music theory
Download
Skip this Video
Download Presentation
Music Theory

Loading in 2 Seconds...

play fullscreen
1 / 19

Music Theory - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 1070 Views
  • Uploaded on

Music Theory. Unit 1 “ Music is the universal language of mankind” (Henry Wadsworth Longfellow). (Used with permission from http://www.signology.org/music-symbols/index.htm ). Music Theory Unit 1 Contents:. INSTRUCTIONS SECTION 1-THE GRAND STAFF

loader
I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
capcha
Download Presentation

PowerPoint Slideshow about 'Music Theory' - saddam


An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript
music theory

Music Theory

Unit 1

“Music is the universal language

of mankind”

(Henry Wadsworth Longfellow)

(Used with permission from http://www.signology.org/music-symbols/index.htm)

slide2
Music Theory

Unit 1

Contents:

INSTRUCTIONS

SECTION 1-THE GRAND STAFF

Lesson 1- The Staff, Lines & Spaces

Lesson 2 - Treble Clef and Staff

Lesson 3 - Bass Clef and Staff

Lesson 4 - The Grand Staff

SECTION 2: RHYTHM NOTATION

Lesson 1 - Note Values and Rest Values

Lesson 2- Dotted Notes

Lesson 3 - Measures, Bar Lines and Double Bar Lines

Lesson 4 - Common Time Signatures

SECTION 3 - TIES, SLURS, & REPEATS

Lesson 1- Ties & Slurs

Lesson 2 - Repeat Sign, 1st & 2nd Endings,

D.C., D.S., Coda, & Fine

SECTION 4 - OTHER SCORE MARKINGS

Lesson 1 - Tempo Markings

Lesson 2 - Dynamic Markings

Lesson 3 - Common Articulations

Lesson 4 - Sharps, Flats, & Naturals

(Used with permission from http://www.signology.org/music-symbols/index.htm)

slide3
Music Theory
  • Unit 1
  • .
  • INSTRUCTIONS
  • This unit will help you learn basic music symbols, elements, and terms. Run the slide show and follow
  • the links. There are four common types of links.
    • Instruction: Videos, illustrations, and examples of key concepts.
    • Practice: Interactive activities, videos that can be paused while you are asked to answer questions or test your knowledge, or games that require you to answer questions about music topics.
    • Self Check: Quiz style games. You may be asked to print out the score page or the score certificate for each of these quizzes or games and give them your teacher in order to track your progress through the unit.
    • Review: Music instructions sites that can be read for review. These are not required, but may be helpful if you find that you are having trouble with certain sections.
  • You are responsible for all of the information in this unit. View the videos and complete the activities as many times as you need to in order to gain the understanding necessary to use the information. If you have questions about any topic or section after you have viewed all resources and completed the activities or if you have trouble with any of the links, please ask your teacher for help

(Used with permission from http://www.signology.org/music-symbols/index.htm)

slide4
Section 1: The Grand Staff

Lesson 1: The Music Staff

  • Objective
  • You should be able to identify how many lines are in a music staff & proper note placement on the lines and spaces.
  • Instruction/Practice
  • Watch the following video to 4:50:
  • The Music Staff: Getting Ready to Read Music (pianoguyluke)

(Used with permission from http://www.signology.org/music-symbols/index.htm)

slide5
Section 1: The Grand Staff

Lesson 2: Treble Clef & Staff

  • Objective
  • You should be able to identify the treble clef sign and be proficient at naming notes in the treble clef.
  • Instruction
  • Watch the following video:
  • Music Theory-Treble Clef (The Music Theory Guy)
  • Practice
  • Complete the following activities:
  • Note Trainer (8 Notes) Go to Settings and enable treble clef only. Click Settings again to begin naming correct notes)
  • Treble Clef Note Story (Music Tech Teacher)
  • Self Check
  • Play the following games:
  • Travel through Treble Space (Music Tech Teacher)
  • Treble Clef Leger Line Warrior (Music Tech Teacher)

