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This is tremolo notation. The beams indicate the speed of the tremolo. In the first bar, you should alternate between the D-F# chord and the A in 16th notes. In the second bar, you should alternate between the two sets of notes in 32nd notes technically, or "as fast as possible" if 32nds are infeasible.
It's a tremolo. There are two types of tremolos. One between two different notes like in your example above and a second with the bars going though the stem of the note. In your case, it is like a trill where you go back and forth pattern them in that patter as fast as you can for the duration. Here is the link I used to confirm the ...
The Primer of Braille Music Notation, which is available through the National Library Services for the Blind and Physically Handicapped in the United States, is still a great way to begin learning braille music. Although Traditional in its approach, the practice and skill-building exercises are very reinforcing in developing knowledge of braille music ...
The most common way to notate that would be f-ff (or "whatever the first dynamic is"-ff). The idea is that the first time you would play at the first dynamic and the second time you would play the second dynamic. I would advise if there are any other modifications to the verse like crescendos, decrescendos, and accents the verses be separate so the texture ...
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