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Music Notation
McGrain Mark

Okładka: McGrain Mark, Music Notation

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McGrain Mark
Music Notation

polski Teoria i technika notacji muzycznej
angielski Music Notation - Theory and Technique for Music Notation


Ilość stron:216
Format:230 x 305
Opracowanie na:teoria muzyki
Wersja językowa:wstępu: angielska
opisów: angielska
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Kod produktu:NPL065030

Przewodnik po teorii muzyki - zawiera wszelkie niezbędne zagadnienia dotyczące notacji muzycznej, m. in. rytmu, artykulacji, dynamiki, metrum, itp. Książka zawiera 13 rozdziałów tematycznych - każdy z nich posiada oddzielne terminologie i ćwiczenia.


Learn the essentials of music notation, from fundamental pitch and rhythm placement to intricate meter and voicing alignments. This book also covers the correct way to subdivide rhythms and notate complex articulations and dynamics. An excellent resource for both written and computer notation software!


Spis treści:
Introduction
Equipment
Chapter One: Sound Envelopes and the Notation Grid
Sound Description
The Staff
Leger Lines
Clefs
The Treble Clef
The Bass Clef
The Percussion Clef
The Alto and Tenor Clef
Placement of Clefs
The Great Staff
Homework
Additional Practises:
New Notation for New Sounds
Specific Percussion Clefs
Other Moveable C Clefs
Hybrid Clefs
Chapter Two: Fundamental Rhtyhmic Description
Note - heads
Stems
Stem Length
Stem Direction
Stem Length in Leger Lines
The Quarter Rest
The Half Rest
The Whole Rest
Percussion and Rhtyhm Note - heads
Homework
Additional Practices
Other Percussive Note - heads
Chapter Three: Fundamental Pitch Description
Placement of Notes on the Staff
Accidentals
Flats
Sharps
Naturals
Double Flats
Double Sharps
Spacing of Note - heads in Regard to Accidentals
Key Signatures
Application of Accidentals
The Logic of Accidentals
Courtesy Accidentals
Key Changes
Homework
Additional Practises
Logic of Accidentals
Null Key Signatures
Chapter Four: The Notational Grid: Conclusion
The Three Regions of the Staff
Measures
Barlines
Single Barlines
Double Barlines
The "fine" Barline
Braces and Brackets
Homework
Additional Practices
Changes of Clef
Chapter Five: Time Signatures, Meter, and Tempo
Time Signatures
Placement of Time Signatures
"Common Time" and "Cut time"
Changes Meter
Metric Placement of Note - heads and Rests
Alignment
Tempo Markings
Changes of Tempo
Homework
Additional Practices
Types of Rhythm
Metrical Rhythm
Changing Between Simple Time and Compound Time
Change of Pulse Note - value
Chapter Six: Rhythmic Subdivision of the Pulse
Flags
Beams
Application of Beams
Stem Direction of Beamed Note Groups
Beam Slant
Homework
Chapter Seven: Rhythmic Subdivision of the Pulse: Continued
Horizontal Beams
Primary Beams
Secondary Beams
Broken Secondary Beams
Syncopation
Borrowed Metric Groupings
Homework
Additional Practices
"Midway" Beaming of Note Groups
Beams as Indicators of Phrasing
Chapter Eight: Rhythmic Subdivision of the Pulse: Concluded
The Eighth Rest
The Sixteenth Rest
The Whole Measure Rest
Ties
Augmentation Dots
Dotted Rests
Rests in Compound Meters
Homework
Aditional Practices
Smaller Value Rests
Ties Attending Voicings
Triple Augmentation Dots
Chapter Nine: Holds, Pauses, and Repeats
Fermatas
Pauses
Caesuras
Fermatas Attending Caesuras
Multiple Measure Rests
Repeat Brackets
Repeat Endings
Single Measure Repeats
Double Measure Repeats
Da Capo and Dal Segno
al fine and al Coda
Homework
Additional Practices
Fermatas Attending Barlines
The "Grand Pause"
Tacet
Third Repeat Endings
Single Pulse Repeats
Col
Chapter Ten: Chords, Voicings, and Divisi Parts
Chord Symbols
Parenthetical Tensions
Inversions and Pedals
Voicings
Alignement of Accidentals
Divisi Parts
Octave Signs
Homework
Additional Practices
Hybrid Chords and Polychords
Divisi Parts: Continued
Coll' 8va and Coll' 8vb.
Chapter Eleven: Dynamics
Location of Dynamic Information
Dynamic Level Markings
Dynamic Terminology
Wedges
Homework
Additional Practices
Location of Dynamics
Combined Dynamic Level markings
Change of Dynamic :evel on Repeated Sections
Chapter twleve: Articulation
The "Unarticulated Note"
Accent Marks
Staccato Marks
Legato / Tenuto Marks
Plavement of Accent, Staccato, and Legato Markings
Slurs
Breath Marks
Accent Terminology
Idiomatic Considerations
Homework
Additional Practices
Combining Accents with Staccato and Legato Markings
Combining Accent, Staccato and Legato Markings with Slurs
Combining Accent Terms with Dynamics
Chapter Thirteen: Ornaments
The Portamento
The Glissando
Trills
Tremolos
The Unmeasured Tremolo
The Measured Tremolo
Grace Notes
Arpeggios
Turns
Bends
Homework
Additional Practices
Cues
I: Names of Instruments with Abbreviations
II: Score Layout
III: Instrumental Transpositions
IV: Glossary of European Musical Terms

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