Piano Sight-Reading Development with 25 Exercises

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Course Description

In this course, we will break down 25 progressive sight-reading pieces in three unique ways:

1) intervallic analysis

2) rhythmic analysis

3) practice videos


By isolating and strengthening each skill (intervals, rhythms, patterns) with dedicated videos for each example, we will train our eyes to rapidly recognize shapes and patterns, increasing speed, accuracy and efficiency in reading.


With 5-10 minutes of daily reading, students who are consistent with practice can expect to finish the entire course within a month, and will have gained a solid foundation not only in sight-reading, but will become more independent in practice with a specific methodology to tackle more challenging scores.

Who this course is for:

  • Any keyboardist/pianist who wishes to improve their sight-reading ability, or seeks structure and guidance with a systematic approach, guaranteed to increase reading skills.
  • Beginning through intermediate-level players, or even advanced players who struggle with sight-reading

Expected Outcomes

  1. Read beginning and intermediate level piano repertoire with confidence! Learn repertoire faster by building fundamental skills. Improve reading speed, note and interval recognition, and gain the ability to analyze harmonies and recognize patterns quickly. Improvement of rhythm and hand coordination. Requirements Access to a piano or keyboard is required. Commitment to short but consistent practice (reading a minimum of five to ten minutes, five days per week to successfully meet course goals) No previous piano experience required (fundamentals will be covered), although basic ability in reading notes (bass and treble clef) and intervals will facilitate progress. Patience. As with any instrument or skill building, the more you put in, the more you get out! Description In this course, we will break down 25 progressive sight-reading pieces in three unique ways: 1) intervallic analysis 2) rhythmic analysis 3) practice videos By isolating and strengthening each skill (intervals, rhythms, patterns) with dedicated videos for each example, we will train our eyes to rapidly recognize shapes and patterns, increasing speed, accuracy and efficiency in reading. With 5-10 minutes of daily reading, students who are consistent with practice can expect to finish the entire course within a month, and will have gained a solid foundation not only in sight-reading, but will become more independent in practice with a specific methodology to tackle more challenging scores. Who this course is for: Any keyboardist/pianist who wishes to improve their sight-reading ability, or seeks structure and guidance with a systematic approach, guaranteed to increase reading skills. Beginning through intermediate-level players, or even advanced players who struggle with sight-reading Show more Show less Course content 6 sections • 80 lectures • 2h 43m total length Expand all sections Introduction ~ Fundamental Skill Development 5 lectures • 29min Brief Introduction to Course Preview 01:47 Brief Introduction to Arnoldo Sartorio and his Op. 45 Sight-Reading Books 02:35 Beginner's Tutorial for Note Reading (Treble and Bass Clef Notes) Preview 13:35 Beginner's Tutorial for Interval Recognition Preview 07:59 Beginner's Tutorial for Rhythm Preview 03:32 Sight-Reading Examples #1, 2, 3, 4, 5 15 lectures • 29min Sight-Reading Example #1: interval analysis 05:35 Sight-Reading Example #1: rhythm analysis 02:42 Sight-Reading Example #1: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #2: interval analysis, rhythm analysis, practice video 03:25 Sight-Reading Example #2: rhythm analysis 00:50 Sight-Reading Example #2: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #3: interval analysis 03:00 Sight-Reading Example #3: rhythm analysis 00:47 Sight-Reading Example #3: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #4: interval analysis 03:36 Sight-Reading Example #4: rhythm analysis 00:45 Sight-Reading Example #4: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #5: interval analysis 02:59 Sight-Reading Example #5: rhythm analysis 01:03 Sight-Reading Example #5: practice video 00:53 Sight-Reading Examples #6, 7, 8, 9, 10 15 lectures • 23min Sight-Reading Example #6: interval analysis 03:33 Sight-Reading Example #6: rhythm analysis 00:50 Sight-Reading Example #6: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #7: interval analysis 02:22 Sight-Reading Example #7: rhythm analysis 00:57 Sight-Reading Example #7: