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7. Breves and Double Dots Exercises

Grade 4 Music Theory Lesson 7: Breves (Double Whole Notes) and Double Dots - Exercises

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1. Write the following notes as breves (double whole notes):

enharmonic breves 0 0enharmonic breves 0 1enharmonic breves 0 2enharmonic breves 0 3

 

 

2. Name the following rests (e.g. "quaver" (UK) or "eighth" (USA)):

breves 01breves 02breves 03breves 04breves 05

 

3. What do the two dots on this note mean?

double-dots 

 

4. Add the following note values together, and write ONE note which is of the same value. The first one has been done for you.

sums-q_01sums-q_02sums-q_03sums-q_04sums2-q_01sums2-q_02sums2-q_03sums2-q_04

 

 

5. Write the note which is DOUBLE the length of each of these notes: 

double_01double_02double_03double_04

 

6. Write the note which is HALF the length of each of these notes:

half_01half_02half_03half_04

 

7. In which of these time signatures might you see a breve (double whole note) written? answer

  1. 4/4
  2. 4/2
  3. 2/4
  4. 12/8

 

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