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Quarter note + Half note + Half rest =



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Double Eight Note + 2 quarter rests.                Does this equal 4 beats ?   If not how much does it equal.



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Whole note + half rest + quarter rest =



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Does a quarter note + a whole rest = 5 beats ?



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Does a double eighth note +a quarter rest +dotted half note = 6 beats ?? If not how many beats does it comtain.



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What is this note`s name and how many beats does it contain?



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 What is the name of this musical symbol ?



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 What is the name of this musical symbol?



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What is this musical symbol called and how many beats of silence does is contain?



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Name the beats that each of these musical notes contain.



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"Fa" represents the ____ tone in the eighth note scale.

  1. First
  2. Secound
  3. Third
  4. Fourth

*HINT. think of the musical warm singers do before they sing a song.*



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In music, what is the best definition for the word measure.

  1. a unit of rythum
  2. a series of musical notes
  3. the speed at which a peice is played
  4. the number of beats a peice contains


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Songs that you hear on the radio are most often written in:

  1. 3/4 tims
  2. 6/8 times
  3. 4/4 times
  4. 2/2 times

 



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The organization of sound length (duration) is called_______

  1. rythum
  2. beat


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A steady recuring pulse is called the_______

  1. RYTHM
  2. BEAT

 



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What family do the drums belong to??



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What family do these instuments belong to?



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Sound is produced by...

  1. sliding the bow across the strings
  2. plucking the sringd with your finger.

What is this family of instuments called??



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What two families of instuments that are in the picture are shown abouve?



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WHAT FAMILY IS THIS INSTRUMENT A PART OF?



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What is this called?



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A _________ note gets 1/2 of a beat.



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Silence in music is represented by____________



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What is this called ?



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A group of pitches organized in assceding picture order is called _______



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5 beats

NO. 3 BEATS

7 beats

YES.

NO. 5 Beats.

HALF NOTE. 2 BEATS.

Whole Rest.

Dotted Half Note

QUARTER REST. 1 BEAT

  • whole rest: 4 beats of silence
  • half rest:  2 beats of silence
  • quarter rest: 1 beat of silence
  • eighth rest: 1/2 beat of silence
  • whole note: 4
  • hald note : 2
  • quarter note : 1
  • eighth note :1/2

D. FOURTH

A. a unit of rythum.

C. 4/4 times

A. rythum

B. beat

Percussion.

Woodwind.

Strings

BRASS AND WOODWIND.

percussion family.

Time Signature.

Eigth Note.

Rests.

A musical staff

Scale






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