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Even the masters cheat a teeny, tiny bit every blue moon by writing measures where the total time is longer than that of the time signature. Here is the first page of Chopin's Etude Op.25 n.12. Before scrolling down, see if you can spot the measure(s) that have more than four quarter notes' total value. (I've posted elsewhere that Chopin was usually ...


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I figure out that. It's not important how long a beat and beat duration depend on the tempo and don't change with the time signature. for calculating music sheet symbols we should attention to the denominator. denominator equivalent to whole note. for example: if the denominator was 6 then whole note equivalent 6 beat. if the denominator was 4 then whole ...


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Depends how well it's written!! I've seen both written wrongly, and it's only when it's performed that the choice is made. The whole point of the differences has been aired many times - 3/4 is a bar split into 3, 6/8 is a bar split both into 6 and 2 almost simultaneously. Returning to my opening gambit - if there are six quavers written in a bar, but none of ...


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