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No matter what your instrument, a thorough understanding of rhythmic notation is essential. In order to be prepared to read through any piece of music, the serious musician must be able to recognize, read and play rhythms fluidly. This ebook is a thesaurus of rhythmic patterns, concentrating on eighth notes. All examples use one pitch, allowing the student to focus completely on time and rhythm on the instrument of their choice. MIDI files of all exercises are included which will facilitate correct practice, enhance clarity, and aid internalization. This book is a required text at New York University and Princeton University Music department.
Written in standard notation (no TAB). 143 pages.