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Quia
Level 3
Quarter 2
Week 1
6/8 Time Signature
6 Beats per measure
Eighth note gets the beat
Note Values in 6/8
=
1 COUNT
=
2 COUNTS
Note Values in 6/8
=
3 COUNTS
=
6 COUNTS
6/8 Time Signature
Write in the counts for the following examples:
1 2 3 4 5 6
1_2_3_4_5_6
6/8 Time Signature
1
2_3 4_5 6
1_2_3_4_5_6
6/8 Time Signature
1_2_3_4_5_6
1
2_3
4_5_6
6/8 Time Signature
1_2 3 4 5_6
1 2 3 4_5_6
Staccato
An Italian term that indicates
notes should be short and
separated
Draw a staccato note next to the definition of staccato
Legato
An Italian term that
indicates notes should be
played smooth and
connected
Quia
Level 3
Quarter 2
Week 2
Flats
NAME: Flat Symbol
What does a flat do to a note?
A flat symbol
lowers a note a half
step
Flats
Practice
drawing flats
THREE times
Flats
Gb
G
Move down a HALF STEP from G
Order of the Flats
There is a certain order that flats get used in…
WHAT’S THE ORDER OF THE FLATS?
BEADGCF
Order of the Flats
Take TWO minutes to
come up with a saying
you can use to
remember the order of
the flats
Flat Identification
What flats are being used?
Bb
Eb
Ab
F
D
B
G
E
C
A
F
E
Flat Identification
What flats are being used?
Bb
Eb
Ab
Db
Gb
Cb
Fb
Flat Identification
What flats are being used?
Bb
Finding “DO”
NO FLATS OR SHARPS
DO = C
Finding “DO”
NO FLATS OR SHARPS
Key
signature
is CLEAR
Finding “DO”
ONE FLAT
Do = F
Finding “DO”
ONE FLAT
First
Flat
Rule for Finding “DO”
The second to last
flat is the key
signature
Rule for Finding “DO”
1.Find second to
last flat
2.Determine name
of the flat
3.Name of flat = DO
DO = D-FLAT
Finding “DO”
TWO FLATS
Do = B-flat
Finding “DO”
THREE FLATS
Do = E-flat
Finding “DO”
FOUR FLATS
Do = A-flat
Finding “DO”
FIVE FLATS
Do = D-flat
Finding “DO”
SIX FLATS
Do = G-flat
Finding “DO”
SEVEN FLATS
Do = C-flat
Practice
Draw in the flats on the staff for the
following key signature.
DO = E-FLAT
Practice
Draw in the flats on the staff for the
following key signatures.
DO = G-FLAT
Practice
Draw in the flats on the staff for the
following key signatures.
DO = F
Flat Solfege
WHAT IS DO?
E-Flat
DO
TI
DO
RE
MI
Flat Solfege
WHAT IS DO?
F
MI
RE
DO
TI
DO
Flat Solfege
WHAT IS DO?
D-Flat
DO
TI
LA
TI
DO
Flat Solfege
WHAT IS DO?
C-Flat
DO
MI
SOL MI
DO
st
1
Endings
Name: FIRST ENDING
What does this music marking
mean?
The first time you sing
through the music you
take this ending and go
back to the repeat sign
nd
2
Endings
Name: SECOND ENDING
What does this music marking
mean?
The second time you sing
through the music you take
this ending and go on to
the next section of music
st
nd
1 /2
Endings
Both symbols together
First time through:
take first ending and go
back to repeat sign
Second time through:
Take second ending
and go on to next
section of music
st
nd
1 /2
Endings
1.Where is the first ending?
2.Where is the second ending?
Quia
Level 3
Quarter 2
Week 3
Triad
Definition: A chord of three notes,
each a third apart
Solfege Used for a Triad
SOL
MI
DO
Accidentals
A note whose pitch does not
belong to the current key
signature. Accidentals are typically
marked by flats, sharps, and
natural signs.
