Notes on use of music and follow up activities
Mixed Emotions is a 30 minute play developed from a book of the same name
which is based on the real life experiences of 10 couples in Northern Ireland
spanning a period from 1940
Song Name - Band Name
www.justinguitar.com - transcribed by YOU ;)
I put any notes about capos or tuning here at the top.
All text in Courier New - heading in size 24, text in size 12.
Here is where the lyrics go, you can write them off the re
Welcome to the [B]standard music notation tutorial[/B]. This set of lessons is
designed for anyone interested in learning the basics of music notation. Whether you
just want to know how the notation system works at a basic level, or want to go on to
Hymn Reading 101
The soprano part is the top line of music on the treble clef stave.
The alto part is the bottom line of music on the treble clef stave.
The tenor part is the top line of music on the bass clef stave.
The bass part is the bottom line of mu
Basic Music Theory
Presented by Ethan Winer
The purpose of this video is to introduce music theory to recording engineers and interested
audiophiles who dont play a musical instrument. However, musicians who play only by ear
should also find this video us
PENNSYLVANIA SINFONIA ORCHESTRA
Baroque and Beyond October 3, 2015
Handel (1685-1759): Concerto Grosso in G, Op. 6 No. 1
Handel, although born in Halle, Germany, spent most of his adult life in England. He had studied in
Germany and Italy wh
Valdosta Music & Publishing
Bill Browns Intro to and By Ear music instruction
Bill Browns Music Lessons for the Blind
That all may play!
Over 15 years ago Bill Brown started recording music lessons for his students in
an all-audio format for them to work
PAUL NELSON Resolved or Unresolved?
Making sense and practical use of music theory!
The Ionian Scale, Soloing and Chord Substitution
Let's start with the major scale otherwise know as the Ionian mode.
First of all there are 12 notes in all of music called
Shona electric guitar styles are based almost entirely on arpeggios. Arpeggios are chords played one
note at a time as opposed to being played all at once. In much of the pop and party tunes of Zimbabwean and
other southern African electric styles (rhumba
Notes for a lecture
M. David Tilson
First presented: Surgery Biology Club III, Chicago, October 5, 1996
Yale Lecture Series in Humanities and Medicine (circa 1998)
Medical Strollers in the City of New York (circa 1999)