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7 edition of Focus on Fun: The Eighth-Note Book found in the catalog.

Focus on Fun: The Eighth-Note Book

Original Elementary Piano Solos (Expansions)

by Stephen Covello

  • 207 Want to read
  • 37 Currently reading

Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corporation .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages22
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11160586M
ISBN 100793521416
OCLC/WorldCa31454805

The Lap Tap Clap Revolution 2. With a focus on quarter and eighth note rhythms, the seven Late-Elementary piano pieces in The Lap Tap Clap Revolution 2 are motivating rhythmic exercises in piano lessons, showstoppers at recitals, engaging studies for group classes, and incredible stand-alone solos. PLUS each piece is accompanied by a title page which gives your students the chance to lap, tap.   Relative rhythmic simplicity – apart from Book 4 which uses more syncopation, triplets, and extended eighth note passages, most pieces employ simple rhythmic patterns, so students can focus on other details such as staccato, accents, accidentals, register changes, pedaling effects – elements that make these pieces Halloweenish!

Book 2 in this series continues helping students learn their theory in the most beneficial way–by combining it with ear training at the same time, which promotes well-rounded musicianship. In this book, students learn more notes on the staff as well as intervals, half and whole steps, major and minor five-finger patterns, key signatures and more. NOTE: This book contains 10 SECRET SCHNIBBLES just for Trombone players that focus on ear- and slide-training. This collection of duets is the perfect compliment to a beginning band method, as it sets out to expose young players to a broad range of musical situations and challenges but without pushing beyond what most first- and second-year Brand: Creative Musical Resources For Band.

At its very simplest, music is a language just like you’d read aloud from a book. The symbols you’ll see on pages of sheet music have been used for hundreds of years. They represent the pitch, speed, and rhythm of the song they convey, as well as expression and techniques used by a musician to play the piece. Continuing where Book 1 left off, you will continue working through rhythm, technique, music reading, songs and improvisation. If you are coming to HomeSchoolPiano with some piano training under your belt, Book 2 is a great place to start. Technique: Focus on the left-hand bassline and left hand exercise. Building left hand finger Size: 2MB.


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Rory Stuart has written a great beginning book (beginning meaning dealing with everything rhythmically up to and including hard eighth note rhythms) for those of you who want to understand rhythm and notation in a deeper way.

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The Accelerated Sightreading Book 2 builds confident readers as students play musical variations based on their Lesson Book pieces. Theory activities help students focus on key concepts: eighth note and dotted quarter note rhythms, major and minor five-finger scales, intervals through the 6th, plus one-octave scales and primary chords in the Pages: SkyLeap Home > Publications > Beginning Jazz Woodwind Studies.

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The focus of this 3 minute lesson is rhythm in music notation (Eighth and Sixteenth Notes). Learn how music notation works and how to play.

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Here’s Eva Self on. Musically the right-han plays an eighth note passage followed by the left hand; mimicking tag essentially. There is also plenty of theory sprinkled throughout the book that calls on students to draw stems on notes and place note names for example. Psalm is an original composition by Kenneth Bray.

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A wonderful collection of activities that correlate with the book,"Trombone Shorty."Included are multiple activities appropriate for grades Activities include:Story ElementsBeginning Middle EndMain idea with details - multiple activitiesWho what when where why howIllustrating and describing the.

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That was how I used to introduce eighth notes to my piano students. It was what the method book told me to do and it was how I had learned about eighth notes as a child. It was also how I would lose my students’ attention faster than you could play an eighth note.

Finally, for some mathematic fun, here’s a polyrhythmic idea (Fig. 6) where double-stops are played a dotted eighth-note apart, until the phrase turns around and the pattern breaks to land back on the “1.”For this exercise, we have three audio examples.

The first one is with a quarter-note pulse, the second one is with a dotted eighth-note pulse, and the final one is with me counting the Author: Aurelien Budynek. book into a review or introduction depending on the student.

In order to skip the Primer book and start with Level 1, the student must demonstrate the ability to read notes on the staff, and must have solid grounding in rhythms using whole notes, half notes, and dotted half notes.

The book covers two areas theory and technique. The theory isFile Size: 1MB. The underlying principles of this stroke are first introduced in Happy Farmer (Suzuki Book I) in the form of the hooked bowing (dotted quarter-eighth) where the eighth note is articulated.

Begin with Viotti strokes using the whole bow, then at the tip of the bow beginning. In my world, this is the most famous popular example of 7/4 in the book. The iconic bass riff of Pink Floyd’s “Money” has echoed through time, and its off-kilter feel provides the perfect backdrop for the lyrical theme, as well as the honky sax solo before the guitar takes over.

From an arrangement standpoint, take a listen to the way the comping instruments participate: The heavy.This eighth note, rhythm exercises, book focuses you on talking one vocabulary of sixteen rhythms.

That's it. Secondly, this rhythmisation book is properly formatted for new rhythm readers with big, easy to read notation pages, supported by easy to read rhythmisation syllables that are easy to see and read.