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Ms. T.A. Anderson. BBeat- the steady recurring pulse of the music. RRhythm- the organization of long or short sounds and silences. BBeat vs. Rhythm.

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1 Ms. T.A. Anderson

2 BBeat- the steady recurring pulse of the music. RRhythm- the organization of long or short sounds and silences. BBeat vs. Rhythm How is the beat different from the rhythm?

3  Notation is a system in which we write, read, or compose music.

4  The staff has lines.  The staff has spaces.  Always count the staff from the bottom up to the top.

5  Treble clef  Bass clef Also called the “G” clef Also called the “F” clef

6 WWe remember the lines of the treble clef by the acronym: Every Good Boy Does Fine TThe spaces of the treble clef spell the word: F A C E

7 Bass Clef  We remember the lines of the bass clef by the acronym: Good Boys Do Fine Always  The spaces of the bass clef: All Cows Eat Grass

8  Measures Measures  Barlines, double barlines Barlinesdouble barlines  Repeat sign Repeat sign  Time signature Time signature  Key signature Key signature

9  Measures are the area or section between the barlines.

10  Barlines are vertical lines that divide the staff into smaller sections.

11  The double-barline indicates the end of a piece or selection.

12  The repeat sign means to go back to the beginning and sing/play again.

13  The top number of the time signature tells how many beats will be in each measure. The bottom number tells which note will get the main beat. What other time signatures are you familiar with?

14 NameNoteBeat(s)How to read RestsHow to read Quarter note 1 beattathink ta Half note2 beatsta-athink ta-a Dotted- half note 3 beatsta-a-athink ta-a-a Whole note 4 beatsta-a-a-athink ta-a-a-a Eighth notes 1 beatti-tithink ti-ti

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16  Larynx – the source of vocal tone, a part of the respiratory system, and is made of cartilage.  Stages of breathing – 1. inhalation 2. phonation (release) 3. exhalation

17 SSinging vowels- ee, eh, ah, oh, ooh AArticulators- lips, teeth, & tongue

18  Stand with feet apart  Knees unlocked  Back straight  Head erect  Rib cage lifted  Shoulders relaxed  Hands at your side

19  Major Scale Formula-  W W H W W W H  1 1 ½ ½  The first (7) letters of the alphabet: A B C D E F G are the musical alphabet.  When writing the letter names of a scale, each letter should be listed; do NOT double letters.

20  The key signature tells where “do” will be, or the “home” key.

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22 aa cappella- singing or accompaniment? aaccompaniment- singing or playing with the assistant of other instruments such as an orchestra or piano ccrescendo- gradually growing louder

23  decrescendo- gradually growing softer  dynamics- tells how loud or soft to sing or play  forte- loud  half step- shortest distance between two pitches; moving from key to the next key, whether black or white

24  interval- the distance between two pitches or tones  major scale- whole, whole, half, whole, whole, whole, half steps  notation- a system used to write music  scale- succession of 8 tones or pitches

25 ttempo- the speed of the music wwhole step- a succession of two (2) half steps uunison- singing the same part together at the same time

26  Melodic interval- notes played in a succession  harmonic interval – two or more notes played simultaneously

27  Get plenty of sleep.  Eat a good breakfast.  Don’t forget to study!  And don’t forget to pray!


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