Let's Learn the Music Staff!

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Let’s Learn the Music Staff! : 

Let’s Learn the Music Staff! An Interactive Presentation Created by Brittani Mathieu

About this Presentation : 

About this Presentation This Interactive PowerPoint is geared toward getting students excited about music! Music is such an important element of life that simply cannot be forgotten about. It’s every where! From this lesson, students will be able to identify notes on the music staff. It will present them with the knowledge they need to know in order to start sight reading. There are many different elements of teaching used throughout this presentation such as visuals, audio, and text. If you see a speaker, click on the icon to hear what the notes sound like. Most of all have fun and let’s learn!

Home : 

Home Title Page About This Presentation Definition of a Music Staff Treble Clef and Bass Clef Know Difference, Learn Notes The 7 Notes Treble Clef: Lines Let’s Have a Listen (TCL) Treble Clef: Spaces Let’s Have a Listen (TCS) Treble Clef All Together Bass Clef: Lines Let’s Have a Listen (BCL) Bass Clef: Spaces Let’s Have a Listen (BCS) Bass Clef All Together Grand Staff Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star Key Terms For Review Videos From YouTube About the Author Resource Page

Music Staff What is it? : 

Music Staff What is it? The Music Staff is a set of five lines with four spaces on which notes are written to produce a melody. It looks like this:

Treble Clef and Bass Clef : 

Treble Clef and Bass Clef The Treble Clef is placed at the beginning of the TOP staff to indicate the pitches of the notes placed on the lines and spaces of the staff. When playing the piano, the Treble Clef staff is usually played with your RIGHT hand. It looks like this: The Bass Clef is placed at the beginning of the BOTTOM staff to indicate the pitches of the notes placed on the lines and spaces of the staff. When playing the piano, the Bass Clef staff is usually played with your LEFT hand. It looks like this:

Now that we know the difference between the Treble Clef and Bass Clef, let’s learn the notes that go on the scale! : 

Now that we know the difference between the Treble Clef and Bass Clef, let’s learn the notes that go on the scale!

The 7 notes that go on the music staff are the first 7 letters of the alphabet: : 

The 7 notes that go on the music staff are the first 7 letters of the alphabet: A, B, C, D, E, F, and G.

Treble Clef: Lines : 

Treble Clef: Lines The Notes that go on the lines of the Treble Clef staff are: E, G, B, D, and F They look like this: Just Remember: Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge

What do they sound like? : 

What do they sound like? E F D B G

Treble Clef: Spaces : 

Treble Clef: Spaces Just Remember: Space rhymes with F A C E The notes that go on the spaces of the Treble Clef staff are:F, A, C, and EThey look like this:

What do they sound like? : 

What do they sound like? F A C E

All together we hear: : 

All together we hear: Full Treble Staff

Bass Clef: Lines : 

Bass Clef: Lines The notes that go on the lines of the Bass Clef staff are:G, B, D, F, AThey look like this: Just Remember: Good Boys Deserve Fudge Always

What do they sound like? : 

What do they sound like? A F D B G

Bass Clef: Spaces : 

Bass Clef: Spaces The notes that go in the spaces of the Bass Clef staff are:A, C, E, and GThey look like this: Just Remember: ACE is… Great!

What do they sound like? : 

What do they sound like? A G E C

All together we hear: : 

All together we hear: Full Bass Staff

When we put the Treble Clef Staff and the Bass Clef Staff together, we get something called a Grand Staff. It looks like this: : 

When we put the Treble Clef Staff and the Bass Clef Staff together, we get something called a Grand Staff. It looks like this:

Slide 19: 

Let’s hear some of the notes together on a Grand Staff in a song…

(Click on the underlined word to be directed back to its slide.) : 

(Click on the underlined word to be directed back to its slide.) Let’s Review What We’ve Learned! Music Staff: a set of five lines with four spaces on which notes are written to produce a melody. Treble Clef: the symbol placed at the beginning of the top staff to indicate the pitches of the notes placed on the lines and spaces of the staff. Bass Clef: the symbol placed at the beginning of the bottom staff to indicate the pitches of the notes placed on the lines and spaces of the staff. The 7 notes: A, B, C, D, E, F, and G. Treble Clef Line notes: E, G, B, D, and F. Reminder: Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge. Treble Clef Space notes: F, A, C, and E. Reminder: SPACE rhymes with FACE. Bass Clef Line notes: G, B, D, F, and A. Reminder: Good Boys Deserve Fudge Always. Bass Clef Space notes: A, C, E, and G. Reminder: ACE is Great! Grand Staff: when the top staff (Treble Clef staff) and bottom staff (Bass Clef staff) are combined.

Videos (from YouTube) : 

Videos (from YouTube) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZfg_ifozs0&feature=related http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=plrDXfhcoa4&feature=related

About the Author : 

About the Author My name is Brittani Mathieu. I am a sophomore at Grand Valley State University studying to become an Elementary Teacher. Although my major is Math, Music is a subject that has always played a huge role in my life. Because Fine Arts are quickly diminishing from school curriculum, it is my goal to incorporate the Fine Arts in my classroom as much as I can when I become a teacher, because I believe it is not a subject students can go without learning. Fine Arts enrich the soul, free the mind, and allow our creativity and imaginations to soar. And most of all, they’re fun! I hope you enjoyed this presentation! Please feel free to email me by clicking here.

Resources : 

Resources http://www.shanemcdonald.org/music/learn-to-read-music.html http://images.google.com/imghp http://www.music.vt.edu/musicdictionary/ music and sounds created in GarageBand by me

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