Beginners/Explaining Music

Donald F. Robertson

Message 13390 · 13 Oct 1998 11:44:10 · Variable-width font · Whole thread

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John Chambers wrote:
>
> so a bar of music is two
> bars for the dancers. If you aren't aware of this, the result can be
> confusing.

Actually, as a musician, I found this _tremendously_
confusing when I first started dancing. Bars? Those aren't
bars. What are they talking about?

-- Donald
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