READING MUSIC 9 - Quiz Answers
- There are 4 quavers in one minim.
- Quavers have a tail or are beamed together.
- On the right side of the stem.
- All four quavers are joined by one beam.
- Beamed in two groups : (2 +) and (3 +)
- Beamed in two groups : (1 + 2 +) and (3 +)
- All six quavers are joined by one beam covering the entire bar.
- Beamed in two groups : (1 +) and (2 +)
- A dot placed above or below a note. The note is to be played short.
- Notes that form odd numbered intervals (3rds, 5ths, 7ths, 9ths) are either all on lines or all in spaces. Low E, G, B, D, high F are all on lines.
- When a note is on a line all notes that form even numbered intervals with it are in spaces (and vice versa). Low E on a line, F, A, C, high E are all in spaces.
- When a note is on a line the nearest notes with the same letter name (one octave up or down) are in spaces (and vice versa).
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