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Lesson 18

Half Notes

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    olivia

    i love this lesson thank you so much Mr.Hoffman

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      Hoffman Academy

      You’re welcome! I’m glad you liked it!

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    Lori

    Hello Mr. Hoffman, my grand-daughter wants me to tell you that she really likes your lessons and she loves the funny things you put at the end. She wrote her own song and she is trying to memorize it. Thank you for the lessons.

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      Hoffman Academy

      Hello! I’m so glad your granddaughter is enjoying the lessons, and it’s wonderful that she’s composing her own music! Tell her to keep up the good work!

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    Kaylee

    I just wanted to say that I really appreciate what you do for many students including me. My grandparents could not afford for me to take lessons and I thought all hope was lost but when I found you I was so excited. Thank you so much Mr. Hoffman! Also, I took choir in school last year so I got a head start on solfege. 🙂

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      Hoffman Academy

      Thank you! We’re so glad to have you learning with us, and it’s wonderful that you already have some experience with solfege. Keep up the good work!

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    Amy

    Mr. Hoffman I want to compose a song that has three beats in one heart. What should I do?

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      Hoffman Academy

      Since one heart represents one beat, are you looking for a way to have three notes in one beat? One way you can do that is by having one eighth note and two sixteenth notes within one heart. This type of notes are first introduced in Lesson 75: Debka Hora. I hope this helps! Good luck and Happy Playing!