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F A C E G
C E G B D
E G B D F
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Time Signatures
Musical Fractions
Metronome Markings
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Half Note
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Sixteenth Note
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1 beat
2 beats
3 beats
4 beats
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Section 2 of 6
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Only the top example is correct
Only the bottom example is correct
Both examples are correct
Both examples are incorrect
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mf, p, ff, f, mp
ff, f, mf, mp, p
p, pp, mp, mf, f
p, mp, mf, f, ff
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Repeat from the beginning and play to the end or "fine"
follow the "D.C." or "Director's Choice" through a piece of music
Repeat from the beginning and play the coda as your "fine"
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Image 1 is called "flat" and raises a pitch by a half step while image 2 is called "sharp" and lowers a pitch by a half step.
Image 1 is called "sharp" and raises a pitch by a half step while image 2 is called "flat" and lowers a pitch by a half step
Image 1 is called "sharp" and lowers a pitch by a half step while image 2 is called "flat" and raises a pitch by a half step
Image 1 is called "flat" and lowers a pitch by a half step while image 2 is called "sharp" and raises a pitch by a half step
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Section 3 of 6
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C, Bb, F, D
C, E, Cm, G
C, C#, Bb, Eb
C, G, D, A
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W, W W, H, W, W, H
W, H, W, H, W, H, W
W, W, H, W, W, W, H
H, W, H, W, H, W, H
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Minor 3rd, Perfect 4th, Major 2nd
Major 3rd, Perfect 4th, Major 2nd
Minor 3rd, Perfect 4th, Minor 2nd
Perfect 5th, Perfect 4th, Major 3rd
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Fb, Bb, E
Bb, Eb, Ab
F, Bb, Eb
C, Bb, Eb
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