Ann Callender And Margaret Harmsworth - Let's Make Music - A Child's Introduction To Rhythm And Melody With Ann Callender And Margaret Harmsworth mp3 album
- Performer: Ann Callender
- Title: Let's Make Music - A Child's Introduction To Rhythm And Melody With Ann Callender And Margaret Harmsworth
- Genre: Audiobooks / For children
- Formats: MP4 XM WAV AA VQF TTA WAV
- Style: Educational, Spoken Word
- MP3 album: 1797 mb
- FLAC album: 1882 mb
- Rating: 4.9/5
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Learn Rhythm and Melody with Ricky Horton! In it’s most basic form, music is rhythm & melody, and a melody can’t exist without some type of rhythm. Let’s get a little bit more into that now with our blog post. In it’s most basic and essential form, music is rhythm and melody, and a melody can’t exist without some type of rhythm. Make up different patterns until you’ve found one you really like the sound of and commit it to memory. Melody – Writing a motif. Using the rhythm pattern you created while clapping, write a 3 or 4 note melody or rhythmic motif in any key and repeat it with variations to create a 4 bar melody. Now you can start throwing in some new licks and expanding upon your original melody with the guitar. Experiment with sliding up to notes, or bending them, use hammer-ons and pull-offs all while listening carefully.
|A||A Child's Introduction To Rhythm And Melody (Part 1)|
|B||A Child's Introduction To Rhythm And Melody (Part 2)|
- Record Company – Riverside Records
- Lead Vocals – Margaret Harmsworth, Percy Edwards
- Narrator – Ann Callender, Margaret Harmsworth
- Piano – Margaret Harmsworth