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Musical Notes and Values

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Music notes form songs and melodies. Each note has it's own value or length, which tells us how long to hold a note out while singing or playing an instrument.
7 but adding the upper octive it would be 8
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Recording audio, yes; converting to MIDI for score notation, not so much so There are a number of freeware and shareware audio recording programs available on the net, the most popular being Audacity (see link below). This is a great program for getting started with recording sound into your comp…
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A whole note gets 4 counts.
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tonic
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it depends on what key it is in
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Do
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A 10 pfennig is a coin, not a note. The value of a 1917 10 pfennig coin depends on its condition. The typical value is between 20 c and 8 US dollars.
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Theoretically eight but the first and last notes are the same note - just an octave higher or lower.
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You can't play with just one saxaphone, but, the sheet music for it can be found on google by typing in movie adventures by John Williams. or star wars by John Williams. a a a d hi a hi g hi f# hi e hi c hi a hi g hi f# hi e hi c hi a hi gf#ge It looks like this d d d g d c b a g d c b a g d c b …
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There are eight notes. A,B,C,D,E,F,G
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If you are using a Windows operating system, hold down the Alt key and enter the ASCII number on the numeric keypad. Alt + 13 = ♪ Alt + 14 = ♫ You can also use Alt + the Unicode value. In Linux, you can do this by pressing Ctrl+Shift+u followed by the Unicode value in Hex, then press Enter. …
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The Americans call it the half note and the English call it a semi-breve.
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A crotchet represents one beat, but the composer sets the length of that beat, whether it is slow or fast.
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Adding a dot to a note increases its duration by half its value.
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I have a 10,000 dollar Confederate treasury note. Montgomery May or (Aug) 28th, 1861 also have a 1,000 one same date and place same no. 88. Have 4 $100 confederate bills RIchmond Feb. 17th, 1864 all same No. 47128. I have 3 $10, 6 $20 and 5 $50. Are they worth anything?
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There are many kinds of notes and rests, each with a different amount of time. A quarter note generally denotes one beat, a half note two beats, a whole note four beats. An eighth note is half a beat, a sixteenth note is one-fourth of a beat. A dot at the end of a note adds one beat to the note (i.e…
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The first note in a scale is called the root or tonic. Tonic is a more precise musical term for it.
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The first note of a musical scale depends on the key you're in. For instance, if you're in the key of A, the first note, known as the root, would be A. If you're in the key of F#, the root would be F#. No matter if you're playing the major scale, the minor scale, the blues scale, or any other scale,…
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triad
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Below are a list of notes in the decreasing time values. Every note is worth half of the beats of the previous note: breve, semibreve, minim, crotchet, quaver, semiquaver, demisemiquaver, hemidemisimiquaver etc. The crotchet takes one beat in simple time signatures.
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A sine wave
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C, F, F, F C, G, E, F C, F, B, B, A, G, F, E, F, G C, F, F, F, C, G, E, F, C, F, A, C, A, F, D, G, A, F
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Alt + 13 = ♪ Alt + 14 = ♫
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A diatonic scale is simply a regular major or minor scale.
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it depends on what key it's in
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A dot beside the note adds one half of the note value to itself. For instance, in 4/4 time a half note equals 2 beats, but with a dot beside the note it would become equal to 3 beats. Another example is a whole note in 4/4 time. The whole note would be equal to 4 beats, but with a dot, it would be…
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Yes, the musical term 'diminuendo' is a type of dynamics. The word 'dynamics' refers to existing sound in terms of its levels of loudness or softness. The word 'diminuendo' is Italian for 'getting softer and softer'. So it measures sound in terms of softness. It therefore is a type of dynamics.
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The bottom number in a time signature is the denominator of the fraction denoting the note value that gets the beat. So if the bottom number in the time signature is a four, imagine it's the bottom of a fraction with a numerator of 1. 1/4 is a quarter, so the quarter note gets the beat.
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It is called staccato. Hope it helps!
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Do, re, mi, fa, sol, la ti, do
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There are eight notes on diatonic scales only. For examples, Major scale (C D E F G A B C) and Natural minor scale (A B C D E F G A) have 8 notes in each. Other scales: Pentatonic scale has 5 notes and Chromatic scale has all 12 notes.
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one beat in 4 4 time A quarter or crotchet note is worth one beat. In a 4/4 time signature there are four beats in a bar, so there are four quarter beats in a 4/4 bar. In a 3/4 bar there are three beats in a bar, so there are three quarter beats in a 3/4 bar. One full beat. So say you're tapping…
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I think its like a sarcastic way of saying you have sympathy... because you know in old movies when there is violin music and its a tragic part? and the SMALLEST violin is because you cant hear it.
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The seventh note in any scale is known as the leading note. In a minor scale - it will be a semi-tone lower than the tonic ( the last note)In the major scale of C, the seventh note is a B.In the song from the sound of music the seventh part is: Tea a drink with jam and bread...
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2 quarters equals a half.2 quarter notes in a half note.
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longer straw, lower noteshorter straw, higher note
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it's "a, b, c, d, e, f, g".
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it depends on what key it's in
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In common time: Whole notes and rests = 4 beatsDotted half notes and rests = 3 beatsHalf notes and rests = 2 beatsDotted quarter notes and rests = 1 1/2 beatsQuarter notes and rests = 1 beatEighth notes and rests = 1/2 beatSixteenth notes and rests = 1/4 beatValues change as the bottom number of the…
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The time values of notes and notes and corresponding rests are the same. Both the quarter note and the quarter rest worth one beat each. Two quarter rests (as well as two quarter notes) are equivalent to a half rest (half note) in duration.
