By Deborah Jamini
Concord And Composition: fundamentals to Intermediate [Paperback] [Apr 04, 2005] Jamini, Deborah
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Notes that are separated from the staff use ledger lines, which allow notes to continue by line and space. Each ledger line can add two new notes: a ledger line note and a note in the space it adds above or below the staff. All lines, whether ledger lines or staff lines, are spaced equally apart in distance from one another. A few ledger lines are useful (1), but too many become difficult to read (2). Most music is written in a fairly central register on the staff.
In each keyboard section below, one half step was skipped over. Locate the skipped note. 2. Point to the key that is a half step above each marked note. 3. Point to the key that is a half step below each marked note. Whole Steps and the Whole Tone Scale The distance of two consecutive half steps is a whole step. These occur from white key to white key where there is a black key in between (1). They may also occur from black key to black key (2) or from white key to black key (3). Consecutive whole steps create a whole tone scale.
3. Play each A, from the lowest one moving up the keyboard. 4. Play each B, from the lowest one moving up the keyboard. 5. Play each F-G-A-B group, from the lowest one moving up the keyboard. 6. Name each marked note. Repeat these drills until you have solidly memorized these four keys. Music Notation Notes are written on a five-lined staff. Notes are grouped into measures, or bars, which are separated by bar lines. The staff shown on the right contains three bars. The Staff Lines and Spaces Notes are placed on a line or in a space, and are read from left to right.