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Music Theory

Basic music theory terms and symbols in melody and rhythm
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Alyssa Pitcher

on 23 August 2010

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Transcript of Music Theory


Ledger Lines Accidentals Sharp Flat Natural Letter Names Clefs Treble Clef Bass Clef Videos First Time Second Time Your Not Sorry First Time Second Time RANDOM Question!! How many Notes are there on a keybored/piano? 88!
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36 black Theird Time Theird Time Piano Theory Guitar Theory Piano Gutair Turn Right First Time Second Time Third Time Pitch Pitch is a subjective sensation, reflecting generally the lowness or highness of a sound. In a musical context, some people have what is called perfect pitch and can assign an isolated tone to its place on a musical scale Rhythm Rhythm is the arrangement of sounds and silences in time A melody is a series of notes sounding in succession Melody Harmony is the study of vertical sonorities in music. Vertical sonority refers to considering the relationships between pitches that occur together. Harmony Octives An octive is a note that you play with the same notes

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