The Course


The Course  

Whether you think of bands, a classic orchestra, solo singers / dancers, ballroom dancing, jazzdance, line dance etc. all music forms at home and abroad have a rhythm.

The course is intended to develop and strengthen the rhythm feeling and to improve the coordination between the limbs (arms and legs) and the two brain halves that a person has.

The course can be used by people individually or in groups, such as family, friends, the dance group, etc. Think  of music education in primary and secondary school or eg harmony, ensembles etc.

You can  turn the course into a game to see who makes the least mistakes at the highest tempo.

To be able to follow the course, you must register for a 1-year membership.

The course is divided into two parts,  The “quarter notes and rest” and the “eighth notes and rest”. Furthermore, the course parts are subdivided into 3 levels .

If you have a membership for the quarters part, you can do rhythmic exercises with quarter notes and rest for a year. The same applies to a membership for the course of the eighth notes and rests. How this works is further explained in the course.

You can  register immediately for both courses. In that case you have a membership for the duration of 2 years.

The course costs € 29.95 per course part. When purchasing both parts at the same time, the course costs € 49.95.

Everyone can start at their own level because the course is divided into 3 levels.

The lessons can be followed individually or in groups. On your mobile you can follow the course wherever you have a mobile internet connection or Wi-Fi. .You can  practice while traveling by bus or train or while you are at the beach etc.

Because people get the hang of their rhythm, they can save a lot of time by explaining, for example, a teacher who, in addition to the subject he / she teaches, must also explain the rhythm. (This of course also provides financial benefits for students, so the course yields itself in a short time.) The teacher can further concentrate on giving music or dance lessons and  in lessons that are followed in groups this  can also  save a lot of time.

The course is  useful for promoting mutual communication concerning the rhythm between musicians and dancers.

You can  follow the course as a control tool to see how far you are in the development of your own rhythm feeling.

You can follow the course without first reading the theoretical part, but by reading it occasionally, things quickly might become much clearer.

The course is a real ‘must have’ for every music and dance enthusiast, beginner and advanced and for every music / dance / singing teacher.