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November 20, 2013 | Food for rhythms.

When you learn standard notation, you start out cutting notes into divisions and subdivisions. Once you get the concept of quarter note, half note, sixteenth, etc., you start to splice them together in combinations. Eventually, you start absorbing them in chunks of recognizable patterns, and our friends at Classical Chops have a delicious way of digesting them.

Dig in:

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Make sense, doesn't it?

Posted by Ted at November 20, 2013 5:28 AM

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