Pick three children to hold up the signs. Create a reverent atmosphere Have prelude music playing as the children enter the Primary room.
The top number tells us how many of the specified notes are in a bar and the bottom number tells us what duration ie: The following picture may help in visualizing this: Click here to listen Note: I have added a drum click to empasize the beat and will also do so in some later examples.
The drum will be played on every beat with an accent on beat one. Click here to listen Notice in the diagram above that the whole note is held for the duration of a whole bar, this is where the name "whole note" comes from.
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To play a whole note you would play it and either count inside your head or tap your foot four times at the tempo speed of the song. The times you tap your foot or count inside your head must be at even intervals eg: Each half note would be played for the duration of half of the bar as follows: Click here to listen You would either count for two beats before going to the next half note or tap your foot two times in even intervals.
Each quarter note would get one foot tap.
Eigth notes are half the length of quarter notes and are notated as in the picture below: In the second bar I have only put four eight notes with eighth rests inbetween them. Rests are symbols for when you do not make any sound with your instrument for a certain time.
I will explain rest in more detail later but for now just notice how the eight notes in the 2nd bar look a little different when they are not attached to an eight note beside them, this is why I put them alone so you would know that those are also eigth notes.
In the first bar the proper way to count the notes is: In the second bar you would still count the same way but you would not make a sound during any of the rests on the "ands".
Click here to listen I have put 16 sixteenth notes in the first bar and only 4 in the second bar to show you the two possible ways they might appear.
The proper way to count sixteenth notes is by silently saying to yourself inside your head: There are actually such things as 32nd notes, 64th notes and th notes but these are so extremely rare that I won't explain them in detail. I have been playing in various school bands for 13 years and I've only come across one 64th note once, I've never come across a 32nd note and I've only seen one th note in a classical piano piece once so you really do not need to worry about these at this point.
If you've understood everything up to this point you would probably be able to figure out how to play them properly anyway.
In addition to these basic note durations there are also dotted notes. Dotted notes are notes that have a dot placed to the right of them.
What this means is that the note is held for an additional duration equal to half of the duration of the note. For example, a dotted half note would be held for 3 beats instead of only two, a dotted quarter note would be held for 1 and a half beats, etc.
A picture of some of these dotted notes can be seen in the following picture: Click here to listen In the first bar in the picture above the first note is a dotted half note and would be held for a count of three beats spoken as "one two three", the last note is a quarter note that falls on the fourth beat of the bar and would be counted as "four".
The next note is a half note which falls on beats 3 and 4 of the second bar.If you repeat the verb, you'll have to repeat (an anaphor of) the subject as well, making it a separate clause (and adding in an extra and in the now reduced list): “You are cool and funny, and you are among the most popular students at this school”.
Other symbols. This page contains some of the symbols you might come across while reading music. Play the note 1/2 step up (Sharp) Play the note 1/2 step down (Flat) Repeat. Play through normally until 2nd symbol, then go back to 1st symbol and play again, this time ignoring 2nd symbol.
We take our ability to do most things for granted. Write because your fingers can move and your brain can think and your heart can sing and you are here and you are free to write. Some keys repeat when you press and hold them, depending on where you type them.
Press and hold the Space bar or symbol keys (like hyphen or equals) to make these characters repeat in most apps. Read, Write, and Repeat! Lit Up: August highlights, featured writer, and a tiny reminder.
The majority of the contemporary rock and pop music you hear on the radio these days is written in the 4/4 time signature: The top number tells us how many of the specified notes are in a bar and the bottom number tells us what duration (ie: how long) that specified note is.