Music Reading: the tie, dotted notes and other rhythmic figures (Part 8)


Other rhythmic figures

In today’s lesson we will end this cycle of video lessons in which you have learned many new rhythmic figures.

Today we will improve even more our skills in music reading.

In fact you will find many new music reading exercises to practice with all the different figures.

But, maybe more important, we will introduce 2 new rhythmic figures. We will learn them from a theoretical point of view and understand how to read them.
Even in this case you will be able to immediately play them, thanks to some practical video exercises.

After all these video lessons you have reached a high level in music reading!

Learning material of this lesson

7 videos 21 mins
1. Introduction to the new lesson 2m 23s
2. First figure: eight note rest and a couple of semiquavers 3m 40s
3. Practice (first figure) 1m 57s
4. Exercise to learn to play (first figure) 2m 23s
5. Second figure: dotted crotchet and a couple of semiquavers 7m 05s
6. Practice (second figure) 1m 42s
7. Exercise to learn to play (second figure) 2m 52s
+ 1 pdf file
+ 11 audio files
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