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Unformatted text preview: Practice materials are for use outside of class. Think of them the same way you do your instrument. To get better, you must practice every day. Similar Practice materials will appear at the end of each chapter. ' t i 1 Rt Practice i-i pi“, , “a, _ ,_ Ktl ‘. _~{“ t llzl' if“ ./." ‘ Identify by letter name the following pitches in the treble clef. Remember that the treble clef is also known as the G clef because it identifies the second line of the staff as the note G. 2- E h f‘ r’ e_ . , fl \‘; ‘- ' ll; ‘5 Q i" C ‘ ' E7 a. % . _ I ,1 ‘ k L) \ r.‘ 1: i\ _ Practice i-2 Identify by letter name the pitches ol‘ the following songs written in the treble clef. Keep in mind that the treble clef identifies the pitch G. When you have fine fished, try singing these songs using the letter names in place of the lyrics. “Down in the Valley” ' ‘ I .———__-—_——_-__ I IA‘———--- —————___—__I "-—-_—-—-—-__—_I “Wayfaring Stranger” Practice l-3 Identify by letter name the following pitches in the bass clef. Remember that the bass clef is also known as the F clef because it identifies the fourth line of the stafir as the note F. Practice 1-4 26 Identify by letter name the pitches of the following songs written in the bass Clef. Keep in mind that the bass clef identifies the pitch P. When you have fin- ished, try singing these songs using the letter names in place of the lyrics. “Nine Hundred Miles” CHAPTFH‘I THE BASICS OF MUSIC “Skip to My Lou” E j; E T “Mexican Folk Song” flare—FEE f trim—fr J J Practice 1—5 m Identify by letter name the following pitches on the great staff. Remember that middle C will never be exactly in the middle of the great staff, but, rather, closer to one staff or the other. Remember also that the treble clef identifies the second line as the G above middle C, while the bass clef identifies the fourth line as the F be10w middle C. if l. o - I -‘I - C“ 2. 3. PRACHCE 27 ...
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