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Study Sheet Music. Use your music-reading skills as you learn them. The best way to do this is to read sheet music. If you can play any instrument, use that skill along with your newly-acquired note-reading skills. Purchase sheet music in a music store or find many free sheets online (see Resources).What are the basics of music?
A basic definition of music (in the Western World) is the chronological organisation of sounds; that is, making certain sounds at certain times, which make melodic, rhythmic and harmonic sense. The first, most basic concept, is keeping the sounds "in time".What are chords used for?
The chords are the building blocks for your songs, they give you the harmony. The strumming delivers the rhythm and together they are the accompaniment for your or someone else’s singing voice which in turn provides the melody.