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Introduction to Rhythm Reading: Stage One

Publicerad 2017-10-24 av Visual Musical Minds
Längd: 02:08, 2017655 spelningar, 13906 likes

Hey Musical Youtubers!

I'm happy to announce a new series of videos on music rhythm reading designed for beginners. This first video explores the relationship between quarter and eighth notes in 4/4 time, but in subsequential videos, we will add half notes, rests, and maybe even a bit of triple meter to the mix! So stay tuned and I hope you like it!

Credits:
Video: Nathan Walby
Composer: Nathan Walby
Performers: Computer (with the help of Nathan Walby)

Introduction to Rhythm Reading: Stage Two

Publicerad 2017-10-28 av Visual Musical Minds
Längd: 02:08, 913116 spelningar, 5444 likes

This is the second video in a series designed to help elementary student learn to read rhythms. In this video, we take a deeper look at the half note and how it relates to the quarter and eight notes. Throughout these videos, steady beat is represented by the boxes, and rhythms are represented as the notes inside the boxes. Counting the number of boxes each note uses is a great way to remember how many beats the note is worth. Hope you like the video and subscribe and stay tune for Stage Three when we introduce the Quarter Rest!!! Credits: Video: Nathan Walby Composer: Nathan Walby Performers: Computer (with the help of Nathan Walby)

Introduction to Rhythm Reading: Stage Three

Publicerad 2017-11-07 av Visual Musical Minds
Längd: 02:39, 685936 spelningar, 3978 likes

This is our third video in a series of three on the introduction to reading rhythms.

In case you couldn't tell, this is really aimed at helping elementary students read rhythms, but it could help older students too who are new to this. To make it extra effective, try it out with a some rhythm sticks and see if you can read and play the rhythms along with the video.

Hope you like it! And stay tune for next time when we start a new series on Intermediate Rhythm Reading for upper elementary students!

Credits:
Video: Nathan Walby
Composer: Nathan Walby
Performers: Computer (with the help of Nathan Walby)

Introduction to Rhythm Reading: Bonus Reading: Bonus Challenge

Publicerad 2017-11-18 av Visual Musical Minds
Längd: 04:21, 485287 spelningar, 3223 likes

After making the first three videos in my Introduction to Reading Rhythms series, I felt that I needed a nice capstone video to tie it all together- so here it is! If you're looking to read some rhythms or a teacher wanting your kids to read more- check out this video along with our stages 1, 2, and 3. And thanks for watching!!! Credits: Video: Nathan Walby Composer: Nathan Walby Performers: Computer (with the help of Nathan Walby)

Rhythm Reading Comparison: 4/4 versus 3/4 ~Easy Edition~

Publicerad 2020-03-23 av Visual Musical Minds
Längd: 03:50, 81429 spelningar, 769 likes

Have you ever wondered about the difference between 4/4 and 3/4 time signatures in music? Sure, 4/4 has 4 beats in a measure whereas 3/4 only has three, but what does that mean to the music?

In this video, we'll read and play two similar rhythms in both 4/4 and 3/4. As you watch, keep your mind alert to which time signature we're in, and try to "feel" the music in that time. And the video progresses, we will switch faster and faster between 4/4 and 3/4.

For an extra challenge and game between friends- try a drop the needle test with this video! It's simple- have a friend 'drop the needle' somewhere in the middle of the video, and then you, with your eyes closed, guess whether that part of the video is in 4/4 or 3/4. Who can name the correct time signature the most? Oh, the fun to be had!

Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy Rhythm Challenge

Publicerad 2018-12-16 av Visual Musical Minds
Längd: 02:27, 418040 spelningar, 3197 likes

Want to play along with the 'Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy' from Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker? Now you can! Just watch this video and sing, clap, or pat along! Credits: Video: Nathan Walby Composer: Tchaikovsky, arr. Nathan Walby Performers: Computer (with the help of Nathan Walby)

Rhythm Reading in 3/4 Time

Publicerad 2019-01-22 av Visual Musical Minds
Längd: 02:51, 178560 spelningar, 1557 likes

Here's a video to help people learning how to read rhythms in the 3/4 time signature. The rhythms themselves work just the same in 3/4 time, but how it all feels may seem completely different in the 3/4 time signature.

So as you clap, pat, speak, or just follow with your eyes- think of that first beat in each measure as the strongest, the two other beats as weaker after-beats. Also remember that there are two measures being presented on the screen.

Good luck!

Credits:
Video: Nathan Walby
Composer: Nathan Walby
Performers: Computer (with the help of Nathan Walby)

Rhythm Reading: Minuet in G

Publicerad 2020-05-26 av Visual Musical Minds
Längd: 07:40, 24687 spelningar, 449 likes

This is a Rhythm Reading Challenge for Bach's 'Minuet in G'.

A Guide to Rhythm Reading: Syncopation ~Papaya Edition~

Publicerad 2018-10-01 av Visual Musical Minds
Längd: 02:56, 569344 spelningar, 3223 likes

This is a Rhythm Reading video that focuses on the syncopated rhythm of 'ti ta ti', and all the ways it appears in a 4 beat measure.

For a great companion video to this one, check out our video "Shake the Papaya Down"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FGIGOKJx7f4


Credits:
Video: Nathan Walby
Arranger: Nathan Walby
Performers: Computer (with the help of Nathan Walby), Vocalist- Nathan Walby

A Guide to Rhythm Reading: Intermediate Rhythms Part 1: Doted Quarter/Single Eighth Notes

Publicerad 2018-05-16 av Visual Musical Minds
Längd: 03:08, 179802 spelningar, 1375 likes

In this video, we take a look at doted quarter notes, single eighth notes, and the eighth rest. We also get to see our beats split in half, adding a new challenge to our rhythm reading! Credits: Video: Nathan Walby Composer: Nathan Walby Performers: Computer (with the help of Nathan Walby)

Dela sidan:  2020-09-02Jonas Mollberg