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Demonteverde Music Learning Center Publishing, 2006 Copyright © 2006, in the Philippines, by Paul Demonteverde All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced in any form, except by a newspaper or magazine reviewer who wishes to quote brief passages in connection with a review. Book cover, interior design and editing, including charts and illustrations by Paul Demonteverde Musical piece found in this book are for study purpose only. Demonteverde, Paul Module for Organ Course Book One/Paul Demonteverde Demonteverde Music Learning Center Publications 35 Mapagbigay Street Pinyahan, Quezon City 1100, Philippines www.pauldemonteverde.com E-mail: maestro@pauldemonteverde.com

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Acknowledgements
The author wishes to express his thanks to the following individuals: To Denny Diocansel, for believing in my talents and assisted me in finishing this book and made it possible. To Rev. Fr. Marlou LeMaire, for believing in my talents; And, pursuing me to take the opportunity to teach music to others. To my mother, in purchasing some musical piece that I used in this book; And most of all, Grateful thanks to the Almighty God, without whom the author wouldn‟t be.

Cycles of Syllables A. Composition of a Piano Keyboard A. Lines and Spaces A. The Sharp Keys B.1. Melody Patterns A. Time Signature Words to Remember Lesson X A. The Piano and the Letter Names on G-Cleft Words to Remember Lesson IV A. The Whole Tone and Semitone B. Finger Exercises Lesson V A. Sharp. The Piano Keyboard A. Accidentals Lesson XI A. The Flat Keys Words to Remember Appendix A: Chord Chart Appendix B: Chord Chart 5 6 6 6 6 8 8 8 9 11 11 12 13 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 21 21 22 22 26 27 27 30 32 33 33 34 35 . The Treble Cleft or the G-Cleft Lesson III A. Number Names of Line and Space Notes Lesson II A.2.2.1. Syllables of Music A. Finger Exercises Lesson VII A.1. Flat and Natural C.1.2. Staff A.2.4 Contents Acknowledgements Introduction Lesson I Outlining the Hands A. Reverse Cycle of Syllables B. Tie and Dot B. Bar Lines and Measure Lesson IX A.1. Slur. Harmony Patterns A. Notes and Rests A. Using the Left and Right Hands Together Lesson VIII A. Key Signature Lesson XII A. Parts of a Note Lesson VI A.

As we move forward to our study. we can see the beauty and harmony that grows beyond our world. With all of these. showing love to the wonders and gifts of God. It tends us to understand one another. we can express our feelings. Can we imagine what kind of world it will be without music? Try to listen around you. stomping your feet produces sounds. . we create sounds. Can you hear any sounds? Those sounds we hear are part of music. It moves deeper down to our heart and triggers our emotional awareness. It deals with our nature. Tapping your desk. Philippines All Rights Reserved. When we talk. we will learn more of what music really is. Even silence is a part of music. Copyright © 2006 by Demonteverde Music Learning Center.5 INTRODUCTION Music in Everyday Life Music became most popular in our lives. In music.

trace each hand and label it as given below. Staff It composed of five lines and four spaces.1.6 Lesson I Outlining the Hands In a separate paper. A. Lines and Spaces These are the LINE notes: These are the SPACE notes: . A.

Number Names of Line and Space Notes Drill 2: Write number names under the following LINE and SPACE notes. __ . __ A. Mark L if the note is on a LINE.7 Drill 1: On the staff below you will find LINE and SPACE notes mixed together.2. if in a SPACE. mark S.

Syllables of Music Alphabet So-fa Numbers C do 1 D re 2 E mi 3 F fa 4 G sol 5 A la 6 B ti 7 We can put the syllables together to make one word to remember it easily: AL-SO-NOS. Reverse Cycle of Syllables .8 Lesson II A. Cycle of Syllables A2. A1.

