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True or false: a WHOLE rest is worth 3 beats.
a) False: a whole rest is worth 2 beats. b) True: whole rest is worth 3 beats c) False: a whole rest is worth 4 beats. d)
A double bar line indicates what?
a) That you need to repeat everything you just played b) That the song is over c) d)
If the bottom number of a time signature is 2, what kind of note counts as one beat?
a) a half note b) a quarter note c) an eighth note d) a whole note
How many beats would you have if you put two eighth notes side by side?
a) 1 b) 50% of a beat c) 3 d) I don't know
Is there such thing as an eighth rest?
a) No b) Yes c) d)
Free turn!
a) Click me! b) Don't click me! c) d)
What kind of note is worth 25% of a beat (or 0.25 of a beat)?
a) A quarter note b) c) A sixteenth note d)
What NOTE is worth a quarter of a beat?
a) A sixteenth note b) Another dotted eighth note c) A quarter note d) An eighth note
A half note is worth 2 beats. If a dot is added to it, it will become worth ____ beats in total:
a) 1.5 b) 2.5 c) 3 d) 3.5
A quarter note is worth ONE beat. If there is a dot added to the quarter note, it will become _____ beats in length:
a) 3 b) 1.5 c) 2 d) 3.5
What does a DOT do to the note it is beside?
a) It makes it longer by HALF the note's original length b) It adds 1/2 A BEAT to the note's original length c) It makes the note shorter d) It makes it look like Marilyn Monroe
You are playing a song in 4/4 time. One measure is filled completely with sixteenth notes. How many would you have to play to take up an entire measure of 4/4 time?
a) 8 b) 4 c) 12 d) 16
A sixteenth note is worth 1/4 beat. How many sixteenth notes would you have to use to take up an entire beat?
a) 4 b) 8 c) 16 d) 12
A whole note is worth ___ beats:
a) 1 b) 3 c) 2 d) 4
An eighth note is worth 1/2 of a beat. If 4 eighth notes were grouped together, how many beats would they take up?
a) 4 b) 2 c) 1 d) 8
A half note is worth 2 beats. A DOTTED half note is worth...
a) 2 b) 3 beats c) 1 d) 0
The TOP number of a time signature tells us:
a) How many BEATS there should be in a measure b) How many NOTES there should be in a measure c) What we should have for supper d) Miss Ready's real age
What is the purpose of a time signature?
a) To divide beats in to groups b) To give musicians an idea of what the music should sound like c) To give the music a pulse or steady beat d) All of the above
Miss Ready has asked you to write a song in 4/4 time. She wants you to fill an entire measure with eighth notes. How many eighth notes will you have to write to take up the full measure?
a) 2 b) 4 c) 6 d) 8
What kind of rest is worth one beat of silence?
a) a quarter rest b) a half rest c) an eighth rest d) a quarter note
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