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Bernadette Peters - Broadway's Best
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#beginquote# Oh okay, well that's a different story. Well, that would be harder, obviously, and you can't be too sure if you are accurate or not. Anywho, first you have to determine the time signature. Like if it's 4/4, 3/4, 6/8, etc. Just count and listen, and see what counting fits. It's not 100% guaranteed that you will get it right though, but you will just have to assume. Then once you think you know the time signature, just count each measure. If it's 4/4, you will count "ONE two three four, TWO two three four, THREE two three four, FOUR two three four, FIVE two three four" and you get my drift. I hope that helps. #endquote#
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