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Rhythm and Notation

The basics of note values and measures

Ricky Oatham

on 1 May 2013

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Transcript of Rhythm and Notation

Have a go! Using what you've learned,
try filling in the missing bar lines
on the work sheet. Learning Outcomes: Rhythm and Notation Identify 5 different note values

Understand the relationship between rhythm and mathematics

Explain what a bar is (in musical terms) Note Values Why is it important to have different note values?

How are these values expressed in written music? Another way of looking at it.. How are these symbols
or notes implemented
when writing music? Some basic note values Whole Notes

Half Notes

Quarter Notes

Eighth Notes

Sixteenth Notes The Bar "A bar, or measure, is a segment of time defined by a given number of beats"

This number of beats is determined by the time signature - most commonly 4/4 timing
(four quarter notes per bar) The definition of Rhythm "the systematic arrangement of musical sounds,
principally according to duration and periodical stress" http://oxforddictionaries.com/definition/english/rhythm Are there any questions?
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