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Music Theory Quiz

Do you know the difference between a crotchet and a minim? 12 Questions.

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  • choir2 said on 26-Jan-2012, 6 years ago
    A minim is two beats - a half note is the American name for it.Same for the quaver - two are equal to a crotchet - and eighth note is again an American name for it. Had to look it up in my Music Companion. Are you an American valerie81? Apart from that it was a very good quiz and I wish there were more classical music quizzes - can't managed modern pop ones.
  • jacksnharvey said on 26-Jan-2012, 6 years ago
    Question 4. When did it change from Every Good Boy Deserves Favour?
  • jacksnharvey said on 26-Jan-2012, 6 years ago
    Long time since I got 98% in GCSE & it shows. Good quiz, I enjoyed it, just one Q that puzzled me so think I'll have another go.
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