Unit 3 (3ESO) Ancient Music

ANCIENT MUSIC

UNIT 2 DAY 1 - Prehistoric Music.

The documented history of music dates back to 35,000 years ago. A bone flute found in Germany confirms this date. 5,000 years before that date, it is hard to find samples of art of any kind. There are a lot of possibilities that the cave painting art and musical art arose almost at once.

The first evidence of music are related to archaeological findings. When archaeologists joined the remains of a vulture bone, they could see that they had assembled a flute, built 35,000 years ago.

In the Age of Metals (Copper, Iron and Bronze), the instruments were becoming more sophisticated, finding archeological remains of Idiophons Metalophones beautifully crafted.

   

Questionnaire (Unit 2 Day 1 - Fifth Lecture of 3ESO)

Harmony basis.
    Harmony is based on relation of one sound with the other elements in a Music work.

How are chords build?
    From overlapping major and minor thirds in a modality. Every disposition of this first three notes are called inversions. 


   

Hanon Aloud - Exercise 33 (Day 1)
Groups of four notes in descending order with a gap of a Third between the first two notes returning to the starting note.



C - A - B - C / B - G - A - B / A - F - G - A 
G - E - F - G / F - D - E - F 
E - C - D - E / D - B - C - D




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Questionnaire (Unit 2 Day 2 - Sixth Lecture of 3ESO)

Why are Keys important for the construction of tonality?
    Because Keys indicate the notes we must flat or sharp in order to play in a modality.

Harmony Areas.
    The three Harmony Areas are Tonic, Subdominant and Dominant, and can be found in the first, fourth and fifth degree of a Tonality. With this chords we order the notes in basic groups for melody making. 


   

Hanon Aloud - Exercise 33 (Day 2)
Groups of four notes in descending order with a gap of a Third between the first two notes returning to the starting note.



C - A - B - C / B - G - A - B / A - F - G - A 
G - E - F - G / F - D - E - F 
E - C - D - E / D - B - C - D


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Questionnaire (Unit 2 Day 3 - Seventh Lecture of 3ESO)

English Notation System.
    It is a notation system that uses a nomenclature to name chords in Harmony.

Naming and basic building of chords.
    Chords are based on the musical notes and the intervals they produce, receiving from them their names.

   

Hanon Aloud - Exercise 34 (Day 1)
Trill of five notes in ascending order. 



C - D - C - B - C / D - E - D - C - D / E - F - E - D - E
F - G - F - E - F / G - A - G - F - G
A - B - A - G - A / B - C - B - A - B



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Questionnaire (Unit 2 Day 4 - Eighth Lecture of 3ESO)

Why is it important to know the different musical styles?
    Because we must not only learn how to play the chords, but you have to know how to play them in a particular song.

Why a chord sounds different if it is played in a particular style or another?
    Becase according to a certain convention, a chord is played in a way or another. 

   

Hanon Aloud - Exercise 34 (Day 2)
Trill of five notes in ascending order. 



C - D - C - B - C / D - E - D - C - D / E - F - E - D - E
F - G - F - E - F / G - A - G - F - G
A - B - A - G - A / B - C - B - A - B


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