How many notes are used in western music?
There are 12 notes in the major scale which is what all western music is based around! :)
"The half step is the smallest interval traditionally used in western music." from Music:An Appreciation, by Roger Kamien
There is no standard collective noun for the noun for 'music notes', however any noun that suits the situation can be used, for example, a sheet of music notes, a string of music notes, a pattern of music notes, etc.
In western music there are 12 different pitches. Each octave has a set of 12 different notes. These include the following: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 A A# B C C# D D# E F F# G G# Each note has a sharp except B and E. The sharps make up 5 of the 12 total notes. The other 7 notes, which are neutral, are the ones used… Read More
well in sheet music they use math for the time to figure out the beat and how fast or slow the music is and how many notes in a measure.
The longest single note in western music is called a breve. A breve is worth two whole notes, or semibreves, but it is not commonly used today.
'Pelog' is a musical scale used in Indonesian music (in Java, Bali, etc). The notes are not like those of the Western standard scale. Not only that, but the octave is not divided up evenly into seven equal parts to represent the seven different notes, but the intervals are uneven. While many Gamelan orchestras (which play this pelog scale) are tuned in a similar way to the tranditional royal gamelans, each village does it slightly… Read More
There are 12 notes in music. The first seven notes are given the letter labels A, B, C, D, E, F and G. These notes are related to the 7 major scale used as the basis of most Western music. For example, the C major scale is C-D-E-F-G-A-B-C. However, that scale is created by a series of one and 2 step intervals. Where there are 2 steps between the above notes, the step in between… Read More
Any kind of music you want! The Ukulele, like most instruments, plays musical notes. Those notes can be used to play any music you wish! It is definitely more applicable to bright up beat music, but is been quite successful in many genres. It is showing up in more of today's mainstream music being played by Taylor Swift and Paul McCartney.
There are many symbols in music that are used to represent a variety of things. There are Staffs Lines Ledger Lines Bar Lines Double Bar Lines Bold Bar Lines Braces G Clefs (Treble) C Clef (Alto and Tenor) F Clef (Bass) Neutral Clef Octave Clef Tablature Whole notes/ rests Half notes/ rests Quarter notes/ rests Eighth notes/ rests Sixteenth notes/rests Thirty Second notes/rests Sixty Fourth notes/ rests Beamed notes Dotted notes Breath marks.. etc... To… Read More
Second hand serenade music sheet for piano you dont mean the music notes you need notes like a b c d e and f becuz you dont know how to use music notes please help just the abcde and f notes?
Your question is a little unclear.. I'm assuming you can't read music - with the lines and spaces - and you want the notes written out, right? You can always write the notes in yourself.. use the diagrams on this site: http://datadragon.com/education/reading/clefs.shtml to help you read notes. There's also information on the types of notes used if you need help with that.. Hope that helped. :)
The piano is used to play music notes.
The smallest interval in Western European music is a half step. In Eastern European and Asian music, however, quarter steps are used.
Chromatic an adjective used to describe either color or music. In color, it means "colorful, using many or all colors." In music, A "chromatic scale" is a scale that uses all twelve notes. A "chromatic song" is a song that uses a lot of notes outside of the key signature. In color: "Gerald's painting was very chromatic; it used many different colors." In a musical scale: "The notes of a chromatic scale are A Bb… Read More
John Williams Wrote the Music and the music was only two notes
The flute can be used play a variety of music as long as the notes are correspondent. The flute is most commonly used to play classical music.
for actual music notation writing, try a software called "sibelius" for guitar tabature and music notation try "Guitar pro 5" I have used many different program for this but these 2 are by far the best. and easy to obtain ;)
I dont have any stats on the most common notes, however in conventional bagpipe music there are only 9 notes: Low G Low A B C D E F High G High A
The pentatonic scale is a musical scale that consists of five notes. It is used in blues music and in Sudanese music.
Yes and no. Piano and Guitar notes can be written on sheet music as notes on the staff, but guitar notes are written differently as well. These are called tabs. Tabs are usually a demostarion of a chord for guitar and it can also be used to write notes on for guitar.
There are many sites online where you can buy the sheet music and then download and print them. I have used Musicnotes with great success.
yes as they have the same notes and keys but a keyboard doesn't have any pedals which are used to hold notes easy, and make the music quiter but there will be buttons on keyboards which allow you to do the same thing.
Notes played on a bass drum either on drumset or by hand on the and of a beat. Generally used with straight eighth notes such as in rock music, and off-beat syncopation such as in jazz music and comping.
Do you mean Country and Western, or generally Western hemisphere music? The latter uses all sorts of drums, cymbals, wood blocks. There are many types of drums; snare drums, bass drums, congas, bongos, and kettle drums. Mallet instruments such as vibraphones, xylophones, and marimbas are also percussion instruments. Some styles of music use a washboard as a percussion instrument.
