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Arpeggio Fingerpicking - Frank Markovich PPT

Presentation Summary : There are many different arpeggios that can be played. We will start with a simple one. But first must review the correct right hand position.

Source : http://www.frankmarkovich.com/Presentations/Arpeggio%20Fingerpicking.ppt

Fingering - Thomas Mastroianni PPT

Presentation Summary : To Teach is to Serve by Thomas Mastroianni Fingering and Memory Conventional Fingering Scales and Arpeggios Physiological Principles Long fingers on black (b), short ...

Source : http://thomasmastroianni.com/docs/Fingering.ppt

The Physics of a Violin PPT

Presentation Summary : ... Sharp Lower Octave of G Sharp Fext: 2070 Hz Fext: 837 Hz Our Song Two scales and two arpeggios Called: Scales and Your Arpeggios A scale, G# scale, ...

Source : http://publicportal.lwsd.org/schools/ICS/jheil/generalphysics/shared%20documents/instrument%20presentations%20period%204/Physics%20Violin.ppt

This is the title of this presentation - Gatton College of ... PPT

Presentation Summary : ... Arpeggios Harmonic anchor Harmonic interval or proximity Harmonic sequence Like pairs or combinations of competitive actions Melody Timing, rhythm ...

Source : http://gatton.uky.edu/Faculty/ferrier/Ferrier%20Competitive%20Dynamics%20Seminar%20WEB_files/Day%202%20HUT%20Seminar%20WEB.ppt

A talk in the key of C PPT

Presentation Summary : ... scales and arpeggios? jazz/rock/blues? conducting an orchestra? listening/musical appreciation? performance? composition? repertoire?

Source : http://www.ics.heacademy.ac.uk/events/presentations/150_A%20talk%20in%20the%20key%20of%20C.ppt

Minimalism Revision PPT

Presentation Summary : These tend to be conjunctive (they move in step/small leaps) or based on arpeggios, broken chords or cells. Layers of ostinati and interlocking patterns ...

Source : http://www.heathsidemoodle.com/Music/Minimalism%20Revision.ppt

Area of Study 2 Changing Directions in Western Classical ... PPT

Presentation Summary : The loops are short and simple and are often made out of arpeggios, broken chords and scales. The final music can be quite complicated, especially the rhythm.

Source : http://www.colfox.org/documents/Departmental/Music/AOS2%20Minimalism.ppt

XIAN XINGHAI’S YELLOW RIVER PIANO CONCERTO PPT

Presentation Summary : Arpeggios mesh well with legato; shows the free flowing, unpredictability and un restrained aspects of a river. No use of extreme key changes (e flat to f natural, etc.)

Source : http://www.spiritofgreatoak.com/Form.Comparison.Prokofiev.Xinghai.pptm

Knock, Knock, Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door PPT

Presentation Summary : For 3 parts, one could play a bass type line, another the barre chords and the last one fills on top or arpeggios. You might even want to write a hook to the song.

Source : http://www.frankmarkovich.com/Presentations/Knock,%20Knock,%20Knockin%27%20On%20Heaven%27s.ppt

A Musician’s Case Against Narrowing the Curriculum PPT

Presentation Summary : ... scales and arpeggios, forms (ABA, AABA, ABACABA, etc.), motifs, chords Relationships in music: similarities and differences in styles and periods, ...

Source : http://dese.mo.gov/divimprove/curriculum/fa/documents/AMusiciansCaseAgainstNarrowingtheCurriculum.ppt

Beethoven’s Works - Manhattanville College PPT

Presentation Summary : ... Loud vs. soft Strings vs. full orchestra Minor mode b develops grace notes b shorter than a Trio Light, gallant Legato Arpeggios Shorter, ...

Source : http://faculty.mville.edu/comberiatic/Blackboard%20materials/Muh%201007/Kermnan%20Power%20Points/Kerman7e_ch13Symphony.ppt

Music: An Appreciation by Roger Kamien 5ed PPT

Presentation Summary : ... (Arpeggios) Chord tones sounded in series Triad built on 1st scale note called tonic Pieces usually begin and end on this chord Most stable, ...

Source : http://faculty.mville.edu/comberiatic/Blackboard%20materials/Muh%201007/PowerPoints/Muh1007_Elements.ppt

Excerpts from the Book -- Guitar Instruction PPT

Presentation Summary : ... pages we have been given the diatonic chords of the key of C major. What we are going to do now is to learn the basic arpeggios for each of them.

Source : http://www.guitar-instruction.org/Excerpts.ppt

Slide 1 PPT

Presentation Summary : ... of a national standard * * Repertoire – highlight student’s choice Technique – includes scales, chords, arpeggios, patters and etudes Musicianship ...

Source : http://www.masongross.rutgers.edu/content/tap-slideshow

Chapter 20 – Other Rock Styles of the Eighties PPT

Presentation Summary : ... Tempo: 108 beats per minute, 4 beats per bar Form: 12- bar instrumental introduction with soft arpeggios on synthesizer backed by drums, ...

Source : http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/dl/free/0078025079/848783/Charlton_6e_Ch20.ppt

Piano Music Transcription Systems - McGill University PPT

Presentation Summary : ... were concerned with octave error and repeated notes. Additional sources of error include fast passages (such as arpeggios or thrills), masking of low ...

Source : http://www.music.mcgill.ca/~ich/classes/mumt611_06/Presentations/eustace06piano.ppt

PowerPoint Presentation PPT

Presentation Summary : Many musicians trained through the classical approach know all the music theory, all their scales and arpeggios, can read any written music you put in front of them, ...

Source : http://chordmelody.org/doc/lifeandmusic.ppt

Music: An Appreciation by Roger Kamien PPT

Presentation Summary : ... (Arpeggios) Chord tones sounded in series Triad built on 1st scale note called tonic Pieces usually begin & end on this chord Most stable, ...

Source : http://glencoe.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/dl/free/0002022011/860896/kamien10_ppt_pt01.ppt

Course Description PPT

Presentation Summary : ... but the following instruments use arpeggios most often: String instruments. Guitars. Synthesizers. Keyboards (pianos, organs, accordions, etc.) ...

Source : http://tenorprimo.com/files/UNIT_1_musform_2009.pptx

20th Century Music PPT

Presentation Summary : Arpeggios Backing Vocals Pedal Drum Fills Intermediate 1 Test 7. Listen to the excerpt again and identify a feature in the accompaniment.

Source : http://www.ea.e-renfrew.sch.uk/woodfarm-music/WFHMusicWeb/5.Revision/Documents/S34Listening/20th%20Century%20Music.ppt

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