Theory I Notes Week 4
Theory I Notes Week 4 MUSI 115 - 002
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Date Created: 09/25/16
Theory I Notes9/22/16 Introduction to Intervals Scale Degrees I : Tonic, or the first note of the scale II: Supertonic, or the second note of the scale III: Mediant, or the third note of the scale IV: SubDominant, or the the fourth note of the scale V: Dominant, or the fifth note of the scale VI: Submediant, or the 6th note of the scale VII: Leading Tone or Subtonic, this depends on the type of seventh note in a scale Leading Tone vs. Subtonic When the note is a half step below the tonic, it is a leading tone When the note is a whole step below the tonic, it is a subtonic In the Minor Scale, the Mediant and Submediant are the only notes that change. Each goes down a half step. Interval: This is the distance between 2 notes If Melodic, these notes are played separately If Harmonic, these notes are played at the same time An interval in the major scale is either Perfect or Major Perfect Intervals include: Unison, Octave, Fourth, and Fifth Major Intervals include: Second, Third, Sixth, and Seventh
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