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Item #: H65928
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KJOS Winning Rhythms All Instruments

Winning Rhythms perfects rhythmic skills for all students, all instruments. Use it in your class. Use it in private lessons. You can even use Winning Rhythms without an instrument, clapping the rhythms. Later, add the bow or fingers. As your students become more rhythmically confident, they can play the rhythm patterns with scales. In no time at all, while their rhythm improves, they'll learn scales and fingering techniques too!

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Winning Rhythms is great!

By Amanda from Annapolis, MD on 3/10/2011 12:45:10 PM

When I was a young student, my piano teacher introduced me to this book to help with learning rhythm and timing. Over the past 5 years, I have now used it for my own students. It can be taught using instruments or just clapping. The way I use it is to have the students clap, but use different hand gestures with the clapping to indicate the different notes, rests, etc. The students don't always enjoy the excercises (I know I didn't), but in the long run, it is a very useful tool in teaching the instinctive use of rhythm!

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