Module 6: Reading and Writing Music

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Module 6: Reading and Writing Music

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[text_block style=”style_1.png” align=”left” font_size=”17″ width=”940″]The Quicklessons Piano Course takes things one step further and teaches you how to read and write your own music. In this module, you’ll learn to read and write chord charts, understanding chord symbols. You’ll also receive an introduction to the basics of traditional music notation, including the lines and spaces of the grand piano staff and counting rhythms.

As an added bonus, this module includes quick tutorials teaching you how to play five world-renowned melodies on piano, including a tutorial on Beethoven’s classic Für Elise as well as easy-piano versions of Ode to Joy, Ave Maria, Silent Night, and the Star-Spangled Banner.[/text_block]

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