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Time Signatures & Meter - Piano - About.com
A time signature is a fraction found at the beginning of a piece of music, after the clef and key signature. Time signatures regulate rhythm by organizing beats in ...
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Explaining Meter and Time Signatures - Piano - About.com
Learn more about time signatures; which are most commonly seen, and the difference between simple, compound, and complex musical meter.
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Time Signatures - 4/4 Meter or Common Time - Piano - About.com
The c-shaped symbol representing 4/4 time is often mistaken as an abbreviation for 'common time.' But, however appropriate, its origins are a bit more divine in ...
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Time Signature Quiz - Musical Tests and Quizzes - Piano - About.com
Test yourself on time signatures, measures, note-lengths, and how they all work together. This intermediate quiz challenges you on the mathematical side of ...
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Music Theory 101 - Dotted Notes, Rests, Time Signatures
Music theory 101, musical notation and music symbols. On this page, learn more about dotted notes and their usage.
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Time Signature and Rhythm Basics - How-to Videos - About.com
Transcript:Time Signature and Rhythm Basics. Counting beats is an essential part of being able to read and play music. Understanding how time signatures ...
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Cut Time - Definition in Musical Terms - Piano - About.com
Cut time modifies the time signature in a song, and can be written in sheet ... Learn the meaning, synonyms, and symbols of cut time (or. ... Cut time signatures .
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Dotted Notes, Rests, Time Signatures, and More ... - Music Education
It indicates how many notes and what kind of notes in a measure. The time signatures commonly used are 4/4 (common time) and 3/4. There is also 5/2, 6/8 etc.
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Meter Definition- Rhythm and Tempo Terms - Piano - About.com
A good way to understand musical meter is to look at the 6/8 time signature, which -- like 3/4 ... Other compound time signatures include 6/2, 9/2, 9/4, and 9/8:
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Why Is '4/4 Time' Written With a C-Shaped Symbol?
Common time is signified by 4/4 or its c-shaped semicircle. The symbol for "cut common time" resembles a cent sign. ... More on Time Signatures & Tempo.
http://piano.about.com/od/beginnerfaq/f/Origins-of-the-Common-Time-C-Symbol.htm
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