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2 n Beginner’s Music Theory n Section 1 Lesson 1 Interactive Review NEXT Mrs. Theresa Preece’s Music Class G H d h i

3 NEXT Back y w e D E

4 Know your Notes SymbolBeatsNote whqend Whole note Half note Quarter note Eighth note Connected eight notes Dotted half notes 421½13 Next Home In a 4/4 time signature, the notes are worth: Back

5 Question 1 How many beats are in a whole note? a. 1 1 b. 2 2 c. 3 3 d. 4 4 Home

6 Incorrect Sorry that is incorrect. Please reread and try again.

7 Know your Notes SymbolBeatsNote whqend Whole note Half note Quarter note Eighth note Connected eight notes Dotted half notes 421½13 If you are here, you need to reread this slide Next In a 4/4 time signature, the notes are worth:

8 CORRECT Great Job! Keep up the good work! Next Home

9 RESTS Symbol Beats Note WHWHQQEEWHWHQQEEQE Whole rest Half rest Quarter rest Eighth rest 421½ Next Home In a 4/4 time signature, the rests are worth:

10 Question 2 A quarter rest has 1 beat. What does a quarter rest look like? A. W B. Q C. H D. E Home

11 Incorrect I’m sorry but that is incorrect. Please reread.

12 RESTS Symbol Beats Note WHWHQQEEWHWHQQEEQE Whole rest Half rest Quarter rest Eighth rest 421½ Next Home If you are here, you need to reread this slide In a 4/4 time signature, the rests are worth:

13 Correct You did it! Keep up the good work! Home Next

14 Home Next

15 rhythm: The meter, time signature, and rhythmic duration in a piece of music. beat: The steady underlying pulse in music. duration: the time a note or rest lasts. dynamics: the softness or loudness of a note. tempo: the speed of music ostinato: A rhythm or melody repeated over and over in music. Musical Term Definitions Next Home Back

16 Question 3 What is the definition of rhythm? A. A rhythm or melody repeated over and over in music. B. the softness or loudness of a note. C. The meter, time signature, and rhythmic duration in a piece of music. D. The steady underlying pulse in music. Home

17 Incorrect I’m sorry but that is incorrect. Please reread.

18 rhythm: The meter, time signature, and rhythmic duration in a piece of music. beat: The steady underlying pulse in music. duration: the time a note or rest lasts. dynamics: the softness or loudness of a note. tempo: the speed of music ostinato: A rhythm or melody repeated over and over in music. Musical Term Definitions Next Home If you are here, you need to reread this slide

19 Correct You did it! Keep up the good work! Home Next

20 The two numbers at the beginning of the music that tell a performer how to count it and which note receives the beat. Time Signatures Top Number How many beats are in a measure Top Number How many beats are in a measure Bottom Number Which notes gets one count Bottom Number Which notes gets one count # Next Home

21 Question 4 The top number of a time signature tells a musician: a. Which notes gets one count b. How fast or slow to play c. How many beats are in a measure d. How loud or soft to play

22 Incorrect I’m sorry but that is incorrect. Please reread.

23 The two numbers at the beginning of the music that tell a performer how to count it and which note receives the beat. Time Signatures Top Number How many beats are in a measure Top Number How many beats are in a measure Bottom Number Which notes gets one count Bottom Number Which notes gets one count # Next Home If you are here, you need to reread this slide

24 Correct You did it! Keep up the good work! Home Next

25 Home Next

26 Math is everywhere, even in music. In the beginning of the module you learned what notes had how many beats. Using the beats found in a note or rest, add or subtract to find the correct answer. Let’s look at some examples above… You will have one problem next 4444 Using a time signature of we can find out how the notes and rests add up. w + w _________ 8 beats h + y _________ 4 beats d - q ________ 2 beats Next Home Back

27 Question 5 Using a time signature, which answer correctly solves the equation? a. 5 beats 5 beats b. 8 beats 8 beats c. 6 beats 6 beats d. 4 beats 4 beatsO+O______ 4444

28 Incorrect I’m sorry but that is incorrect. Please reread.

29 Math is everywhere, even in music. In the beginning of the module you learned what notes had how many beats. Using the beats found in a note or rest, add or subtract to find the correct answer. Let’s look at some examples above… You will have one problem next 4444 Using a time signature of we can find out how the notes and rests add up. w + w _________ 8 beats h + y _________ 4 beats d - q ________ 2 beats Next Home If you are here, you need to reread this slide

30 Correct You did it! Keep up the good work! Home Next

31 CONGRATULATIONS You have completed Lesson 1 from Section 1 on Beginner’s Music Theory. You are on your way to making great music! Keep up the good work! In Lesson 2 of Section 1 we will be reviewing scales and adding the material we learned from this lesson, so that we can start making music! Home


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