NAMES VALUES
Have you ever Wanted to...
Play like Bach?
Write like Beethoven?
Tickle the Ivories like Handel?
Perform at a young age like Mozart?
Rap like Eminem?
Perform in front of thousands of people like Carrie Underwood?
Combine styles of music like Linkin Park?
It all starts with understanding the basics of writing music.
But First…..
We must understand note values and rest values!
Note Values According to AllWords.Com  A Note Value is: A musical notation that indicates the relative duration of a note,...
Examples of Note Values
Whole Note- 4 Beats Half Note- 2 Beats Quarter Note- 1 Beat Eighth Note- ½ Beat
Let’s take a look at each of these notes individually!
A Whole Note is shown above as a hollow circle representing a four beat hold in music.
<ul><li>When playing a whole note, we would play on beat one and hold for four beats.  Let’s try that now on our recorders...
A Half Note is shown above as a hollow circle with a stem attached.  This note represents a two beat hold in music.
When playing a half note, we would play on beat one and hold for two beats.  Let’s try that now on our recorders.
A Quarter Note is shown above as a colored in circle with a stem attached.  This note represents a one beat hold in music.
<ul><li>When playing a quarter note, we would play on beat one and hold for one beat.  Let’s try that now on our recorders...
An Eighth Note is shown above as a colored in circle with a stem and flag attached.  This note represents a 1/2 beat hold ...
<ul><li>When playing an eighth note, we would play on beat one and hold for 1/2 beat.  Let’s try that now on our recorders...
Let's Review over the notes we just learned!
Can you Guess How Many Beats These Notes Get?
How many beats?
= 1 Beat
Were you Correct?
How many beats?
= 4 Beats
Were you Correct?
How many beats?
= 2 Beats
Were you Correct?
How many beats?
= 1/2 Beat
Were you Correct?
Rests <ul><li>According to Wikipedia  A rest is: </li></ul><ul><li>A  rest  is an interval of silence in a piece of music,...
Examples of Rests
Whole Rest- 4 Beats Half Rest- 2 Beats Quarter Rest- 1 Beat Eighth Rest- 1 Beat
Let’s take a look at each of these rests individually!
A Whole Rest is shown above as a  Upside down hat representing a four beat silence in music.
A Half Rest is shown above as a  filled in hat representing a two beat silence in music.
A Quarter Rest is shown above as a  squiggly line representing a one beat silence in music.
A Eighth Rest is shown above as a  symbol looking like a seven with a dot on the ends representing a 1/2 beat silence in m...
Let's Review over the rests we just learned!
<ul><li>Can you Guess How Many Beats These Rests Get? </li></ul>
How many beats of silence?
= 1 Beat
Were you Correct?
How many beats of silence?
= 4 Beats
Were you Correct?
How many beats of silence?
= 1/2 Beat
Were you Correct?
How many beats of silence?
= 2 Beats
Were you Correct?
What we've learned  Today! Note Value  Rest Whole Note  Whole Rest Half Note  Half Rest Quarter Note  Quarter Rest Eighth ...
THE END
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  1. 1. NAMES VALUES
  2. 2. Have you ever Wanted to...
  3. 3. Play like Bach?
  4. 4. Write like Beethoven?
  5. 5. Tickle the Ivories like Handel?
  6. 6. Perform at a young age like Mozart?
  7. 7. Rap like Eminem?
  8. 8. Perform in front of thousands of people like Carrie Underwood?
  9. 9. Combine styles of music like Linkin Park?
  10. 10. It all starts with understanding the basics of writing music.
  11. 11. But First…..
  12. 12. We must understand note values and rest values!
  13. 13. Note Values According to AllWords.Com A Note Value is: A musical notation that indicates the relative duration of a note, using the color or shape of the note head, the presence or absence of a stem, and the presence of flags.
  14. 14. Examples of Note Values
  15. 15. Whole Note- 4 Beats Half Note- 2 Beats Quarter Note- 1 Beat Eighth Note- ½ Beat
  16. 16. Let’s take a look at each of these notes individually!
  17. 17. A Whole Note is shown above as a hollow circle representing a four beat hold in music.
  18. 18. <ul><li>When playing a whole note, we would play on beat one and hold for four beats. Let’s try that now on our recorders. </li></ul>
  19. 19. A Half Note is shown above as a hollow circle with a stem attached. This note represents a two beat hold in music.
  20. 20. When playing a half note, we would play on beat one and hold for two beats. Let’s try that now on our recorders.
  21. 21. A Quarter Note is shown above as a colored in circle with a stem attached. This note represents a one beat hold in music.
  22. 22. <ul><li>When playing a quarter note, we would play on beat one and hold for one beat. Let’s try that now on our recorders. </li></ul>
  23. 23. An Eighth Note is shown above as a colored in circle with a stem and flag attached. This note represents a 1/2 beat hold in music.
  24. 24. <ul><li>When playing an eighth note, we would play on beat one and hold for 1/2 beat. Let’s try that now on our recorders. </li></ul>
  25. 25. Let's Review over the notes we just learned!
  26. 26. Can you Guess How Many Beats These Notes Get?
  27. 27. How many beats?
  28. 28. = 1 Beat
  29. 29. Were you Correct?
  30. 30. How many beats?
  31. 31. = 4 Beats
  32. 32. Were you Correct?
  33. 33. How many beats?
  34. 34. = 2 Beats
  35. 35. Were you Correct?
  36. 36. How many beats?
  37. 37. = 1/2 Beat
  38. 38. Were you Correct?
  39. 39. Rests <ul><li>According to Wikipedia A rest is: </li></ul><ul><li>A rest is an interval of silence in a piece of music, marked by a sign indicating the length of the pause. Each rest symbol corresponds with a particular note value. </li></ul>
  40. 40. Examples of Rests
  41. 41. Whole Rest- 4 Beats Half Rest- 2 Beats Quarter Rest- 1 Beat Eighth Rest- 1 Beat
  42. 42. Let’s take a look at each of these rests individually!
  43. 43. A Whole Rest is shown above as a Upside down hat representing a four beat silence in music.
  44. 44. A Half Rest is shown above as a filled in hat representing a two beat silence in music.
  45. 45. A Quarter Rest is shown above as a squiggly line representing a one beat silence in music.
  46. 46. A Eighth Rest is shown above as a symbol looking like a seven with a dot on the ends representing a 1/2 beat silence in music.
  47. 47. Let's Review over the rests we just learned!
  48. 48. <ul><li>Can you Guess How Many Beats These Rests Get? </li></ul>
  49. 49. How many beats of silence?
  50. 50. = 1 Beat
  51. 51. Were you Correct?
  52. 52. How many beats of silence?
  53. 53. = 4 Beats
  54. 54. Were you Correct?
  55. 55. How many beats of silence?
  56. 56. = 1/2 Beat
  57. 57. Were you Correct?
  58. 58. How many beats of silence?
  59. 59. = 2 Beats
  60. 60. Were you Correct?
  61. 61. What we've learned Today! Note Value Rest Whole Note Whole Rest Half Note Half Rest Quarter Note Quarter Rest Eighth Note Eighth Rest
  62. 62. THE END

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