NOTE DURATION AND METER
pitch notation
BEAT AND DIVISION
Jesus Loves Me: Lyrics by Anna Bartlett Warner, 1860; music by William Batchelder Bradbury, 1862. Public Domain. Tune name: China.
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BEAT, DIVISION, RHYTHM
Oh, How I Love Jesus: Lyrics by Frederick Whitfield, 1855; music—19th century American melody. Public Domain. Tune name: Oh, How I Love Jesus.
2
Hallelujah!: Lyrics from Revelation 19:6, 11:15, and 19:16; Music by George Frederick Handel, 1741. Public Domain. From the Oratorio, The Messiah.
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BEAT, DIVISION, SUBDIVISION
BEAT, DIVISION,
SUBDIVISION, RHYTHM
beyond pitch notation for a chart that describes specific tempo designations.
Excerpt from O Holy Night: Lyrics by Placide Cappeau, 1847, translated by John Sullivan Dwight, 1855; music by Adolphe-Charles Adam, 1847. Public Domain. Tune name: Cantique De Noel.
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O Come, Let Us Adore Him: Traditional lyrics; music from Wade’s Cantus Diversi, 1751. Public Domain. Tune name: Adeste Fideles (refrain only).
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Beyond Pitch Notation.
Beyond Pitch Notation
Piano Sonata, K. 283, Movement I (Allegro): Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, 1774 (age eighteen). Public Domain.
6
Hail to the Chief: Lyrics by Albert Gamse; music by James Sanderson, circa 1821. Public Domain.
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This concludes the introduction to note duration and meter. Intervals will be covered in the following section.
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