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anonymous

  • one year ago

Study the melody on the staff above. Describe the series of notes in terms of pitch direction (higher, lower, or same) and note values (quarter note, half notes, dotted half notes, or whole notes).

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  1. anonymous
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  2. Shuckle
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    Pitch has to do with whether or not a note is sharp, flat, or natural. None of these notes are being changed to sharps or flats, so they are all the same pitch. The first four are quarter notes, and the last on at the top of the staff is a whole note.

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    • one year ago
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    Whole steps c: If that's what your asking for.

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    And the pitch is going high because it's elevating c:

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