Rhythm Workbook-Book 1 Ages 8-Adult

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Rhythm Workbook

The “Rhythm Workbook” is rhythm only without notation.  Students play one note and count the beat numbers. This 20 page book is written in two chapters:  chapter one reads one line and chapter two reads two lines simultaneously.  It includes the quarter note/rest, half note/rest, dotted half note, whole note/rest, dotted quarter note, eight note/rest, and the tie.

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Rhythm is probably the most difficult part of music to learn and often the most neglected part of lessons.  Identifying the note name is pretty straight forward, where rhythm is “time”.  In the “Rhythm Workbook”, you play on one note reading and counting the rhythm without notation.  This lets you concentrate on the rhythm to strengthen the rhythm when reading music.  It has two chapters, and includes  the quarter note/rest, dotted quarter note, half note/rest, dotted half note, whole note/rest, eight note/rest and the tie.  Steady beats and counting the beat numbers are stressed.  Chapter one has a single line of rhythm, and chapter two has two lines for the student to read simultaneously.  This book can be used for all instrumentalists and vocalists along with piano students.  In chapter two, non-piano students can play one line while the instructor plays the second line.  This teaches how to keep your musical part if playing with other musicians playing different rhythms.  Recommended ages 8-adult.

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Rhythm Workbook
Weight 4 oz
Dimensions 11 × 8.5 × .125 in

1 review for Rhythm Workbook-Book 1 Ages 8-Adult

  1. Linda Summers

    I love “Rhythm Workbook”. Each time I have used this workbook I noticed more confidence in my students both in sight reading and weekly lessons . Many times when I think a student has an understanding of rhythm later on I find opposite. Then time has to be spent reviewing. That’s okay but I see dissppointment in the student. I don’t want to have to review if it’s golng to discourage a student.

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