We will be thinking and learning about how music works by listening, reading, writing, and analyzing. By observing, analyzing and listening to popular music while also exposing oneself to traditional classical music, we are creating comparative characteristics in both popular and classical music. Both of these genres are grounded in the same fundamental musical elements (Pitch, Rhythm, Dynamics, Tone Color and Form) but they sound different.The G.E. writing designed for our course is based on the articles you have selected from Module 2 (List of articles). The articles listed will help increase your depth and knowledge about the discipline of music in a concrete way. Although you will only be working with one of the articles, a quick overview of the 25-30 articles selected verifies the diversity and broad appeal music serves in our daily lives.For this assignment, complete the following:Watch and respond to https://search.alexanderstreet.com/preview/work/bibliographic_entity%7Cvideo_work%7C2856263 .View 3 major scales (videos provided below) – C Major scale, F Major scale, and G Major scale. Take notes while viewing the videos and prepare to describe the components of a major scale in music. Be sure to identify how many pitches comprise a major scale? Also whether the pitches of a. major scale are consecutive pitches or not. What is the starting pitch and the ending pitch of the major scale discussed (typically to sound good, the first pitch is repeated an octave higher)? Describe one of the 3 major scale videos provided (how many pitches, what are the pitches, are they conscecutive or not, what is the starting and ending pitch of the scale – typically the first pitch is repeated to make the scale sound good, so with the repeated pitch how many total pitches does a major scale have).C Major, F Major and G Major video (be sure to print out staff paper from Module 1; then follow video steps to notate C Major, F Major and G Major scales on staff paper; take notes on your process for Assignment 4) – https://youtu.be/GnojYPTtQSw (Links to an external site.)
Minimize embedded contentHere is a link to a C Major scale described with information you can use for your Assignment 4 response – C Major scale explained in great detail (useful information) (Link https://www.allaboutmusictheory.com/major-scale/c-major-scale/.)You should also explore songs on Hooktheory.com site. You need to go to the webiste – Hooktheory.com and click on the tab “Resources,” then Click on the tab “Theory Tab Database”, this page will have several songs listed – Hey Jude by the Beatles, Shake it Off by Taylor Swift, and Game of Thrones Theme by Ramin Djawadi. You can scroll down and find other songs that are familiar to you, and be prepared to view the song video and the piano version of the song being played. Be sure to take notes on your experience working with the different songs, you’ll be writing about your experience discovering the comparison between piano version and video version of your song. More specifically, describe your experience listening to the video and listening to the piano versions. Did you follow along with the chord progression (I IV V I ii etc.) and the melody shown on the song tab.
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