Lab13.student - than otherwise d) Define: D.C. al Fine:

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Name_________________________ Lab #13 (to be turned in to your lab instructor) I. Singing 1) Analyze the following melody a) Provide a Roman numeral for the each bracketed arpeggiation; as this tune modulates, it is essential that your Roman numerals reflect the key in which they occur (in V from the Fine to the D.C. ) b) Define: “Allegretto”: ________________________________________ c) Define: “Vivace”: __________________________________________ --in this case, “Vivace” is a qualifier, making the “Allegretto” a bit faster
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Unformatted text preview: than otherwise d) Define: D.C. al Fine: ______________________________________ 2) Learn this melody for lab tomorrow Lab #13, pg. 2 II. Melodic dictation Complete the following dictation. Remember to memorize first, then write. III. Rhythm Read the following rhythms and learn them for next week. In all, count 1-e-and-a, 2-e-and-a (in the first six you are speaking sixteenths, in the last two eighths). Lab #13, pg. 3...
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Lab13.student - than otherwise d) Define: D.C. al Fine:

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