This course is to give you a clear understanding of the basic in music. For persons wanting to know the basics of reading music this is the course for you It will also prepare you for the ARBSM Music exam. Here you will learn:
Some frequently used terms and signs concerning tempo, dynamics, performance directions and articulation marks. Simple questions will be asked about a melody written in either treble or bass clef.
Construction of the major scale, including the position of the tones and semitones. Scales and key signatures of the major keys of C, G, D and F in both clefs.
The stave. Treble (G) and bass (F) clefs. Names of notes on the stave, including middle C in both clefs. Sharp, ﬂat and natural signs, and their cancellation.
This course will last for three weeks or depending on how often you visit the site.
What you need for this course to practice
So the first thing that we will be covering is our first item on the list.
1. Note values of semibreve, minim, crotchet, quaver and semiquaver, and their equivalent rests
(candidates may use the terms ‘whole note’, ‘half note’, etc.). Tied notes. Single-dotted notes and rests. We will be going through it step by step together and have fun.
I will Add it as soon as possible
My name is Christopher Coke. I am 22 years old and a 3rd year student at the University of Technology, Jamaica doing a BBA in Business Administration majoring in Marketing and Administrative and Information Systems Management. I am a pass student of Mona High, where I did Music at the Caribbean Examination Council (CXC) and Caribbean Secondary Examination Certificate (CSEC) level where I got a grade TWO in the course. I have done the ABRSM Music exam book 1 - 4 and receive distinction in all.