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There is no end to the musical scale, though relevancy is not there, most music is audible by human. So the more accurate question is: What is the range of human hearing?
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These are the notes for Happy Birthday in the key of C major. G G A G C B Happy birthday to you... G G A G D C Happy birthday to you... G G G (8va- play one octave higher) E C B A Happy birthday dear [insert name here]... F F E C D C Happy birthday to you!
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A musical interval of eight notes is known as an octave.
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To memorize a music piece, you have to practice it regularly. Try to use same fingering every time, the muscle memory will help you to memorize easily. Memorize the piece in parts: do not try to memorize the whole piece at one time.
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6 whole note = 4, half note = 2
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This is 6 eighth notes in one measure. It is usually in 2 groups of 3, as in where you accent or tap your foot on the 1 and the 4 when counting 1 2 3 4 5 6.
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I think you meant what note has the half value of the quarter note (or crotchet). In that case the answer would be eighth note (quaver).
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It can, yes. Pink Floyd's "Money" has 7 beats per measure.
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Musical note's
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For grade IV flute music (and grade IV music in general), the common keys are those from one sharp to six flats. That would equal the keys G, C, F, Bb, Eb, Ab, Db, and Gb. However, since you placed this in a college category, it would be a good idea to learn the remaining scales as well. College mus…
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Musical notes are apart of a MEASURE and each measure contains four notes.
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A quarter note is a note that is held out for a full beat.
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G, C and F are names of notes on the staff.
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Same as the first, but one octave higher.
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No. The shape of notes as they are written on sheet music shows you how long the note is played for. The pitch is represented by the position of the note on the stave.
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g e g e g g e(hold e for 2 beats) g e g e g g e(hold for 2 beats) e e g g e e g(hold for 2 beats)g g g g g g e(hold for 2 beats and repeat the song)
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A snare drum only has one note, as well as other percussion instruments.
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Semibreve: four beats Minim: two beats Crotchet: one beat Quaver: half a beat Semi-quaver: quarter of a beat Any note with a dot to the right of it is increased by half of it's original value, e.g. a dotted minim is worth three beats and a dotted semibreve is worth six beats, whereas a dotted …
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Tune down a semi tone;Verse, C, Dm7, Am, G, C, Dm7, F, F#/DChorus; C, Dm7, C x2Bridge; Am7, G, Dm7, F, F#/DTweety bit is the same as the chorusOr you can play in B maj without drop tuning.
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ploughman 5 pound noteType your answer here...
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Have Mercy Once Again - Christ for the Nation written by Maria Sikotorskaia Cm Ab Your kingdom can't be shaken Cm Ab Fm Cm Your throne and chambers laid in with the finest of gold, Ab G7 of burning coal, a blazing fire Your court room rules the nations Justice and truth prevailing in all …
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The dotted note is half again the value of the regular note.
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Shatatantu is a musical instrument of the Vedic period.
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yes this is possible when good musicians tune their instruments they are remembering what it's supposed to sound like and tuning with their ear
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eighth note: 1/2 beat quarter note: 1 beat half note: 2 beats dotted half note: 3 beats whole note: 4 beats Further information: There are many more than five musical notes and their values. Starting with the longest note in Western music: Breve - the value of two whole notes (not commonly u…
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Adding a dot basically means adding half the length of the original note. For example, a crotchet/quarter note with a dot means that the length of the note becomes a crotchet plus a quaver. The note is not played twice, but is tied into the original note.
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The keyboard notes for the song titled The Final Countdown are C# B C# F# D C# D C# B D C# D F# B A B A G# B A G# A B A B C# B A G# F D C# C# C# D C# B C#. This song was released by the band Europe in 1986.
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Values change as the bottom number of the time signature changes but in common time: whole note = 4 beatsdotted half note = 3 beatshalf note = 2 beatsdotted quarter note = 1 1/2 beatsquarter note = 1 beateighth note = 1/2 beatsixteenth note = 1/4 beat
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The flat symbol (b)
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It's probably ich bin ein zigeunerkind
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The third note in a major or minor scale is called a mediant.
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There is no single note to represent five beats. You have to tie two or more notes to create a note for five beats. As an example, you can tie a semibreve and a crotchet.
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Hold the note longer - if there is a conductor then wait for his/her cut
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Starting with the longest note in Western music: Breve - the value of two whole notes (not commonly used) Semibreve - a whole note Minim - half of a Semibreve, or equal to two quarter notes Crotchet - a quarter note, and the most common note denomination in music, often referred to as a beat Qu…
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half the regular value
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The dotted-quarter note in a faster song, or the 8th note in a slower one.
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1/2 time signifies that there is one beat per measure, and each beat is equal to one half note.
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The musical note which is half the value of a crotchet is a quaver. In American English, a quaver is sometimes referred to as an eighth note, while a crotchet is a quarter note.
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An 8th note (quaver).
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Common time is an alternative name to the time signature 4/4. It has four beats in a measure. The bottom figure 4 indicates that a quarter note takes one beat.
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A 32nd note is worth 1/8 beats. Three of them are equivalent to 3/8 beats. It is a dotted 16th note in duration.
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a dotted- whole note.
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It depends on what instrument you are playing and whether it is in bass or treble clef. If you were playing something in a concert type like a flute for example, it would be this: E B B F# E E C E E F# E E B B F# E E C E E F# E E B A E F# E E A G C B C D E F# G A B A D# You really have to know how t…
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Yes, in German music B is called 'H' and the note the Germans call B is the same as our B flat.
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Sixteenth notes in 4/4
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The value of what note serves as the basis for the relative value of all other notes?
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There is no musical note that is the sound of a flushing toilet. It's only a sound effect, it doesn't have any tone to it.
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