2. Alto Clef Exercises, plenty of extra practice to draw and work out the lines and spaces of the alto clef, remember this is also called the C clef
2. Tenor Clef, is also known as the C clef, it looks like the Alto Clef, but is placed on a
different line, so take care when writing.
2. Tenor Clef Exercises, because this sign is the same shape like the Alto Clef you will need
to take care it is written on the correct line. Check it out here...
3. Double Sharps and Double Flats Exercises these signs raise or lower the sound of pitch a full tone, come and take a look how it all works with double sharps and double flats
3. Major and Minor Scales Six Sharps and Flats, More new key signatures to learn, also
in this lesson we will take a look at seven sharps and flats.
3. Time value of Music Notes. Each kind of music note as a time value, the different shapes
tell the musician how long to hold the sound of the note.
4. Breves and Double Dots Exercises, a Breve (double whole note) found in music written in 4 over 2 time. Come and find out why we use double dots
4. Transposition Exercises try out some of these transpoing exercises, test how you do on
major 2nd, minor 3rd, and perfect 5th. Answers available
4.Transposition, moving a series of notes, each the same distance is called transposing.
In this lesson we learn how to transpose up or down major 2nd or minor 3rd etc...
5. Duplets Exercises, Duplets are found in compound time, they are used when only two notes are requied inplace of three notes, for further help take a look at this course work