practice video 00:53 Sight-Reading Example #8: interval analysis 01:31 Sight-Reading Example #8: rhythm analysis 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #8: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #9: interval analysis 02:27 Sight-Reading Example #9: rhythm analysis 01:24 Sight-Reading Example #9: practice video 00:49 Sight-Reading Example #10: interval analysis 03:44 Sight-Reading Example #10: rhythm analysis 00:53 Sight-Reading Example #10: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Examples #11, 12, 13, 14, 15 15 lectures • 26min Sight-Reading Example #11: interval analysis 04:24 Sight-Reading Example #11: rhythm analysis 00:41 Sight-Reading Example #11: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #12: interval analysis 02:22 Sight-Reading Example #12: rhythm analysis 00:38 Sight-Reading Example #12: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #13: interval analysis 02:44 Sight-Reading Example #13: rhythm analysis 01:09 Sight-Reading Example #13: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #14: interval analysis 03:08 Sight-Reading Example #14: rhythm analysis 00:45 Sight-Reading Example #14: practice video 00:28 Sight-Reading Example #15: interval analysis 04:09 Sight-Reading Example #15: rhythm analysis 02:06 Sight-Reading Example #15: practice video 00:28 Sight-Reading Examples #16, 17, 18, 19, 20 15 lectures • 25min Sight-Reading Example #16: interval analysis 04:10 Sight-Reading Example #16: rhythm analysis 00:44 Sight-Reading Example #16: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #17: interval analysis 02:58 Sight-Reading Example #17: rhythm analysis 00:51 Sight-Reading Example #17: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #18: interval analysis 03:40 Sight-Reading Example #18: rhythm analysis 01:07 Sight-Reading Example #18: practice video 01:16 Sight-Reading Example #19: interval analysis 01:45 Sight-Reading Example #19: rhythm analysis 00:31 Sight-Reading Example #19: practice video 00:40 Sight-Reading Example #20: interval analysis 03:24 Sight-Reading Example #20: rhythm analysis 01:37 Sight-Reading Example #20: practice video 00:28 Sight-Reading Examples #21, 22, 23, 24, 25 15 lectures • 31min Sight-Reading Example #21: interval analysis Preview 05:19 Sight-Reading Example #21: rhythm analysis Preview 01:36 Sight-Reading Example #21: practice video Preview 00:40 Sight-Reading Example #22: interval analysis 04:23 Sight-Reading Example #22: rhythm analysis 01:44 Sight-Reading Example #22: practice video 01:18 Sight-Reading Example #23: interval analysis 02:26 Sight-Reading Example #23: rhythm analysis 01:00 Sight-Reading Example #23: practice video 01:18 Sight-Reading Example #24: interval analysis 02:23 Sight-Reading Example #24: rhythm analysis 01:14 Sight-Reading Example #24: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #25: interval analysis 04:23 Sight-Reading Example #25: rhythm analysis 01:39 Sight-Reading Example #25: practice video 00:52 Instructor Samuel S Gingher Adjunct Music Professor at Millikin University 4.6 Instructor Rating 64 Reviews 491 Students 1 Course Dr. Samuel Gingher, from Greensboro, NC, holds a DMA in Piano Performance and Literature (2015), MM in Piano Pedagogy (2011) and MM in Piano Performance (2009) from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and BM in Piano Performance from UNC-Chapel Hill (2006). Sam has been prize-winner in many piano competitions, including the Krannert Debut Artist Award, first prize in the Brevard Festival Solo Piano Competition, concerto competition winner at UNC-Chapel Hill and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, among other awards. Sam has performed in piano and chamber music festivals in the US, Austria and Switzerland, and has played in a variety of jazz and chamber music groups over the years in North Carolina and Illinois. Sam's research interests include classical piano improvisation pedagogy (with particular interest in Carl Czerny's contributions to the art of extemporization), and the discovery and performance of rare masterworks. Sam is currently on faculty at Millikin University, where he teaches the class piano curriculum, offers private instruction through the preparatory department, and ad hoc accompanying duties. Sam's recent CD of all world-premiere piano trios by Carl Czerny can be heard on the Naxos label. 