How To Read Music
Table of Contents
Module 1: Prepare to Succeed
Congratulations! You’re going to learn a ton about reading, understanding and playing music.
This course isn’t some “secret” method never revealed before now. Instead, it’s the way professional musicians have always done it.
Although this is a DIY course, you have two mentors – Me and my Dad. He taught me and literally 1000’s to read music.
Module 2: Why the Recorder?
Portable, Cheap, No bells & whistles to distract, Lightweight
Module 3: Reading Music
Module 4: SEE it SAY it PLAY it
Module 5: Play along with the Band
Module 6: More Notes
Module 7: Say it out Loud
Module 8: Tie it All Together
Module 9: Building Vocabulary
Module 10: Eighth Notes
Practice writing a rhythm chart for Old Mac, London Bridge, Head & Shoulders Knees & Toes, etc.
Module 11: Musical Styles
Module 12: The Band Gives Clues
Module 13: Dotted Notes
Module 14: Tempo Markings
Module 15: Signs & Symbols
Module 16: Softly & Loudly
Module 17: Sixteenth Notes
Module 18: Bonus Lessons
Explanation, Examples, Exercises and Play-along charts. The Itsy Bitsy Spider, The Hokey Pokey, Happy Birthday
(aka “The Vibe Guy”) is an American vibraphonist, percussionist, drummer and composer. Ray Hair, President of the American Federation of Musicians says, “I would categorize his musicianship and performance ability to rate among the top five (5) percent of all professional musicians throughout the United States and Canada”.
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