Thursday, September 13, 2012


Here's a fairly simple exercise to increase your dynamic range, and have you read dynamics more consistently, even when sight reading.

In this exercise, just play any beat you're comfortable enough with to be able to play without thinking about it. Then, read the dynamics and bar structure of each of the examples. In a nutshell, we're only reading the information on the outside of the measure. This will help you get used to reading dynamics the first time you play a piece. When you play dynamically, it sounds like music, rather than just reading notes!

Thanks and Ta!

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