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Notice that the taised descending form as its signature dictates. The notation of cipher afiixed designate diminished triads. The student should explain the interval or intervals therein. By Willard A. The teacher, after having played an exercise, should The student should explain the interval or intervals therein.
The it is 25 ; student will notice a contradiction in the above scale stated that c has three flats cancelled. This the example, b is cancel, however, appears as accidental the in and raised seventh and must be a flat in the signature. The melodic minor scale has the sixth as well as the seventh raised by accideiital in ascending, but in descending, both The ascending form has the sixth and seventh are restored.
The descending form has its half steps be- tween 6 and and between 3 and is 2. Notice that the taised descending form as its signature dictates.
The subtonic descending scale does not lead progress to the tonic and therefore need not necessarily be situated one half step below the tonic. Any minor key having the is called the relative of the ; same signature therefore, the relative major key minor of C flats. Rule 6. Capital letters are used to designate major keys and small letters to designate minor keys.
The sharps parallel in its 27 flats minor scale has three more or three less In other words, signature than the major scale. The notation in the treble clef of: What What each part called? How many forms of diatonic scales are there and four ways in which the tones Avhat are their names? Name and define the 5. What is the key-tone 7. State the rule for finding the key having the next the rule for finding the key having the Write on the staff, using the treble flats.
What In the the order of the letters in the sharp signasignature? What are the e7iharmonic scales used Give enkarmofiic letter in practice names for each and flat of the twelve keys. What By is? What is the construction of the harmonic? What is the reason for raising the sixth in melodic minor differ Why does the descending form of melodic minor from the ascending form? What What What from is is an accidental?
An are interval is the distance between two tones ordinals. Reckoning from the of the scale produces the following intervals prime. The The second, third, sixth and seventh are called major ; thus: All 33 intervals is should be reckoned from the lower note, which that If the upper note is considered a major key-note. If ished and augme?
By lowering the upper tone of any minor or any perfect interval one half step, or by raising the lower tone of any minor or any perfect interval one half step not altering the letter val is formed, thus: By raising the upper tone of any major or perfect interval one half step, or by lowering the lower tone any major or perfect interval one half step not the letter name in either case an augmented inter" altering val is formed, thus of: Notice that the tones of the augmented seventh are the same pitch, but must be called a seventh as seven letters are comprised.
The name: From the preceding 7. The is distance in semi-tones of: Inversion of Intervals. Intervals are said to be inverted when the lower note of the original interval is placed an octave higher, thereby becoming the upper note of the interval thus fonned. Ex- ample the inversion of The same is letters are in both intervals, but the is is first interval a third and the inverted interval a sixth.
The above versions: There is good reason for making this it The prime error, tmisoTi. Chord Construction. The fundamental is tone of a chord is the tone on which the chord constructed.
The There are two kinds minor. The triad on the mediant of the If the fifth of a triad is minor key is an augmented triad and the three mentioned triads are diminished. Music written for four voices necessitates the triad.
The factor most frequently doubled the fundamental double octave, or unison. The four voices are soprano high female voice , alto low female voice te7ior high male voice , and bass low male in the octave, , voice.
Chords are figured under the bass by Large numerals designate 7najor triads ; Roman ; nu- small nu- merals designate minor triads ' affixed designate augmented large numerals with the mark triads small numerals with a ; The notation of cipher afiixed designate diminished triads. Major Mode. This chord is figured by a small Arabic figure over the bass note, the Roman numeral under the bass showing the fundamental.
It is figured with the Roman numerals below the bass and a small The notation of the seventh chords Arabic 7 over the bass. C Major. The subtonic seventh chord in the minor mode is called the dhiiinished sevefith and is formed with the diminished triad and the dimis The seventh chord on the mediant in the formed with the augmented triad and the major seventh. Inversion of Seventh Chords. The first inversion of the seventh chord is called the chord of the fifth and sixth by the Roman figures The chord is figured chord.
Roman numeral below the bass and the Arabic figures I or simply over the bass.
What is an interval? How What? Name all the following intervals Accidentals affect only those notes before which they are placed. Name several intervals the teacher to determine the number having different names, but sounding the same.
State the manner in which qualifications Invert the intervals given in exercise 6. Notate and figure all the triads in several different all major and minor keys. Which are dependent and which are independent Describe a dependent triad. Describe open and close position. Notate and figure several sixth chords; several six-four chords.
What What is the authentic close? The medium through which sound agated is most commonly prop- at a temperature of 32 Fahrenheit, sound travels at a rate of feet per second. Through this medium, The sible. A sudden displacement of the molecules medium produces sound which all travels in waves at an in a. Great discrepancies of opinion exist among theorists on this Savart claims the lowest audible sound has eight subject.
He claims the character of tone commences at twenty vibrations, but the musical character of bass tones does not exist until frequencies exceed twenty-four vibrations per second. On the subject of the audibility of acute sounds, opinions are advanced ranging from 6, The 36, vibrations per second.
The author recommends the books, on sound by the following writers: Appum G. August Zahn intervals as chord factors. On the other hand, these sittings should be many each day. If daily, should have a member of the household play the exercises and correct the musical, the stu- no member of the household dent should co-operate with another student.
The at The pitch student should carry upon his person a tuning fork of this and sound it as often as an opportunity permits, and Eventthereby fix this fundamental thoroughly in his mind.
Other tones fundamental. The argument A because of its use in orchestral tuning. The cises. Italian syllables should be used in singing the exer- Movable do is advised. Any instrument may be used by the teacher or co-operator to play the exercises. The teacher, after having played an exercise, should The student should explain the interval or intervals therein.
V, i' i: The may also choose some mel- from accidentals and play it slowly while the student notates. Such practice accomplishes a two-fold result, ability to notate rhythm as well as intervals. Major third: This interval is ordinarily a difficult interval to intonate but coming as it does in exercise 2 ascending scale the present, it is it is easy to intonate because of the on the second half of the measures.
For except in some such sequence as exercise not advisable to practice the major seventh All other nor2. The major 1 sixth 22 J I.. Great familiarity with the normal intervals It is studying altered intervals.
The student may experience difficulty with the following group, in which case it is advisable to postpone this group until the ear is more thoroughly trained. The of its the normal intervals is fix to object following firmly the fundamental and mental.
Miss Glover changed the spelling of the Italian coincide with the English pronunciation. She from si to te. It is more difficult to conceive and intonate properly The aicg77iented the augmented fourth when it is constructed upon the tonic. In order to make this interval less difficult, the following exercise contains the intermediate scale steps previous to the skip of an augmented fourth m It y: Singers almost invariably intonate them out When these intervals exist as constituent parts of an arpeggio chord progression, they are comparatively easy.
The following exercise contains the augmented fifth built upon the major tonic i 5. The augme7iled third is found tween the third and the raised 8. This interval in the altered fifth minor triad be- of the triad. Derivation of the augmented third Exercise J. If the singing of the it harmonic minor scale has been postExercises containing the now be practiced. If the fundamental is panded, the major second to a major ninth, the major third to a major tenth, etc.
In practicing the following exercises, the student should name the intervals between consecutive notes and between each note of the chord and the fundamental. The major triad? The dominant seventh chord? The its 6i resolution.
The supertonic seventh chord 8 -o- P: U 1 4 subtonic seventh chord? The diminished seventh chord w A great. Two Voiced Chords. Hiii'rrirrri'11 intervals h: Cherubini The Four Voiced Chord, It becomes necessary student should voice. The name the kind of chord and sing the upper I. The primary and secondary triads: Before the student be capable of any and all chords sounded.
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