Leslie, C.E.; Randall. R.H. (ed.) / The conqueror
Elementary and theoretical studies, pp. -10
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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