Reading Groups of Notes

Reading music is much like reading words and sentences. Isolating notes is like spelling a word instead of reading the letters together. Recognizing the relationships of preceding and following groups of notes is like reading a sentence, a complete thought or phrase. Chord relationships, partial harmonies, sequences and patterns all help to increase speed in note reading.

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