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Theory of Music Grade 1
May 2008

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1. The time allowed for answering this paper is two (2) hours.
2. Fill in your name and the registration number printed on your appointment slip in the appropriate spaces on this paper, and on any other sheets that you use.
3. Do not open this paper until you are told to do so.
4. This paper contains six (6) sections and you should answer all of them.
5. Read each question carefully before answering it. Your answers must be written legibly in the spaces provided. 6. You are reminded that you are bound by the regulations for written examinations displayed at the examination centre and listed on page 5 of the current edition of the written examinations syllabus.
In particular, you are reminded that you are not allowed to bring books, music or papers into the examination room. Bags must be left at the back of the room under the supervision of the invigilator.
7. If you leave the examination room you will not be allowed to return.

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May 2008 (A)

Grade 1
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Section 1 (20 marks)
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Name this note:

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This shows that you think C is the correct answer.

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CAB

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How many crotchet beats are

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