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Basic music theory

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Key Signatures | Bell & Co Music

A Key Signature consists of Sharps and Flats placed at the beginning of every music Stave to fix the correct pitch of the piece - all key signatures

Worksheets: How to Read Music. I guess I need to learn how to read music in order to learn how to play the piano (and the guitar.)

Worksheets: How to Read Music. I guess I need to learn how to read music in order to learn how to play the piano (and the guitar.)

Get this hilarious 11" x 17" dynamics poster for your classroom. The poster is professionally printed on high-quality matte-finish paper.

Get this hilarious 11" x 17" dynamics poster for your classroom. The poster is professionally printed on high-quality glossy-finish paper.

FREE printable year-long practicing chart

Does your child hate practicing their musical instrument? Well, you're not alone. Check out this year-long practicing chart that will rock your world.

ABRSM Grade 1 Music Theory Terms flashcards | Quizlet

This is the Grade 1 music theory terms required for the ABRSM Music Theory Exam. These terms are also required for all higher exam levels. At the exam, the…

Lol sometimes when we get a new piece of music I'm like "What is THAT?"...... So this will come in handy :)

Lol sometimes when we get a new piece of music I'm like "What is THAT?"...... So this will come in handy :)

Tried-and-True Rhythm Games for Children's Choir (Part II) | Ashley Danyew

Earlier this week, I shared some of my favorite tried-and-true rhythm games and activities for children's choir. Most were focused on keeping the steady beat, moving, listening, improvising, and developing aural skills. Read the full post here . Today, I'm adding to the list with fun and engaging

4 Ways to Identify Major and Minor Keys ...

In music, relative keys are the major and minor keys that share the same key signature. For example, G Major and E Minor are relative keys because they both share a key signature of one sharp. Every key signature has a corresponding major and minor key. Check out the chart below to look at the entire list!