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  1. Dear mixlikes, thanks for your nice response. I...

    Dear mixlikes, thanks for your nice response. I hope others can find my post so they can easily learn to sight read. Sight Reading Short Shorts is effective, but learning to be a good sight reader...
  2. Learn to sight read with "Sight Reading Short Shorts" series

    Being able to "read" or decode music to learn a complex piece is not the same as sight reading. Sight reading means you can read fluently, accurately, and rhythmically the first time through.There...
  3. Thank you again, JumpingJack -- I will play...

    Thank you again, JumpingJack -- I will play around with these four modes/scales and see what I come up with! Maybe this is the complete information I was looking for!
  4. Hello, Jumping Jack, Well, maybe what I mean is...

    Hello, Jumping Jack, Well, maybe what I mean is that I need to know the structure (scale degrees) of the Lutheran liturgy modes! That might be what I'm looking for! I'll google that and see what I...
  5. Did you find any info about theory there? There...

    Did you find any info about theory there? There doesn't seem to be the information I need at jsb.org. That's a huge website and if if has theory, I can't find it.
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    Reading music patterns on the piano

    Hello, I'm new to the forum, and we're asked to contribute helpful information. Here are some suggestions to reading music on the piano. First: learn to play simple tunes by ear with chords. That...
  7. What scale degrees did Johann Sebastian Bach use?

    Hello, I'm a new member here and hope someone can answer this question. Bach published a small book/let showing the scale degrees of all the scales he used. Does anyone know where I can get this...
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