I. Pitch // FEB 17th
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In this thread, we will be talking about the first lesson of our music reading course. Please use this thread if you have any questions concerning the workbook (coming soon!) or general questions concerning pitch in standard music notation!
Click here to access Session 1: Pitch // Feb 17th (11am PST, 2pm EST, 8pm CET)
I will post the answers to the questionnaire on Feb 24th!
After the livestream, submit your assignments by replying to this thread!
See the pinned reply below to learn about various ways to write down your weekly assignments!
Further to last weeks assignment over the past couple of days I have set my guitar to one side, picked up a really really simple music pieces (grade 1), and just read through a the piece, reading the notes out loud. I do this with a metronome set slow. Only 5 or 6 minutes. It makes me think and concentrate. I think the ticks of the metronome help too. Of course there are mistakes but as soon as I do it I recognise it. Occasionally double checking things. I don't know if anyone else does this but it's helping me. Looking forward to tonights class I will be able to make it!!
I'm several months late. I'm enthusiastic about this course as my low music reading skills have been an impairment for some time.
I don't know if the assignments can be reviewed at this point. I've gone ahead and checked the answers of my peers after completing the exercises myself.
Also, here's my video playing exercise 1e.