Notes on the Neck
Fretboard Diagram With Note Names Here's a simple example diagram showing you the names of all notes up to the 12 fret. If you don't know these yet then yes, memorizing it all this can be quite boring but it is really really important.
Piano Major Scales Fingerings
Download and print in PDF or MIDI free sheet music for Major Scales by Lessons - Scales arranged by RrOoSsSsOo for Piano (Solo)
Learning Left Hand C D E Piano • Adult Piano Lesson Guide
This piano finger exercise focuses on learning left hand C D E piano with a pattern in the bass clef. To place your left hand in the correct position on the piano keyboard place your left hand 5th finger (pinky) on Bass C, which is the first C below Middle C. Piano Finger Exercises Piano …
Food Rhythms — The Full Voice
Explore quarter, eighth and sixteenth note rhythms using favorite foods. A helpful visual for beginner students. Level: Beginner Pages: 1 Uses: Rhythm reading, sight-reading
The 3 Types of Minor Scales in Music
In music theory, the primary scales that musicians learn are diatonic scales. Though you're probably more familiar with the terms "major" and "minor," a diatonic scale is a scale with seven pitches. These pitches include five whole
In the Hall of the Mountain King - Lesson 2
"Adding animal stickers to music is an idea to reinforce the speed of a song (ex. animals from these photos). Also, stickers of quiet or powerful animals (i.e. panda or lion) reinforce piano and forte dynamics." F. Flynn
Blank Scale Keyboards Worksheet – Colourful Keys
The more ways we experience a new concept, the more likely we are to remember it. In my piano lessons when we are learning a new scale (or perhaps reviewing old ones that have been completely forgotten!) we generally learn them first by rote, where the student and I play together, the student copying my playing....
Find the Mistakes Activity Sheet
Download this free music activity sheet to share with your music students! Follow My Music Staff on Pinterest for more free music activity sheets.
Tried-and-True Rhythm Games for Children's Choir (Part II)
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 rhythm games that focus on rhythmic reading, pattern recognition, composition, and developing musical independence.As directors and teachers, it's important for us to assess whether or not children are…
C Major Scale Activity Sheet
C major: perhaps every musician's favorite key? A great activity for music students of any instrument. Want something a little more challenging? We've got lots of other activity sheets here on Pinterest.
Inversions Activity Sheet
Inversions activity sheet is perfect for music students of any instrument. Ideal for more advanced students who are learning about inversions, or those who need a refresher!