It tells that the notes are above the Middle C on the piano keyboard.9 B. The Treble Clef or the G-Clef a This is the TREBLE CLEF sign. Line Names: Space Names: To remember the LINE names. just remember this slogan: Every Good Boy Does Fine To remember the SPACE names. just spell this word: F A C E . The line and space name on G-clef.

10 Drill 3: In the following staff. write the correct letter names under each notes. 4k k k k a4 a a a a i __ __ __ __ __ “from Simon Says” k jz k k k k __ __ __ __ k k k k __ __ __ __ __ __ k jz i k k k k k k k k k k k k i __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ k k k k i __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ i k k k k __ __ __ __ __ __ __ .

C The first white key in the Triplet group is name as F.1. F Now. these groups help us to name the white keys. Look at the pictures below. Composition of a Piano Keyboard The piano keyboard is composed of two color keys.11 Lesson III A. the WHITE keys and the BLACK keys. The BLACK key is the divider of the WHITE keys from which we can easily identify the names on the piano keyboard. to name the white keys on piano using the Alphabet Syllables of music: C D E F G A B C D E F G A B Middle C (the center of the piano keyboard) . Black keys have two groups: Duplet black keys and Triplet black keys. The Piano Keyboard A. The first white key in the Duplet group is name as C.

c. Drill 4: With the middle C indicated on the keyboard as your guide. b. . draw a piano keyboard and mark C at Middle C. LEDGER LINES. do the following: a. your instructor‟s name and the date when you had finished it. Draw a under all A keys. write your name. The Piano and the Letter Names on G-Clef. At the back of it. Put an under all C keys.12 A. In a large cardboard. Put a under all G keys.2. Middle C C Look at the notes mark by a circle. To be submit on next meeting. You can see small lines in the notes. Those small lines added above and below the staff are called. Middle C Agreement 1: Create your own piano keyboard.

let us refresh our memory from our past studies. . the White Keys and the Black Keys Divider of the white keys. Tell whether if the note is on a LINE or on a SPACE. Numbers. Identify the LINE and SPACE notes. by this. it tells that the notes are above the Middle C on the piano keyboard Composed of two color keys. Melody Pattern A melody pattern is a succession of notes arranged in a single strain and rhythmically. First. See the musical piece below. Syllables of music Also known as the G-Clef. As to our past lessons. 2. SO-fa. In the music titled. we can easily identify the names on the white keys C key in the middle of the piano keyboard Small lines added above and below the staff Lesson IV A. Read aloud the notes by reciting their Alphabet Syllables. do the following: 1. let us now try to apply both notes reading and the piano keyboard.13 Words to Remember STAFF ALSONOS TREBLE CLEF PIANO KEYBOARD BLACK KEYS MIDDLE C LEDGER LINES Composed of five lines and four spaces ALphabet. “Ode to Joy” by Ludwig van Beethoven.

Be ready for a hands-on recitation on next meeting. Do it slowly. G.1. Position your hand assuming you are holding a ball. F. Better to sit beside them when they are practicing. D. C D E F G Middle C a. They are required to do their practices for 30mins a day. Kindly guide your child in practicing their piece. G keys 10 times. “Ode to Joy” for 30mins.H. Drill 5: Now try to play the song “Ode to Joy” on the piano keyboard. C keys 10 times. b. . D. Practice playing the music.). Finger Exercises Drill 4: Using your right hand (R. E. d. do the following finger exercises. d. Play C. E. Play the following keys and recite each names aloud: C D E F G F E D C C D E F G F E D C C D E F G F E D C C D E F G F E D C C D E F G F E D C c.14 A. b. D. Place your thumb on Middle C key. Try playing it again 5 times reciting the alphabet names aloud of each notes. Agreement 2: For the students: a. F. Study the music from Simon Says. Play C. For the parents: a. c. F. Do the Drill 4. E.

indeed. Note indicates sounds and every note has a time value. Rest indicates silence and like the note. it has a time value. yes. The relations between notes and rests may be illustrated thus: NOTES RESTS NAME COUNTS OTHER NAME     Study this carefully: Whole 4 Semibreve Half 2 Minim Quarter 1 Crotchet Eight ½ Quaver . Rest is a symbol of pause in music. this is important too. „widow playing‟. Note is a symbol of tone in music.15 Lesson V A. but reading music makes playing easy and interesting. Notes and Rests It is fun to „play by ear‟ or the so-called.

