D03 lesson 7, 3/4 measure, 1 measure, 2 voices, X players, minor, Y days

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Re: D03 lesson 7, 3/4 measure, 1 measure, 2 voices, X players, minor, Y days

Postby Zafar Haq » Thu Mar 30, 2017 8:57 am

Hi, Colin,
Yes,I talk about "A minor natural".Reading the first post,it is simply mention "Am".
Definition for melodic and harmonic minor as you wrote have the accidentals in it.
Definition:"A harmonic minor scale differs from a natural minor scale in that the seventh note is raised one semitone both ascending and descending. Melodic minor scales raise both the sixth and seventh notes one semitone when ascending, and descends like the natural minor scale".

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Re: D03 lesson 7, 3/4 measure, 1 measure, 2 voices, X players, minor, Y days

Postby Chu Bun » Thu Mar 30, 2017 3:22 pm

Here is my measure. I think I repeated Colin's pattern.


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Postby Ed Butler » Thu Mar 30, 2017 4:09 pm

Chu - what did you add at the end of Dave's E-C-B-A-G#-E?

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Postby Ed Butler » Thu Mar 30, 2017 4:27 pm

My attempt


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Postby Andrei Puhach » Sat Apr 01, 2017 4:27 pm

Sorry, I probably don't understand the rules properly, but I mostly hear only 1 voice. The title says 2 voices.

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Postby Andrei Puhach » Sat Apr 01, 2017 4:29 pm

Andrei Puhach wrote:Sorry, I probably don't understand the rules properly, but I mostly hear only 1 voice. The title says 2 voices.

Actually, not "mostly", it is about half-and-half :)

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Postby Andrei Puhach » Sat Apr 01, 2017 5:57 pm

Here is my measure:

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Sorry, Ed, I added my measure to Chu's as I was not able to recognize your measure...

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Re: D03 lesson 7, 3/4 measure, 1 measure, 2 voices, X players, minor, Y days

Postby Andrei Puhach » Sat Apr 01, 2017 6:02 pm

Zafar Haq wrote:Hi, Colin,
Yes,I talk about "A minor natural".Reading the first post,it is simply mention "Am".
Definition for melodic and harmonic minor as you wrote have the accidentals in it.
Definition:"A harmonic minor scale differs from a natural minor scale in that the seventh note is raised one semitone both ascending and descending. Melodic minor scales raise both the sixth and seventh notes one semitone when ascending, and descends like the natural minor scale".


I guess we use melodic here as we play the E major chord (it has G#, seventh note which is raised).

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Re: D03 lesson 7, 3/4 measure, 1 measure, 2 voices, X players, minor, Y days

Postby Jose Ramon Martinez » Mon Apr 24, 2017 2:54 am

Hello classmates:
I have added the following notes to the piece that you have created so far.
I will add the video later this week, so anyone participating on the music game, please consider the notes I've added.

Thanks
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