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Republic of the Philippines

CAPIZ STATE UNIVERSITY


College of Education
Main Campus, Roxas City
Tel. No. (0!" !#$% &'( local $$(
Life is like a piano . What you get out if it depends on how you play it
EMERSON B. GOLIPARDO EDUARDO FAMUCOL
BSED 2A MAPEH Professor Ed.Tec. !
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The piano has (( /eys, 0hich a*e blac/ and 0hite.
The*e a*e ' diffe*ent notes+ 1, 2, C, ), E, 3, and 4
The*e a*e also flat and sha*p .e*sions of each note, 0hich change the tone of
the note slightly.
1980
Capiz State University
No&e N$%es $#d So"#ds
Each note ma/es a diffe*ent sound.
Each sound has been gi.en a name to ma/e it easie* to lea*n.
C 5 )o
) 5 Re
E 5 Mi
3 5 3a
4 5 6o
1 5 7a
2 5 Ti
Perhaps you remember seeing this in the Sound of Music
One of a pianists vital skill is to memorize the tune of every notes
2 -$)s of No&e re$d(#*3
$. So'fe*e 4So'feo5 (The study of solf8ge enables the musician to audiate, o*
mentally hea*, the pitches of a piece of music 0hich he o* she is seeing fo*
the fi*st time and then to sing them aloud)
#. Le&&er N$%es (he most significant for students! because "hen they apply
it to an instrument letter names has both an absolute position and
absolute fingering on the instrument)
. Por&fo'(o(collection of varied evidences)
Cords
)efinition+ 9hen you play a cho*d on the piano, you play th*ee notes togethe*.
Example+ :ou play C, E, and 4 at the same time. This is called a C Ma-o*
Cho*d.
Sc$'es
)efinition+ 9hen you play a scale on the piano, you begin on one
note and play up o* do0n until you *each that same note again.
Example+ :ou begin on C and play ), E, 3, 4, 1, 2, and then end
on C again. This is called the C Ma-o* scale.
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9ith p*actice, you 0ill be able to *ead music on pape* 0hile you
play it on the piano. ;e*e a*e some of the things you need to /no0+
Notes can be gi.en .alues, 0hich 0ill tell you ho0 long to play
them befo*e mo.ing on to the next note. 6ome of the most
common note .alues a*e+
9hole Notes < % counts
;alf Notes < # counts
=ua*te* Notes < $ count
Eighth Notes > half the count
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6Oce$# Dee.6
7o.e, can?t you see @?m alone
Can?t you gi.e this fool a chance
1 little lo.e is all @ as/
1 little /indness in the night
Please don?t lea.e me behind
No, don?t tell me lo.e is blind
1 little lo.e is all @ as/
1nd that is all
,oh lo.e, @?.e been sea*chin? so long
@?.e been sea*chin? high and lo0
1nd little lo.e is all @ as/
1 little sadness 0hen you go
Maybe you?ll need a f*iend
,nly please don?t let?s p*etend
1 little lo.e is all @ as/
1nd that is all
@ 0anna sp*ead my 0ings
2ut @ -ust can?t fly
1s a st*ing of pea*ls
The p*etty gi*ls go sailin? by
,cean deep
@?m so af*aid to sho0 my feelings
@ ha.e sailed a million ceilings
6olita*y *oom
,cean deep
9ill @ e.e* find a lo.e*
Maybe she has found anothe*
1nd as @ c*y myself to sleep
@ /no0 this lo.e of mine @?ll /eep
,cean deep
No0, can?t you hea* 0hen @ call
Can?t you hea* the 0o*d @ say
1 little lo.e is all @ as/
1 little feelin? 0hen 0e touch
9hy am @ still alone
@?.e got a hea*t 0ithout a home
1 little lo.e is all @ as/
1nd that is all
@ 0anna sp*ead my 0ings
2ut @ -ust can?t fly
1s a st*ing of pea*ls
The p*etty gi*ls go sailin? by
,cean deep
@?m so af*aid to sho0 my feelings
@ ha.e sailed a million ceilings
6olita*y *oom
@?m so lonely, lonely, lonely (,cean deep"
,n my o0n in my *oom
@?m so lonely
(,cean deep"
@?m so lonely, @?m so lonely ...