Major Scale Definition: A series of notes based on musical steps
Solfege for a Major Scale DO TI LA SOL FA MI RE DO
DO - ERE –MI –FA - SOL –LA -TI –DO- Solfege If E is DO…
DO – ERE – FMI – GFA – A SOL – BLA – CTI – DDO- E Solfege If E is DO…
Solfege DO SOL DO SOL MI RE DO MI FA SOL LA TI DO
DO - ARE –MI –FA - SOL –LA -TI –DO- Solfege If A is DO…
DO - ARE – BMI – CFA - D SOL – ELA - FTI – GDO- A Solfege If A is DO…
Solfege RE RE DO RE MI FA SOL SOL FA MI RE DO SOL DO
DO - FRE –MI –FA - SOL –LA -TI –DO- Solfege If F is DO…
DO - FRE – GMI – AFA - B SOL – CLA - DTI – EDO- F Solfege If F is DO…
Solfege DO RE MI RE DO MI SOL LA SOL FA MI RE SOL DO
Quia Level 1 Quarter 1 Week 5
Rhythm and Rests Remember to check your time signatures! (3) + 4 (1) 2_3_4 Parentheses go around rest counts to indicate silence
1_2_3 4 + (1_2_3_4) Rhythm and Rests
1 + (2_3) 4 + 1_2_3 (4) +
Rhythm Fill in the Blank What rest would complete the following measures? Quarter Rest Half Rest Whole Rest
Quia Level 1 Quarter 1 Week 6
Dynamics Definition: How loud or soft you sing There are different symbols and words for different dynamic levels.
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
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
Unison Definition: When everyone is singing the same thing at the same time Example: The choir began the song singing in unison.
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.