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  2. Learn repertoire faster by building fundamental skills. Improve reading speed, note and interval recognition, and gain the ability to analyze harmonies and recognize patterns quickly. Improvement of rhythm and hand coordination. Requirements Access to a piano or keyboard is required. Commitment to short but consistent practice (reading a minimum of five to ten minutes, five days per week to successfully meet course goals) No previous piano experience required (fundamentals will be covered), although basic ability in reading notes (bass and treble clef) and intervals will facilitate progress. Patience. As with any instrument or skill building, the more you put in, the more you get out! Description In this course, we will break down 25 progressive sight-reading pieces in three unique ways: 1) intervallic analysis 2) rhythmic analysis 3) practice videos By isolating and strengthening each skill (intervals, rhythms, patterns) with dedicated videos for each example, we will train our eyes to rapidly recognize shapes and patterns, increasing speed, accuracy and efficiency in reading. With 5-10 minutes of daily reading, students who are consistent with practice can expect to finish the entire course within a month, and will have gained a solid foundation not only in sight-reading, but will become more independent in practice with a specific methodology to tackle more challenging scores. Who this course is for: Any keyboardist/pianist who wishes to improve their sight-reading ability, or seeks structure and guidance with a systematic approach, guaranteed to increase reading skills. Beginning through intermediate-level players, or even advanced players who struggle with sight-reading Show more Show less Course content 6 sections • 80 lectures • 2h 43m total length Expand all sections Introduction ~ Fundamental Skill Development 5 lectures • 29min Brief Introduction to Course Preview 01:47 Brief Introduction to Arnoldo Sartorio and his Op. 45 Sight-Reading Books 02:35 Beginner's Tutorial for Note Reading (Treble and Bass Clef Notes) Preview 13:35 Beginner's Tutorial for Interval Recognition Preview 07:59 Beginner's Tutorial for Rhythm Preview 03:32 Sight-Reading Examples #1, 2, 3, 4, 5 15 lectures • 29min Sight-Reading Example #1: interval analysis 05:35 Sight-Reading Example #1: rhythm analysis 02:42 Sight-Reading Example #1: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #2: interval analysis, rhythm analysis, practice video 03:25 Sight-Reading Example #2: rhythm analysis 00:50 Sight-Reading Example #2: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #3: interval analysis 03:00 Sight-Reading Example #3: rhythm analysis 00:47 Sight-Reading Example #3: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #4: interval analysis 03:36 Sight-Reading Example #4: rhythm analysis 00:45 Sight-Reading Example #4: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #5: interval analysis 02:59 Sight-Reading Example #5: rhythm analysis 01:03 Sight-Reading Example #5: practice video 00:53 Sight-Reading Examples #6, 7, 8, 9, 10 15 lectures • 23min Sight-Reading Example #6: interval analysis 03:33 Sight-Reading Example #6: rhythm analysis 00:50 Sight-Reading Example #6: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #7: interval analysis 02:22 Sight-Reading Example #7: rhythm analysis 00:57 Sight-Reading Example #7: practice video 00:53 Sight-Reading Example #8: interval analysis 01:31 Sight-Reading Example #8: rhythm analysis 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #8: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #9: interval analysis 02:27 Sight-Reading Example #9: rhythm analysis 01:24 Sight-Reading Example #9: practice video 00:49 Sight-Reading Example #10: interval analysis 03:44 Sight-Reading Example #10: rhythm analysis 00:53 Sight-Reading Example #10: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Examples #11, 12, 13, 14, 15 15 lectures • 26min Sight-Reading Example #11: interval analysis 04:24 Sight-Reading Example #11: rhythm analysis 00:41 Sight-Reading Example #11: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #12: interval analysis 02:22 Sight-Reading Example #12: rhythm analysis 00:38 Sight-Reading Example #12: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #13: interval analysis 02:44 Sight-Reading Example #13: rhythm analysis 01:09 Sight-Reading Example #13: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #14: interval analysis 03:08 Sight-Reading Example #14: rhythm analysis 00:45 Sight-Reading Example #14: practice video 00:28 Sight-Reading Example #15: interval analysis 04:09 Sight-Reading Example #15: rhythm analysis 02:06 Sight-Reading Example #15: practice video 00:28 Sight-Reading Examples #16, 17, 18, 19, 20 15 lectures • 