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MUSI 100-003 Week 1 Notes

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Note and Rest Duration
Fundamentals of Music
Luis Palacios
Class Notes
Music, Fundamentals




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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Sofia Foidl on Thursday September 1, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 71133 at George Mason University taught by Luis Palacios in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 5 views. For similar materials see Fundamentals of Music in Music at George Mason University.


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Date Created: 09/01/16
9/1/2016 --> Note and Rest Duration – Basic Notation  Parts of a note: o Stem …………………..….. -> o Note head …………... -> **Not every single note will have a flag and/or stem**  Basic Breakdown: **Find a note tree to see what each note looks like and how each note can be broken down** o 1/1 Whole Note o 1/2 Half Note o 1/4 Quarter Notes o 1/16 Sixteenth Notes  Extending Note Values: Notes: o Dotted Whole Note = Whole Note + Half Note o Dotted Half Note = Half Note + Quarter Note o Dotted Quarter Note = Quarter Note + Eighth Note o Dotted Eighth Note = Eighth Note + Sixteenth Note Rests: o Dotted Whole Rest = Whole Rest + Half Rest o Dotted Half Rest = Half Rest + Quarter Rest o Dotted Quarter Rest = Quarter Rest + Eighth Rest o Dotted Eighth Rest = Eighth Rest + Sixteenth Rest  Tie – Connects the duration of same pitched notes  Terms: o Note – Symbol designating a particular rhythmic value and pitch o Noteheads – Elliptical part of a note (circle) o Stem – Lines which extend from a notehead (can be up or down) o Flag – Cross stroke that halves the value of a note o Beam – Replaces flags for multiple flagged notes o Dot – Placing a dot after the note adds half its value o Rest – Symbol indicating a certain length of silence **Rests are analogous, or equivalent, to notes. They are combined with notes for intentional silence = Whole Rest = Half Rest = Quarter Rest = Eighth Rest = Sixteenth Rest = Thirty Second Rest


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