Learning how to read music is essential if you want to play a musical instrument or sing. Sure, it may seem intimidating at first, but Music is simply a language (the universal language, they say). And if you learned to read English, you can learn how to read music. In fact, the basics are quick and easy to pick up. You’ll know about melody, rhythm, & harmony…and when you see how these 3 co-operate in a song, it will all make sense to you. So let’s get started.
I really can teach you to read music in a very short period of time. You won’t be great, of course, but you’ll be on your way, so for the rest of your life you can enjoy reading music and get better at it as you go along. There is no reason why you shouldn’t trust me with this! I promise whenever you feel like your not liking this, email me.
It’s not a rip-off. It’s the real thing. I CAN teach you the principles of music reading in about 4 hours. You won’t be a polished sight-reader, obviously — I don’t do magic — but you will know how to read music. And you are the judge. If you don’t feel I’ve kept my word, you get every penny back — pronto. No questions asked, ever.
Learn The 3 Elements of Music Rapidly
- Melody (the tune of a song)
- Rhythm (the pulse or beat of a song)
- Harmony (the chords that support the melody)
The “Big Three” of Music Reading
Within the 2nd hour you’ll know what rhythm is about and how to keep time in 3/4 and 4/4 — (the two basic meters that comprise 90% of all songs). You’ll know and understand that measures are “rhythm rooms” that contain a combination of note values — quarter notes, eights notes, half notes, etc. — and rests (signs of silence).
In the third hour you’ll learn about unisons (one note), intervals (two notes) and chords (3 or more notes) and the 4 main types of chords as we learn harmony. We’ll see how easy it is to memorize the 1 dozen major chords, then transform them into minor chords by moving just one note, augmented chords by moving another note, and diminished chords by moving two notes. Then we’ll learn about inversions (chords upside down) and extended chords (such as 6th chords, 7th chords, etc.)
In the last session together we’ll put all 3 elements — melody, rhythm, and harmony — together to see how they all fit — and they fit beautifully, so we’ll demonstrate how the 3 elements blend together in a song such as “America The Beautiful.”
So you will need to decide whether knowing how to read music — and not wasting months in the process, but only a single evening — is worth 39 bucks or not.
Don’t take my word for it. Just order the course and see for yourself. By the time you are convinced that it’s really possible, you’ll already be reading music!