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Post by mosty on Tue Nov 25, 2008 12:24 am

I'm a begginer and I really want to play piano. Rythm is propably the most difficult thing for me. I don't know how I shoud practise, for example, dotted quarter note.
Can you tell me how you practised it? What is the best way to play all this notes and rests? Shoud I count or do something else?
I know that I have to use metronome. Shoud I use it all the time?


Please for quick response.

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Post by mosty on Tue Nov 25, 2008 12:30 am

Oh, I don't know how I shoud play dotted eight note not dotted quarter note!

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Post by pianoplayer314 on Sat Nov 20, 2010 1:07 am

To play dotted notes the easiest thing for me to do is think of it as three notes of half the value of the note dotted. For example, if it were a dotted quarter note count three eighth notes tied together.

To play notes and rests I believe the best thing to do is to count them, there are other methods but I think it works best.

You should use a metronome to help keep time, but try playing without it from time to time to help improve your own sense of rhythm. There will be a point where you will not need a metronome for most pieces.

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