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1  You will need your packets, a pen or pencil, and your typed rough draft  Make sure you have 2 peers review your rough drafts today – make sure they give complete and thoughtful answers to the revision sheets – it will reflect in your grade, not theirs if they do not  Use your peers’ responses to mark the rough draft for revisions you will make with your final draft  Final drafts will be typed on the 26 th and 27 th in the library – all parts of this writing will be due at the end of class on the 27 th  Celly – if you’re interested – to – or use the app to find me

2  You will need your binder and a pen or pencil  Get a sheet of paper ready for Cornell style notes  Celly – if you’re interested – to – or use the app to find me

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4  Sometimes referred to as being “off-beat”  Can be used to make a song feel surprising, uncertain, exciting, or just more interesting  The type of syncopation can be used to identify the type of music (ex. Ragtime, jazz, swing, big band)

5  Gaks Gaks

6  Accelerando – if the music speeds up  Rallentando or Ritardando – if the music slows down  Largo – slow and broad  Adagio – slow  Andante – “walking”, a medium slow tempo  Moderato – moderate or medium  Allegro – Fast  Vivo (or Vivace) – lively and brisk  Presto – Very fast  Prestissimo – very, very fast

7  4 stringed instruments commonly used in the modern orchestra:  Violin – highest sound, most numerous  Viola – slightly larger, w/ a deeper and more mellow sound  Cello – much bigger, noticeably lower and deeper sound  Bass – so big the player must sit on a stool or stand to play, has a very low sound  All are usually played by use of a bow, but sometimes played by plucking them

8  4 types commonly used in any modern orchestra  Flute – no reed, high pitched  Oboe – double reed, deeper pitched  Clarinet – single reed, wide range of notes and very versatile  Bassoon – Largest and lowest pitched standard woodwind  All woodwinds are played by blowing into them and using ones fingers to cover various holes to produce notes

9  All made of metal (silver alloy or brass)  Sound produced by “buzzing” the lips against the mouthpiece  Rest of instrument just amplifies and refines the sound  Slides or valves help achieve various notes  4 varieties typically in an orchestra:  Trumpets – small, high pitch  French Horn – more conical and mellower than trumpet  Trombone – only valveless brass instrument, uses a slide, still lower than the trumpet  Tuba – largest and lowest sounding, much mellower and more distant sounding than the trombone

10  Anything not classified as a string, woodwind, or brass  Mostly various drums or instruments hit by drumsticks or beaters  Drums  Cymbals  Xylophones  Tambourine, triangle, maracas, wood blocks, bells, and scrapers  Piano and various whistles

11  L84g L84g

12  Typical Female voices:  Soprano – highest female voice  Mezzo-soprano – mid-range  Contralto – lowest  Typical Male voices:  Tenor – highest male voice  Baritone – mid-range  Bass – lowest  None of the above are only male or female voice types

13  2Tio 2Tio  Example of vocal range  BjFM BjFM


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