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What type of note is worth 4 beats? Whole Note
How many beats does a half note get? Two Beats
Which note has a filled in circle and a stem? Quarter Note
Which is the smallest note we've learned? Sixteenth Note
Which note is worth 3 beats? Dotted Half Note
Which note is an open circle and a stem? Half Note
Which note is worth 1/2 of a beat? Eighth Note
Which note has TWO flags or beams? Sixteenth Note
How long does a quarter note last? One beat
Which note is worth 3/4 of a beat? Dotted Eighth Note
Which note has one flag or beam? Eighth Note
Which note is an open circle? Whole Note
Which rest last the longest? Whole Rest
Which rest is worth 1/4 of a beat? Sixteenth Rest
Which rest looks like a lightening bolt or a squiggle? Quarter Rest
Which rest looks like a top hat? Half Rest
Which note is worth a beat and a half? Dotted Quarter Note
Which rest looks like a box hanging below a line? Whole Rest
Which rest looks like a fancy seven? Eighth Rest
Which rest looks like a backwards F? Sixteenth Rest
What should you see when you are supposed to be silent for 1 beat? A Quarter Rest
What does decrescendo mean? to gradually get softer
What does the symbol mp mean ? medium soft
What does the symbol p mean ? soft
What does the symbol f mean ? loud
What does the symbol pp mean ? very soft
What does the symbol ff mean ? very loud
What does the symbol mf mean ? medium loud
What does crescendo mean? to gradually get louder
what do DYNAMICS tell us in music? VOLUME - how loud or soft to sing/play
What does the time signature tell us? How many beats per measure/what note gets the beat
What are the "6 points of posture"? (6 body parts) List from the bottom to the top! 1. feet 2. knees 3. hips 4. ribs 5. shoulders 6. head
Describe how your feet should be for perfect singing posture. shoulder width apart
Describe how your knees should be for perfect singing posture. slightly bent/not locked
Describe how your hips should be for perfect singing posture. sqaure
Describe how your ribs should be for perfect singing posture. lifted
Describe how your shoulders should be for perfect singing posture. down and back
Describe how your head should be for perfect singing posture. chin parallel to the floor. eyes on the director
In music, 5 horizontal lines with four spaces is called a .... staff
A vertical line that intersects the staff is called a... bar line
The space in between bar lines is called a.... measure
Two numbers stacked like a fraction is called the... time signature
two dots and two bar lines are called a _________ sign Repeat
Who can draw a Treble Clef? ?
Who can draw a bass clef? half of a heart with two dots to the right.
Created by: Rizzardi
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