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Rhythm. Tone Intonation Technique Rhythm Interpretation. The Basic Musicianship Skills. Rhythm has two types of meter:. Rhythm. Duple Triple. A quarter note usually gets one beat in duple meter. Each beat in duple meter is divided into two equal parts . Example: . Duple Meter.

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The basic musicianship skills

  • Tone

  • Intonation

  • Technique

  • Rhythm

  • Interpretation

The Basic Musicianship Skills


Rhythm1

Rhythm has two types of meter:

Rhythm

Duple

Triple


Duple meter

  • A quarter note usually gets one beat in duple meter.

  • Each beat in duple meter is divided into two equal parts.

  • Example:

Duple Meter

=


Duple meter time signatures

Duple Meter Time Signatures

Examples:

2

4

3

4

4

4


Triple meter

  • A a dotted-quarter note usually gets one beat in triple meter.

  • Each beat in triple meter is divided into three equal parts.

  • Example:

Triple Meter

=


Triple meter time signatures

Triple Meter Time Signatures

Examples:

3

8

6

8

9

8


Important decision

The most important usually an rhythmic decision to make before playing a piece of music is . . .

Important Decision

Which meter is it in?

Duple or Triple


Spelling

The word “rhythm” is spelled . . . usually an

Spelling

M

R

H

Y

T

H


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