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AABA in 50s/60s Song Form

  • Review of Roman Numeral Analysis
  • Analyzation of Bach
  • Analyzation of Mozart

AABA in 50s/60s Song Form

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Lesson Objectives 0:12
  • Binary Form AABA I/vi/IV/V 0:32
    • AABA using I/vi/IV/V
    • Write Out 2 Measures
    • Let's Listen to A
  • AABA IV/I/IV/I/IV/I/V7 of V/V 4:19
    • B is Made up of IV/I/IV/I/IV/I/V7 of V/V
    • Write Out 2 Measures
    • Let's Listen to B
  • A = I/vi/IV/V 6:45
    • AABA
    • Communicating Your Chords
  • Example I: Transpose AABA Melody to C 8:00
  • Example II: AABA Melody -cont.- 10:22
  • Example III: AABA Melody -cont.- 11:09
  • Example IV: Adding Vocal Line To AABA Melody 12:24