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Music Q2 2022-2023.pptx

  2. Learning Task 1 COUNTRY LANGUAGE MODE OF DRESSING RELIGION Japan Nihongo / Nipongo 日本語 China Mandarin / Guan Hua 官话/官話 Korea Hangul South Korean: hangugeo 한국어; North Korean: chosŏnmal 조선말,
  3. Chinese Clothing
  4. Japanese
  5. Korean
  6. Koto of Japan
  7. Define the following: 1. Meter 2. Melody 3. Harmony 4. Rhythm 5. Form 6. Texture 7. Timber/Timbre
  8. Meter, Time Signature and Tempo • meter is a recurring pattern of stresses or accents that provide the pulse or beat of music. Meter is notated at the beginning of a composition with a time signature. Time signatures are always notated with two numbers, one on top of the other, much like a fraction in math. • Time signature: A musical time signature indicates the number of beats per measure. • Tempo is the speed at which a piece of music is played. There are three primary ways that tempo is communicated to players: beats per minute, Italian terminology, and modern language. Beats per minute (or BPM) indicates the number of beats in one minute. Certain Italian words like largo, andante, allegro, and presto convey tempo change by describing the speed of the music. Finally, some composers indicate tempo with casual English words such as “fast,” “slow,” “lazy,” “relaxed,” and “moderate.”
  9. Harmony and Melody • Harmony is the blending of simultaneous sounds of different pitch or quality, making chords: harmony in part singing; harmony between violins and horns. Melody is the rhythmical combination of successive sounds of various pitch, making up the tune or air: a tuneful melody to accompany cheerful words. • A melody, also tune, voice or line, is a linear succession of musical tones that the listener perceives as a single entity.
  10. Rhythm • Rhythm is the pattern of sound, silence, and emphasis in a song. In music theory, rhythm refers to the recurrence of notes and rests (silences) in time. When a series of notes and rests repeats, it forms a rhythmic pattern. In addition to indicating when notes are played, musical rhythm also stipulates how long they are played and with what intensity. This creates different note durations and different types of accents. • A song’s rhythmic structure dictates when notes are played, for how long, and with what degree of emphasis.
  11. Form • Form refers to the larger shape of the composition. Form in music is the result of the interaction of the four structural elements of sound, harmony, melody, and rhythm
  12. Texture • In music, texture is how the tempo, melodic, and harmonic materials are combined in a musical composition, determining the overall quality of the sound in a piece. The texture is often described in regard to the density, or thickness, and range, or width, between lowest and highest pitches, in relative terms as well as more specifically distinguished according to the number of voices, or parts, and the relationship between these voices
  13. Timber/Timbre • the character or quality of a musical sound or voice as distinct from its pitch and intensity.
  14. How to?
  15. Chordophones
  16. Membranophone
  17. Aerophone
  18. Idiophone

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  1. Mandarin - Language of the Official
  2. Mandarin - Language of the Official
  3. Hanfu
  4. kimono
  5. Hanbok