My guess is to treat it as one measure of 6/2, ignore the 2 brackets, and tripletize the objects in the 3 bracket.
It's actually common practice to bracket duplets in this manner when they follow a triplet in the same measure
Ever since I first encountered a triplet, I'm wondering why there's a '3' indicated. In my mathematically (de-)formed mind it should be a '2'.The '3' is just saying there are 3 notes, so that's no extra information. The '2' should indicate that they are to be played (sung in my case) in the time of 2 similar notes.
I never encountered a quintuplet are a septuplet (?), but when I do, how can I tell in what tempo they are to be sung ?
It's easy to tell the difference, though; just count the beats in the rest of the measure.
Or look above or below in the system for a non-tuplet ...
I never encountered a quintuplet or a septuplet (?), but when I do, how can I tell in what tempo they are to be sung ?
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