Difference between a Melodic and Rhythmic feature??
Rhythmic, comes from rhythm or what you could call, "the beat" or if it has syncopation (accents on off-beats)(non tonal). And melodic, means melody, usually referring to how high or how low it is, and the texture (harmonies) it has.
About what section? Set songs, set works, dictation, irish music? what section are you referring to?
Set songs & set works:
- Learn at least TWO rhythmic and melodic features on each song and work
- Learn all composers of each song and work
- Learn the title of each song and work as well as the movement names of each work
- Learn the speed / time signature / key of each song and work
- Learn traditional AND non-traditional features (preferably 5 of each)
- Learn traditional AND non-traditional instruments
- Learn types of Irish dances
- Learn types of songs such as laments, lullabies (only name them!)
- Learn an Irish music composer / performer / group such as Bill Whelan or Planxty (For part D of Q3: Irish Music)
- Learn features of sean-nós singing
- Learn definitions such as planxty, fusion etc
- Study THREE features in detail about your general study which could be early music, day-to-day music etc (pick one of the categories) (mine is early music)
- Learn ALL letter names including ledger lines and spaces
- Learn ALL note names and values (Crotchets, quavers, minims, semibreves, semi-quavers, dotted minims and dotted crotchets at JC level)
- Learn the tonic solfa names (you don't have to do but could be helpful in doing this question)
Choice songs & works
- Learn instruments
- Learn ALL of your choice songs & works with TWO features on each (it's unpredictable which one will come up)
- Learn the different textures (Homophonic, polyphonic, monophonic)
Other questions, you don't have to study really.