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Sepand Shahab

Sepand Shahab

Part Writing Root Position Triads

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Table of Contents

I. AP Music
Note Reading

12m 37s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Objectives
0:10
Note Names on the Keyboard and Staff
0:30
Helpful Tip to Remember
0:37
Memory Aids
3:46
Ledger Lines
5:41
Example 1
7:21
Example 2
9:29
Example 3
10:23
Example 4
11:20
Scales

23m 25s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Objectives
0:07
Whole Steps & Half Steps
0:36
Whole Steps
1:31
Half Steps
1:37
The Major Scale
3:31
Minor Scales 1: Natural Minor
5:07
Natural Minor Starts Here
5:31
Write Notes on Staff
5:45
Minor Scales 2: Harmonic Minor
7:11
G Sharp
7:27
Write Notes On Staff
8:04
Minor Scales 3: Melodic Minor
8:12
Descending Form on Scale
9:29
Ascending Form on Scale
10:02
Write Notes on Staff
10:27
Melodic Minor Ascending: Whole & Half Step Pattern
11:10
Melodic Minor Descending: Whole & Half Step Pattern
11:51
Example 1
12:29
Example 2
15:41
Example 3
18:31
Example 4
20:56
Key Signatures

18m 41s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Objectives
0:07
Why Key Signatures?
0:45
Using Scale Patterns to Find Key Signatures
2:50
Major Scale Reminder
3:00
The Circle of Fifths
5:36
Example 1
11:41
Example 2
13:52
Example 3
15:34
Example 4
17:37
Intervals

33m 19s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Objectives
0:07
Definition
0:28
What Is An Interval?
0:32
Melodic Example
1:00
Harmonic Example
1:07
Interval Numbers
1:30
Compound Interval
2:49
Interval Spellings
3:26
Number & Note Name
3:45
Interval Qualities
5:24
Major Scale
6:35
Perfect
7:14
Minor
7:38
Interval Alterations
8:55
Augmented Interval
9:42
Diminished Interval
10:11
Chart to Remember Interval Sizes
10:22
Using Key Signatures to Find Intervals
10:49
Practice Example: Major
12:03
Practice Example 2: Major
12:30
Practice Example: Minor 3rd
12:59
Practice Example: Minor 6th
13:33
Practice Example: Minor 7th
13:53
Using Key Signatures to Find Intervals, Part 2
14:13
Example: Major 3rd Above D Sharp
14:28
Example: Minor 6th Above G Flat
15:42
Inverting Intervals
16:45
What Major, Minor & Perfect Becomes
18:20
Example 1
19:09
Example 2
22:42
Example 3
24:35
Example 4
30:33
Triads

26m 11s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Objectives
0:07
Triads in Major
0:30
Quality of Triads
2:09
Upper Case = Major Triads
2:17
Lower Case = Minor Triads
2:28
Example: E Major
2:55
Tonic Degree
4:09
Supertonic Degree
4:13
Mediant Degree
4:21
Subdominant
4:28
Dominant
4:35
Submediant
4:40
Subtonic
4:49
Triads in Minor
5:47
a Minor
5:55
d Minor
6:58
Major Triads
8:04
Construct Major Triad: E flat
9:22
Construct Major Triad: D Flat
10:55
Minor Triads
11:44
Construct Minor Triad: F Sharp
12:30
Diminished Triads
14:02
Find Diminished Triad in B Major
15:02
Find Diminished Triad in B Minor
16:00
Augmented Triads
16:49
Structure
17:12
Turn E Major Chord Into Augmented Triads
17:39
Turn A Minor Chord Into Augmented Triads
18:52
Example 1
20:08
Example 2
21:11
Example 3
22:52
Example 4
24:19
Seventh Chords

19m 42s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Objectives
0:07
Seventh Chords in Major
0:26
Seventh Chords in Minor
2:56
Minor, Major, Dominant, Diminished
4:44
Major Seventh Chords
5:33
Practice
6:07
Minor Seventh Chords
7:10
Practice
7:35
Dominant Seventh Chords
8:38
Practice
9:10
Diminished Seventh Chords
10:14
Half-Diminished Seventh Chord
10:55
Practice
11:17
Half-Diminished Seventh Chords
12:22
Example 1
13:50
Example 2
14:58
Example 3
15:57
Example 4
17:14
Inversions of Triads

