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Basic Music Theory

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mat krefting

on 4 September 2013

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Transcript of Basic Music Theory

Basic Music Theory
Quarter Note
Has a duration of one beat.
Eighth Note
Has the duration of a half beat.
Half Note
Has a duration of two beats.
Note Types
Can you think of any memorable (but appropriate) acrostics for the Treble and Bass Clef?

Ex. Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge
(Treble Lines)
Good Boys Deserve Fudge Always
(Bass Lines)

Whole Note
Has a duration of four beats.
The Grand Staff
Notes are placed at specific locations on the Grand Staff so we know what tones to play!
Treble clef
Notes that play in the higher octaves use the treble clef, also known as the G clef.
Treble clef lines and spaces
People like to use acrostics to remember the note names in the treble clef.
Bass Clef
The lower pitched instruments often read off the Bass Clef. It is also known as the F Clef
Bass Clef lines and spaces
There are also acrostics to learning bass clef!
Make your own Acrostic!
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