History of Rock week 1 notes
History of Rock week 1 notes MUCO 120
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History of Rock: Week 1 Notes Rhythm- How sound (musical) moves through time Tempo-How quickly the rhythm moves through time Meter-How rhythmic accents make phrases Pitch- A specific frequency in a sound; Frequency- Different rates of vibrations Note-Pitches that are used musically Interval- distance between notes; Octave- An interval having eight notes, from a note to another note that either doubles in pitch or halves in pitch. Ex. C octave: C D E F G A B C Chromatic scale –All twelve notes being used; Ex. When using a piano, going from white key to white key with the black key in between is a whole note and going from white key to the key next to it without a black key in between is a half note , in an interval which equates to 12 notes. Scale- is just seven notes Ex. C D E F G A B; subsets of the scales are the major scale, minor scale, and blues scale. Key- the tonal center of a musical song. Ex C major, C minor, A flat minor, etc. Melody- a series of notes Tune- a crafted series of notes Riff- fragment of musical melody that used over and over again Hook- a memorable melody Harmony-play more than one note at the same time Chord-same or more than three notes played at the same time Chord progression-idea of going from one chord to another Consonance- nice, relaxed sounding harmonies Dissonance- clashing, tension inducing harmonies
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