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Reading Music Made Easy : Basic Music Theory for Everyone!

Learn how to read music with this short course and quizzes.
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Created by Dilhan Sener
Last updated 2/2016
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What Will I Learn?
Read the notes on the treble clef
Read the notes on the bass clef
Read sheet music
Understand different rhythm values
Understand basic music terminology
Find the correct hand position on piano
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  • You will need a music notebook and a pencil.
  • No music or instrument background is needed.

This course will help you to learn how to read music by covering

  • treble clef notes
  • bass clef notes
  • rhythm values
  • basic music terminology
  • hand position on piano.
  • reading sheet music

In this course, lectures are in video format and there are quizzes at the end of every lecture to improve your learning experience.

This course is short and effective at the same time. I teach kids so this is really simplified and designed for everyone with no prior knowledge requirement.

You do not need to know anything about music, this course is designed for everyone. Having a music notebook is a plus for you so that you can practice more.

At the end of this course you will be able to read music in a short time and you will start your musical journey.

Who is the target audience?
  • Everyone who wants to have a basic understanding of reading music
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Curriculum For This Course
Expand All 11 Lectures Collapse All 11 Lectures 01:17:40
2 Lectures 06:53

This is a brief introduction video to this course.

Preview 00:36

Staff consists of 5 lines and 4 spaces. We use it to write the notes on it.

Preview 06:17
Note Values and Rhythm
2 Lectures 15:01

There are many different rhythm values of a note. In this lecture we will learn whole,half and quarter notes.

Preview 04:58

In this lecture we will learn dotted half note, eighth notes and sixteenth notes. We will briefly cover rests.

How many beats is this? Part 2

Note Values and Rhythm
5 questions
Reading Notes
4 Lectures 38:42

In this lecture, we will start learning treble clef notes.

Here, our reference note is G ( Sol) on the second line.

We usually play treble clef notes with right hand since they are higher notes/keys on the piano.

Middle C Position ( Treble Clef )

We will continue reading notes on treble clef with intervals.

Treble Clef Continued- intervals

In this lecture, we will cover bass clef notes.

Our reference note is F ( Fa ) on the 4th line.

We usually play bass clef notes with left hand because they are lower notes/keys on the piano.

Bass Clef

In this lecture, we will briefly cover Let it go from Frozen and try to read the notes.

Reading notes : Let it go from Frozen

Reading Notes
8 questions
Finding hand position on piano
1 Lecture 03:36

In this lecture, we will learn where to position our hands on the piano according to the given finger numbers.

Where should I play?
Bonus : Music terminology
2 Lectures 13:28

In this lecture, we will briefly cover some important music terms.

Introduction to music terminology

In this lecture, we will cover the sheet music of Una Mattina by Ludovico Einaudi and study the music terms.

Basic music terminology : Una mattina

Music terminology
4 questions
About the Instructor
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I am 25 years old computer engineering graduate. I've been playing piano since I was 8. I've graduated from a conservatory in Turkey, then I continued private lessons with my instructor from there. 5 years ago I stopped taking private lessons and instead I practiced on my own. I have started teaching kids piano 4 years ago when I was a college student and I've had 15-20 students during this time.

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