Before presenting the second part of the lesson regarding alterations, I want to highlight just how important knowing them is: this will allow you to completely understand the topics of harmony, chords, and composition in general.
Today we will dive deep: after having introduced, in the previous lesson, the most simple accidentals, today we will understand, for example, where the need for double alterations come from.
We will examine how to alter the degrees of the scale in any situation, at the piano.
In this way we will need to introduce more graphical symbols, that will allow us complete contro lover the alterations.
Aftert this part you’ll be able to understand:
- the difference between temporary alterations and permanent alterations
- how to cancel the effect of alterations that are already present
- how, why and when to use double alterations
After this lesson, basically, musical alterations will not be a mistery for you anymore!
For a better under standing of today’s lesson, I’d reccomend, if you haven’t yet, to watch the first part of the lesson: Alterations (part one), here is a simple way to really understand them.
If you already watched the first part of the lesson, to help you keep up with today’s topics I added a video, the first, in which I summarized the content of the first lesson.
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Learning material of this lesson
|3 videos||21 mins|
|1. Where did we leave off last time?||5m 10s|
|2. Temporary accidentals and permanent accidentals||6m 45s||3. What are double accidentals?||9m 11s|
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