music_100_feb_04 - Permits analysis • Preserves •...

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Welcome to Music 100 Goessmann 20/120 Vincent Cee M/W 3:35-4:50
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Elements Avoid frustration Functions of Music & Elements Concert reports
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Concert Reports What is written in the syllabus? Go to something un familiar Something new & something that you normally might not attend Upcoming concerts
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Superbowl Is the the superbowl a thing? There’s no such thing as music. Is music a thing?
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Notation Wax tablets Evolution “modern staff”
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Notation
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Unformatted text preview: Permits analysis • Preserves • Oral/aural vs. literate/written • Displaces what it emblemizes Notation Fundamentals • Notes and Rests • Rhythmic Notation • Pitch Notation Notes and Rests • Anatomy of a note • Anatomy of a rest Rhythmic Notation • Meter: Measures and Bar lines • Time Signatures Pitch Notation • Musical Alphabet • Staff • Clefs • Ledger lines • Sharps • Flats • Naturals...
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