///Rhythm Manipulations CHALLENGE!
Rhythm Manipulations CHALLENGE! 2016-12-31T15:19:33+00:00

Unit 1 – Cut Time

RM2 Picture Coil w Logo600Have you noticed how competitive teens and pre-teens are? Have you noticed that when other games and activities don’t interest them, beating someone at something always seems to light a fire under them? Well, I’d like to help you motivate your students this year by challenging you and them to a competition to see who is the most accurate and the fastest with their rhythm practice in Rhythm Manipulations!

Here are the challenges out there so far! Just pick one (or start a new challenge with a different page from the book). The directions on how to submit (and the guidelines) are at the bottom.

You can learn more or buy these reproducible books here (international versions available):

The current leader’s video is on the top of each heading!

Challenge Page 8

Page: 8
Metronome speed = 120

 

Challenge Page 12

Line 1
Metronome speed = 88

 

Challenge Page 12

Line 3
Metronome speed = 100

 

Challenge Page 12

Line 4
Metronome speed = 112

 

How to Challenge:

  1. Any age of student may enter if they are students of a teacher who owns Rhythm Manipulations!
  2. Record a video of your student(s) performing any of the Rhythm Manipulations pages. The Maneuvers pages are the most fun, but we’re up to a challenge on any of them.
  3. Performing the full page is preferable, but not required! Just do one line (or whatever segment is already on this page) if that’s what’s best for your students.
  4. Upload your video to YouTube, tagging it with Rhythm Manipulations. If you don’t know how to do this, don’t worry because your students know and can do it for you!
  5. Be sure to record your metronome speed (would be best if you recorded it with the speed) in the YouTube description when you send the link. Also, include this url in the description so that everyone can know where to find all the challenges: https://composecreate.com/rm2challenge
  6. Send me a link to your video! I’ll watch it and then share it on the blog so that anyone can try to beat your time.

Here’s my YouTube channel so that you can see any videos my students upload.

Ready, set, go!

Unit 2 – Compound Time

rhythm manipulations challengeHere are the challenges for Unit 2 – Compound time so far! Just pick one (or start a new challenge with a different page from the book). The directions on how to submit (and the guidelines) are at the bottom.

You can learn more or buy these reproducible books here (international versions available):

The current leader’s video is on the top of each heading!

Challenge Page 19 – Leader’s video on top!

Metronome speed = quarter note = 144

Metronome speed = 104

 

Challenge Page 20

Lines 1-2
Metronome speed = 100

 

Challenge Page 23 – Leader’s video on top!

Entire page
Metronome speed = Dotted quarter = 108

Lines 1-3
Metronome speed = Dotted quarter = 92

Lines 1-3
Metronome speed = Eighth note = 160

 

Challenge Page 23

Line 4
Metronome speed = Dotted quarter = 92

 

Challenge Page 23

Lines 3
Metronome speed = Dotted quarter = 80

 

Challenge Page 26 – Leader’s video on top!

Line 1
Metronome speed = Dotted quarter = 132

Line 1
Metronome speed = Dotted quarter = 80

 

How to Challenge:

  1. Any age of student may enter if they are students of a teacher who owns Rhythm Manipulations!
  2. Record a video of your student(s) performing any of the Rhythm Manipulations pages. The Maneuvers pages are the most fun, but we’re up to a challenge on any of them.
  3. Performing the full page is preferable, but not required! Just do one line (or whatever segment is already on this page) if that’s what’s best for your students.
  4. Upload your video to YouTube, tagging it with Rhythm Manipulations. If you don’t know how to do this, don’t worry because your students know and can do it for you!
  5. Be sure to record your metronome speed (would be best if you recorded it with the speed) in the YouTube description when you send the link. Also, include this url in the description so that everyone can know where to find all the challenges: https://composecreate.com/rm2challenge
  6. Send me a link to your video! I’ll watch it and then share it on the blog so that anyone can try to beat your time.

Here’s my YouTube channel so that you can see any videos my students upload.

Ready, set, go!

Unit 3 – Triplets

rhythm manipulations challengeHey, no one has put up a challenge video for triplets yet, so why don’t you?

How to Challenge:

  1. Any age of student may enter if they are students of a teacher who owns Rhythm Manipulations!
  2. Record a video of your student(s) performing any of the Rhythm Manipulations pages. The Maneuvers pages are the most fun, but we’re up to a challenge on any of them.
  3. Performing the full page is preferable, but not required! Just do one line (or whatever segment is already on this page) if that’s what’s best for your students.
  4. Upload your video to YouTube, tagging it with Rhythm Manipulations. If you don’t know how to do this, don’t worry because your students know and can do it for you!
  5. Be sure to record your metronome speed (would be best if you recorded it with the speed) in the YouTube description when you send the link. Also, include this url in the description so that everyone can know where to find all the challenges: https://composecreate.com/rm2challenge
  6. Send me a link to your video! I’ll watch it and then share it on the blog so that anyone can try to beat your time.

Here’s my YouTube channel so that you can see any videos my students upload.

Ready, set, go!

Unit 4 – Sixteenths

rhythm manipulations challengeHere are the challenges out there for sixteenths so far! Just pick one (or start a new challenge with a different page from the book). The directions on how to submit (and the guidelines) are at the bottom.

You can learn more or buy these reproducible books here (international versions available):

The current leader’s video is on the top of each heading!

Challenge Page 45

Last 2 lines
Metronome speed = 104

Challenge Page 44

Entire page of 2 handed drill
Metronome speed = 98

 

Challenge Page 42  – Leader’s video on top!

