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Music theory ABRSM Grade 1: what are sharps, flats, and naturals?

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Published on March 12, 2014

Author: jslvtr

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Start learning music theory for ABRSM Grade 1 with this presentation explaining what accidentals are. What are sharps, flats, and naturals?

This is the fifth presentation of many in Learn music theory for ABRSM Grade 1.

View this as a video (with my explanations): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-wK5nS_y1Vg
More lessons and posts available in my blog: http://music.jslvtr.com
This is part of an extensive video-course that covers all of ABRSM Grades 1 and 2, and is available here: https://www.udemy.com/music-theory-abrsm-1-2/?couponCode=YOUTUBE15
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http://music.jslvtr.com Lesson 5 Sharps, flats, and naturals Learn music theory: ABRSM Grades 1&2

Learning objectives • What are accidentals: sharp, flat, and natural • How we can move between sharp, flat, and natural

Sharp, flat, and natural • The white notes are called C, D, E, F, G, A, and B • But what are the black notes called?

Sharp, flat, and natural • First we must know how to write sharp, flat, and natural! • Sharp: • Flat: • Natural: These are called accidentals

A piano keyboard C D E F G A B C D C# D# E# F# G# A# B# C#

A piano keyboard C D E F G A B C D Db Eb Fb Gb Ab Bb Cb Db C# D# E# F# G# A# B# C#

A piano keyboard C D E F G A B C D Db Eb Fb Gb Ab Bb Cb Db C# D# E# F# G# A# B# C#

So what is “natural”? • If you make a note sharp, it stays sharp until the end of the bar We make this note sharp This one is also sharp And this one… This one too, but not after the bar This one is not sharp And we make it sharp again

So what is “natural”? • If you make a note sharp, it stays sharp until the end of the bar We make this note sharp This one is also sharp Now this one is natural (just A, the white note) This one we make sharp again This one is not sharp And we make it sharp again

So what is “natural”? • If you make a note sharp, it stays sharp until the end of the bar We make this note sharp We make this one flat Now this one is natural (just A, the white note) This one we make sharp again This one is natural And we make it sharp again

We have seen… • What are accidentals: sharp, flat, and natural • How we can move between sharp, flat, and natural

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