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Copy of Time Signatures and Rhythm

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Sondra Jones

on 10 April 2013

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Rhythm Rhythm is the pattern of long and short notes and rests. Examples of Time Signatures Time Signatures Dotted Notes To find the value of a dotted note, you take the value of the note in front of it and divided it in half. Then, add the original value and half of the original value. Dotted Notes Examples Works Cited http://www.creativeguitarstudio.com/lessons/reading/understanding_staff.php
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http://exchange.smarttech.com/details.html?id=c32cbfd3-cd9c-46c3-927f-4e459bd3fd8a By Ashlei Anderson Time Signatures and Rhythm The top number shows how many beats in a measure.
The bottom number shows which note gets the beat. If the time signature is 4/4, it means there are 4 beats in a measure and the quarter note gets the beat. If the time signature 3/4, it means there are 3 beats in a measure and the quarter note gets the beat. If the time signature is 2/4, it means there are 2 beats in a measure and the quarter note gets the beat. If the time signature is 6/8, it means there are 6 beats in a measure and the eighth note gets the beat. Whole Note 4 beats Whole note rest Half Note 2 beats Half note rest Quarter Note 1 beat Quarter note rest Eighth Note 1/2 beat Eighth note rest To find the value of a dotted eighth note, take the original value (1/2) and half the original value (1/4) and add the values together. The value of a dotted eighth note is 3/4.
1/2 +1/4 =3/4 To find the value of a dotted whole note, take the original value (4) and half of the original value (2) and add the values together. The value of a dotted whole is 6.
4+2=6 To find the value of a dotted half note, take the original value (2) and half the original value (1) and add the values together. The value of a dotted half note is 3.
2+1=3 To find the value of a dotted quarter note, take the original value (1) and half the original value (1/2) and add the values together. The value of a dotted quarter note is 1 and 1/2.
1+ 1/2 = 1 and 1/2
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