More complex exercises
Today we will conclude the lessons on the study of fundamental music reading exercises.
We will do this with some exercises which begin to be more complex. In fact we will put together everything that we have learned up to now:
- Read notes of different pitch and duration
- Carrry out disjunct motions to different extents
- Mix different figures (minime, crotchet, quaver, semi quaver)
- Read groups of semiquavers with disjunct motions
Without realizing you have progressively learned to read music using basic rhythmic figures.
You can immediately apply all this in order to read music and play it on your instrument
Now you are ready to take a new step: to learn new and more complex rhythmic figures.
Learning material of this lesson
|Video Introduction to exercises|
|+ 1 pdf file|
|+ 7 audio files|
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