17m 27s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Objectives
0:07
First Inversion Triads
0:25
Root Position
0:54
Invert Chord
1:05
First Inversion Chord
1:24
Example With Minor Chord
2:00
Second Inversion Triads
2:38
Example With Diminished Chord
3:30
Figured Bass Symbols
4:27
Example With C Major
6:23
Example With 2nd Minor
7:18
Example With 2nd Inversion
8:51
Example 1
10:01
Example 2
11:06
Example 3
12:26
Example 4
14:22
Inversions of Seventh Chords

19m 11s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Objectives
0:07
First Inversion Seventh Chords
0:30
Start w/ Root Position Chord
0:39
Review Third Chord In Base
1:48
Second Inversion Seventh Chords
2:01
Example: Minor Seventh Chord
2:59
Third Inversion Seventh Chords
3:43
Example: E Major Seventh Chord
5:14
Figured Bass Symbols
6:32
Example: Third Inversion Seventh Chord
8:55
Another Example
9:43
Example 1 (Practice Problem)
10:44
Example 2
13:03
Example 3
15:48
Example 4
17:15
Part Writing Root Position Triads

24m 41s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Objectives
0:08
Roots a 4th Apart
0:37
Rule 1 to Keep In Mind
1:24
Rule 2 to Keep In Mind
1:54
Practice Example
4:16
Practice Example
5:40
Roots a 3rd Apart
8:47
Practice Example
11:07
Roots a 2nd Apart
11:57
Practice Example
14:20
Practice Example
15:34
Example 1
16:20
Example 2
18:00
Example 3
20:03
Example 4
22:10
Voice Leading

18m 24s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Objectives
0:09
Voice Ranges
0:38
Soprano Voice
1:04
Alto Voice
1:11
Tenor Voice
1:20
Bass Voice
1:29
Parallel Motion
2:07
Similar Motion
3:55
Definition
4:16
Example:Contrary Motion
4:46
Oblique Motion
6:03
Definition
6:09
Open and Closed Spacing
6:51
Closed Spacing Definition
7:40
Open Spacing Definition
8:56
Common Voice Leading Errors
10:15
Parallel Octaves
10:34
Parallel Fifths
11:22
Spacing
12:18
Completed Chords
13:48
Taking Over Other Voices
14:31
Voice Crossing
15:25
Example 1
15:41
Example 2
16:09
Example 3
16:51
Example 4
17:38
Cadences

15m 4s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Objectives
0:06
Perfect Authentic
0:30
Example: Perfect Authentic Cadence Minor
1:39
Imperfect Authentic
3:05
Definition
4:00
Half Cadence
4:42
Definition
4:53
Example: Half Cadence in Minor
5:30
Plagal Cadence
6:49
Example: Plagal Cadence in Minor
7:49
Deceptive Cadence
8:25
Definition
8:30
Example: Deceptive Cadence in Minor
9:52
Example 1
11:01
Example 2
12:02
Example 3
12:59
Example 4
13:45
Part Writing First Inversion Triads

25m 10s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Objectives
0:09
Substituting First Inversion Chords
0:35
Main Use of First Inversion Chord
1:24
Parallel First Inversion Chords
6:01
First Inversion Chords in Sequence
9:48
Example 1
13:11
Example 2
16:46
Example 3
20:35
Example 4
22:30
Part Writing Second Inversion Triads

17m 14s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Objectives
0:08
Passing Second Inversion Chords
0:28
Start At Base Line
0:58
Neighboring Second Inversion Chords
3:03
Why It's Called Neighboring
3:48
The Cadential Second Inversion Chord
4:28
Tips to Remember
6:47
Arpeggiating Bass Second Inversion Chords
7:12
Example 1
8:33
Example 2
10:52
Example 3
13:11
Example 4
15:01
Non-Harmonic Tones

