Rhythm is one of the most important elements of the musical language, arguably even more so than melody and harmony. That is why rhythm is so essential to the musical language. In a previous article, we taught you how to read music notes. Now, we will dive into teaching how to read rhythm.
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How To Read Sheet Music: Step-by-Step Instructions
Playing piano by ear is a quick and easy way to learn the instrument. Knowing how to read piano sheet music is much more useful though. Reading sheet music opens up the amount of repertoire a person can learn. Learning these strategies will allow anyone to pick up a piece of sheet music and read through it with ease!
Early composers had to laboriously write out the music, after first lining the paper and then hand copying all the parts. Today with a click of the mouse and a good notation software program, it is possible to do what a composer does best: write music. Even with a minimal amount of training and talent, it is possible to score a song in a very short period of time. Open your notation software and get to know it, using whatever help resources it provides and whatever online user community there might be. There are many software programs available and some are even available for free on the Internet.