Woodbury, I. B. (Issac Baker), 1819-1858 (ed.) / The new lute of Zion: a collection of sacred music, designed for the use of congregations generally, but more especially the Methodist Episcopal Church
The music teacher, pp. [III]-XXXVIII
&rr r Ir Sweet birds are sing - ing, and loud bells are ring - log. Nowthe day is past and gone, And we have ma-ny miles-o run. Sing-'mng and weav-ing, well spend the long eve - ping. Tunes should also be practiced by note. NoTL-Review first iesson most thoroughly. DIFFERENT NOTES IN THE SAME KIND Or MEASURE. THI MUSIC TEACH Although in the above examples each variety of measure has the same notes throughout the example, they may be varied to give variety; thus, In the first measure there is a half note to each beat; in the d, two fourth uotes to a beat; in the third, two beats to the one note; and four eights notes to a beat in the last measure. As the notes vary in the differ- ent measures so the accent should also be changed. For exmple, in the eC first measure the accent comes bn the first note; in the second measurc, the first and third notes are accented, while in the third measure, there being but one note, there is o accent; in the fourth measure, the first six- teentl note to each beat should be accented. Example in triple measure of different notes in the different measures. rVI 1- ' r I:: " aI &oeent every other eighth in the third measure. Example in quadruple measure. r r : No. 1. T lw note in No. 2 is called a double note, or Breve, and is equal to two V."- ,.ot' :. We 60i 2. W1 8. Ho nd four 4. How A. Nine; 5.W Wa 6. Wha 7. Ifmi the staff? re than nin( .A. B~yadd F i rst spa". Second spacV. Third xpace.
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