Presentation on theme: "Ms. T.A. Anderson. BBeat- the steady recurring pulse of the music. RRhythm- the organization of long or short sounds and silences. BBeat vs. Rhythm."— Presentation transcript:
Stand with feet apart Knees unlocked Back straight Head erect Rib cage lifted Shoulders relaxed Hands at your side
Major Scale Formula- W W H W W W H 1 1 ½ 1 1 1 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.
The key signature tells where “do” will be, or the “home” key.
aa cappella- singing or accompaniment? aaccompaniment- singing or playing with the assistant of other instruments such as an orchestra or piano ccrescendo- gradually growing louder
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
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
ttempo- the speed of the music wwhole step- a succession of two (2) half steps uunison- singing the same part together at the same time
Melodic interval- notes played in a succession harmonic interval – two or more notes played simultaneously
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