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♪♪♪♪.... Sheet Music..Did you know....A trio is a sonata for three instruments (for example the piano, violin, cello), A quartet is a sonata for four instruments, the most common quartet combination is: First and second violins, viola, and violoncello. The term chamber music is often used to refer to instrumental music for trio, quartet, quintet, and other similar combinations which are more suitable for a small room rather than for a large concert hall....Sheet Music ♪♪♪♪♪

A useful guide to Sheet Music. Facts, Images and worksheets! An easy way to brush up on musical theory. Information on the symbols and signs used in musical scores and sheet music notation.

 

Sheet Music - Facts
Sheet Music Facts....Did you know...

Fact 1: A caesura is a break or pause (usually for sense) in the middle of a verse line. The word comes from the Latin word caesura which is a cutting off, a division or stop and from the French words caedere, caesum meaning to cut off

Fact 2: The Treble clef is placed on the second line of the musical stave

Fact 3: In sheet music notation, addition is defined as a dot at the right side of a note as an indication that its sound is to be lengthened one half

Fact 4: In sheet music notation, the symbol for a rest is two parallel lines which are set at an angle, similar to two forward slashes: //

Fact 5: A clef is a sign placed on the staff to designate what pitches are to be represented by its lines and spaces

Fact 6: A trio is a sonata for three instruments

Fact 7: A quarter note is is represented by a closed note with a stem

Fact 8: A cantata is a vocal composition for chorus and soloists, the text being either sacred or secular

Fact 9: In sheet music, a flat lowers the pitch of a note by one semitone

Fact 10: Placing a dot to the right of a note head shortens a notes duration by half

Fact 11: A whole note is also called a Semibreve

Fact 12:  A measure is the term given to the portion of the staff found between two bars

Fact 13:  In sheet music, a double bar marks the end of a division or composition

Fact 14: The top number in a time signature indicates how many notes appear in each measure

Fact 15: The seven letters of the musical alphabet are: A,B,C,D,E,F,G

Sheet Music - Worksheet
Need to test your musical knowledge or looking for a quiz to test your students? Click on the link for the Music Theory Worksheet. Simply print off and complete a useful theory worksheet including a quiz on musical terms and notation. The answers have also been provided, just click on the link at the bottom of the quiz for the answers, also in a printable format. Do you need a blank stave for your own composition or perhaps you want to practice your notation? Just click on the link below to print a free blank sheet music worksheet as shown in the image below. Print as many copies as you need, they are free and printer friendly!

Sheet Music - History
In the 19th century, the music industry was dominated by sheet music publishers. In New York City, the group of publishers and composers who dominated the industry were referred to as 'Tin Pan Alley'. The name was given to a specific area in Manhattan where many of them set up in business. Nowadays, the term 'Tin Pan Alley' is given to any area in a main city or town where there are several musical instrument stores or musical publishers in close proximity to each other.  In the 1920's the radio became popular and as a result sheet music became less important. In 1984 a computer notation program called 'Music Construction Set' made it possible for people to construct their own sheet music using their home personal computer. Notes and symbols could be added to the music stave and played on the pc or printed off and performed at a later stage. Today, there are many other computer software programs where sheet music can be created quickly and relatively easily and it is the most popular method of creating sheet music.

Sheet Music - Bible References
Music was mentioned many times in the bible, the following definition of music is taken from Easton Bible Dictionary.

  • Jubal was the inventor of musical instruments (Gen. 4:21). The Hebrews were much given to the cultivation of music. Their whole history and literature afford abundant evidence of this. After the Deluge, the first mention of music is in the account of Laban's interview with Jacob (Gen. 31:27). After their triumphal passage of the Red Sea, Moses and the children of Israel sang their song of deliverance (Ex. 15)

  • The period of Samuel, David, and Solomon was the golden age of Hebrew music, as it was of Hebrew poetry. Music was now for the first time systematically cultivated. It was an essential part of training in the schools of the prophets (1 Sam. 10:5; 19:19-24; 2 Kings 3:15; 1 Chr. 25:6). There now arose also a class of professional singers (2 Sam. 19:35; Eccl. 2:8). The temple, however, was the great school of music. In the conducting of its services large bands of trained singers and players on instruments were constantly employed (2 Sam. 6:5; 1 Chr. 15; 16; 23;5; 25:1-6)

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Dream Explanation - Sheet Music
Hearing harmonious and soothing music in your dream, is a good omen of prosperity, pleasure and the expression of your emotions in a positive way. Music serves to heal the soul. Hearing discordant music in your dream means unhappiness and troubles in the home. 

Sheet Music - Tattoos
Images taken from sheet music are a great idea for tattoos. Looking for inspiration for a unique tattoo design? Why not choose a musical note or incorporate a selection of musical symbols in your own design? A great way to show your interest in the fascinating world of music. Whether your preferred genre is Rock or Classical, Disco or Country, Sheet Music symbols are a great choice for a tattoo! Browse through our selection of images and check out the meaning of each one.

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Pictures and Videos of Sheet Music
Discover the vast selection of pictures and videos which relate to Sheet Music and illustrate the different music symbols and notation that we encounter in everyday life. What is the significance of a Sheet Music? What are Time Signatures? What is the difference between a Crotchet and a Quaver? What do sharp symbols look like? What is an Articulation mark? Find the answer to these questions about sheet music and more! Lots of useful information and facts for anyone with an interest in music theory. All of the articles and pages can be accessed via the Signology Index - a great educational resource on Sheet Music for everyone!

 

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