Students are more formally introduced to tonality in Stage C. To successfully complete Unit C10 students should become familiar with:
- what a key signature is
- at this stage you can either introduce the concept of a tonal centre/home note, or you could do a more simplified version. It will depend on the age and capacity of the student.
- where to find the key signature of a piece
- playing pieces in the following keys:
- C major
- G major
- D major
- F major
Crossover topic included in C11 – Technical Exercises
- what the tonic note of a scale is (specifically of C major, but potentially able to work it out for other keys).
- what the dominant note of a scale is (specifically of C major, but potentially able to work it out for other keys).
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Stage C Key Signatures
An introduction to the key signatures of C, G, D and F major.
Stage C Tonic and Dominant
An introduction to the tonic and dominant of C, G, D and F major.
Stage C Tonic, Dominant and Key Signatures
C, G, and D majors.