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Part III of Beginning Music Theory

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  • 1. Part III Rhythm and Dynamics Worksheet 3 Handout 3
  • 2. Rhythm Pattern of musical movement through time
  • 3. Value of Time
  • 4. = 4 Beats Per Measure
  • 5. Value of Notes = 1 Beat 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 Quarter Note
  • 6. Value of Notes = 2 Beats It would be counted likes this. 1-2 3-4 1-2 3-4 Half Note
  • 7. Clap Along Click on the examples below to hear the rhythm. Clap along with them. The notation is next to the sample to help you along. Example #1 Example #2 Example #3
  • 8. Value of Notes =4 Beats Whole Note 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 The whole has a value of 4 beats. It would be counted likes this.
  • 9. Value of Notes = ½ Beat Eighth Note
  • 10. Clap Along Click on the examples below to hear the rhythm. Clap along with them. The notation is next to the sample to help you along. Example #4 Example #5 Example #6
  • 11. Ready for more notes? Whole Rest Half Rest Quarter Rest Eighth Rest
  • 12. Another Time Signature Example #7
  • 13. Dynamics TEMPO
  • 14. Different Types of Tempo GRAVE: Very slow and solemn LARGO: Very slow and broad, with dignity LENTO: Very slow ADAGIO: Very slow and expressive LARGHETTO: Not as slow as LARGO, but slower than ANDANTE ANDANTE: Rather slow, but with a flowing movement ("Walking tempo") ANDANTINO: A little quicker than ANDANTE MODERATO: Moderate speed- not fast, not slow ALLEGRETTO: Light and cheerful, but not as fast as ALLEGRO ALLEGRO: "Merry", quick, lively, bright VIVO: Lively, brisk (usually with ALLEGRO, as ALLEGRO VIVO VIVACE: Vivacious, faster than ALLEGRO PRESTO: Very quick, faster than VIVACE
  • 15. Moderato Grave Presto Moderato
  • 16. Expression Pianississimo ppp Very Very Soft Pianissimo pp Very Soft Piano p Soft Mezzo Piano mp Medium Soft Mezzo Forte mf Medium Loud Forte f Loud Fortissimo ff Very Loud Fortississimo fff Very Very Loud ff mf pp
  • 17. An Example From Beethoven Click on the audio example below to hear Beethoven’s Ode To Joy. Can you hear the expression and change in dynamic?
  • 18. This Concludes The Presentation! Complete Quiz Part III on QuizStar