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Quia
Level 2
Quarter 2
Week 1
Dotted Quarter Note
Adding a DOT to a note:
A dot after a note takes half the note
value and adds it to the original note,
creating a new note.
Dotted Quarter Note
3
+
1
+
1½
=
½
=
Draw
Note
Write
Counts
6
Dotted Quarter Note
Note Name: Dotted Quarter Note
Note Duration: 1 ½ Counts
Counting Dotted Quarter Notes
1_+_2
=
=
1_+_2 +
Rhythm Counting
When counting dotted
quarter notes, you
connect all three counts
with underscores
1_+_2
+
3_+_4
+
1_2_3_4
Rhythm Counting
1_+_2 +
3 +
4
(1_2) 3_+_4 +
When the dotted quarter note comes
before the eighth note, counting for
dotted quarter notes will look like a
sandwich with “numbers” sandwiching
an “and sign” in the middle
1_+_2
+
(1) +
(2) +
1_+_2 +
Rhythm Counting
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 2
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
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
Quia
Level 2
Quarter 2
Week 3
Flat Review
What’s the order of the flats?
BEADGCF
Flat Review
What’s the rule for finding “DO”?
The second to last
flat is the key
signature
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
Triad
Definition: A chord of three notes,
each a third apart
Solfege Used for a Triad
SOL
MI
DO
Quia
Level 2
Quarter 2
Week 4
Counting Dotted Quarter Notes
=
1 +_2_+
When the eighth note comes before the
dotted quarter note, counting for dotted
quarter notes will look like a sandwich
with “and signs” sandwiching a “number”
in the middle
Rhythm Counting
1 + 2
+ 3
+_4_+
1 +_2_+ (3_4)
(1) 2_3_4
Rhythm Counting
1
+_2_+
(3) +
4 (+)
Quia
Level 2
Quarter 2
Week 5
Rhythm Counting
(1_2) 3_+_4 +
1 +_2_+
3_4
1 +_2_+ 3_+_4 +
1_2_3_4
Rhythm Counting
1_+_2 + 3
1 +_2_+ 3
1 2 +_3_+
(4)
(1_2)
3_+_4 +

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