General Info

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Please review these beginning note exercises:
 

This is an intermediate level note exercise:


This is advanced:
Challenge yourself - select your instrument below and answer 50 note name questions. You should know all of the notes that are on this quiz:
Find your instrument and complete the note task.  WATCH OUT FOR YOUR KEY SIGNATURES
 

 
 

 

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Note Name Exercises

Try this:

Click the links below to practice naming notes with exercises from musictheory.net. Show Mr. Nolte your score when you’re done. You can do this by printing out a progress report and bringing it to class, you should complete 50 correct answers.  Need a little more help? Click here for a tutorial on the basics including the staff, clefs, and ledger lines.

Level 1: Lines and spaces. Only notes written within the staff are included. No sharps or flats (accidentals) are used.
Treble Clef
Bass Clef

Level 2: Lines, spaces, and ledger lines (contains notes written up to two ledger lines above and below the staff, and no accidentals.)
Treble Clef
Bass Clef

Level 3: Extended Range (contains notes written up to two ledger lines above and below the staff, and accidentals)
Treble Clef
Bass Clef

ANYONE WHO IS INTERESTED IN LEARNING AND PERFORMING THEIR RHYTHMS MORE ACCURATELY MUST CHECK OUT THIS LINK: WEBRHYTHMS