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Quarter note + Half note + Half rest =

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Quarter note + Half note + Half rest =


5 beats


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

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


NO. 3 BEATS


Whole note + half rest + quarter rest =

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Whole note + half rest + quarter rest =


7 beats


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

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


YES.


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


NO. 5 Beats.


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

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


HALF NOTE. 2 BEATS.


 What is the name of this musical symbol ?

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 What is the name of this musical symbol ?


Whole Rest.


 What is the name of this musical symbol?

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 What is the name of this musical symbol?


Dotted Half Note


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

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


QUARTER REST. 1 BEAT


Name the beats that each of these musical notes contain.

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Name the beats that each of these musical notes contain.


  • 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

"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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"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.*


D. FOURTH


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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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

A. a unit of rythum.


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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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

 


C. 4/4 times


The organization of sound length (duration) is called_______

  1. rythum
  2. beat
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The organization of sound length (duration) is called_______

  1. rythum
  2. beat

A. rythum


A steady recuring pulse is called the_______

  1. RYTHM
  2. BEAT

 

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A steady recuring pulse is called the_______

  1. RYTHM
  2. BEAT

 


B. beat


What family do the drums belong to??

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What family do the drums belong to??


Percussion.


What family do these instuments belong to?

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What family do these instuments belong to?


Woodwind.


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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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??


Strings


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

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


BRASS AND WOODWIND.


WHAT FAMILY IS THIS INSTRUMENT A PART OF?

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WHAT FAMILY IS THIS INSTRUMENT A PART OF?


percussion family.


What is this called?

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What is this called?


Time Signature.


A _________ note gets 1/2 of a beat.

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A _________ note gets 1/2 of a beat.


Eigth Note.


Silence in music is represented by____________

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Silence in music is represented by____________


Rests.


What is this called ?

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What is this called ?


A musical staff


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

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


Scale


If you have a 4/4 time signature , how many bets will a quarter note recieve?


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If you have a 4/4 time signature , how many bets will a quarter note recieve?


1 beat.





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