Thirty-second note

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A thirty-second note.
A thirty-second note rest.
Four thirty-second notes beamed together.

A thirty-second note (also called a demisemiquaver) is a note with a value of ​132 of the duration of a whole note which is how it gets the name. It has 3 flags or beams.[1] A single thirty-second note is always stemmed with flags, while two or more are usually beamed in groups.[2] In the time signature it has a value of ​18 of a beat.

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  2. Gerou, Tom (1996). Essential Dictionary of Music Notation, p.211. Alfred. ISBN 0-88284-730-9