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FPA 104 Lecture 5 Scales: The Diatonic System
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Overview: Hour 1 Next Quiz Guide Diatonic Whole and Half Steps Notating the major diatonic scale Diatonic patterns in music The tetrachord: a unit of musical expression The tetrachord as the basis of the scale Perfect and augmented fourths Writing tetrachords and scales on any note
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Overview: Hour 2 Melody-writing: the role of the tonic Melodic continuity Melodic form Concluding a melody
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Rhythm Syllables in Duple and Triple
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Quiz Guide Question 1: Write a 4-bar rhythm in duple metre using eighth, quarter, and half notes. Show where the harmony changes occur using Roman numerals.
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Quiz 2 Question 1 Steps 1 and 2 Add rhythms, beaming notes correctly Then mark changes of harmony
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Quiz 2 Question 1 Step 3 Add correct Roman numeral below the notes where a harmony change has occurred. Use •I for tonic (do mi so) •V for dominant (so ti re)
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Quiz 2 – Remaining Questions
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