25min Sight-Reading Example #16: interval analysis 04:10 Sight-Reading Example #16: rhythm analysis 00:44 Sight-Reading Example #16: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #17: interval analysis 02:58 Sight-Reading Example #17: rhythm analysis 00:51 Sight-Reading Example #17: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #18: interval analysis 03:40 Sight-Reading Example #18: rhythm analysis 01:07 Sight-Reading Example #18: practice video 01:16 Sight-Reading Example #19: interval analysis 01:45 Sight-Reading Example #19: rhythm analysis 00:31 Sight-Reading Example #19: practice video 00:40 Sight-Reading Example #20: interval analysis 03:24 Sight-Reading Example #20: rhythm analysis 01:37 Sight-Reading Example #20: practice video 00:28 Sight-Reading Examples #21, 22, 23, 24, 25 15 lectures • 31min Sight-Reading Example #21: interval analysis Preview 05:19 Sight-Reading Example #21: rhythm analysis Preview 01:36 Sight-Reading Example #21: practice video Preview 00:40 Sight-Reading Example #22: interval analysis 04:23 Sight-Reading Example #22: rhythm analysis 01:44 Sight-Reading Example #22: practice video 01:18 Sight-Reading Example #23: interval analysis 02:26 Sight-Reading Example #23: rhythm analysis 01:00 Sight-Reading Example #23: practice video 01:18 Sight-Reading Example #24: interval analysis 02:23 Sight-Reading Example #24: rhythm analysis 01:14 Sight-Reading Example #24: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #25: interval analysis 04:23 Sight-Reading Example #25: rhythm analysis 01:39 Sight-Reading Example #25: practice video 00:52 Instructor Samuel S Gingher Adjunct Music Professor at Millikin University 4.6 Instructor Rating 64 Reviews 491 Students 1 Course Dr. Samuel Gingher, from Greensboro, NC, holds a DMA in Piano Performance and Literature (2015), MM in Piano Pedagogy (2011) and MM in Piano Performance (2009) from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and BM in Piano Performance from UNC-Chapel Hill (2006). Sam has been prize-winner in many piano competitions, including the Krannert Debut Artist Award, first prize in the Brevard Festival Solo Piano Competition, concerto competition winner at UNC-Chapel Hill and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, among other awards. Sam has performed in piano and chamber music festivals in the US, Austria and Switzerland, and has played in a variety of jazz and chamber music groups over the years in North Carolina and Illinois. Sam's research interests include classical piano improvisation pedagogy (with particular interest in Carl Czerny's contributions to the art of extemporization), and the discovery and performance of rare masterworks. Sam is currently on faculty at Millikin University, where he teaches the class piano curriculum, offers private instruction through the preparatory department, and ad hoc accompanying duties. Sam's recent CD of all world-premiere piano trios by Carl Czerny can be heard on the Naxos label. 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  3. Improve reading speed, note and interval recognition, and gain the ability to analyze harmonies and recognize patterns quickly. Improvement of rhythm and hand coordination. Requirements Access to a piano or keyboard is required. Commitment to short but consistent practice (reading a minimum of five to ten minutes, five days per week to successfully meet course goals) No previous piano experience required (fundamentals will be covered), although basic ability in reading notes (bass and treble clef) and intervals will facilitate progress. Patience. As with any instrument or skill building, the more you put in, the more you get out! Description In this course, we will break down 25 progressive sight-reading pieces in three unique ways: 1) intervallic analysis 2) rhythmic analysis 3) practice videos By isolating and strengthening each skill (intervals, rhythms, patterns) with dedicated videos for each example, we will train our eyes to rapidly recognize shapes and patterns, increasing speed, accuracy and efficiency in reading. With 5-10 minutes of daily reading, students who are consistent with practice can expect to finish the entire course within a month, and will have gained a solid foundation not only in sight-reading, but will become more independent in practice with a specific methodology to tackle more challenging scores. Who this course is for: Any keyboardist/pianist who wishes to improve their sight-reading ability, or seeks structure and guidance with a systematic approach, guaranteed to increase reading skills. Beginning