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By Eric Taylor

ISBN-10: 1854724924

ISBN-13: 9781854724922

This paintings encompasses a certain checklist of the necessities for the Grade three concept of song exam, details that could be wanted within the context of the exam, specimen questions and routines, and information on their options. It offers a valid origin for somebody wishing to appreciate track concept because it is utilized in perform. a large choice of tune examples are used to demonstrate the texts and to supply routines.

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The r-I- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - , And gio - ry shone a - round. In the Elgar melody above, all the phrases begin on the first beat of a bar. In 'While shepherds watched', however, they all begin on a minim before the bar-line. Phrases can begin at any point in a bar. But wherever they begin, the phrases in a melody often start with the same rhythm, or with rhythms which are nearly the same. For example, the Elgar phrases not only all begin on the first beat of a bar, they also start with a minim.

8 9 ~6§~7 ,-.. ~ 10. etc. 4~\' ~ , == ~ ~ .. ~9h (a) Give the meaning of Largo . (b) What key is the first line of the music in? (c) What key is the second line of the music in? (d) Describe the time (simple or compound; duple, triple or quadruple) (e) Give the numbers of two bars which have the same rhythm .. (f) Name the two intervals marked (i) and (ii). (i) (ii) . (g) Draw a circle round the 5th degree of the scale whenever it appears in bars 1-5. (h) Give the number of a bar in which the melody jumps an octave ........

Fortunately, rhythm is nearly always the best single guide to phrase structure. Two more introductory points need to be made: (1) Although 2-, 4- and 8-bar phrases are by far the most common, others may be found. 7etc. f (2) In all the above examples, phrases have been shown by r - I signs. They are deliberately used here because they are not used in real music: thus it is easy to see what the composer wrote and what has been added simply for study purposes. In real music, signs are used not to show where phrases begin and end, but how they are to be performed - in detail.

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