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Quia Level 3 Quarter 2 Week 1 . 6/8 Time Signature. 6 Beats per measure. Eighth note gets the beat. Note Values in 6/8. =. 1 COUNT. 2 COUNTS. =. Note Values in 6/8. =. 3 COUNTS. 6 COUNTS. =. 6/8 Time Signature. Write in the counts for the following examples:.

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6 8 time signature
6/8 Time Signature

6 Beats per measure

Eighth note gets the beat

note values in 6 8
Note Values in 6/8

=

1 COUNT

2 COUNTS

=

note values in 6 81
Note Values in 6/8

=

3 COUNTS

6COUNTS

=

6 8 time signature1
6/8 Time Signature

Write in the counts for the following examples:

1 2 3 4 5 6 1_2_3_4_5_6

6 8 time signature2
6/8 Time Signature

1 2_3 4_5 6 1_2_3_4_5_6

6 8 time signature3
6/8 Time Signature

1_2_3_4_5_6 1 2_3 4_5_6

6 8 time signature4
6/8 Time Signature

1_2 3 4 5_6 1 2 3 4_5_6

staccato
Staccato

An Italian term that indicates notes should be short and separated

Draw a staccato note next to the definition of staccato

legato
Legato

An Italian term that indicates notes should be played smooth and connected

accent
Accent

Name of symbol: ACCENT

accent1
Accent

Definition:

A symbol that indicates a note should be emphasized more than the other notes

Practice drawing accents three times

slide13
Slur

Name of Symbol:

SLUR

slide14
Slur

Definition:

This symbol indicates that notes should be sang/played in a legato style (smooth and connected)

Circle the slur in the music example

flats
Flats

NAME: Flat Symbol

What does a flat do to a note?

A flat symbol lowers a note a half step

flats1
Flats

Practice drawing flats THREE times

flats2
Flats

Gb

G

Move down a HALF STEP from G

order of the flats
Order of the Flats

BEADGCF

There is a certain order that flats get used in…

WHAT’S THE ORDER OF THE FLATS?

order of the flats1
Order of the Flats

Take TWO minutes to come up with a saying you can use to remember the order of the flats

flat identification
Flat Identification

What flats are being used?

Bb

Eb

Ab

F

E

D

C

B

A

G

F

E

flat identification1
Flat Identification

What flats are being used?

Bb

Eb

Ab

Db

Gb

Cb

Fb

flat identification2
Flat Identification

What flats are being used?

Bb

finding do
Finding “DO”

NO FLATS OR SHARPS

DO = C

finding do1
Finding “DO”

NO FLATS OR SHARPS

Key signature is CLEAR

finding do2
Finding “DO”

ONE FLAT

Do = F

finding do3
Finding “DO”

ONE FLAT

First

Flat

rule for finding do
Rule for Finding “DO”

The second to last flat is the key signature

rule for finding do1
Rule for Finding “DO”

Find second to last flat

Determine name of the flat

Name of flat = DO

DO = D-FLAT

finding do4
Finding “DO”

TWO FLATS

Do = B-flat

finding do5
Finding “DO”

THREE FLATS

Do = E-flat

finding do6
Finding “DO”

FOUR FLATS

Do = A-flat

finding do7
Finding “DO”

FIVE FLATS

Do = D-flat

finding do8
Finding “DO”

SIX FLATS

Do = G-flat

finding do9
Finding “DO”

SEVEN FLATS

Do = C-flat

practice
Practice

Draw in the flats on the staff for the following key signature.

DO = E-FLAT

practice1
Practice

Draw in the flats on the staff for the following key signatures.

DO = G-FLAT

practice2
Practice

Draw in the flats on the staff for the following key signatures.

DO = F

flat solfege
Flat Solfege

WHAT IS DO?

E-Flat

DO TI DO RE MI

flat solfege1
Flat Solfege

WHAT IS DO?

F

MI RE DO TI DO

flat solfege2
Flat Solfege

WHAT IS DO?

D-Flat

DO TI LA TI DO

flat solfege3
Flat Solfege

WHAT IS DO?

C-Flat

DO MI SOL MI DO

1 st endings
1stEndings

Name: FIRST ENDING

What does this music marking mean?

The first time you sing through the music you take this ending and go back to the repeat sign

2 nd endings
2nd Endings

Name: SECOND ENDING

What does this music marking mean?

The second time you sing through the music you take this ending and go on to the next section of music

1 st 2 nd endings
1st/2nd Endings

Both symbols together

First time through:

take first ending and go back to repeat sign

Second time through: Take second ending and go on to next section of music

1 st 2 nd endings1
1st/2nd Endings

Where is the first ending?

Where is the second ending?

triad
Triad

Definition: A chord of three notes, each a third apart

accidentals
Accidentals

A note whose pitch does not belong to the current key signature. Accidentals are typically marked by flats, sharps, and natural signs.

solfege w accidentals
Solfege w/ Accidentals

Write in the solfege

DO RE MI FA SOL LA TI DO

solfege w accidentals1
Solfege w/ Accidentals

SE

ME

TE

MI

SOL

DO

DO

RA

TI

LA

LE

FA

RE

solfege w accidentals2
Solfege w/ Accidentals

IF G WAS “TI”, THEN G-FLAT WOULD BE

IF F WAS “SOL,” THEN F-FLAT WOULD BE

IF B WAS “MI” then B-FLAT WOULD BE

IF D WAS “LA” THEN D-FLAT WOULD BE

TI

SE

ME

LE

accidental solfege1
Accidental Solfege

MI LA DO TE LA SOL ME

accidental solfege3
Accidental Solfege

DO DO SOL LA ME RA DO

accidental solfege5
Accidental Solfege

SOL LE DO TI DO TI LE SOL

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