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    Ab form power point Ab form power point Presentation Transcript

    • SO, HOW DO THESE VISUALS RELATE TO MUSIC? AB FORM
    • When finding the form of a song, you are looking for patterns. Just like you saw with the video. To find the form listen for parts that are the same or different.
    • YANKEE DOODLE Let’s look at a popular Patriotic Song. A Section: Yankee Doodle went to town a-riding on a pony; stuck a feather in his cap and called it “Maccaroni”. B Section: Yankee Doodle keep it up, Yankee Doodle dandy; mind the music and the step and with the girls be handy.
    • VISUALLY THIS WOULD LOOK LIKE: A B
    • DID YOU KNOW? A song that is written in AB form can also repeat the pattern AB AB AB and so on.
    • ANOTHER EXAMPLE OF AB! •Verse and Refrain songs are another structure of music. •This form follows the AB formal structure. •The verse tells the story; the refrain is the repeated part.
    • SONG DEMONSTRATING REPEATING AB PATTERNS USING VERSE AND REFRAIN. Rocky Mountain Verse / A section: Rocky mountain, rocky mountain Rocky mountain high. When your on that rocky mountain, Hang your head and cry.
    • ROCKY MOUNTAIN Refrain / B Section: Do, do, do, do, Do remember me. Do, do, do, do, Do remember me.
    • ROCKY MOUNTAIN Verse 2 / A Section: Sunny valley, sunny valley, Sunny valley low. When your in that sunny valley, Sing it soft and slow.
    • ROCKY MOUNTAIN Refrain / B Section: Do, do, do, do, Do remember me. Do, do, do, do, Do remember me.
    • LOOKING AT ROCKY MOUNTAIN VISUALLY! A B A Because there are two verses, and two refrains, the A and B sections repeat. However, we will still call this an AB form. B