With all the pages of diagrams and information on grouping notes shown
in The Music Theory Lesson Grade Two Book, we trust you have a good understanding of when and how to
Grouping notes of smaller value than one beat can be a bit tricky,
and even more so when you need to beam a few beats together. But the main point to remember is
which part of the bar is it alright to beam the notes, also how many notes can you group
Working through these exercises which you will find in the Music
Theory Exercises Book shown below, will build your ideas, and looking through the answers, on
grouping notes will show you in detail the correct way. This exercise will cover another of the
examination questions you are most probably going to find on your exam paper.
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Music Theory Exercises Grade Two
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