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  • 1. COUNTING OUT NOTES
    • RYTHM: Is the pattern of regular or irregular pulses in music.
    • 2. BEAT: A pulse of time that divide timo into equal lenghts. Exemple: every minute the second hand ticks 60 times. Each of those ticks is a BEAT
    • 3. TEMPO: The speed of the beat
    • 4. NOTE: Tells the performer how long and how often to play a certain pitch
  • 5. NOTES AND NOTE VALUES
    • Semibreve or whole note 4 beats
    • 6. Minim or half note 2 beats
    • 7. Crotchet or quarter note 1 beat
    • 8. Quaver or eighth note ½ beat
    • 9. Semiquaver or sixteenth note ¼ beat
  • 10. TREE OF NOTES
  • 11. THE WAY NOTES LOOK
  • 14. GIVING IT A REST
    • REST: Notes you don't play. You don't have to do anything during it. But keep on counting off the beats
  • 15. RESTS AND RESTS VALUES
    • Semibreve or whole note 4 beats
    • 16. Minim or half note 2 beats
    • 17. Crotchet or quarter note 1 beat
    • 18. Quaver or eighth note ½ beat
    • 19. Semiquaver or sixteenth note ¼ beat
  • 20. TIME SIGNATURES
    • In printed music, right after the clef at the beginning of the staff, there are a pair of numbers, one written over the other
    • 21. The top number tells you the number of beats in each measure (or bar)
    • 22. The botom number tells you which type of note value equals one beat
  • 23. In a six eigth time: 6/8
    • Semibreve or whole note 8 beats
    • 24. Minim or half note 4 beats
    • 25. Crotchet or quarter note 2 beat
    • 26. Quaver or eighth note 1 beat
    • 27. Semiquaver or sixteenth note 1/2 beat