The group made up of a quaver and a couple of semiquavers
In the lesson today, we will introduce a new and very important rhythmic figure:
The group made up of a quaver and a couple of semiquavers:
This figure is used very much in written music and therefore it is very important to learn to read it well.
Today will learn to read music correctly and learn to do practical exercises which allow you to play the music immediately on your instrument.
To make the most of the material in this lesson, I suggest you to read the Introduction page of this cycle of lessons. (go to link).
Have a good lesson!
Learning material of this lesson
|6 videos||18 mins|
|1. Introduction to the new lesson||3m 31s|
|2. The difference between the tie and the slur||3m 15s|
|3. The quaver group plus semiquaver couple: theoretical explanation (part 1)||6m 59s|
|4. The quaver group plus semiquaver couple: theoretical explanation (part 2)||6m 53s|
|5. Practical exercise||2m 30s|
|6. Exercise to learn to play the quaver group plus the semiquaver couple||2m 04s|
|+ 1 pdf file|
|+ 11 audio files|
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