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By Linda Williams

ISBN-10: 0071410112

ISBN-13: 9780071410113

Textual content offers a self-teaching consultant for these with no past formal education in chemistry. Covers the elements of subject; symbols and naming criteria utilized in chemistry; parts, electrons, and the Periodic desk; the composition of atoms; and solubility, boiling, and freezing issues. Softcover.

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26 Ledger Lines and Octave Signs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Some Exercises . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 How to Practice Your Fingering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . qxp 3/22/06 10:26 AM Page 18 The Staff Each staff contains five lines and four spaces. The lines and spaces represent notes on the piano. (Ignore, for now, the symbol that looks like a big C. c Components of the Staff TREBLE CLEF At the far left of the upper staff is a treble clef sign.

If the key signature shows an F#, all Fs will be sharped throughout the piece unless an F$ in the form of an accidental overrides the F# for a measure (see Tip on the previous page). If B% and E% are shown, all Bs and Es are flatted—unless overridden by a B$ or E$ accidental for a measure. & 44 ∑ ? 44 ∑ Piano Note that, when you don’t see any sharp or flat after the treble or bass clef signs, there is still a key signature. The absence of a sharp or flat is telling you to play in the key of C (meaning no sharps or flats).

4 12 & b ˙. œ œ œ œœœ œ ˙. ˙. b ˙. œ œ œ œ œ œ ˙. œ œ œ œ œ 2 18 &b ˙ . b ˙ œ ˙. qxp 3/21/06 5:25 PM chapter Page 44 3 Steps and Intervals The piano keyboard is made up of steps and intervals. Steps can be either half (moving up one key) or whole (moving up two keys). Intervals, on the other hand, can range from an interval of a second (two white keys) to an octave (eight white keys). This chapter helps you better understand these terms and gives you pieces to play to help you learn.

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