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1 Quia Tier 1 Quarter 1 Week 1

2 Pitch Definition: How high or low a note sounds

3 Beat Definition: The steady pulse in music

4 Beat Vs. Count BEAT is the steady pulse in music and COUNT is how we measure the beat in music.

5 Music Staff * A music staff has FIVE lines and FOUR spaces * A music staff is what the notes go on

6 Treble Clef This is a TREBLE CLEF. The treble clef indicates notes in a higher range.

7 Note Durations Note Name: Barred Eighth Note Note Duration: 1/2 (+) 1/2 = 1 Note Name: Flagged Eighth Note Note Duration: 1/2 count

8 Note Durations Note Name: Quarter Note Note Duration: 1 Count Note Name: Half Note Note Duration: 2 Counts

9 Note Durations Note Name: Dotted Half Note Note Duration: 3 Counts Note Name: Whole Note Note Duration: 4 Counts

10 Music Alphabet A B C D E F G The Music Alphabet consists of seven notes. Once you get to G you go back to A and repeat again.

11 Treble Clef Note Names D E F G A Middle C B C D E F

12 Top Space: E 2 nd Space: C 3 rd Space: A Bottom Space: F F A C E What do the letters of the spaces spell? Treble Clef Note Names

13 2 nd Line: D Bottom Line: E 3 rd Line: B 4 th Line: G Top Line: F E G B D F What is a saying we can use to remember the lines? Treble Clef Note Names

14 Quia Tier 1 Quarter 1 Week 2

15 Time Signatures Definition: Time signatures tell us how many beats per measure and what note gets the beat.

16 Top Number = How Many Beats per Measure Time Signatures Top Number = 4 = Top Number = 3 = Top Number = 95 = 4 Beats Per Measure 3 Beats Per Measure 95 Beats Per Measure

17 Time Signatures Bottom Number = What note gets the beat __1__ 4 __6__ 8 __2__ 2 Quarter NoteEighth NoteHalf Note

18 Common Time – Another way of writing a 4/4 time signature. It means the SAME as a 4/4 time signature does Time Signatures

19 = 4 Beats Per Measure = Quarter Note gets the Beat = 3 Beats Per Measure = Quarter Note gets the Beat

20 Time Signatures = 6 Beats Per Measure = Eighth Note gets the Beat = 9 Beats Per Measure = Eighth Note gets the Beat

21 Solfege Definition: A series of syllables that correspond to the notes of the scale

22 Solfege DO RE MI FA SOL LA TI DO

23 DO - CRE –MI –FA - SOL –LA -TI –DO- Solfege If C is “DO”…

24 DO - CRE – DMI – EFA – F SOL – GLA – ATI – BDO- C Solfege If C is “DO”…

25 Solfege DO RE MI FA SOL LA TI DO

26 DO - FRE –MI –FA - SOL –LA -TI –DO- Solfege If F is “DO”…

27 DO - FRE – GMI – AFA - B SOL – CLA - DTI – EDO- F Solfege If F is “DO”…

28 Solfege DO RE MI RE DO MI SOL LA SOL FA MI RE SOL DO

29 DO - GRE -MI -FA - SOL -LA -TI -DO- Solfege If G is “DO”…

30 DO - GRE – AMI – BFA - C SOL – DLA - ETI – FDO- G Solfege If G is “DO”…

31 Solfege DO MI SOL SOL MI DO TI LA SOL SOL LA TI DO

32 Major Scale Definition: A series of notes based on musical steps

33 Solfege for a Major Scale DO TI LA SOL FA MI RE DO

34 Quia Tier 1 Quarter 1 Week 3

35 Bar Line Definition: A vertical line used to separate music into measures

36 Measure Definition: area between bar lines that has notes and rhythms

37 Double Bar Line Definition: Two straight lines mark the end of a piece of music

38 Rhythm Definition: The patterns of long and short sounds and silence in music.

39 Rhythm Examples STEP 1: HOW MANY BEATS PER MEASURE? 4 4

40 Rhythm Examples STEP 2: WHAT NOTE GETS THE BEAT? Quarter Note

41 Rhythm Examples STEP 3: ALWAYS START WITH 1 1

42 Rhythm Examples STEP 4: FILL IN THE REST OF THE COUNTS A plus sign (+) will be used for the second half of the beat

43 Rhythm Examples For these rhythms, you must have four full counts in every example _3 4 + An underscore (_) will be used when notes receive more than one count

44 Rhythm Examples 1_2_3 4 1_2_3_4 1_2_3 4 1_2 3_4 A space will go between counts for new notes

45 Rhythm Examples 1_2_ _4

46 Rhythm Fill in the Blank What notes will complete the following measures? Write in the note name Quarter Note Half Note Whole Note

47 Quia Tier 1 Quarter 1 Week 4

48 Rests Definition: A rest is a time in the music when no singing or playing occurs

49 Rest Types Rest Name: Eighth Rest Rest Duration: 1/2 count Rest Name: Quarter Rest Rest Duration: 1 count

50 Rest Types Rest Name: Half Rest Rest Duration: 2 counts Rest Name: Whole Rest Rest Duration: 4 counts

51 Rhythm and Rests Remember to check your time signatures! (3) + 4 (1) 2_3_4 Parentheses go around rest counts to indicate silence

52 1_2_3 4 + (1_2_3_4) Rhythm and Rests

53 1 + (2_3) 4 + 1_2_3 (4) +

54 Rhythm Fill in the Blank What rest would complete the following measures? Quarter Rest Half Rest Whole Rest

55 DO - ERE –MI –FA - SOL –LA -TI –DO- Solfege If E is “DO”…

56 DO – ERE – FMI – GFA – A SOL – BLA – CTI – DDO- E Solfege If E is “DO”…

57 Solfege DO SOL DO SOL MI RE DO MI FA SOL LA TI DO

58 DO - ARE –MI –FA - SOL –LA -TI –DO- Solfege If A is “DO”…

59 DO - ARE – BMI – CFA - D SOL – ELA - FTI – GDO- A Solfege If A is “DO”…

60 Solfege RE RE DO RE MI FA SOL SOL FA MI RE DO SOL DO

61 DO - FRE –MI –FA - SOL –LA -TI –DO- Solfege If F is “DO”…

62 DO - FRE – GMI – AFA - B SOL – CLA - DTI – EDO- F Solfege If F is “DO”…

63 Solfege DO RE MI RE DO MI SOL LA SOL FA MI RE SOL DO

64 Quia Tier 1 Quarter 1 Week 5

65 Triad Definition: A chord of three notes each a third apart

66 Major Triad Root: DO Third: MI Fifth: SOL

67 Minor Triad Root: LA Third: DO Fifth: MI

68 Quia Tier 1 Quarter 1 Week 6

69 Dynamics Definition: How loud or soft you sing There are different symbols and words for different dynamic levels.

70 English Word Very Loud/Strong Loud/Strong Medium Loud/Strong Medium Soft Soft Very Soft Gradually get louder Gradually get softer Italian Word Fortissimo Forte Mezzo Forte Mezzo Piano Piano Pianissimo Crescendo Decrescendo Dynamics

71 English Word Very Loud/Strong Loud/Strong Medium Loud/Strong Medium Soft Soft Very Soft Gradually get louder Gradually get softer Symbol ff f mf mp p pp < > Dynamics

72 Unison Definition: When everyone is singing the same thing at the same time Example: The choir began the song singing in unison.

73 Harmony Definition: When different voice parts are singing different rhythms or notes at the same time Example: The song the director gave the ensemble required the choir to sing in harmony.


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