D03 lesson 7, 3/4 measure, 1 measure, 2 voices, X players, minor, Y days

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D03 lesson 7, 3/4 measure, 1 measure, 2 voices, X players, minor, Y days

Postby Bert Stendahl » Fri Mar 03, 2017 5:34 pm

Hello D03

I started with Am.
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Re: D03 lesson 7, 3/4 measure, 1 measure, 2 voices, X players, minor, Y days

Postby Teodora Despotovic Kosanovic » Mon Mar 06, 2017 2:24 pm

Hello :bye:
here is my contribution to music game.


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These are my music notes.

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Postby Colin Bullock » Mon Mar 27, 2017 9:14 pm

I will prepare next measure and submit in next 2 days

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Re: D03 lesson 7, 3/4 measure, 1 measure, 2 voices, X players, minor, Y days

Postby Chu Bun » Mon Mar 27, 2017 10:40 pm

This does not sound like 3/4 to me. Can someone clarify?

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Re: D03 lesson 7, 3/4 measure, 1 measure, 2 voices, X players, minor, Y days

Postby DaveMoutrie » Tue Mar 28, 2017 5:50 am

OK, so 3/4 time means 3 crotchets or quarter notes to the bar(measure). Bert starts it off with 1 crotchet(quarter note) and 2 quavers(eighth notes). 2 quavers=1 crotchet, so this makes it 2/4 time.

If the 3 notes played were all crotchets, it would be 3/4 time.
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Postby Colin Bullock » Tue Mar 28, 2017 9:00 am

DaveMoutrie wrote:Bert starts it off with 1 crotchet(quarter note) and 2 quavers(eighth notes). 2 quavers=1 crotchet, so this makes it 2/4 time.

I agree the attachment shows wrong timing of the played notes.

I've listened to Bert's original and I think 1st bar is what he's playing - it hangs on slightly longer than 1 crtchet. I've modified Teodora's bar to match (although I don't think she is playing same 1st bar as Bert.
I've added 3rd measure of my own.
If we agree this is right I'll record up to my section, but slower than Bert - he's too fast for me!

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Postby DaveMoutrie » Tue Mar 28, 2017 11:14 am

Colin Bullock wrote:
DaveMoutrie wrote:Bert starts it off with 1 crotchet(quarter note) and 2 quavers(eighth notes). 2 quavers=1 crotchet, so this makes it 2/4 time.

I agree the attachment shows wrong timing of the played notes.

I've listened to Bert's original and I think 1st bar is what he's playing - it hangs on slightly longer than 1 crtchet. I've modified Teodora's bar to match (although I don't think she is playing same 1st bar as Bert.
I've added 3rd measure of my own.
If we agree this is right I'll record up to my section, but slower than Bert - he's too fast for me!

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I have listened to Bert's version again and have to totally agree with you Colin. The first note sounds much more like a minim than a crotchet. :oops:

If it's OK with everyone, I would like to add to this tune after Colin.
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Re: D03 lesson 7, 3/4 measure, 1 measure, 2 voices, X players, minor, Y days

Postby Ed Butler » Tue Mar 28, 2017 1:57 pm

I will add to it after Dave.

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Postby Colin Bullock » Tue Mar 28, 2017 2:38 pm

Ok, I'll record mine tomorrow. Busy beekeeping at moment, making use of the fine weather.

Tell you what, I'll keep this as a placemarket and post video here, you can see the notes I'm going to use so post away.


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