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Lecture 1

MU121 Lecture 1: lecture 1 notes

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Department
Music
Course
MU121
Professor
Brent Hagerman
Semester
Fall

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Lecture 1 Notes▯ 1 Quiz: Introduction, Article on elvis▯ ▯ Song forms: ▯ 1. Simple Verse form▯ 2. Simple Verse Chorus form▯ 3. Contrasting Verse-Chorus form▯ 4. AABA form ▯ ▯ Simple Verse Form:▯ - Music remains the same throughout▯ - Verse:a section with repeating music and non repeating lyrics. ▯ ▯ The 12 bar Progression: ▯ - The 12 bars blues is the most dominant type of blues.▯ - 4 bars of introduction.▯ - 12 bar sequence:▯ - 4 bars of l chord ▯ - 2 bars of IV chord▯ - 2 bars of l chord ▯ - 1 bar of v chord▯ - 1 bar of IV chord▯ - 1 bar of L chord▯ - 1 bar of V chord ▯ ▯ Doo-wop Progression:▯ - A repeating chord progression.▯ - l-vi-IV-V (1-6-4-5)▯ - 12 bar and doo-wop progressions are examples of Simple Verse form. ▯ ▯ Simple Verse-Chorus:▯ - Music accompaniment remains the same throughout.▯ - Adds a repeating chorus sections where lyrics (and sometimes melody) differ from vers
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