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Theory Drill Games - Book 2

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JOHN THO'MPSON'S Set Two

THEORY D'RILL G, . 'E

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'l>l++E.N TWO OR. MOR.E IT TAK-ES FOUR Sf.MIQUAVERS

AR£ JOINED TOC;-ET++E.R.. TO EQUAL I++E VALUE

A DOUBL£ !.>tAM IS UStD. OFA CROTCt+f."C OR. ON£ -f"U LL COU NT

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MUSIC W/?/TINC'-f)£SIGNELJ FOR FUN NOTATION TAUGHT BY AN/MATEO IJ/MWINCS IN L OOS£:_LEAF FORM "ONE LESSON AT A TIME"

Set Two

John Thompson THEORY DRILL GAMES

Set 11. Outline of Games

Theory Drill Games Date Completed

No.

I. New Treble! Notes

Transposing new Treble Notes

2. New B~5s Notes

Transposing new Bass Notes

J. Black Key Names: Sharps or Flats Naming Accidenrals in Triads

4. Story-THE TRIP TO NEW YORK

Time Games

5. Accents

Marking Accented Notes

6. Story-HOW" MIGHTY HUNTER" GOT HIS NAME WrWng Counts and Accents-Spelfing Bee

7. A Quiz Game

Time Games

8. The Tie

Changing Crotchets into Quavers

9. The Dotted Crotchet

Arranging Well-known Tunes

10. Story-THE THIEF OF BAGDAD

Writing Counts and Accents

II. Time Garnes

Time Gomes with the DOlled Crotchet

12. The Scrnlquaver

The Semiquaver

I J. Six-Eight Time

Time Gomes in Six-E.ight

14. The Triplet

Writing Counts and Accents

J 5. Spelling: Bee

Final Test in Comic Strip Form

TO THE TEACHER

The THEORY DRILL CAI\.IES are designed to teach Musical Rudiments in an interesting and attractive manner, while savinjr valuable t ime at the lesson period. All the work is done at home and the teacher c.m quickly evaluate the pupils' efforts as the work sheets are handed in for examination.

It has long been recognized that the quickest and best way to mast er NOT:\TION, TIME, RHYTHM and all other elements of music, is hy means of \\'RITINC EXERCISES. Unfortunately, the theoretical side of music study is usually the least attractive, from the student's viewpoint, and the difficulty has been that of capturing the interest and attention of young pupils to the point where they are willing to do the work by themselves at home.

To help overcome this hazard, the work has been presented here in the form of MUSICAL GAMES or PUZZLES. It offers a DO-IT-YOl:RSELF plan in that each step is described pictorially in the form of ANIMATED DR.-\\VINGS or COMIC STRIPS, so popular with the average child. This obviates the necessity for lengthy explanations during the lesson period and, at the same time, injects a bit of humour into what otherw ise might be considered a "dry" subject.

The Games are presented in LOOSE LEAF form and it is most important that the pupil be given ONE LEAF AT A TJ ME, not the whole set at once. I n this way, the drawings and musical puzzles contained in future games will retain their newness and come as a surprise to the pupil, who then looks forward with anticipation to each successive lesson. For identification, the pupil's name should be written on the front of the folder in the space provided. The set of papers is then kept in the st udio and assigned one game at a lime at the desired intervals.

It will be seen, at a glance, that the THEORY DRILL GAMES are equally adaptable to private or class instruction.

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CONTENTS OF SET TWO

No. I - New Treble Notes. . . . . . . . . . . . . Transposing new Treble NOleS

No. 2 - New Bass NOles . . . . . . . . . . . . .p

Transposing new Baa Notes

No. ! - Black Key Names: Sharps or Flau. . . . . . Naming Accidentals in Triads

No. 4 - Story - THE TRIP TO NEW YORK. . . . Time Games

No. 5 - Accents. . . . . .

