In the previous lessons, we learned broadly what tonic and dominant patterns can look like in standard musical notation, and read our series of familiar patterns in their familiar order in F-DO and Eb-DO. 

FPIFO in F-DO
Screen Shot 2021 10 10 at 8.36.49 AM - FPIUFO in F-DO and Eb-DO
FPIFO in Eb-DO
Screen Shot 2021 10 10 at 9.41.40 AM - FPIUFO in F-DO and Eb-DO

Read Familiar Patterns in an Unfamiliar Order (FPIUFO)

Now, as a challenge, let’s read those same familiar patterns, but in an unfamiliar order without the crutch of the predictability provided by the familiar order. 

Watch the video above and follow the verbal instructions. Read the familiar patterns in an unfamiliar order: FPIUFO (pronounced "Fuh-Piu-Fo"). You will do this both in F-DO and Eb-DO. 

Below are more familiar patterns in unfamiliar order in F-DO and Eb-DO. Note: these are not in the same order as the video. 

FPIUFO in F-DO
Screen Shot 2021 10 10 at 10.15.22 AM - FPIUFO in F-DO and Eb-DO
FPIUFO in Eb-DO
Screen Shot 2021 10 10 at 10.15.14 AM - FPIUFO in F-DO and Eb-DO

Resources

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