4 Music Textbooks and Note Reading Worksheet

4 Music Textbooks and Note Reading Worksheet

Here are four well written and easy-to-understand Music texts for beginning music theory students, for all grade levels 5 through high school and beyond, along with a good, fundamental Treble Clef Note Reading Worksheet that will help those just learning their musical notes in the treble clef.

The Basic Elements of Music:

1. Time Elements

  1. Rhythm
  2. Simple Rhythm Activities
  3. Meter in Music
  4. Musical Meter Activities
  5. Tempo
  6. Tempo Activity
  7. Dynamics and Accents in Music
  8. Musical Dynamics Activity
  9. Musical Accent Activity

2. Pitch Elements

  1. Timbre
  2. Melody
  3. Harmony

3. Combining Time and Pitch

  1. The Textures of Music
  2. Musical Textures Activity
  3. Introduction to Counterpoint
  4. Counterpoint Activities: Listening and Discussion
  5. Counterpoint Activities: Singing Rounds
  6. Music Form Activities
  7. Form in Music

Pitch Notation:

  1. The Staff
  2. The Notes on the Staff
  3. Pitch: Sharp, Flat, and Natural Notes
  4. Half Steps and Whole Steps
  5. Interval
  6. Octaves and the Major-Minor Tonal System
  7. Harmonic Series

Reading Music Common Notation:

1. Pitch

  1. The Staff
  2. Clef
  3. Pitch: Sharp, Flat, and Natural Notes
  4. Key Signature
  5. Enharmonic Spelling

2. Time

  1. Note Lengths in Written Music
  2. Duration: Rest Length
  3. Time Signature
  4. Pickup Notes and Measures
  5. Dots, Ties, and Borrowed Divisions
  6. Tempo
  7. Repeats and Other Musical Road Map Signs

3. Style

  1. Dynamics and Accents in Music
  2. Articulation

Reading Rhythm a Learning By Doing Course:

  1. Learning by Doing: An Introduction
  2. Reading Rhythm Introduction
  3. A Steady Beat
  4. Meter
  5. Half Notes and Half Rests
  6. Dividing the beat in half
  7. Whole Notes and Tied Notes
  8. Using Different Notes for the Beat
  9. Dividing Beats into Thirds
  10. Dotted Notes

4 Music Textbooks and Note Reading Worksheet

-love learning -your best ed lessons guru, Scott

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