. . . . . . . . . . . Marking Accented Notes

No. 6 - Story - HOW "MIGHTY HUNTER"

GOT HIS NAME Writing Counts and Accents - Spelling Bee

No. 7 - A Quiz Game Time Games

No. 8 - The Tie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Changing Crotebeta into Quavers

No. 9 - The DOlled Crotchet

. . . . . . . . . . Arranging Well-k.nown Tunes

No. 10 -'Story - THE THIEF OF BAGDAD. . . . . Writing Counts and Accents

No. II - Time Games . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Time Games with the Dotted Crotchet

No. 12 - The Semiquaver

. . . . . . . . . . . . The Semiquaver Reat

No. 13 - Six-Eight Time . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Time Games in Six-Eight

No. 14 - The Triplet. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Writing Counts and Accents

No. 15 - Spelling Bee. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Final Test in Comic Strip Form

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SET TWO

TflEOR Y DRILL (;.\\lE, '\0. I

New Trehle :\"otes

Pupil's Nam«

Grade (or Srar) _

1

C D E F G

1. Cnp) and write t he let t ern.nncs of these notes

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V -- ,_. I
1\ - ,_.. I I
''''''' I
\.' V
V C D E F G

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Stems up Sterns down

'J j J J J J Ir r E rr r r II

2. Put stems on these noteheads.

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S££ IF YOU CAN TRANSPOS£ THEM. [}€. CAR£FU L OF THE. STEMS ~

3 Transpose these notes one octave lower in the Treble.

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( ~ n I - r-' - - - -- r- -
If. '!I I I r-' ) ~I r- ) .
II' AIIIt.. .... r I
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IT Jfitit.. ... ..J
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V 4. Transpose these notes one octave higher.

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I

I

... - -C

- - I

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5. Write the counts iu the following

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I \I .. -- r-" - r-' - ,,-...
1\ 't' _ r- I I f'--"
IIA1111.·~ I I I
\.\ ~t::F r -
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New Bass Notes

Pl,pil"s ;\"amc. __ .____ _

Gra<k (or Star) ~_

9; 2 J J OJ .. ~ ~
J
F G A B C ~~~J) __ ~~tJ-(~~f)-p.lJ.a~I1~~-'~\T-lJ-l.-(_:J_~_~lt_·r~((=.r.=rl=~l=Il=C'=.=,I='=h=C'_'_"=;=l(=)Hj'!t==============j~============~_~~

F GAB C

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IN "THE E'iAMDLE UELOW, YOU ARE

1U WHIT£ T~-E. NOT-E.S 'N ... 5

MMIY DIFFEf1..fNT PLACES AS I

1 YOu CAN SOME: YOu KNOW IN

TH fl..f£ l'LAC£S AN D S OM£ I~~

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() 2. \Vrile in 3 places. Wri({' ill -1 places. (2 ill each Clef)
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~. Transpose t hese notes one octave higher in the Bass.

c~ .,.. .. ~
.- u r l
I AI 1,..00""""
)/ ~

( -
~ "\.- i) J - ~ I
•• u ,........ ! """" I
_L AI 1 ~ - ( ,.., - ( •
./ ....... 1 _ - - - • - - -
-- - • - - 4. Transpose these notes one oct ave lower.

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C'- ,. All ... r-' r-- I [ I -- - -
J."-t' - I I I I r-' I
J AI J..... I I
_./ ....
\
(' .,.. AI
.- ........
J AI
.r: ........ I
• 5. Write the counts in the following.

I)

I '0,1 AI

J

-

r-"1 •

( J

-

I

J

--

1 1

-

r-

(LJ.. ....... _

,~ AI

I

I

Count, r

I 1

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1 --

-

(

-

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-

5

SET TWO

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Black Key Names

Pupi ls Name_~ _~_ . __ .... ~ __ ~ __ ._

Grade (or Star) _

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·,',·.,IT":: ,.~t- SHARP

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. Or--. Trtf. Low;:_r .... CHAI\.T,

. WRIT-£' ":'Hf -FLAT

I MN,£S OF n-tf. (lLACK Kf:.YS I

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Make sharps of all these notes. then wr it e their letter-names.

r

:!. Make flats of these notes. then write their leuer-names.

