New rhythmic figures: the tie
In the lesson today we get to know how to read some new rhythmic figures.
In particular we will concentrate on the tie.
This is one of the rhythmic figures which are most used in music to lengthen the duration of the sound.
Today we will learn the best way to read this in music, even in the most difficult cases.
To understand how to use the material found in this lesson, I suggest you to read the introduction to this cycle of lessons (see link).
Have a good lesson!
Learning material of this lesson
|8 videos||34 mins|
|1. Introduction to the new cycle of lessons||3m 44s|
|2. What is the tie||6m 31s|
|3. How to read the tie||5m 26s|
|4. Another example of reading the tie||3m 13s|
|5. Practical exercise with the tie||2m 56s|
|6. Exercise to learn to play 1||8m 17s|
|7. Exercise to learn to play 2||2m 28s|
|8. How to make the most of the exercises in attachment||1m 52s|
|+ 1 pdf file|
|+ 9 audio files|
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