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Lesson 1 - Staff, Clefs & Pitch Notation The Grand Staff Naming the Notes Staff or Stave Naming the Notes Staff or Stave The Clef Sign The Treble Clef The Bass Clef The Alto Clef Other Clefs (lesson 14)The Score Why Middle C?Helmholtz Pitch Notation English Octave-Naming Convention Franco-Belgic Octave-Naming Convention Scientific Pitch Notation Naming The Octaves MIDIShape Note Notation Tonic Sol-fa Oz Pitch-Naming Convention Integer Notation')" on Mouse Out="window.status=' '; return true"1 | Lesson 2 - Notes & Rests Duration Anatomy of a Note Sign Chart of Note & Rest Signs Dotting & Double-Dotting Beams & Beaming Ties Origin of Music Notation Additional Notes on the History of Music Notation Supplement - Links about Music Notation')" on Mouse Out="window.status=' '; return true"3 | Lesson 4 - Time Signatures and Meter Time Signature and Meter Unusual Time Signatures and Hypermeasures Mensuration Common Time & Alla Breve/Cut Time Changing Time Signatures The Whole Bar Rest Incomplete Bars Ametric Music')" on Mouse Out="window.status=' '; return true"8 | Lesson 9 - Key Signatures and Accidentals The Key Signature The Circle of Fifths The Order of Sharps & Flats in Key Signatures Enharmonics Using Accidentals Changing Key Notes and Keys in Various Languages')" on Mouse Out="window.status=' '; return true"9 | Lesson 10 - Minor Scales The Natural Minor Scale Chart of Natural Minor Scales Double Sharps & Flats Harmonic Minor Chart of Harmonic Minor Scales Melodic Minor Chart of Melodic Minor Scales Relative & Parallel Major & Minor')" on Mouse Out="window.status=' '; return true"11 | Lesson 12 - Intervals Degrees of the Scale Melodic & Harmonic Intervals Unisons & Octaves Diatonic Intervals Chromatic Intervals The Tritone Compound Intervals Table of Intervals')" on Mouse Out="window.status=' '; return true"13 | Lesson 14 - Other Clefs Soprano & Mezzo-Soprano Clefs Tenor Clef Baritone & Subbass Clefs French Violin Clef Octave Clefs Indefinite Pitch Clef Summary of Clef Signs')" on Mouse Out="window.status=' '; return true"14 | Lesson 15 - Note Groupings Simple & Compound Time/Meter Uneven/Asymmetrical Time Triplets Duplets Other-lets Grouping Notes and Rests Time Signatures, How We Say Them')" on Mouse Out="window.status=' '; return true"16 | Lesson 17 - Chords in Detail Seventh Chords Inverted Chords Slash Chords Extended Chords - 9th, 11th, 13th Special Chords Naming Chords Supplement - Chords (including chord transposer)Supplement - 1000 Scales (including scale transposer)')" on Mouse Out="window.status=' '; return true"18 | Lesson 19 - Transposition Transposition at the Octave Transposing into another Key What Key is My Instrument in?

Boulez in particular could not come to terms with and reacted against works like Turangalila with its rich mix of tonal and atonal language saying that he prefers the ones that remain true to one style or the other.However, one gem of a composition was to turn twentieth-century music on its head.This was Mode de valeurs et d'intensites (1949), part of four studies in rhythm for piano.It took Schönberg's theory of serializing pitches a whole leap forward whereby Messiaen effectively serialized all musical parameters i.e. Thus each note has a character and identity all of its own which is maintained throughout the piece.For example, middle C will always appear as a dotted minim value, forte dynamic and have a tenuto articulation mark.Although this paved the way for the young generation of composers such as Stockhausen, Boulez, Nono etc.

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