Lab17.student - II. Intervals Harmonic Lab #17, pg. 2 III....

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Name_________________________ Lab #17 (to be turned in to your lab instructor) I. Singing 1) Analyze the following melody a) This melody modulates to flat-VI. The pivot chord is a _____________ chord (type, not Roman numeral). b) Define: “Waltz”: ___________________________________________ c) Name the phrase structure for phrases 1-4 (all phrases are marked by slurs in the melody): _________________________________________ 2) Learn this melody for lab tomorrow
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Unformatted text preview: II. Intervals Harmonic Lab #17, pg. 2 III. Rhythm Read the following exercise and learn it for next week (no pitch); throughout, count 1-e-and-a, etc., except as marked. All grace notes should be articulated immediately before the beat. IV. Chord work You will hear a number of chord progressions using the following simple bass line. Name the qualities and choose the appropriate Roman numeral for each....
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2011 for the course MUSIC STUD 1712 taught by Professor Johnson during the Spring '10 term at Temple.

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Lab17.student - II. Intervals Harmonic Lab #17, pg. 2 III....

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