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Octave
From any (for example) C up or down to the next C. It is the same note but just higher or lower in its pitch.
Octave Register
All the pitches from C up to, but not including, the next c are said to be the same...
Staff
Five lines and four spaces; indicaes the precise pitch.
Leger Lines
Lines that can be extended by the staff indefinetely
Clef
comes at the begining of the staff; indicates pitches associated with each line and space
Grand Cleff
Two staves joined by a brace; treble on top and bass on the bottom
Major Scale
specific pattern of whole and half steps (T,T,S,T,T,T,S)
Half Step
distance from one key to the next
Whole Step
skips the next key (Ex. C-D)
Tetrachords
Major scale can be seperated as two identical four-note patterns separated by a whole step.
Accidental
A symbol that raises or lowers a pitch by a half or whold step
Key
Identifies the first degree in the scale
Key Signature
Pattern of sharps and flats
Enharmonic
Notes that are spelled differently but sound the same
Transposition
If two keys are not enharmonic to each other they are this..
Transpose
Write or play some key other than the original
Natural Minor Scale
Semitones 2&3, 5&6/ 6,7,3 are semitone lower than tonic major
Harmonic Minor
Semitones 2&3, 5&6, 7&8/ raise the 7 going up and down/ 3&6 lower then tonic major
Melodic Minor
Ascending 2&3, 7&8, Descending 6&5, 3&2/ Sharp 6&7 going up but lower it going down
Relates
When the same key signatures are shared
Paralleles
If a M & m scale share the same 1
Intervals
Measures pitch between 2 notes
Perfect Intervals
4th, 5th whn major they are considered perfect (P1, P4, P5, P8)
Augmented Interval
Half a step larger
Diminished
Half a step lower
Interval Inversion
Constant value of 9
Bass
The lower voice