Sight reading music can seem complicated and difficult. But when you take it in stages, it’s not all that hard, and can open up new worlds of music for you.
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Sight reading is an important part of learning to play an instrument. Here are 5 ways to strengthen your skills and improve your overall musicality.
On the piano, you can see what you’re doing, but can you hear it? Albert Frantz of key-notes.com shows us how crucial ear training is to playing piano well.
Reading music is a pivotal part of learning to play an instrument. Want to take it one step further? Sight reading can unlock doors you didn’t know existed!
Get a free set of intermediate-level practice exercises to take your solfa sight-singing skills to the next level so you can easily sing from written music.
When you look at music notation can you immediately hear the notes in your head? This is essential for sight-singing and these solfa exercises make it easy.
Can you sing a melody direction from the written score? It’s a challenge for most singers. Fortunately solfa provides an easy way to sight-sing confidently.
The final part of our Talking Rhythm series, a recap of the count chant and Kodály methods using jazz and rock examples with practice audio and scores.
Take your rhythm counting to the next level and learn how to count syncopated rhythms using the Kodály method. With example audio clips and score notation.
In this interview with the founder of SightReadingMastery discover why sight reading is important and the resources available to help you master it easily.
Learn how to count rhythms using the Kodály method. Includes a chart with the Kodály rhythm syllables, audio clips and score notation to help you practice.
Scared of singing in a choir because you can’t read music? This tutorial demystifies the sight-reading process taking the fear our of choir singing.