“Ode to Joy” in your music manuscript. d.1. f. Agreement 3: a. Philippines All Rights Reserved. In a separate paper. Copyright © 2006 by Demonteverde Music Learning Center. Parts of a Note stem head tail Drill 6: In your music manuscript. make a copy of the table below and paste it on your music manuscript. copy the music from “Simon Says”. . Study the piece and try to identify the notes used in the song. c. TABLE OF COUNTING = = = = ½ count 1 count 2 counts 4 counts b. Be ready for a Mathmusic exercises on next meeting. Play the song for 30mins. Play the song. Identify the notes used in that song.16 A. Copy the music. e. Study and memorize the Table of Counting.

Triad is a chord too. Chord is an organized combination of notes and can have three or more notes. to use the piano keys. This module will only give you briefest glimpses about Chords and Triads. A massive amount of published information is available on this topic. = C chord C E G = G chord D G B = F chord C F A . we will construct simple chords. C + E + G = C chord D + G + B = G chord C + F + A = F chord Now. Harmony Patterns A harmony pattern is an art of concordant notes or combining simultaneously of notes into a chords or triads.17 Lesson VI A. but it is only the combination of three notes. Study carefully the following: Using the following alphabet name.

18 A. you will not be lost. Play C. G. do the following finger exercises. Play the following keys and recite each names aloud: C B A G F G A B C C B A G F G A B C C B A G F G A B C C B A G F G A B C C B A G F G A B C c. B. Place your thumb on Middle C key. G.). A. F G A B C Middle C a. F. A. (Be careful to identify the Duplet and Triplet black keys). B. A. G.1. F keys 10 times. C keys 10 times. Position your hand assuming you are holding a ball. C 5 E 3 G 1 D 5 G 2 B 1 C 5 F 2 A 1 . d. B. Drill 8: Now play the keys given below simultaneously to form a chord: Just follow the illustration below and I assure you. Play it 10 times. Finger Exercises Drill 7: Using your left hand (L. b.H. Play C.

19 Lesson VII A.H. make sure your nails cut short.) C C C C C B B B B B A A A A A G G G G G F F F F F G G G G G A A A A A B B B B B C C C C C RIGHT HAND (R. Play the following keys and recite each name aloud: (Right hand first. Place both thumbs on Middle C key. Using the Left and Right Hands Together Before we proceeds. F G A B C D E F G Middle C a.) C C C C C D D D D D E E E E E F F F F F G G G G G F F F F F E E E E E D D D D D C C C C C . Position your hand assuming you are holding a ball. We will do first the Finger Exercises for both hands.) LEFT HAND (L.H. b.

H.). Printed by Demonteverde Music Learning Center All Rights Reserved . I'm Mai 4 4 a4 4 C C i i i k k j i i i k k j G C i i i G i i i i i i n k k k k k k k k k k k C C C i i i k k j G i i i ak k k k k k j i i i ak k k k C i i i i i i k k k k i i i C i i i i i i n k k k k k k k G C i i i k k j C i i i k k j G k k k k k k j Ode to Joy Ludwig Van Beethoven i i i C i 4 i 4 i C i i i G i i i C i i i G i i i C a4 k k k k 4 G k k k k i i i C k k k k j j j C k k j k k k k i i i j j j G a k k k k k k k k k k j Copyright © 2006.) and the chords with your left hand (L.H. for study purpose only. Play the melody with your right hand (R.20 Drill 9: Using the left and right hand: Practice the musical piece below slowly.

