September 12 - Board and Life
G Major - One sharp (#) - place on top line before scale
G A B C D E F# G
G Mixolydian - all white notes
G A B C D E F G
G Dorian - One flat (b) - place on middle line before scale
G A Bb C D E F G
G Minor - Two flats - first as above, second in top space
G A Bb C D Eb F G
Subclassifications of Instruments
End Blown (flute)
Double Reed (oboe, bassoon)
Single Reed (clarinet, sax)
Lip Buzz (trumpet, trombone)
Other (earth, glass, stone)
Suspended (harp, lyre)
Box (piano, zither)
Neck (violin, guitar)
 France - Ductia
 Perotin - Hec Dies (This Is the Day)
 Thomas of Celano - Dies Irae (Day of Wrath)
 Ars Antiqua Motet - Alle Psallite ("Alle" Sing It)
 Italy - Trotto (Trot Dance)
 Guillaume de Machaut - La Messe de Nostre Dame: I. Kyrie (Notre Dame Mass)
Medieval Music I in the Literature class, looking ahead as the board above.
The day starts with pdf of Missa California: Credo (8) and
then beyond to Diablo.
After Theory (review of Week 3, with Dictation / Board Harmony on Conrad Paumann's Mit Ganczem Willen and entertaining student compositions),
an afternoon of detail-editing (Triple Concerto: III, page 36, and finishing that of Decameron - Second Day: V, pages 25-27) and paper grading,
returning in the
light for the night class.
hours given over to two more composed pages (23-24) of The Decameron - Second Day: VII. The Soldan of Babylon's Daughter Falls into the Hands of Nine Men.