Rhythm Practice Patterns

# Sixteenth-Dotted Eighth Notes and Other Combinations of Sixteenth Notes: Lesson 9 Practice Patterns 921-930

Part 5 of this lesson features patterns of sixteenth notes followed by dotted eighth notes. This pattern forms a type of syncopation and can be more challenging than the dotted eighth to sixteenth note pattern in Part 4. Practice the rhythm patterns slowly and use the quadruple subdivision metronome to ensure that you are playing them accurately.

Part 6 features combinations of all the different groupings of sixteenths, eighths, and dotted eighth notes that have been introduced in Lesson 9. See the sixteenth note grouping introduction for explanations of how to count and perform each of these rhythm patterns, and visit the practice suggestion page for more ideas on how practice and perform the sixteenth note groups accurately.

More Practice Patterns: Sixteenth notes and eighth notes, patterns 901-910.
Syncopated sixteenth notes and dotted eighth notes, patterns 911-920.

Lesson 9 Introduction - learn about sixteenth note groupings

Lesson 9 Practice Suggestions - learn how to practice these patterns well

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## Part 5: Groupings of Sixteenth Notes Followed by Dotted Eighth Notes

Pattern 921: With MetronomeBot counting the quadruple subdivided beat, quarter note = 60, on Concert G.
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Pattern 922: With MetronomeBot counting the quadruple subdivided beat, quarter note = 60, on Concert D.
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Pattern 923: Quarter note = 60, on Concert A.
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Pattern 924: Quarter note = 72, on Concert B flat.
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Pattern 925: Quarter note = 72, on Concert D.
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## Part 6: Combinations of Different Groupings of Sixteenth Notes

Pattern 926: With MetronomeBot counting the quadruple subdivided beat, quarter note = 60, on Concert G. This pattern includes all of the groupings of sixteenth notes in Parts 1 through 5 of Lesson 9.
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Pattern 927: Quarter note = 72, on Concert B flat.
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Pattern 928: Quarter note = 72, on Concert G.
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Pattern 929: Quarter note = 72, on Concert A.
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Pattern 930: Quarter note = 72, on Concert C.
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### More Practice Patterns: Sixteenth notes and eighth notes, patterns 901-910.Syncopated sixteenth notes and dotted eighth notes, patterns 911-920.

Lesson 9 Introduction - learn about sixteenth note groupings

Lesson 9 Practice Suggestions - learn how to practice these patterns well

Play along with MetronomeBot

Buy the book, The Fundamentals of Rhythm.

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# Fundamentals of Rhythm book

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