2+1=3 1+½=1½ 2+1=3 1+½=1½ B. bar lines double bar line Measure Measure . the second note becomes an extension of the note. Dot that is place after a note or rest gives them an additional half value. Slur. Tie and Dot Tie is a curve line that joins two notes of the same pitch.21 Lesson VIII A. Bar Lines and Measure Bar lines are lines drawn through the staff and divides it into measures. It divides music into phrases. 4 + 2=6 2 + 1=3 Slur is a curve line place over or under a group of notes. Measure is the space between bar line to bar line. Double bar lines denotes end of a musical piece.

b.22 LESSON IX A. R.H. Look at the illustration bellow: This number shows that there are FOUR counts in a measure. This number indicates that a quarter note () gets one count.H. Other examples: Words to Remember NOTE REST CHORDS TRIADS L. which appears at the beginning of a musical piece and often in fraction symbol. Time Signature Time Signature tells two things: a. The lower number tells what kind of note that received one count. The upper number tells how many counts are there in a measure. Time Signature Time Signature is the grouping of beats into measures. TIE SLUR DOT BAR LINES DOUBLE BAR LINE MEASURE TIME SIGNATURE Indicates sounds Indicates silence Combination of three or more notes Combination of only three notes Left hand Right hand A curve line that joins two notes of the same pitch A curve line that divides music into phrases It gives an additional value of a given note It divides the staff into measures It denotes end of a musical piece Space between bar line to bar line Grouping of beats into measure .

do the following: a. put the Notes or Rests that correspond to the given Time Signature. b. Put ¾ as your Time Signature. Use only for studying purpose. e. Put a Treble Clef sign. On each measure. d.23 Drill 10: On the box below. a double bar line at the end of the staff. Draw a staff. Demonteverde Music Learning Center All Rights Reserved . Divide the staff into three measures. This is a FLAG notes: it is a joined tails of two or more TAILED notes. Drill 11: This is the pre-arrange music from “Simon Says”. c. = from “Simon Says” = Elliot Chiprut a4 m 4 G n o ks C k k k k k k C k k n o ks G k kkk k a k kkk k a G C G o ks k k k k k k k k n o ks k n n G k kkkkkk i C n kkkkkk G ai ai C C k k k k k k G i n C n k k k k k k G Copyright © 2006. Study and play it.

For study purpose only. “Mockin‟ Bird Hill” on your music manuscript. Study and MEMORIZE the following chords: Em Am Dm B E G C E A D F A b. “The Music of the Night” on the next page. C F G Mockin' Bird Hill a3 m 4 F j k k k k k kk k k k k C C V. Demonteverde Music Learning Center All Rights Reserved Agreement 4: a. Then practice the following chords: . Play the song. Study the music.24 Drill 12: Make a copy of the music. Horton kk k k k F G k k k C k k k j a a j G k k kk k k k k k k k k k k C k k jz k kk k k k Copyright © 2006.

don their de .ness wakes and a k G k k k k k Am stirs i .ban .25 The Music of the Night Andrew Webber 4 J k k k k a4 Night .time sharp . It indicates certain sections or measures to be performed twice.tion.ens each sen .pose the mu .na .tion.ly the sens .lent . J Copyright © 2006.less to re . F Dm G o ks k k k k k k k k For I com .sic of the Dm G C ai night.sist the notes I write.gi . Dark . F k k k k k k k k k k k k k k Si . C F C k k k k k k k k jz a Help .sa . For study purpose only. Demonteverde Music Learning Center All Rights Reserved Did you see this sign at the beginning and ending of the staff? This is called REPEAT MARK. C G C k G k k k k k C k k G k k height .ma .es a .ens.es. .fens . It tells to play again from its mark.

