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Parts of a musical score 101: a diagram

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Emily Gross

on 3 October 2012

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Transcript of Parts of a musical score 101: a diagram

Notation Clefs Rhythm time signatures key signatures rests note values pitches Staff More on time signatures and notes... it's math! Treble Bass Alto Percussion sharps flats Note and Rests are related!
These have equal time value in the music. Different kinds of notes represent different values in time. Subdividing A Musical Score quarter rest 1 2 3 4 quarter note whole note whole rest 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 everything to do with time everything to do with pitch do re mi fa la so ti one and two and... time presto vivace allegro adagio lento do mi sol do sol fa mi re do re do re mi fa sol la ti do re mi Treble Clef time signature:
4 quarter notes in a measure no sharps or flats = Key of C first note = C
in the Key of C,
C = "do" 1 2 3 4 half notes two two quarter notes two eighth notes per measure per measure per measure three four
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