Bassoon are used in many different types of music, but often do not have the melody. They can do rock and soft rock (if you can move your fingers fast), and slow whole note songs. But throughout these different types, the bassoon does not usually have the melody, and instead holds whole notes or has a lot of half notes. This is all based on my experience with the bassoon, it may vary for you.
Because, pianos have 3 pedals which are used for changing the sound of the notes.
The pentatonic scale, which is also used in Asian music, the black keys on a piano form a pentatonic scale.
The Pentatonic scale which has been adopted by many western musicians was invented in China, which potentially sounds very Japanese
Old western music. They used guitars, violins,and harmonica
Tab is a way of reading music used by guitarists. Notes are simply different pitches that make up chords.
The pentatonic scale has five notes. It is widely used in oriental music. The notes starting from C are C D E G A.
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… Read More
Music notes have fractional relationships to one another as half notes, quarter notes, eighth notes, sixteenth notes, etc. are respectively 1/2, 1/4, 1/8 and 1/16 the value of a whole note in 4/4 time.
A Flute is used for playing music. It usually plays in the higher notes, depending on what kind you have.
Classical and Arabic music. http://www.answers.com/topic/tone-row?method=26&initiator=WANS ______________ The scale used for tone rows is called the dodecaphonic or chromatic scale. "Do deca" is two and ten, meaning that the scale is made up of all twelve tones in the standard western musics. Arabic music makes use of notes that are outside of the dodecaphonic scale. Tone rows are commonly used in the composition of what is called atonal music. Actually, it is not atonal, but dodecatonal… Read More
Pentatonic scale is a five note scale. It is widely used in oriental music. Starting from C, its notes are C D E G A.
Bar lines. Bar lines, or bars, are the notational markings that separate one measure of music from another.
In music, a "tie" is when you connect two notes that happen one after another and are the same pitch. They are connected into one continuous note. The marking used on sheet music is a curved, gentle arch-like indication connecting the two (or more) notes wanting to be "tied". This curved line is basically the same as a slur/legato/connection marking but between two (or more) notes of the same pitch.
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… Read More
i did 'just the way you are' on recorders at school and now I'm doing price tag . the notes in just the way you are is( not the whole song but the notes used); A, C, low D, G,B. there the notes used if i had the music on a sheet from my teacher i would of wrote it down on the computer!
there are whole notes, half notes, eighth notes, sixteenth notes, and quarter notes. there are also whole rests, half rests, eighth rests, quarter rests etc. to find out how they look like, go on google images. to find more info, go on google, ask, yahoo, or msn.
Currently the ukulele is making an appearance in all styles of music. Many current hits include the ukulele in the music. It originated in Hawaiian music and quickly became common in vaudeville and western movies. Today, Taylor Swift, Paul McCartney, Jason Mraz and groups like Train use them in their music.
Answer Traditional Japanese and Asian music uses the pentatonic scale. Pentatonic means five (due to the 'penta' bit of the word') and tone (due to tonic). It is a musical scale that uses five notes between each octave (in western terminology) and would be used in traditional oriental music, in particular, some American folk music of African origin, and occasionally in other kinds of music as well. To play a pentatonic scale, play only the… Read More
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.
Discussion on Translations There are two issues with translating this. Firstly, there is no proper French term for "fiddle". French-speakers typically use the word "violon" which is "violin" to refer to the instrument, but the way a fiddle is played and used is very different from the classical violin styles of play. So, it is your prerogative if you wish to use the "violin" piece, which will be italicized in the following translations. Secondly, it… Read More
Only 7 - the first seven of the alphabet : A, B, C, D, E, F & G. There are more than seven notes available in music however, as there are sharp and flat versions of each note, all of which have an equivalent sharp/flat.
In Western Classical music, the Double Bass is a standard member of the String section in a symphony orchestra and some other small ensembles. However, it can also be used in genres such as: Jazz, Blues, Rock and Roll, Traditional Country music, Bluegrass, Tango, and many types of Folk Music.
Country music is a blend of popular musical forms originally found in the Southern United States and the Appalachian Mountains. It has roots in traditional folk music, Celtic music, blues, gospel music, hokum, and old-time music and evolved rapidly in the 1920s. The term country music began to be used in the 1940s when the earlier term hillbilly music was deemed to be degrading, and the term was widely embraced in the 1970s, while country… Read More
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 used) Semibreve - a whole note Minim - half of a Semibreve, or equal to two quarter notes Crotchet - a quarter note… Read More
because a clarinet is a musical instrument thhat is used to make music on musical notes that they are made with