26 Lesson X A. The Whole Tone and Semitone The Whole Tone and Semitone is a pattern designed for the co-relation of piano keys in the piano keyboard.) The Semitone is a STEP from which only two piano keys are involved. thus called as the WHOLE STEP. thus called as the HALF STEP. there is NO KEY in between) half step . Like this: whole step whole step (As you can see. The Whole Tone is a STEP from which three consecutive piano keys are involved. there is always a KEY in BETWEEN. Like this: half step (As you can see.

27 B. F F F F F# F# F# F# F F F F E E E E Eb Eb Eb Eb E E E E C# C C C . Flat and Natural This is a SHARP. It RAISES a note one semitone or half tone. Accidentals An ACCIDENTAL is a SHARP. Sharp. or NATURAL sign that appears in the body of a music. It RESTORES the note to its original pitch. G B C. Its effect is valid only for the measure from where it appears. G# G This is a FLAT. Bb B This is a NATURAL. FLAT. It LOWERS a note one semitone or half tone. It CANCELS the given sharps and flats on a note.

Demonteverde Music Learning Center All Rights Reserved j . Try to identify the ACCIDENTAL found in the music.28 Drill 13: Study carefully the music below. For study purpose only. additional chord: D C F G D F# A The Entertainer a 4 mz 4 C k k k j k f k ks ks k k k k j f k ks ks k k k k k j k f k ks ks k C F C C F C F o k k fk k k k k k k t t t n k k dk k k k k k k t t o k k fk k k k k k k t t t C G C G D C G a a a a jz G G jz C F jz C kk kkkk kkk kkkk kkk kkkk kk t t t t t t m Copyright © 2006.

G s k dk k k k k jz kz k C Do a Cz k most k t peo . For study purpose only.er be a - kz k k dk t lone and you my k will kz k a t see you've G k dk k k got a friend in C i i Cm Ben. I'm sure k they'd k k think a- They don't see do. G C k k jz now it's we.ny . the two of us need C G k k jz look no more. Demonteverde Music Learning Center All Rights Reserved G .way. titled. kz k k t too. k z f ks k d k k k you're al . like what you know.where. G G s k dk k k k k jz kz fk Cm You feel you're not want .ple would k dk k k you as I turn k k not list .ways run . C k k j now it's we. “BEN”. would try k k k k k k k C i a . G i Cm C Eb Copyright © 2006. Dm G k k jz now it's us. kz k k dk k k t C If you'll e .ed a . kz k k dk k k t a C With a friend to call my kz k k dk k k t own.ver look be - kz k k dk k k t a hind and don't kz k t find. ok t I a k k jz G to say. Study carefully the song and identify the accidentals found on it. Ben. C G o k k k jz t I used to say. k jz ak here and there.en to a word they say.29 Drill 14: The next song was a movie soundtrack. C G you k k jz kz k k dk t I wish they a .gain if they had a friend like. Dm now k k jz it's us. There's k dk k some . k k jz C I and me. used s a kz k k dk k k Ben.thing you k should G kz k k dk k k t you've got a place to z aj go. I'll nev .ning me.ing for. k k jz C I and me. Ben s a 4 kz k k dk k k 4 Ben. C We k z ks k d k k k both found what we were G k k jz k friend look .

that ALL NOTES FALLING on the F LINE and SPACE should be in sharp or raised a half step. key signature is use for the whole part of a musical piece. That is.30 Lesson XI A. . Key Signature Have you ever played before the game titled. “Follow the Leader”? The objective of the game is to follow what the leader does. the FLAT in the key of F is on the B line. after the clef sign. the SHARP in the key of G is on the F line. We will call this staff as Key of F. This is similar with KEY SIGNATURE. followed by a time signature. We will call this staff as Key of G. This means. while. then. It is found at the beginning of the staff. Key signature tells that the entire musical piece is to be play with a definite KEY. This means. Another example below: Key of F All the notes that falls on B line must be play in FLAT Bb Bb Bb Bb Bb All the notes that falls on B space must be play in FLAT In the example above. following what keys is to be play with sharps or flats. For accidentals may valid only for the measures from where it appears. KEY SIGNATURE tells in what KEY the music is to be play. Key of G All the notes that falls on F line must be play in SHARP F# F# F# F# All the notes that falls on F space must be play in SHARP In the example above. that ALL NOTES FALLING on the B LINE and SPACE should be in flat or lowered a half step. It is different from accidentals. It may be in sharp or a flat or multiple sharps or flats.

