Unit 1 THINKING OUT OF THE BOX

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Unit 2 COMMUNICATION SKILLS

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Unit 3 DEVELOP COMMUNICATION SKILLS

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Unit 4 SELF-EXPRESSION

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In music the coordinates are:

1) **time **as regards the horizontal translation or the sequence of beats

2) **musical ****intervals** (see lesson 2) which instead indicate the vertical translation along the staff

From a practical point of view, this is not too complicated. Let’s go back to our C major scale and remember that:

- C-D = second (2 sT)
- C-E = third (4 sT)
- C-F = fourth (5 sT)
- C-G = fifth (7 sT)
- C-A = sixth (9 sT)
- C-B = seventh (11 sT)
- C-C (upper octave) = octave (12sT)

In the first bar the notes are C (1) D (2) E (3) C (1); in the second bar the original melody was raised by a second, i.e. starting from the second note with respect to C, but, having done this, the succession of intervals with respect to D will always be: D (1) E (2) F (3) D ( 1).

Starting from the initial melody, a new melody was generated through a mathematical/geometric process.