Learn Music Rhythms
- 7 hours on-demand video
- Full lifetime access
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- Certificate of Completion
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- Read, write, sing & play the rhythms found in music scores and their rests
- Understand measure, bar, staff & common terminology
- Sync playing hands and feet with the various rhythms taught
- Learn from 53 videos averaging 8 mins a video
- Pen & Paper
- Any instrument
This online video course will teach you simple and powerful techniques to read, write, sing and play music rhythms found in music scores. The course contains detailed explanations, musical dictations, practice exercises & progress tests designed to help you save time, money and make learning music rhythms easier.
* Anyone who plays an instrument
* Musicians interested in learning to read music scores
* Songwriters & Composers interested in sharing their musical ideas with musicians who read music
* Teachers to have new teaching material for classes
* Suitable for all instruments and ages
* Control the speed at which you learn with lifetime access to the course
* Accessible anytime on mobile or desktop with an internet connection
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- Suitable for any instrument
- Musicians interested in learning to read music scores
- Composers interested in sharing their musical ideas with others
- Music teachers who are keen to learn new techniques for teaching class
- Anyone interested in learning music scores
- Anyone interested in learning about rhythm
- Suitable for ages 5 and above
In this lesson Seth will teach you the importance of finding the one in music. He will run you through some examples to help you to understand how to find the one and count the beats.
In this lesson you will learn how to sing and count the duration of a whole, half and quarter note and their rest counterparts. You will be given a bunch of examples on how to verbalise each of these rhythms and how to mix them up.
Seth will introduce the concept of rhythmic clichés and test your knowledge by singing various rhythms using previously learned clichés. Your task is to identify what types of notes he is using.
In this lesson Seth will be give you a musical dictation where he will sing a rhythm and you have to write down the musical notation of what you hear. This lesson shows what you can expect for future musical dictations.
Get a pen and paper ready to try the 5 musical dictation exercises mixing up whole, half, quarter notes and their rest counterparts.
In this lesson Seth will walk you through how to do the homework exercises provided in this course illustrating how to sing and play the exercises with your voice and instrument.
Musicians commonly sight read music in a way that is easy for them to read rhythms. However some written rhythms can cross the line, which ends up being confusing. Seth will illustrate some relevant examples of what it means to cross the line. This way you will be able to write rhythms that are easily understood by other musicians and prevent you from crossing the line.
In this lesson Seth will break down to you how to understand pitch in music scores. He will make a clear illustration of the relationships between the treble and bass clef using a piano drawing and guitar. Explanation of the names of the notes, lines and spaces will be written clearly.
C4 on the guitar is A - string / 3rd fret. In this video the instructor plays "C5" which is, 1st fret on the B - string. The instructor uses C3 on the guitar for demonstrational purposes only.
In this lesson Seth covers sharps and flats, how to go above the ledger lines and how to read and write a melody using quarter, eighth, sixteenth notes on the staff. He will teach you how to systematically breakdown a melody on a staff so that you understand how to sing and play it.
The final exam will cover 30 measures of notes and concepts explained over the course. First you will have to read or sing and then with your instrument you can play the exam. The notes covered include whole, half, quarter, eighth, triplet, sixteenth, tied, dotted notes and their rest equivalents. Good luck J