Reading for Ukulele - The Next Steps
Published: 01 Jan 2003 Updated: 08 Jun 2023 • Visits: 162 • Code: UKEREAD1S
The skill of Reading Music can be understood and approached in various ways. Here are several levels to consider: 1) The ability to painstakingly decipher written music, even if it is a slow and challenging process. 2) The ability to mentally hear the music by looking at the musical notation. 3) The capacity to notate your musical ideas using standard music notation. 4) The skill to read music fluently, similar to reading a book or an article, where the notation is comprehended effortlessly. 5) The capability to communicate with other musicians using the written language of music, enabling effective collaboration and sharing of musical ideas. 6) The aptitude to learn and perform songs that you have never heard before solely by reading the written music.
This series of lessons serves as a continuation from the
Reading Music on Ukulele – Primer course, which focused on reading music in the open position. The lessons in this series are designed for advanced learners, aiming to enhance your reading skills to a professional level. Through these lessons, you will develop a high level of proficiency and confidence in reading music notation.
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9 Lessons in the “Reading for Ukulele - The Next Steps” Series
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