Fours

60bpm

72bpm

84bpm

96bpm

108bpm

120bpm

132bpm

144bpm

156bpm


4.TuMore 3-Time


Just more three-time practice, including some three-time notation.

To Read . . .

This is the traditional version of a tune that was once a big hit - if it sounds familiar, work out how it differs from the version you know. Notice that it starts on '3'.

  • Aim for 132bpm.
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Here's how the tune should have sounded (on C, Bb, Eb instruments).

notation

An eight-bar melody to notate, - you'll need a one-flat key signature and some accidentals.

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If you didn't get that right, work out why before you move on.