So what was Part I about?
My 0.0002c - Mostly, Figuring out what pitch each note represents by using mnemonic phrases. Now they didn't confuse people by notating the bass side of things (Being a guitarist, you'll likely only look at the treble clef).
But it's useful to know there's a bass clef - and the bottom staff in notation starts at G and not E (the treble clef).
Also they're not yet covering #'s or b's - Part II will probably go through that (I'm not skipping ahead).
Anyone tried out the Ex 8 pattern/melody yet?
C C D E | C E D G | C C D E | C (r) B (r) |
Think I've got it right - Sounds a bit like yankee doodle? I dunno, but it is familiar.
CHeck out Part II here