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Unformatted text preview: Music: Final Review 1. P I TCHES a. Spaced notes/notes in between the lines: F, A, C, E Notes on the staff/lines: E, G, B, D, F b. T reble Clef-know what it looks like. I t is centered on the ‘G’ line/note c. Musical Alphabet: d. Melodic contour: lines that show pitch. Alligator Soup lesson e. Solfege (be familiar with hand signs do, re, mi, sol, and la) f. Know that a key signature tells you “where do is located.” g. Know how to transpose a melodic ostinato (ex: re-w rite notes from key of G to D, or C to F, etc…) 2. Rhythm a. Macro beat- big beat/ beats are more spread out and slower M icro beat-small beat (microscope)/ beats are smaller and faster b. Know and identify time signatures i. Top number tells us how many beats per measure ii. Bottom number tells us what note gets the beat (if it is 2, half note gets the beat; if it is 4, quarter note gets the beat.) c. Beat values, names, and recognize diff rhythms (notes and rests) d. Be able to aurally identify a four beat pattern. ___ ___ ___ ___ 3. Terms a. Ostinato: short repeated pattern :l l b. Tempo: speed of beat c. Tie: a curved line that connects the sound of the first note with that of the second.that of the second....
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This note was uploaded on 02/01/2011 for the course MUED 1130 taught by Professor Hauser during the Fall '10 term at North Texas.
- Fall '10