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2 Tia Renee’ Rucker Click home button to continue

3 Home Menu Click the music note button to proceed Click the back button to review Click the help button to return to the home menu Click the information button to return to the table of contents *if content is missing press the enter button

4 Table of Contents for iPlay Musical notes Let’s Practice! Part 1 Musical Intervals Let’s Practice! Part 2 Ready to Take the Quiz?

5 Table of Contents iSing Voice Parts Vocal Dynamics Lets Practice! Ready to take the quiz

6 iPlay What is the whole note you ask? The whole note has a beat of four times and four measure. It equals one whole note. Look at the picture above.

7 iPlay What is the half note? The half note is played for half of the duration of a whole note. The half note is displayed as 2 beats and 4 measures. Look at the picture above.

8 iPlay What is the quarter note? The quarter note is played for a quarter duration of the time. Quarter notes have a beat of 1 times and 4 measures

9 iPlay And at some point we rest Zzzzzzz In a piece of music there comes a rest where the music completely stops. There are 9 rests but we will only focus on the one that corresponds with 1 beat of rest and 4 measures the quarter note.

10 Let’s Practice How long does this note play for? Directions: THINK to yourself. How long is the beat for each note?

11 Were you Correct?

12 iPlay What is a interval? An interval is the distance between two notes. We will discuss five major intervals that are popular to music Minor (m) Minor (m) Major (M) Major (M) Perfect (P) Perfect (P) Augmented (A) Augmented (A) Diminished (d) Diminished (d)

13 iPlay Something to Think About…….. Stormy WeatherMinor 2nd Happy BirthdayMajor 2nd Here Comes the BridePerfect 4th Star WarsPerfect 5th NBC themeMajor 6th Somewhere Over the Rainbow Octave Every interval is associated with a song. This tip should help you remember the position of the interval on the scale and the sound each makes. Check out this video!

14 iPlay What is a minor Often referred to as diminished, the minor note is referred to as the flat note which is one half step. There are four minors.

15 iPlay What is the major Intervals come from the Major scale. When you raise a diminished minor a half step it becomes a major.

16 iPlay What is the “Perfect” Interval The “P” represents perfect in the interval and expresses the quality of the interval. The number is the distance between two notes. There are four perfect intervals: 1,4,5,8.

17 iPlay What is the Augmented interval? If an interval is a half step larger than a perfect or a major interval it is called a augmented interval. There are 5 augmented intervals.

18 iPlay What is the Diminished interval? If an interval is a half step smaller than a perfect or minor interval it is called the diminished interval

19 Let’s Practice Silently rehearse each song. Which interval corresponds with each song? Happy Birthday Here Comes the Bride Star Wars NBC Theme Somewhere Over the Rainbow Stormy Weather

20 iPlay Here are the Answers! Were you Correct? Happy BirthdayMajor 2th Here Comes the BridePerfect 4 th Star WarsPerfect 5 th NBC ThemeMajor 6 th Somewhere Over the RainbowOctave Stormy WeatherMinor 2 nd

21 Quiz Time Quiz Directions: Answer the questions to the best of your knowledge. You must complete all of the questions correctly in order to move on to the next one. TIP: Use the hints to assist you Start the quiz

22 Question #1 What note is this  a)Whole noteWhole note b)Half noteHalf note c)Quarter noteQuarter note d)RestRest

23 Sorry  Try Again Think about what the word “rest” means and its actual meaning with music HINT!: Think about what the word “rest” means and its actual meaning with music

24 Excellent! Continue?

25 Question # 2 What note is this  a)Whole noteWhole note b)Half noteHalf note c)Quarter noteQuarter note d)RestRest

26 Sorry! Try Again  HINT!: Think about how much a whole really is?

27 Correct! Continue

28 Question # 3 What note is this  a)Whole noteWhole note b)Half noteHalf note c)Quarter noteQuarter note d)RestRest

29 Sorry  Try Again Think about numbers. How many beats does this note have? HINT!: Think about numbers. How many beats does this note have?

30 Great! Continue

31 Question # 4 What note is this  a)Whole noteWhole note b)Half noteHalf note c)Quarter noteQuarter note d)RestRest

32 Super! Continue

33 Try Again  Think about how many beats this note ha s HINT!: Think about how many beats this note ha s

34 Question # 5 The Star Wars theme is associated with which interval a)M6M6 b)M3M3 c)P5P5

35 Try Again  Think about the music patterns in each song HINT! : Think about the music patterns in each song

36 Excellent Continue

37 Question #6 The NBC Theme is associated with what interval? a)M3M3 b)M6M6 c)M7M7

38 Try Again  Think about the music patterns in each song HINT! : Think about the music patterns in each song

39 Great Continue

40 GREAT JOB! You have successfully completed the iPlay So you think you know music section. What would you like to do? Review? Go to Home menu?

41 iSing There are four major voice parts to singing Soprano Alto Tenor Bass

42 iSing The soprano takes the highest part in a piece of music which is in the falsetto voice. Usually this part in a piece of music is the melody. What singer do you think has a soprano voice?

43 iSing The alto part is he second highest voice part in the 4 part chorus. The alto is usually known to be flexible with the other three voice parts meaning the alto can take the role of any of the three voice parts. What famous artist do you think has a alto voice?

44 iSing The tenor voice is particularly the male voice part in the chorus which is the highest male part. The tenor usually has the melody in the male part. What famous artist do you think has a tenor voice?

45 iSing The bass possess the lowest vocal range of all voice types. It is the lowest demanded voice part and usually shakes the sound of the chorus making it sound more powerful and strong. What famous artist do you think has a bass voice?

46 iSing There are several different categories of dynamics but we will only focus on 4 specific ones in this lesson

47 iSing Forte is the Loud of a voice part Fortissimo is the very LOUD of a voice part

48 iSing Choral instructors often use the term “crescendo” and “decrescendo” to signify the uniqueness of the voice.

49 iSing Crescendo is the increase in sound from a particular singer or piece of music Decrescendo is the decrease in sound from a particular singer or piece of music

50 Lets Practice! Out of these artists distinguish the voice parts of each soprano, alto, tenor or bass  Sade  Deep Voice Guy  Beyoncé’  Male voice

51 Quiz Time!! Select the correct answer to each one of the questions. You must get a five out five score to continue through the lesson. If incorrect you will have time to review that section Take your time and do your best

52 Question #1 What voice part is the lowest of the male range? a)Alto b)Tenor c)Bass d)Soprano

53 Question # 2 Which female voice part particularly takes the melody of a song? a)Alto b)Soprano c)Tenor d)Bass

54 Question #3 What voice part is the most flexible in a chorus? a)Tenor b)Bass c)Soprano d)Alto

55 Question # 4 Which voice part is the highest of the male voice parts? a)Tenor b)Soprano c)Bass d)Alto

56 Sorry Try Again  Would you like to review this section? YES NO

57 GREAT JOB! You have completed the iSing section of So you think you know music! What do you want to do now? Review? Exit?


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