#1
im trying to learn living on a prayer and i dont know what they mean, could anyone explain what they are.
#2
tied notes are like when two notes are tied together; for example, if you saw a quarter note tied to a quarter note, you'd hold that note for two beats. If you saw an eighth note and a quarter note, you'd hold it out for one and a half beats.

Grace Notes are interesting; You start out playing the grace note that's written there, but you quickly move to the written note (the one that's note a grace note). My band director says it sounds like you purposely start out on a different note and then quickly play the one that's written there instead.

Hope that helps; correct me if i'm wrong.
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#3
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tied notes are like when two notes are tied together; for example, if you saw a quarter note tied to a quarter note, you'd hold that note for two beats. If you saw an eighth note and a quarter note, you'd hold it out for one and a half beats.

Grace Notes are interesting; You start out playing the grace note that's written there, but you quickly move to the written note (the one that's note a grace note). My band director says it sounds like you purposely start out on a different note and then quickly play the one that's written there instead.

Hope that helps; correct me if i'm wrong.

no, thats just about right


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