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Slurs are signs over or under a note or rest which means to pause on the note or rest.
Slurs are time values with the same pitch.
Slurs are signs over a group of different/various notes which means connected notes smoothly joined together.
Slurs are accidentals:(the sharp-# , flat-(b) and natural (G) signs.
What are slurs used for?
Slurs are signs used to determine when a piece of music should be played very loud.
Slurs are signs which indicate when notes of varying pitches are to be played 'legato' in a smooth and connected manner.
Slurs are signs that indicate how notes should be grouped/beamed together.
Slurs are time signatures which indicate the amount of beats in each bar/measure.
What are ties?
Ties are signs which separate notes that are next to each other and also have the same pitch.
Ties are signs which mean to repeat a piece of music from the beginning.
Ties are notes of varying/different pitch.
Ties are signs which mean to join notes that are next to each other and also have the same pitch.
What are ties used for?
Ties span from the individual notehead to notehead of the same pitch to combine time values/notes.
Ties are signs which indicate the key in a piece of music.
Ties are used to determine the distance from one note to another.
Ties are used to determine the tempo (speed/time) in a piece of music.
Ties always start and end on the same notehead.
Ties cannot extend accidentals across the bar line.