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Letter- 1~llmt:'S:

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~. Write t hc lcuer-names of the notes to which the sharp. flat or natural signs belong,

() JiG " ~"
I \I AI fTC) I~ ...,X II () I L""1Io.
"- ..... (~ hX 'X In: () hX
I II 'JiI!"ttt.. AI -v~ ~ 11 ( ) "'x
\.' \7 ...... '-'
~
Letter- flame,
of
acc1dtmtals ..
I~ , ..... I () -
_j ....... til ( ) IX M- E""!t. I (1
.I AI I ("') Ie) hX J12:{ l:J (T
./ ...... V() v'-' X I ( "')
0 '-' 4, Place an accidental before each note indicated below

() ('") L""1Io.
\I AI -(-y () .,....,. X
1\ '"t' (_) (1 (1 X X
I'~ AI () -I'") X "-""
~V ...... (_) '-' --
~ -
Gq F~ Bq G# Eb F#
Ab C~ B~ B~
I" ,. All r--... () 'n_-
- I· ..... X ,...,., ()
I AI ""H" x- (') () 1'1
I .......... ...... '-' >< () I)
'-' -u 5. \Vril(: the lcucr-narncs be neath these notes.

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SET TWO

TIIEORY 1>I{fLi. (;\\IE. '\n. -l

Grade (or Scar)

The Trip to New Y oek

I. Spell the mmm~ wonk

The long train ride 10 New York .vas thoroughlv enjoyed bv ~ and ~'.;.=!:!q

When they arrived In the city, their

~!e~el

~n en:<ai-:ed a porter 10 (aITY the

;>:0

., 0

and they then took a

10 the hotel.

Each day thcv

{hey were glad to crawl into ~ e II e

.. \ boa! ride to t hc Srat uc of Liberty was

pack his ~",-~I~:~oEi,i'~e~JJ [or the return journey. BIH they brought home from the great ell}' many

memories that could never be

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2. Use only on~ Note to complete these bars -either J or J

Countl: 1 2 3

1 2 3 1

---

2 3

1

2

3

1 2 3

-

1 2 3

lI. Use as many Crotchets as needed to complete these bars.

I

Countl; 1 2 3 4,

-----

1 2 3 4,

---

1 2 3 4,

1 2 3 4,

_..

1 2 3 "

4. Use as many Crotchet Rests as needed to complete these bars.

Count.: 1 2 3

---

1 2 3

1 2 3

1

2 3

1 2 3

123

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123

1

2 3J 1 2

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SET TWO

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Accents

Pupil's Name ~

Grade (or Star) _

11\1 Q .... ~O PV.YI~G, 50..,£ COU~T~ .... n ..

TO MAI(i:; TH€ I'.~Y"TST"'ND OUT S#ARPLY

I. Play the folll)"inl!; "11 your piano and accent as marked. Note that even though the same notes are used In each c xaru p le. r hev sound quite different when accented properly.

a) In Two Four. acccnr Ihe lirst cr ru ru of every bar lThe accents are marked thus, »

>-,.. >- ~ :::>!II >-

F Ir C Ir r IC F Ir c IF

r

I~

b) In Three·FllIlr. .uccru the flnt count of every bar.
,~ >- >- >- >-
F r F I r F F I r r r r· ! c)

III Four Four there ;ire [11'0 accents. A srrouj; accent on the {int COUIll and a lighter accent on the third cou ut . (Stmll!!; arcent s .rre marked rhus, > Lighter accents are marked thus. - .) >-

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2. Put an accent mark (~) over (he first counts in the following.

a) Accent,;

,~ 1 J In J IJ J I J 12 ~ IJ J In J I ~ I

Acce,.I,:

2; J IrFlrulJ 1E!&IFrIUrIJ I

CO",. I,:

b)

"'ootl,.I,:

'~t FIL" IFrrlr rlUrrlr- I

Acce,.t,:

,. ~ iJ F r I u J I r rE!I F IT I r r F I ~. I

co",.II:

c) Mark the accents in the following example.

Put this mark (:» over the first count. and this mark (-) o v er the third count.

Acetlnt,:

'2 r: J F IF j IF r EriE r g I

Accent ...

~ i iJ J J J I J r E r rn tJ r r I F U J I

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SET TWO

T" I. () f{ Y P f{ 11.1. <; \ \ H.. '\ o. h

Pupil's Name _

Grade (or Star] _

How "Mighty Hunter" Got Ri.8 Name

I. Spell the missing words.

Indians usually earned their names from some important ? r r r r I accomplished during

their youth. One day an ? r r r r I Indian chief sent it young brave out to hum. It had been

a long, hard winter ann food was very scarce. In fact. most of the tribe were nearly? r r r r I

of starvation. The young brave put on his ? r r r r r r I moccasins. painted his

4Jli ~ E I ~"!~.e~~~~1

~ r E r and started out with his bow and arrow and ~ 1= knife.

