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In the video below, you will be practicing how to count notes in a measure, in order to keep time in music. A time signature tells you how a particular piece of music is played.
The bottom part with a number four (4) indicates that
each count (or beat) gets a quarter note.
|2/4 time – Two counts (beats) per measure|
|3/4 time – Three counts (beats) per measure|
|4/4 time – Four counts (beats) per measure|
|Learn Time Signatures (Free Lesson with Flash Demos) – to
practice HOW TO COUNT the notes (Free online interactive Z-Board provided.
|Now that you have learned how to count the beats, you are ready to learn how to play an easy piano song, Brother John, click below.|
|As you can see this song is played in 4/4 time, which means there are four (4) beats in a measure, and each beat receives a quarter notes.|