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Post by Luis Lugo on May 12 at 01:27:26 AM

Laura Ryan is the best!!

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Post by Ajay Kumar on October 28, 2014

Still, you are a great mentor; helping me a lot in lessons...

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Last reply by: Professor Ryan
Sun Aug 31, 2014 3:41 PM

Post by Ajay Kumar on August 31, 2014

Please can you be neater with your drawing?
It can be hard to understand! :(

Introduction of Keyboard

  • The keyboard is made up of white keys surrounded by groups of either 2 or 3 black keys.
  • Middle C is written differently on Treble and Bass clefs.

Introduction of Keyboard

Lecture Slides are screen-captured images of important points in the lecture. Students can download and print out these lecture slide images to do practice problems as well as take notes while watching the lecture.

  • Intro 0:00
  • Lesson Objectives 0:10
  • Visual Presentation of the Keyboard 0:35
  • Introduction of Middle C 1:28
    • Locate C Key
    • Middle C Key
    • Middle C on This Keyboard
  • C in Octaves 3:34
    • Eight Keys
  • Middle C on the Grand Staff Treble Clef 4:35
  • Middle C on the Grand Staff Bass Clef 5:45
    • C on Keyboard
  • Illustration of Every C on the Piano Keyboard 7:22
    • C on Keyboard
    • Bass Clef
    • Listen to More Octaves
  • Example 1: Writing Middle C on Treble Clef 11:14
  • Example 2: Writing Middle C in Bass Clef 12:50
  • Example 3: Writing Every C on the Keyboard 14:06
  • Example 4: Finding Middle C on the Keyboard 16:38
  • Example 5: Every C on a Keyboard 17:47