A practical guide to music literacy

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All the topics of the course the musical school in this manual sets out the following principle: the first provides a brief theoretical formulation, followed by musical table or diagram, accompanied by musical examples; concludes each topic Sample tasks.

A distinctive feature of this guide is the lack of extensive explanations and maximum visibility.

As a supplement to this edition attached dictionary with brief explanations of musical terms found in the text of this manual.

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Foreword 3
1. The names of sounds ... ... 5
2. Names of octaves ... ... 6
3. Placement of notes on staves ... 8
4. Treble clef 9
5. The duration of the sounds Sheet music Date of designation 11
6. Size 2/4 .... 13
7. Eight bilobate cycle. . 15
8. Record songs with words and without words 17
9. Major and Minor. Tonic ... 19 *
10. Gamma 21 in C Major
11. tonic triad ... 23
12. Introductory sounds. . 25
13. Halftone and tone ... ... 26
14. Sharp, Flat, Bekar ... 27
15. Key non-key Mr. accidentals. . 29
16. Key G major ... .32
17. Key in F Major .... 34
18. Transposition. . .... 36
19. Pause. . . . 37
20. The musical phrase. . . 39
21. Reprise. . 41
22. Bass Clef 43
23. Key A minor 45
24. Key E minor 46
25. Key D minor. 49
26. Size 50 3/4
27 3/8 53
28. upbeat 54
29. Key D major 57
S0. League. 59
31. A quarter of a point in the bilobate size. .61
32. Fermata 63
33. Intervals 64
34. The main stage frets and their names. .67
35. Stable and unstable sounds fret ... 69
36 4/4 71
37. Three types of minor mode 75
38. Key B minor 79
39. Large and small seconds ...... 81
40 Seconds in a major tune 82
41. The major and minor thirds 83
42. Terzigno in a major tune 84
43. The major and minor triads ... .86
44. perfect fifth in a major tune 87
45. perfect fourth in a major tune .... 88
46. \u200b\u200bKey B flat major 90
47. In the key of G minor. 92
48. Tritons in a major tune 95
49 seconds into harmonic minor 96
50. Tertsiya in harmonic minor 97
51. Major triads major and harmonic minor 98
52. Names of the lower, middle to upper triad sounds 100
53. Sixteenth 101
54. The dotted rhythm from the sixteenth - -. - 104
55. Key A major 108
56. Key in F Sharp Minor 110
57. Key in E Flat Major. ..... 112
58. Key C Minor 114
59. Major and minor sixths 116
60. | Sextus in a major tune 118
61. Appeals triads 119
62. Major and minor sevenths 122
63. Septimus in a major "harmony 123
64. Appeals slots 125
65. Domnnantseptakkord 126
66. Key E major 129
67. Key C sharp minor. .... 131
68. Key in A Flat Major 133
69. Key in F Minor 135
70. Size 6/8 .... 137
71. Triplets 139
72. Key in B Major 141
73. Reserves Sharp 142
74. Key G sharp minor 143
75. Key D flat major 146
76. Key B flat minor 147
77. The double-flat. . . . 149
76. Harmonic Major 150
79. Table intervals within the octave 151
80. Variable twist. 154
81. Stable and unstable intervals of tune. 156
82 frets permission intervals .... 158
83. Resolution Subdominant and the Dominant triads and their complaints 159
84. Introductory seventh chords .... ... 160
85. Tables of major and minor keys. 162
86. Tetrachords 165
87. enharmonic equal tone. . 167
88. The letter designation of sounds and tones 169
89. The circle of fifths major keys 171
90. General quint circle of major and minor keys parallel *. 172
91. The like tone. .... 175
92. Appeals dominaitseptakkorda 177
93. Construction of references from this sound dominangseptakkorda 179
94. Syncope ... 180
95. Quarts in the harmonic minor. . . 182
96. Quinta in the harmonic minor. . . . 184
97. Compounds of the major triads 185
98. The sequence of chords from major triads 187
99. Maintenance of the main melody triads 189
100. The characteristic intervals of the harmonic minor 196
101. equal intervals enharmonic 198
102. Consonant and dissonant intervals. 200
103. Compound intervals. .. 202
104. Typical intervals and newts in the harmonic majeure 203-
105. Sequences. . . . 204
106. The reduction and increase in triads. 20T
107. The construction of the sound of the chord. . 209
108. The chromatic scale 210
109. Related key 214
110. Modulation kin

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