through intermediate-level players, or even advanced players who struggle with sight-reading Show more Show less Course content 6 sections • 80 lectures • 2h 43m total length Expand all sections Introduction ~ Fundamental Skill Development 5 lectures • 29min Brief Introduction to Course Preview 01:47 Brief Introduction to Arnoldo Sartorio and his Op. 45 Sight-Reading Books 02:35 Beginner's Tutorial for Note Reading (Treble and Bass Clef Notes) Preview 13:35 Beginner's Tutorial for Interval Recognition Preview 07:59 Beginner's Tutorial for Rhythm Preview 03:32 Sight-Reading Examples #1, 2, 3, 4, 5 15 lectures • 29min Sight-Reading Example #1: interval analysis 05:35 Sight-Reading Example #1: rhythm analysis 02:42 Sight-Reading Example #1: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #2: interval analysis, rhythm analysis, practice video 03:25 Sight-Reading Example #2: rhythm analysis 00:50 Sight-Reading Example #2: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #3: interval analysis 03:00 Sight-Reading Example #3: rhythm analysis 00:47 Sight-Reading Example #3: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #4: interval analysis 03:36 Sight-Reading Example #4: rhythm analysis 00:45 Sight-Reading Example #4: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #5: interval analysis 02:59 Sight-Reading Example #5: rhythm analysis 01:03 Sight-Reading Example #5: practice video 00:53 Sight-Reading Examples #6, 7, 8, 9, 10 15 lectures • 23min Sight-Reading Example #6: interval analysis 03:33 Sight-Reading Example #6: rhythm analysis 00:50 Sight-Reading Example #6: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #7: interval analysis 02:22 Sight-Reading Example #7: rhythm analysis 00:57 Sight-Reading Example #7: practice video 00:53 Sight-Reading Example #8: interval analysis 01:31 Sight-Reading Example #8: rhythm analysis 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #8: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #9: interval analysis 02:27 Sight-Reading Example #9: rhythm analysis 01:24 Sight-Reading Example #9: practice video 00:49 Sight-Reading Example #10: interval analysis 03:44 Sight-Reading Example #10: rhythm analysis 00:53 Sight-Reading Example #10: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Examples #11, 12, 13, 14, 15 15 lectures • 26min Sight-Reading Example #11: interval analysis 04:24 Sight-Reading Example #11: rhythm analysis 00:41 Sight-Reading Example #11: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #12: interval analysis 02:22 Sight-Reading Example #12: rhythm analysis 00:38 Sight-Reading Example #12: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #13: interval analysis 02:44 Sight-Reading Example #13: rhythm analysis 01:09 Sight-Reading Example #13: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #14: interval analysis 03:08 Sight-Reading Example #14: rhythm analysis 00:45 Sight-Reading Example #14: practice video 00:28 Sight-Reading Example #15: interval analysis 04:09 Sight-Reading Example #15: rhythm analysis 02:06 Sight-Reading Example #15: practice video 00:28 Sight-Reading Examples #16, 17, 18, 19, 20 15 lectures • 25min Sight-Reading Example #16: interval analysis 04:10 Sight-Reading Example #16: rhythm analysis 00:44 Sight-Reading Example #16: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #17: interval analysis 02:58 Sight-Reading Example #17: rhythm analysis 00:51 Sight-Reading Example #17: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #18: interval analysis 03:40 Sight-Reading Example #18: rhythm analysis 01:07 Sight-Reading Example #18: practice video 01:16 Sight-Reading Example #19: interval analysis 01:45 Sight-Reading Example #19: rhythm analysis 00:31 Sight-Reading Example #19: practice video 00:40 Sight-Reading Example #20: interval analysis 03:24 Sight-Reading Example #20: rhythm analysis 01:37 Sight-Reading Example #20: practice video 00:28 Sight-Reading Examples #21, 22, 23, 24, 25 15 lectures • 31min Sight-Reading Example #21: interval analysis Preview 05:19 Sight-Reading Example #21: rhythm analysis Preview 01:36 Sight-Reading Example #21: practice video Preview 00:40 Sight-Reading Example #22: interval analysis 04:23 Sight-Reading Example #22: rhythm analysis 01:44 Sight-Reading Example #22: practice video 01:18 Sight-Reading Example #23: interval analysis 02:26 Sight-Reading Example #23: rhythm analysis 01:00 Sight-Reading Example #23: practice video 01:18 Sight-Reading Example #24: interval analysis 02:23 Sight-Reading Example #24: rhythm analysis 01:14 Sight-Reading Example #24: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #25: