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                 On this page and the next, you can find many of the signs and symbols you will see in the music you sing. Some of them you will already know from earlier Voice for Life workbooks. Things that are newly explained in this book are shown below with a page number which tells you where to find a more detailed explanation.
Notes with leger lines in the treble clef (page 17) DCBAGF
         GABCDE Notes with leger lines in the bass clef (page 17)
          
 FEDCBA
         BCDEFG Note lengths
          w  (four crotchet beats)

Semibreve
Crotchet (one beat in a time signature
 
 
Dotted minim
(three crotchet beats)
 Dotted crotchet 
•e
Semiquaver 
where the lower number is 4)
Quaver
(half a crotchet beat)
   Minim
(two crotchet beats)
(a quarter of a crotchet beat)
   (one–and–a–half crotchet beats)
  
Rests
Multiple bar rest (rest for Semibreve rest Dotted minim rest Minim rest the number of bars shown) or one bar rest
  

                                     Dotted crotchet rest
Crotchet rest
Ü
Loudly
Quaver rest
or cresc. Get gradually
louder
Semiquaver rest
or dim.
Get gradually
quieter
Dynamics
  Ä
Very quietly
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É
Quietly
Ñ
Fairly quietly
Ö
Fairly loudly
ã
Very loudly
 Appendix
         Red book UK prepress January 2020.indd 44
27/01/2020
16:42:25
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