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the time signature of leron leron sinta is _ _=2 4

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the time signature for leron leron sinta is 2/4...

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the time signature of leron leron sinta is _ _=2 4

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maybe Duple beat or Triple beat.

For more information, search the beat of the bayan ko.

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i first listen to the song while repeating it i figure out that the time signature is 2/4 if i am correct

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Hindi KO po Alam🀣🀣🀣🀣

Hindi KO po Alan🀣🀣🀣🀣

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2/4

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4/4

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Is the Leron-Leron sinta song in G-major?

c- major 2/4 time signature


How did you find the tempo the song leron leron sinta?

It depends on your Tone ^^


What is the tempo of leron leron sinta?

Leron-Leron Sinta is a Filipino children's song that is often sung at schools. The tempo is 104 beats per minute.


What are the history of bahay kubo and leron leron sinta?

"Leron, Leron Sinta" ("My Dear Little Leron") is a traditional Tagalog folk/work song from the Philippines. From the University of California, Berkeley Folklore Archives I have learned that the song is representative of those sung in the fields and orchards in the Philippines. It is often presented as a children's song; but it may be better described as a work song with a catchy tune and a bit of humour that is sung to help make the hard work of the day more tolerable. Although a number of verses exist, the first verse is perhaps best known. It is traditionally sung by a woman whose lover, Leron, climbs up a papaya tree, bringing with him a large bamboo basket in which he plans to place the ripe fruit for his loved one. But as he climbs higher, the branch on which he is perched breaks. With this "poor luck," she must now look for someone to take his place. I have seen a number of translations; however, the following seems to be consistent with the descriptions and interpretations of the song that I have read: "Leron, leron, my love, ["Leron, leron sinta,] Up a papaya tree, [uko ng papaya,] With him a basket new [Dala dala'y buslo] To hold the fruit for me. [isidlan ng sinta.] But when he reached the top [agdating sa dulo'y] A branch broke off in haste, [abali ang sanga,] 'Twas such an evil luck, [Kapos kapalaran,] The lost one please replace." [Humanap ng iba."]


What is the difference between time signature and key signature?

The time signature is the time and beat of the song, and the key signature is what major or minor it is in