interval analysis 04:23 Sight-Reading Example #25: rhythm analysis 01:39 Sight-Reading Example #25: practice video 00:52 Instructor Samuel S Gingher Adjunct Music Professor at Millikin University 4.6 Instructor Rating 64 Reviews 491 Students 1 Course Dr. Samuel Gingher, from Greensboro, NC, holds a DMA in Piano Performance and Literature (2015), MM in Piano Pedagogy (2011) and MM in Piano Performance (2009) from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and BM in Piano Performance from UNC-Chapel Hill (2006). Sam has been prize-winner in many piano competitions, including the Krannert Debut Artist Award, first prize in the Brevard Festival Solo Piano Competition, concerto competition winner at UNC-Chapel Hill and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, among other awards. Sam has performed in piano and chamber music festivals in the US, Austria and Switzerland, and has played in a variety of jazz and chamber music groups over the years in North Carolina and Illinois. Sam's research interests include classical piano improvisation pedagogy (with particular interest in Carl Czerny's contributions to the art of extemporization), and the discovery and performance of rare masterworks. Sam is currently on faculty at Millikin University, where he teaches the class piano curriculum, offers private instruction through the preparatory department, and ad hoc accompanying duties. Sam's recent CD of all world-premiere piano trios by Carl Czerny can be heard on the Naxos label. 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  4. Improvement of rhythm and hand coordination. Requirements Access to a piano or keyboard is required. Commitment to short but consistent practice (reading a minimum of five to ten minutes, five days per week to successfully meet course goals) No previous piano experience required (fundamentals will be covered), although basic ability in reading notes (bass and treble clef) and intervals will facilitate progress. Patience. As with any instrument or skill building, the more you put in, the more you get out! Description In this course, we will break down 25 progressive sight-reading pieces in three unique ways: 1) intervallic analysis 2) rhythmic analysis 3) practice videos By isolating and strengthening each skill (intervals, rhythms, patterns) with dedicated videos for each example, we will train our eyes to rapidly recognize shapes and patterns, increasing speed, accuracy and efficiency in reading. With 5-10 minutes of daily reading, students who are consistent with practice can expect to finish the entire course within a month, and will have gained a solid foundation not only in sight-reading, but will become more independent in practice with a specific methodology to tackle more challenging scores. Who this course is for: Any keyboardist/pianist who wishes to improve their sight-reading ability, or seeks structure and guidance with a systematic approach, guaranteed to increase reading skills. Beginning through intermediate-level players, or even advanced players who struggle with sight-reading Show more Show less Course content 6 sections • 80 lectures • 2h 43m total length Expand all sections Introduction ~ Fundamental Skill Development 5 lectures • 29min Brief Introduction to Course Preview 01:47 Brief Introduction to Arnoldo Sartorio and his Op. 45 Sight-Reading Books 02:35 Beginner's Tutorial for Note Reading (Treble and Bass Clef Notes) Preview 13:35 Beginner's Tutorial for Interval Recognition Preview 07:59 Beginner's Tutorial for Rhythm Preview 03:32 Sight-Reading Examples #1, 2, 3, 4, 5 15 lectures • 29min Sight-Reading Example #1: interval analysis 05:35 Sight-Reading Example #1: rhythm analysis 02:42 Sight-Reading Example #1: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #2: interval analysis, rhythm analysis, practice video 03:25 Sight-Reading Example #2: rhythm analysis 00:50 Sight-Reading Example #2: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #3: interval analysis 03:00 Sight-Reading Example #3: rhythm analysis 00:47 Sight-Reading Example #3: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #4: interval analysis 03:36 Sight-Reading Example #4: rhythm analysis 00:45 Sight-Reading Example #4: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #5: interval analysis 02:59 Sight-Reading Example #5: rhythm analysis 01:03 Sight-Reading Example #5: practice video 00:53 Sight-Reading Examples #6, 7, 8, 9, 10 15 lectures • 23min Sight-Reading Example #6: interval analysis 03:33 Sight-Reading Example #6: rhythm analysis 00:50 Sight-Reading