Do cats shriek and run and hide when you sing? Does it sound like nails on a chalkboard when you use your voice? Or do your notes roll smoothly like vocal poetry? Whether you are a new singer or can read music effortlessly, I am going to help you to find your singing voice and teach you about musical notes. Musical Notes
The way to look at music is just imagining it like words from a book. The only difference is the symbols represent the pitch, the speed, and the rhythm of the song. Think of the notes as the letters and the phrases as the sentences. There are twelve notes, and the letters they go by are A, B, C, D, E, F, and G. The Basic Symbols of Notation: The Staff You need to learn the basics, as music is made up of symbols like the staff, clef, and notes. The staff has five lines and four spaces. Each of those lines and spaces represents a different letter which represents a note. The lines and spaces represent notes named A-G. The note sequence…
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