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This is Peery Habit's level three,
practical lesson number 16, ear exercises.
These are found on your L, lesson and
musicianship book, one B, on page 77.
So, open your book to page 77.
And your going to see the first exercise
we're going to do.
Your going to actually write the rhythm
that I am clapping.
So your not going to clap it back, your
going to write down what I clap.
[SOUND] I'm actually going to play just a
single note,
because I think you'll hear that even
So I'll give
you a one measure of counting before I
Here's exercise number one on riding the
One, two. One, two. One, two.
Here it is again.
One, two.
One, two.
One, two.
'Kay, think back be writing that.
I'll write it out, too.
Take your time.
You don't have to do big notes to fill in.
When you're ready you can look at this
So the first measure I held the note two
counts which would be a half note so,
one, two and they I played a note on each
So, one, two.
Which would be quarter, quarter.
Let's do the three four example.
Okay, listen.
I'll give a measure of counting before I
One, two, three.
One, two, three, one, two, three.
Again. One, two, three. [MUSIC]
One, two, three, one, two, three.
Okay, be writing your answer.
Okay, you can look down or
look at your computer when you're ready.
So the first note had two beats so that
would be a half note,
followed by one beat, which is a quarter.
So it went, half, quarter, quarter,
quarter, quarter.
So half, quarter, quarter, quarter,
How'd you do?
This is very advanced stuff.
So if you got those right, you can be
very, very proud of yourself and
if you came close, that's excellent as
well, okay, let's do a clap back.
This will be easy.
[SOUND] Three, [SOUND] one,.
[SOUND] two, [SOUND] three, [SOUND] one,
two, three.
can do this again, three, one, two, three,
two, three, you're turn, ready?
Did you get it?
great, okay let's do one play back.
Starting on middle C.
Turn around.
You can either sing it or play it.
We're going to use all five notes.
One, two, three, four, five, four, three,
two, one.
Here it goes, turn around.
Here it is again.
Okay, let's have you play it back or sing
the notes.
Sing the note numbers.
Starting with finger one.
Your turn.
Did you
One, two, three, four, five, one?
Okay, there's also a question and answer.
Make sure you play the question.
Hear the answer in your head.
Write down the answer then check your
answer with the piano.
See how you do.
It's going to start on C, C1 ended on C.
is Peery Habits Level three, Practical
Lesson 16 video answers.
All right, this is your last set of video
Great job for getting through the whole
That's fantastic.
We're gonna start with Lesson in
Musicianship 1B, page 76.
Fourth and fifth dimension.
All right.
So, left hand's gonna start with the
fourth, fingers two and five on C and F.
Right hand's fourth.
On D and G.
Also fingers five and two.
Four beats per measure.
Here we go.
1, 2, 3, 4.
Now let's go to Bravo.
That's because you've finished the book.
Pages 78 and 79, right hand's going to
finger four, C above middle.
Left hand on a fifth of C and G below
middle, fingers one and five.
Four beats per measure.
1, 2, 3, 4.
And now with the duet.
1, 2, 3, 4.
Very grand.
Make sure to fill out the certificate
after you can play Bravo with me.
It's found on the next page.
You wanna write your name, and the date to
show when you completed this entire book.
Huge accomplishment.
You also finished your Solos Level one,
book that you've been working on,
since Peery Habits Level two.
So, this is a big lesson.
So, starting with Solos pages 28 and 29,
The Teeter Totter.
Right hand, start with finger one on G
above middle.
Left hand, C and D, right in the middle,
fingers one and two.
Three beats per measure.
1, 2, 3.
Let's do that with the duet.
1, 2, 3.
And here comes your last piece in Solos
level one.
Cross Walk Parade, page is 30.
Right hand starting on the C, above middle
C finger one.
Left hand C below middle C, finger five.
1, 2, 3, 4.
Now with the duet.
One, two, ready go.
Great job.
All right.
Get ready for your Peery Certification.