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What is Music
Sound organized into a variety of systems
3 systems of music
Melody, Harmony, Rythem
Melody
Musics horizontal system. One note at a time.
Octave
Melody. Same note but eight notes higher.
A scale
Melody. ABCDEFGA
Scale degree
Melody. number that corresponds with each note in a scale.
Scale Types
Melody. Major, Minor, Modal
Major
Melody. C SCale, or if sharp or flat.
Minor
Melody. A Scale
Modal
Melody. B,D,E,F,G scales
Pitch
Melody. regular vibration in music.
Duration
Melody. time between different pitches.
Rhythem
The feelilng of music
Beat
Rhythem. Regular pulses in music
Types of beat
Rhythem. Douple, Triple
Double Beat
Rhythem. Strong beat followed by a week beat
triple beat
Rhythem. strong beat followed by 2 week beats
Time signature
Rhythem. Beats per measure
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note that gets a beat
Tempo
Rhythem. rate of speed
Syncopation
Rhythem. shifting of a accent from a stron to a weak after beat
Harmony
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Chord
Harmony. 3 or more notes simultaneously.
Triad
Harmony. 3 note cord obtained by skipping a letter in a scale. ACE
Aspects of a cord
Harmony. Major, minor, increasing, deminishing
chord extension
Harmony. adding notes to a cord to make it bigger
Cord progression
Harmony. begin on 1 and end on 1
Primary cord
Harmony. I, IV, V
Strongest cord relationship
Harmony. I, V
Form
How it is put together. Composed of two things
what makes form
# repeted, # contrasted.
Tone Color
what makes an instrument sound like it does
Insatrumentation
Tone Color. the instruments used
Orchestration
Tone Color. how the instruments are used.
Dynamics
Louds and softs
Ragtime Form
AABBACCDD
March Form
AABBCCDD
Ragtime uses what instument
Piano
LH, Ragtime
Rythem and Harmony
RH, Ragtime
Melody and syncopation
John Phillip Sousa
Marches. The march king
Scott Joplin
King of Ragtime. Maple Leaves Rag
Charley Patton
Father of Delta Blues
W.C. Handy
Fathern of the Blues. St. Louis Blues
Vernon and Irene castle
Legitamised Ragtime dancing
James Reese Europe
started the mixing of different types of jazz of the time.