Aspecial type of broken chord accompaniment where the chord is played in this order: lower note- highest note-middle note then repeats the pattern to create a smooth, sustained, flowing sound
Alberti bass is a kind of broken chord or arpeggiated accompaniment, where the notes of the chord are presented in the order lowest, highest, middle, highest. This pattern is then repeated several times throughout the music. The broken chord pattern helps to create a smooth, sustained, flowing sound on the piano.
whole note whole note
The highest note on record is a G10 sung by Georgia Brown, a Brazilian dance/electric singer.
piano has 88 keys
Thinnest rubber bands produce the highest note.
Thickest rubber bands produce the lowest note.
whole note,or dotted whole note,whole rest
whole note/rest dotted because it has a 6 beats
Wrap the elastic bands all around the box. You may need to tape a small piece of cardboard to the bottom and sides of the box to strengthen the sides.Use your finger to pluck each elastic band.Listen to the different sounds.Use the fingers of one hand to stretch one of the elastic bands and then pluck the elastic band. Does the note change?Arrange the elastic bands in sequence from the highest note to the lowest note. Can you figure out why this sequence works?
The elastic bands vibrate when they are plucked. Both the object that is vibrating and the tension will change the sound. Wide elastic bands usually vibrate slower, creating low notes. Thin elastic bands vibrate faster and create higher notes. A loose elastic band will vibrate more slowly (creating a lower note) than a tight elastic band that is the same width. This is why stretching the elastic can change the sound.
Compared to a thin string of the same length and tightness a thick string produce sounds of -