Archivo de la etiqueta: Music Theory

Activity on musical dynamics

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Identify the note on the piano

Sight identification. Choose the correct note marked on the piano.

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Easy ear training, identify the note on the piano

Identify the notes C, E and G on the piano. By Music Theory.net

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Easy ear training

Easy exercise to identify the notes C, E and G. By Music Theory.net

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Kahoot⚡️

Playing kahoot has been such a success in 2B! We’ve played answering individually the tests I created, but other option can be creating tests  in cooperative learning groups. Here the links to my tests: Unit 1. The sound and its qualitites … Seguir leyendo

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Chords/Acordes

A chord is any set of three or more notes that is heard simultaneosly. The most frequently encountered chords are triads (3 notes).  Chords are classed by their root note: the chord C is built upon the note C.   The most commonly used … Seguir leyendo

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Melody vs. Harmony

We all know this melody, we can try to sing it ‘a capella’: But if we add some chords with the guitar or the piano: I’m sure it will sound much better: The ‘harmony’ (armonía) is the art that studies the … Seguir leyendo

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