Teach Rhythm & Rests Course

Teach Rhythm and Rests Course - Online

Teaching Success in Rhythm and Rests will help your students learn how rhythm determines the beat, pulse and duration of sound. Learn how and why rhythm is the most important element in music!

Watch How You Can Easily Determine the Division of Rhythm & Rests in Any Time Signature!


The Teach Rhythm and Rests Course includes 8 video sessions: two for each level of Preparatory (Prep 1 & Prep 2), Basic, Intermediate and Advanced Rudiments. Plus all your downloadable worksheets with examples and exercises for all 4 levels.

Simple Time

In Simple Time each group is equal to a single (undotted) note.

Rhythm (from the Greek word rhythmos) is a movement marked by a succession of the dynamics of strong and weak elements or musical sounds and silences.

Compound Time

In Compound Time each group is equal to a single dotted note.

Strong and weak beats are fundamental to the pulse of the rhythm.  Rhythm is the length of sound or silence (long or short) that the beat creates. Groups of rests are written differently.

Hybrid Time

In Hybrid Time each group is equal to a single (undotted) note or a dotted note.

Rhythm in music may begin with an “upbeat” or a “downbeat”.  Rhythm may be “on” the beat or “off” the beat.  Understanding Beat vs. Pulse is the key to learning Rhythm & Rests.

Teaching Success in Rhythm and Rests will help your students learn how rhythm determines the beat, pulse and duration of sound. The teacher training video sessions in the Teach Rhythm and Rests Course, will result in your teaching success, as your students will learn how and why rhythm is the most important element in music.

 

Teach Rhythm and Rests Course
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