The Steady Beat Song | Song for Teaching Steady Beat to Kids
This song is for teaching steady beat. You can use this song in your classroom or at home to engage your kids. Encourage them to show the beat by patting, cl...
Music Theory - Lesson 1 - Pulse and Beats
In this lesson we'll learn about pulse and beats.
Music Theory - Lesson 2 - Basic Rhythm
www.MusicTheoryIsFun.com In this video we'll learn about Note Values (Crotchets, Minims, Semibreves) and Rhythm.
Music Theory - Lesson 3 - Pitch, Melody, Musical Alphabet and the Staff
www.MusicTheoryIsFun.com In today's lesson, we'll be learning about pitch, melody, musical alphabet and the staff.
Music Theory - Bass Clef (Understanding & Identifying Notes)
This video is suitable for: - Beginners - those who have no experience of the bass clef and wish to be able to identify notes. - Those who wish to refresh th...
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