24m 16s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Objectives
0:07
Passing Tones
0:28
Practice Example
3:19
Neighboring Tones
4:48
Suspensions
6:27
3 Parts
6:54
Appoggiaturas
12:15
Defined As Approggiaturas Because…
13:50
Pedal Point
14:15
Definition
15:54
Example 1
16:15
Example 2
18:18
Example 3
20:22
Example 4
21:22
Part Writing Seventh Chords

25m 28s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Objectives
0:08
Preparing and Resolving the 7th
0:42
Example With Minor Key
3:30
V7 and Its Inversions
6:03
Difference Between V7 & Other Seventh Chords
6:10
Seventh Chords in Sequence
9:55
Example 1
15:16
Example 2
18:21
Example 3
20:13
Example 4
22:02
Secondary Dominants & Leading Tone Chords

27m 9s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Objectives
0:10
Dominants and Secondary Dominants
0:34
Definition
1:16
Practice Example
3:19
Leading Tone and Secondary Leading Tone Chords
6:09
Example: Minor Key Note
6:25
Practice Example
8:31
A Progression with Secondary Dominants
9:41
Start With Basic Progression
10:07
Where Can You Introduce Secondary Dominants
11:01
Embellish With Another Secondary Dominant
12:40
A Progression with Secondary Leading Tone Chords
16:02
Embellish with Secondary Leading Tone Chords
17:13
Example 1
21:43
Example 2
22:50
Example 3
24:10
Example 4
26:07
Modulation to Closely Related Keys

28m 3s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Objectives
0:08
Closely Related Keys
0:27
Relative Minor
1:26
Key Signatures
2:05
How to Tell Closely Related Keys
2:50
Example: F Major
3:40
Chords Common to More than One Key
5:32
Example: F Major
6:42
Which Chord 2 Keys Have in Common
7:29
Modulating with a Common Chord 1
9:03
Modulating with a Common Chord 2
12:37
Example 1
17:16
Example 2
18:54
Example 3
20:57
Example 4
23:19
Phrases & Periods

38m 39s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:09
A Musical Phrase
0:23
Build Phrases
2:07
Focus on Base & Melody
3:19
Important Idea/ Summary of Phrases
5:37
The Form of a Period
6:08
Components of a Period
6:23
Practice: Write Out All the Harmonies
10:03
Writing a Period
13:04
Example 1
20:40
Example 2
22:34
Example 3
27:39
Example 4
33:11
Binary & Ternary Forms

39m 15s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Objectives
0:08
Binary Form Diagram
0:29
2 Parts for Binary Form
0:43
Writing a Binary Form
3:23
Ternary Form Diagram
16:47
3 Parts
17:02
Writing a Ternary Form
19:19
Example 1
24:41
Example 2
28:28
Example 3
32:09
Example 4
35:35
Modes

14m 25s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Objectives
0:06
Ionian Mode
0:36
Ionian Mode Placement
0:56
Dorian Mode
1:26
Dorian Mode Drawn On Scale
1:38
Where Dorian Differs From Ionian
3:12
Phrygian Mode
2:39
How Phyrgian Differs
3:30
Lydian Mode
3:42
Lydian Mode Compared to Major Scale
4:18
Mixolydian Mode
4:40
Mixolydian Mode Compared to Major Scale
5:15
Aeolian Mode
5:29
Locrian Mode
5:54
Locrian Mode Compared to Minor Key
7:14
Example 1
7:28
Example 2
8:39
Example 3
9:40
Example 4
12:05
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  • Intro 0:00
  • Lesson Objectives 0:08
  • Roots a 4th Apart 0:37
    • Rule 1 to Keep In Mind
    • Rule 2 to Keep In Mind
    • Practice Example
    • Practice Example
  • Roots a 3rd Apart 8:47
    • Practice Example
  • Roots a 2nd Apart 11:57
    • Practice Example
    • Practice Example
  • Example 1 16:20
  • Example 2 18:00
  • Example 3 20:03
  • Example 4 22:10
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