(Used with permission from http://www.signology.org/music-symbols/index.htm)

slide6
Section 1: The Grand Staff
  • Lesson 3: Bass Clef & Staff
    • Objective
    • Be able to identify the bass clef sign and be proficient at naming notes in the bass clef.
    • Instruction
    • Watch this video: Music theory-Bass Clef (The Music Theory Guy)
    • Practice
    • Complete these two activities:
    • Note Trainer (8 Notes) Click Settings and enable bass clef only. Click Settings again to begin.
    • Bass Clef Sports Blaster (Music Tech Teacher)
    • Self Check
    • Play these games:
    • Bass Clef Word Warrior (Music Tech Teacher)
    • Bass Clef Leger Lines (Music Tech Teacher)

(Used with permission from http://www.signology.org/music-symbols/index.htm)

slide7
Section 1: The Grand Staff

Lesson 4: The Grand Staff

  • Objective
  • You should be able to identify middle C and the relationship between the treble and bass clefs as they form the grand staff.
  • Instruction
  • Watch :
  • The Importance of Middle C (themusictheoryguy)
  • Review-Section 1
  • If needed, you can review the information in Section 1 by reading the following lesson:
  • The Staff, Clefs, and Leger Lines (8 Notes)

(Used with permission from http://www.signology.org/music-symbols/index.htm)

slide8
Section 2: Rhythm Notation

Lesson 1: Note and Rest Values

  • Objective
  • You should be able to identify whole, half, quarter, eighth and sixteenth notes and rests, as well as the number of beats each receives in common time.
  • Instruction
  • Watch :
  • WHOLE, HALF & QUARTER NOTE VALUES: Music Notation Rhythm part 1 (The Piano Chord Book)
  • EIGHTH & SIXTEENTH NOTE VALUES: Music Notation Rhythm part 2 (The Piano Chord Book)
  • REST VALUES: Music Notation Rhythm part 3 (The Piano Chord Book)
  • Self Check
  • Play the following game.
  • Rhythm Math-Fling the Teacher (Music Tech Teacher)

(Used with permission from http://www.signology.org/music-symbols/index.htm)

slide9
Section 2: Rhythm Notation
  • Lesson 1: Note and Rest Values (cont.)
  • Check Understanding/Ear Training Games
  • Listen To The Rhythm (Music Tech Teacher)
  • Rhythm Sound Match (Music Tech Teacher
  • Review-section 2 lesson 1
  • If needed, you can review the information in Section 2 Lesson 1 by reading the following slides:
  • Note Duration (8 Notes)
  • Rest Duration (8 Notes)

(Used with permission from http://www.signology.org/music-symbols/index.htm)

slide10
Section 2: Rhythm Notation

Lesson 2: Dotted Notes

:

  • Objective
  • You should be able to identify notes, including dotted half and quarter notes, as well as the number of each receives in common time.
  • Instruction
  • Watch the following videos:
  • Reading Music- Dotted Notes(daveconservatoire)
  • Practice/Self Check
  • Play the following games:
  • Rhythmic Term Scramble (Music Tech Teacher)
  • Add It Up Rhythms (Music Tech Teacher)
  • Rhythm Billionaire (Music Tech Teacher)

(Used with permission from http://www.signology.org/music-symbols/index.htm)

slide11
Section 2: Rhythm Notation

Lesson 3: Measures, Bar Lines, & Double Bar Lines

  • Objective
  • You should be able to identify bar lines, double bar lines, and measures in music and be able to place the correct type and number of notes in a measure in common time.
  • Instruction
  • Watch the following video:
  • Bars and Measures Explained (lyungling88)
  • Practice/Self Check
  • Play the following games.
  • Find the Correct Measure (Music Tech Teacher)
  • Fill In the Measure (Music Tech Teacher)
  • How's Your Timing? (Music Tech Teacher)

(Used with permission from http://www.signology.org/music-symbols/index.htm)

slide12
Section 2: Rhythm Notation

Lesson 4: Common Time Signatures

  • Objective
  • You should know the correct placement of the time signature on a staff, be able to explain the meaning of both numbers in a time signature, and identify how many and which type of notes and/or rests will fill a measure in common time signatures.
  • Instruction
  • Watch the following video:
  • Simple and Compound Time Signatures (SpeedyMusicReading)
  • Self Check
  • Play the following game:
  • Going Nuts over Time Signatures (Music Tech Teacher)
  • Review-section 2 lesson 4
  • If needed, you can review the information in Section 2, Lesson 3 & 4 by reading through
  • the following slides at 8notes.com:
  • Measures and Time Signatures

