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27 basic music notations in a wordsearch puzzle. Great way to give some extra credit.
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In this simple exercise, students must use one key signature to determine both the major key and its relative minor key. The tables provide a highly visual way to understand the relationship between the major and minor scales. Also, the first table is completely filled in, and each corresponding tab
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This is a selection of basic rhythms starting very simple and increasing in difficulty. Includes combinations of eighth notes, quarter notes, half notes, quarter rests and half rests. Possible uses: Rhythm Syllable Chanting (ta ta ti ti ta) Rhythm Count Writing (1 2 3 + 4) Ensemble Warmup Etceter
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This sheet contains major scale fingerings for piano of all major keys. I hope you enjoy this free resource! Please checkout the store for more worksheets!
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Summer/ Prep Assignment for AP Music Theory This prep assignment for AP Music Theory is exactly what you need to make sure that everyone is on the same page before the first class. Students are given an assignment that helps them determine where their weaknesses lie. Bonus: the chart on the las
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This simple worksheet offers music students a chance to exercise using chord inversions. The visual presentation makes it easy to understand. Given a piano chord diagram, students are asked the simplest way to change to another chord (what inversion should be used?). Also, students must identify var
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When teaching diatonic triads to my music theory students, one of their first tasks is to write the diatonic triads in all keys. This sheet contains the answers for all 15 major scales. Roman numerals are written in the contemporary style taught at Berklee College of Music. All Roman numerals are
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This latest GarageBand activity is a project-style approach to learning some basics of GarageBand for iOs (iPad and iPhone) or the Mac version (laptop, iMac, MacBook). Students work with text to create a 20 second commercial info section track and two 5 second tracks - intro and exit music. They c
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23 music phrases in a crossword. This might be a tiny more advanced for very beginners. Great for homework or extra credit.
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A sequential task designed for students to create a simple 12 tone piece based on the creation of a 12 tone row. This requires construction of a matrix to create inversions, retrogrades and retrograde inversion rows of their prime row. A follow-up to my 'Constructing a 12 tone row and matrix' handou
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This is a word document of guidelines to have your students create their own poem. I have also included a general rubric.
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Activity is a worksheet that instructs students to listen to 1 example of a Baroque aria and 1 example of a Classical aria. Students are to listen to both examples and compare the emotional involvement of the two different aria's. This may be used early in a high school musical theatre (theater) c
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A complete listing and analysis of the 110 most performed percussion ensemble music. A brief history, and a great set of apendecies for the percussion teacher. Enjoy!
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This is a selection of advanced rhythms starting very simple and increasing in difficulty. (Please also see my: "Rhythm Examples: Basic") Includes combinations of 16th notes, eighth notes, triplet eighth notes, quarter notes, half notes, quarter rests and half rests. Possible uses: Rhythm Syllab
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An alternative to a regular practice log. Before each band lesson, students write down what they practiced the previous week. In 5 sentences, tell what you worked on and how it went. Tell if things went well, or if you need help with something. You can even ask specific questions about a fingering o
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Students notate the seventh chords found in a major key after filling in a matrix to see how the chords are constructed.
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There is a 'how to' guide to using my resources. This is a full unit of work based on learning the medieval music and arranging ‘Pastime With Good Company’ to a genre of their choice These resources are used online by the students PLUS the physical resources for the classroom including all the score
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This worksheet focuses on diatonic triads in a major key. The questions vary from answering with Roman numerals, key and writing notes on the staff.
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Manuscript Paper for Music Writing For Music Theory Exercises Bar Line Paper
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This self-evaluation form can be used for students to evaluate the effectiveness of their compositions or arrangements, taking into account different components of musical composition, as well as strengths of their project and areas for improvement. All can be used for student-driven self-evaluation
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Easily transpose between the key you are in and the key you want to be in with this triple-circle spinner. Cut out the 3 circles, insert a round head fastener to the centre of each and turn the key circles to align their Number 1 keys. All other keys will be be displayed for you and marked by their
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Students will be able to construct Major and minor chords in root position
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Scaffolded practice of voice leading / figured bass in preparation for AP Music Theory Exam free response questions 5 & 6! Each homework assignment is 20-45 minutes of practice in a variety of major and minor keys with a variety of figured bass and roman numeral prompts or melodies to harmonize.
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