Entire Page
Metronome speed = 136

Line 2
Metronome speed = 132

Entire page
Tempo: 126

 

How to Challenge:

  1. Any age of student may enter if they are students of a teacher who owns Rhythm Manipulations!
  2. Record a video of your student(s) performing any of the Rhythm Manipulations pages. The Maneuvers pages are the most fun, but we’re up to a challenge on any of them.
  3. Performing the full page is preferable, but not required! Just do one line (or whatever segment is already on this page) if that’s what’s best for your students.
  4. Upload your video to YouTube, tagging it with Rhythm Manipulations. If you don’t know how to do this, don’t worry because your students know and can do it for you!
  5. Be sure to record your metronome speed (would be best if you recorded it with the speed) in the YouTube description when you send the link. Also, include this url in the description so that everyone can know where to find all the challenges: https://composecreate.com/rm2challenge
  6. Send me a link to your video! I’ll watch it and then share it on the blog so that anyone can try to beat your time.

Here’s my YouTube channel so that you can see any videos my students upload.

Ready, set, go!

Unit 5 – Sixteenths Expanded

rhythm manipulations challengeHere are the challenges out there for sixteenths so far! Just pick one (or start a new challenge with a different page from the book). The directions on how to submit (and the guidelines) are at the bottom.

You can learn more or buy these reproducible books here (international versions available):

The current leader’s video is on the top of each heading!

Challenge Page 57 – Leader’s video on top!

Entire page
Tempo: 108

Line 1
Metronome speed = 84

Entire page
Tempo: 80

 

Challenge Page 59 – Leader’s video on top!

Entire page
Metronome speed = 104

Lines 1-2
Metronome speed = 100

Entire page
Tempo: 96

 

How to Challenge:

  1. Any age of student may enter if they are students of a teacher who owns Rhythm Manipulations!
  2. Record a video of your student(s) performing any of the Rhythm Manipulations pages. The Maneuvers pages are the most fun, but we’re up to a challenge on any of them.
  3. Performing the full page is preferable, but not required! Just do one line (or whatever segment is already on this page) if that’s what’s best for your students.
  4. Upload your video to YouTube, tagging it with Rhythm Manipulations. If you don’t know how to do this, don’t worry because your students know and can do it for you!
  5. Be sure to record your metronome speed (would be best if you recorded it with the speed) in the YouTube description when you send the link. Also, include this url in the description so that everyone can know where to find all the challenges: https://composecreate.com/rm2challenge
  6. Send me a link to your video! I’ll watch it and then share it on the blog so that anyone can try to beat your time.

Here’s my YouTube channel so that you can see any videos my students upload.

Ready, set, go!

Unit 6 – Dotted Eighths

rhythm manipulations challenge

Here are the challenges out there for polyrhythms so far! Just pick one (or start a new challenge with a different page from the book). The directions on how to submit (and the guidelines) are at the bottom.

You can learn more or buy these reproducible books here (international versions available):

The current leader’s video is on the top of each heading!

Challenge Page 62

Metronome speed = 96
Lines 1-3

Challenge Page 63

Metronome speed = 108

 

How to Challenge:

  1. Any age of student may enter if they are students of a teacher who owns Rhythm Manipulations!
  2. Record a video of your student(s) performing any of the Rhythm Manipulations pages. The Maneuvers pages are the most fun, but we’re up to a challenge on any of them.
  3. Performing the full page is preferable, but not required! Just do one line (or whatever segment is already on this page) if that’s what’s best for your students.
  4. Upload your video to YouTube, tagging it with Rhythm Manipulations. If you don’t know how to do this, don’t worry because your students know and can do it for you!
  5. Be sure to record your metronome speed (would be best if you recorded it with the speed) in the YouTube description when you send the link. Also, include this url in the description so that everyone can know where to find all the challenges: https://composecreate.com/rm2challenge
  6. Send me a link to your video! I’ll watch it and then share it on the blog so that anyone can try to beat your time.

Here’s my YouTube channel so that you can see any videos my students upload.

Ready, set, go!

Unit 7 – Polyrhythms

rhythm manipulations challengeHere are the challenges out there for polyrhythms so far! Just pick one (or start a new challenge with a different page from the book). The directions on how to submit (and the guidelines) are at the bottom.

You can learn more or buy these reproducible books here (international versions available):

The current leader’s video is on the top of each heading!

Challenge Page 75

Metronome speed = 92

Challenge Page 76

Metronome speed = 80

 

How to Challenge:

  1. Any age of student may enter if they are students of a teacher who owns Rhythm Manipulations!
  2. Record a video of your student(s) performing any of the Rhythm Manipulations pages. The Maneuvers pages are the most fun, but we’re up to a challenge on any of them.
  3. Performing the full page is preferable, but not required! Just do one line (or whatever segment is already on this page) if that’s what’s best for your students.
  4. Upload your video to YouTube, tagging it with Rhythm Manipulations. If you don’t know how to do this, don’t worry because your students know and can do it for you!
  5. Be sure to record your metronome speed (would be best if you recorded it with the speed) in the YouTube description when you send the link. Also, include this url in the description so that everyone can know where to find all the challenges: https://composecreate.com/rm2challenge
  6. Send me a link to your video! I’ll watch it and then share it on the blog so that anyone can try to beat your time.

Here’s my YouTube channel so that you can see any videos my students upload.

Ready, set, go!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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