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7. Time Signatures Exercises

Grade One Music Theory Exercises - Lesson 7: Time Signatures Exercises

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

 

Hover your mouse over the time signatures or staves to reveal the answers. (Tap on mobile devices).

Click here to download the PDF with these exercises.

 

Time Signature Meanings

1.Give the meaning of the 3 in 3/4
Three-Four time signature - Grade One Music Theory Exercises

 

2. True or false?
The time signature 4/4 means that there are four crotchet (quarter note) beats in a bar.
Four-four time signature - Grade One Music Theory Exercises

 

Adding a Time Signature

Add the time signature to each of these melodies.

 

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time-sigs1

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time-sigs2

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time-sigs3

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time-sigs4

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time-sigs5

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time-sigs6

 

Adding Barlines

Add the missing barlines to these melodies. Each one starts on the first beat of the bar.

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barlines1

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barlines2

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barlines3

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barlines4

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barlines5