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Hi! I just had a question about Eighth Rests. I am trying to learn how to play The Portrait from the Titanic, and there are a lot of Eighth Rests directly above another note. What does that mean, and what … Continue reading
This video is from my weekly Revision3 Show The Alto Clef falls in between the Bass and Treble Clef. So if you think of Treble as being High in pitch, and Bass as low in pitch, then think of Alto … Continue reading
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What are Octaves? This video will help!. Essentially, Octaves are the idea of a same note being 12 semitones higher. What’s a semi-tone? A semi-tone is a half step. So a half step from A is A#, and a half-step … Continue reading
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What are Unisons? Unisons are the same EXACT note played at two different positions on an instrument. A piano does NOT have unisons, but a guitar does! Usually, stringed instruments like Banjo, Violin, Guitar, etc have octaves and unisons, where … Continue reading
OK, so I get ALOT of questions about ledger lines. So here’s a video I made answering all those crazy questions. Basically, they extend the staff above and below the fine lines ‘EGBDF’