Introduction to Music Class #2

Introduction to Music Class #2

Introduction to Music Ch 3: Rhythm Ch 4: Notation Ch. 3: Rhythm Rhythm = general termapplies to any regularly recurring events the ordered flow of music through time beat = fundamental organizer of music recurs at regular time intervals tempo = # of beats/minute

Sousa Mozart Caroubel Winter Dipper Caroubel Morley Bach Parker

Find the beat and determine the tempo for each of these excerpts. Rhythm = general termapplies to any regularly recurring events the ordered flow of music through time beat = fundamental organizer of music recurs at regular time intervals tempo = # of beats/minute meter = # of beats in a group accenting selected beats groups them rhythm = precise term for time-lengths of sounds and silences measured in beats or parts of beats.

Rhythm Practice finding the meter for each excerpt. 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 Duple meter 123123123 Sousa downbeat Triple meter Caroubel Dipper Morley Parker

1 Mozart Backbeat Winter Caroubel Winter 2 Bach 1 3

2 Rhythm More practice perceiving the beat and meter Ravel Triple Mozart Duple Bach Duple Click to look this up!

Dowland Triple Chopin Triple (hint: very rubato!) Brubeck Septuple!! (Duple + Duple + Triple) Rhythm accents can reinforce the feeling for beat and meter. lessen the feeling for beat and meter, producing syncopation. Rhythm in musical notation

measure = musical container holding beats 123| 123| 123| 123| Staff bar line downbeat (remember this?) = first & most accented beat in each measure Ch. 4--Notation Communicates: pitch--highness or lowness in, below, or above the staff Frre Jacques America Row, Row, Row Yankee Doodle Mary Had a Little

rhythm--appearance of notes and rests longer, slower moving shorter, faster moving Before next class: 1. Read the syllabus thoroughly & fill out Syllabus Checklist. 2. Register on Connect Kamien. 3. Scan read Part I: Ch, 5, 6, 7 Part III: Ch 3, 10 4. Re-read/study Ch 1, 2, 3, 4

Learn musical term definitions. Practice naming instruments by sound. YouTube Gems Connect Kamien 3 practice tasks 5. Explore: Text--learn structure & organization. Connect Kamien McGraw-Hill Online Leaning Center D. W. Ritz's S.U. website

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