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Rhythm and Meter. Kostka /Payne Chapter 2. Note Duration. The length of time a note is played is called its note duration which is determined by the type of note. Note Duration. Two half notes occupy the same amount of time as one whole note. Note Duration.

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rhythm and meter

Rhythm and Meter

Kostka/Payne Chapter 2

note duration
Note Duration

The length of time a note is played is called its note duration which is determined by the type of note.

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Note Duration

Two half notes occupy the same amount of time as one whole note.

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Note Duration

Four quarter notes occupy the same amount of time as one whole note.

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Note Duration

Notes smaller in duration than quarter notes have flags. Each flag halves the value of a note.

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Note Duration

Two eighth notes occupy the same amount of time as one quarter note.

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Note Duration

A sixteenth note has two flags and halves the value again.

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Note Duration

Two sixteenth notes equal the duration of an eighth note.

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Note Duration

Four sixteenth notes equal the duration of one quarter note.

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Note Duration

Notes with 3 or more flags are possible but infrequently used.

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Note Duration

A Breve is equal to two whole notes.

rest duration
Rest Duration

Each rest shares an equivalent note in duration.

conducting patterns
Conducting Patterns

Duple

Triple

Quadruple

compound time signatures
Compound Time Signatures

In compound time, the beat divides into three equal parts.

The beat note value will be dotted.

meter types3
Meter Types
  • Meters that have top numbers of 5, 7, 8, 10, 11, etc. are considered ASYMETRICAL meters.
  • These meters have variable subdivisions.