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Rhythm Practice Pattern 2103: 32nd and 64th Notes with an Eighth Note Beat

With a metronome clicking on the beat, eighth note = 40, on Concert A. Make sure to count every quadruple subdivision to play this rhythm accurately.
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32nd and 64th note example - pattern 2103

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Introduction Lesson 21 Introduction - learn about 32nd and 64th notes

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