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Due Jun 5 by 11:59pm Points 40 Submitting a le upload File Types pdf Compose an 8 measure melody with two, 4-measure phrases.

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Due Jun 5 by 11:59pm Points 40 Submitting a file upload File Types pdf Compose an 8 measure melody with two, 4-measure phrases. You are ”required" to use the attached form, then scan and upload. Melody and Harmonization
Templatemt Phrase 1 ends with IAC or HC (label it) Phrase 2 ends with PAC (label it) Major Key - no more than 3 sharps or flats in key signature (add to score on both systems)
3/4, 4/4, or 6/8 are the meter choices (add to score on first system only) Harmonize and create the melody: 0 Use no more than 2 chords/measure (except m. 4 and 8, only 1), with a minimum total of 10 chords.
Notate the complete chord on the bass staff. 0 You are NOT writing out an accompaniment - the bass clef is provided for chord mapping. Two chord
blanks are provided per measure under the bass staff - only use one if not putting 2 chords in that measure. 0 EACH measure, except mm. 4 and 8, must contain at least S|_X (6) pitches, which means that you must use a mix of division and subdivison note values. It also means that you'll need to use a good
mix of arpeggiation as well as neighbor and passing tones. Circle and Label all non-chord tones. After
deciding on your chords, | suggest starting each measure with a basic melody of notes that fit the
chord, then add your embellishing non-chord tones. 0 Include some basic dynamics and articulations. 0 Use the following chart for order of chords in progression: Tonic (I) can go to any chord
Vl7l can go to | or vi IV can go to Vl7l or ii iii can go to vi vii° an go to | Summary Steps: QW-POJNH . Map out a chord progression using the chart above, following the guidelines, underneath the staff.
. On the bass staff, write out the complete notes for each chord. . Pick out a basic melody from the notes in each chord, arpeggiating, repeating, etc. . Add some rhythm to the melody using guidelines above. . Embellish with non-chord tones. . Add dynamics and articulations.

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