Music 101

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  • Music 101

    1. 1. introduction to Music JERED SMART
    2. 2. Treble Clef
    3. 3. Treble Clef F An easy way to E remember the note D names in treble clef C is, the spaces spell B FACE. A The notes on the G lines of the staff can F be remembered as E Every, Good, Boy, Does, Fine.
    4. 4. Base Clef
    5. 5. Base Clef A G Just like Treble Clef, Base Clef can be remembered with F a trick as well. The notes in the spaces are A,C,E,G E or All Cows Eat Grass. D The notes on the lines are C G,B,D,F,A and it can be remembered B as Green Bay Drops Footballs Always. A G
    6. 6. Whole NoteThe Whole note is the base of of all notes. In 4/4 time the whole note is equal is four beats. This would receive four beats.
    7. 7. Half Note The half note got its name because is it equal to half the amount of a whole note. In 4/4 time the half note receives two beats.Each half note would get two beats. Together both half notes together would total to four beats.
    8. 8. Quarter NoteThe quarter note is half of the half note and a quarter of awhole note. In 4/4 time the quarter note receives one beat. This would receive two beats.
    9. 9. Eighth NoteAn eighth note is half of a quarter note and it takes eighteighth notes to make a whole note. In 4/4 time an eighth note would receive half a beat. This would receive one beat.
    10. 10. Sixteenth Note The sixteenth note is half of an eighth note and it takessixteen notes to equal a whole note. In 4/4 time each note would receive half of a half of beat, or 1/4 of a beat. This is equal to half a beat.
    11. 11. Music Rest What is a Rest?• A rest is a moment of silence in the music. Each symbol for a rest is linked to a type of note.
    12. 12. Rest SymbolsEach note is linked with a symbol for the amount of rest that is given.
    13. 13. How long is each rest
    14. 14. ReviewWhat are the note names?
    15. 15. ReviewWhat are the note names? F A E G D F C E B D A C G B F A E G
    16. 16. Review
    17. 17. ReviewEach type of note receives how many beats? 4 Beats 2 Beats 1 Beat1/2 Beat1/4 Beat
    18. 18. The End
    19. 19. Sources• Pictures Came from.• back round- http://www.chittenangoschools.org/tfiles/folder1297/music-notes.jpg Treble clef-http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/f/fa/Treble_clef.svg/305px-Treble_clef.svg.png Base Clef-http://dalmationmusic.net/images/Bass%20Clef.png note review-http://www.sing-like-a-pro.com/note_values.gif Eighth notes- http://www.sing-like-a-pro.com/note_values.gif sixteenth note-http://www.cksinfo.com/clipart/music/notes/Sixteenth-notes.png whole note-http://libertymusicnotes.weebly.com/uploads/1/3/1/9/131977/6623450.gif half note-http://www.cksinfo.com/clipart/music/notes/Half-notes.png rest diagram-http://rubycliff.com/TheoryManual/NoteRestVals.gif

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