Transposing, Writing in Time Signature for Intermediate Theory Exam
How do you write an Intermediate Theory exam? One question at a time. This video covers the question for transposing. That to look for in the question and how to avoid common errors. Adding in a Time Signature? Add two of the same notes together to see what it makes…please see the video for more tips.
Intermediate Theory which is the same as Level 6 according to the RCM 2015 syllabus.
Compound time is introduced and is exactly like simple time as far as beats go. Compound time works in groupings of 3. So a 6/8 time signature would be 2 main beats (divide the top number of compounded time by 3 to see what the beats are) The possibilities for compound time is either a 6 a 9 or 12 on top. Divide these by 3 and what do you get? for 6 divided by 3 there would be 2 main beats. For 9 on top there would be 3 main beats and for 12, 4 main beats. In compounded time the beats are in groupings of 3. 6 beats would be 1-2-3 4-5-6
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