By Anton von Webern
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A duplet, therefore, is a group of two equal notes which are performed in the time normally taken by three of them. It is shown by a figure 2 alrove or below the This sign x is called a double sharp. r; 9,) ) I ) ). ) The sign which lowers a note by two semitones is a double flat. This is simply two flats together, bb, for example: I By using duplets in compound time or triplets in simple time, it is possible to write a rhythm in either a compound ttt time Abb signature or a simple time signature.
Beat. For instance, these examples are best written: , ,tot | 7, alffia t 63 This kind of opening is called an 'upbeat' start, because a conductor's baton or hand moves upwards before the downbeat at the beginning of a bar. It is also known as an 'anacrusis'. Many examples of upbeat stafts are given in Grade 3 ol Music Theory in Practice, particularly in Section I, which explains how to use an upbeat start in the four-bar rhythm which you may be asked to compose. J l) I not 6 J. ))a)aaa. Upbeat starts often set a pattern for an entire piece, as in this simple example: Traditional:'The British Grenadiers' quaver Demisemiquaver rests are arranged in the same way as and semiquaver rests.
Gi-At-Ah? 2 In the examination you will not be required to use either of these types. What you must remember, however, is 2 See The AB Guide to Music Theory, Partl, 4/6. 99 Grode 4 Section 73 that there must be at least one note on euery line and in euery space, but not more than two. This succession of notes is wrong, therefore, for two reasons: And if the same scale were written with a B! ;__}€=_Ee- Unnecessary accidentals can be avoided by remembering the sharps and flats in the key signature, if there is one, for example, and Also, it can be confusing when a note which is affected by the key signature is not actually used.