Lecture3 - FPA 104 Lecture 3 Time Signatures More on Tone...

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FPA 104 Lecture 3 Time Signatures More on Tone
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Paganini Caprice #5, 1831 Fop’s Alley: Savile Row, the street of London’s best tailors (fop = dandy) Sounding shell = Greek lyre
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Overview: Hour 1 Review: Duple and Triple Metre Time Signatures Tempo Vocabulary Upbeats Dots and Ties Uneven Beat Divisions The Pause, or fermata Beaming
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Overview: Hour 2 Tonic Harmony Review Steps, Leaps and Contour: Tones in Analysis The Harmonic Series Octaves, Fifths and Fourths Fifths on the Staff Whole Steps and Half Steps When the Staff Isn’t Enough: Pitch Alteration Signs Diatonic, Chromatic and Enharmonic ‘Genders’
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Rhythm Syllables in Duple Metre DU - first beat of bar Du - other strong beats* de - halfway between two ‘Du’s ba - halfway between two ‘de’s DU is strongest Du is still strong de is medium ba is weakest With both DU and du, quadruple metre is countable.
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Lecture3 - FPA 104 Lecture 3 Time Signatures More on Tone...

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