What is the shortest musical note?
The shortest musical note is the demisemihemidemisemiquaver, lasting for 1/256 of a beat.
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there are seven basic notes, A,B,C,D,E,F and G but there are many octives that these notes can be in, depending on the instrument.. There are 12 sharped and flated notes. C Db D Eb E F Gb G Ab A B Bb. Some notes have two names. For instance Ab is also caled G#. Cb is called B sometimes. In some sca…les you can have a double flat or sharp. Abb is G. Ebb is D. (MORE)
Remember: only A, B, C, D, E, F, G may be used! 1-Letter words A 2- Letter Words Ad Be Fa (as in Do, Re, Me, Fa...) 3-Letter Words Abe Ace Add Ade Age Bad Bag Bed Bee Beg Cab Cad Dab Dad Ebb Egg Fad Fed Fee Gab Gag 4-Letter Words Aged Bade Bead Beef … Cafe Cage Cede Deaf Deed Dead Edge Egad Face Fade Feed gage 5-Letter Words Added Badge Caged Ceded Dabbed Decaf Ebbed Egged Edged Faced Faded Gaffe 6-Letter Words Badged Bagged Beaded Bedded Beefed Begged Dabbed Deface Efface Gabbed Gaffed Gagged 7-Letter Words Baggage Cabbage Defaced Effaced 8-Letter words (MORE)
The A just above middle C on the piano keyboard. This is approximately 440Hz. The frequency, curiously, varies a bit regionally/nationally. In Europe, for example, it's typically a few Hz higher.
Notes in music are the little "signs" on a bar graph. They tell you which notes to play, how fast to play them, and in which order to play them. I am sure you could find lessons on how to read them on youtube.
There are: . Whole notes - semibreve - 4 beats . Half notes - minim - 2 beats . Quarter notes - crotchet - 1 beat . Eighth notes - quaver - half a beat . Sixteenth notes - semiquaver - a quarter beat . A demisemiquaver is half of a semiquaver, and a hemidemisemiquaver is half of a demi…semiquaver. These terms really do exist. . Each of the above notes may also be expanded by the addition of a dot, which would extend its length by half its value. For example, a dotted crotchet is one and a half beats. A dotted minim is worth three beats. In addition, there is the breve, which is rarely used. Regarding pitch, there are eight notes in any goven octave, and a total of twelve notes in music: C, C#/Db, D, D#/Eb, E, F, F#/Gb, G, G#/Ab, A, A#/Bb, and B. (MORE)
It depends on what instrument you are talking about and what exactly you mean by the word "notes". I play piano and the notes are A B C D E F G. Overall in music, notes tell the musician what pitches to play to make a song. But like I said, it depends on the instrument. A B C D E F and G with the… five additional black (flat/sharp) notes, which can be called different names depending on what "key" you are in. The German musical notation system uses the eighth letter "H" for the note B and "B" for B-flat. Of course, the word "notes" means several thing. Notes can also refer to the symbols used in music: the whole note, the half note, the quarter note, eigth note and sixteenth note - which all get different durations depending on their shape. Notes are also refered to in a system called solfege, which is not key specific and those notes are called: do, re, mi, fa, so, la, ti, do (and many variations). (MORE)
If you are using a Windows operating system, hold down the Alt key and enter the ASCII number on the numeric keypad. Alt + 13 = âª Alt + 14 = â« You can also use Alt + the Unicode value . In Linux, you can do this by pressing Ctrl+Shift+u followed by the Unicode value i…n Hex , then press Enter. However, in most Linux cases, the Ctrl+Shift+U combination usually takes a desktop screenshot. If you know any other combinations, improve above. 2669 = â© 266A = âª 266B = â« 266C = â¬ 266D = â 266E = â® 266F = â¯ In Mac OS X, click the flag icon in the right side of your menubar, and choose "Show Character Viewer." On the left side of that window, choose "Miscellaneous Symbols" and scroll down for notes (â©âªâ«â¬) or "Musical Symbols" for accidentals, barlines and clefs (ð ð ð¡ ð¢ ð â â® â¯ ðª ð«). If you have no flag icon, or if the Character Viewer is not one of the options, open System Preferences (from the Apple menu at the top left), and click "Lanugage & Text," and then "Input Sources" to enable Character Viewer. Some hints: . Make sure your keyboard is in NumLock mode. . Note that many laptops have a blue FN key that changes a set of keys (also with blue numbers on them), into a numeric keypad. . If you don't have a numeric keypad for some reason, you can open the character map (available on any OS), which will allow you to choose from a graphical list of all available characters by selecting them, also allowing you to search by unicode number and several other options: . Windows ( before XP ): Start>Programs>Accessories>System>Character Map . Windows ( XP and beyond ): Start>All Programs>Accessories>System>Character Map . Ubuntu (probably other GNOME based Linux distros too): Applications>Accessories>Character Map . Linux using KDE: click the KDE menu and type Character Map (MORE)
Notes are generally letters that people who play music read. For example a pianist would say C is a note :)
One of the shortest musical notes ever played in a piece of music I have seen is/was in Beethoven's first movement of his ' Pathethique' sonata. In the opening movement quite a few Hundred twenty-eighth notes/quasihemidemisemiquavers/semihemidemisemi quavers were used.
