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MUSIC THEORY – How to Read Music – Reading Rhythm

by | Sep 14, 2017 | INSTRUMENTS, MUSIC THEORY

MUSIC THEORY – How to Read Music – Reading Rhythm

In this tutorial made by Soundfly, you are going to learn how to read rhythm when looking at a sheet music. Playing rhythm means that you’re interpreting which type of note is written on the page. The time signature of a piece of music will tell you the value of the notes so that you’ll be able to play what the composer intended. The measure is a puzzle that is completed by the value of the notes.

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Awesome animated tutorial for beginners.

Level : Beginner

  • MUSIC THEORY – How to Read Music – Reading Rhythm
  • Tutorial Duration = 2min17sec  

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