10. Intervals Exercises, writing and naming intervals made easy, check it out in these
lessons and exercises
10. Key Major or Minor Exercises. When looking at a piece of music we need to know how to tell if the composer wrote the music in a major key or a minor key.
10. Performance Directions and Sign Exercises, new words and new musical signs to work with this exercise. Take a look at our free lesson and exercise section.
10. Performance Directions and Signs new words and performance signs for grade five,
take a look at our free lesson here
10. Phrase Structure. Music is set in phrases, similar to a poem where you have four lines
to a verse, one phrase would cover the words of one line. Take a look at this lesson for more details.
10. Phrase Structure Exercises. Music can be divided into phrases, come and take a look at the phrase structure exercises to learn more
10. Stems Up or Down exercises, When writing music notation it is important to leep the notes written neatly on the Staff. take a look at our Free on-line lesson
11. Accidentals Exercises cover the use of sharps flats and naturals written in the music notation, take a look at the easy lesson
11. Grouping Notes of small values in the new time signatures for grade 2. Come and learn more, free lessons at musictheory4u.com
11. Grouping Notes Exercises, when the composer uses many small value notes, the notes are made easy to follow if they are grouped into beat values.