The shortest commonly-used note in music of defined length is a semihemidemisemiquaver, known in American English as a hundred-twenty-eighth note. Although notes of such relative duration are rare, they can be found in Beethoven's Pathetique piano sonata.
A pickup note is a note that is right before the beginning of the music, but it doesn't take up an entire measure and is usually not counted as a measure at all. Is this what you were thinking about?
This question, Does have a "Logical" Answer. We were taught that if the Conductor simply gives ONE Downbeat, then this can represent a piece of music that is silent for the duration of however speedily the Conductor can so Do?!.. To Contain "Sounded" Music, the question is more difficult. This would… be an electronic sound (a "bleep" if you like) of a duration Just long enough to be heard by an audience. Certainly a very, very brief, electronic Sounding of Middle C (which is audible to almost Anyone) would be a good answer too. Another, reasonable answer would be the most pizzicato pluck of a Violin G-string. I hope this is of some use? (MORE)
A music note is called as note, because without being attentive, a person cannot distinguish the note in a melody or in a sound cluster. In Sanskrit, a note is referred to as 'swara' or 'self-shining'. A note can be a written sign representing the pitch and duration of a musical sound. . A note nee…ds to be noticed and distinguished from other notes in a melody or sound cluster. . Without the involvement of a listener, a note goes unnoticed and hence meaningless and ineffective. . T V Sairam . President NADA Centre for Music Therapy (Chennai) . F/48-B, Hari Nagar, New Delhi 110064 India . email@example.com (MORE)
a half notes is a note that is not filled in and that has a stem. It is held for two beats.
Its not something you can just do automatically, because when you start off playing the piano, reading notes is one of the first things you learn. You read notes according to legger lines, and accordingly play them on the piano. I recommend sitting down and asking for the help of someone who knows h…ow to play. (MORE)
The pitch is the frequency of the sound waves and determines how high or low the note is.
on the tune you play doh ray me fah so lah of notes are c' d' a b c d e f g e' and more you must see what is the song note to play the recorder note/!!
It is sung to the tune of the American folk ballad "On Top of Old Smoky". It starts like this. All notes are within one C octave; all C's are the lower one, except the 5th note with is the upper octave. C C E G C... A... A F G A G.... C C E G G.... D... E F E D C.....
in music it goes from a to g as in the alphabet. abcdefg then it starts all over.
They're called the degrees of the scale, and they are as follows: 1st - Tonic 2nd - Supertonic 3rd - Mediant 4th - Subdominant 5th - Dominant 6th - Submediant 7th - Leading tone
Go to the door for the minotaur, and on the door it says 1=___, 2=___, and so on. It does it in a circle, so be careful.
BAGABBBAAABBBBAGABBBGABBA is Mary Had a Little Lamb (I think. I don't have my recorder with me right now) BAGBABGGGGAAAABAG is hot cross buns.
music notes are like basically a different language. They have the treble cleff which is the top one (you play it in the right hand) and the base cleff which is the bottom one (you play it in your left hand) Notes are what keys you play and where each key is on an instrument. the notes only go up to… G. If you want to remember the right hand just start from G it is the second line in the TREBLE CLEFF and in the BASS CLEFF G is the last space. i play the piano, recorder and guitar but i mostly play the piano. hope this helped (MORE)
In common 4 4 time Whole note-4 beats Half note-2 beats Quater Note-1 beat Eighth note-1/2 beat Sixteenth-1/4 beat
From octave to octave, it's: c,d,e,f,g,a,b,c. (doh ray me fa so la tee doh) there arn't any sharps or flats (black keys). C majour is the most simple key to play piano in.
