[Menvi-discuss] describing music visually
bnbdowning70 at embarqmail.com
Sat Mar 26 17:57:15 PDT 2011
Ah, that's right about the C clef. I forgot to point that out. Good catch, Stephanie.
On Mar 26, 2011, at 7:44 PM, STEPHANIE PIECK wrote:
> I loved Betty Downing's descriptions--thanks Winy for posting the question and Betty for answering. The descriptions of half and whole rests were especially helpful for me. They are easily confused by beginning music readers.
> As for chords: the notes are arranged and aligned vertically--I tell my students it looks like they're stacked on top of each other. If the notes of a chord are very close together--in intervals of seconds, for instance, or when written on leger lines or spaces--they may be offset a bit so they don't just blend into this big indistinguishable blob.
> In the "C" shape of the bass clef, the opening of the "C" goes to the left.
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