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Music Theory
Music Theory
Music Theory
Music Theory
Music Theory
Music Theory
Music Theory
Music Theory
Music Theory
Music Theory
Music Theory
Music Theory
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Music Theory
Music Theory
Music Theory
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Music Theory

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    • 1. Date
    • 2. Scales NOTE: In TREBLE CLEF Lines - E G B D F (Every Good Boy Deserve Food) Spaces - F A C E In BASS CLEF Lines - G B D F A (Good Boys Does Fine Always) Spaces - A C E G
    • 3. Diatonic Scale Tone (1 step) & Semitone (1/2 step) 2 kinds - Major & Minor
    • 4. Finding “Do” with Sharps (i.e. 1st note in Diatonic Major Scale - So called “Movable DO” First Sharps: One Step above the last sharp on the right in Key Signature
    • 5. Finding “Do” with Flats Method I: 2nd flat from right in Key Signature Method II: 4 steps above the last flat in Key Signature
    • 6. Determine # Placement in Diatonic Major Scale
    • 7. Determining b Placement in Diatonic Major Scale
    • 8. Time Values of Notes & Rests The length (or duration) of sounds is shown by Notes of different shapes. Periods of silence are shown by signs called Rests.
    • 9. Time Value of Notes
    • 10. Dotted Notes The effect of the dot is to increase the length of the note by half the original value.
    • 11. Time Signature 2 Number of 4 Time Value of Notes Per Measure (bar)
    • 12. Compound Duple Time 6 8 Time There are two beats in every bar each beat being worth three quavers ( or a dotted crotchet ). The whole bar is therefore worth six quavers which gives the time-signature of 6/8. As in Simple Time, notes smaller in value than a crotchet must be grouped into beats. quaver - an eighth note crotchet - a quarter note
    • 13. Compound Duple Time The rest worth one beat may be written or more usually . If the beat contains a mixture of notes and rests, each beat must be thought of in two parts and . Always make up the rests to the value of a crotchet and give the quaver a separate rest as shown below.
    • 14. Modulation
    • 15. Modulation

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