This month, assignments music sheet breakdown as follows.
- pages 80, 81 Losy, Jan Antonín – Ciacona sobre las Folias
- page 48 Štepán Rak - Nostalgický valcik
a)- pages 80, 81 Losy, Jan Antonín – Ciacona sobre las Folias
4.Measures:47+47 (page 80,page81)
7.Repeats:Yes,page 80, m 1 to m 47,page 81 m 1 to m 47
11.Rest:Yes,quarter note,page 80 at m 7,14,16,33,37,41,43,47 page 81 m 7,14,16,33,37,41,43,45,47,one eigth note at m 45, page 81,m 45
definition:"Indicates to play two or more notes in one physical stroke, one uninterrupted breath, or (on instruments with neither breath nor bow) connected into a phrase as if played in a single breath. In certain contexts, a slur may only indicate to play the notes legato. In this case, rearticulation is permitted.
Slurs and ties are similar in appearance. A tie is distinguishable because it always joins two immediately adjacent notes of the same pitch, whereas a slur may join any number of notes of varying pitches. In vocal music a slur normally indicates that notes grouped together by the slur should be sung to a single syllable.
A phrase mark (or less commonly, ligature) is a mark that is visually identical to a slur, but connects a passage of music over several measures. A phrase mark indicates a musical phrase and may not necessarily require that the music be slurred."wiki
15.Ornament:No in page 80,Yes in page 81
The first half of the principal note's duration has the pitch of the grace note (the first two-thirds if the principal note is a dotted note)."wiki
17.sharp/flat/natural:Yes,page 80,Sharp at m 2,8,10,15,18,24,26,31,32,33,35,38,39,40,41,42,46
page81 at,m 2,8,10,15,18,24,26,31,32,33,34,38,39,40,41,42,46
b)- page 48 Štepán Rak - Nostalgický valcik
7.Repeats:Yes,m 25 to m 41,D.C.FINE at m 43 to FINE at m 24
Moderately soft; louder than piano."
Soft; louder than pianissimo."
"Mezzo Forte,mf":Moderately loud; softer than forte. If no dynamic appears, mezzo-forte is assumed to be the prevailing dynamic level."
Very loud. Usually the loudest indication in a piece, though louder dynamics are often specified with additional fs (such as fortississimo – seen below)."
Loud. Used as often as piano to indicate contrast."
A gradual increase in volume.
Can be extended under many notes to indicate that the volume steadily increases during the passage."
A gradual decrease in volume. Can be extended in the same manner as crescendo."
11.Rest:Yes,Quarter note at m 1,2,3,4,5,6,9,10,11,13,15,16,17,18,19,20,21,23,24,25,,26,27,28,29,30,32,34,35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,one eigth note at m 8, half note at m 12,20,
definition:Tie,"In music notation, a tie is a curved line connecting the heads of two notes of the same pitch and name, indicating that they are to be played as a single note with a duration equal to the sum of the individual notes' values."
Definitions:"simile" (abbreviated to sim.) "In a similar way." A direction to play something in a similar manner to that previously marked. Often applies to pedalling or articulation."
"Definition:"rit",A gradual change in tempo is indicated by the abbreviation for accellerando (pron. aht-chel-le-rahn-doh), accel., meaning gradually faster, or by the abbreviation for ritardando (pron. reetar-dahn-doh) rit., meaning gradually slower. Senza means 'without' as in senza rit., without ritard."
Definition:"Volta brackets"at m 40,41,42,43, (1st and 2nd endings, or 1st- and 2nd-time bars)
A repeated passage is to be played with different endings on different playings; it is possible to have more than two endings (1st, 2nd, 3rd ...).
(lit. "From top") Tells the performer to repeat playing of the music from its beginning. This is usually followed by al fine (lit. "to the end"), which means to repeat to the word fine and stop, or al coda (lit. "to the coda (sign)"), which means repeat to the coda sign and then jump forward.wiki
definition:" Fermata (Pause) at m 20
A note, chord, or rest sustained longer than its customary value. Usually appears over all parts at the same metrical location in a piece, to show a halt in tempo. It can be placed above or below the note. The fermata is held for as long as the performer or conductor desires."