“Variation on Kodaly’s Rhythm Syllable System”



However, Mr. McGuire found an error of confusion in Kodaly's method. He noted that there was confusion among children in learning rhythms. There is a slight misunderstanding on the concept of the sixteenth note; using Kodaly's method of syllables, a person learning sixteenth notes can be misguided. According to this method of syllables, a sixteenth note can be taken to be stated as 'ti', 'ri', or 'tim'. As stated previously, the syllable 'ti' is used to represent eighth notes, thus the


 
 
 
 
 
 
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Kenneth McGuire, method syllables, eighth notes,



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