Relative pitch is a skill that allows you to play a note after you hear a reference note. This allows you to reproduce melodies and entire accompaniments after you hear them, sometimes with incredible precision. To get to that point you need to develop your relative pitch, and that is what these exercises are about.
Easy piano lessons based on the Fulhamtree method created by composer Marcello Palace. We explore difficulties of the piano music with a different approach that combines classical, popular and film music. Your personal piano teacher.
This section will train your ability to sight sing music, this is to start singing a music part without having studied it before. Usually you will need a reference note to start singing. This skill is very much appreciated when you are member of a choir or want to create harmonies in a band.
Find out if you have perfect pitch or discover what note sounds like in case you have it. In that case you will be able to identify the notes without a reference: that is called absolute pitch or perfect pitch.
Here we present some Sight Reading exercises for guitar at beginner level. We also introduce to the guitar from a very start of the journey.