Part 2: More on Rhythm Ability

Although we learn to count rhythms and beats when we learn to read music, being rhythmically adept isn’t, of course, dependent on reading music  –  people the world over, in all cultures, can follow or create a beat, and most don’t study music formally. For those who have trouble, it’s important to know that rhythm-impairmentContinue reading “Part 2: More on Rhythm Ability”

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