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23 x 29,7 cm, 6 pages

Art.Nr. D 1090
ISBN 978-3-86849-203-3
ISMN 979-0-50017-192-8
Edition Film-laminated folding card

Guido Klaus

Spaß am Rhythmus 1

Quick Overview

from the series “Musik im Überblick”

•    Initial introduction to rhythm
•    Simple species of time and note values
•    Two-part rhythm exercises for pianists or for group lessons
•    Easy-to-understand explanations of special rhythmic effects

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The new series “Music at a Glance” brings together the key topics of music on 6 pages in a clear and concise form. The film-laminated, made-to-last folding card (suitable for putting in a file) swiftly and succinctly tells you what you want to know without all the trouble of looking in a reference book. The topics are both musicological (study of instruments/history of music) and practical and teaching-related (general music theory/fun with rhythm). Suitable for all pupils, students and music lovers!

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Table of contents

3/4- und 4/4-Takt


Der Haltebogen

Halbe Pause und ganze Pause

Die punktierte halbe Note

Achtelnote und Achtelpause

Rhythmus-Bausteine – Achtelnoten

Der Auftakt


Die punktierte Viertelnote

Der 6/8-Takt

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Guido Kaus, born in 1966, studied piano at the Richard Strauss Conservatory in Munich as well as conducting at the Munich University of Music and Performing Arts. Following his studies, he was employed for ten years as a choral repetiteur and music director at various opera houses. He worked as a lecturer at the music universities in Augsburg and Munich and later at the music theatre academy and at music schools in Grafing and Munich. Alongside this, he taught theory and aural training courses for the Bavarian Regional Musicians Society. He frequently works as a conductor with a number of orchestras, and as an accompanist and arranger, among other places, for the Gärtnerplatztheater and the Munich Symphony Orchestra.

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