The 52 essential music reading exercises (part 2)


In the lesson of today, we will continue with the study of 52 very important music reading exercises.

These exercises make up the basis on which many great European musicians were formed during the course of the last century. This is a demonstration of their efficacy!

Thanks to these exercises, you will read the notes but most of all, you will be able to play straight off written music on the piano, guitar or any other instrument you are able to play

As I explained in the previous lessons, you will be able to learn these exercises very easily thanks to the audio files below, which are numbered following the order of exercises on
Pdf files.
What is more, I have added a explanatory exercise which will help you understand how these exercises should be studied, in order to get the most out of them and optimize your learning.

Learning material of this lesson

Video Introduction to exercises
+ 1 pdf file
+ 9 audio files
... to continue this video lesson

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