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Transcript of Modulations
Modulations Utilize shared materials between two keys Other
Modulations Continue from the Pivot Chord in the new key. Establish the new key with a cadence. Step 4. Common Tone Utilizes a note (tone) shared between two keys to modulate from one key to the next. Step 1. Step 2. End the first key with a chord featuring one of the "Common Tones" Step 3. Hold out the common tone on its own for at least one beat. Step 4. To Analyze Common Chord Modulations: 1. Look and/or listen for the first chord that seems to function more naturally in the 2nd key than in the first key. 2. Move back one chord, looking for a potential Pivot Chord. Analyze the available notes in two keys for common tones. Write a short progression in the first key, establishing the first tonality with at least one cadence. Continue in the new key, beginning with a chord featuring the common tone. Step 5. To Analyze Common Tone Modulations: 1. Look for the isolated, held tone. Closely Related = separated by no more than 1 accidental. Most Common Chord Modulations are between two "Closely Related"keys. A prolonged shift from one tonic to another within a piece Only considered a modulation if the TONIC NOTE changes.* Is changing from Major to minor a modulation? If the major and minor keys do not have the same tonic, then it is considered a modulation If the major and minor keys share the same tonic, then it is considered a change of mode, not a modulation. * Common chord modulations are labeled by highlighting the shared chord. F: I IV I vi __: ii I V __: i V i iv e: i III V i iv __: ii• i V i D: I V I vii• Noteflight Link: Homework 2/24: http://www.noteflight.com/scores/view/df973a1ea138df1701d9531f242b2a8c8aeff117 http://www.noteflight.com/scores/view/c5e9f48681b9c317eb08516d4a1b8e3617e89598 AP Music Theory February 25, 2011 Giant Steps - John Coltrane ...sort of. Class:
NCT Quiz ID + Write NCT's http://prezi.com/gqlj_cahidjc/non-chord-tones/ 2. Look for the tone familiar to both keys. Sequential Takes thematic material and re-uses it in new keys Write thematic material (melody, chord sequence, etc.) Step 1. Repeat that thematic material again in a new key or series of keys. Step 2. Write your own examples on the board Write your own examples on the board Warm-up:
Homework March 3, 2011 AP Music Theory Eruption - Eddie Van Halen Write the 5 closely related keys for:
FM GM bm ebm f#m Dictation Quiz:
Roman Numerals and Inversions
Modulations (cont.) Write a 4-part, 8-bar chorale with a common-tone modulation bm ## - (bm); DM ### - AM, f#m # - GM, em #
# 0 # - CM, am # - (GM); em
# ## - (bm); DM GM FM b b - BbM, gm b - (FM); dm 0 b - CM, am b ebm f#m AP Music Theory Sequences
Sequential Modulations Modest Mussorgsky, "Pictures at an Exhibition," cond. by Valery Gergiev Write a 4-part, 8-bar chorale with a common-tone modulation Write a simple, 2-bar melody in the key of CM Warm-up:
Homework March 7, 2011