A specific syncopated rhythm built from set groupings of notes.

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A specific syncopated rhythm built from set groupings of notes.

Rests refer to empty space in music and are a reading essential. This lesson shows all notation involved in this topic

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This lesson explains how notes can be extended using dots. Learn about the notation and counting involved here.

A high speed note value that lasts 1/8 of a beat. Learn about its notation and counting in this lesson.

A note value that splits the beat into 5 equal parts, similar to the the triplet and sextuplet.

In many lessons counting marks are used to clarify the rhythm of exercises. This lesson discusses the basics of reading and applying counting.

A subdivision that involves playing three equal notes in the space of one beat. This lesson discusses counting, sticking and application of this note value.

This lesson expands on the idea of counting by providing a useful tool for learning rhythm.

A subdivision that involves splitting the note into six equal beats. Learn about its notation and application here.

Another way of extending notes that works in a similar way to dotted notes.

A brief introduction to what note values are and why they are important to learn.

Information on this hollow headed note value that lasts four beats and can fill a bar of 4/4.

Detailed information on this note hollow headed value that lasts for two beats.

A lesson on counting and notating this note value that lasts one quarter of a beat.

Information on this note value that lasts for half a beat. This lessons includes information on notation and counting.

Information on this solid headed note value that lasts for one beat.

This lesson outlines the time signatures you will come across in level 1 and gives a brief overview of them.

Continue learning about applying counting with these four bar snare rhythms. This time the exercises use only whole and half notes.

Continue learning about applying counting with these four bar snare rhythms. This time the exercises use only whole and half notes.

An introductory guide to counting simple two bar snare rhythms that are made up of quarter and eighth notes.

Continue learning new rhythm ideas with this grouping of four sixteenth notes with the fourth note removed.

A continuation of your rhythmic development. Construct 16th note rhythms by removing the third note in each group of four.

A rhythmic grouping built from four semi quavers with the second note removed.

A new note value grouping made of three semi quavers starting on the 'e' count.

An overview of all time signatures used in level 2 lessons.