASK: Play 2 bars of Whole lotta love in E then 2 bars modulated to C# TIP: Use the Roman numerals from the previous task Numerals V = G# VIIb = B I = C#

12 This song is a perfect example of modulation, It starts in the Key of F and then moves to Bb. QUESTION: How is Bb relevant to the key of F? QUESTION: Johnny moves from Bb to Eb- how are they related? QUESTION: Johnny then goes back to Bb- relation? ANALYSE: Walk the line – Johnny Cash

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14 TASK 1: Compose your own 4 note riff (single line melody) F………………FF………………FF………………FF………………F T one T one S emi T one T one T one T one S emi T one IiiiiiIVVviVIIVIII Tonic SupertonicMediant Sub dominant Dominant Sub-mediant Relative minor Leading toneOctave TASK 2: Modulate to the dominant TASK 3: Modulate to the relative minor FGABbCDEF

15 Added vocals!! Modulate twice nice and smoothly Modulate once without conviction Play 4 chords or riff Can play in time with group COMPOSITION: SELF ASSESSMENT


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