Welcome to MusicAllTheTime.com, providing musicians and students with lots of free sheet music, fun metronomes, and helpful educational tools. The site is dedicated to helping people have fun making music, so please explore the links to find many useful resources that will help you play music all the time!
Online materials for Time Lines Book 1 are all available online. Times Lines is part of my Time Focus Music Method. The videos and audio examples for the rhythm exercises, rhythm patterns, and melodies for all concert band instruments can now be viewed and practiced with for free. The book and online materials are a method for improving rhythm and reading skills with hundreds of exercises, patterns, melodies, and Time Games, which are duet and ensemble pieces.
Time Expressions is a method book that focuses on musical expression, with exercises, melodies, and duets that serve as practice material for dynamic markings of piano, forte, mezzo piano, mezzo forte, pianissimo, fortissimo, crescendo, and decrescendo, as well as articulation markings of slurs, staccatos, and accents. You can also sign up for my newsletter and receive free samples of the new books.
The Time Focus Music Method by Kyle Coughlin is a fun approach to learning that helps students make good use their practice time and focus on individual elements of music. The site is filled with numerous helpful educational tools, as well as links to purchase the books. The books for Time Expressions (dynamics and articulations) and Time Lines (rhythm and reading) are now available.
The sheet music section includes an extensive collection of songs arranged specifically for each instrument. There are songs that are suitable for beginner students as well as more advanced players. This part of the site also includes Kyle Coughlin’s publications for SkyLeap Music. You can also jump straight to music for piano, recorder, band, or strings.
MusicAllTheTime.com is the new home for MetronomeBot, the talking metronome. This section has clicking metronomes, as well as ones that speak the beat and subdivide the beat to help you practice music more effectively and efficiently. There are three talking metronomes that count the beats in groups of two, three, or four, making them a great tool for students playing in many different time signatures.
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