Learn music and melody for composers, key signature, MuseScore software complex melody dreams

Learn music and melody for composers, key signature, MuseScore software complex melody dreams



so then when I come flat out of our cuttings and Germans continued our tutorials about learning music and composing this video gonna complete our tutorials so it's the story we're going to talk about the key signature it's one of the most important topics in this series okay or generally in music learning so here the key signature comes right after the clave symbol on the staff it may have either some sharp symbols or particular lines or spaces or some flat symbols again on particular lines or space there are no flats or sharps listed after the clef symbol then the key signature is all notes are natural okay in combination clef and key signature are the only samples that normally appear on every step so they appears too often because these are such important symbols they tell you what note is on each line and space obviously the glyph tells you willyou the letter name of the note ABC and so on and the key tells you whether whether the note is sharp or flat or natural here okay and here as you can see in a stable cliffs key signature has two flats corpse and this means that notes in table space our E flat and this means not fourth line our D natural because I do not have inside signature and only stab this is best clip so notes on top space our G chart why because this sign of signature no so fourth line our F sharp so we have here G chart if sure why because we have here this and this so please be careful because this really effects the tune the key semester is a list of all the sharps and flats in the key that the music is in when a charm or flat appears on line with space in the key signature all notes on that line of space or chart or fled and all the other ones which are the same letter names in other octaves are also chart effect so this is really critical so the kiss kissing nature has a flat on the B line so all of these bees are flat as you can see this the sharps or flats always appear in the same order on all key signatures this is the same order in which they are added as keys get sharper or whether for example the key G major E minor has only one sharp it will be F sharp so F sharp is always the first chart listed in the chart key signature the keys that have two charts D major and the minor have F sharp and C sharp so CHR beer is all the second chart in a key signature and so ok you may find this not easy but with practicing and with getting more notes we'll use to it okay so the order of the terms is please here is F char c g d a.b and order all the flats is the reverse of the order of the charge so that who BB e a d g see if you can find a way to know these things and put them in your mind so order of sharps as you can see and here's the order of flats okay if c g d AE b if c ji Dae B sharps from left right from right left in our place so the keys the keys with only one flat sorry we have your problem trouble I was so the key with only one flat F measure and E minor have a B flat the keys with two flat B flat major and G minor ok have B flat and E flat and so on the order of flats and sharps like the order of the keys themselves follows a circle of fifths so again so the keys with only one flag pleasure and E minor have a billet the keys with two flats B flat major and G minor have B flat and E flat okay and so on so the order of the flats and sharps like the order of the keys themselves full circle of fifths you if you do not know the name of the key of a piece of music the key signature can help you find out assume for a moment that you are in a major key if the key content charts the name of the key is one half step higher than the last sharp in the key signature if the key contains the flats the name of the key signature is the name of the second-to-last fled in the key signature okay so again the D contains flats the name of the piece of nature is the name of the second-to-last flat in the key signature so let's see here west sharp is each our key is f sharp major one half step higher than each arm okay so west sharp is each or key is f sharp major one half higher than each arm here less sharp is see chart you have to know the order or you will not find it easy so a key is D major one half step higher than C chart and this depends on the previous two tutorials or what tutorial we have uploaded okay you have to know these orders second-to-last flat is e he is a flat major so the second question that is if let he is if flat major and here second last flat is a flat he is a flat major so we have here left sharp is each or he is f sharp major one half step higher than each art Lassiter is sitter K he is D major one half step higher than C sharp by practicing these kind of things and please write these things down and try to guess and this is the easiest way to learn the second-to-last flat is a flat key is a flat major and please try to connect these things with the piano and play using mu score to see the difference second last flat is a and key is a flat major okay wet wet any our charms the only major key is there these rules do not work refer our C major no flats or sharps and F major just don't want let it is it is to just to memorize the key signatures for these two very common keys one rule one rule that also works for the key of F major remember that the second-to-last flat is always a perfect fourth higher than or a perfect fifth lower than the final flat so it would be easy for you so you can only neck so you can also say that the name of the key signature is a perfect fourth lower than the name of the final flat as you can see here the key of C minor has new charts of less if measure only has one flat the music is in a minor key it will be in the relative minor of the manager and the major key for that key signature you may be able to tell just from listening whether the music is in a major or minor key okay this is also by practice that's why I'm telling you that you must practice am more and more so it's not the best clue is to look at the final Court courts that court and often the final note of the melody also we usually name the key so that's it for this I know that may be complicated but by practicing you'll it will be fine so gentlemen Easter yesterday I was very lucky to watch this great interview between the violinist Itzhak Perlman with miss mrs. Christiane Amanpour on CNN he thought about his passion to music and the violin really it was great in a few please watch this interview I will find it on my channel ok so so now we have here I got this melody from the website of amuse score I guess you will find it and so Wow gentlemen really it's amazing I got this cause I guess dreams so it's see we can use it listen the violin I really like the violin strings so as you can see there is some strange here the melting is strange because this is for the piano okay this is the treble clef and we have feel best cliff so you will listen to something different and here let's see so the keyboards piano suits see it the organ [Applause] so as you can see the type of this room heads is pretty important and it must match with the note you write okay or we would not not enjoy okay so as you can see here is the vocals keyboards bien so this is the best for me at least okay so thank you for much I wish you practice more and more please try to get this kind of notes and to see to see more and to get some reference we use okay thank you very much see you the next tutorial

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