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Music Theory 107 - Reading Music.
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Which line or space is the note “C” in Treble clef?
4/4 time is also known as _____ Time.
The key signature for A Major has _______ sharps.
This is the interval between the first and third lines on a staff.
We use the word _____ when counting eighth notes.
This is the note on the top line of the bass clef.
Rest are never tied across barlines. True or False?
Ties are used when a note carries over a _______.
The Grand Staff is commonly used to write music for this instrument.
Fours of these add up to a half note.
Two of these equal a quarter note.
Ledger lines are used to ________ the basic staff.
Adding a dot to a note extends its value by half. True or False?
The note ‘F’ in Bass clef is written on this line.
8th-note triplets fit 3 equal values into the space of ___ 8th notes.
F minor has this many flats in its key signature.
no flats, only sharps.
Rests indicate moments of _____ in written music.
A dot is used to _____ the value of the note it’s attached to.
The 1st line of the treble clef represents the note ______.
This symbol is used to cancel a sharp or flat on a note.
The treble clef is also referred to as the _______.
The Bass clef is used when writing guitar music. True or False?
Which of these is a compound time signature?
Triplets are made of three notes of identical pitch. True or False?
The musical staff consists of...
4 lines and 5 spaces.
4 lines and 3 spaces.
5 lines and 4 spaces.
6 lines and 5 spaces.
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