He ? J r r r r r I down ncar a water hole and waited patiently until he slew a

? J r j l' and a ? r r F ,

The tribe was saved and 2 r r r Ion the

R

__ R

meat for days afterwards. For this timely ? r r r r Ihe was named "Mighty Hunter."

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gi ~ am F lL!qr Ulr ElF ale J til

COlt "ts:

.tee» /I ts.

'i F L r r r I r r El r I r rr t till a r II

CUIt.,.ts .'

3. Add one note to complete these bars. (Either J or J)

IF Ef IF I!

I

SP€LL THE WORDS BELOW IN

,...-.-:.__~ _.....: AS MANY DI-f"·H: R.£NT P LAC-ES

~---- AS YOU CAN, US tNQ BOTt+ TR:E.EH£

AND BASS/AS SHOWN IN TH£ SAMPLt.

4.

()
( V
1\
II~ 0
\...\V
V A D A G E B E A D E D D E F A C E D
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SET TWO

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Pupil's Name ~ _

Grade (or Star) _~ _

A Quiz Gllme

I. Write the leuer- names and you will find the answers.

(I) What is an expert flyer called?

F r I

b) On wh at pan of the body are the 'Y", nose and mouth? ,~ ~ ~ ~ I

c) What does a sheriff wear to prove he is an officer of the law;' ~~~J~;~J~;J~~r~~r~~r~~1

d) How does a Hower look when it is wilted? ~tJ~I~' ~r~ij~~r~~r~~r~~1

- --

~JJJr~1

e) What is another word for an old proverb?

fJ What name is sometimes given to the front of ~bUilding?"? J J f r r r I

g) Wb., legal term is used when property is 'transferred? • F E i ; E- ,--1-

h) From what vegetable is cole slaw made? ? J J J r r J r t

iJ What do people check in Railway Stations? ~'~·§J~~r~J~!r~J~~r~r~1

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5. There is son-erhing wrong with the 1(~~1 not r of each bar in the (allowing. Correct it by chang. ing the last nole into a Crotchet (J), or a Quaver ())\

~iJJJ!j JI,JJIJJJJI2JJJ'dli,JII

Cou rI Ill:

_ J IJJJJJJJ

II

Count.:

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Tbe Tie

Pupil's Name

The TIE is a little curved line joining IWO notes on the same lint or ~I}a(e -like this:

.'j~£Af1

Grade (or Star) _

When two such limes are tied rogether. the second one is not srruck hut is held £01" its full count.

In the follow ing examples. wr ite I he counts for cJ.ch bar and croas off lhe notes you would hold but not play. (As shown In 'he first bar.]

J.

COUflt!:

Count!:

F r I IT

rCtr J r I ~. II

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4. Set' [hal each bar has the correct number of counts by mak ing Quavers where necessary. (Use the beam. thus: U)

't F F F IF r F F IF r r Il r F IF F llF F I

Count, r

,~ r r r r I r r • F F Il r r r r Ir r F F r F I

COUAt,:

'I rrFFrlrrrrrrlrrrrrrrlrrrrrFFF I

COUIlt,:

I r r Ir

I, r r r I

G, \Vrite these notes in :u many different pta('e~ :U you can.

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,~
\..' V
~,~. F A G B D C E F

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The Dotted Crotchet

Pupil's Name _

Grade (or Star) _

BOT~ TftESE BARS SOUN D ALIK£. Tt+£ DOT TAI<.£S TH£ PLACE OF TH£ TIED NOTE.

DOTI€D MINIM

AND SOU NDS AS THOUCH IT W£P.£. WRITT€'N LlKt: T++IS (WITH A- TIE)

1 ~ fr I

[)OT ADDED TO -A.CROTCI-IE ONLY L£NCTt+ENS IT BY

Complete thc counts in the following by adding a Quaver or Quaver Rest where needed. Walch the counts carefully. Some bars are complete.

1 2

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Let's see how you are as a com~r - or musical arranger.

Below you will find three well-known runes, However, [he Time Values have not been properly marked. See if you can arr:mge (he notes in correct t irne ~o the tunes will sound as (hey were originally wruren.

