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Helpsheet: Musical Signs

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2002
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Not applicable (e.g. worksheet)
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Other
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Some basic signs found in music, to help with the AB Grade 1 theory exam. You may also find "Helpsheet: Italian Musical Terms", "Flash Cards: Terms and Signs" and "Worksheet 22" useful (follow the links below)

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