How do I teach myself to read music?
There are several ways you can teach yourself to read music. There are text books, method books, and even YouTube videos. The Music Fundamentals bundle will walk you step-by-step from your basic understanding of music, through reading notes on the bass and treble clefs, and even help you understand scales.
How do I memorize music notes?
There are a few different ways you can memorize music notes: through pneumonic devices, playing the notes on an instrument, or even counting them along with the musical alphabet. In Music Fundamentals you'll be taught multiple ways of memorizing music notes on bass clef and treble clef.
I reading music difficult?
Reading music is quite simple once you have a strong foundation and understanding of why music is written the way it is. In Music Fundamentals we talk about how music notation simply tells us two things: what sound to make and when to make it. Once you understand the symbols, reading music is a breeze!
How long does it take to learn to read music?
As with all skills, you can learn the basics in a very short time - just a few minutes! But to be really proficient at reading music it will take practice - and the more and longer you practice, the better and more efficient you will get.
Is reading music the same for all instruments?
Most instruments use music notes on the bass and treble clef, but there are other options, too. Viola reads the alto clef, guitar and ukulele can read tablature, and there are different types of symbolic notation that can be used for instrumentalists to read music, too. Music Fundamentals provides you a basic understanding of all these notation types, and a few more!
Are you ready to enhance your music literacy skills, get a refresher on music fundamentals, or improve your musical knowledge? Then this set of courses is for you.
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Cameron Coday is a Band Director at Victory Lakes Intermediate in Houston, Texas. Cameron graduated High Honors with a Bachelor of Music and Minor in Leadership from the University of Colorado Boulder. She earned her Master of Music Education with Summa Cum Laude Honors from Central Washington University at the American Band College. Cameron has presented as a clinician for The Assisted Director and loves fostering conversation on teacher health and wellbeing. She is active in the pageantry arts, serving as brass staff for Arizona Academy Drum and Bugle Corps. She performed on baritone with The Troopers (2013, 2014), Phantom Regiment (2015), and The Cadets (2016). Outside of teaching, Cameron enjoys weightlifting and CrossFit. She coaches adult barbell classes, and loves her cat, Benjamin.