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Filipino folk song that have 2/4 time signature

Filipino folk song that have 2/4 time signature

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March time: 2/4 meter

Chop a 4/4 meter in half and you're left with only two quarter note beats per count. Not to worry, however,  since two beats per measure are perfectly appropriate. In reality, you'll find 2/4 meters in the most popular  marches. The rhythm is close to the rhythm of your legs as you march: ""left-right, left-right, 1-2, 1-2."" You start and stop marching down — beat 1.

Example of Filipino folk song that have 2/4 time signature

Leron Leron - Sinta
Lupang Hinirang
Sitsiritsit Alibangbang
""Pamulinawen""
Paru parung bukid
Some waltzes and marches often have a two-quarters time signature.

A time signature in music tells you what meter of the piece you're playing. Composers determine the number of beats per measure early on and use a time signature to express that detail.  

The two numbers in the time signature tell you how many beats there are in any musical sequence.  A piece with a 4/4 time signature has four quarter note beats; each 3/4 meter measure has three quarter note beats; and two quarter note beats per 2/4 time measure

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