Rhythm reading worksheets

So far I’ve only made one, but I can make more as I make posts about various types of meter. This one is primarily in 4/4 (common), but there is also a line of 3/4 and one of 6/8 for a challenge.

Start by clapping or counting just the rhythm, without worrying about the notes. Use a metronome (you can get an app for your phone if you don’t have one or use this online one: https://www.metronomeonline.com/ Google also has one if you search.) Set the tempo (speed) slow first, and then see if you can go faster and still stay accurate.

For extra challenge, once you get the rhythm down, you can try to read the pitches. Also try C major solfege to practice!

Rhythm reading practice

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