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6. Dotted Notes Exercises

Grade One Music Theory Exercises - Lesson 6: Dotted Notes Exercises

Suitable for:  ABRSM Grade 1   Trinity Grade 1   GCSE   AP Music Theory Beginners 

 

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 1. What effect does a dot on the right hand side of a note have? answer

 

 2. Dotted Notes Sums

Write one dotted note which is equal in length to the notes given.

dotted-notes 0 0dotted-notes 0 1dotted-notes 0 2dotted-notes 0 3

 

 3. More Dotted Notes Sums

Write one note (dotted or undotted) which is equal in length to the notes given.

more-dotted-notes 0 0more-dotted-notes 0 1more-dotted-notes 0 2more-dotted-notes 0 3