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A. Whole note
B. Half note
C. Quarter note
D. Eighth note

This question is part of Best Q1 7th Grade 2014
Asked by Tbutts, Last updated: May 23, 2019

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T. Moore

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T. MooreWriter, MA, Washington
Writer, MA, Washington

Answered on May 23, 2019

This note is a quaver. A quaver has half the length value of a crotchet and a quarter of the length value of a minim. You most often see a quiver as one of a pair, with the curly tail transformed into a straight line joining the couple, or as a triplet or in a set of four quavers.

Alternatively, you may see a quiver on its own following a crotchet that carries a dot after it. This is called a dotted crotchet and is worth one and a half beats, the quaver providing the extra half pound. This affects the music of a vast, short rhythm, or like a man with a limp - long, short.

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tbutts

Tbutts

Answered on Nov 07, 2017

Eighth note
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