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Pre PubertyPubertyPost PubertyColoratory Suprano(Breathing)SopranaSuprano(Crackling)Mezzo Soprana/altoMezzo Soprano/alto(Out of tune)Contralto(Short Vocal Cords)(Short Range)TenoirBaritoneBassBasso ProfondoThe Human voice from High to LowOpera: Singing your lines in a playSoloists(Singer)ChorusOrchestraAria: Solo voice in an operaChildren: No fluctuation in voiceMelody: “tune” meaningful succession of PitchesSound can be divided into 2 partsNoise: Regular SoundsPitch: Individual sounds in musicBoth have vibrationExample of a Melody: hah heh ho ha hah he hoFrequency: Waves, cycles per second, measured in Hurtz
Low Pitch: Less vibrationsHigh Pitch: More vibrationsOur ear can hear 30 to 30,000 hz per secondSometimes a melody can have harmony, which supports the melodyEx: Using 2 hands on a piano, one playing the melody and one playing supporting sounds whichis harmonyThese supporting sounds can beMajor: HappyMinor: SadMelody: HorizontalHarmony: DownwardsMusic with nio Harmony are usually chants or GregorianUsually sung by menChants are an example of Monophonic TextureTextureLayers or the weave of the musicClothingMonophonic: One melody( NO harmony) Chants
Homophonic: One melody (With Harmony)Polyphonic: Many Melodies going on at the same timeChord: 3 Pitches or moreBeat: Clap of the MusicRhythm: Pattern of sounds and silences

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