How many minutes to practice: 15-30

What to practice: This week Lucas I want you to focus on working through the rest of Seven Nation Army with the music. UPDATED TRANSCRIPTION of Seven Nation Army and a link to the song.

How to practice effectively HERE IS A VIDEO OF ME PLAYING THE PART. Good work sticking through the technical difficulties today Lucas! What I want you to try this week is to print out the new transcription and pick a different color for the verses, the pre-choruses, and the choruses. Then go through the music and circle each section in that color and how many times you repeat it. Then on a seperate sheet, make a list of the name of each section and how many times you repeat it in the color you’ve chosen for each section. This list will be your form chart which helps you learn the layout of the song so you can play it better. Just give it a shot this week and if you’re having trouble we can work on it together some next week!

Have a great weekend, good work!



How many minutes to practice: 30

What to practice: This week Jonah I want you to keep working on the Peters IV accent exercise.

How to practice effectively: Good work on this this week Jonah. I can tell that you get it just keep practicing! Go through it slowly with counting and you’ll get there! Also heres the link to the song your mom said she liked if you want to drum along to it!

Keep pushing on the accent sheet, you’re doing really well with it!



How many minutes to practice: 15-30

What to practice: This week Samson I want you to work on Todd Rundgren’s It Wouldn’t Have Made Any Difference. Keep an eye here on the assignment page for the transcription, I’ll be posting in a couple days.

How to practice effectively: Really good work with accent-tap and Dark Red! Listen to the song this week and try to work out the beats as best as you can and we’ll dig into it more next week.

Awesome job with Dark Red this week, keep it fresh so you can play it with your sister whenever!