(Used with permission from http://www.signology.org/music-symbols/index.htm)

slide13
Section 3: Ties, Slurs, & Repeats

Lesson 1: Ties & Slurs

  • Objective
  • You should be able to identify the difference between ties and slurs, and understand the function of each.
  • Instruction
  • Watch the following video:
  • Slurs and Ties Explained (The Music Theory Guy)
  • Practice
  • Watch the following video:
  • Slurs, Ties, and Dotted Notes (SonicFitCom)
  • Self Check
  • Play the following games.
  • Ties & Slurs Game (Music Tech Teacher)
  • Review-section 3 lesson 1
  • If needed you can review the information in Section 3, Lessons 1, by reading through
  • the slides at 8notes.com on : Dots & Ties

(Used with permission from http://www.signology.org/music-symbols/index.htm)

slide14
Section 3: Ties, Slurs, & Repeats

Lesson 2: Repeat Sign, 1st & 2nd Endings,

D.C., D.S., Coda, & Fine

  • Objective
  • You should be able to identify the various repeat and related signs and understand their use in a score.
  • Instruction
  • Watch the following video:
  • Repeats Part 1: Repeat Bar & Multiple Endings (Somerset Academy of Music)
  • Repeats Part 2: Italian Phrases (Somerset Academy of Music)
  • Applications
  • Watch the following video from 3:08 to 13:10:
  • Repeat Signs used in Music Charts(creativeguitarstudio)
  • Review-Section 3, Lesson 2
  • If needed you can review the information in Section 3, Lesson 2, by reading through slides 5 and 6 at About.com Musical Symbols of Piano Music: Part Two:
  • Musical Repeat Signs

(Used with permission from http://www.signology.org/music-symbols/index.htm)

slide15
Section 4: Other Score Markings

Lesson 1: Tempo Markings

  • Objective
  • You should be able to identify tempo markings in music, know their Italian names, and describe their function.
  • Instruction
  • Watch the following video:
  • Music Theory - Tempo markings (Showme App)
  • Examples/Practice
  • Watch the following video:
  • How to Read Tempo Markings in Sheet Music (expertvilliage)
  • Self Check
  • Play the following games.
  • Tempo Word Search (Music Tech Teacher)
  • Tempo Walk (Music Tech Teacher)

(Used with permission from http://www.signology.org/music-symbols/index.htm)

slide16
Section 4: Other Score Markings

Lesson 2: Dynamic Markings

  • Objective
  • You should be able to identify dynamic markings in music, know their Italian names, and describe their function.
  • Instruction
  • Watch the following video:
  • Symbols and Definitions: Dynamics (Jennifer Castro)
  • Examples/Practice
  • Watch the following video:
  • Dynamic Dynamics! (Susana Quinteros)
  • Self Check
  • Take the following quiz:
  • Travis Choir Dynamics Quiz (ProProfs Quiz Maker)
  • Review –Section 4, Lesson 2
  • If needed you can review the information in Section 4, Lesson 2, by reading
  • through the following slides at treblis.com:
  • Dynamic Marks, and the first three icons here.

(Used with permission from http://www.signology.org/music-symbols/index.htm)

slide17
Section 4: Other Score Markings

Lesson 3: Common Articulations

Lesson 4: Sharps, Flats, & Naturals

  • Objective
  • You should be able to identify common articulation markings in music, know their Italian names, and describe their function.
  • Instruction
  • Watch the following video:
  • Musical Articulations (Club Academia)
  • Articulation in Music (Craig Ward)
  • Objective
  • You should be able to identify sharp, flat, and natural signs in music and describe their function.
  • Instruction
  • Sharps, Flats and Naturals (Anne Crosby Gaudet)

(Used with permission from http://www.signology.org/music-symbols/index.htm)

slide18
Section 4: Rhythm Notation
  • Lessons 1-4 Review
  • Self Check
  • Music Definitions Match Game (Music Tech Teacher)
  • Music Term/Expression Match (Music Tech Teacher)
  • Music Term Hangman (Music Tech Teacher)
  • Note: To review music terms click "Music Terms"
  • button at the bottom of this game.

(Used with permission from http://www.signology.org/music-symbols/index.htm)

congratulations

Congratulations!

You have completed

Music Theory

Unit 1

This box for assessment instruction or other information for completing unit.

(Used with permission from http://www.signology.org/music-symbols/index.htm)

ad