I hope you all found the first little tutorial yesterday useful.
Unless I am democratically overruled 😉 I will try to give a little musicology snippet at the start of each rehearsal.
Once you understand your own musical range it helps you to pitch notes within your comfortable range and to prepare your voice when you can see that a note will be very high or very low.
We all have different voices but I have attached the pictures I used yesterday, giving what I think would be typical for each of the voice parts. Click on the image to make it bigger.
The picture also shows you a useful mnemonic to know the letters for each space on the stave – “FACE” for the treble clef and “All Cows Eat Grass” for the Bass clef.
Next week different types of musical progression.
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