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Jill Reese © 2009 The preparatory sequence (prep sequence) is an efficient way for you to establish the tonic, the meter, the starting pitch for the song, and give quick directions before performing a song or chant (Waddle, 1989). Preparatory sequence for a song in major tonality and duple meter that begins on the resting tone. Preparatory sequence for a song in major tonality and duple meter that begins on “MI.” Preparatory sequence for a song in major tonality and triple meter that begins on the resting tone. Preparatory sequence for a song in major tonality and duple meter that begins on the resting tone with a pick up note. Preparatory sequence for a song in major tonality and unusual paired meter that begins on the resting
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Unformatted text preview: tone. Preparatory sequence for a chant in duple meter. Preparatory Sequences for Songs and Chants Other Directions Thought the examples to the right demonstrating using the direction Ready sing, the preparatory sequence can be an efficient way of giving a number of different directions. The directions listed below are just a few of the directions that can be used: Audiate Moving now Move with me Move with scarves Ready chant Chant and move Listen now Macrobeat (demonstrating moving to the macrobeat) Microbeats (demonstrating moving to the macrobeat)...
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