Sight Singing / Sight Reading 2 – Reading Intervals (Lesson 4)

In this video we take a look at how to work out specific intervals, how to read them, and trying to develop the ability to hear and pitch them.

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This package moves into more advanced areas, starting with a look at the difference between simple and compound time, before moving on to look at modulations are the challenge of reading two parts. This series, presented to you by ABRSM Examiner Gareth Green, will guide you through each area step by step in a clear and informative manor, lesson by lesson.

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Learn how to SIGHT SING. Interactive singing lesson!

Learn how to sight sing with this in-depth, interactive singing lesson. Sight-singing is the extremely powerful ability to be able to look at a piece of music and sing it (or know what it sounds like in your head) without having heard it before.

This is an incredible way to train your ear, your sense of melody and, of course, learn new music super fast! Literally at first sight. Work with the techniques in this video regularly and you’ll master sightsinging in no time.

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OK! This is an excellent introduction to sight singing. Practice with this until you’re solid, and you’ll be ready for the next singing lesson in the series. Any questions, let me know.