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Chapter 1 Study Guide

by: Abby McCarty

Chapter 1 Study Guide MUSC 170-01

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These notes cover all materials needed on the Chapter One Test
Music Theory 1
Mr. McKinney
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Music History, Music, Music Appreciation, Education
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This 3 page Study Guide was uploaded by Abby McCarty on Saturday September 17, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to MUSC 170-01 at Glenville State College taught by Mr. McKinney in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 11 views. For similar materials see Music Theory 1 in Music at Glenville State College.


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Date Created: 09/17/16
Chapter 1 T est Study Guide: 1. Be able to identify Bass, Treble, All Movable Clefs • be able to identify all notes 2. Be able to draw a Grand Staf • treble and bass connected by middle C • be sure to connect the stafs 3. Be able to identify all notes and their numbers. • C4,D4,E4, etc pg.6 4. Be able to identify sharps, flats, double sharps and double flats. • make sure accidentals are in front, and in the right spot • raising a note a half step makes it a natural 5. Enharmonic Equivalents • C# = Db 6-9. Time Signatures • 4/4 = simple quadruple (quarter note gets the beat, 4 beats in a measure) • 3/4 = simple, triple • 9/8 = compound triple • 11/8 = asymmetrical • 6/8= compound, duple • 12/8 = compound, quadruple 10. Syncopation • pg.14 • part of a measure accented, thats not usually accented = syncopation 11. Dynamic Markings • < crescendo • > descrecendo • f fortissimo • pp pianissimo • f forte • p piano 12, 13. Music History 14. Shape Notes • Each means a diferent pitch • brevis • longa • duplex longa • semibrevis 15. Franco of Cologne • father of early notation 16. What is Guidos Hand? 17. Medieval • 500-1450 18. Stems • by itself usually goes down (until B) • notes go down, stems usually go down (use no more than line or space) • dots go slightly above line (if a line note) ***** BE ABLE TO CORRECT MUSIC***** 20. Identify all notes and spaces on all clefs 21. Stemmed notes on ledger lines, go to the middle line 22. Know notes and rests 23. Know how to use ties and dots 24. 8va, 8vb • 8va (makes note an octave higher) • 8vb (makes note an octave lower)


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