Flash Notes – 180228

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M1 – Finger Charts / Crossing Over

Translatable Verbal Script: Here’s the finger chart we’ll use for the proper usage in exercises, and the suggested fingering for

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M1 – The Accidental Changes

Translatable Verbal Script: When to change in an accidentals. When a note is changed by an accidental, it stays that

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M1 – The Accidentals

Translatable Verbal Script: The accidentals. Accidental symbols. A pitch outside of a key signature or mode is referred to as

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M1 – Time Signatures Visual

Translatable Verbal Script: Counting in time signatures. Here we’ll demonstrate some of the different Time Signatures and how they are

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M1 – Tied Notes

Translatable Verbal Script: Tied Notes. A Tie is a curved line that combines two notes of the same pitch to

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M1 – Dotted Notes

Translatable Verbal Script: Dotted Notes. Notes that have dots to right are considered dotted notes. The dot adds 1/2 of

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M1 – Counting Beats

Translatable Verbal Script: Here’s how each note duration is counted in rhythm in a 4/4 timing signature. Notice the numbers,

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M1 – Time Signatures

Translatable Verbal Script: Time Signature Time Signature, also known as Meter Signature, notates the number of beats per measure and

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M1 – The Duration Trees

Translatable Verbal Script: Take a look at this note duration tree, and see how each note is divided into shorter

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M1 – Note Durations

Translatable Verbal Script: Note duration. The duration or length of each note, or how long it’s played, depends on the

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M1 – The Bass Clef Notes Butterflies

Translatable Verbal Script: Now, let’s take a look at the notes on the bass clef. Moving to the left on

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M1 – The Treble Clef Notes Butterflies

Translatable Verbal Script: Let’s take a look at the notes on the treble clef. Moving to the right on the

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M1 – Half and Whole Steps Visual

Translatable Verbal Script: Moving up or down one key changes the pitch a half step; white to black, black to

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M1 – Half & Whole Steps

Translatable Verbal Script: Whole and half steps. Moving key to key is in Whole and Half steps. Moving to the

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M1 – The 12Key Pattern

Translatable Verbal Script: The Keys, the 12 key pattern. The Piano is represented by a series of a 12-key block,

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M1 – The Bass Clef

Translatable Verbal Script: The bass clef notes. Starting from middle c, highlighted in blue on the keyboard, the notes on

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M1 – The Treble Clef

Translatable Verbal Script: Starting from Middle C, highlighted in blue on the keyboard, the notes on the treble clef raise

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M1 – The Notes

Translatable Verbal Script: The Basic Notes All notes on the staff (lines and spaces) are represented by the first 7

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M1 – The Music Staff

Translatable Verbal Script: The music staff. The Piano or Grand Staff. In Western Music, a series of 5 lines and

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M1 – The Keys

Translatable Verbal Script: The Keys, Middle C Middle C, or C4, is the note between the Treble Clef and the

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M1 – The Purpose

Translatable Verbal Script: The Purpose: The purpose of booklette module 1 the notes, is to introduce you and your child

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M1 – Proper Posture

Translatable Verbal Script: Proper Posture and Hand Position. It is important to start and play with proper posture and hand/wrist

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M1 – Cognitive Benefits

Translatable Verbal Script: The cognitive benefits. Studies have shown that use of both hands while playing the piano can stimulate

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M1 – Introduction

Translatable Verbal Script: Hello, I’m Miko and this is Meekie. And we want to help color the world through music

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M1 – Module 1: The Notes

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