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Rhythms

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  • 1. Beat: the steady pulse of the musicRhythm: a pattern of long and short sounds and silences- “the way the words go” One Beat Rhythms These rhythms usually last for one steady beat Name of How we say What it looks How many Rhythm it like sounds or silences Quarter Note ta one sound lasting one beat Quarter Rest shh one silence lasting one beat Eighth Note Pair titi two sounds lasting one beat
  • 2. Beamed Sixteenth tikatika four sounds Notes lasting one beat
  • 3. Two Beat Rhythms These rhythms or groups of rhythms usually last two beats Name of How we say What it looks How many Rhythm it like sounds or silences Half note ta-ah one long sound lasting two beats Half rest shh-hh one long rest lasting two beats Eighth note syncopa three unequalQuarter note sounds lasting two Eighth note beatsDotted quarter tam-ti two unequal sounds Eighth lasting two beats Tied quarter ta-ah one long sound notes lasting two beats
  • 4. TIME SIGNATURES The way beats of music are grouped to make them easier to read, sing, and play Time Another way to How many beats in How to Signature write it a measure? conduct? 2 2 Two Down 4 Up 3 3 Three Down 4 Out Up Floor 4 4 Four Door 4 Window CeilingBarline: the up and down lines in a piece of music that divide themeasuresMeasure: the space between two barlines, group of rhythmsDouble Barline: the end of the song
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