Monday, December 21, 2009

Teaching Pulse Naturally

Daniel Schmit, Master of Music student in Piano Pedagogy at the Michigan State University College of Music, presents ways to reinforce the concept of pulse in a student's playing.


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Anonymous said...

go to sightreadingpianomusic.blogspot.com for suggestions on how to read chords

sian murray said...

Nice intro to your vid..... Bill Evan's intro to Love Theme from Spartacus right??

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Joy M. said...

Cool ideas in these videos! Good job, and thanks for posting these.

An alternative to tapping on the student's shoulder is to tap them on the back between the shoulder blades. This allows the student to (hopefully) feel the beat more internally, like a heartbeat (as I commonly refer to the beat with my young students), rather than on the shoulder, which somehow feels more external to me.

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