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This music worksheet has some short pieces of music in different time signatures, but with the bar lines missing. Students should simply draw the bar lines in the correct place for the given time signature. This worksheet starts off easy … Continue reading
In this worksheet there are ten bass clef chords, which can be major or minor. Students need to identify the root note and then the type of chord. So you can use this as a more advanced follow on to … Continue reading
For students that have just been introduced to inversions, this worksheet could be a useful recap. It features C Major inversions in different octaves on both clefs, and makes helps revise spotting the chord structure of root, first inversion and … Continue reading
This worksheet is easy enough in front of a keyboard, but on paper is a little tricky – the root note of the chord is easy enough to identify but students need to know their scales to place the middle … Continue reading
This music worksheet is the same as the first rest lengths worksheet, but using American rather than British naming, e.g. Quarter Note rather than Crotchet.
This worksheet covers rest lengths, which can be a bit tricky to sight read as the symbols can be quite similar. This might be a good exercise to combine with the note lengths worksheet.
This music worksheet covers major key signatures on the bass clef. This might be especially useful for beginner students playing bass clef instruments, for example the Trombone, who are starting with the bass rather than treble clef.
This worksheet cover minor key signatures, it might be a good one to combine with our other key signature worksheets.
This worksheet is as requested by Alice – it’s the same as the previous note lengths worksheet but using American rather than British names for the note lengths. There are some worksheets on the way with rest length notation, and … Continue reading
In this worksheet students need to match up the note length with its name, and draw a line between each pair that match.