GRADE FIVE - Enharmonics

Michael Luck
A free video tutorial from Michael Luck
Founder of Music Theory Online
4.4 instructor rating • 7 courses • 3,431 students

Lecture description

This module looks in detail about the meaning of enharmonics (two notes written differently but sounding the same).

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Prepare for Music Theory ABRSM 1 to 5

All you need to know to fast track to success with the ABRSM theory examinations grades 1 - 5.

12:16:39 of on-demand video • Updated March 2018

  • Work with, understand and use the following musical notation:
  • Accidentals
  • Adding missing bar lines
  • Cadences
  • Chords
  • Chromatic scales
  • Demi semiquavers
  • Double dotted notes
  • Double sharps & flats
  • Duplets
  • Enharmonic equivalents
  • Grouping of notes
  • Intervals
  • Key signatures
  • Ledger lines
  • Major & minor scales
  • Modulation
  • Notes & note values
  • Orchestra
  • Ornaments
  • Questions on a melody
  • Rests & dotted rests
  • Rewriting rhythms
  • SATB
  • Simple & compound time signatures
  • Single dotted notes & rests
  • Technical names
  • Terms & signs
  • The Alto & Tenor clef
  • The Ic - V progression
  • The stave
  • Transposition
  • Tonic triads
  • Treble & bass clef
  • Triplets
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