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