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Duration Overview

Year 11 Music - Aural
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David Humphreys

on 8 March 2013

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Duration Conclusion Aural Overview - Year 11 Term 1 And one more thing... is here the underlying pulse in music the grouping of beats in combinations of 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and so on. Beat Meter Rhythm Tempo the speed of the beat, such as fast or slow or becoming faster or slower refers to the lengths of sounds and silences in music and includes the aspects of beat, rhythm, metre, tempo, pulse rates and absence of pulse. [Board of Studies NSW 1999, Music 1 Stage 6 Preliminary and HSC Courses, Sydney, NSW.] patterns of long and short sounds and silences found in music Listening Questions:
- Is the beat strong/definite? (can you notate it?!)
- Is the beat weak/indefinite?
- Is there an obvious pulse? - What is the pulse of the music?
- Is it Simple OR Compound?
- Is it Duple OR Triple?
- How many beats per bar?
- What kind of underlying notes are use?

- Which Rhythmic Devices are present? can you name/notate it?
- What affect do these have on the piece?
- Is the type Regular OR Irregular?
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