STUDYING RHYTHM ANNE CAROTHERS HALL PDF

Suitable not only for reading, but for dictation, improvisation, and composition — and for different methods — the collection contains one- and two-part rhythmic studies — mostly 12 to 16 measures long — that are intended to be sung, spoken, and tapped or clapped. The volume examines the full range of meter studies, rests and syncopation, triplets, beats, small subdivisions, changing simple and compound meter, notes in two and three beats, four against three, four notes in three beats; three notes in four beats, quintuplets and septuplets, meters with unequal beats, changing meters with unequal beats, cross-rhythms and tempo modulation. For those interested in the rhythmic patterns most frequently encountered in Western art music. Unfortunately, I was practicing my rhythms, and laid the book on the floor in the basement so I could take a nap, and it, along with several other books, got ruined when the washing machine overflowed. The thing that makes this book challenging is that it progresses in many ways with each new rhythmic concept. And for that, it is useful.

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Featuring over rhythmic studies in simple musical forms, with short preliminary exercises—this text introduces students to the basic processes and complexities of musical rhythm and helps them develop the ability to perform all kinds of rhythmic patterns accurately at sight. Suitable not only for reading, but for dictation, improvisation, and composition; the collection contains one- and two-part rhythmic studies—mostly 12 to 16 measures long—that are intended to be sung, spoken, and tapped or clapped.

Features NEW - Three-part study added to each chapter—Designed to be performed with voice and two hands, or with voice and hand. Familiarizes students with performing more than one rhythm at a time. NEW - Septuplets studies added. NEW - Revised and improved studies throughout. Provides students with improved studies with a dynamic shape. Focuses exclusively on rhythm—Metrical rhythm as it is found in the Western tradition of art music to the present time.

Provides students with more extensive work in rhythm than is available in other texts. Clearly defined and limited groups of patterns introduced in each chapter. Enables students to develop competence with one meter or group of rhythmic patterns before proceeding to another. Various ways of performing the exercises and studies. Offers students a variety of ways of approaching the studies.

Studies that are musically coherent—Composed of well-defined phrases grouped in traditional simple musical forms. Provides students with studies that are long enough to afford repetition, reinforce learning, and give practice in maintaining a steady tempo.

Involves students in making music, however simple at the beginning or complex at the end, rather than performing drills. Short preliminary exercises—Consisting of single measures or pairs of measures separated by whole-measure rests. Provides students with exercises that serve as preparation for the studies that they precede. Provides students with extensive practice in cross-rhythms—Singing and clapping at the same time, different and in the later chapters conflicting rhythms.

Emphasizes singing the rhythms. Provides students with a musical experience that demonstrates that rhythm consists of durations as well as attack patterns. New To This Edition Three-part study added to each chapter—Designed to be performed with voice and two hands, or with voice and hand.

Septuplets studies added. Revised and improved studies throughout. Table of Contents.

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About this title Featuring over metrical rhythmic studies in simple musical forms — carefully graded, with short preliminary exercises — this volume introduces readers to the basic processes and complexities of musical rhythm and helps them develop the ability to perform all kinds of rhythmic patterns accurately at sight. Suitable not only for reading, but for dictation, improvisation, and composition — and for different methods — the collection contains one- and two-part rhythmic studies — mostly 12 to 16 measures long — that are intended to be sung, spoken, and tapped or clapped. The volume examines the full range of meter studies, rests and syncopation, triplets, beats, small subdivisions, changing simple and compound meter, notes in two and three beats, four against three, four notes in three beats; three notes in four beats, quintuplets and septuplets, meters with unequal beats, changing meters with unequal beats, cross-rhythms and tempo modulation. For those interested in the rhythmic patterns most frequently encountered in Western art music. From the Back Cover: Fluency in reading musical rhythms, and accuracy in performing them, are essential skills for musicians. To help students acquire these skills, Studying Rhythm offers over extended rhythmic studies, to be sung or spoken, tapped or clapped.

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