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Melody Vs. Harmony

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Tori Simkins

on 18 October 2012

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Transcript of Melody Vs. Harmony

What makes the melody cool Harmony C Scale C=1
B=7 Harmony
Definition: the simultaneous combination of notes in a chord When two or more notes are played at the same time Harmony is created by playing a combination of these pitches at the same time. I chords
IV chords
Vchords Chords A group of notes sounded together, as the basis of harmony I Chord
made up of scale degree 1, 3, 5 IV chord
made up of scale degree 4, 6, 8 V chord
made up of scale degree 5, 7, 2 What is required to have harmony? one note? six notes? zero notes? three notes? Which notes? Does the order matter? What about G major?
Can you make a I chord in G major?
A V chord in G major?
A IV chord? Scale Degrees:
G=? A=? B=?
C=? D=? E=?
F#=? What makes a I Chord?
A IV Chord?
A V chord? 5=?
1=? 1=?
4=? 2=?
5=? An example of melody, not harmony Difference between melody and harmony? Today we will be learning about Harmony! We will learn what harmony is, how to build a chord and the difference between harmony and melody. However, the harmony we will focus on will be chords made up of only three notes. By the end of the lesson today, each of you will be able to build a I, IV, or V chord in any key using scale degrees As well as be able to identify harmony from melody Activity!

7 students will get flashcards, one side with numbers, the other with notes.

Standing at the front of the room, students will arrange themselves so that their flashcards make a chord (I, IV, V)
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