Udemy Read Music Notes Fast Level 5 Read 22 Treble and Bass Clef Notes TUTORiAL
Soft / Video Lessons 19-09-2015
Udemy Read Music Notes Fast Level 5 Read 22 Treble and Bass Clef Notes TUTORiAL
This course will help you overcome all struggles as you go through the program moving from Beginners Level to Advanced Level in reading 22 Treble & Bass Clef Notes.

At the end of the course, you will be able to Read 22 Treble & Bass Clef Notes with Ease & with Increasing Speed.

If you are stuck at any Level of Speed, you can always go back to that lecture and practice until you gain confidence in that speed to move on!

You must use my Music Note Attack Method & not by rote memory or counting.

The method is also put into the procedure of the program so that you will have fun learning while increasing your speed in reading Music Notes.

1. There are 18 Speed Practice: Slow to Fast

2. There are many students test whereby students record themselves and check the accuracy of their notes reading afterwards in the speed practice.

Early Beginners Level - WHOLE Notes

Read 22 Treble & Bass Clef Notes

Slow Level - 45 BPM, 76 BPM, 92 BPM

Fast Level - 120 BPM & 220 BPM

Late Beginners Level - Half Notes

Read 22 Treble & Bass Clef Notes

Slow Level - 45 BPM, 76 BPM, 92 BPM

Fast Level - 120 BPM & 220 BPM

Intermediate Level - Quarter Notes

Read 22 Treble & Bass Clef Notes

Slow Level - 45 BPM, 76 BPM, 92 BPM

Fast Level - 120 BPM & 220 BPM

Intermediate Level - Mixture of Notes Duration

Read 22 Treble & Bass Clef Notes

Slow Level - 45 BPM, 76 BPM, 92 BPM

Fast Level - 120 BPM & 220 BPM

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https://www.udemy.com/read-music-notes-fast-l5-22-treble-and-bass-clef-notes/
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