Here is a free PDF of instructions on setting up the online note identification app at www.MusicTheory.Net. This is a great tool for anyone who wants to improve their note-reading skills.
Reading music requires two basic skills. First, you have to identify the note name based on it’s position on the staff. Second, you have to read the rhythms associated with the notes. To get better at reading, it’s a good idea to address these two tasks separately.
The note ID exercises help you develop the first of those two skills with this easy question-and-answer game. Click the link below for a downloadable PDF with visual instructions on how to set up this incredibly easy and useful learning app for someone who has never read music before.
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