whole note


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a musical note having the longest time value (equal to four beats in common time)

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One motive consists of a dotted whole note followed by a half note, and is used in Tones 1, 2, 4, 6, and 7.
The whole note gets four beats, the half note two beats, the quarter note one beat, and the eighth note one-half beat (see fig.
Quartet Euphometric is also based on a precomposed harmonic theme, but in it the ratios are applied to simultaneous meters, not to durational subdivisions of the whole note.
The shortest note playing is a triplet, 1/12th of a whole note. The elapsed time is half the duration of a triplet.
Double whole note, forte, any note of your choice c" or above
under some years of leaves and rotted cones, the body of a warbler like a whole note fallen from the sky--my old love for him, like the songbird's rib cage picked clean.
For example, if in this composition we have a whole note and a quarter note on [D.sub.4], this is equivalent to 10 quavers of [D.sub.4].
In music, how many crotchets equal a whole note or semibreve?
* Students will first begin by identifying which color M&Ms represent which notes: an eighth note, a quarter note, a half note, and a whole note (the pretzels will be the stems).
How many combinations of these notes can you find that equal the value of a whole note ( )?
For instance, if a measure of music has four quarter notes in the treble part and a whole note in the bass (as does the first measure of op.
His Brobdingnagian Gigue in 24/1 meter has a whole note as it shortest note and his Lilliputian Chaconne in 3/32 (1) has a profusion of 128th notes.
Unless there are embellishments in the form of additional (unwritten) notes produced by the singer, the distributions of occurrences, equivalent whole note durations, and vibration cycles can be obtained from the written music (without performance).
Introduce the whole note, which gets four beats (counts), the half note, which gets two beats, and the quarter note, which gets one beat (see Figure 2).