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Funiculi Funicula Pt. 1

Matt Brown teaches "Funiculi Funicula" as an exercise in reading and playing in 6/8 time.

Taught by Matt Brown in Reading Music and Rhythm seriesLength: 14:39Difficulty: 2.5 of 5
Chapter 1: (00:50) Introduction Lesson Objectives

-Review how 6/8 time is counted and played.
-Learn how to play the melody to "Funiculi Funicula" by reading a piece of sheet music.
-Play the melody while Matt performs a basic accompaniment part.
Chapter 2: (01:45) Reading 6/8 Time Review of 6/8 time

Top Number

The top number of a time signature always indicates the number of beats within a measure.

Bottom Number

The bottom number indicates which rhythmic value is counted as the beat. In 6/8 time, the eighth note is counted as the beat. Thus, each measure is comprised of six beats in which the eighth note is counted as the beat.

Triple Meter

A triple meter is a time signature in which the number of beats per measure is divisible by three. Some common examples are 3/4, 6/8 and 12/8 time.

Compound Meter

Compound meters are time signatures in which eighth notes are placed in groupings of three. Some common examples are 6/8, 12/8, and 9/8. The jig (often spelled gigue or giga) is played in 6/8 or 12/8. A slight accent is placed on the first eighth note in each beat. 6/8 is not the same as 3/4 due to the way in which the eighth notes are grouped. This alters where the accents occur in the measure.

Since eighth notes are placed in groups of threes in these types of meters, compound meters have a steady triplet feel. This rhythm is usually played steadily by the drummer on the hi-hat or ride cymbal in the context of a band.

Ways to Count 6/8

A. Slow 6/8


For slow pieces in 6/8, count each individual eighth note as the beat. "Nothing Else Matters" by Metallica is an example of a song played with a slow 6/8 time feel. Count "1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6" for each measure.

B. Fast 6/8

Funiculi Funicula is an example of a fast 6/8. In this case, the eighth notes go by too quickly to count each one as the beat. Instead, count "1, 2" for each measure. In this feel, the "1" and "2" occur at the beginning of each subdivision of three eighth notes.
Chapter 3: (08:01) Funiculi Funicula Melody Position Playing

Matt demonstrates the melody in second position throughout the lesson. For extra practice, read through all lesson materials in first position.

Review of Second Position Fingering Rules

-First finger plays at 2nd fret. It may need to stretch back to reach notes at the 1st fret.
-Second finger plays at 3rd fret only.
-Third finger plays at 4th fret only.
-Pinky finger plays at 5th. It may stretch up to reach 6th fret notes.

Process of Learning a New Piece of Music

1. Learn the Title and Composer


Title: "Funiculi Funicula"

Composer: Luigi Denza

2. Note the Key Signature

Key Signature: C Major

3. Note the Time Signature (6/8)

4. Note The Style and Tempo


The style listed is "brightly." Brightly implies a quick, springy tempo and style.

5. Scan for Dynamics

None are listed. This does NOT mean that you should play without any dynamics. It simply means that the dynamics are left up to the discretion of the performer. Highlight important features like the repeating ideas and the phrase structure. Watch and listen as Matt performs the piece for an idea of how to add some dynamics into the part. Also, remember how Matt decided to add dynamics in previous lessons. The dynamics begin at a low volume and build toward a climax. They also mimic the human singing voice. For example, notes that are low in one's singing range can be sung at a low volume. Higher notes in the vocal range require more air support. As a result, these notes are sung louder. Mimic these vocal qualities when performing the melody on guitar.

6. Scan for Other Important Features

Multiple sharp notes occur in the melody. If you see an accidental that continues to reoccur, it's usually a good indication that a brief modulation or key change has occurred. An F# note shows up frequently in this piece. This indicates a key change to either G major or E minor. Remember your tricks for determining the key of a piece!

A. Pick-up Note

Matt provides an example of how the melody enters at 01:48

B. Rhythm

Make sure that you are counting properly. Count the rhythms (using counting syllables) in your head as you play. Remember to count "1, 2" for each measure.

Performance Example

Watch and listen at 06:05 as Matt demonstrates how the melody to the song should be performed.

Practice Time

Pause the lesson video and practice sight reading through the melody slowly in time with a metronome. Go as slowly as you need to! Start at a slow tempo such as 65 or 70 beats per minute. Set the metronome so that it clicks on beats 1 and 4 of each measure or where you are counting "1" and "2." Return to the video when you can play comfortably at 98 beats per minute
Chapter 4: (01:56) Funiculi Funicula Play Along Play the melody along with Matt in this scene. Remember all of the key information presented in previous scenes as you play.
Chapter 5: (02:06) Funiculi Funicula Accompaniment Play the melody while Matt plays an accompaniment part. Remember that you play a pickup note before Matt enters with the first strummed chord.

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kierkier replied

Little confused here -- are you setting the metronome on a count of 1-2-1-2 ect. but playing three beats per one count instead of setting the metronome to 1-2-3-4-5-6? Correct? That hurts my head.

mattbrownmattbrown replied

Yep...you got it! Sorry, I probably could have explained that better. Basically, one click of the metronome is equal to three eighth notes in the written score. You're making some serious headway with these lessons! Keep it up:):)

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