What notes are in the F# major scale?
eLearning Day Two!!!
Follow the link below and identify the notes and their locations on the piano. Make sure that you identify what "C's" the note is in-between (Hint: C4 is middle C). That will help you locate the note on the piano keyboard. When completed upload a screen shot of your score.
Happy 1st eLearning Day!!!
Complete the bell ringer as usual. I will check them on Friday. Complete the other assignments and submit through Showbie (Sign up code: 6FLBC)
What notes are in the ii-7 chord in the key of Bb Major. (See yesterday's bell run get for a refresher on how to figure it out.)
Assignment Option #1 (If you have a piano/keyboard)
Submit a video of you performing the first page of the Turkish March with a metronome.
Assignment Option #2
Write in the counts and circles for first three lines of the linked sheet. After you write in the counts, count (out loud) and clap the rhythm of the first two lines. Make sure you use a metronome.
Time to play Turkish March!
Plan for the day
1. Go over bell ringers from Thursday and Friday
2. Pop Song Chord progression Selection
3. Turkish March
1. Create a Major scale starting on a D.
2. What notes are in the 7th chord created from the 6th scale degree
What to practice?
Page one of Turkish march at the tempo I gave you. I will grade on Monday 1/28
Need More? Can you play Page 2?
1. Major scales and how they are constructed....
2. Playing Turkish March with Metronome
Finish Playing Test: First four of Turkish March (w/ metro)
Next Playing Test: All of page one of Turkish March (w/ metro)
Beat Maps and how to read them
Playing Test (First 4 of Turkish March with Metronome)
Chord Progression and Playing test
Figure out the roots for the following chord progression. (Hint: the root of the I chord is C)
iii vi ii V I
Practice the first two lines of Turkish March I will listen and grade Line one on Thursday, 1/17
Practice Technique and steady beat
How many flats are in the following piece of music
Turkish March (Accidental Rule #1)
Rhythm, beat, pulse...