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September 29, 2010

Learning How To Read Music

Learning how to read music can be daunting. I know. I am a guitar teacher, and I work daily with teaching people how to read and play music. A lot of people are afraid of learning how to read music, and for some reason, it seems that guitar players in particular are a bit scared of learning this skill.

One of the problems here are that most people think learning how to read music is a process that is slow, time-consuming and very demanding. Guess what? It doesn't have to be. The problem most often originates in a poorly organized teaching technique.

The fact is, you can learn the basics of reading music in only a few hours. That's right - a few hours. Now wait, I'm not saying you will be a fantastic sight reader who will perform with an orchestra the next morning. What you can learn however, is the fundamentals needed, and from there you can practice and get better every week.

The three most important elements in music are Melody, Rhythm and Harmony. I teach this to my students all the time. It doesn't matter if you play blues, rock, rap, or classical - what dictates how good your music will be, is melody, rhythm and harmony. It really is! If you look at any of my free guitar lessons on www.dolphinstreet.com, you will notice that my licks, my chording, my solos and tunes have all of these three elements. If we don't have them, the music will soon start to sound uninteresting and unpleasant.

So, how do we put this all together, and learn how to read music in a way that doesn't take forever and cause an enormous amount of frustration? I'll make it easy for you. I charge $50 per hour for my lessons, but what I'm about to tell you will save you lots of money, while still learning the same information.

Duane has put together a powerful lesson for you. In just 3 to 4 hours, Duane will teach you the basics of reading music. That's right. He, as I do, uses the power of simplicity.

In about an hour, you will learn all the notes in treble and bass clefs, including sharps and flats and their order of occurrence. The focus here is learning about melody.

For the second hour, you will learn what rhythm is all about, and you will learn the concept of measures, meter, note values and rests.

In hour three, intervals, chords, unisons are explained, which is how we learn harmony. You'll even learn about augmented chords, inversions and extended chords.

For the fourth hour, you will learn how to put it all together to learn a song. Now there's how an experienced teacher goes about teaching you something you will actually learn.

So there you go - if you are really interested in understanding and learning how to read music, I encourage you to order this course from Duane. It really works, but remember - you will need to do the exercises the course teaches. I always stress the fact that there is no shortcuts in becoming a good musician. It takes work and dedication, and if you have that, all you need is a good teacher, and some time to accomplish what you set out to do.

If you want to try this course, Click Here to sign up today. You don't even have to take a risk - the course is guaranteed.

Duane has the credentials and background to back up what he is teaching. I highly recommend this course, if you are motivated to learn how to read music. Duane makes it easy to understand, and doable. I would be happy to hear your thoughts, after you have gone through this course. I am absolutely confident you will be completely satisfied with what you learned.

Don't wait any longer, if you really want to learn how to read music.
Go to Duane's Music Reading Website now to order your copy.

Happy Music Reading!

By Robert Renman - www.dolphinstreet.com


Posted by Robert Renman on September 29, 2010

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