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1st Ledger Accidental Sharps ad lib Appendix Appoggiatura ascending Base Notes beginning Black Keys Breve BURROWES'S Calando CHAP Chromatic Scale Chromatic Semitone consequently Crotchet Diatonic Scale Double Bar Double Flat Double Sharp Enharmonic example Exercise XII Fifth higher Figures fingers Flats or Sharps Forte found the order G Minor Give an Exercise Interval Inverted Turn Key is struck Key Note KEYS WITH SHARPS Leading Note Ledger Lines lower Note lower Tetrachord lowest Master meaning Mezzo Mezzo Forte Minim Minor Key Minor Scale Name or write Note named order of Keys pendix Piano Piano-Forte piece of Music Planxty Pupil Relative Major Relative Minor relative of F Rest Scale of G Semibreve Sharps or Flats Signature signifies six Quavers Sixth and Seventh Slur Staff Subdominant TEACHING IN CLASSES three Quavers Tones and Semitones Tonic Treble and Base Treble Clef Treble Notes upper Tetrachord Write the Scale
Page 40 - Semitones are between the Third and Fourth, and between the Seventh and Eighth of the Scale.
Page 18 - USED IN MUSIC. WHAT is the use of Double Bars ? Double Bars are placed in the middle, or at the end of a piece of Music, to shew that a part, or the whole, is finished.
Page 72 - England in 1810, a«d the year fol«• lowing married his present wife. • His first publication after his return was the " Appendix," to his " Introduction to the art of Playing on the Piano Forte," a work which has been of infinite use both to the profession and to the public, and the demand for which, has constantly augmented in proportion as its excellence has been discovered. He next adapted the twelve grand symphonies of...
Page 37 - How many Keys have the same Signature? . . There are two of each. For example, every Tonic, or Key Note, has its Relative Minor*. How is the Relative Minor of any Key to be found ? The Relative Minor of every Key is a Minor Third below.