Rhythm Music Theory for Music Educators
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Rhythm Music Theory for Music Educators

Increase the quality of your music teaching
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Created by Daniel Kan
Published 11/2016
English
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Price: $139.99
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This course includes
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Students will increase their teaching effectiveness in Rhythm - Music Theory
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Description

This course, as the title suggests, is targetted at Music Educators who are aiming to impart rhythm music theory more effectively to their beginner or intermediate students. 

All Exercises used in this course are widely used in contemporary music, all across the world. These exercises are great for all beginner and intermediate students regardless of the musical instrument they play. All audio demonstrations uses various musical instrument sounds to stimulate and sustain the interest of the course participants.  


Who this course is for:
  • This course is for music educators
Course content
Expand all 30 lectures 57:34
+ Quotes on Rhythm
1 lecture 01:09

These quotes on Rhythm does remind us as Music Educators that we are not just teaching music, we are touching and impacting lives. 

Preview 01:09
+ Orientation
3 lectures 06:31

Download Musescore and use it to create music theory assignments for your students 

Preview 03:54

Explain the Common Progressive Note Values 

Progressive Note Values
01:37

Understand how we can derive Rhythmic Styles by combining various Rhythmic Notes 

Preview 01:00
+ Whole Notes, Half Notes
1 lecture 01:37

Explain the clear relationship between Whole notes and Half notes

Preview 01:37
+ Half Notes & Quarter notes
1 lecture 01:34

Explain the clear relationship between Quarter notes and Eighth Notes

Intro to Quarter Notes & Eighth Notes
01:34
+ Eighth Notes & Sixteenth Notes
1 lecture 01:33

Explain the clear relationship between Eighth notes and Sixteenth notes

Intro to Eighth Notes & Sixteenth Notes
01:33
+ Dotted Notes
2 lectures 05:36

Explain the final note value result of Dotted notes

Intro to Dotted Notes
02:55
+ Tied Notes
1 lecture 01:38

Explain the between non-Tied and Tied Notes

Intro to Tied Notes
01:38
+ Ballad
9 lectures 18:57

Explain whole and half notes in Ballad Exercise 1

Ballad Exercise 1
02:23

Explain whole, half and quarter notes in Ballad Exercise 2

Ballad Exercise 2
02:04
Ballad Exercise 3
02:00
Ballad Exercise 5
02:17
Ballad Exercise 6
01:21
Ballad Exercise 7
02:32
Ballad Exercise 8
01:52
Ballad Exercise 9
02:20
+ Rock
6 lectures 11:58
Rock Exercise 1
02:21
Rock Exercise 3
01:15
Rock Exercise 4
01:46
Rock Exercise 5
02:09
"Country" Exercise
01:46
+ Latin
3 lectures 04:14
Beguine Exercise
01:09
Samba Exercise
01:29
Reggae Exercise
01:36