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Freshman Band Scale Checkoff/Final Exam Freshman Band Final You will need to know the following information for your band final: Identify the treble (G clef) _____ and the bass (F clef) ________ Name the notes of the treble clef lines (EGBDF) and spaces (FACE) Name the notes of the bass clef lines (GBDFA) and spaces (ACEG) Identify the staff, bar lines, measures, repeat signs Identify and give the duration of whole, half, dotted half, quarter, dotted quarter, eighth, and sixteenth notes and rests. Explain what the top and bottom notes of a key signature tell us. Definitions Dynamics—loudness or softness of music Flat—lowers the pitch of a note ½ step Natural—cancels a flat or sharp Phrase-- a musical thought or sentence Ritardando (ritard, rit)—gradually slow the tempo Sharp—raises the pitch of a note ½ step Slur—curved line that connects two or more notes of different pitches Tie—curved line that connects two notes of the same pitch Tempos Allegro—fast; quick and lively Andante—moderately slow; a walking tempo Moderato—moderate speed Largo—slow Dynamics ff—fortissimo—very loud f—forte—loud mf—mezzo forte—medium loud mp—mezzo piano—medium soft p—piano—soft pp—pianissimo—soft Scale Checkoff All freshman band members will need to play a scale checkoff for Mr. Diggins. Students may use scale sheets or the circle of 5ths during their test. Scales to be played are (in concert pitch): C, Bb, F, Eb, Ab. This checkoff may be completed during lessons or after school and must be played by 4 pm on January 18th.