Effective for middle school or beginning high school chorus
♫ The first thing a musician has to do to read music is to "look at it." It's really very simple. Figuring out how notes move takes the fear out of sight reading or sight singing. Line or Space? Up, Down, Stay the Same (Repeated tone)? Step, Skip or Repeat? Realizing the relationship from one note to the next is a simple analytical process. I believe "How Notes Move" explains the baby steps of reading music.
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