How do Songs, Rhythms and Rhyme Support Early Development?

A study published in Frontiers in Psychology found that musical training can enhance young children's reading skills and executive functioning. The study participants were 6-year-olds who had never received any formal music lessons. After eight months of regular music classes, the children showed significant improvements in their reading ability and executive function compared to a control group of children who did not receive musical training.

"Songs, rhythms and rhyme can profoundly affect early development. They can provide a fun and stimulating way to interact with your child and support their cognitive, linguistic and emotional development," says mum, linguist, and writer Olivia Jones of Author Flair.

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Why do these Song Rhythm Tracks sound so totally great?

These Song Rhythm Tracks do sound totally great, don’t they?

This is one of the most frequent things I hear.  The great sound quality often comes as surprise, perhaps because of the widespread familiarity everybody has with 'Midi Drum Machines', which don't satisfy in the same way as Song Rhythm TracksMidi Drum Machines and Song Rhythm Tracks are two very different products; we summarize their differences below.

The Song Rhythm Tracks Way

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Could you give me some examples of Song Forms?

writing on a score
writing on a score

Song Forms for a number of songs are here

Musicianship, Song Rhythm Tracks, SongForm, Website

Song Rhythm Tracks – Users’ Testimonials

We canvassed some opinions from social media.  It is always interesting to see how others view Song Rhythm Tracks.  See what you think.

No.1 for Musician's Usability

      Ethan - Kyoto, Japan. Sax player. Plays pop, rock, blues, jazz, bop, ballads, everything really

The Primacy of Rhythm in practicing popular music

 

When learning a new piece of music, when should a musician work on getting right the rhythm and feel of the piece?

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Introduction

I have long believed it has to be the very first thing to get right and there's little point playing notes at all unless they are in the desired rhythm and feel.   Tempo, however, is a whole other subject - there's a lot to be said for precision and ev

Could you give me some examples of Song Forms?

writing on a score
writing on a score

Song Forms for a number of songs are here

Musicianship, Song Rhythm Tracks, SongForm, Website

Could you give me some examples of Song Forms?

writing on a score
writing on a score

Song Forms for a number of songs are here

Musicianship, Song Rhythm Tracks, SongForm, Website

How to practice, then how to jam?

Learning Melodies in Private Practice

Here are my views on how to go about practicing and jamming.

This is such an important part of the journey of becoming a musician. I wrote this down for the benefit of a musician just setting out on his journey, wanting to know what the key things were that would determine their success.  I know I certainly did not go about it the right way for many years.  I had not had any musical education as a child

9 Myths About Drumming

According to Music Australia, drumming has become a part of our everyday lives. Whether you play at home or go to a club, chances are you’ve heard someone say they love drumming. Drummers are sometimes stereotyped as loud, obnoxious, and annoying. In reality, drumming is a complex art form that requires practice, patience, and discipline. “Drumming… Continue reading 9 Myths About Drumming

How do Songs, Rhythms and Rhyme Support Early Development?

A study published in Frontiers in Psychology found that musical training can enhance young children's reading skills and executive functioning. The study participants were 6-year-olds who had never received any formal music lessons. After eight months of regular music classes, the children showed significant improvements in their reading ability and executive function compared to a control group of children who did not receive musical training.

"Songs, rhythms and rhyme can profoundly affect early development. They can provide a fun and stimulating way to interact with your child and support their cognitive, linguistic and emotional development," says mum, linguist, and writer Olivia Jones of Author Flair.

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