First play the notes on your piano - exactly as they are shown. From this. you will surely be able (0 recognize the runes. Then arrange [he Time Values accordingly.

Here is a sample 10 show you how to do it.

Suppose "DIXIE" were written like (his.

By making Quavers in certain places it immediately lakes irs proper Iorm,

4. To correct this tune you need only make some dotted Crotchets Collowed by a Quaver. Be sure you put them in the right placell!

'~r r r IF r r IF m' 1m, r I, r r I r- I

5. This piece only requires some Quavers and some Ties to make it correct.

J J r J Ii F m L r 1m , r J IJ

J

II

6. This rune abo needs Crotchets and Ties. Can you Cind the proper placea Cor them?

IF m J J Ir

r r r r Ir F r r I, r r J IJ

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SET TWO

I III. ( II, ) PI< 11.1. (J \ \ II·. ",' f II

The Thief of Bagdad
I. Spell the rnissing words. fc
t P JJQ I there was a grimy
Once upon a rime in thc ancient city of ~ ~4~~:r~~~§c;~~i-§r~1 boy who became notorious as a thief. He loitered on the ? r r r r I

of the crowded market place. watching for a chance to Rub a

morie 4#±1: .:" j.~II."

from the unwary. H. was haw '0 catch as he scaled up the f E ~ ~ U E ~~ nl a nearby

building and raced over thc roof- tops to ~fcty One day. however. hc wa~ ? l LJd r F I

N' __ and l;1kcn before thc Caliph. He ? ~ r5J EJJ for mercy but the Caliph was

~4 ~~ J~E§I - _ _ _ to 1..._ ~:f)?g_' P'"~~~I

~~ E to his plea. He was sentenced to prison uc ~ F t- on bread and water.

straw nn the '00'. \Vh,n 'he rime 01 his imprisonment t-J E J tt1 up to a ,<3'. he W" se , free,

Burrneanr ime he had learned there ;, truth in the nlrl-4i (j L! I'h" cr ime does not pay.

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5TUDY THt.£XA-MPL£S {}E.LUW CAI\£FuLLY.

2. First write the counts rhen the accents in the f()lI01,·in~. Be careful of the doued Crotchets! Accents:

41 W Ir' V r E 1[" ~ r E! Ir' ~ E Li IF' 0 r r I E' I

ONLY J COUNTS H£R€, 4>

[}ECAUSE WE OCCjAN ON - ~

TttE rou R.TH COUNT.

3. Accentli:

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ONLY 2 COUNTS++€.R.E, ~ECAUS-E WE ~£<;AN ON

THE

4.

Accel4/s:

~~ulr plr' ~I(r IJ· vlJ.1lrccpl ~I~ I

Counll:

i; ONLY ONE COUNT++EI\~ (}ECAU5£ WE [}E~AN ON THE ,SECOND COUNT

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TilE 0 R) I )JU L J. (; \ \, E. x 0, I I

Pupil's Name _

Crane (or Star)

I. M ark the counts and accents in the following.

Accent:;;

~Ir!-rrlr r r lJlLJr ct:rtlr r r:UIr-1

Counts:

Acol1nl,:

~~ J J IJ J IJ J J IJ· Jln Ij J IJ. lim I) I

Count':

2. The following begin with an incomplete bar.

This begins on the 4th count. Mark. the bar Acol1,.,,:

'I J r r r J J rJ

lines, counts and accents accordingly,

r [FEjrCr

r

COIfnt,:

This begins on the 3rd count. Mark. the bar lines. counts and accents.

A,oCI1,.I,.-

'~.n E J fj n J V Fj J J J J J I

Co",*""

This begins on the 3rd count. Mark the bar lines, counts and accents.

Acc~nll ..

'I J J J

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, a. ;hair' pJ IJ· iiPalJ. J~J lfinnl;. i

Count.:

~ r r E' V I r r L' V I E' ~ r r I r r r r r I r' ~ r V I n I

C()fln~l ..

@ r' V H" V IF' V I~r' V I j. 11 F' ~ I J. ~ I ~ I

fiRST, WR,IT£ THE. COUNTS .

. WATCH THE DOTTED CROTC+ffT5! _ 1 TH£N WRITE IN TtfE TIME

. l SI~NATUR.-ES.