Music is not a mathematic equation. Ones and Zero's it is not, notes or music are organic
When it is taught to you several times your brain the middle part of it captures it
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 andtheir values. 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 Quaver - an eighth note, or half of a crotchet Semiquaver - a sixteenth note Demisemiquaver - a thirty-second note Hemidemisemiquaver - a sixty-fourth note Semihemidemisemiquaver - a one hundred and twenty eighth note A dot added to any of these notes means half of that note's valueis added on. For instance, a dotted minim is worth three quarternotes; a dotted quaver is worth three semiquavers. (MORE)
Any notes can be used in a scale, but the major scale formula goes; W W H W W W H W stands for whole step and H stands for half step, so in C major there is a tone between C and D, a tone between D and E, a semitone between E and F, a tone between F and G, a tone between G and A, a tone betwe…en A and B and finally a semitone between B and C. In the key of G, for example, the note F has to be raised to Fâ¯ to keep the same formula W W H W W W H . Likewise in the key of F the B note needs to be lowered to Bb to keep the same formula. In the key of B major, all the black notes need to be used to keep this pattern. We also only need to use each letter name once in a diatonic scale, for example it would be incorrect to call F "F" in the Fâ¯ major scale (Fâ¯, Gâ¯, Aâ¯, B, Câ¯, Dâ¯, F, Fâ¯). Notice we have two F notes and no E note in the scale, to resolve this problem - we need to rename F to Eâ¯ (again because Eâ¯ is a semitone higher than E, and there is no accidental key between E and F). Therefore the correct spelling of the scale is Fâ¯, Gâ¯, Aâ¯, B, Câ¯, Dâ¯, Eâ¯, Fâ¯. This is often a confusion for beginners but they will master it eventually. There are also minor and many other types of scale, but I'm just sticking with the major scale! (MORE)
There are five different types of musical notes. They include thewhole note, half note, quarter note, eighth note and sixteenthnote.
There are 12 different notes on a music staff, and 21 notes on a music staff. The 12 different notes are: . C/Mi . C sharp/D flat . D/Fa . D sharp/E flat . E/So . F/La . F sharp/G flat . G/Ti . G sharp/A flat . A/Do . A sharp/B flat . B/Re These musical note do vary in pitch, like l…ow Do and high Do. (MORE)
It depends on what key you are in. The 8th note is the same as the first. In the key of C, which has no sharps or flats, the 8th note is C.
because while playing it is very uncomfortalble to have to stop and change pages so they make the print smaller and close together so you can most of the time play songs with only two papers on the stand
If there is something on top of a note it could could be articulation e.g. staccato, vibrato.
If you mean 1 beat then a quarter note. To draw a quater note you just draw an oval then a stem.
Starting with the longest note in Western music: Breve - the value of two whole notes (not commonlyused) Semibreve - a whole note Minim - half of a Semibreve, or equal to twoquarter notes Crotchet - a quarter note, and the most commonnote denomination in music, often referred to as a beat Q…uaver - an eighth note, or half of a crotchet Semiquaver - a sixteenth note Demisemiquaver - a thirty-second note Hemidemisemiquaver - a sixty-fourth note Semihemidemisemiquaver - a one hundred and twentyeighth note A dot added to any of these notes means half of that note's valueis added on. For instance, a dotted minim is worth three quarternotes; a dotted quaver is worth three semiquavers. (MORE)
not entirely sure what you mean, i think you mean how do you get chord names, i.e C, onto a stave? it depends what clef you use, on the G Clef, a C is the 3rd gap from the bottom. on the bass clef (F Clef), a C would be the second gap from the bottom. a good way of remembering notes on the differen…t staves is - G Clef - F A C E the music (the notes F, A, C, E go in the gaps) Bass Clef - All Cows Eat Grass ( the notes A, C, E, G go in the gaps) (MORE)
Yes, in German music B is called 'H' and the note the Germans call B is the same as our B flat.
It depends on what you mean by high music note There are tons high music notes. if you mean the highest then that would be E.
Presuming you're in crotchet time e.g. 4 time 4 an eight beat note is called a breve a four beat note is called a semibreve a two beat note is called a minim a one beat note is called a crotchet a half beat note is called a quaver a quarter beat is called a semiquaver an eighth(1/8) beat is called a… demisemiquaver (MORE)
Technically the shortness of note length has no limit. To make a note half as long, simply double the number it is named for. Notes longest to shortest are: whole note, half note, quarter note, eighth note, 16th note, 32nd note, 64th note, etc. You can go on forever. However, notes shorter than 32…nd notes are rarely used. (MORE)
The actual notes look most like circles that are either filled in or empty. They sometimes have lines coming out of them. The lines sometimes have other lines coming out of them. They're mostly just circles, though. .
No, because the musical alphabet only includes the letters A, B, C, D, E, F and G.
The quality of a musical note depends on the number and relative intensity of the overtones it produces along with the fundamental. It is the element of quality that enables us to distinguish between notes of the same frequency and intensity coming from different sources.
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The space notes in a treble clef are (in order from bottom to top) F, A, C, E. The line notes in a treble clef are (in order from bottom to top) E, G, B, D, F. The space notes in a bass clef are (in order from bottom to top) A, C, E, G. The line notes in a bass clef are (in order from bottom …to top) G, B, D, F, A. (MORE)
Toccata Grande Cromatica by Anthony Heinrich used 1024th notes, which looks like a quaver, but with 8 flags!
It's like words in literature. Why do we have letters for writing? It's just how it is.
A musical note implies its pitch. In other words it denotes which note should be played on your instrument. There are 7 music notes: A, B, C, D, E, F and G.