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Pitch

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David Humphreys

on 17 June 2012

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Transcript of Pitch

"Pitch refers to the relative highness and lowness of sounds. Important aspects include high, low, higher and lower pitches, direction of pitch movement, melody, harmony, indefinite and definite pitch."
The Concepts of Music (part II)
Pitch
Tonality...
Harmony...
Melody...
Diatonic (Major or minor)

Blues Scale

Pentatonic Scale
Modal

Chromatic

Atonal
"the pitch arrangement chosen by the composer, usually based on a scale or mode"
[Board of Studies NSW 1999, Music 1 Stage 6 Preliminary and HSC Courses, Sydney, NSW.]
"is two or more pitches sounding together."
Dissonant/Consonant

Harmonic Features

Chord Structure
Modulation

Harmonic Rhythm

Accompaniment
"is a horizontal succession of pitches"
Melodic Contour
& movement
Melodic Arrangement

Register
Definite/indefinite

Melodic Features

Range
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