Welcome to Mr. Click's Theory Page
Plan for this week:
Ch. 19: Other Modulations
Ch. 19 review
Multiple Choice practice
FRQ 5, 6
Ch. 20 intro
Continue Ch. 20
Welcome to AP Music Theory! In this class, we will be learning about the way that Western Classical Music works. We will examine Western Classical Music by:
*Sight Singing- This means looking a piece of music you have never seen, and within 70 seconds you sing this piece given only the starting note
* Reading- We will learn skills throughout the year that will allow us to analyze pieces of music by looking at scores
*Listening- We will learn to be able to dictate, or write down on staff paper, music that we hear, given only the starting note
This class covers the concepts taught in the first two semesters of college music theory. Hardly any high school students will have experience in music theory, and these concepts will be a stretch for ALL high school students, from the music novice to the all state musician. My goal is for you to make a 4 or 5 on the AP exam, and for us to meet this goal you will need to do all the work that I have assigned and make sure you are on time to class. This class is not "easy", and it will require some hard work from both you and me. I am excited for this year, and I can't wait to see you all succeed this year in music theory.
I will keep this site updated with assignments and notes, so if you have questions this will be where you want to look.
Concepts you are expected to be familiar with at the start of the class:
Bass and Treble Clef
Whole, half, quarter, and eighth note and rests
4/4, 3/4, 2/4, and 6/8 time signatures
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