Example #6: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #7: interval analysis 02:22 Sight-Reading Example #7: rhythm analysis 00:57 Sight-Reading Example #7: practice video 00:53 Sight-Reading Example #8: interval analysis 01:31 Sight-Reading Example #8: rhythm analysis 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #8: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #9: interval analysis 02:27 Sight-Reading Example #9: rhythm analysis 01:24 Sight-Reading Example #9: practice video 00:49 Sight-Reading Example #10: interval analysis 03:44 Sight-Reading Example #10: rhythm analysis 00:53 Sight-Reading Example #10: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Examples #11, 12, 13, 14, 15 15 lectures • 26min Sight-Reading Example #11: interval analysis 04:24 Sight-Reading Example #11: rhythm analysis 00:41 Sight-Reading Example #11: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #12: interval analysis 02:22 Sight-Reading Example #12: rhythm analysis 00:38 Sight-Reading Example #12: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #13: interval analysis 02:44 Sight-Reading Example #13: rhythm analysis 01:09 Sight-Reading Example #13: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #14: interval analysis 03:08 Sight-Reading Example #14: rhythm analysis 00:45 Sight-Reading Example #14: practice video 00:28 Sight-Reading Example #15: interval analysis 04:09 Sight-Reading Example #15: rhythm analysis 02:06 Sight-Reading Example #15: practice video 00:28 Sight-Reading Examples #16, 17, 18, 19, 20 15 lectures • 25min Sight-Reading Example #16: interval analysis 04:10 Sight-Reading Example #16: rhythm analysis 00:44 Sight-Reading Example #16: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #17: interval analysis 02:58 Sight-Reading Example #17: rhythm analysis 00:51 Sight-Reading Example #17: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #18: interval analysis 03:40 Sight-Reading Example #18: rhythm analysis 01:07 Sight-Reading Example #18: practice video 01:16 Sight-Reading Example #19: interval analysis 01:45 Sight-Reading Example #19: rhythm analysis 00:31 Sight-Reading Example #19: practice video 00:40 Sight-Reading Example #20: interval analysis 03:24 Sight-Reading Example #20: rhythm analysis 01:37 Sight-Reading Example #20: practice video 00:28 Sight-Reading Examples #21, 22, 23, 24, 25 15 lectures • 31min Sight-Reading Example #21: interval analysis Preview 05:19 Sight-Reading Example #21: rhythm analysis Preview 01:36 Sight-Reading Example #21: practice video Preview 00:40 Sight-Reading Example #22: interval analysis 04:23 Sight-Reading Example #22: rhythm analysis 01:44 Sight-Reading Example #22: practice video 01:18 Sight-Reading Example #23: interval analysis 02:26 Sight-Reading Example #23: rhythm analysis 01:00 Sight-Reading Example #23: practice video 01:18 Sight-Reading Example #24: interval analysis 02:23 Sight-Reading Example #24: rhythm analysis 01:14 Sight-Reading Example #24: practice video 00:52 Sight-Reading Example #25: interval analysis 04:23 Sight-Reading Example #25: rhythm analysis 01:39 Sight-Reading Example #25: practice video 00:52 Instructor Samuel S Gingher Adjunct Music Professor at Millikin University 4.6 Instructor Rating 64 Reviews 491 Students 1 Course Dr. Samuel Gingher, from Greensboro, NC, holds a DMA in Piano Performance and Literature (2015), MM in Piano Pedagogy (2011) and MM in Piano Performance (2009) from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and BM in Piano Performance from UNC-Chapel Hill (2006). Sam has been prize-winner in many piano competitions, including the Krannert Debut Artist Award, first prize in the Brevard Festival Solo Piano Competition, concerto competition winner at UNC-Chapel Hill and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, among other awards. Sam has performed in piano and chamber music festivals in the US, Austria and Switzerland, and has played in a variety of jazz and chamber music groups over the years in North Carolina and Illinois. Sam's research interests include classical piano improvisation pedagogy (with particular interest in Carl Czerny's contributions to the art of extemporization), and the discovery and performance of rare masterworks. Sam is currently on faculty at Millikin University, where he teaches the class piano curriculum, offers private instruction through the preparatory department, and ad hoc accompanying duties. Sam's recent CD of all world-premiere piano trios by Carl Czerny can be heard on the Naxos label. 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