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Leslie, C.E.; Randall. R.H. (ed.) / The conqueror
(c1880)

Elementary and theoretical studies,   pp. [3]-10


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PRACTICAL EXERCISES.
No.l. xpla G, or Treble &4 Staff, Added Lines, Qoarter Notes,Double Bar or O1o0.
Do ReMi FaSolLa Si Do         Do   Si   La Sol Fa    Mi ReDo.
No. 2.
No. 8.
- W .     W -
6./   '      -               -   VW*      VU              Wv
FIee.cy clouds are float-ing on-ward, on-ward to  a  dis-tant land.
No. 7. Explain quadruple time. Base or F Clef and the Brace.
No. 4. Explain Double time and Half note.
is the hour of sing-ing, Cheer-ful voic-es sweet-ly sing.
NO. 5. (Nos. 4 and 5 may be sung as a duet.)
j   I1
Pleas-ant is the hour of sing-ing, Cheer-ful voic-es sweet-ly sing.
No. 6. Explain Triple measure and the Dot.
ft/    .0i..0.  U  U    -   -                                                       ,                                   -   -     W   W4
Gai-ly  now our boat is sail-ing O'er the blue and spark-ling wave, Soon we'll reach yon  dis-tant har-bor, Soon we'll meet the fair and brave.
.    -       M    ,     - 0   W   M     -   -                              I
No. 8. Explain quarter rests and beating time.
Will you list - en  to  the sto - ry  we are tell - ing now?
If you can - not read the mu- sic  I will show you how.


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