Solfege w/ Accidentals
Write in the solfege
DO
RE
MI
FA
SOL
LA
TI
DO
Solfege w/ Accidentals
DO
TI
TE
LA
LE
SOL
SE
FA
MI
ME
RE
RA
DO
Solfege w/ Accidentals
IF G WAS “TI”, THEN G-FLAT WOULD BE
TE
IF F WAS “SOL,” THEN F-FLAT WOULD BE
SE
IF B WAS “MI” then B-FLAT WOULD BE ME
IF D WAS “LA” THEN D-FLAT WOULD BE
LE
Accidental Solfege
DO =
SE =
TI =
FA =
TE =
MI =
LA =
ME =
LE =
RE =
SOL =
RA =
Accidental Solfege
DO = C
SE =Gb
TI =B
FA =F
MI
TE =Bb
MI =E
LA
DO
LA =A
ME =Eb
LE = Ab
RE = D
TE LA SOL
SOL = G
RA = Db
ME
Accidental Solfege
DO =
SE =
TI =
FA =
TE =
MI =
LA =
ME =
LE =
RE =
SOL =
RA =
Accidental Solfege
DO = G
SE =Db
TI = F#
FA =C
DO
TE =Fnat LA =E
MI =B
ME =Bb
DO SOL LA
ME
LE = Eb
RE = A
RA
SOL = D
RA = Ab
DO
Accidental Solfege
DO =
SE =
TI =
FA =
TE =
MI =
LA =
ME =
LE =
RE =
SOL =
RA =
Accidental Solfege
DO = D
SE =Ab
TI = C#
FA = G
TE =Cnat LA = B
LE = Bb
MI =F#
ME =Fnat RE = E
SOL LE DO
TI
DO
TI LE
SOL = A
RA = Eb
SOL
Quia
Level 3
Quarter 2
Week 4
Major
Definition: A bright or happy sound
Example: Major sounding music makes
me think of sunny days.
Minor
Definition: A sad or dark sound
Example: Minor sounding music makes
me think of cloudy rainy days.
Relative Minor
Definition: A minor key signature that
will have the same flats or sharps as
the major key signature but will begin
on a different note.
Finding Relative Minor
Step #1: Take your major key signature
Key Signature = C
Finding Relative Minor
Step #2: Go DOWN a THIRD from your
major key signature
Major
Key Signature
=C
Down a Third
C B A
1 2 3
Minor
Key Signature
=A
Finding Relative Minor
Step #1: Determine your minor key
signature
Minor
Key Signature = A
Finding Relative Minor
Major Key Signature = A
Major
Key Signature
Down a Third
=A
Minor
Key Signature
= F#
A G# F#
1 2 3
Minor Key Signature = F#
Finding Relative Minor
Major Key Signature = F#
Major
Key Signature
Down a Third
= F#
Minor
Key Signature
= D#
F# E D#
1 2 3
Minor Key Signature = D#
Finding Relative Minor
Major Key Signature = Eb
Major
Key Signature
Down a Third
= Eb
Minor
Key Signature
=C
Eb D C
1 2 3
Minor Key Signature = C
Finding Relative Minor
Major Key Signature = D
Major
Key Signature
Down a Third
=D
Minor
Key Signature
=B
Eb D C
1 2 3
Minor Key Signature = B
Relative Minor Scales
Major
Scale Starts on
Down a Third
= DO
Minor
Scale Starts on
= LA
Do Ti La
1 2 3
Relative Minor Scales
Major Scale = DO
RE MI FA SOL LA TI DO
Down a Third to
find LA
Minor Scale=
LA TI DO RE MI FA SOL LA
Relative Minor Triads
Major Triad = DO
MI SOL MI DO
Down a Third to
find LA
Minor Triad =
LA DO MI DO LA
Quia
Level 3
Quarter 2
Week 5
Sixteenth Notes
Note Name:
SIXTEENTH NOTE
Note Duration:
¼ Count
Counting Sixteenth Notes
+
+
+
=
4 sixteenth notes = 1 beat
Counting Sixteenth Notes
4 sixteenth notes = 1 beat
=
1e+a
Rhythm Counting
1 e + a (2_3) 4 e + a 1_2_3_4
1 e + a 2 e + a (3_4) 1 e + a 2 + 3 e + a (4)
Rhythm Counting
1 e + a 2_+_3 + (4)
1 e + a 2 +_3_+ (4)
Interval
Definition: The distance between
two pitches
Example: A major third is an example
of an interval.
Labeling Intervals
How do you label a major interval?
M
How do you label a minor interval?
m
How do you label a perfect interval?
P
Interval
Note Names: G
and
1
and
Interval is: SECOND
A
2
Interval
What do you notice
about the notes in
an interval of a
second?
Interval
Note Names: G
and
1
and
Interval is: THIRD
B
3
Interval
What do you notice
about the notes in
an interval of a
third?
Intervals and Solfege
DO RE
MI
FA
SOL
LA
TI
DO
What solfege syllable is a second above DO?
RE
What solfege syllable is a third above DO?
MI
Intervals
What note is a second above C?
D
What note is a third above C?
E

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