COMPL£T£ Tttt.5E. BARS

elY "'DDINC; xores OR. R.-ESTS

o Of' YOUR. OWN Cf.lOOSIN(t.

4.
@; D 'i Ir r Ir r ~ 1m I ro If II

'lj~ It rrr Ir· II

'I t" It r I I rO s r Ir r r r Ii
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SET TWO

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The Semiquaver

Pupil's Name: _

Grade: (or Star) _

IT TAKtS fOUR S£,.,.,IQUAV£RS TO EQUAL THE VALUE OFA CROTC++E"T, OR. ON.£. -FU LL COUNT

T#IS IS ~ SEMIQUAV£R IT +M-S -A -FU LL 4£,t,0, -A: ST-EM AN D TWO HOOKS. tT IS ONLY t+A-L-F AS LON<; AS A QUAVER,

Jm=.J

AR£. JOI NED TOc:;tH+E.fl... A: DOUll[£ [',£AM JS U5f.D

I. Make Semiquavers of the following, ill groups of 1wo by ;Hlding stems and double beams.

• • • • • • • • • • • • • • - - • - - • • II Make Semiquavera in groups of four by adding sterns and double beams.

• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • II 2. \Vritl: the: courus in the following.

~ i 10 j] 10 SO IJ J J

IJJJOp"j !JjJ3 J II

Cout/ts,

IJJJ3j JOOD lJJ ~ I

Count',

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s The Semiquaver Resl looks like a Quaver Rest with a double flag.

Trace these Se miquaver Rests.then see if you can draw some of your own.

i

II

c-l

\: ....

Mark the counts.

f; 1 tm 12 fta IF J:j I~ 'calJ faa b ~ I

C~,,'.:

.... Complete rhese bars by adding enough Semi quavers. (In groups of four.)

rJ
\I All I
1\ ..... .I
T~ AI I
\..'V ~ _ __!
V 5. A quaver is equal to

A crotchet is equal to.

semrquavers.

aemiquaver.s.

A minim is equal 10 .

semiquavers.

A semibreve is equal 10

semiquavers.

A dotted minim is equal to.

semiquave rs.

A dotted crolchet is equal 10

serniquaver s.

Pu"QIo.j YOUR. T ... INKINC; c .... P

.... ND SE£. "'OW M .... NY o« r ... £. ABO'll£. QUESTldNS YOU C"",N ANSW£.I\. COR.R£CT LY

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Six.Eight Time

Pupil's Name----------------

Grade (or Star} _

H£R£ IS-A NEW TIM£ SIC;NATURE

T+f£R:£ IS A 5TRLlNCj A-CC£.NT ON Tt+£ FIRST COUNT

IT MEANS THEI\£ WI LL [)£ SIX COUNTS TO -EACH

1. First write the counts for the following. then mark the accents. usmg rand F for the lighter accent.

for the strong accent

C(JUnIS:

Accents:

,*1 J r r r I[ErrJ r IjrCtr r I[Err; II

Counts:

2. In the follow 109. make Quavers in groups of three (using st erns and a beam). Next draw in the bar lines and mark the counts and accents,

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I\£VIEW THIS TAe.L-E Or NOTE VALU£S. THEN DO T++£

~

DRI LLS BELOW.

TIME VALUES IN SIX·EIGHT A quaver gets one full count

A crotchet gets two full counts.

A dotted crotchet gets three full counts. There are two semiquavers to one full count.

!I. Mark (he counrs and accents. Acce"ts.·

1* 9 ~d c:g IJ p r lar r 6FF r IscECcrJ· I

COII-nls:

4. Complete these bars, using either Quavers or Quaver rests.

II

5. Draw bar lines. ill the following ~ lhen mark II\(: counrs ann accents. Acee"tIJ,

'R r ~ iJ:1 E rJ C· r pCp ~ b r Sf r' I

Counts:

..leet/lts,

'fi E ¥ r "i a r ~ f 'i g j r:r ('if j j J J J r' I

CON 1,1.:

SET TWO

I"IIEOHY DRII.I. C \\IE. \0. II

The Triplet

Pupil's Name _

THIS IS A TRI P L£T. IT IS THE NAM£ ~lV£N TO A ~ROUP OF THR-E£ NOT£.s, TO B£ PL-A.y£D IN T-HE TIME OR.DINAR'LY ~ IV£N TO "L~Q NOT£S OF -EQUAL ......... _'-'"'[:..,

Grade (or Star) _

OR. /A TI\..) DL-E T r.-:--"'--_-A ) N QUAVE R. 5 15

-EQUAL TO At=ULL COUNT

l~

I. Mark. the counts in the following.

~ -r: i -s: i j

~ CiUEIE Wire &1 r lifjW'lt: &IJ =I;J I

Count, ..

