RHYTHM LESSON 9 - Notation with rests
It is now time to add rests to our music. This is basically the same lesson as lesson 8 but it includes the quarter rests. The addition of the rest means there are a lot more options for grouping the notes in sets of 4. Just a reminder that the rest gets one beat just as the quarter note does. Whenever the children are reading and clapping music it is important that the rest be "felt" even though there is no sound. For this lesson you may want to add instruments for variety. I always told my…
3 Music Poster Set - Tempo, Elements and The Orchestra
3 Music Poster Set - Tempo, Elements and The Orchestra These are all editable and can be printed at A4 or A3.Colours can be changed as can the photos used... Save $1 by buying the posters together as a pack!
Key Signature - Music Stave and Music Scales
A Key Signature consists of Sharps and Flats placed at the beginning of every music Stave to fix the correct pitch of the piece - all key signatures
The RHYTHM READERS include nine levels of rhythm concepts. Download and print this handy resource and you'll use it everyday in your piano studio. Each level includes eight different rhythms. I have added a little splash of color and a cute graphic partly because it's pretty and partly to help you keep the levels organized! One easy download is going to keep your entire studio busy with rhythms. Level 1 - quarter, half, dotted half & whole notes Level 2 - eighth notes and quarter rest in 4/4…
How to Read Music Easily By Combining Bass and Treble Clefs
How to Read Music Easily By Combining Bass and Treble Clefs. Help for those learning to play the piano. Also for cellists, and tenors in amateur choirs. Using this method you will soon learn to read all the notes and be able to switch to...