ter k j in. G Em C D Am Enter In d4 a 4 d G l k k I am Em l Am C l D D m n k k jz En . j k k k the liv . d Em a jz blood.ter D G in. Copyright © 2006. G k k en .31 Drill 15: Study the music below. k k In His G jz D k k in His free name. Em k z ks k k to en . The music is in Key of G.ing D jz k k I am face. k k k z ks k k i I am free to en . praise God.ly to the throne grace d Em j a k wor . dC a jz free.rit Am D k j k k Em Em jz kk j of k z ks and I come free .ter in. For study purpose only.ter a jz in. Demonteverde Music Learning Center All Rights Reserved .ship k k face to D j k z ks O. k k k k k k in His Spi .

To summarize the Sharp Keys. c. The Key of A has THREE sharps. The Sharp Keys a. e. d. The Key of B has FIVE sharps. The Key of G has ONE sharp. The Key of E has FOUR sharps. f. The Key of D has TWO sharps. g. . just remember this sentence: Go Down And Eat Beans Fe Cruz. b. The Key of C# has SEVEN sharps. The Key of F# has SIX sharps.32 Lesson XII A.

The Key of Db has FIVE flats. To summarize the Flat Keys. d. e. g. or natural that appears in the body of music. The Key of Gb has SIX flats. The Key of Bb has TWO flats. The Key of Cb has SEVEN flats. its effect is valid only for the measure from where it appears It tells. flat. c. The Key of Eb has THREE flats. The Flat Keys a. The Key of F has ONE flat. The Key of Ab has FOUR flats. f. just remember this sentence: For Babies Every Angel Drops Golden Coins Words to Remember REPEAT MARK SHARP FLAT NATURAL ACCIDENTAL KEY SIGNATURE Indicates certain sections or measure to be performed twice Raises a note one semitone or half tone Lowers a note one semitone or half tone Restores the note to its original pitch Is a sharp. b. in what key the music is to be play .33 B.

34 Appendix A .

(sus). . I recommend that you may omit additional characters to some chords. (sus7). like: (7). Better for you to study and major first all the basic chords in Appendix A and B. (aug). (9).35 Appendix B For beginners. (M7).

Philippines Form A STUDENT INFORMATION RECORD 1x1 Photo (PLEASE WRITE IN PRINT) NAME OF STUDENT: ______________________________________________________________________________________________ (Last Name) (Middle Name) (First Name) AGE: _______________________ ADDRESS: ______________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________________ PHONE/CELLPHONE NO.36 DEMONTEVERDE MUSIC LEARNING CENTER Manila.: _______________________________________________ PARENTS/GUARDIAN: MOTHER: _________________________________________________ FATHER: __________________________________________________ OTHERS: _________________________________________ KINDLY CHECK FOR FURTHER REQUIREMENTS: ( ) ( ) ( ) Enclosed with this form is Php 200 as my Registration Fee I have my own Portable Organ Keyboard I am required to bring my Portable Organ Keyboard during the hands-on sessions ________________________________ Registration Officer Date:______________________________ ______________________________________________ Parents/Guardian’s Signature Over Printed Name SEX: ___________________ .

Paul V. Quezon City Philippines  Certificate of Merit    This certifies that _____________________________________  has successfully completed the MODULE IN PIANO AND ORGAN COURSE  BOOK ONE Mr. Demonteverde. Instructor Date: ______________________________________ . D. Mus.37 DEMONTEVERDE MUSIC LEARNING CENTER 35 Mapagbigay Street Pinyahan.

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