Essentials of Music Theory, Bk 2: Alto Clef (Viola) Edition
Alfred's Essentials of Music Theory is designed for students of any age, whether listeners or performers, who want to have a better understanding of the language of music. In this all-in-one theory course, you will learn the essentials of music through concise lessons, practice your music reading and writing skills in the exercises, improve your listening skills with the available ear-training CDs (sold separately), and test your knowledge with a review that completes each unit. Computer software is also available with randomized drilling of the material and scorekeeping.
This Alto Clef edition includes primarily alto clef examples, but also presents treble and bass clef examples.
Book 2 (Lessons 25-50): Tetrachords & Major Scales * Key Signatures * Chromatic Scale * Intervals, Circle of Fifths * Perfect, Major & Minor Intervals * Augmented & Diminished Intervals * Solf ge & Transposition * Sixteenth Notes & Rests * Dotted Eighth Notes & Eighth Note Triplets * Common Time & Cut Time * 3/8 & 6/8 Time Signatures * Pick-up Notes & Syncopation * Primary & Major Triads * Scale Degree Names * Dominant 7th Chord.
The complete line of Alfred's Essentials of Music Theory includes Student Books, a Teacher's Answer Key, Ear-Training CDs, Double Bingo games, Flash Cards, Reproducible Teacher's Activity Kits, and interactive software for students and teachers in private study, studio and network environments.
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Perfect and Major Intervals
and Time Signatures at Fast Tempos
16th rests 1st tetrachord 2nd tetrachord 3rd measure 3rd Root 4th scale degree Add bar lines alphabetical order ascending augmented intervals beats per measure called the chord chromatic scale starting CIRCLE OF FIFTHS Clap the rhythm Complete the measures diatonic intervals EAR TRAINING EIGHTH NOTE fast tempo flat keys flat scale following example following major key G major given note given the Roman half steps occur harmonic interval incomplete measure key of F LEADING TONE Listen major 2nd major interval major key signatures Major Scale Keynote major triad MEDIANT minor 7th missing notes note or chord number of beats octave perfect or major Pick-up Notes played twice primary triads receives 1 beat rhythm pattern Roman numeral root position scales and key sharp scale sharps or flats solfege syllables SUBDOMINANT SUBMEDIANT SUPERTONIC Track TRAINING FOR LESSONS trip-let W W H whole and half whole step Write the following