|Author||Topic: music timing/advanced|
|posted: 4/16/2006 at 4:24:39 PM ET|
Does anyone know how to count a measure in 3/4 time that starts with an 1/8th note, then has 3 16th notes with a (3) above them then, 8 32nd notes and finally a quarter note. This is all in one measure. Any suggestions how to play this other than fast and smooth. Please/thanks.
|posted: 4/16/2006 at 6:33:02 PM ET|
that's kinda hard to explaine to someone online ask a music teacher or someone you know who's into music you i can't really help you.
|posted: 4/16/2006 at 9:28:08 PM ET|
3/4 time means there are 3 1/4 notes in each measure. This can be in any combination of notes totaling 3 1/4 notes. your example is one 1 1/8 plus 3 1/16 notes with a 3 above which is a triplet, and 8 1/32 notes which equal 1 1/4 note and finally 1 1/4 note I believe these all add up to 3 1/4 notes. Some of the more experienced musicians out ther can maybe explain it a little better, as I am lumbering through music theory myself.
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