All of the measures in a song contain four beats. One of the measures contains a half note, a quarter note and an eighth note, and one other note. That note must be a(n) a. half note b. eighth note c. dotted eighth note d. quarter
Is playing a dotted quarter note, one eighth note tied with a quarter note, and then an eighth note the same as : a dotted quarter note, one eighth note, an eighth rest, one eighth note, and then a quarter note?
can you give me words that correspond to the count of a half-note and words that correspond to the count of a quarter note? half note (two beats) "one and, two and" quarter note (one beat) "one, two, three, four" Quarter Note:
Yalda has six $5 notes, ten $10 notes and four $20 notes in her purse. If she takes out one note, what is the probability that it will be: A) a $20 note B) a $5 or $10 note C) a $50 note D) she buys a new toaster with a $20 note
Thanks Dan for your previous help i understand the circle now !>!! Now i have one final question ... I am to learn the major triad for each note. i have to play five notes up then back down .. cna you explan to me how i go about
1. How many does the whole rest occupy? A. 1 B. 2** C. 3 D. 4 3. How many beats of rest would the combination of a half note and quarter note create? A. 1 B. 2 C. 3** D. 4 4. How many sixteenth notes would it take to rest for an
An octave contains twelve different musical notes (in Western music). How many different eight note melodies can be constructed from these twelve notes if: (a) no note can be used more than once? (b) any note can be used as often