2. Make Triplets or the following by using sterns, a beam, the curved line --. and the fi~ure T

't · · ~ I. • • • • • • • • • • • I _- .. . ... - --

... .

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3. Accents:

'lpJJ J1JdJJJ IF n JIJ1jJO IJ j I_"

Counts:

Accents:

-'~JJJOb 13Jjl3 J lJJj!:l ;12431J I

Co u "(".,, ~

Acce,lts:

'9 CflErrrrrEFrtFrl~ '1 JU &tlp'f JU Ilt'r J

Counts:

SEE HOW NIC£L'" YOU CAN SCO'I..£ T<+£ Tfl..lPL€.TS .... NO!

SfMIQUAV~ IrN~,T,~,," .. r- /-.

~J

~ 2:l} I ~/ 4'

4. Complete these bars with Triplet Quavers.

Ir

rl

r Ir r r

Counls: 1 2

3

2

3 1

2

3 2

3

Complete these bars with groups of four Semiquavers.

~i r F F IF r IF r

Counts: 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2

3

1

234

Use T'r iplets or Semiquavers to complete these bars. Use some of both.

~ r r r IF F Ir

r Ir r II

COUll/ii: 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3

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SET TWO

'1IILOI{ Y DI{JI.I (; \\IE, \,.. 1-"

Pupil's Name _

Grade (or Star) _

I () Spell these words in both Clefs in crotchets. J
V_
, 1\
ll~
~V
< V D E F A C E D B A G G A G E C A B B A G E
1"-
- I-
I I
_/_ 2. (J Spell in both Clefs. Score rhern as quavers in pairs . ..
\I
1\
Ir~
\...'V
V E D G E C A G E F A D E B E A D
'- ,-
- .-
I
.,., 3. () Spel] in both Clefs. Write as rriplers, IWO 10 each bar. .,L .s.
I \I
'1\
Ir~
'~V
~V F A C A D E B E G G E D D E E D E D
;" , .
I . -
I
,., i. () Spell I

I t_i/!lltt. , ,"'V

rhc words in SemiqullvenJ- both Clefs. J J J J

A

F

E

G

A

G

E

D

E

A

F

F

A

c

E

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fl. Help the liltlt' clown pass lhis final lest.

Write the answers for him III his balloon.

J ro R. +tOW MANY ('OJ NT'S WOULD YOLl +tOLD Tt+IS IN f"OUIt-FOUQ TIME?

IN 51)(- £1 ~~T TIM£" +tOW MANY COUNTS J F01\.. Tt-H5 7

/"-.:..._......,~

HOW MANY COU N TS TO THIS IN SIX-EI~HTI

IN fOUR.-FOUR, HOW MANY COU NT..5 \'voULD YO U C; I V£. TH IS?

(HOW MANY COUNTS i I WOULD YOu C;IVE THIS IN Tf+f\.££ -fOuR. ?

IN THR.E.E.-FOUr\. Ti.1A£, -HOW MANY COU NT5 f"O[\. Tt+IS ?

IN SIX-EI Ci+tT, +tow IMNY COU «rs WOU LD YOU ~IV£ Ttil..5?

HOW MANY COUNTS TO THIS C;ROU P IN -FOU n..-FOUn.?

t+ON MANY COUNT.S TO THIS GftOU P '"LF'I...____ IN Sl)(-£J~HT?

(IN TI-tR££-f'OUR.

, HOW MANY COU NT5

f. J TO T+tIS ~ROUP?

+tOW MANY S£MIQUAV[RS ~~R£ H+~R£ IN Ar ~J;OTT£D CROTCHfT?

f~

H.

Having successfully completed this book. the pupil should be assigned THEORY ORn.L GAMES.

SET THRF.E.

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